Drought Hits America

When will it end?

Dry-spell, Will there be an end?

The Temperance movement has pushed congress to pass the prohibition of spirits, the 18th amendment. It states, “After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation thereof from the United States and all the territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for beverage purposes is hereby prohibited”. This could create an economic problem. The 18th affects businesses based around spirits such as bars, breweries, distilleries, and transportation. Bars will have to cease serving spirits to customers, breweries and distilleries will stop producing spirits, and railroad companies will lose a lot of their cargo/ money within one year. Economically very volatile, cutting of a cultural aspect of America creates potential for a possibility of social dispute over the rationality of the passing of the 18th amendment.

Where the Rivers Flow full of Spirits

Jay Gatsby. Everyone knows him, but who is he really? A mysterious business entrepreneur who supposedly made his fortune from a chain of drug stores. Since the moment he arrived at West Egg, Gatsby has done nothing but throw a plethora of grand parties. While no one is formally invited by the great Gatsby himself, each night never fails to fill the house with guests. “People were not invited- they went there” (chpt 3) Gatsby’s parties are very wild and grand. These fantastical events are hosted every Friday and are a prime example of new money. After thorough investigation no accurate measurement of the amount of spirits could not be released. However through the length of each party it never ran out. If you plan on visiting Gatsby’s on Friday; please remember to practice moderation.

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Woman Dead in the Valley of Ashes

Mr. Wilson the owner of the garage in the Valley of Ashes was distraught this afternoon. While in a spousal dispute a woman ran into the road crying out for help. Mr. Wilson witnessed a yellow car struck down a resident (his wife) of the Valley of Ashes late last night. No one knows who was driving so recklessly, but the driver definitely appeared to be heading towards West Egg. Vehicular manslaughter is the charge that faces the driver who ran down this woman in the middle of the road. Anyone who operates or owns a rolls royce with a ''rich cream color, bright with nickel, swollen here and there in its monstrous length with triumphant hatboxes and supper-boxes and tool-boxes, and terraced with a labyrinth of windshields that mirrored a dozen suns'' (68 Fitzgerald) may be come suspect for questioning by the long island police. Please contact your local authorities and report any suspicious vehicles that match the description listed above.

Business Entrepreneur Murdered in his own Home

Successful business entrepreneur Jay Gatsby, 33 was murdered in his own home yesterday. Local law enforcement reports that it was indeed Jay Gatsby’s car that killed Myrtle Wilson. However they are not sure if Jay was driving the automobile at the time of the accident. The "ashen fantastic figure gliding toward Gatsby through the amorphous trees" the shooter, George Wilson, had come to the conclusion that Jay was the man that his wife Myrtle was sleeping with. While Mr. Gatsby was taking a swim Mr. Wilson broke into Jay Gatsby’s house and shot him with a revolver. Shortly after murdering Jay, Mr. Wilson aimed the gun at himself, taking his own life. His funeral will be open to public.

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The Best Oculist in Town

Eyes not what they used to be? Get and eye exam from Dr. T.J. Ekelburg. 123 Billboard Ln.
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Need A Lift?

Get your car fixed at Wilson's Garage. Located in the Valley of Ashes, Wilson's Garage offers cheap repairs and maintainence for any make, any model. Free oil change offered to customers with repairs costs of over $50. 223 Widower st.
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Get your thirst Quenched

Our fine establishment guarantees the safety of all of our patrons. While our location is not disclosed in this advertisement, a quick question to your local barber will land you in Snazzy Speakeasy.
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