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troubles will 'b'egin. You could
not escape them, however, should
you remain single. Your com
panion will be a true help meet
and you will never have cause tc
regret your marriage.
Your life resembles a broad
stretch of prairie; no elevations of
happiness, no vales of sorrow o:
despair. You will have a com
petency. Your companion in life
will ever be true. Your two chil
dren will be a comfort and pleas
You will know much of th
ocean and your wealth will come
from the sea. You will visit
many foreign coasts, but will
settle eventually in an inland
town in Oregon. One of your
children will be an honor to hie
The-busy thoroughfares of a
city will see much of you and
your work. You will never mar
ry, but your life will be happier
and more useful than most .
Early in life your business will
take you from door to door. Later
your business will come to you.
You have already met your- com
panion in life and will be wedded
one year from today. Your life
will be a happy one if you do your
share to make it so.
A part of your life will be spent
on an island where privations
will be forgotten in the face of
your future husband. Your latter
years wjll be one long happiness
Be true to yourself. Success in
life depends on your own efforts.
Make and keep many friends. Be
low to marry. Be eger to worlc.
Music is your forte. Your
whole life will be devoted to it.
You will travel from door to door
with a' hand-organ and monkey.
You will keep a peanu,t stand
while your husband runs a cob
bler's shop. You will both be
thrifty and happy. Your children
will rise above your station and
do honor to your name.
You will receive a large legacy;
within the year, will marry hap
pily, and outlive most of your
For the next ten years yours
will be a checkered life made of
sunshine and shadow, success and
f-ailure. He will come along with
in that time, however, and the
sunshine and success will over
shadow the shadow and failure.
A BUNCH OF JABS
"Is Maclay Hoyne a better
man for state's attorney than
Lewis Rinaker?" inquires the
You can search us, Andy.
We're trying to choose between
George Haight and Cunnea.
"A vote for Funk is a vote for
Dunne," says the Wrecker-Herald,
which supplies at least one
good reason for voting for Funk.
A girl was fired by the Bauer &
Black drug supply firm for read
ing The Day Book. And yet we
call this a free country.
What Chicago needs most of
all is a state's attorney who will
put the Indian sign on news
paper gunmen. Maclay Hoyne
won't. Neither wilj Rinaker.
Jim Patten says Andy Law