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Forrest Co. Co-op
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Image from page 292 of “The street railway review” (1891)
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Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Subjects: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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to its jt-tractivencss. At the completion of the power station which hasbeen described, the employes of the Camden Inter-state Railway Co., as a token of regard, presentedto the company a 21 x lo-in. three-chime whistleto be used on the new station. The erection of the generators and the wiring ofthe entire plant were done by the companys em-ployes under the direction of Mr. James Pagan, theelectrical and mechanical engineer of the company.The architectural plans of the power house weredrawn by Mr. Fagan and all the construction workon the building was carried on under his personaldirection. Great credit is due Mr. Fagan for hiscareful study of the needs of the company and thesuccessful way in which the new plant has fulfilledthe requirements. The street railway companies of Tennessee are making prepara-tions to observe the Jim Crow law passed at the recent sessionof the Legislature, effective July 3rd, and do not anticipate a gflea:amount of trouble in complying with its provisions.

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BOILERS AND AUXILIARV APPARATUS, C. I. RV. CO. The contract for the power plant of the Toledo, Port Clinton &Lakeside Electric Railway Co., which will be erected at Port Clin-ton. O., has been awarded to local parties, and it is expected thatthe contractors will make rapid progress. The Personal Element in the Adjustment of Damage Claims. liv l)u. 11. 1!. Km KWELL, Manager Railway Adjusting Bureau, Cleveland, O. The vagaries of human nature assert theinselves with morepersistence and become more stril<ingly conspicuous, when observedfrom the viewpoint of the claim adjuster than in almost any otherrelation of life, in which people come into close and intimate con-tact with each other upon matters of business or policy; and of allthe idiosyncracics of the mind none is more connnon or dithcultof explanation than the readiness and ease with which peoplelapse into lying when they have been injured through the instru-mentality of a corporation or its servants, one is almost prone tnb

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Image from page 706 of “Le Monde moderne” (1895)
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Title: Le Monde moderne
Year: 1895 (1890s)
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Subjects: Periodicals
Publisher: Paris
Contributing Library: The Centre for 19th Century French Studies – University of Toronto
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conditions suivantes : Supposons que labonné désire un ouvrage du prix de 3 fr. 50.11 nous adresse, enmandat ou timbres-poste français, 1 fr. 75 (soit la moitié du prix de louvrage) et, enbon détaché de notre feuille, une somme équivalente. De la sorte, quand il a achetéau cours de lannée 3G francs de livres, ce qui représente dix volumes ordinaires,notre abonné na payé que 18 francs et, par suite, se trouve avoir gratuitementlabonnement au Monde Moderne. On peut, bien entendu, se procurer ainsi des ouvrages brochés de tous prix, an-ciens ou nouveaux que nous annoncerons dans le Monde Moderne lors de leur appa-rition, jusquà concurrence de léjjuisement du crédit de 18 francs. En résumé, nos abonnés ont, on le voit, deux avantages considérables : 1° réductiondun quart du prix dachat du Monde Moderne; 2° remboursement intégral de ce prixdachat. (1) La différence pour les (I«|iarlcniciit- cl lélrtiiiger ne reitrésenle (pie le siii>plément des frais denvoi.

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é En iXi2. à la fin dune journée defévrier, brumeuse et froide, assombriedéjà par la nuit qui enait. une chaisede poste s arrêta deant VHôtel dAn-vers, rue Taitbout, un des plus réputésdu Paris dalors et rendez-vous préférédes nobles étrangers que leurs affairesou leurs plaisirs amenaient dans lacapitale. Au bruit des roues et des che-au sur les pavés, le patron de lhôtel,supposant que des voyageurs lui arri-vaient, quitta le bureau où il se tenaitd ordinaire et s avança jusqu au seuilde sa maison afin de les recevoir. Mais,à peine là, le sourire qu il commençaità grimacer fit place à une expressionde désappointement. La voiture étaitvide de malles et de valises; elle necontenait quun seul personnage, et ce nétait pas même un noueau enu.mais tout simplement le plus brillantdes pensionnaires de lhôtel, le colonelrusse Constantin Prétoff. Depuis plusieurs mois déjà, le co-lonel était arrivé à Paris, chargé parson souverain, disait-on, dune missio

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Image from page 555 of “American engineer and railroad journal” (1893)
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Title: American engineer and railroad journal
Year: 1893 (1890s)
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Subjects: Railroad engineering Engineering Railroads Railroad cars
Publisher: New York : M.N. Forney
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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keep the side track clear ofcars when loaded. If a high-pressure engine arrives atthis station with a good train, and is obliged to take six orseven wood cars, they are compelled to double these ninekilos, while the compound is simply thrown into highpressure and the sand ejectors put to work. Under theseconditions the hauling capacity of the engine is increasedabout 40 per cent., and we consider it more economical torun these nine kilos in high pressure than to double thehill. Again, nearer Mexico we have a piece of li percent, grade three kilos long, not compensated for curva-ture. As this is a short hill, conductors have orders to fillout their trains along the level country before reachingthe hill, and are expected to double the hill if necessary.This is another place where the compounds are throwninto high pressure, and time and locomotive mileage issaved. With these facts in view, I think the compoundsshould get credit for the full value of the figures shown intheir performance.

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oi w z ►J lao o U5 m >< t/l H z c; < w w ft, H t/l H ^ O w O O z ^ ^ o X Q u H < < O s S 2 1 – w W > K H o H ►J S O • & z J w B H Vol. LXVI, No. 12.] ENGINEERING JOURNAL. 545 COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION NOTES. fitTHE Bureau of Hygiene and Sanitation, under the direc-tion of Dr. F. V. Brewer, has recently issued an interest-ing circular, the substance of which is given below. Starting from the standpoint that the common health isthe commonwealth and that hitherto sanitation and sani-tary science have not received that amount of general publicsupport which their importance demands, the Bureau willseek to set before the visitors to the Exposition such arepresentation of sanitary work and sanitary aids as willhelp to lift the general mind to a higher plane in its esti-mate of the work of sanitation. Not even the most exag-gerative optimist would assert that the sanitary arrange-ments of

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Image from page 74 of “Baltimore and Ohio employes magazine” (1915)
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Title: Baltimore and Ohio employes magazine
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroads Railroads
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Employes of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
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placed on Mr. Fishersrecord. While going over the track on speeder on July9, signal repairman W. R. Cage discovered a dan-gerous condition on easttrack near Carrcrof t, pro-tected movement oftrains in both directionsand notified sectionmen.Proper credit entry willbe placed on his record. On June 16, engineerWm. Fitzgerald broughttrain No. 227 to a stopbefore reaching trackthat was covered with mud, which had beenwashed down by a very heavy, rain. He was thoroughly acquainted with thephysical conditions and realized that the heavyrains made track conditions abnormal. There-fore, he handled his train under control. Forhis good judgment in this respect, he will havea credit mark placed on his record. Baltimore Division Editor Employes Magazine,Dear Sir: On No. 525 yesterday, I was sitting on theobservation platform when I heard a passengermake the remark: You cannot sit out thisway on some railroads. I asked: Whycant you? And he answered: So many ofthem burn soft coal and it is so dirty.

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W. R. CAGE 70 THE BALTIMORE AXD OHIO EMPLOYES MAGAZINE I had been observing that fireman C. A.Straw was making an unusually clean run, andalthough I did not acquaint the man with thefact that we did burn soft coal, he was verymuch pleased, and wrhen I got off he said: Iam coming this way again. This shows how much good firemen can do tohelp business and how appreciative some peopleare, and I am sending a copy of this letter tothe bureau of Employment and Discipline withrequest that they place a credit mark on therecord of fireman Straw. Yours truly, P. C. Allen, Superintendent. On Saturday, July 24, a team of horses be-longing to the American Ice Company tookfright in the Washington, D. C, freight }7ard,and the driver, in an attempt to hold them, wasthrown to the groundand so badly injured thathis death took placeshortly after the accident.The horses, however, con-tinued their mad rushand would probably havecaused further troublehad it not been for thepresence of mind of yarddelivery

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Map showing the territory originally assigned to the Cherokee Nation of Indians west of the Mississippi also the boundaries of the territory now occupied or owned by them.
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Call Number:MA/92.0156(c)
System ID: 8183.
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Map showing the territory originally assigned to the Cherokee Nation of Indians west of the Mississippi also the boundaries of the territory now occupied or owned by them.

Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution-Bureau of Ethnology, 1884.

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Image from page 662 of “Kelly Miller’s history of the world war for human right; being an intensely human and brilliant account of the world war and why and for what purpose America and the allies are fighting and the important part taken by the Negro, in
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Title: Kelly Miller’s history of the world war for human right; being an intensely human and brilliant account of the world war and why and for what purpose America and the allies are fighting and the important part taken by the Negro, including the horrors and wonders of modern warfare, the new and strange devices, etc. ..
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Miller, Kelly, 1863-1939
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918 World War, 1914-1918
Publisher: Washington, D.C., Chicago, Ill., Austin Jenkins co
Contributing Library: Wellesley College Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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class, and his record was soconspicuous that it could not go unnoticed by the officialsin Washington. FINAL RECOGNITION. The following letter was then addressed to Jordanscommanding officer by the bureau of navigation: TheBureau notes that John C. Jordan, gunners mate firstclass, has served as such with a creditable service sinceAugust 6, 1899. The chief of bureau directs me to requestan expression of opinion from the commanding officer asto whether Jordan possesses that superior intelligence,force of character and ability to command, necessary fora chief petty officer and particularly as to whether he is inall respects qualified for the position of chief gunnersmate of a first-class modern battleship. The reply to this letter was to the effect that Jordanwas in all respects qualified, and by order of the secretaryof the navy, he was advanced to the grade of chief pettyofficer, filling this position with efficiency to the serviceand with credit to his race, until December 1, 1916, at

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Farmers Co-op, Port Gibson
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Call number: PI/2010.0002/Series II
System ID: 107877.
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Farmers Co-op, Port Gibson
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Farmers Co-op, Port Gibson
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Image from page 973 of “Hardware merchandising March-June 1917” (1917)
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Title: Equipment merchandising March-June 1917
12 Months: 1917 (1910s)
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Subjects: Hardware business Hardware Implements, utensils, etc Building
Publisher: Toronto :
Adding Collection: Fisher – University of Toronto
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w, there they have been, face toface, using assistant asking, Now,then, whats the situation to you fellows? Ottawa tip hitches using farmers:Not long ago the business enterprise males of thetown decided to abolish hitching rights onthe main streets. Naturally they couldhave gone ahead and done it of hand,and produced ill experience one of the farmersat when. But rather they sent aletter, stating the master plan, providing to pro-vide a hitching destination handily situated,and asking farmers whatever they thoughtabout it. All typed right back it would bea a valuable thing; so that it had been done, and allwere pleased. Ask a farmer about it,and he can inform you, maybe not how the peopleof Ottawa performed such-and-such, but how wedid it; that is various. Useless marketing had been the firstthings that had going. The gentlemanwho demands advertisements with the aim ofassorting them down the s^des of thebig thermometer he could be planning to placesomewhere around, features looked to other HEV! Ma want*a nickles worthof virueoar ari adimes worthof Salt!

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.Merchants had their particular knives out and had been too hectic circling around each other to wait patiently on trade. Come now—speak up; obtain it away from yoursystems. And thus each locates, like sufficient,that it absolutely was all their fault. Another im-portant function of the secretary is toissue a weekly bulletin when it comes to benefit offarmers and merchants, informing which hasjobs available, and who wants tasks. Itserves the goal of an employmentagency in the neighborhood and it is a greatsource of convenience and economy. Of all of the secretarys tasks, nothing ismore delicate than handling the rat-ing bureau, where information is on filecovering the economic standing of per-sons which make an application for credit. Not only isthis purpose of huge economic valueto the merchants, but it is additionally showing ofservice towards the farmers. Information asto dead music, therefore the whole local ques-tion of credit generally is available to anyfarmer whom wants it. It saves himfrom many a pitfall; for he could hardlyobtain such information in every various other way.listed here is another

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Image from web page 1108 of “1921 Des Moines and Polk County, Iowa, City Directory” (1921)
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Title: 1921 Diverses Moines and Polk County, Iowa, City Directory
12 Months: 1921 (1920s)
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Subjects: des moines iowa polk county city directories
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v Reno Lewis H trav res 1128 45th Reno Martha E Mrs iilnr rms 560 seventh Reno Milo sec-treas Farmers Educa-tional & Co-Operative Union ofAmerica rms Wellington resort RENO M MSec-Treas Clalborne-Reno Co, 1019-1023 Locust, Tel Walnut 3149, res5052 Ingersoll av, Tel Drake 3382-J Reno Walter B bds l|l28 45th Renquist Emory student CAPITALCITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE rmsY M C A Renshaw Lucy elk (^ E Erickson Cobds 1100 8th Renshaw Montana CHigh Renshaw Vernie stenog Manbeck Mo-tor Sales Co bds 1100 8th Renwanz Virginia sec to genl counselBankers lifestyle bds 1429 24th Reorganized Church »of the Latter DaySaints Rev F T Mussell pastor 717e 12th Replinger Jos B claim adj D M CityRy Co bds 3401 first Replogle Lulu dipper Hutchinson Can-dy Co bds 1209 14th Replogle Walter S pkr res 1209 14th Reporter Printing Co (L C Zelleno)209 8th Reppert Clayton M (Beaver food &Market) rms 933 16th Reppert Gus medicines 3501 Ingersoll avres 3620 exact same slsmn res 1316 A KAOLK COAL (iOOl) ( (KVI phom:. m HK»:r kilometer s

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Image from web page 643 of “Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine” (1920)
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Title: Baltimore and Ohio staff members mag
12 Months: 1920 (1920s)
Writers: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Business Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Business
Topics: Railroads — Employees — Periodicals Railroads — Usa — Staff Members
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Adding Library: University of Maryland, College Park
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letter, Florence, and hope youwill carry on in health. DING ! DONG ! Wedding Bells rangon Octcber 2, whenever skip Pearl Ring wasmarried to Louis Reinsnider on parson-age of Dr. Zimmerman. Again on October6 we heard all of them, when skip MargaretWindsor became the bride of DelancyScribbner at Harlem Avenue Church.Miss Hazel Shafer was also hitched onSeptember 19. Our most useful desires to thesefriends who have ventured a visit on thematrimonial sea. May it often be goodsailing ! We regret to know associated with deatli ni MissMussetters mother and show mii- iler;)cstsympathy. Tariff Bureau Correspondent, C. A. Wagner We present to your fellow-co-worker,James R. Brown, unit freight broker,Grafton, W. Va., our heartfelt sympathyin the abrupt death of their wife, on OctoberII. Mr. Brown had been of this de-partment for 22 many years, having already been itschief clerk for 18 many years, before transfer toGrafton, W. Va., as unit freight representative. The Tariff Bureau expressed its sym-pathy by giving a floral design.

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In the buying Department—left: DanDiehlman; right: Bill Sewell nyc PropertiesPier 22, North River Correspondent, John Newm.n Chuck Conners proceeded a holiday tofeed up-and wear forty jjcninds. Hesays he devoured eight eggs and drank twoquarts of milk, however cozy through the cow, forbreakfast each and every morning. The quantityseems adequate to-break not only a fastbut a stomach. Capacious fellow, Chuck,or a competent one at fibbing. Jimmy Lynch, whoever aspirations in acertain course caused him to go toMontclaire, N. J., is disappointed; nothingto report, up to now. But—nil desperandum.Jim works hard at work and whenhe gets residence he is tired. Skip Ida Hartwig, among TerminalCashier Nelsons clerks, a woman with sixyears service at this Pier to her credit, hasleft united states for married. Ideal reasoti on earth for leaving any kind of employ-ment is always to participate in the service for the worldat big by marrying. Miss Hartwigsconstancy and regularity in going to toher tasks here au

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Minor Gray, Bolivar Co.
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Call quantity: PI/2010.0002/Series II
System ID: 107729.
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Maid of Cotton, Bolivar Co.
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Phone quantity: PI/2010.0002/Series II
System ID: 107745.
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H. H. Huddleston, Bolivar Co., MFBF
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Phone number: PI/2010.0002/Series II
Program ID: 107731.
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