Clothes tree for the kiddies
Much work and confusion may be avoided when the children undress at night if each one is made the proud possessor of a small hat tree or clothes tree, or costumer, as they are called.
These come in white enamel, mahogany or any other finish of wood, stand four and one-half feet high and have eight branches, a branch for each article of wearing apparel.
Clothes will be well-aired, the room kept in neatness and order, and every thing ready in place in the morning. The children love them and it is a good way to teach them orderliness and hygiene.
They are inexpensive. Surprise them some morning with one.
Ad shown from The Washington Times, May 1, 1904