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mmyti4im " ' - , 0 L fc J . 32 M 1 f A A' '.. - m a I r M3 ".!' ', .JS&. -i.ji ,j . f-'-nir - vT 'y"pw f t if o ' fi,r -""-V THE HARTPOKD HERALD - . ' :i- - . 'l . . ' ' t ' 1 . . v have utilized this age to again call your attention to th.e t those as much EE MONTHS IN AR-WILL- BE CUT OFF wember regard- LJ.1 SIS A e riaw .. csm J9 im & 9Tv . 1105 less of who or how good they are. The Hartford Herald is subject to a fine (by the Govern ment) of 1c per week for every week we send the paper to a subscriber three months or more in arrears. You can figure yourself just how much you are in arrears, then you will see just how much we would be liable to the Govern ment for on your subscription. Those, in arrears who fail to pay up on or before November 1st, will be cut off and dues on back subscription collected later. This is FINAL! Uncle Sam Says So, and we must obey his orders! ft?. t -?'ii v. Ztaa AIM. WdnJr October 24 IMS 1 f f A .' ,f ' A 'H 8v v Hr - -f . '"9 Jf' f r' e '" . .. St 4' .V J i I - w- a . V, 4 . v .