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SATURDAY, OCT. 30-th iM
We Need Your Help Right Now!
The gravest problem The Toiler has had to
face during the entire past year is of raising suf
ficient funds to purchase the paper upon which to
print. The scarcity of print paper alone is enough
to drive most publishers frantic with anxiety.
When scarcity of stock and lack of sufficient
funds to purchase are combined in one problem, a
problem which must be faced every week and
that has been our problem then you may realize
the task we have had these long months since print
paper began steadily to climb from SIX cents per
pound to FIFTEEN cents.
The tumble of prices in some lines, Ford
automobiles and sugar for instance, has in no way
affected the print paper situation. Prices are
maintaining their previous high level, the scarcity
still continues without sign of change. We feel
fortunate if we can obtain white print stock now
and then, and we have to be thankful for even the
poorest and grayest paper that is sold us for our
fifteen cents per sixten ounces.
But this outstanding fact, we have discovered
in our many months of anxious quest of paper,
and that is: that we can always get the paper,
no matter how 'scarce' it is IF WE HAVE THE
MONEY TO PAY SPOT CASH. SPOT CASH
seems to be the dictum of BIG BUSINESS. And
Big Business rules. We have to admit that. So
our only salvation is to get the Cash, and have it
ready when we need it.
An'1 that, comrades is the theme of this ap
peal, GASH, You know what we mean. We have
had to make this same appeal before. We may have
to do so again. But we know that as long as con
ditions in the capitalist world make it necessary
for us to appeal to you for help, that you will
give it just as willingly as you have done before.
Here's your chance to help. If you believe in
The Toiler ; if you want to see it continue in the
fight; if you believe it is a GOOD THING for
the WORKERS to have a paper like The Toiler
then we say that you should GIVE A LIFT, NOW
when it will do the most good.
Make YOUR donation just as large as you
Use the blank on this page.
3207 Clark Ave.
Here is my lift to help you buy print papei
City . . .
ORDER A BUNDLE
Many comrades are learning that the bea
wav to heln The Toiler is to make it self sustain.)
iner by ordering a bundle and selling them t
That way suits us best.
So we say to you :
"Order a Bundle at 312C each, sell them a
The Toiler: Put me on your mailing lis
for copies of The Toiler weekly. I er
close $ to pay in advance for
City . . .
YOU OUGHT TO SUBSCRIBE
To all our readers who purchase The Toile
from news stands and agents we want to say-
You ought to subscribe and be sure of your coply
Just enclose a two dollar bill in an envelop!
and mail to us with this blank. Your name will gj
on the list immediately. i
Here's My Subscription
Address . .
Amount sent $
3207 Clark Ave.