National Geographic : 1912 Aug
THE MATTHEWS-NORTHRUP WORKS ENGRAVERS AND PRINTERS WRITING COLOR WORK DESIGNING NEW YORK BUFFALO CLEVELAND ELECTROTYPING PHOTOGRAPHING / PRINTING MAP MAKING BINDING _ PHOTO-ENGRAVING WAX ENGRAVING tI COMPLETE COLOR WORK from this plant is remarkably lCATALOGUES. Your trade catalogue will be attractive. The color sections entitled respectively . PRESS in the very best style of modern printing practice S"Glimpses of Japan" and "Scenes in Korea if it is made in this plant. We give special attention S and China," which appeared in previous issues to catalogue illustrations, to meet exactly the wants of of this magazine, were products of this plant, as were your sales department. also "The Hour of Prayer," "Panorama of Burgess GENERAL WORK. We do a large amount of printing Pass," and the Bird's-eye View of the Panama ,Canal.of a miscellaneous nature, widely varied. We print beau We do color work for books, maps, cards, catalogues, tifully illustrated booklets, folders embodying special portraits, etc. advertising ideas that we supply, books and illustrated MAPS. We are known as efficient map makers by pub- folders for steam and electric railroads, steamship lines lishers and practically all the steam and electric railroads and cities; bird's-eyes, calendars, daily reminders, hangers, of the country. We made and printed all the maps for the posters, post-cards, and sumptuous souvenir books-in fact, Century Atlas and Appleton's Catholic Encyclopedia, and we do all kinds of letterpress printing and all styles of = S most of those in the new Encyclopedia Britannica. binding. We are always glad to send samples and estimates. THE MATTHEWS-NORTHRUP WORKS "THE COMPLETE PRESS" CLEVELAND OFFICE HOME OFFICE AND WORKS NEW YORK OFFICE S CITIZENS BUILDING WASHINGTON AND EXCHANGE STS. SINGER BUILDING TOWER BUFFALO, N. Y . i 1111l l ll l l llllllll11111111111111IIllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllII lllllllIllll IIIll illllllll l lll illlll 111111IIllilllIIIIIligill1IIIIIlllllllliii llll udli llillliiliIII III1111 11IIIIIIIIII II;llllllllllllllIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII l Baking Dayln The Bigest Pottery: Every day is "Baking Day" in the Homer Laughlin pottery. We have 110 kilns. The process of packing kilns and removing finished china is continuous. Baking is an important process in china making. A dish baked too hard will crack. If baked too soft it will chip. If the glaze is not properly baked it will craze; that is, innumerable tiny cracks will appear, making the dish unsightly and unsanitary. Forty years experience has taught us how to make beau tiful, durable china - china "as good as it looks." See that the Homer Laughlin trade-mark is on every piece. Send for "The China Book", a beautiful brochure on china making. The Homer Laughlin China Company, Newell, West Virginia "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."