National Geographic : 1912 Jul
Baking ylinTheBiest 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. S Send for "The China Book", a beautiful brochure on china making. The Homer Laughlin China Company, Newell, West Virginia When Davey Tree Experts were employed to trim out the dead wood on this famous elm tree E. S. Rogers of Springfield, Ohio, the owner, little sus pected that the tree was badly diseased. F the ground it looked perfectly sound, exce a few dead branches. At the spot mark tiny hole was found and the tree was holl top to bottom. Davey experts removed I and saved the tree. The Davey Tree Expe Do their work thoroughly because they know more ab other men. They are trained in the Davey Institute of Tree Sur Sates are employed by the Davey Tree Expert Company. W GOOD MEN GO. Before you let any man touch your trees d dentials proving him qualified. All Davey Tree Experts carry t WRITE TODAY for interesting book on tree pres We will make an expert examination of your trees withe The Davey Tree Expert Co. 290 ELM STREET, KENT, OHIO Branch Offices: New York, Chicago, Toronto Canadian Address: 707 New Birks Building, Montreal, Can Representatives Available Everywhere 'I I 1 - 1 I OC)HN DAVEY Fahrof Tree e rom ,pt for :edXa ow from the cause rts out trees than gery. All gradu WE NEVER LET demand to see cre hese credentials. ervation. out cost to you, "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."