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 - WORK AT HOME. A Caatloa AgulaMt Fraadalaat...
WORK AT HOME. A Caatloa AgulaMt Fraadalaat Adverttoe- menta, baud by th* -nromra'a K. and I. DBIOO of Boa ton. The Women's EdacatlonAl and Indnstrial Vnloa of Boston, Mass., cautions all women women to be wary of odrertbementa and circn- lars prombdoK—on receipt of a certain (tim—work at borne, with large eominKi. We are mwirioK letters from women far and near' who bare been defrauded by these promises. Either tba person for- wanlinK the monejr gats no answer at all, or the materials and implemsnts sent are of litcia worth, or the flnhibed work is rejected rejected even if well done, or otbsr obstacles ars plac «d In the war. (tbs object beinc simply Ut vet rid of b»r). Tho parties ad- THriisliiK make frequsnt cbaoKs* of name an <l s <ldroM, with MIU * difference la circu- lap). They ars now sendInK uut tbroitgb the Unlt «d HUUM . Cauula and tba I 'roV- inees, bundi;e <ls of thousands of plausible cIrculoTs, well calculated to docaire. for not many of the hundreds of thonssnds of women receirinK them are aware that by a single advertisement any city Urm can get plenty of workers close at hand. I.earninK that tbfs OTII can best be checked by enlijcfateDing the pnbU^ we to- licite'l the aid of the press, and t^rfoilow- ing continuous notice appears In our daily najieni. each in turn giving it one week s insertion: " The Women's Etliicationoi and Industrial Cnlou, Tt Itorlston street, will alsdly rive in- 'orroatlon rrirardinK circulars and adrertlse- ments offoriag to women worlc st home." It is earnestly desired that newspapers everywhere help to eniiehten the pablic by copying the whole of this present article and by giving the alx >Te notice, or a similar one. frequent insertions; also that Women's Women's Associations. Tarionsly located, join us in this work, and by snitable odvertis- ine make themselres known as centers of information. Any needed assistance from OS will be gladly rendered. Indiridoals can aid by procuring the insertion of this article in their local papers. Such general concurrence of effort will save multitudes of women from sorrow and loss, work effectirely against the swindlers and promote the interests of the honest advertisers. MRS. ASST MonroN DIAZ. . President Women's E. ond L Union. Address letters to oar Employment Department, Department,

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  1. The Iola Register,
  2. 19 Mar 1886, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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