NEW YORK, N. Y. — Dec. 12, 1928 — For her fourth offense selling liquor the great State of Michigan sends the mother of ten children to the penitentiary for life.

I guess that will just about blot out the liquor business in the State. I suppose she was the last one selling. Any woman that tries to raise ten orphan kids in that cold state not only ought to be allowed to sell booze, but the state should furnish it to her to sell, and guarantee that it was pure. That would make her the greatest life saver in Michigan.

It certainly ought to be a lesson to people with ten children to never move to Michigan.

Yours,

Will Rogers

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