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Chesterton Tribune, Thursday, 24 January, 1924
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
9110 Harper Ave.,
Chicago, Ill.,
Jan. 20, 1924.
Friend Jack:

Enclosed please find postoffice m.o. for my subscription to your paper. Your paper has a good report of the Nickel Plate boiler explosion of which the Chicago papers want to cover up such stuff happening to a big corporation and rub it in on the little fellow.

I saw that poor fireman in his casket and it might have been the fate of my grandson. He has been in the position the same as the fireman that was killed. He quit the rounds from Stony Island to Fort Wayne only a few days before the accident and is now working in the yards.

. . .
I'd like to drop in one of these times and have a good chat. I have been there several times and I never could locate my old friend Bowser. The next time I'm going to do some thing fierce in "yor town" and see if he won't come out of hiding.
Yours respectfully,
ED. WAY.
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