National Geographic : 1913 Feb
Safety Only the most sanitary of refrigerators should be acceptable in modern residences. The health of the family often depends on how foods are kept in ho., weather. The danger of tainting or poisoning of foods by soggy, stagnant air or zinc linings can be absolutely prevented by installing in your home a M-CRAY Refrigerator In the McCray a perfect circulation of pure, dry, cold air keeps food sweet, fresh, cool and abso lutely untainted. Scientifically insulated walls and sanitary, easily cleaned interiors lined with opal glass, enamel, porcelain or odorless white wood no zinc. McCrays are quality refrigerators chosen by the U.S.Pure Food Laboratories and are installed in the most luxurious institutions and private residences. A wide range of stock sizes and built to order types to suit the smallest or largest families. Out side icing doors may be added to any McCray, thus avoiding the iceman's tracking up thekitchen floor. Write for our free book "How to Use a Re frigerator" andany of thefollowing catalogs: No. 90-Regular Sizes No. 69-ForGrocers. for Residences. No. 60-ForMeat No. 73 -ForFlorists. Markets. No. 49-For Hotels, No. A. H. Built to order Clubs, Institutions. for Residences. McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO. 576 Lake Street Kendallville, Ind. Salesrooms in the following cities: Chicago, 158 No. Wabash Ave.; New York, 231 W. 42d St.; Philadelphia, 206 So. llth St.; Boston, 52 Com mercial St.; Cleveland, 1915 Euclid Ave.; Detroit, 239 Michigan Ave.; Milwaukee, Water and Sycamore Sts.; Minneapolis, 103 N. Sixth St.; St. Louis, 404 No. Third St.; New Orleans, 225 Baronne St.; San Francisco, Geary and Stockton Sts.; Washington, 611 F St. N . W .; Louisville, 643 So. Fourth Ave.; Pittsburgh, 114 Market St.; Columbia, S. C., Main St.; Atlanta, Ga., 82 Marietta St.; Cincinnati, 303 E. 4th St.; Indianapolis, 1116 Prospect St. For branch salesrooms inother cities see your loal phone directory. "Geographic readers may depend upon a the new profession Tree Sur eryw Not overcrowded and offers splendid andunusual opportunities to honor able young men.' Ages 20 to 28. Students must have attended high school, be at least 5 foot 7 in heighth, physically sound and of good character. After completing two years' course, good men make $1,000 to $5,000 a year. Positions guaran teed to good men after graduation. Every city, park, orchard and private estate needs an Expert Tree Surgeon. Positions open also with established companies or State and National Governments. Special attention to Fruit Growing. Tuition moder ate, including first year's board. We pay salary second year. Write promptly for full particulars. Address the Secretary. DAVEY INSTITUTE OF TREE SURGERY Box 208 Kent, Ohio HARRISON GRANITE COMPANY DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF HIGH-CLASS MEMORIALS OAKWOODCEMETERY. SYRACUSE BOOKLET ON REQUEST 200 FIFTH AVENUE :-: :: NEW YORK Oriental Rug Collectors Amazed An expert from Boston marked for himself the best rugs in the Syracuse show, and 60 per cent of these were from my customers, who showed 53 thick antiques of the 138 rugs there, and insured them above cost. Collectors from New York, Bos ton, and ten other cities loaned rugs; there were also plate rugs from rug-books. Visiting exhib itors not my customers at once became my cus tomers. The reason is obvious. Write today for FREE booklet and price-list. All express prepaid. Rugs sent on approval. L. B. LAWTON, MAJOR U. S. A., RETIRED 151 CAYUGA STREET, SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK ESTABLISHED 1905 INCORPORATED 1912 FISHER & BRYANT, INC. CONSULTING FORESTERS AND TIMBER-LAND EXPERTS TIMBER VALUATION, FIRE PREVENTION, BOUNDARY AND TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS, WORKING PLANS, MANAGEMENT, OPERATION, FOREST PLANTING AND NURSERY STOCK OLIVER BUILDING 143 MILK STREET, BOSTON, MASS. the character of our advertisers."