The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 6, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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.i-Ci?? III THE BACK
YARD IS CHEAP- VACATION
Iii ?ci Summer Outing for Families Unable to
TV lajt June thead of a
( ) household came home with the
"'J' ;VefcUiln that there could
T-.. b no summer- vacafwn tor- the
fr.i.i.y. tnt. ytr. UunncM was bad.
fctt'CKchnitmi wcr iio;csary- on all
idcj ana he no: onlv would have to
itav at the .office all through the sum-
n;r. bilt could not tifford to send his
wif or children uwa. That home was
rather glu:n fuf llu- next' itf-dajx
Alio .thj noi a- llttlo anAidy 'for
lh.hA:lHi (if The tcmilv ilrpnxed of the
" "t hV-S'iHi'nicr enpnse t;atr.
" 'Then tU mother who had as usual;
been trying to nuke the test of it saw
a way .'to theat. their bad luck. "Why
not have our ttsmir.e. otitmj right here;
1 f horn' Why not carnji out during
W ' ifa ' weather tn our own kvck
'vird?" The ?i'ig'tion va? stoutcd at
fcr$; a most good suggestion are when
lttebod) kf ihaki' tlicai; Neverthe-
kti. ihf.'irti:d ind. brougl-.t so many
toond arguir.ciun to prove hsr point that
at last the thitisf was tned as cn experi-
ment.: And t!ie cxpcr:mcnt was such a
luccQaJ ;ha: this pa.ticulnr family has
vowed never to i;iwil itnothcr ivnvner
Irf the houe no maner how many sea-
s!deB oj- ' mQiuiwn.. vafauons. thty" can
'tftord '" '
i i.ikc. dxi not mcrsharjly apply
only to tnoft whi CHiu i t "wy. for a
:oi';htuJuly. or August ?! is. an.cxr
wirrtit i.tp lor any ramifv ' 'i a large
fcicfc vaJi lr enaltVt fvrn-biuly" (Vet
ajnlts to ftvi the greatest aiiv-ttnt
oj btv.vht irniiiwlair l'Je- Of-coursu.
(H pvciailv guod for. tht chiidvn.
yp p?amini(j. tin. or any hivd of a
xa;f (At: . ar;. tu thing to jrcard
CrsThat-WiU Be-Useful Due-
r; 'irtoKjkt :
oftt'fHaft be; HvfS
.ht.f tTim fie?toaH' rfltrVf over
'thii and U.ff .'lonef bake for
tf&$ two'-hmn 'CuApen ihtops.
' t.is i t 'ViJce of butvev and servq . oh
r'KijiiWiIJbe parboiled then placed
ff.t'WeiedJ t Put the jar in the
1 1" -f of' a hole diw m- the. 'sand m
fH--TiteltM been 'kept bnrnimy vutil
( .1 W.t tfToughly; heated. 'Take nut
Wt Uranus put 111 U-Jr-oi ocans. tuvvr
.'rfft-iiud!anr k-avevjhf; Iktus ali l.iy
jr 'uilight'-to cook.-
i v"T-o btrtii 'fVh'. - Split; :;J?vt- the back
a"i-pW out hf backWinC: whole h v-
' i. lli'ftih 'about t4irc--qitarteTs of an
;.4 tfclt. vv I ciitt thHi be broilea 'ovcr
?ftSt;1Wkel iri "nf oven. ' ' '
S.-'ftui- thwndcry - weather- ha- wr.d
- lt'feeirfl ur don't throw it jwk; . ft
itt-t 'irtw" corn-cake for bref .:l
.' yfkh M of it teaspoonfui t i'U .
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tEt To Tlk and What To
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't-r yOMEN' seldom know what to
'VN V J take with them when they go
? J Ot 'A fcarnping: expedition.
D Wsijaa-is-.aoe joi.(..wlwe men
' i!? oyer them; tb'-y '
Cvv-i' tiw: kir inlcifhe' utmost sim-
pidiy to BiichrriOre easiW. Ai. a mat
A Kt W'f 0"lni mak- the
T- -iV(C'Wt. takii8 en9.ug!i. lint thv
Af asuady.loj.tbu(!lv.es. down
V ...'Jot'oi th(tHts .tW.Vv nd to; their
'urprisc. thSOiicy Jnyttiv.i:i tanip.
f FOR GIRLS
C : SiOr.?Particular Branch for Which Your Talents Best
ft.rvWtei3. Yu Specif' Qualificationa Kow. Required
ufc; ? tb kIi. iOi wisJieB; to fit ; ply. Bdiool. and homo visitors district
-k":t lwii2.' fu -ti'J)faitt I-wowlUr! numcHi- idayxrouiiiU evening tiwer-
..'"' ''.. ' Mf- v Wy- Kli ditfftrt titlumwta and plan fieahalr tripa
.. ' ""hranchef.' of iwdatJoiiJ' (of ' dunng the Biimtper vacation. Should
"'mk''i:. br; aw"tfccprpj.. d select you have a fondness fur actUement
tbo one for which you are mout fitted.. aitdvsoeioiogicl woik. teach in a big
' " 'TMuufWr' jrttur of teachers; know. ; city- Tho cunoentratlim of eoun'.iy
'' 7ttiii HU1 lKssil.tllitleH better : aehooU goes on and 1 hat. too. ir. lo-.-'
tbM.ytm kcow them Joutselt and they coining a Koe.inl and coelololcal. on-
wUl be your bwrt. advisers. ter.
Modern eduestionai nietnoas ae-
irbj Um: child be' fitted to be-jni.o that the. child ha a brain which I a long one. Domcstio art which in-
vabtaMo elttisen. Hooks' are I he must' learn io use for himself -j tludos di;;r.iri; nnd. making Rowna
. ; . . ... - ... - ... t I I. .-I 1 )t ll... I ... lnn.llnnli
4 i nkrt' of-tht. scheme of - eduea -
"! '. fb eliild '-. want - the Kcieiice studlon. The band of the chi ! Ik tho
jl"o! Manual training; but he wauta problem to-day. Tho fate off! aev
t 'i tralnia -to..- Thi'ee esiontialB 1 demic bieh-iK-licol tremhiea In i; h:il-
"Vlbi nuiicm.teaeher jntist reeog- anee. The majority of boys a-wl girls
i.'r-i the cJiJl has a m-.Tt a.
trin mm a hand. The teacher mut.i Manual trauuug nifiii-sciiooifl are ov r-
mii bli Iovt his- sympathy bo bis j crowded; IHy are eager to work at
lritrliK comfort and his tower of th force and. in the macliino shops.
f:r?t'i. jfuaoUiex in the big city
h.i. Tj. Jntriiito4 In the home-life
"Bat ttve. housing and the
-v "-mt. lHif. uuiilla.. ikiards.
. iji-rw4cBUtfB aup
against : rainstorm and mosquitoes.
The family I have mentioned were for-
tunate in having a small jjardvn-house
as a nucleus for their sleeping-quarters.
But failing this it is easy to get a tent.
If there i a garden-house however it
is necessary to reinforce the roof with
brown khaki tarpaulin is liable to make
it too hot. The area of the summer-
house can be extended by planting a
couple of pole some six feet from the
entrance' and roofing in the intervening
space with white duck or brown khaki.
Tliei mosquito netting should be
double' and slurred' on wires at the top
so that it : can easily be pulled back.
Outside this a screen of Japanese bam-
boo that can be raised and lowered on
pulleys. This can be purchased very
Instead of bringing out the whole bed-
stead the springs can be brought uut
and either laid right on the floor or on
four wooden blocks from four to six
inches highi Awnings of unbleached
cotton sheeting will keep out the rain
eiiwtively.' They will only be necessary
when rain is accompanied by a high
wind ami driven in a slanting direction
CasupjiiR in. the back yard .combines
all thy pleasures of open-air. ilenhig
without- any. of the usual camp draw-
back. JJrestiug and undressing can
alwsvi brd me in the home thus giving
the inniily all the benefit of the .bathroom.-.
'I le timal procedure is to jump
rigln out of bed; into a dressing-gown
nmi scurry througli the parden so :is to
avoid tlio curious eyes- of. t!ic-ni-ig!:b.n.
Meals can be t;iken oi't doors on the
ytrtitida. or in the dining-room on wit
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h irifS t'-f r s'-te rAv?;f rf.
i -i'-'j-V"!' 1 wi V? . Ji 1 ''. 1 irl
v-. r .. tiJMt:.-i. i- j
f.j i ' ( A i s
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' f-Th ttwt $(J4fJW'gt i'ec.t C')nvenle::ce with Eio.iom.y 6t Space
They usually. It. vs ih? feeling 'Weil
I'd . bettir tabe t'..;'i Vess. vM never
i no tearner oi. roursr iniwi leeon-
.i That conies Ju her rer.ulur neyicuricai
are leaving nigh-schooia to po to woru.
Girl ciowd.ihe domostio acience and
j tbo ai ts and. crafm dejiartmeuta. I
am nut gomtr.to ioiiow oui una iab-
clnattng subject of how the human
- j band is dlniU ;d to day but to oujj -
One wort.tn wlw has had considerable
experience has worked' the problirn out
and found out exactly .the ljiiiiin.uiiil kil
necessary for a reason;. degree of
f . t -AT.
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comfnrt. And nothing- is more micom-fort.-dilo
in- camp.- than excess . bajry.ige
jlcrii is tJie lis-t ff ..things nuist wonu.-n
will 'find siiH;:!.:!': . :; ..' .
( tie - .sweat i;C ojr lo.Osc-fit I ing ' j acket
with poi'ketu two skirts (one of these
should be al least i inches from tlie
ground for . v;;;lkiu t ) a soft felt hat
with a f.iiilv wide brim woolen gloves
wJ fV I I
iv.d navi!1 ivi.-.'r?. attai ned o:i -
io . Ulfc 1 l ui
! hki tn vo.i th if if oj '.ir.vn the true 1
teacher .Knhit :ud ukilful nru.orn !
I hour Si iou li.t v .l if it over-ituii:h honk
lore you eti.ii find ur niche in leach
ing inan::;d t-t.;n:;i;;.
Many r-s.c'wr-s who have taught tho
hrutichei unii) lin-y aif tired In
i-r-rve:! ni.1 luai:) iiiiu lo leaching do-
nusiic ".;t;. v.i! p'll"f. 1 have In
mind ono inn.-b tcaehor who studied
uanu'sUc :c!-une d v loped latent tal-
ent hh a wrli;' nnd is much healthier
wmlthier r.;Tt; haii'iiei- tliati Bhe was
wliilo (eaeliiiii; in tho p;nidod school;?.
Posit ::p.3.r v.iiioun kindi come to
women who study this braneh diet-
1stn in hesv'.taU .hotels and inittitUj
tkm.V. hetuiera :t county Institutes
and fairt; h monstvators for food
mantifaeturera; '::rtpi!on of books on
cooi;-r5 ; ivipovhv.oitters v. Uh reeipea
for difrcrotit io-.-d jrol'wts tho list tn
aitu .an . . iv i a i o. w.-r.
offers. i-Oisibiiities' io the competent
tencjior then in ' v
The Blngcn of ti:o day ! v .;:' hUse.
Uullc-d Hi.t'3 S-mai 'oj!j;ressiavi
and.. nnii'ijjtiHionl . m-:i Ja every 'liao
considnr u vortii. while u b.-.':).; n.n
authorit: on cue Rtihjvct roKr-w tlu-ir
example. lV-chh! upo.n (;. or tv;o
mibjWta and woik with a vll! 'to ai-
duii'o everv hit f JufontiiUMa po
Clhlo vet'iivill';': i-iC-J". Ile.v.i t'oeKi
lit lend i'.!ct":v- tnd rla'Rt' n-.d p-
1 feci ' youmlf lu evoiy pootl.o vji..
' . T 1
pair cotton two cliatipes of woven un-
ilerwear (.not too ligiu about' medium
Wuiglit i;i best for the woods) half a
dozen handkerchiefs and a couple of
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Camp. In tjie 3fck; Ya;d -Inejcneniilvo
mckties a silk handkerchief to protect
the neck from the sun one flannel wrap:
per .-.ml a pair; of knitted bedsack.. fur
sleeping one rubber cunt such .as is
used for motoring (the new rubberized
silk will be found light and serviceable
but nerhaps not heavy enough to be im-
pervious to a really bad storm) very
f ill 1 around the Imttoin so that it may be
used to cover tlie knees and lap when
in a canoe one pair of oil-tanned water-
proof shoes with high tops one pair of
ordinary shoos for wear around camp in
the evening" one draw-string bag for
toilet articles and a smaller one for
Jf you don't want to do your own
washing and-are going in regions where
it will .be impossible to get it done it
will be found' advisable to tak along
some sets of old underwear that you
are ready to throw-away so that you
may wear and discard them as you go
To Cook Bacon
Wlirn placlric the slices of bacon in
th pan overlap them so that each
strip of tho lean rests upon tin fat
of the slico of bacon next It. Then
place tho pan in a hot oven. By this
method even If fried in the pan upon
lire top of tlie stove tho lean will be
tender and not turned dry and hard
and tho fat will be crisp and cooked
Provisions Necessary for the
Commissariat the Value
of Powdered Milk
ERE is a list of provisions to
be taken along when you go
' ' Hour. rice beans bacon
pork butler lard chocolate coffee tea
milk sugar baking-powder dried
fruits extract of beef dried eggs and
dried onions ; -
W ith this list you will find you have
plenty of variety to satisfy even camp-
ing; appetites as in the woods dishes
seem palatable that one turn? one's nose
up at when at home. The rice will
serve as cereal for breakfast as dessert
Look beyond the immediate sum of
money thus spent to tho fact that yoa
are ineieasing your caimclty to earn
much more money.
Attend college tf you can. The pres-
ent educational system demands
teachers with this training. The high-
est positions are-.opon to college grad-
uates. What is your college? i the
first question nsked when ym apply
for a teacher's pouitiou. It v.'ill he ten
times easier for tho college graduate
to obtain a position as toucher in any
line than for the j-;ir.l with only bijTh-
school and normal-school truinir.ir.
Your. proles.'Hii's aro as anxious to
hnvu their gradpatea "land;' lire posi-
tions as pupils are to obtain them-.. It
brings credit to a colh-ro when its
Kraduates lil! high places Surerin-
tend'Hits of city sehools s;o among
graduates of-their alma-mater for
Tuition Is Chei.
If vo-.i tiark a eo!l'?o course beyond I aro plad to keep it out at a trood rato
rou "it. Is beeiiiso vou have not lookodjof Iatiuest. You only need enoush to
: tho 'matter. Soud' tor- tho cats- start you to college. ' After you are
loriuea of your -Btaw nniveralty and ' started you' will find there aro scores
otfcr.r roih-i-a. Yva will be surprised of ways In which you can help your-
to c-3 hv.tr little tuition cos's fchoald
o;r have tj teach to earn the money
t.;!;o coi-.rnes at-summer schools or
i.avo tn.til you can take ono or two
)( ar;f leave of cbsenee. ICxporieme
i i t-j;vf lihu? wi'l count for much In col-
li.ro work; You will find helping
hands i?:tei:dod to you on every slug
as a studeiu-muuy scbuUrsklps eu-
and as vegetable. It is more nourkh-
iiitf than' fututGcs ntid far eus-i'. r to carry.
It is inuiJi better to get powdered milk
than' the condensed variety king more
r n s
5 t UV
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palatable and more portable Von
simply have to add the milk-powder to
fiiv-li water and lot it- stand; a. few. mo-
ment'. With quit .br.arid if ; you let it
stand a few hours Vream will rise to
the surface. By the side of this device
canned milk seems clumsy. The dried
fruits will make excellent desserts. As
for the extract of beef the best and
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Vt- f(fOTAJ.'.WtlU It
Preparing th Eveiilnt;' Ileal In
most ; expensive- is the cheapest . beiny
at least twice as strong as the. ..domestic
brands ' . -' u ' . ' .
dowed by societies and Individuals
Students' Aid committees Y. S C. A.
college branches. These all make it
possible for any girl to go through
colliwo if she has grit and ambition.
Tho one thing to guard against is to
try and do too much work outside
while taking your college course.
Many pills who have helped them-
selves through colleges and many col-
lego der.ns have told me timt it is bel-
ter to borrow the money for your
studies and to work les3 bard. Re-
member that your earning capacity is
to increase all the time; you will be
able to pay the money loaned event-
ually. If possible borrow of business
concerns or banks rather than per-
sonal friends. Rant money as you
rent your room. That Is what paying
interest moans so it need not frighten
you so. If you borrow one thousand
dollars you pay sixty dollars year
"rent" for It thirty dollars every six
months. That is sir. per cent inter
est. Porsons who have money to fend
H.'il mroilKn. una now veijr ti-onoii;ii:-
ally the plrls live. Astda from the
chance of higher positions even the
Vnitiid States Government seeks c:n-
ployps w-i;h specinl talents you will
form staunch friendships that will last
throuch endnrinjr years and will bo a
powerful influence for you socially
and every other way. Finding your-
ft V -
TEST LIFE RECOMIIEHDED '.
FOR HEALTH AND PLEASU
Saves Paying Rent and Benefits
. ... That Should
( ; By ANNA M
SPENDING the summer "in tents
is becoming more and more pop-
ular all over the United States
It is not by any means a privi-
lege reserved for the well-to-do nor
is it suitable only for the robust. On
the contrary it is especially recom-
mended to people of small incomes
who don't know what to do to avoid
the rigors of excessive heat in stuffy
city apartments and rooms. And as for
the sickly it will put new health and
strength into thenl and not only enable
them to withstand the dog days but
will actually make the hot weathe'r a
benefit to them..-. ' '-
' Many .New York p?ople have -found it
a great solution of the summer problem
and the tent space on City Island is now
applied for and taken tip' before fie cud
of May. On the outskirts of stU large
cities you will see otherwise- vacant
ground occupied all through June July
August and part of September by tents.
Many people who own unimproved land
they' have bought for investment maUc
such use of it. abandoning 'theit town
residence and thus making; Jbinmcr 'on
lou(? vacation. - Jf '?
If you don't happen to own any land
that you are buying on the instalment
plan it is easy enough to rent tent space
for a small sum. If you rent your home
by the month you can even save money
during the summer as the rent of the tent
space is about one-quarter the rent of even
a small house or apartment. -The writer
knows of one family that saved enough
v - t
(Ml A .
'. .. . J" V -'K-
Front of tlie- Tent Under the Pines.
through living in tents to pay the first
hisfalment of an acre of ground. And
l his does not take into account the cash
TEAIMKG IN PEDAGOGY IS ' )
WITHIH EASY; REACH OF ALL i
Courses at State Universities Cost Extremely-little Plauty i
1 V; ' of Summer Schools &4 Scholarships j '
self In a strange city you will secure
entree into the bent homes through
the local branches of your college fra-
ternities. Dresa Well .
Dress your prettiest and smllo your
brightest if you tench. Children are
very susceptible to pretty clothes and
winsome ways. Do not take your pro-
fession too serlonsly never forgetting
tho schoolroom day or night. Do not
iucutify yourself with teachers to. the
exclueton of other friends. Make all
the friends yen cat: outside your pro-
fession as well as within it. Enjoy
your family and social life. Leave
becoming a nervous wreck with
wrinkles and an Indifference to dress
friends and pleasures to narrower
minds. You are entitled to a normal
happy life; live it.
Now there is also tho cold hard
business side of tho jrfeat profession.
One of my strongest reasons for urg
ing you to specialize and lo work to-
ward biftber. positions- is the starva-i
tiou . watvm puid In the grado .school?
in most Statui and cities. To live do-
the Whole Family Mistake:
tfe Avowed : :
value of the health and. addd.vitjtfCT
that was gained by tho. open-ail1 fiv
ut course you nave to oe catemi
choosing the site-of your cafn; just tfc'
when you choose a house. It ought to
be near trees and. it must. be" close to
a good supply of drinking-water Suchf
site3 however are available within easy!
distance of most towns. Of course it
has to be reasonably near a railroad st-
tion or car line in order that the. rhtjiti
of the house may go into business every
morning. : -.
A mistake frequently made is to pitch
the tents right in the dense shade under
the trees. This secures an admirably
damp and thoroughly unhealthy location
especially after a northeast storm. DryV
ness is the first essential for a carjip.Sndl
dampness is one. of thetivils njr5st'tq be
guarded against. Un'ess the site ' is
drained naturally it will be necessary
to dig trenches to carry off the rain and
seepage after a storm." The " proximity
of the trees is desirable in order that the
family may find refuge in their shade
durimr the' beat of the day not in order'
that they may sleep in their damp ir.idst i
If Ml I II . "... .
li pnssmic one nouiu pucn ine tamp i
so that the trees will shelter it to a cer--(
tairf extent from the northeast winds. j
It will be found necessary after a rain- j
storm to dry the air-in-the tent with a t
small oil stove audi roljup . the Wayi..J
so that the sunshine may get in-andj j
Hood it. ' .. . ' -
If the family is large it will.be better .
to have two or more tent one for-
sleeping one for the dinipg-rooin andy
one for cooking1. The larger the family :
of course the-more tents-will be re- '
quired. A small-one about 7 x o will
do for the kitchen; if necessary a large-
one about 1 1 x with a fly projecting
0 feet can he used' for . a combination
sleeping- and dining-room.
Tents for use all. summer should of
course have floors Thcie can be made'
at small cost but as a matter of.. fact;
the task is so easy that almost any.marn'
in the slightest degree able' to use. hii;
hands can make them himself. They;
should be of: spruce boards- about 'io '
inches wide nailed to 2 x 4 scantlings
AVrdl tents will be found the most- scry- ';
iccable made of white duck from iff. to."
12 ounces in wcigh.vith.an extra roof -and
flies of brown khaki. This extra!
roof is a great boon fhe air space be-
tween the two canvas roofs r.iakv the-
tent water-tight and ' keeps ..down.'. thM
Ipmni-r.-ttnre. . . .-
O.tcnsils and furniture should b;.. re....
duccd to the utmost simplicity ccnj'jat-
ible with real' comfort.' It is adv'.jablc.
to use Japanese paper napkins and tables .'
cover of oilcloth. The. cheapest and.-
thickest china should be used as.deji.cate
ware is too liable to be. broken under1
such conditions. For lighting candies
and oil lanterns with large reilectors 1
for reading purposes. As for the urni-'
ture bed springs laid on the flbpr of ; -
the tent or on plain home-made wooden "'
frames a couple of old chiffoniers 'Small '!' t
iron wash stands and two or tbrbe'
clothes-trees will be sufficient. It will
be found that folding; canvas steamer
chairs are wonderfully comfortable for '.
lounging and easily moved about while1
camp stools are best for the dining-"
room. An oil stove will furnish rdl the !
fuel necessary for cooking. By tlj; way- .
there should be a covered way from the
kitchen to the dining-tcnt.
It seems hardly necessary tq fpeak of
the advantages of the scheme .quite' '
apart from the healthiness of it One '
thine however will appeal to tho hb.use-
wife and that is the comparatively easy .
housework. No rooms encunihiral
with furniture and .bric-a-brac to. be
swept and dusted; no weekly house-..! .
cleaning' hardly any of 11ie.ihou'aad.and; '
one jobs that kep a woman busy m a
home rem. 7 o'clock until the dinner is .
cleared away. TJic few small Vugs
necessary for the ten( floors. tail be
shaken and . swept iii five. nimute.s-ih '
fact apart from getting ihc liicaiji. ormV
hour's work a day should. dispose ai all'-!
the cleaning that has it be. don? !ri ihe :
camp. ...... ......
'.' ' - ' - :X ';f :
cently Ut is alrpfoat essential that
teachers have ecme wage-earning c-'
paelty outside school. The Depart-
ment of Labors statistic of -wages la-
various occupations show that un-
skilled laborers' wages approximate
those of teachers more c'jsely than
thoso of skilled labor do The gen-'
eral average yearly salary of all teacn-
ors In ono State is 39476. Laborer
tn slaughtering and meat-paciclng In- 1
dustrias average f 530.40 per year; i
street and sewer laborers in; public i
employment average $535.60 Skilled. '
laborers bakers for example earni !
cn an average $884 per year and: i
stone-cutters $1191" per year. i
You will sea froai this that unlew
you board at homo nr have aa income- I
asido from thai yr ... ; -cctvo teaching i
in graded lubl! -a .. you cannot .'
live very lau'"ai.-:dy on the ' sabwy '
This expblns i. ij.dilReult to mv'
euro-.t.v.i: i ? tao public schoola
ru:d v i.y c'.'.-.i.-; is . considered but '
itej..:i.r;':-- to other profesuioni.
s a vuto leac iters stay in the public
s-hccln on aa average of four yeartJ "'
ihoa they Bpeclulite '.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 6, 1910, newspaper, July 6, 1910; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc614880/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.