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Image from page 105 of “Eighth Annual Report December 5th, 1905” (1905)
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Identifier: eighthannualrepo1905farm
Title: Eighth Annual Report December 5th, 1905
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: National Farm School (Doylestown, Pa.)–Annual reports.
Publisher: Farm School, Bucks Co., Pa.: National Farm School
Contributing Library: Delaware Valley College, Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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ther—that is, theres a lead pencil of LlAUll ITICIIW^ FOR EVEFtY XJSE. Do you know whats best for yours? Dixons Pencil Guide will tell you.COPY FREE. JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE COMPANY, Philadelphia Branch 1020 Arch Street. Main Office and Factory, Jersey City, N, J. Insure your Dwellings and Furniture Against Fire, Lightning, and Windstorm in the ESTABI<ISHED 5< Over ,000,000 paid in losses. 1 • 1 J. 1 T n ESTABI<ISHED 50 YEARS. Agricultural Insurance Co. OF WATERTOWN, N. J. Assets, ,691,926. COST. r Brick dwellings, I3.00 per thousand for 5 years. FIRE AND LIGHTNING. Furniture |8.oo per thousand 5 years.WINDSTORM. I3.00 per thousand for 5 years. ^ ^^^JUnJg^er^^^^ 422 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Once Grown Always Grown The Maule motto for more than25 years. My new SEED BOOK FOR 1906 Cost over |5o,ooo to publish. If you have a garden you can have a copyfor the asking. Send a postal for it to WM. HENRY MAULE, Philadelphia, Pa. Stanton H. Hackett 242 South Second Street

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THE INTEGRITY Title Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Co. S. W. Corner Fourth and Green Streets, PHILADELPHIA. Capital Stock, Full Paid = 0,000.00Surplus and Undivided Profits 675,000.00Deposits = = = 3,500,000.00 BANKING DEPARTMENT Receives money on deposit, subject to check on sight, allowing 2 per cent, interest and 3 per cent,in Saving Fund Department, on tvifo weeks notice. Rents boxes for safe keeping of valuables,inburglar and fire-proof vaults, guarded by latest improved time locks, for .00 and upwards.lyetters of Credit and International Cheques for Travelers issued, available everywhere. TITLE AND REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENTExamines and insures titles to real estate. Collects rents, dividends, interest, etc Money loanedon mortgage and mortgages for sale. Attends to all details pertaining to buying, selling andconveying of real estate. IRUST DEPARTMENTTransacts all Trust Company business and acts in the capacity of executor, administrator, guard-ian or Trustee, taking entire

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Image from page 70 of “… Annual report of the Presbyterian Hospital in the city of Chicago, with the constitution, by-laws and charter.” (1907)
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Title: … Annual report of the Presbyterian Hospital in the city of Chicago, with the constitution, by-laws and charter.
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago
Subjects: Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago –History –19th century Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago –History –20th century Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago. Ladies’ Aid Society Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago. School of Nursing Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago. Woman’s Auxiliary Board Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago. Woman’s Board Rush University Medical Center. Woman’s Board –History –19th century Rush University Medical Center. Woman’s Board –History –20th century Women Societies and clubs –Chicago Chicago (Ill.)
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Presbyterian Hospital of the City of Chicago Shepard
Contributing Library: Rush University
Digitizing Sponsor: CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois

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Amount carried forward ,784.97 ,988.09 ,470.80 57 Amount brought forward ,784.97 ,988.09 ,470.80 Siegel, Cooper & Co 166.98 Bramhall Range Co 4.73 — 3,956.68 Expenses. Miss Craig and Treasurers, Associate Member-ship Work 21.80 Hurley Printing Co 11.25 J. A. Hopkins 4.50 Treasurer, for Postage 3.00 40.55 Christmas Expenses. Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co 32.36 32.36 Total Disbursements ,017.68 Balance on Hand ,453.12 Balance to the Credit of Maternity Building Fund 0.00 Childs Free Bed Fund 389.40 Christmas Fund 28.50 General Fund 635.22 ,453.12 Deposited. Illinois Trust and Savings 6.92 Northern Trust 796.20 Respectfully submitted, Elizabeth H. Black, Treasurer. 58 REPORT OF THE FURNISHING COMMITTEE Brooms and brushes » $ 65.35 Crockery and glass 682.54 Household utensils 367.45 Silverware 50.00 Blankets 394.91 Muslins 1,449.44 Tablecloths 22.00 Towels and crash 539.00 Wash cloths 52.63 Spreads 273.51 Sundries 59.85 ,956.68Mary G. McWilliams, Chairman.

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12 INCH ROENTGEN X-RAY OUTFIT 59 REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON DELICACIES DELICACIES CONTRIBUTED BY THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHESFROM APRIL 1, 1906, TO APRIL 1, 1907. 1,411 tumblers of jelly. 23 packages cereal. 394 quarts of preserves. 6 boxes biscuit. 48 pints of preserves. 1 package rice. 12 glasses of marmalade. 6 cans of corn. 116 Bottles of grape juice. 1 dozen boxes of gelatine. 15 bottles of wine. 3 quarts cranberries. 5 jars pickled peaches. 1 basket of pears. 12 pints mixed pickles. 2 baskets of grapes. 2 quarts chili sauce. 1 peck of applies. 1 pint piccalilli. 1 dozen mandarins. 1 bottle tomato butter. 1 basket of apples and nuts, 1 bottle olive oil. 2 barrels of apples. 2 bottles salad dressing. 1 barrel sweet potatoes. 3 quarts maple syrup. 1 barrel vegetables. 4 pounds prunes. 23 dozen oranges. 1 pound figs. 4^2 cases of oranges. 8 jars tomatoes. y2 case of lemons. 5 pounds sugar. 30 boxes of flowers. Cash, 3.19. Delicacies for Thanksgiving:2 barrels of apples. 1 barrel of cran

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