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THE FOOL-KILLER November, 1915 The Devil's Letter. TO J. P. MORGAN. American people were so blamed particular about it, I just wanted CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. J. P. Morgan, Wall Street, N. Y. My dear Boy: XT T TJT?T73W PaiVc-ri11a C n Tn.. them to get tangled up m a big closed is seventy cents for which And you worked the Please send Tne Fool-Killer to the tt ji r oft 10U L i o t -i i Iionowiug names. mis iuaK.es Hades, UCt. iy0 trick for ( me, slick as a button, subs I have sent in in two weeks and Surely the United States can't 1 was about an ho"r ..setting I them. Mv naner was th first, to have the nerve to claim neutrality come to this town The boys are anx- The Americans have ious to see The Fool-Klller- excuse me ior iiul vviuiug uu ixcxixulcxj iui iuc b who works in the shoe factory you sooner. Have been very busy side that they loaned money to, and I took one of The Fool-Killers and expect to be still busier be- and they are bound to be interest- articles to the boys and they almost fore I eet to rest much. But I ed in seeing that side win. Be- laughed then- ribs out. Now just must take time to write you a cause 11 it aoesn x win, xne meri- maybe 'they will finish their ribs. In word of thanks for what you cans are liable to lose their closea ls A-tfU 10 Pa Ior ino 16 SUDS have done, to say nothing of what money. See t F- M- f8?1!' Nt V1 I ,1 - . I A-M-m. X you are going to do. 1 am sorter disappointed at issue for you hit Mr. Roosevelt right Say, young man, you are simply the time it takes to get the Unit- rTou "bSrTiSi .wTKE great. I honestly didn't think ed States into it, but we will keep some fools here who are ho bad off - f t i t i n that I think they need a few doses of it was m you. But I am now right on till we succeed. I blame eood medicine and I think The Fool- thoroughly convinced. Your sue- "Woodpile Wilson a good deal for Killer is the best medicine they can oasq in rmtttTiGr throuerh that biff the delav. Poor old Wilson ! He o - " I mUM Y- TTTTnXITPC! XTinr A , r f ,1 4 l 171 "U J J H J x 1-- I -vaxxti v. "V-uiuio, -"fi, .run.. war-loan ior tne AUgiu-rreuuu is guuu leiiow aiu seems xu ue Here I come with anodier club to allies has given you a running serving me the best he knows break into the tink-tanks of the start ahead 01 all the other mil- now, out ne does maKe so many biggest little paper in all the world lionaries, the Rockefellers not ex- blunders. Just think! The blam- Just ,kee .rignt ? flT?11?,11 medl' i .-il cine ior 11 is sure to .m an uui nope- oepted. I don't understand why ed fool had to fall in love right less cases. Hit them hard with the the Johndees and Ford and a few at the time when he ought to e e 1 u g ,r ii .-i,4- ix.. 1 : unxjiLi u. L.rriXtbJ, inclosed is a oxners were so mjie-waiiM uu ,uavC UCCu ucuiaiing wai uu uiuC-1 Hgt f names Please -ve each one loan question, nohow. If they body, and you know a man in love a lot of your Fool-Killer medicine I I mi x 1 1 a. js i had known how much it meant ain't fit for nothing. this rt of cuntT7 we feel to me they surely would have And now, to change the sub- that we need your medicine, especial A , . , , . . , . . T i j j. j. i ly when we know that we are getting taken more interest in putting it ject, I am so glad to see you tak- if from an honest druggist. You are through. But, thanks to you, my ing steps to organize a still big- tne Por man's physician, so give us , , . ' . i a. , m : rm . , . , . the medicine that will clean out the dear boy, it got tnrougn an rignt ger oteei rrust. mat s rignt. f00is properly. anyhow, and I have ecored an- Swallow up Schwab and his Beth other great victory on earth. To be sure I haven't anv them. Get everything under fools in this neck of the woods that ' I I J 1.211! a T 1 A J! n grudge against Germany, but I your own thumb, and put the lo along. ' Tenure hae wanted the Anglo-French crowd whole works to turnning out war the dope that makes them squirm, to nave tnat money. m tne otner the truth. But it is the truth that hand Emperor Bill is one of mv course you will get a fat slice off hurts, so go after them foi all you or evervthme that rasses throueh just as soon lend money to him vour hands, tree I it makes my Mex i want all fools killed in AnAA td -Dm head swim to think how fast vou New Mexico, so you will find inclosed o,a ia k w xx vx. xl xxxx j . , " money and names to send the paper didn't seem to need it as bad as wlU rich. It Won t be long to. My brother takes The Fool-Kil-the other side did. That's why till you can hire the Rockefellers l-al think jnthe I wanted Bill's enemies to have t0 black yur snoes- people !o,e 00 1,0 Yours truv. R- s- F0Y Sylvester, Ga. The ,v,x, iV" t " T Fool-Killer is about the funniest sides pretty evenly balanced. dAIAJN JJJlIjVIJj. paper I have ever read, and anybody 1 You see, if one side begins to weaken, or run short of money, A WILD ANIMAL GOT LOOSE. Please send me a bundle of samples , , . 5, 1 to give oui 10 my inenas ix migni nappen xo surrender ana A , - n , i. rYliiw XXX liXXCi JlCCUi3i;uiU D. G. WALKER, Corning, Calif I lehem company, and all the rest another dub to your X vul lullgl . (UC iX Killer to the following names twelve months. I will do all I for can to get more subscrilrers. It is the greatest paper for the money I ever T A f!T? ANT Shiloh (la Tnrln , . -1-1 . -1 1 1 - --"'" stop tne war. And 01 ail tnmgs axx7Cf wll , ,Ut . , -u- ed is 70 cts for which send the Fool- xnai could nappen, xnat is tne , i 1 . . -o i vxxcvvxxx tci uavxx&i w u. L vi XKUoc very thing I don t want to see. 1 -x. .x- V I Vftlt s smttoon. ia (rptmcr nawpr Anything to keep the war going L , , I f; J & & & ml wrath v over the. fa.rt that his I saw that's my program. Anything , ort , Qoa tt. W W. STEVENS, Mayfield, Ga. to make it biffffer and bloodier Your article in October number, "A to mate it Digger and bloodier thinks T. R. is a mighty good Voice from the Grave", is the finest axiu spreau ix oux over more xer- n, . , 0 4llox oc, piece on the subject i ever read, and ritory. I want to see the United . lllw.a " " is worth ten times the subscription Oi.l x x xt. . I " " .- v. el 'nl 'T6 wat' a?a lT much choice between Teddy and L Mrs chas. Harris mite Owl, loan which you have fixed up is 1 -, I So Dak. Someone sent me a sample , . ivjruu. I copy ot The Fooi-iuiier ana 1 am a long step m tnat direction. 1 f!hr;t;flri VftlTr frtAff a, ;f now sending fifty cents to pay for lwa,l tm'o fl o-1 . nrisuan your IOOT- 11 my subscription and four of my Bam w w ma a & a a m a m w j a mm m ttmmi m mm rm - a mm m. m - , . unrist, the rrmce 01 Jrf.ac-.e, ever! friends xion, and you Know . trie Ameri- , , can people have kept themselves , , . , ' . I Street, ,,"1! tt!1 , useless butchering of innocent money pCULlC. xx txiat U IXXX-JUdiXVtMJ. rui fian is a Christian,' r then I prefer to be classed among the peaceful heathens. They have refused to sell food supplies and war munitions to the allies, because they were afraid i of committing some unneutral act. Certainly! If you can't be- To at least three million H. LeRGY MURCH, 1708 W. First Marion, Ind. Inclosed find order for $2.10 for which please send The Fool-Killer to the following names. I would like for you to send me a bundle of samples to pass along to my friends. W. A. ANDERSON, Rosston, Ark. Say, how did you get all that fluid on four pages? It is enough to kil all the fools if they will only let it poor I Soak in The first copy got me lieve one of my lies, whose lies , v P soak in Tne rst Pp7 got me ' V ' Icievils it will mflkA nrv Hitf prpnno I ran now see the end of mv nose al can you believe hnw tllA w Tx . ao olT.nolTr right. Inclosed find fifty cents for Sintr tUro0 i1o K Lii i, ' I which please send The Fool-Killer BUG-HOUSE LOGIC. Your Uncle Chump Clark is out making speeches and telling the dear people about the prosperity that they ain't got. Chumpie shows a mighty forgiving spirit whooping it up for the man who beat him out of the presi dency, but his estimate of the average man's intelligence i& away off. He tries to make sensi ble grown folks accept state ments that any six-year old child would iaugh at. We all know very well that what little prosperity we now have is due to the war. Without the war and the vast export strade- t has given us, we would to-day be in a ten times wusser fix than. n "V T" 1 I 1 i 1 X. "I we are. iNODOdy Knows tnat Dex ter than Chump Clark. Yet he- las the nerve to stand up on his- hind legs and belch out the asser tion that the government's short- age of money is due to the war. Great day in the morning ! I reekon, then, that if a few more billions are piled into this coun try from Europe, our government will go plum broke. What an awful pity! And so this is about the size of it: If we have any prosperity the Wilson administration wants to claim the credit for it; but if we have any p overty and hard times they want to pack it on the war. From . a partisan stand point, the Democrats ought to be mighty thankful for the war. It has actually enabled them to keep up a little show of prosperity, while at the same time it has come in mighty handy to blame their failures on. Great is war, anyhow! But still it isn't half as great as the ignorance of those who can swal low Democratic lies. PARAGRAPHS. "Wall Street Paved With Gold by War," says a headline. Say, Mister Worker, have you noticed any golden streets aro?md your cabin. . The Anglo-French allies had to come to America to borrow a half-blhon dollars, while Ger. many borrowed three billions at nome. Now who's hard up? That-thar borrowing committee what came over here to sret tim- loan of a billion dollars never sa tamcto as mentioned the matter to me. I feel awfully slighted. In spite of the fact that The Fooi-Killer has been hard at it for six years, there are still a few fools in the world. I see where some fool company is ' stiff advertising and trying to sell' Teddy Bears. "Preparedness and nuetral ity" is the slogan. Load your gun,, but don't shoot! Right now would be a good time for us to stop and consider that a loaded! gun gets people into trouble much? nore often than an empty one.