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England, Beautiful North Wales NEW YORK
Two ladies, long experience in a girls' boarding school, will ehaperon three or four girls to England sailing about June 8th, returning
mid-September. One month London visiting Spend Your Summer
places of interest in and around city. Motor
tour through Shakespeare's country, Stratin
ford-on-Avon, Warwick, Kenilworth, en route
West 72d St., t
to 71st St., Nei
300 rooms, each with bat Edwardian castles, Harlech, Conway, Car
fireproof. One block t narvon. Opportunities golf, tennis, fishing,
trance of Central Park.
Address 5,111, Outlook. refinement combined w
rates. Send for illustra
Hotels and Resorts
Wabi Kon Camp Keene Valley, N.Y. W
Lake Temagami in spruces and pines. Bea
booklet. $18 to $20. M. E
The unspoiled country- A Camp with every
courfort in the hearts four million A PIRONDACKS. 2
derful fishing. Guides, Boats, Canoes plain. Cottages with ce
where meals are served. Ret
For circular or information
BURNHAM, 233 Broadway, N
OGUNQUIT, MAINE ful summer home. Ch
rooms, pure water, bath, bo
piazza, croquet, fine roads. 1
Refs. exchanged. The Miss wifi Luxurious hotels and magnificentCasinos,
cludes useful travel literature.
"Select Collection" on receipt
of ten cents to cover postage. No Modern Thermal Establishments, Sport
Near beach and pine woods. Vegetables
Pittsford, Vt. Beautiful
rooms, excellent table. $14. bur Organizations of every kind, combine to please every taste and meet all budgets.
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It affords all the comforts of home without COMFORT in the Big !
Reservations all the year.
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THE ances. Terms reasonable. 4,993, Outlook.
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clude all charges : phys!
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riding horses, baths, massag
personal direction of Dr.
(plıysician, surgeon and at Rates for a single room without bath and with 3 meals, application to Mrs. M. V. BURGESS.
be made now.
Detailed information upon 72d Street, New York City.
Northampton, Mass. Season, from July
Doylestowa, Pa. lan institu
1 to Sept. 1. For details address 0. 8. BLAIR.
the personal study and sp Th
ment of the invalid. MA388
ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WA issi
(late of The Walter So
Fresh eggs, cream, chickens. Rates moderate.
East Anglia, Home of the Pilgrim
Forest Hills Hotel and Bungalow Colony
FRANCONIA, N. H.
Karl P. Abbott, Managing Director
lishment on the East Coast of England,
Golf, tennis, dancing, woodland paths, rest.
Finest view east of the Rockies.
300 acres--new hotel-unobtrusive serviceable sixty-day European trip for $850. E. D.
unexcelled cuisine-spring water-physician QUICK, 488 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
- Particularly high grade clientele of desir
able Americans. Resort ideal for children. Th 2 Months' European Tour
England to the Continent
For Mental and Nery Escorted by Dutch lady, recently re
Also via HARWICH and ANTWERP
modations for a few adults and autoists en illu turnedverom country: turned from Europe, speaks language
route. Dry, cool climate. Splendid scenery.
Agreeable society. Lovely drives. Booklet.
New Service Commencing June, 1921
competent purses. DIRECT TO BATTLEFIELDS
NEW YORK CITY
park, flower and veget
Rock Lodge Hei
GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY MOUNTAIN VIEW
VIA HARWICH-ZEEBRUGGE | THE
FORBES Sanford Hall Flushin
Parties enrolling now. Moderate
Great success 1920.
Five weeks with Prof. Otto Bond, Chicago
INTERCOLLEGIATE TOURS 65-A Franklin St., Boston, Mass.
Luxurious Steamers Pullman Car Trains
Apply for illustrated booklet,
213 Madison Avenue
de GO TO EUROPE IN 1921 joining the more WANTED – Adult Baai
BOOKS, MAGAZINES SITUATIONS WANTED
Companlons and Domestic Helpers
SPEECHES, lectures, and special articles
REFINED lady, speaking French, Spanish,
desires to be companion, home or traveling. eques
service. 1,000 , $10.
Miss Xhrouet, Grand Haven, Mich.
ioned house, 3 living
POSITION wanted as housekeeper for 6 master's and 3 servants bedrooms, 4 bath
business woman or companion to invalid. In rooms. Two acres cultivated ground and
LANTERN SLIDES 9,770, Outlook.
LANTERN slides made and colored. High
SUMMER position wanted as companion for elderly people. Private water-front rights and float. 5,129, Outlook
est grade work. 25 years' experience. Edward
or governess. 9,768, Outlook. trance Ces 10 week. Box 135, Portageville, N. Y. Manomet, Plymouth, Mass. Van Altena, 29 West 38th St., New York City. SUPERVISING housekeeper wishes posi
tion huspital or institution. Experienced.
Best references. 9,743, Outlook.
TRAVELING companion. Young woman lights, hot and cold water, conveniences,
of intelligence and refinement going to
open fireplace; terms moderate. WM. H.
Europe will act as companion to older wo
man. References exchanged. 9,835, Outlook.
: no experienceprofession ADIRON Single or Duplex Apartment FOR RENT DURING SUMMER Strough spare time home study, azay terms
COLLEGE graduate, experienced traveler, $110 $200 monthly
offers services on voyage to Britain in return nterbrook Lower wwer 80's close to 5th Avenue. LARGE FURNISHED HOUSE anteed, or money back. Outdoors, local or
for her expenses. References. 9,840, Outlook, nable rent. Possession any time. meene Valley , LWM. B. MAY & Co. fourteen rooms and two baths, in pleasant traveling, under big
men who reward ability. location in old New England college town. Get Free Booklet CM-27. Stand. Business by young woman; at present hostess in army
POSITION as hostess in hotel, camp, or club
Apply to Box 752, Northampton, Mass. Training Inst., Buffalo, N. Y.
camp. Would combine other duties and no NEW HAMPSHIRE
SPLENDID clerical work opportunity, preference to locality. 9,836, Outlook.
Spare or whole time. No canvassing, good
woman in. Cultura electricity, Steinway piano. Mod- LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H. Jamestown, N. Y.
would like position in home as manager,
chaperon or companion. Widower or bachelor te merken lerences first letter. 4,997, Outlook. Charming Summer Homes and Cottages Companions and Domestic Helpers | Outlook.
References exchanged. 9,837, creare
furnished, for rent and for sale. Write for BAK,
booklets. SARGENT & Co.,
New London, N.H. DIETITIANS, superintendents, cafeteria
LADY recommends managing house
managers, governesses, matrons, houseVERRE
keeper; Swedish woman, trustworthy, capaNEW JERSEY
keepers, social workers, and secretaries. ED-Attractive location for
Miss Richards, Providence, East Side Box 5.
ble, refined. Miss Otterberg, 132 East 45th ESTER,IT mer tea room, furnished or
Boston, Fridays, u to 1, 16 Jackson Hall
, ! St.
, New York. Phone 8700 Murray Hil. Trinity Court. Address Providence.
GRADUATE nurse, refined, sunny dispoalso hires or seashore preferred. ALICE To Rent, MONTCLAIR, N. J. Jalte roztl 46 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich.
take intelligent care of lady or for three or four Summer Months
WANTED-Lady of refinement and educa-
gentleman in mountains or at seashore. $65 Would
Apply Mrs. Karran, 75 Fulton St., N. Y. City.
month. Credentials. 9,802, Outlook.
Adults only. 10 rooms, 2 baths, 4 toilets. All
- Very capable, willing,
panion to girl 7 years and boy 5 years. Ex- cheerful. Would keep house. References. wy to North Jersey. 5,137, Outlook.
perience not necessary. Intelligence and re- 9,801, Outlook.
NEW YORK CITY finement and references required. Brooklyn
COMPANION or governess. Refined, edu-
cated young woman. Would travel. Summer.
COMPANION-Refined, educated male for 9,810, Outlook.
backward young man (10 tutoring); position GENTLEWOMAN, English, experienced MAINE
16 rooms, in good condition, on corner plot, offers attractive home and liberal compensa practical nurse, wishes position as traveling WYOW
86 x 200, in Bay Ridge, a suburb of Greater tion. In reply give full name, age, personal companion to lady or young girls. Good sailor DEN ON THE COAST OF New York.
Wide porches, open fireplaces, history, and references. 9,827, Outlook. and traveler, speaking French and Spanish. MAINE-For Rent apper mished, attractive cottage, on Dii
trees, garden. Suitable for small institu- REFINED companion, generally, useful, Highest references. Terms by arrangement. tion, sanitarium, school. 5,101,
Outlook. willing to do light housework. References. Lease, Box 834, Scarsdale, N. Y.
YOUNG woman desires position as travel-
as caretakers on small country place in
YOUNG English lady seeks position as ough knowledge of the care of cows. 9,846. Cross and Royal Army Service
companion-chauffeuse. Four years with Red FOR
in heart of the Adirondacka, Keene Valley. Outlook. sea and 200 ft. above it. 10 chambers,
For particulars apply to 5,115, Outlook. anniug water, Living-room 34 x 16,3
WANTED-Mother's helper, between ages
fornia preferred. 9,819, Outlook.
CAPABLE, pleasant, well educated Prot-
estant woman desires position as companion J. R. PRESCOTT, Newtonville, Mass.
Mrs. James Ladd, Ardmore, Pa.
to lady in home of culture and refinement. nished cottage, 8 rooms and bath, on Big Tup
Willing to travel. Highest credentials. 9,824,
Teachers and Governesses Outlook.
MAN, 27 years of age, college graduate, le, 2-story Bungalow, 45 x 60,
and private schools. Calls coming every day.
year's attendance in French Lycée, 8 months
with French escadrille, wants few months' om niet eerste oonding location 2.600 For Rent, Keene Valley, Adirondacks Sandingsirculara. Albany Teachers' Agency, Cost 6,000 to duplicate. Photos,
engagement as guide through Europe, compgta . CLAVE, 1 Madison Ave., N. Y. City: Large, completely furnished cottage,
linen, silver, etc., 3 bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, tele
TEACHERS WANTED-College graduatespanion, tutor. Can drive car. 9,839, Outlook. for all departments of schools and colleges.
SECRETARIAL companion, chaperon, phone, garage, magnificent mountain and September vacancies. Special terms for early
with travel abroad, by refined woman. Knowlned Cottage At Isle-an-Haut, Me., sumvalley views. Golf and tennis near. Address
enrollment. THE INTERSTATE TEACH- edge stenography, music, language. 9,842, reste 10 rooms, wide double verandas, M. 8. LUDLUM, 1827 Pine St., Philadelphia. ERS' AGENCY, Macheca Building, New
WANTED - First-class handcraft teacher
Teachers and Covernesses for . for girls' summer camp. Give training and
FRENCH lady, refined, experienced teachINQUIT, MAINE Electricity and bath. Meals at attractive Inn experience. 9,804, Outlook.
er, excellent references, wishes position for set asl Rent-Summer Cottages if desired; swimming pool at Inn. Enquire WANTED-Woman of refinement and tact.
summer. Chaperon, tutoring, private secrebly situated and completely fur8. H., General Delivery P.O., Englewood, N.J. Teacher whose time is free latter part of day
tary. Would travel. 9,721, Outlook. housekeeping.
and during the summer, or one who can de
REFINED young college student desires
FOR RENT ON LAKE GEORGE
companion to Furnished cottages. Golf, tennis, boating,
mother in care of two boys of school age. No boy or boys in private family. Athletic. fruit, Me. Beautifully furnished
Good references. 9,734, Outlook.
CO., Glenburnie, N. Y.
Comfortable home and very moderate amount TEACHER in girls' vocational school dy and 5 rooms, hall, kitchen, seven double
of time required, but applicant must have would like summer work. Governess. Girls' 1. Mas laundry, pantries, large porches,
good judgment and natural aptitude for camp preferred. References exchanged. 9,764, Appir est location. Superb views of moun
boys. 9,821, Outlook.
HOPKINS' Educational Agency, 507 Fifth COLLEGE graduate, successful boys'
tresses, swimming teachers, housekeepers, 9,795, Outlook.
WANTED-Position for the summer in
girls' camp. Will tutor. Highest references.
SITUATIONS WANTED 9,830, Outlook.
SUMMER work by English woman as libra-
Professional Situations rian, pianist, or teacher. 9,829, Outlook.
WOMAN RESEARCH EXPERT, EDI-
YOUNG Swiss lady, speaking French, Ger-
tive by good road from Bolton Landing, Lake TOR, AUTHOR, now holding responsible man, and English, desires position as gov-
companion with family going
moderate rental. Completely furnished carrying commensurate salary. Resourceful, COLLEGE GIRL desires position as govON ISLAND, ME. TO throughout. Five rooms (three thorough, versatile, has organized nationally
erness or companion.
Experience in college
president's family. 9,803, Outlook.
running water. Ice, wood, and magazine articles and two standard books.
PRIVATE school teacher of English, who
21. 9,831, Outlook.
likes housework, desires work June 23-Sept.
15. 9,805, Outlook.
RESEARCH, translation, editing, libra-
PARISIAN lady, education and refinement,
ries catalogued and resystematized, by young
head of French
department in leading school
lady, college trained and with extensive
desires to spend summer months vacation
with well educated and comfortable family to
speak and teach French, for expenses only,
no remuneration. No objection to traveling.
SECRETARY-Young woman, experienced,
GOVERNESS or nursery governess. Edu-
cated young woman, experienced, wishes to
YOUNG man desires position of superinhome, fully furnished, among
take charge of one or two young children.
References. 9,844, Outlook.
SPANISH, English teacher, American, 15
years Cuba, desires position teacher, superLADY desires position as assistant or take
intendent school, institution. Executive exBOARD AND ROOMS charge of linen room in an institution. 9,760,
perience both countries. Diplomas. ReferOutlook.
ences. In New York June. Mrs. Amy Grant,
FRENCH woman, teacher, desires summer
position, tutoring elementary or college
preparatory conversation. References. 9,814,
COLLEGE girl desires summer steno- Dutlook
Neurniture ; 7 master's rooms, 3 baths,
na of Maine, Short distance to State m Portland to Augusta; two miles
beautiful lake and Kennebec River. sirge rooms, large veranda, modern confireplaces, wood, telephone, place
Milk, freali eggs, fowl and some les could be furnished at market om the farm if desired. 5,135, Outlook. ASSACHUSETTS
el8600 for summer, $1,000
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TRYING to beat a train at a railway
crossing is declared by the Southern Pacific Railway to be, in its experience, the most prolific cause of automobile accidents. In three years 970 automobile drivers came to grief through misjudg. ing distance and time in trying to beat the Southern Pacific locomotives. A considerable number of reckless drivers actually run into the crossing gates in trying to beat the trains—122 accidents of this nature occurred in three years. A large number of cars get stalled on the tracks when trying to cross in front of a train. “A passenger train that is a quarter of a mile away is also only about a quarter of a minute away," says the railway's report, "and a quarter of a minute is pretty short time to effect an escape if in shifting gears the engine goes dead." Over nineteen hundred automobiles were wrecked at grade crossings on this railway in the period named.
Values Readily Apparent NAPKINS-Dozen
22 x 22 ins. $6.50, 8.75, 9.00 and up
24 x 24 ins. $11.75, 12.00, 14.75 and up TABLE CLOTHS-Each
2 x 2 yards $5.75, 7.00, 8.00 and up
Orders by mail receive our careful attention.
The programme of an amateur boxing bout, according to a daily paper, printed the first name of one of the stars as "Nut" instead of "Nat." The aggrieved boxer, on remonstrating with the pub licity man, was told apologetically that it was his first experience as a fight promoter, and "with such names as Pete the Gorilla, Young Samson, Battling Mike, and so on, Nut looked all right when the proof came from the printer.'
An American traveler, writing abou: "Invalid Europe" in a book with that title just published, says that he found Europe far less changed outwardly than: he had expected, and social life as it affects the tourist little different from what he had found it before the war. "Above all,” he says, "the American traveler especially tender of his own material comfort is likely to be agree ably surprised. No matter where he goes in Europe, he is enabled through the strength of his currency to obtain all the comforts and almost all of the luxuries that he may desire, and at fan less cost than in his own country."
SITUATIONS WANTED Teachers and Covernesses HARVARD graduate 1921 wants summer position as tutor and traveling companion. Excellent references. Write A. B. N., 6 Garden Terrace, Cambridge, Mass.
COLLEGE woman, age 27, as tutor or companion on trip abroad in return for expenses. 9,825, Outlook.
SUPERIOR native French teacher,'available next fall; college or school in or near New York. Highest credentials. . 9,828 Outlook.
Any Boy or Girl Can Earn
Money in Spare Time IF F there are boys or girls in your
family, why not encourage them to become Outlook salesmen in your neighborhood ? This outdoor work is good fun and is excellent training for a business career. We supply all necessary materials
start this work, and furnish complete suggestions as to how to proceed. No investment or experience is required. If a youngster is old enough to play marbles or spin a top, he is old enough to earn his own spending money selling The Outlook. Address applications to Carrier Department
THE OUTLOOK COMPANY 381 Fourth Avenue
MISCELLANEOUS MISS Guthman, New York shopper, will send things on approval. No samples. References. 309 West 99th St.
BOYS wanted, 500 boys wanted to sell The Outlook each week. No investment necessary. Write for selling plan, Carrier Department, The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave., New York City.
EXPERIENCED teacher, Bryn Mawr graduate, will chaperon and tutor two girls at lainily camp, Maine, July, August. Terms reasonable. References exchanged. 9,675, Outlook.
TWO normal or problem children can have country life at quiet seashore place this summer, in care of experienced mother holding master's degree in psychology. Specialty reryous or bad tempered children. Terms moderate. 9,832, Outlook.
AUTOMOBILE, Oak land sedan 1920, good condition, to rent for several months. 9,820, Outlook.
DR. Charlotte Hammond offers semi-invalids delightful home, good cheer, attention to diet, medical care. Paris Hill, Me.
WANTED-Invalid attorney desires imme diate financial help to publish profitable
Hide book and industrial almanac on SouthIn California for tourists, settlers, investors,
different. he in great deinand; half
Two good, sound tips for making money are described by Bruce Barton is "Collier's." The first is that of a finan cier who lived in the suburbs and wen to Wall Street only when bad news 50 on the front page of the papers an the brokers were filled with gloom, Then he bought. When news was amar ingly good he quietly sold. Thus by made a considerable fortune. The sete ond tip came from a man whose bus ness was finally suppressed by the Posy Office. He advertised an infallible rally for making money, for only a dollar The rule was: “Work like the devil an never spend a cent." The Departmex thought the advice sound, but its sa illegal.
Saving money is a good way to make it. The President of the Delaware an Hudson Railway tells how he saved "When I was a young man, I tried ver
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Quality of Material on the rest. From that time on I began
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167 Spark St., Brockton, Mass. son's 'Locksley Hall'” (“The nations' airy navies grappling in the central blue"?], says Mr. Shorter, editor of the London "Sphere," "but I like hearing of adventures so wonderful as those accomplished by these two young men." The young men were Sir Ross Smith
Buys and Sir Keith Smith, who recently air
100 planed from England to Australia. Mr.
and Millions Shorter says that he is "not thrilled by Billions
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Use them to mount all kodak the fact that both are K. B. E.'sknighthoods are cheap to-day,” but is
pictures,post cards clippings in albums Made in Squaro, Round, Oval, Fancy and Heart
It is scientific, constructive, interesting, and unvery much thrilled by what these young
of black, gray, Sepia, and red gummed paper.
biased in its treatment of the following and Slip them on corners of pictures, then wot and stick. QUICK-EASY-ARTISTIC. No muss, Do fuss. Al photo
other subjects: Psychic principles a necessary men accomplished at so early an age
supply, drug and stat's stores. Accept Do substitutos;
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there is nothing as good. 10c brings fall pks. And samples of Delty, man, and beast. Constructive ideals. they are only twenty-eight and thirty, re- from Engel Mfg.Co., Dept. 93-E, 4711 No. Clark St., CHICAGO What physical science has done and failed to do. spectively. They flew 11,500 miles over
Can psychic science succeed where physical sci
ence has failed? Religion and the Bible, in the four continents in 28 days and won IMPORTANT TO SUBSCRIBERS
light of physical and psychic science. The "fall When you notify The Outlook of a change in your $55,000 in prizes.
of man, and the breakdown of civilization. A
scientific explanation of the "new birth." The address, both the old and the new address should be
greatest of all achievements. Strikes and what "Don't be afraid of chewing gum,” given, Kindly
write, if possible, two weeks before they cost. Can the present discords be displaced the change is to take effect.
by friendly and constructive co-operation? Attisays "Teeth and Health," a book forti
tude of mind that are more lang us than
dynamite. What are the determining factors of fied by the degrees of its authors, T. J.
a successful civilization? Why humanity got the Dodson Wron Ryan, D.D.S., and E. F. Bowers, M.D.
Beautify Your Grounds with inquisition, the thirty years' war, the late world
war, and what has followed in its wake. What "One of the outstanding facts in con
Dodson Bird Houses_ an analysis of democracy and religion reveals. nection with the modern conception of
They never fail to attract the song
A novel suggestion as to teaching ethics in the
birds (Insectivorous birds) who in turn public schools. Limiting commercial privileges. tooth preservation is the increasing use
destroy noxious insects. The valuabla
What the business aim should be. Defects in the purple martin will catch and consumo
on an averase of 2,000 mosquitos a unlimited-state-ownership doctrine. Defects in of chewing-gum by our adult and ju
day, besides other annoying in- the idea on which we base our method of choos
sects; the song birds will protect venile population. Dentists have found
ing legislative representation. your trees,
shrubs and gardens from insects and their beauty
Many other questions on the vital needs of the that the exercise of gum-chewing brings
song will bring joy and happiness.
hour are discussed in this book. A limited numMr. Dodson has spent 30 years of loy
ber of copies will compose the first edition, which about a better nutrition of the teeth.
ing study of the song birds, their
will be sold only as follows: Fill out and mail The cleansing action of the gum in the
beautiful Bird Lodge' his bome on the following order blank.
Houses are a permanent Investinterstices of the teeth is a definite bene
To The Norlin Publishing Co., Stanwood, Wash.
built of thoroughly seasoned Oak fit to these organs. Therefore, while the
Cypress, Selected Whito Pino and
Gentlemen : You may send me one copy of Psychio
Red Cedar; coated Dails and the best Science and success, for examination. If I decide to keep it ruminant habit may not be commendable
lead and oil are used for their protection I will within three days after receiving it, either send you a against the elements. Built
under Mr. Dodfrom an æsthetic standpoint," the au
A book of few words
P. O. order for $1.75 or my check for $1.85, or return the book. son's personal supervision. $6
Order Now-Free Book, Your Bird FHende, thors go on to say, it is less objection
sent on request, ilustrating Dodson Line, Name
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The first prize goes to a woman who signs herself
“Lee;" the second prize (Derivative Compound)
to a soldier who signs A little ENO in water makes a bub.
himself “Corporal;" and
the third prize, as in the draught-Nature's true health drink
last contest, is doubled, which acts as an anti-acid, helps to correct a sour stomach, relieves indiges
two third prizes being tion, banishes headache and prevents
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woman who signs herself stagnated body waste, in Nature's gentle
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Katherine Carr Wilson
We publish herewith
a list of th
writers whose letters are deserving u DERIVATIVE
honorable mention. They are not note. COMPOUND Prepared only by
in order of merit: "Medico," "Martin K J.C. ENO, Ltd., London, S. E., England
James,” Maude V. Griffin, "A Quaker,"
"A Kansas School Teacher," Judson S Sales Agents : HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., Inc.
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