National Geographic : 1915 Mar
T7Y LZJT'TYg The United States Government uses it by thousands of tons Some of the buildings illustrated in this number of the Geographic are built of it. The House and Senate Office buildings, the Supreme Court building, the French Em bassy, and many others are built of it. It forms the walls of a large proportion of the finest residences in Washington, (the city of fine residences). A majority of the U. S. Postoffices of late years have been built of it. Uncle Sam uses it more and more every year. Why? The reasons are: 1, Beauty; 2, Durability; 3, Ease of Cut ting; 4, Strength; 5, Rea sonable price. ' Write for Book One of the sights of Washington is Indiana Limesto BLOOMINGTON, IN] ne D. the wonderful Scottish Rite temple, beautifully shown (night view) in five colors on the cover of our finely illustrated booklet. Sample of the stone, with this book, on request. No matter what you think of build ing it will interest you. Not like any other booklet. Ask forit,please. BOOKLET Quarrymen's Association or BEDFORD, IND. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."