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- K i J l AA The Mam of the Moot In these times of stress and need, when all hu manity is suffering, it well behooves every American citizen to place himself on record. Those who are not for us are against us, at home as well as abroad. In Arizona, perhaps more than any other state in the union there is one paramount issue at stake; shall we, or shall we not, supply our nation and our boys "over there" with the minerals which are such an essential part in the conduction .of the war? There are among us certain persons continu ally striving and conniving to precipitate labor disorder to curtail the production of our mines and obliterate by arson and other methods the efforts of our farmers. v Among the candidates for nomination for the Governorship of this state there is but one man who has declared himself against those who are against our country.; Fred Sutter , is . now, has beenand always will be, the arch enemy of this criminal . horde within our midst. He alone has shown his patriotism and undying love for his country and his state in his plea for the Democratic nomination for Governor. In this sea of deceit malicious scandal and rumor have appeared at tempting to defame the name of one oi the most honorable and upright gentlemen of our commonwealth, but above itall the charac ter of Fred Sutter stands as a beacon light for those who love honor, justice, and above all1 their country. This is an advertisement written and paid for by one of the most popular and best liked business men in the city of Phoenix.