March 8, 1896
Mrs. Chas. Turner,
North Freeman, Maine.
Good Will Farm.
On which are five homes for needy boys, is supported by voluntary contributions. The home contains sixty boys. The property is held by the Good Will Association, which is under the laws of Maine.
An endowment fund is much needed and a friend unbeknown
to those interested adopted a plan to secure funds and one in which he
asks your aid. Make three copies of this as I have done and changing
only the date putting on the next higher No which will be 46 send this
Rev G. W. Hinckley,
East Fairfield, Maine
Send also the names of those to whom you wrote and
a dime. Sign your name at the end of each copy. Anyone not wishing
to do as requested will please send to Mr. Hinckley. Although it
may seem a small matter yet anyone who does not send a dime and copies
will seriously injure the enterprise. The one receiveing No 50 will
please send it to Mr. Hinckley with a dime as that ends the chain.
Mrs. G. A. Page
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