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February 11, 1893

THE KEELEY CURE INSTITUTES.

JAMA. 1893;XX(6):164. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420330026009

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Abstract

Going, going, going and gone!

Advertisements similar to the following may now be found in the current daily newspapers:

At 42 South Curtis St., this Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock, auction sale contents Keeley Institute. Iron bedsteads, hair mattresses, good bedding, sheets, blankets, slips, etc., etc. Folding beds, office furniture, range, plated ware, crockery, etc., etc. Sale peremptory.

Elison, Flersheim & Co.,

Auctioneers.

The sustaining efforts of Parson Talmage, the gullible press and philanthropic spasms of Keeley himself were not sufficient to sustain the fad for the half of a half decade.

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