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The Paper for the Intelligent Jew!

February 18, 1926
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Because a newspaper plays such a vital part in the life of every person, the intelligent Jew has accepted THE DAY as his point of contact with the outside world. He knows that the news in THE DAY is authentic. It is neither embittered by bias nor sweetened with sentimentality.

It is clear, fair and concise on all subjects. Its fiction is clean–its features are human–its editorials bristle with vigor. Into the most intelligent Jewish homes, THE DAY sheds its rays of light. There is a section for every member of the family.

To the readers of THE DAY, this paper is more than a news sheet. It is a mental stimulant–it is a liberal education–it is their mentor on local and national affairs.

That is why it is the paper of the intelligent Jew–his confidence in this paper increases from day to day.

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