Signs of the Times

[From the Union, Augusta, Wisconsin]

In the manager's office the group was casually discussing the coming vacation of an acquaintance. There was general expression of good will and of the opinion that the vacation had been well earned and of the hope that it would do their friend much good. "At least," said one who had just entered, "he has my blessing."

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