National Geographic : 1920 Nov
Sanitary Cook's Table and Coal and Gas Range built for Ernesto Fabbri, New York. Grosvenor Atterbury, Architect. Deane Kitchen Equipment designed to simplify the kitchen problem, repre sents the highest grade of craftsmanship. When you furnish your kitchen, let us help you select the equipment you require. Ask your architect to specify Deane Kitchen Equipment and send for our portfolio, "The Heart of the Home." BRAMHALL, DEANE CO. 261-263 West 36*St.,NewYorkN.Y. 201 "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you" SThe Oriental Store. f Fifth Avenue and 39th Street, New York • THE CURTAIN RISES " ON THE HOLIDAY SEASON Vantine's is the Mecca for seekers of the Unusual-the gifts you cannot get elsewhere S the one institution in this country where may be found the largest and most varied selection of distinctive and unique Oriental objects of art and utility. Things that have never been in your home and that carry * with them an abiding charm, remembered Long after the price is . forgotten. I You may shop by * mail with the same as surance of satisfaction No. 8022N. JapaneseBronze Shippo as if you were a visitor Nprs601N "Chy Loong Ginger," preserved in syrup and packed iii p (Cloisonne) Koro or Incense Burner, in person, earthenware pots. (Can be sent by ex S with carved open-work wood cover, press only.) Small size, 75c. S jade knob, and carved-wood stand. Write us your Holi- No. 601AN. Medium size. Design inlaid with colored enamels; day needs and we will Price, $1.75 size of Koro, 5x4% inches. No. 601BN. Large size. • Price, $12.00. make suggestions. Price, $3.25 •1 fN N N N 4 * * t TOWNSEND'S TRIPLEX The Greatest , J Cuts a Swath Grass-Cutter 86 Inches on Earth Wide Floats Over the Uneven Ground as a Ship Rides the Waves One mower may be climbing a knoll, the second skimming a level, and the third paring a hollow. Irawn by one horse and operated by one man, the TRIPIEX will mow more lawn in a day than the best motor mower ever made; cut it better and at a fraction of the cost. Drawn by one horse and operated by one man, it will mow more lawn in a day than any three ordinary horse-drawn mowers with three horses and three men. Does not smash the grass to earth and plaster it in the mud in springtime, neither does itcrush the life out of the grass between hot rollers and hard, hot ground in summer, as does the motor mower. The public is warned not to purchase mowers infringing the Townsend Patent. No. 1.209.519. December 19th, 1916. Write for catalog illustrating all types of Lawn Mowers. S. P. TOWNSEND & CO. 254 Glenwood Avenue Bloomfield, N. J.