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The Use And Need Of The Life Of Carry A Nation

Auhtor: Carry Nation

Language: english

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Review by A. Dent, July 2005


Rating: (***)
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Use And Need Of The Life Of Carry A Nation':

... told how the saloon-keeper cast her off and that she died a miserable death. While I was there the State Temperance Union had a meeting in ...
... of a nuisance are not legitimate property and have no rights in law. Damages cannot be recovered for their destruction by an individual. ...
... and fathers, murdered before their eyes, without the sign of a protest from the government under which they live. The outrageous unfairness of ...
... up, clapped my hands, saying: I have this from God, this divine Gift. I went below in the basement that I might give vent to my gratitude, and ...
... Take it and use it for me. And he did and with it wrought more wondrous things than Egypt and her proud king had seen before. ...
... principle of prohibition burned in their hearts. When England would oppose the colonies, it was prohibition that smashed the tea, over in Boston ...
... by our former candidate for governor, Rev. Thomas Landon, Rev. James Parker, a former state chairman, and myself, who offered the resolution. ...
... of The Heart of a Hero. There was a very vile saloon kept by a Mr. Donoghue. This man stationed police to arrest me if I went in his place. ...
... poem, a sort of a `Lead Kindly Light' poem, for we were lead of God, who is the Light of the world. And we intend to follow on until this vision ...
... national organ. It shall secure and distribute literature for the aggressive work of the Federation. Sec. 5. The fourth Vice-President shall ...
... temperance lecture, both within the half-hour. (The latter she calls a prohibition lecture - hating the word temperance, as applied to drink.) ...
... only a gentleman of the highest personal character, but is a physician whose professional abilities have been severely tested, and received the ...
... a book stand on this corner, when I was a boy once he asked me to stand here in his place as he was sick. I would not, now I would expiate that ...
... a visitor, very frequently the lady would bring a nurse to care for one child or children, she might bring with her. Oh, how pleased the black and ...
... often go with abandoned women under the influence of that drink that animates the animal passions and asks not for the association of love, but the ...
... paralyzed, for I had told him it was a warning and all the circumstances. From that day to this I have never had any fear of fire. ...
... Lodge that I drank beer in a dive. So I went to Hank O'Bryan's restaurant and said: Some of these jointists are telling that I drank in a dive. ...
... of these were afraid for me to plan for them, so I kept very quiet. It was finally agreed that Mrs. A. L. Noble and Mrs. Runyan should go first ...
... I also had four bottles I had bought from Southworth, the druggist, with Schlitz-Malt in them, which I used to smash with. I bought two kinds ...
... but in none did I ever see a rotary, except in Wichita, a large iron cage, with one door, the little cells the shape of a piece of pie. Perhaps ...