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Don't you love "North to the Orient"3? I do!Dear Carrie1;
Please show this to Helen Mac4 and ask her to think it over. It is really a criticism of what twenty-five years of “movies” and shameless publicity have done to our society.W. Oh Carrie;
Please ask Harry Yost5 to send either a side of Swifts premium bacon, or a nice ham to Mrs. C. F. Lambrecht6, Inavale7 and let him mail the bill to me. You understand; no corn, no pigs, no pigs, no meat.