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Identifier: friendreligiousl192021smit
Title: The Friend : a religious and literary journal
Year: 1827 (1820s)
Authors: Smith, Robert, 1752-1838
Subjects: Society of Friends Quakers
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : J. Richardson
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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bonds in denominations of $100, $500,$1,000, registerable as to principal.Authorized $5,500,000 To be presently issued $5,500,000 BANKERS TRUST COMPAJTr, NEW YORK, TRUSTEE Security: This issue is a direct first mortgage on the fixed assets of the Company nowowned or hereafter acquired. Net tangible assets, offsetting this issue, based on thebalance sheet of August 31,1920, after giving effect to this financing, will be $19,026,249of which $6,674,729 will be net quick assets.Earnings: Average annual net profits, after depreciation but before Federal Taxes andinterest on floating debt: 10 years to October 31, 1919 $2,311,217 Annual interest charges on this issue $440,000 Net profits for the 10 months ended August 31, 1920, on the same basis, were$1,167,935. Price at Market, to Yield About 8%.Full Detcriptloe Circular on Request. J. P. Magill & Co. INVESTMENT SECURITIES SPRUCE 7265 LAND TITLE BUILDING. PHILA. RACE 300B ESTERBROOKPENS Ester brook P^^s Are Noted forTheir Good Qualities

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The First American Pen Manufacturer who established the business at Camden, N. J., in 1858 HARRY S. LEE 313 WALNUT STREET PAINTER AND GRAINER ANTIQUE mi OFFICE FURNITURE RESTORED JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ESTIMATES WHY NOT TAKE UP FRENCH ? $S pays for book needed and assistance, bymail, for three months. This is an exceptionalopportunity for studying French at home. PROF. H. T. FRUEAUFF 26°South St. Cloud Street, Allentown, Pa. Reference, Davis H. Forsythe. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 550-552 N. 5th St., PHILA., PA. Sfiecial Attention Given to Funerah In and Out of the City. A Iso Chapel AceommoJationj for Funerah. Bell Phone : Established 1880 Friends Arch St. Centre 304 Arch Street. Philadelphia, Pa. Provides comfortaUe accommodations forguests by the day or week. Meals atmoderate prices.AlULIA D. FIATHERSTONI.FBoa*—UAasBi ISTL Premier Duplicating Co. Mimeographing, Multigraphing, Printing, Typ*-Lddresaing, Miulir- -*- THE FRIEND. Eleventh Month 4,1920.

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bookid:friendreligiousl192021smit bookyear:1827 bookdecade:1820 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Smith__Robert__1752_1838 booksubject:Society_of_Friends booksubject:Quakers bookpublisher:Philadelphia__Pa____J__Richardson bookcontributor:Allen_County_Public_Library_Genealogy_Center booksponsor:Allen_County_Public_Library_Genealogy_Center bookleafnumber:232 bookcollection:allen_county bookcollection:americana

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