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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 24, 1913, Image 16

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A TRUE LIFE STORY OF 18-YEAR-OLD EVELYN
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from her own actual experiences in the hope that what she has to say may'
be of benefit to others.
EVERY PARENT SHOULD READ THIS GIRL'S STORY.
It is not fiction it is the true story of how one girl tried to "Be Good'1
and what she and others have experienced in avoiding pitfalls.
TOMORROW'S DAY BOOK WILL CONTAIN THE FIRST CHAPTER'
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The armor plate for safes patented
In the United States by a German is
of nickel, the advantage claimed be
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burn through this metal than
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of the hundred or two languages of"
India and Ceylon, is to be crystallized
in a dictionary, which is now being3
prepared by A. Mootootambypillai, of
Jaffna, Ceylon,
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