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Image from page 98 of “The Saturday evening post” (1839)
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Identifier: saturdayeveningp1933unse
Title: The Saturday evening post
Year: 1839 (1830s)
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Publisher: Philadelphia : G. Graham
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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stood his elder son, a narrow, almost piti-fully faithful young man with a black eyeand no humor, a young man who couldhardly be expected to rise, ever, beyondthe position of head bookkeeper in someChicago firm. Do you mean to say, cried the youngman now, tremulous with the confusion ofemotions that he firmly believed a simplesense of duty to his breed—do you meanto say that youd allow that fellow hereafter Percy, Mrs. Green broke in, do yourealize who youre speaking to! He insulted my sister and attacked mebecause I was endeavoring to protect her.Am I to understand that papa—its badenough to have Goldie and the twins allrunning loose The young woman mentioned at thispoint quietly slipped from the room. Theywere fairly started; theyd be at it forhours. Mrs. Green called out: Goldie, whereare you going? and then helplessly lether go. VI GOLDIE put on her hat and closed thescreen door softly. Why she took thisprecaution she couldnt have said. Thatshe should be going out was nothing;

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He Pelt Hlmielf In the Right, and He Knew That Right Matt Jllways Triumph nearly every evening she did that—some-times to the movies, or to dance halls ofwhich her parents and Percy had neverheard, where her astonishingly sane exuber-ance found expression in primitive motion,or on automobile rides. But this lastusually by fours, seldom by twos; forGoldie knew men. To-night she avoided the front porchesof her usual girl companions. She wantedto be alone. She was downright serious atheart. For the first time in her life she sawthe family of which she was willy-nilly amember with a degree of detachment, andthe picture was not bright. Papa was on atreadmill; that was clear. And Perce wasbound straight for another. One of thesedays hed marry a pretty little thing andhave a string of kids, and the pretty littlething would grow indolent and fat. Perce,like papa, believed pathetically in quaintold notions of duty and patient industryand meekness. The world, of course, wasnt like that.It was

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Image from page 163 of “St. Nicholas [serial]” (1873)
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Identifier: stnicholasserial4721dodg
Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Box 28 ^r^V^V^^ IF^I electrical, rope, airplane, ■ I I I piano, pipe-organ, Hat, hoops,^ft JH ■ H ^^^m bale-ties, tacks, nails, barbed- ^U^U H wire, concrete re-inforcement, H H H ^ springs, netting, wire fences,W W ^^^^ vL^^^H steel posts, trolley-road wiresand rail bonds, wire wheels,atito-towing cables,horse-shoes. Illustrated Books Describing Uses, FREE F. Baackes, V. P. & G.S. A.CHICAGO American Steel & Wire Co, BETTER THAN THE MOVIES, some kids say. Let ELFASINATOR entertain you. For kids from 8 to 80 years. FUNBY THE HOUR. Six kinds all different 10c for 1, 15c for 2, 20oJor 4 or 6 for 25c. Send coin, thrift stamps or money orders toMazecraft, 820 Oakwood BldK., Chicago. HI.

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DESCOM-10-01
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Calendar of movies being shown at Deseronto Bayview Theatre (formerly Naylor’s Theatre) during the month of December 1947.

The films shown were: The Razor’s Edge, Lady Luck, Trail Street, Beat the Band, Notorious, Three Little Girls in Blue, Genius at Work, The Michigan Kid, Calcutta, The Shocking Miss Pilgrim, Vacation in Reno, Dangerous Millions, Blaze of Noon, I’ll Be Yours, Jungle Flight and The Great Victor Herbert.

Surrounding the program are advertisements for Deseronto stores and businesses: The Ross Marketeria, Dunn’s Grocery, E. M. Roach Groceries, E. J. Gardner (hardware), Therrien’s Groceries, J. D. Dawson (Ford dealer), Sauer’s Clothing, Loral Clement (hardware), Malley’s Drug Store, L. E. Gordanier (decorator), Lloyd’s Lunch, Leo Palmer (Barber) and Jackson’s Food Market.

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