The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, March 26, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Mr. William A. Ilndfcmt will answer
guestlons mul i;lvo ml leu 1'UI'K OK
COST on nil nulijects pertnlnlnK to tho
tubjoct of UulldltiK' for tlio renders of tills
paper. On account of lili vldo expe-
rience ns IMItor Author mul Manufnc-
turcr lio Is without doubt tlio highest
authority on nil these subjects. Addrost
ill Inquiries to Wllllnm A. Hartford No.
194 I'lfth Ave ChlcnRo. III. nnd only
inclose two-cent stamp for reply.
Sometimes four bedrooms are need-
d. It Is very desirable that chil-
dren should hnvo bedrooms of tholr
)vn for their cxcluslvo UBe ns soon as
they nro old enough to Bleep by them-
selves. In order to get four good bedrooms
It Is necessary to build a good-sized
house. You can got four little boxeii
of rooms In a Hinall house but It Is
never very satisfactory. Mttle bed-
rooms too often lnck light nnd ventila-
tion and these nro two very impor-
One reason why I like square houses
and recommend them Is tho fact that
rou can get a bedroom In each cor-
ner upstairs nnd have two windows in
each room tlmt are diagonally oppo-
site to each other co they may be left
3pcn to create a current of nir that
will come nnd go continually. Since
the picvalcnco of contagious diseases
Imb been traced to defective ventila-
tion people are pnylng more attention
to this feature of building.
Sutibhiuc la the best disinfectant wo
have bo it behooves us to provide
largo windows nnd plenty of them.
TImo was when wo covered our win-
dows outside witlt blinds. Soma peo-
ple hnvo wooden blinds outsldo nnd
wooden (Vicncsnlrc) blinds Inside.
In addition to these microbe collectors
and sunshine bnnlshers 1 hnvo often
Been two pairs of curtains over a win-
dow besides n dark bhnde which was
kept down a good deal of the time bo-
ill- hf i
sAsjj uaILJ V.'
causo too much light was likely to
fndo tho carpets.
Ono of the best signs of tho tlmcB
Is the fact thnt carpets have gone out
of fashion. It is Impossible to keep
a carpet clean. There Is so much hard
dlsagrceablo work nbou tnklng it up
nnd putting It down ngaln thnt nobody
Ilkos to tncklo the Job so it Is put off
ns long ns possible. The fnshlon of
using a little hotter flooring so the
wood may bo varnished or polished
then partially covered with rugs is
the most sensible and most beautiful
fashion in houso finishings wo havo
hnd since the old pioneer log houso
days when tho plno boards wcru left
baro nnd scrubbed until they looked
-sn mm8..i7L-iT' ".
'' ''us.CS' ft 'JQiffe
First Floor Plan.
' n-lilto enough nnd clean enough to
eat your dinner from.
The sizo of this houso Is 30 feet G
Inches In width by 'M feet In longtli
whiclv might bo called n medium sized
bqunro built houso ns Btjuuro lionst's
uro built to-day Thero nro morp
square built housus uudei 30 fet in
width than over but they gonorally
range from 30 to 30 foot In length
In this plan wo get n very good Btnlr-
way nicely arranged both for looko
and convenience. It Is thoroughly
well lighted by the little stair bay
' which may bo flttod with fancy glass
it so desired. Although tho house
In quite largo it Is not a very expen-
sive houso to build becatiso it is so
plain. Plainness Is a strong recom-
mendation for a dwelling provided
It In not carried to excess. The plain-
uess of this design Is relieved by a
rather vrldo projection of cornlco tho
dormor windows tho lnrge bay win-
dow tho Ktnir bny nnd tho one-story
projection at tho rear besides a splen-
did front porch.
l)y extending tho kitchen porch part
way across the dining-room and inclos-
ing this part of it wo get room for a
pantry nnd storeroom without cutting
Into tho dining-room or kitchen. This
la an ndvnntngo thnt does not cost a
grent deal and it is a very good ar-
rangement. Opinions differ In regard to tho
value of an attic. Some housekeepers
couldn't manage without one while
Second Floor Plan..
others would rather not bo bo'.hc-M
with cleaning nn attic and taking euro
of It claiming that It is Just a catch-
all for old trash nnd dust. It de-
pends n good deal on the family and
tho way they live. Some families want
n great deal of Htore-room whllo oth-
i era use everything they have until it
Is used up then throw It nway.
u.. I u.. I Willi
1 s jTTtlli J
I 015 ROOM
I U-o Atv? J
t ltr.x .WnJIW
Thoro Is nn otd eaylng: "Kp a
thing for seven years nnd yon will
find use for It" but some people would
rather utlllzo the spaco it would oc-
cupy and clinrgo up seven yenrb' rent
against the cost of a new article. How-
over an attic Is worth a good deal
for ventilation and It Is tho best plnco
a housewlfo has to hang up tht fam-
ily wash In bad weather. It costs
very little more when building to put
up an attic stair and lay a floor over
tho upper Joints. I notlco that a
good attic helps to cell a houso which
of course a perbon may want to dc
at any time.
I Hko to see a houso well sot up or
n good foundation wall. Yen can then
put In good large cellar windows and
havo tho sills above grade. If you
set wooden bills below tho grndo lino
they tot In a fow years and If you
mnko them of cement or stone tho
expeuso Is greater nnd t'.'.o glass is
spnttcrod with dirt every tlmo it rains.
Light und good air la Just as nccei-
sary In a collar as In symo other
places about the house. Sickness often
Is caused by bad air in tho cellar.
Dark cellars usually nro dirty because
no ono can boo to clean thorn propor-
ly. Somotlmos dirt Is left thero bo
cnuso it is out of bight.
Onerous Restriction Removed.
According to a cabinet ordinance n
cently Issued In Tokyo the onerous re-
striction on tho tiso ofavesiern Ink In
Japnucso otllclal documents has boen
romoved after SU years. In 1S7C tho
Jnpancso govrrninnt ordered thnt In
any olllclal document cava In tho caso
of writing on fcrclsn-umdv? paper lit
ono of tho wertepj languages western
ink should not Lo vi.iod from Ujat tlmo
ojiward. That obsolete order !n ques-
tion survived uumoleoto'i until this
year Tho n'julltlon lo welcomed by
tho Japanese p.-css In general.
Robbers Overrun Canton
Canton China at prenent Is full ot
robbers. It Is u&ld I bat In i-oino parts
tho people aro rcnlly nfrald to go to
jest nt night inasmuch ns It Ij cer-
tain that thieves will enter and rob
tho place. Accordngly go mo cno alts
up whllo olhorrt sleep. Tlia following
Is a queer criticism of China's pollen
by a correspondent: "Wo havo a po-
llco forco whosir wortt or-oBic'.s mostly
of sleeping ut iut or hilplng tho
nenrest shopkoe. to cbop wood or
a neighboring LUrJ3utUu to blcvt hU
HOMES OF INTEREST
QUILDING LANDMARKS AT
Erected Many Years Ago Some
Them Have Fallen Into Regret-
table Decay History of tho
Under tho dnto of Juno G 10C3 n
land grant was given to ono PrnnclB
Pope who with
other Scotch nnd
to this country.
Pope's pntent In-
cluded C n p 1 1 o 1
IIIU In Washing-
ton and In his
fancy ho saw n
groat city rise
that should bo tho
rival of ancient
jjiinSjPaj!li hlinself n line
uomc nut in ui';
this wns destroyed and finally tho
pnipoity enmo into Iho pocsesslon of
Daniel Carroll. It was on this same
site that Mr. Carroll built tho house
afterward known ns Duddlngton Man-
or. It wns this house that made bo
much trouble for L'Knfnnt when he
wns laying out tho city and it re-
mained tlio home of somo members of
the Carroll family until 1SSC and was
ono of tho lnndninrks of New Jersey
A little farther along Now Jersey
nvonuo thero stands n row of houses
built by Thomas Low who having
nmnsscd a fortune In India brought to
tho new country ?;00000 in j;0ld.
Washington Induced him to invest
largely In the city of antlclpatloro nnd
these houBcs leprcsent n part of thnt
investment. They were orlpinnlly
hlgh-claea boarding houses nnd Hliol-
tered such men ns Louis Phllllppe
Thonms Jefferson Monroe and many
others of equal distinction. It was In
ono of them that Alexander Hamilton
ndvlsed tho di lifting of tho measure
to establish a United States bank.
Low wns Bald to be a quaint charac-
ter. Ho man led n Miss CusMh sister
Mrs. George W. Parko Custls tho
granddnughtor of Mrs Washington.
His memory was faulty and many
times ho even forgot his own name.
On ono occasion ho locked his wife In
an upper chamber of tho houso and
forgot that sho was there keeping
her a prisoner over night rinally Bho
left him and ho died In comparative
poverty. Tho houses that ho erected
in New Jersey avenue long havo been
usd for government olllces.
Pnsblng from tho slto of the Burns
homestead In Seventeenth street the
sightseer comes to tho octagon houso
it Eighteenth nnd New York nvenuo.
This houso wns built moro than 100
rears ago by Col. John Tnyloo. His
Income was princely and ho lived in
manner befitting ono of his vast
Tho octagon houso stands to-day a
hallowed monument to departed chiv-
alry. It wns In this houso that Presi-
dent Madison and his wife lived after
the burning of tho White Houso by
tho British In 1814. In thoso days Its
wldo halls rang to tho echo of fcml-
nine laughter and clinking glasses for
it was tho center of tho socinl gnyo-
tici of the capital.
Memories of tho past still haunt tho
great rooms of tho house. Tho octn-
gou houso Is considered ono of tho
haunted Iiousoh of tho district and
It Is snld by tho credulous that tho
spirits of tho old slaves who died in
the pens that wcro situated . in Its
once capacious grounds still haunt tlio
premises ringing bclla to announco
A Washington educator la telling n
eood Btory nbout n young tuedicnl
friend of his who is Interested in In-
sanity symptoms nnd Is n sort of ama-
teur alienist. Tho other day tho
3tudont got n chance to visit ono of
tho wards In tho Asylum for tho In-
jano and having heard that thero was
a man confined thero who labored nn-
Jer tho hallucination that ho was God
tho student asked that ho bo allowed
to boo this patient first as ho ap-
peared tho most promising for inves-
tigation. Ho was taken to tho ward
whero tho lunatic wns confined nnd
tho following conversation ensued:
Student Aro you tlio Deity?
Lunatic From tho everlasting unto
overlnstlng I am ho.
Studont Well I'vo been looking for
you for n long tlmo. I havo a ques-
tion to ask you. How do you reconcllo
tho doctrines of predestination and
Tho lunatic drow hlniBoir up to hln
full height and giving tho modlco a
scornful glnnco ropllod: "My dear sir
' never talk shop."
Have Lost All Family Tics.
Of tha destruction of Messina n by-
result Is tho loss of llnengo nnd nil
tr'neo of family. Many children too
young- to know their surnames or to
pronotuico them Intelligibly havo been
rescued nnd their names fortunes ti-
tles dcBcentB nnd origin hnvo boon
absolutoly cut off. Thoy can tell no
moio than that thoy aro "Bimbo" or
"Bnmblnn" "Nine." or "NIn.v." Many
nro obviously ehlldien whom women
of rank havo bomo and lovod and
nurses tended. Italians tnko root in
their provincial cities and It oftou
happens that a family has no connec-
tions beyond tho wails. Even If dis-
tant uncles nnd aunts exist thoy can-
not rccognlzo chlldro;. so young. Docu-
ments exist to attest tho civil stand-
ing of many rescued adultt but the
young children begin tho world with-
out genealogy or rights.
NEVER HARD TO DISTINGUISH.
Vlslton to Washington Easily Placed
by Hotel Clerk.
"Can you tell whnt state a pprson
la from when you first meet him pro-
viding ho does not tell ou?" n Wash-
ington apartment house clerk was
"Not fo much tho stnto but cor-
tnlnly the section of the country" was
tho response. "I would not guarantee
to tell n ninit from Knnsns from one
from Missouri but I would know nt
a glance whether n man was from the
north Bouth east or west There Is
something almost tndellunblo both In
nppearaiico nnd manner thnt enables
one with experlonce behind a hotl
desk or npaitment house lexlster to
recognize at mice the section of tho
country n stranger Is from even be-
fore a word Is spoken. Of course mis-
takes can ho made but they nre few.
It is Just the same sort of intuition
thnt a hotel clerk has when ho 1h
coufionted by some ono whom ho bus-
pecta ns a bad customer. He cannot
tell why; tho person's appearance and
manlier show not fault that can bo
pointed out nnd yet lie feels that tlio
person will need watching and he
lately goes wrong."
"Can I tell what state a person 1b
from by looking nt him?" naked nn-
other. "Sometimes. But It la much
easier after a few words havo passed.
1 do nut menu nil states hut there nre
Bomo ways of tolling' what state a man
is from nnd then you can always t.pot
tho pint of the country u man Is from
Kor Instnncp thero Is something
breezy nbout westerners that attracts
your admiration. Then of course you
can always tell a man from New York
city. There Is no one else that dresses
like hlni or Is like him In manner. Tho
men from tho south aro slouchy In
their dresB. I do not menu anything
uncoinpKnirntary by ihk Tlcy m-.y
ha well dressed but slouchy. Thy
wear blouch lints a great deal for In-
stance. Then did you over hoar of
anybody but a Mnrylnuder who would
reply: 'Yes Indeed' or 'Yes In-
deedy to a question? Of bourse
everybody knows Virginia talk when
ho hears it and in tho same way a
down-east cr la known by his accent."
But if this Is only "tight much" In-
formation on tho subject ns bomo of
our neighbors would any it is
"a-plenty" nccoidlng to others.
Diplomats Are Welcomed.
From tho socinl viewpoint tho nn-
tlonnl capital Is to ho congratulated
on tho recent ncqulsltlon to the diplo-
matic corps. Two bachelor inhibitors
tho former SwedlBh nnd Danish hnvo
been replaced by envoys who havo
charming fnmtllca. In tho caso of tho
German ambassador though Washing-
ton will not forget tjio Von Stcrnbergs
tho now representative of tho kaiser
has besides an affnblo nnd socially
Inclined wife a charmtng young
daughter. Count von BcrnBtorff and
his family aro at present domiciled In
tho Shorcham awaiting tho arrival of
their household treasures from Eu-
rope. Tho Gerninn embassy which was
entirely dismantled nfter tho death
of Baron von Sternberg la now In a
stato of renovation nnd will bo nowly
painted and adorned from basement to
Through n vestibule ut tho north run
of tho now Union depot nt tho capital
tho presidential unite communicates di-
rect with the train Bhcd and concourso
this lntter having dimensions 7C1 by
130 feet being it is claimed largo
enough to accommodate the entire
Btnndlng nrmy of tho United States.
Trains enter HiIb $20000000 station on
33 tracks but Station Mnstor Itoboy
the "Ma8tor of Ceremonies" of tho
"Presidential Station" plans to nlwnys
have tho presidential specials uso tho
track ut tho eaatcrn end of the yurd
nearest the Btnto suite which will ne-
cessitate hut a short walk fioin cars
to carriages for tho presidential party.
Mrs Lonrjworth's Shell Rocking Chair.
Curious collections of sdicllB are
coming to this aldo of tho water and
shells na ornnments In every sort of
way nro seen In modish homes. Mrs.
Longworth Is fond of shells nnd sho
got somo exceptionally lino neck-
laces nud bracelets In H?wnli. She
has a lovely llt.tlo Bhcll rocking chair.
Tho woodwork la Inlaid ulth tiny Ir-
idescent sheila and water color land-
scapes framed In exqulr.ltoly tlntod
shells. Navy men who go to tho South
seas aro bogged by their friends for
tho small opal shell which Is seen bo
much Just now strung on gold for
For Memorial to L'Enfant.
After having ioposcd for almost a
century In nn obscuro burial place on
tho outskirts of Washington tho gov-
ornmont shoitly will pay tardy recog-
nition to tho- memory of MaJ. Pierre
Charles L'Enfant French engineer
and cnptaln and brevet mnjor Ui tho
lovolutlonnry army who had an Im-
portant part under tho -direction of
Gen. Gcorgo Washington In design-
ing tho original plan of tho city of
Wnshlngton. Arrangements aro now
being nindo for tho tomoval of L'En-
tant'B body to Arlington whero a suit-
able memorial to him will bo erected.
May Build Home at Washington.
Just as Alexander Giuliani Bel) In
vontor .of tho lolephono and ono of tho
country's wealthiest men Is always
looked up to as the ono man to whom
an ambitious Inventor may apply with
assurance of gutting at least a hoarlng
for his case so John Hnya Hammond
is regarded by uvory budding scientist
ns the assured friend In need. Mr
Hammond has bought n site through
agents It Is understood for a beautiful
homo Ip Washington which will Boon
Butler Pardon this Interruption
hut thero Is a deputation of unem-
ployed wnltlng for you nt tho door.
J He Excellency Tell tho people to
go homo quietly. (Drains a glnns of
rhnmpngue.) People In this world can
get on very well without work nt
enot I find It bo.
And It Wns Overruled.
Judge Hoar nnd Gen. Butler wero
opponents In a caso of a now lilnl. Gen.
Butler quoted: "Kyo for eye skin for
skin tooth for tooth yea all thnt n
innn hath will be glvo for his life." To
which Judge Hoar replied: "Yes. tho
devil quoted thnt onco beforo In a mo-
tion for n new trial."
from womnn'a nUmont3 nro invited lo tvrilo to tho rmmps nnd
nddrt'woa lioro given for positivn proof tlmt Lydia K. l'inklinm's
Vouvtublo Compound docs euro female ills.
ChlcnRO 111. Mm. Alvutin bpurlliis It Laic-
Miullo) lml.-Mr. Mny IVr.
ICInnloi KiuiK.oMrs. Miellit OKToril Penman.
Scott S'.Y.-MrM. S. .1. lUrbi-t.
Oiriiwiill? Illo N.Y.x.Mrs Win. Ilmiclitnn.
I IlhTaukM) Wii. Mrs. Kmma lmo bSJ lat
Hoiith Ilond Inl.-Mri. 1'rixl Cortli 10U S.
Koali Kuiitncky. Mrs. T.lzzlo llnllnml.
IlruokfleM Mo.-Mr. Hurli JJUluoiit 207
8. Market Ht.
ratnnnn N-l. MrK. W'm. Somorvlllo 133
riilH.loli.M i ln. -.Mm. K. V.. Unrrott 2107
North (luriiot Htreut.
KoftMkuni VI.Mm. Carl Dilillio.
Vorc-tcr !.- Mr. Donjlra Cotd I!7
IiidliiimtKiIlt IwU.Mri. A. 1. Andorion 1C37
P.. Triilt 8tre.it.
ItlR Hun I'A.-Mrn. W. K. Tooler.
.Atwriitor Station O.Mr. Aiitnu Miiellinupt.
Cincinnati ()lilo.-.Mr. K. 11. MmMock UiJ3
Mngiilurn Uhln.Mm. Iitm Mnngea lloz 131
D.iwlttTllle N.Y.-Mr. A. A. tlllm.
Jolniitnwn.N Y.-.Mri.Ilomor N.Bo.imanlC3
i:. Mul ii Htnot.
llurtomlow 111. Mri. rotor IjjngoiibaUn.
Hnmptrv.l .Md.-.Mri. .Ion. it. Damlr.
Ailrlnn (In. I'iia V. llnurr Itoiito N'o. .1.
ludlanniMlli IihI.-IJomIo V. rijKir 'Si South
IhUtIIIo Ky -Mrs. SmIo3521Fourtli Bt.
South W'eit IhirlMir M.itnu. Mm. IJHUu
Itnbtitiia Mt. nexort I.lRlitStiitlon.
Detroit Mich. Mn. Frieda Uosonau Ml
Meldrum Atuiiuo Qtrnan.
Jfoilflr IIU.-Mr. Mury Mill.
MllN)urne Iow. Mr. Clara WiUorui.iuii
It. Y. I). No. 1.
llinlitown Kr. Mr. Jo!nili Hall.
I.ewliton Mmiio. Mr. livury Clout kr CO
MtniieniKilli Minn. Mri. John Q MolJan
2113 Hocond Street it.
filiamrook Mo. Joulo J lam It. F.I). Ko. 1:
Marllon N.J. Mri. Qoo. Jordy Routo No 3
ClicMer. Ark.-Mr. Kiln Wool.
Collin (U.-.MM T. A. Crllili.
l'unillaton lint. Mrs. Mny MarlmtlTl.'R.4t.
uaiiiuringo neu. jir. riuiiio .MOilaiiUur
These women nro only n fow of thousiintlH of living witnesses of
tho power of Lydia E. Piiikhum'fl Vcgutalilo Comiiound to euro fomalo
diseases. Nob ono of tlicso women ever received compensation in any
form for tho uso of their names in this advertisement but nro will-
ing that wo should refer to them because of tlio good thoy may-
do othor BUfForing women to provo that Lydia E. Pinkham'8
Vegetahlo Compound is a reliable nnd honest medicine and that tho
statements mndo in our advertisements regarding its merit uro tho
truth und nothing but tho truth.
The bales " keen a comin'
pinner' profits. N'o stop between bales; no breakdown! or delay by
reason of fault of material or machine. The wonderful Muilfjcr Sstcnt
mean' a Heady even run that iwelli the pro flu at the end of tho season.
There arc many features that can be had only In the
The Munrfcr System invites the patronage of the power by close
ginning and by saving and raising the class of wet and duty cotton that
other systems cannot handle.
Choice of Munger Pratt
ol Uigines Hollers and
aBV Ow '""" mia.
Lssfl"SB3E3sHsPMBBsWKItWMs ..i'li'i. H fWi 'H''l'fC'imiv-rl'Jlii i.1 slMBBPS'
lees the re resn-
szffli FINE FOR
The Flavor Lasts-Look rorThcSpear
Tho Entire Family.
Grand Pop used It for Hhoumatlnnc
Dad for Cuts Sprains nnd Bruises
Mammy for Burns Scalds nnd Achca.
Sis for Catarrli nnd Chilblains. J uso
It for everything nnd It never disap-
points nny of us. It Burely ynnks any
old pnln nut by the roots.
Hunt's Lightning OH Is whnt 1 nro.
tolling you nbout.
Dank Dalanee and Independence.
Business women hnvo evolved th
Idea of saving nnd tho thrifty lncen-
tlvo wi not Inspired by their broth-
ers but rather em claps the girl with
pondenco which evolves Hi. girl with
$300 or $400 to her credit and spur
her on to add moro and nv.ro to tho
TlifliiMinrii of country people 'xnow that
in time of Midden inUhnp or nccidunt
HiimhiH Wiwud Oil li tho bot tubUi-
tutc for the family doctor. Tint Is wly
it is o often found upon the shelf.
Women would have no uso for mir-
rors thnt would onablo them to oe-
theuiBclvcn as others seo them.
lnltif nl I'lrlmla.
nnlienlAln. Mri.V. T. UiilUiii.IIontn Jfo.S.
Clilciio lll.-Mr Wm. 'lully.nviUKiliiiiAr
1' iv l'ur Midi Mm. Kiiium tfior.
riinlilnir Mlrh.-Mrit. Hurt l)jil 1LF.1V
No.il; enroot l. A. Hunlmrn.
ColTecvlllc MNn.-Mrii. H. .1. .Ieiie.
C'liieliiiihtlUhlo.-Mr. Mora Ahr 13C2r.rmt-
CtoTelniKl. Ohio -Atlra Mzzlo Slotser K9
Kloot Avenue H IJ.
Wmlei vllle. 1M.-Mr. .MnKRlorjtor.n.r.D.t.
liyernlHtrg.Tciin Mr. I.uo llllllnnl 11.U.L.
lluytleld Vo.-.Mr. Mnymo Wludlo.
Iterrln III -Mrs CIuk. l'olkot.
Wlnrlurtcr I ml. Mm. Mny Drnl.
llyor Iml. Mr. Win. filxjrloli K. F.P.ITn.T-
iultlmoto Md. -Mr. Xi. H. lord 1'jwU 1ji
Clnrkrdilu Mo. 511m AnniWnllnrn.
(lutllloOlilo.-Mri. KM Mleliael U.i'.PJT
Duytnn Olil.). -Mm. Id.i Hale llux 23 .-
tloii.il Military Homo.
Lclnnon l'n.-Mr. Hurry L. Kittle 233 I.aU-
HjkeTenn. Mlmiln Hnll.
ht Ovarian Ti.iul.l...
Vlueenne. 1ml. -Mr. H) I. Jl. .lernuld ua N.
TuntU Htroi t.
anrdiuer Mulne.-Mr. H. A. 'William 1L K
D.Nii. It; llox.li).
Vlillvlul.lili I.i.-Mn. CUa. Uooll 2107 N.
(larnct Street. . '
Vllllmantle Conn. Mrt.lUU HonoTHi lloa
Womlilile Iitilin. Mr llanlirl .Tolinion.
Itocklaiul Mulue.-Mr. Will Young. 0 CoU
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Vlcaua W. Va.-Mr. Kuima Wbeatoo.
Oronoeo Mo. Mr. Mao MolCnIelit.
Cumdon N.I.-Mr. Tllllo Wtttun.43t Liber-
Joojih OreRon. Mr. Allco ItufTmnn.
l'Utluitclrilili l'a. Mr. John Jobniton210
ChilatlunaTcun.-Mri. Miry Wood U.F.D.
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Bales in a
" with a Munncr Svitcm Gin. So do tho
Winslilp Smith and Eagle Gins. Full line
Plan and eitlmntu frtt. Catalogut on application.
CONTINENTAL CIN COMPANY
Atlanta Ca. Dallaa Taia
Birmingham Alt. Mlmphla Tenn.
Cl.arlatla N. C CrMyawatar Ma
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, March 26, 1909, newspaper, March 26, 1909; Muskogee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70138/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.