Other Worlds: A Story Concerning the Wealth Earned by American Citizens and Showing how it Can be Secured to Them Instead of to the Trusts

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Lena Jane Fry, 1905 - Wealth - 199 pages
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Page 138 - These brains of ours need to be kept clear by plenty of rest, good food to keep the body vigorous, lots of pure air, exercise, physically and mentally. If we are attending to these necessities and look upon our bodies as an instrument that must be kept in tune as we would a musical instrument, then harmony will result. Harmony is the secret of concentration. Concentration leads to success.
Page 44 - I tried to make them see that our members, according to our rules, come first, and that the society wanted men and women to create wealth and those who knew enough to keep it for themselves instead of giving it to the capitalists.
Page 144 - I have loved you ever since I first saw you and I do yet; but if you love another I will never obtrude upon your affections.
Page 115 - Grandpa soon discovered that he is not so young as he used to be and laid back in the big arm chair to rest.
Page 136 - If I could only have had it before !" he said to himself ; "I would have known just what to do. Now I suppose I have lost her.

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