Atarh 2?,. 1918
THE TIMES NEWSPAPERS
BY THE LAKE COUNTY PRINTING &. PUBLISHING
The Lake County Times Oa'ly except Saturday and
Sunday. Entered at the postofrtce in ll&ramoml. June
The Times East Chicago-Indiana Harbor dally xepi
Puriay. Entered at the postafnce in L'st Cnicago. Nov
ember 18. 1913. , ,
The Lak.' County Time Saturday and Weekly Ed.tion.
Entered at the postofftoe In Hammond. February .
The Gary Evening Times Daily except Sunday, t-n-ered
at the poatoffle in Gary. April IS. 1312. .
All under the act of March 3. 1ST?, as second-cias
rrit'er. . .
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(Call for whatever department wanted.)
Gary Orflo Telephone 13.
N"msii & Thompson. East Chicago Telephone v ii
F. L. Evans. East Chicago T'p,"Et,,V V,
East Chicago. The Time Z fVu 1
Ir.di.-vrfa Harbor (Newj Dealer) Te ephone 02
Iod:na Harbor t Reporter and Class. Adv.). reieph,i.o -
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'Jr.iivn'Pnlnt .. " Telephon- 4i
Larger faid-Up Circulation Than Any Two Other Paper
in the Calumet Region.
T' vo'i Iisvp anv- trouble eettinsr The Time
: n. imm.i'i.iv'in t h f : r r u 1 a t i , -n department.
T . -l",. n.,l V... r - sn,.r,'.h'ii for the
tori articles .i- letters and win iwi m'n"- .
ry unsolicited articles or lette
tni" communications. Short
ir.'.e.e.-t printed at discretion.
tifineS letters of general
illative eyes. The tiucstiou cm be stated in thirty word.'.
We nerd more food staples tlian e mined last year
and we arc not going to raise nearly as much as we
raised last year because the farmer can't pvt labor.
Does thi sound like panic, like fright, like a bogy
man? Ask the farmer. There are meetings all over
the country where men are agonizing over this question.
They are begging for help. Their planting time is upon
them. They haven't the men to plant for them, besUb ..
why should they be such roods as to plant what they
cant harvest? Would you start something you couldn't
finish and lose money?
If ou want more evidence, road the papers. A
great New York daily carried four columns on a front
page article Sunday. March "rd. And if you're not sat
isfied read the report of the Secretary of Agriculture
of the United States, who adrnt: this condition and states
that the Department, of Agriculture is doing what is can
to cope with it. and that he hopes hopes, mind you
that the labor shortage will be met.
Is this a question to be met with hope? Is this a
problem to be solved with some city gardens, and a few
volunteer high school boys and gills to work on a few
farms? When war was declared with Germany we called
on every man between the aces of '1 and "1 to be tead.v
to fight to defend the national honor
JU11X MILLER. EX-CARDIXAL CAPTAIN.
XOir EXPERT RIFLEMAN IN MARINES
NOTICE TO CAN DID ATI 3.
Requests for announceir.ent muat be
accompanied by pnbiica.tion fee la con
formity with tha law.
the Peace cm the Republican ticket at
! i lie primaries on May the 7th. 1918.
JOSEPH If. COTIIEEY.
j Justice of the I'eace.
-11- 60' Ttroad-.vay.
FOB COUNTY TREASURER.
Pltaso announce through your paper
to th voters that Ralph It. Hrndferd.
for ten j ut d.-;,t;ty tr asurer i f Lake
County, asks to he promoted to treas
urer. The dutc of the It publu an
primaries is May 7, 1?1S. "A kind word
means little to uu. It means lots to
rOB TRUSTEE CALUMET TOWKSHW j
Editor TIMES: I
Pirns.? announce to the voters of J
('.ihmi. t T.nvnship. that I will be a I
rand ula to ("it the nomination lor Town-!
ahip Trustr-fc. eubjert to tllO decision Of!
th; 1; -publu fin primary. . '
S O- W. J. WILLIAMS, i
por county treasurer.
Editor TIM K?:
Tou are authorized to announce to the
Republican voiers of t akf County that
I am n cati'li "lute f..r nominal ion of
I County Treasurer of Lake 'oun'y en
and defend our-tll, Repuhiiran tiev.--t. subjert to th-?
POR TRUSTEE NORTH TOWNSHIP.
Please announce to the votera of
North Township, that I will be a
candidate for the nomination Tor Town
ship Tru.tc... s-ubjeot to the decision of
the 1; publican piimery.
2-'- WM. K. VAfUR.
3 s3k -.s&a
liberties. Hut tins food question is a greater question
than the war peril -the success or failure of the war
depends on it. We mus feed our alhep and our army
decision of th
re? pec I f u I !y a
Cn n d i d n c ; .
primsriea on May i
k their stipport in
' I'll rt;"-;. II 'ss'' -
and navy or t.he 1! have to quit cold: 'he brm
(alive cant f,c)S if he's starving. Our very live.
I upon it. Your life. Mine. The lives of us ail.'
Til' 'MAS K. nOBUI'.TS.
c; nd :
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
TOR TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE.
i iase announce my nH' as a candi- i
, date on lb- ff-ruhlirnn tickets for tovvn- i
I hip trust.-'! fnr Clunit township, eub- j
; .tect to t lie primary May 7, 1?1S. I
3-11-1 THOMAS MATTHi;tVS.
! THE BLACKSN AKE WHIP
Ma;or Dan Brown of Hammond yesteroay an'"'"-
r j H.J-A ri.vlieA commissioner. i.e
work wo ha ve : customed to drive 8zy siaves m woik uihih ho- i.-w.
In slavery dav s the most brutal overseers were ac-
a new fire chief ana a
innrlo Willinni Xiil. a fire fijzhter whoso
no',- id fnr vfar nea.i or i le t'Wiium:ir, nnw ,
,ioint- it was tr.e synioot or me vi uei mw- i.m na
lieve that the mayor could have made no better
mrni N"il! ascressivo. brave and one of
on-the-spot enemies of tlie fire fiend. He is ,. living ex
ample of discipline and oflicb ncy and we m-edict that
he will make Hammond's fire department h ireai in
stitution. For Mayor Brown's other appointment, August Riech
ers to the police board, we have nothing but amazement.
Ueichers. it is openly charged, rejoiced a
Ijp. I The blacksnaKe whip cam" to nave an-evn ir,uuui-u
done away with in this country, thank Cod.
Among the Germans the blaoksnake whip Is still
in use. and i
gt:-et Snodgrass. corresponding secretary
can Federation of Teachers, has this to report:
-I have before me. as I write, the official text or
proclamations of the German and Austrian mihtary
the sn-.uinc command in the recently occupied districts o. iioir.-'n
! Crlitor TIME.':
: Kindly announce my name as a cari'li
!dato for tin- cifi,- of County Treasurer
! on ll:e Rpuliln Hii isrkct. '-ub.i'-ct to the
. ! v, ill vT tiie voters at the primaries to
i V: h Id in May 7, 131S.
' I 3-13- I.OL'IS G. t:t.'i:R.
IMItor TIMES: !
I v-ill 1" a mi'lidaic for thi republi-i
ran r.cir: mat i.f i f or i-oron r of Lake i
eoiinty. ul.j".t to the decition of the
pr:niiji-J.;3 on May 7.
3-S- DR. E. E. EVAXS.
JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT NO X.
I.-O ..11,- .1 i , ,
s sir l .. Aat
more infamouslv emp!o;.ed tnan ever, -viai- , ou.uj ..,. i win v. ' i oTice of Conner for Lake County at the
n.-,.U'i !n,1ea ji f : .
of the Amen- ! " ' i primary to ho hold May 7. 391S. subject
v - i to the will of the republican voters.
i rei mvspiL. fcuoirrt to trie vote si me , .
rvimaries U he held May 7lh. 1018. anl;
1 earnestlj ark the support of all. '
3-4- VIRGIL S. REITER. j
announce to the voters or rlio ,1.., i iii v.a e.
DR. A. GIORGl.
of the Ltisitania: he is reputed to be a pro-German
When a man openly and publicly expresses his delight
over the fact that hundreds or American women and
children went to their death in the icy waters of the At
lantic through the hellish work of a, German submarine,
we doubt that he is a safe man to be on the police board
r.-- q ritv Hammond during a war with a country
whom he nubliclv sympathizes with. Before the war is j manner:
over Hammond will need men on its police borci to d
cide questions fraught with moment to
Italy. These proclamation require, the inhabitants o.
the reeion to give up all food supplies of every kind.
All persons of over fifteen years of age are required lo
work in the fields under German taskmasters f i cm four
o'clock in the morning until eight o'clock in the eve
Disobed-.enee will be punished in the following
Lazv workmen will oe accompan.eu in
1 work find watched by Germans.
1 be imprisoned for six months and every tnim aav
nothing; but bread and water. Lazy worn-
, E,jitor TIMES:
JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT NO. 2. , rUs!C announce lny name a can(t).
Editor TIMES: ; date for the office of County Assessor
Please announce to the v oters of Lak on the Republican ticket, subject to the
County that I will be a candidate for, will of the voters at the primaries to
the Republican nomination for Judge of be held in May 7, 1313. '
th Lake Superior Court. Room No. 2. j 5-7- V.'II. BLACK,
.s.ihjf-.-t to the decision of the Primaries.
May 7lh. I'M?. 1 earnestly solicit the;
- A 't
',X'yltV!(':-i-.X r t. . 'v r, . . 1
Prirate Miller of the marines.
John (Dots) Miller, former captain of the St. Louis Cardinals, who en
listed in the U. R. marines some while ago .has recently received Lis first
military decoration. Miller is attached to the Eighty-third company of
marines at Paris Island, S. C, and was honored with the silver crossed
puns for his expert markmanship in rifle practice. He established the
monthly shooting record at Paris Island by scoring: 289 points out of a
possible 300, shooting on 200, 400, 500 and 1,000-yard ranges.
fhe j support ef all.
r TATTV T
Alter me naivesi u:r. , .-.. ,-,
people, men , 'i
.. i u. orm?nu Mi.nlw anH avo-jued'v i Wi.l oe given
.. . ...u. .... . en will be obliged to work and after the banes will -
ever since tne xime wnen m.i wu'.u i-u ac. , , .untv that 1 will b
We believe Mayor brown .s too patriae .mi Ameri-I receive six nionais nnproumeii, . ..a.- . I the Kcpublo an nomination of Jude of
be punished by beating. 1 lie cominanuaiu iwim-s, ,u ,h, T sk Fupcrior court. P.eo,n No. 2. to
right to punish lazy women with twenty lashes daily." s, niyself. subect to th primaries
.... i .. Xlis A 1 1 inti'i- '? nP Vtav 7 111 i
l;v o: a public official these days. -x " ' , , , . i vi Tft t iirdy.
Monthly, November gives tup mirooer 01 itst.aus, , - - - -
TOR COUNTT ASSBSSOR.
! Editor TIMES:
.SEPT. Please announce my name as a eandl-
ago. Ind. i date for the office of Countv Assessor!
on lno if j-uriiK an ticket, subject to the
JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT NO. 2. v ill of the voters at the primaries to
Please announce lo th voters of Lake ; be held in May 7. 191S.
a candidate for1 3-.- HERMAN" JIEETER.
POR TRUSTEE NORTH TOWNSHIP.
Kindly announce to the voters of
North Township, that I will be a, candi
date for the nomination for Township ;
P-nublican rrimarv. I With T. EdwafdS
3-15- J. M WILCOCKSON
PIMPLY? .WELL, DON'T BE!.
People Notice It Drive Them Off
th Ur. Edward
can to let these charges go uninvestigated,
should never be the slightest aspersion cas' on
, WAR AND THE WEATHER.
The Almightly makes the weather, not the man. and
if the weather doesn't suit us, we have to wait. The
farmer knows what a day's rain will uo in the way of
ursetting plans. One can't plow in the mud and a
cutting of hay or wheat may be damaged or ruined by
oue night's downpour.
The war department, too. is up against the weather
in France. Three inches rainfall may make the country
impassable for half a million men and horses and mo
tors or trucks and ruin the chances of victory or bring
defeat. When the war department has the weather to
worry about, don't add to its worries by withholding
money and, consequently, auypulits. The purchase ot
Liberty bonds will help Pershing a lot this summer.
French, Pole?. Serbs. Roumanians, and Russian, reduced
to a very practical slavery as 4.'.iui)'tio. Hundreds, of
thousands of Italians have since been added to these
slaves of 'be unspeakable German.
Meanwhile there are thousands of fatuous Amer
icans who profess to think we should make an imme
diate peace. Do they long for the blaoksnake whip?
YOU MUST PAY YOUR INCOME TAX.
' JUDGE OP SUPERIOR COURT, NO. 2.
i Editor TIMES.
j 1'lease say lo the voters of Laks
I County, that I ; in a -candidate for the
! l.ep ibli'-an Humiliation for Judge of the
i Lake Superior Court. Room No. 2, r.ub
' jj,'t to the vote of I tic primary election,
i May 7. 1'JIS. 1 earnestly ask imesiiya-
fion. and if found worthy, the support
PANIEL J. MO RAN.
COM ISSIONER TIRST DISTRICT.
Tou may announce that I will ba a
candidate for County Commissioner for
the first District on tlm republican
ticket at the May primary.
3-S- If. II. DILS.
POR STATE SENATOR.
Announce to the voters of Lake. Tor
t"r. Jisper tri'd Newton Counties that
I will b-? a candidate for renomination
for the position of State Se.nator from
this joint district, my candidacy being
subject to the decision of the republi
3-0 t. if. KINDER.
Please announce to the voters of Lake
County that I will be a candidate for
nomination for one of the four Repre
sentative.? to the Legislature from Lake
I County on the r.epubltcan ticket, subject
to the primary of May 7. 191S. and ask
I support of all favoring good and pro
i gressive legislation.
! 3-22- CHARLES G. KING WILL.
i A pimply face will not embarrass you
I much longer if you get a package of Dr.
' Edward3 Olive Tablets. The skin should
begin to clear after you have taken the
tablets a few nights.
Clesnse the blood.the bowels and theliver
with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc
cessful substitute for calomel; there's never
any sickness or pain after taking them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and just as effectively,
but their action is gentle and safe instead
, ef severe and irritating.
! i No one who takes Olive Tablets In
ever cursed with "a dark brown taste,'
Please announce. to the voters of Lake a bad breath, a dulL listless, "no good
County that I will be a candidate for the feeling, Constipation, torpid liver, bad
nomination for representative to the Cisposiuon or pimpry lace.
i..ii.tnr. ' f rom Lake Countv on the Dr
republican ticket, subject to the prima
ries of May 7th. 1918.
If any person with net income ot 51UU0 or more tans i rOR JUDGE, ROOM 3. ! 1
tc file by the 1st of April his income-tax return it will ! EiJj,0 timi- S- ; roit PHOSECUTINO ATTORNEY,
not be the fault of the 25,000 Four Minu'e Men who hve i rJtasc announce to the voters of Lake; Editor TIMES:
vnhin. ' ,'.,( v that I will be a Candida U for; Make announcement to the voter of
, .... i .i... v.., TV,n ,. I renomination for the office, of Judge.
teereu tneir nu in ... . ... - , Itootn , ;jk(, ur,vr.or 0jurt at Gary ; for renomination for the office of prose-
caslon called for some such direct appeal as they will b1 , t the d,e!sioa of the republican cuting attorney, subject to the republi
OTTO G. ITFIELD.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
purely vegetable compound mixed f
with olive oil; you wiil know then
by their olive colcr.
j Dr. Edwards spent years among pa
tients afflicted with liver "and bowel
'complaints, and Olive Tablets ara the
j immensely effective result
Take one or two nightly for a Teek.
; See how much better you' fee, and look.
Please announce my name as a candi- IOC and 25c per box. All drugii
date for the office of Constable of North
GET THE P1EN TO THE FARMER.
The greatest question before the American people
today is "wherewith shall we be fed?'' We neglect to
answer the question because we don't have to answer
It now. Some of us won't even admit it Is a question.
Reginald has always gone to Rector's "after the
show;" there's alwavu been filet mignon and mushrooms.
Spike, the truth driver, has always gone into the quick
lunch, around the corner, and called for "ham and'"
and from some mysterious region "ham ard" has ap
peared. Why should filet mignon and "ham and" fail
to answer "present" as long as one has the price?
Reginald has every confidence in Recor's and Spike
places unbounded dependence in the quick lunch. It is
absolutely inconceivable to either of them that their
haven of food should fail them.
And they won't believe it now they won't even
consider it or try to understand it, until one dav the
p. d dres to the public from the stage of theatres, at bust- j rrila.-ie.s. Ma
ness men's meetings and at open air gatherings. I: i-
Lake county that I will be a candidatw I Tow nshlp of Lake County, Indiana, on
I the Democratic ticket, subject to the
j will of the voters at the primaries to be j
evident that large numbers of persons required to pay
the income tax are not coming forward as they should,
and red to be warned.
Many men, either because of pressure of business
or other reasons, have yielded to Cue habit of procras
tination. Plain 12norar.ee of the law, doubtless, among
people who have never before fell in the class from
whom the Government collected an income tax, will
account for a considerable shortage in the returns re
ceived. For those who have in mind the trick of do.ie-
CHAULES E. GEEENWALD.
JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT ROOM 3.
held on May 7, 1918.
3-1S- ., JOHN M.
TOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
Because of the many requests f rom j
Plea st announce to the people of Lake;
tor tne many pa-ris ot me county 1 nave decided 1
'routitv that 1 am a canuiuaie
i nomination of judge, room 3. Lake Supe
! rior iV'iii-t. subj'-ct to the decision of , the
r' r-ul' it can primaries.
3-ij- I LLI AM M. DUNN.
to announce my candidacy for prosecut
ing attorney, subject to the decision of
the republican primaries.
C-16-1 JAMES A. PATTERSON.
POR COUNTY SURVEYOR.
1 ; 1 v
ir.K the income rax. the Four-Mimno Mn
stronger arguments than those of ser.'imcnt. The Gov
ernment will get thts slackers anyhow and deal with
them without leniency. Titer cannot escape he menotis j to ht.ltJ in Mh. 7, ms.
provided lor securing Information at the eouree. j 3-1- JOHN IITADDEN.
It is just as much the duty of al! who have delaved j : "
, , , v , , . . . rOS TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR.
or hold bark to file their income tax return? as it is j r,iltor times-
of other people who have been doing it cheerful! and' please announce my name as a randl-
promn'h-. By Immediate co-operation they will save date for
P EO RLE
Farewell, Mr. Winter.
POR TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR.
Please announce my name as a candi-j i you please announce to the
date lor the ofti. e of Township Assessor; pui,li. ans of Lake County tliat I will be
of Calumet Township, Lake County. In-, a ,nU,ilt iat.? fr renomination for th
diana. on the Republican ti. kct. subject ; cl(Yloc of ,-,,uuty surveyor, which I now
to the will ot tr.e vot'-rs hi ine p. linaries . 5,old bt.forc the republican primaries . Tou've staved so lone
li May 7?
G-12 RAT SEELET
Farewell. Mr. Winter
With your blizzards and snow.
How often we've wimpereJ.
FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE
DiaaolreJ in water for cZ.wichei atop
polvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam
mation. Recommended by Lydin .
Pinkham Med. Co, for ten yera.
A hcalinjj wonder for nasal catarrh,
core throat and aorevyea. EconomicaiL
Hu rTL.crvIir.iy cleunna and enRicicll pnsvr.
Sanola Free. 30c. all diuccbts. of mxtnud fc
And vcu've been so severe
I We a re c'hH roil are Irene
Had you never cme h-t--.
P'ood Card will softly step up and tap
shoulder. Thereafter Spike will have to get along with
a lightweight portion of war bread once In a while
on the i themselves, and the Government needless trouhb
iigence or eva-don -will only lead to
pellel to pay not only the tax due bu
their beins com
and the best Reginald will get will be shredded peanuts costs,
and a split prune lor breakfast and the wing of a shrimp j
every other phursJa; . l et u you warn them they call
you Calamity howler.
It's a terrible thing for people to have to listen to a
Calamity howler, and read his dire prophecies, when
thu-e are so many pleasant thing to do; but it's worse,
much worse, to be a calamity howler; see calamity ap
proaching slowly but relentlessly and fee 1 hat howling
is in vain.
Yet calamity is coming. We have had a foretaste
of it this winter. We have had meatless da? s and pork
less days and wheaU.-ss days and we've had to deprive
poor Fido of the daily lumps of sugar lie so gracefully
poises on the end of his nose and gobbles up on com
mand, but what we've had ia nothing ;o what we will
have this time next year.
Short rations will be with us and instead of feeding
Fido we may be appraising him with hungry and f pec
tin- office of North Township!
I A ;;-!.-.-so r of Lake Cuinly. Indiana, on
! the R.-r.ublic.m ticket. suhj..ct to the.
-vv i 1 1 of the voters at. tilt primaries to I
be fold in May 7. IMS.
3-9- JAMES CLEMENTS.
All traffic was abandon-.;
Eor many a weary da
Our supplies we rarried;
No means of conve.
GRIT YOUR TEETH AND BUY A BOND.
Casually lists are being printed In the papers and
occasionally we see pictures of our wounded at the hos
pitals in France. War is being brough home to us in
the middle west. We know now that Americans are
fighting over there and this third Liberty loan should
fmd us more wil'.ing than ever before, and more eagr
to contribute our share toward defeating the kaiser.
' The bo s are working the guns. Here we must
work the farms and the factories and furnish the money.
Huyine Liberty bonds is now es much our rhry as it
is their duly to grit their teeth nnd beat tl? Hun to it
with the bayenet thrust when the chare come?.
POR TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR.
Kindly aunour.er- that I will be a can
didate for re-nominat ion for the office of
! township assessor f-T North township
j on the republican ticket at the primaiies
i on May the 7th. EG V
CLERK LAKE CIRCUIT COURT.
Kindly announce to the voters of Lake
County that I will be a candidate on the!
Republican ticket tor nomination, to;
succeed mystlf, to the office of Clerk And many a coal-bin hand t any,
t.l:e S.inerior Court cuhW th. A' So fUClleSS we foue'tl'.
I cisieii of the Primaries to be held May j Our purses have dwindled
j Till. 13 1 S. j To about half their amount.
r.-lfi HKRRERT T. wnriTOv I t-very time we minicicu
Wth our real-yard atl empfy-
Not an ounce to he neupr.t
Many a dallnr we were out.
PERT. E. ESCHER.
POR JUSTICE OP THE PEACE.
Please ennounce. my name as a candi
date for Justice of the Peace for and
in Calumet Townshir. Lake County. In
diana, on the Republican ticket. Subject
to th? primaries held May 7.' 1318.
3-5- HENRY WELLNER.
TRI'ST that those weal 'by stockholders who ergage
in near fist fights at Aetna Explosive-; company m'.-etir.gs j
do not scran too mar the nitroglycerine samples.
TOR JUSTICE OP THE PEACE.
Ed: fir TIMES:
Tvtndlv announce that I will be a ran-
didot for re-nomlna-ton for Justice of
TOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I
Editor TIMES: j
Please announce to the voters of Lake I
Comity that I veill be a candidate for!
ren.'inmaiion for the office of Count v '. Farewell. Mr. Winter,
To Red Cross and War Fund
We generously gave
To make bullets and runs.
Our great nation to save.
. ".i.u,i.n..ne, ,r i.rfi district, sunjoci , Xot ani,thrr such a winter
ilerision of the republican pri
GEORGE O. SCIIAAF.
J-are you pr to turn out.
I MRS. A NX A KAMRADT.
j 291 Truman Ave. Hammond, Ind.
Mareh 21s. tnis. '
, AV i 1 1 you please announee that I am aj
candidate for renomination on the re-i
publican ticket for Sheriff of Lakei
County, subject to the decision of the!
primaries to be held May 7, and I re-J
specttiiuy solicit ino surport or an re
3-10- LEW BARNES.
Tel. East Chicago J
DR. J. GOLDMAN
Ftrrt National Dtik Bl.
Cor. Chicago $t Foraytha Area.
icast rFiron, ?sin.
Consultation In Kngilsh. Oermaa
Polish. P.avlsri and Russian.
Many a happy home
in this city can trace its
i prosperity to the want
j Out of employment?
Q Want a better job?
JMiss Opportunity is
one of the most inter
ested patrons of the
iCShe may be calling
; you today through these
PETE i' DI XKl-asscd lv the Censor.
By C. A. VOIGHT
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VJELL . VHAT Do Vots
Kwow about That
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