National Geographic : 1917 Feb
In Your Home The Silent S-wel-cdo Place the Silent Si-wel-clo and any other closet side by side-the difference in ap pearance does not disclose to you the mechanical superiority or silence of oper ation of one over the other. You cannot tell which will clog and foul under use or which set of fittings will get out of order first and make an expensive plumbing job. You will have to take somebody's word for it. The manufacturers of the Silent Si-wel-clo, by reason of years of experience and investigation of the merits of different closets, are in a position to offer you expert advice in closet installation that cannot be disputed. THE TRENTON POTTERIES CO SILENT FN 6 CLOSET Write for "Bathrooms of Char acter." You will find it instruc tive in planning your bathrooms. incorporates the good, mechanical features a water closet should Ask forBooklet P-27 have and adds that of extraordinary quiet operation. One is just as important to the home owner as the other. Why disturb the feeling of security from embarrassing noises by maintaining or installing an old-time, noisy closet? The Silent Si-wel-clo is your protection against dissatisfaction. The name is stamped upon it so you cannot be deceived. In fact, it will pay you to see that the "Star Within the Circle" trade-mark appears on all your plumbing fixtures. THE TRENTON POTTERIES COMPANY TRENTON, NEW JERSEY, U. S. A. WORLD'S LARGEST MAKERS OF ALL-CLAY PLUMBING FIXTURES This is the Mathews Hallmark, a^ ^ guaranteeof quality and althen ticity ofdesign.sanr fro o fiathews BARDEN RAFT Have you a nook in your garden that invites a cozy bench? Or a vistathat deserves a trellised arch or pergola? Gardencraft Furniture and land scape ornaments reproduce se lected designs garnered from old prints, Old World vistas, and the best of modern schools. 72-page catalog sent on receipt of 18 cents in stamps. The Mathews Mfe. Co.. R19 w- ""m ... 1916-BOUND VOLUMES-1916 OF THE National Geographic Magazine Nowhere else can be found such a wealth of photographic reproduction, not only in black and white, but scores of pages of four- and eight-color work, photogravures, panoramas, and maps which vitalize the authoritative articles specially prepared by the foremost scientists, explorers, and travelers. in the world. A limited number of volumes for 1916, with index, have been beautifully bound in half morocco, containing 1,400 pages of text, with 1,200 pages of illustrations, including color work, photogravure, maps, etc. Bound in two volumes (6 months each). Price for both, $6.00 Sent prepaid in the United States. Address, Dept. B. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."