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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, August 26, 1918, Final, Image 13

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"No Man Is Good Enough To Govern Another Man,
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Lincoln was the friend of the WORKER,
Honest Abe possessed a sympathy broad as the
EARTH, and an INTERNATIONAL MIND.
"I'm always for the man who wishes to WORK."
"The strongest bond of human sympathy, outside
the family relation, should be one uniting ALL work
ing people of all nations, tongues, and kindreds."
"NO man is good enough to govern another man, without
that other's CONSENT!1
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These utterances show where Abraham Lincoln stood and
Ihey show where AMERICA stands today.
America is the friend of the WORKER, the same as LINCOLN
was the friend of the worker if America isn't worth WORKING
for, and FIGHTING for, then NO country IS !
America, and ALL THE WORLD is MOVING UP to the
standard of LINCOLN, and AWAY from Hohenzollern.
Feudalism is making a last desperate fight to CHAIN MAN::
KIND!
Moth-eaten "DIVINE RIGHT" is attempting to STOP the on
ward SWEEP of Lincoln 's DEMOCRACY. .
Either the POTSDAM GANG MUST GO or ALL1 THAT
LINCOLN STOOD FOR MUST GO the earth is too small to
hold BOTH: Which shall it be? The HUN and SLAVERY, or
LINCOLN and LIBERTY.
The enemy isn't letting any grass grow under his feet. He's at it early and
LATE he neither slumbers nor sleeps he raises hell by DAY, and attacks, in
force-by NIGHT. The only way to WEAR HIM DOWN, and put him back where
he BELONGS, is to STAND UP TO HIM ALL THE TIME ! j
This campaign is supported in the interest of the "Win-the-War" movement by the following manufacturing
interests, financial institutions, firms and individuals :
Penna. Company for Insurances
Lives and Granting Annuities.
Eugene E. Nice
Weimar Brothers
Philadelphia Belting Co.
Henry Disston Sons, Inc.
Downingtown Iron Works
Downingtown MfgACo.
John T. Dyer Quarry Co.
Eagan-Rogers Iron & Steel Co.
General Electric Co.
Kutztown Fdry. & fifach. Co.
, Wm. B. Threapleton's, Sons
The Earle Gear & Maclv. Co.
White & B-o., Inc.
Atlas Ball Bearing, Co.
Palmer & Liebe
Andrews Mill Co.
Felton Sibley & Co., Inc.
Howe Addressing and Printing
on The Fairbanks Company
Schaum & Uhlinger, Inc.
Philadelphia Storage Battery Co.
. The Hess Bright Mfg. Co. .
Beidler & Bookmyer
Curtin & Brockie
John Williams Mfg. Co.
Pearson & Ludascher
John J. Felin
Edgewater Dyeing & Finishing Co.
Eddystone Rifle Plant
Eddystone Mfg. Co.
S. B. & B. W. Fleisher, Inc.
John & Jas. Dobson, Inc.
Delany & Co.
Cresson-Morris' o.
E. Sutro & Son Co., Inc.
Taubel Bros.
J. W. Paxson Co.
Geo. Oldham & Son Co.
Co. Samuel K. Felton, Jr.
Wm. Etsweiler & Co.
The Pusey & Jones Co.
Janney, Steinmetz & Co.
Alex. Kerr Bro. & Co.
Henry Bower Chem. Mfg. Co.
Century Knitting Co.
The Franklin Baker Co.
E. L. Mansure Company
Wm. Mann Co.
Wm. McNiece & Son
W. J. McCahan Sugar Ref. Co.
Jas. Lees & Sons Co.
Lanston Monotype Machine Co.
Kimble Glass Co.
William Clark & Sons, Inc.
West Electric Hair Curler Co.
Sanitary Co. of America
The Unit Construction Co.
Cortright Coal Co.
Link-Belt Co.
Dunlap Printing Co.
Ellwood Iyins Tube Works
Shane Bros. & Wilson Co.
Megargee Hare Paper Co.
C. J. Matthews Co.
Notaseme Hosiery Co.
Moore & White Co.
Insurance Co. of North America
Thos. H. Wilson, Inc.
William M. Lloyd Co.
Jos. R. Foster & Sons
Horace T. Potts & Co.
Camden Forge Co.
Schollcr Bros., Inc.
Parkesburg Iron Co.
Bank of North America
The Fisher Leather Belting Co.
J. E. Caldwell & Co.
E. J. Lavino & Co.
Ketterlinus Litho. Mfg. Co.
Millville Mfg. Co.
N. Z. Graves, Inc.
Hale & Kilburn Corp.
The Chas. E. Hires Co.
Wm. H. Horstmann Co.
Frank P. Miller
Phila. Export Co.
Union Petroleum Co.-
Trenton, Bristol & Phila. Rwy. Co.
American Magnesia & Covering Co.
Clyde S. Adams
Taylor-Wharton Iron & Steel Co. .
Stead & Miller .
Sharpies Separator Co.
Badenhausen Co.
The Sanitary Products Corporation
Edgar T. Ward's Sons Co,
Trayior Shipbuilding Corp. v
Wallace Wilson Hosiery Co.
Chas. H. White & Sons Co., Inc.
The John C. Winston Co.
Thos. Wolstenholme Sons & Co.
Alan Wood Iron & Steel Co.
Standard Steel Works Co.
The Congoleum Co.
Mathis Shipbuilding Co.
Edw.' G. Budd Mfg. Co. ! "
Janney & Burrough, Inc.
Allison & Co. ' ,
H. B. McCollum, Water Front
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