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ESLIE'S WEEKLY devotes two pages every week to "Hints to Money-makers,” written by JASPER, the famous Wall Street uthority. Subscribers to LESLIE'S WEEKLY at $5.00 per annum, $2.50 for six months, or $1.25 or three months, at the Home Office, 225 Fourth Ave., New York, are entitled to answers to questions oncerning stocks and bonds without charge. Thouands have acknowledged that JASPER'S department. as made them large profits.
Get a copy of LESLIE'S WEEKLY and read "Jasper's Hints to Money-makers." For sale by all news-dealers. Price ten cents. Or send your subscriptions direct to "Jasper's Department," Leslie's Weekly, 225 Fourth Ave., New York.
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