National Geographic : 1917 Aug
The Dignity of an SOccasion is never endangered if you have had the good taste to install THE TRENTON POTTERIES CO. SILENT CLOSET So silently perfect in operation is the Si-wel-clo thatit cannot be heard outside the bathroom. Built on the most sanitary principles of china, vitrified and glazed so that soil will not cling to its surface. A damp cloth removes any trace of dirt. The same is true of our bbathtubs, lava tories and other plumbing goods. Your entire plumbing should be of all-clay materials. You will find them ultimately economical, and the cost of installation and fittings is the same as on the cheap est. The "Star and Circle" trade-mark is your insurance of the best. Write for Booklet P -27 "Bathrooms of Character." It shows the better way of bathroom arrangement. The Trenton Potteries Co. TRENTON, NEW JERSEY, U.S.A. World's Largest Makers of Fine All-Clay Plumbing Fixtures "Good OAK FURNITURE is more nearly 'boy-proof' than any other equally fine cabinet-wood." Its elegance, dignity and artistic adaptability-are backed by its sturdy resistance to dents and scratches. (Really an important point.) "There is no finer heirloom than good OAK furniture." There is no more safe and enduring investment-none better worth insisting upon. AMERICAN OAK MFRS. ASSN., answers all letters. Address 1416, 14 Main St., Memphis, Tenn. Farr'sGold Medal Irises Awarded the highest honors at the Panama Pacific Exposition and the highest praise by all who have seen them in American gardens. All were originated at Wyomis sing, and some of the most distinct and beautiful are included in the Panama-Pacific Collection. $10o Fourteen Varieties for . . .PL Chester Hunt, Hiawatha, James Boyd, Juniata, MaryGarden, Massasoit, Nokomis, Pauline, Pow hattan, Quaker Lady, Red Cloud, Rose Unique, Shrewsbury, and Wyomissing make this superb collection. Two 1918 Novelties. Next season I shall introduce two re markably beautiful varieties: Paxatawney, pale parma-violet; Swatara, lobelia-blue. With an order for the Panama-Pacific Collection I will include one plant of each, if you will indicate your wish to add them to your garden. The Panama-Pacific Collection is described and illustrated in Farr's Hardy Plant Specialties (edition 1917-1918), which also describes nearly 500 varieties of Irises, Peonies, Poppies, and other perennials. Most garden lovers have this book, but if you do not have a copy write me today. BERTRAND H. FARR WYOMISSING NURSERIES COMPANY 110 Garfield Avenue, Wyomissing, Penna. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."