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better cut loose from both the old
parties and nominate a real Pro
gressive county ticket from tpp,
to bottom and let the newspap
er bosses go "to thunder., .
No endorsement should be
made of any candidate on either
of the old parly cpunty tickets.
What Progressives in both old'
parties want is a new deal from
top to bottom and a county ad
ministration run in the interest of
the people and not controlled
either by political or newspaper
An honest and fearless hian
should bet nominated for State's r
attorney one who" would do his1
dilty and prosecute thugs "and1
murderers even if they do wear
deputy's badges; and who would
also get after the powerful and
influential men who hire them.
If Chicago can rlean up on the J
big crooks, it won't be difficult to-'
clean upon the little ones. J
WHEN GOOD FRIENDS FALL OUT
To Can Quinces.
Pare and cut in,t.o quarters,
dropping into cold water as you
do this, to preserve th color.
Weight the. fruit and allow
three-fourths as touch sugar.
Cook the quince? gently in boil
ing. Water Until soft.' Skim out
the fruit, add the sugar to this -z
water. Skim water well and boil
till .clear. Return the quinces toft
the syrup till heated through.
Drain and put into jars. Boil the
syrup ten minutes longer,. Strain, ,
it into jars,' pill to overflowing
and seal as UsUal. ' ,n