.-if. HA3 TO HAVE A PRINTER. So a Maine Editor Puts an "Ad" In His Own Paper to Get One. "I have work for a printer. It's 4tcady work and pay every Saturday right after the first week M help rsually stay from four to twenty years with me several have stopped until the weie called to cros3 tho liver to whose bourne all prlnteis arc lournelng "W'I'c me, tall honestly what you ran do and what you don't do Oivc references and state wages wauled mil say whether married or single, ilsn tell us how old you nre and the "olor of jour hair and eyes "We ate fussv. partlculnt, 'but our icts are largelv controlled by "Ihe lnck shop crowd,' made up of five r.lrl :. all good lookers, two married women, -a husband and the devil. 1 hcv inn the show and get the moncv, ccnB'onnllj permitting me to make usstestlons. "We want to replaco one who has been cnlled higher to higher wagts. Speak right up now If on want lo oln tho pack We need you atd will pav a fair price for jour services. "No objections to a man with a family "I joii don't want the job and have 1 friend who dos, write him, get v or I to him, wc have the room nnd can afford to have one nioro man nliout the establishment Ho sure to 1'i't tho 'esquire' on the envelope- and iddress Pred W. Sanborn, Mcnagcrlo Manager of the Norway (Me ) Advertiser. Adver-tiser. "Do It now. "P. S Long-necked, high-collared clgerette smokers not wanted." Norway Nor-way Advertiser.