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PAGE 10 THE TOILER SATURDAY, DEC. 18, 1920.
THE TOILER CARTOON BOOK FOR 1920
will be ready to mail in time to reach you New Year's Day
Listen, Folks we are going to issue our first Cartoon Book during Decem
ber. This Cartoon Book will consist of aoout 30 of the best original cartoons The Toil
er has published the past year. These are original and have appeared in no other public
ation. You know that the cartoons appearing in The Toiler during the past twelve months
have been among the best you ever saw. Many of them have been of the highest artistic
character, drawn by real artists, with skill, technic and character aplenty 'Candidly,
we are proud of them ; we defy any labor paper in the country to show as many cartoons
of equal worth published in the same length of time.
The year 1920 has been a memorable one. More events of national and interna
tional importance have been crowded into this one year than in a score of years in the
"old days". Just to quote a few to revive your memory. In January we had the Palmer
Raids against the Reds. Nothing of the kind ever happened in America before. This
event marked an historical epoch the death of all that which heretofore had been
characterized as the American ideal of "liberty". Palmer, the tool of frightened Capital
ism, smashed the old ideology to smithereens. We had some cartoons on those White Guard
attacks. Then there have been strikes, railroad strikes, mine strikes, intense class war
battles, all of which The Toiler artists have pictured for us in trenchent cartoons.
But we do not have to enumerate all the splendid things in this Toiler Cartoon
Book, but will only add that besides the cartoons there will be several other features
which add both attractiveness and value to the book.
You Will Want One - To Keep
We know that you will want one of
these Cartoon Books. We know you will
want to look over again and again these
splendid drawings and to read in them the
artist's lessons of this memorable year of
strife and turmoil, political and industrial
upheavel; this levelling of old traditions
and beliefs and the beginning of new ones
for the workers.
The Toiler Cartoon Book for 1920 will be
ready to mail to you before January 1st, in
time to reach you during the Holiday
Season. Let us suggest that you add the
pleasure of having one of them in your
home at that time.
We advise you to order it now for we
are not publishing an unlimited quantity.
Be sure to get your copy. Order now.
My Order For The
Encolsed find $- for which mail
copies of The Toiler Cartoon
Book for 1920.
Order several to sell to your friends
they sell on sight,