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JEFFERSONIAN LEAGUE

PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY

We have obtained over a thousand signatures to the petition which is printed at the bottom of this page, and we are assured that ten thousand more stand ready and willing to sign it.

A temporary organization will be effected as soon as possible, and in the meantime the work of organizing the counties of Georgia will begin. We would like to hear from all who are interested, and especially from those who are willing to give us their active assistance to build up the League, anywhere in the United States.

Such an organization is absolutely necessary if we expect to bring the work of Watson's Magazine and The Jeffersonian to a successful issue. For the last five years our publications have been carrying on their work of education, and it has had its influence on the half-million people who are regular readers.

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When all these voters, whom we have educated, are organized in a solid phalanx, they will exercise their real power. Without organization, their every effort at influencing legislation is lost and their strength dissipated.

You, who read these pages, know the crying need for the work of reform. Unaided, you cannot lift the burden of the tariff on necessities-the high cost of living-from your shoulders. United, you are helping yourself and your brothers, and you will become a power to be reckoned with by every member of Congress.

Sign the coupon and mail it to us.

Believing it necessary to have an organization, in order that the people may be properly represented in Congress; and that the present iniquitous tariff system, which taxes the food and clothing of the poor man to increase the gigantic fortunes of the rich, may be swept away; and to bring the government closer to the people, we agree to act together and work as a unit to secure the triumph of Progressive Democracy; and for that purpose we hereby enroll our names.

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Our key-note will be "Reciprocity." We will stick together in defense of Jeffersonian principles. We will do our best to support the Jeffersonian publications and to extend their circulation. In our business dealings we will give the preference to those who advertise in our papers and magazine, and we hereby pledge ourselves to get all our friends to do the same.

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Note-Besides the above, Prof. Joseph T. Spen-
cer continues his Shakespearean articles, and
Rev. W. F. Hertel begins his startling series of
articles on HOW WHITE SLAVES ARE PRO-
CURED, in which he tells in detail just how
girls are trapped into a life of shame. To stop
this crime, know how it is fed and stop its feed-
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Send today one dollar for a subscription to
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