A Suggestion for Children

This summer while visiting relatives in Canada I noticed that my sister's children were much interested in a new sort of juvenile savings bank.

A small box with an aperture at one end and a slot in the middle of the top was left at the home of the young patron. Over the opening in the end a stiff piece of paper had been pasted, which was removed once a month, when the collector called for the contents and credited the amount saved to the young owner.

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Israel's Helper
February 5, 1903
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