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Type of Home, of Bungalow Con.
struction, That Has Dis.
CORNER ENTRANCE IS UNIQUE
That and the .Use of Novel Hardware
Fittings for Doors and Windows
Give a Very Pleasing Effect
Interior Arrangement Em.
bodies New Idens.
By WILLIAM A. RADFORD.
Mr. willlint A. lalfor(d will answor
questions and give adv!co FE 01o
CO8T' on il stbjects pertaiting to tho
Jtubject of biltitng, for the readers of thuis
papor. On1 accOlIt of lilt, wide experlonce
is Editor, Author and Manufacturer. ho
Jo. withoit (loubt. the highest authority
on i tiw tso subjects. Address all inquiries
to Williamu A. Radford, No. 1927 Prairie
avenue.. (Chen go. Ill.. nnd only encloso
two-cent stamip for reply.
Nearly ill piople are gifted with a
desire to possess1 a hone Which Is
dliferent frot that of their neighbors.
As a resillt. there aLtre it great variety
of wnys in which it house runy be
fillished: . Vood, briek, stone of all
kinds, colcrete blocks, stueco and all
combinations of these have idted in
the conquest for variety; the lrhli
tects ittd colitrietor.s have worked
overtimet' to produeo new and distine
tive detills of house tlesign. The
vork of all nges IIni Il l:1ns Is gath
vrel i the to contribuite to the snt
i faction I tf t he tnotltrnii haone builder.
A t variotuis tine : ta 1p tof cost rie
liwn is. folrnal whie ins to bo par.
if'v. hul it is iivarinblty ol.V y a short
I tl' inhon his fyl is uril lt lit
fIl-plienlb. ,to hw' o nliltis, after it
co'vwuchnigo.-s inve "u;I tnoloi to ad,1p
It. Il a li ni il c li nil. A Itlustra -
tion hon h1e lln frontl the widlo use.
of "'tc bultnra.low lyte of" loutin, which.
tit tllltsit espci:niv nud:p1i(I to tIll
(vri "1' 'th is tn e.ni bat' e i ilder,
ks I'-lrlt l urnishinl! a1 very snt
18lo yp 1y 1 f conistructionl for
11w (. liln's itsll t ui hli le nd oast
erni ii:ovs. '(hiitp , f o i s j It()
Iitl'*)t' :I lot -Hy ill its newer lo n- V
lions, in it is o)w neessariy for the
hi):oei~h who aipprocinte's the I
contvcnionn (if t hunalow but wh-o
still wi'10s to obtaini a distiictive
bioul, ill 1'till u ion the desuigl'r to in
4orporate slt ite novel feat.ures Into his
platins w\ihiclh will uark tihe ilisled
strturietli ats deeldedly ( ltfl'erent froin
tihe huln galow's usially conlstrutcted.
One meants of obtiaining Individual
Ity In a i hotuie, whilh Is usually over
lotkct1, Is by 1ti& he t us 1 of novel ihardlj.
warett' lift itnrs f'or dorstr anid w-indtlo-s
Alt(u1 va ctutinyt ofti st pictues of '
gin' novel h rwI (irt' lititingsI esplegt.
ly for tdoor hinges, it is schbliinmi lihtt
any13 (i' 11t'-8u untit - itt' iinhg mr' Wt l
itthle iiw:hi i l'e hery ltit iste.
wnus cl l n ie th ng eso't :ttiiik
of dtl- ahnti dyt there used not i
fho h I t hit' appearma'~e hii lt . llt(1u
stregh :1~eauceo theue fron doilr ass
Ci itedlcith o h ton it bie I soitcl
yth use of tuch it(tings ont even ar
ltthe hltgsare ht't y ' niex
whlih hasul mo ha th~ ordinhr ofn-h
divoo idulty ando kt) therei iat noti
tioneIn i 'not nitcte n itsgI4 uni
Twnos i he toarnc of thern door irs
nanrndientripn of whato mayt br ohnind
Thael toge the ofheavy brass (a0)1 11
ten erly nros e widntthof bthet
(lonr. Tv t he dorkothnd flatu res
alof thi litt y, stustaniaontr.
tin fnhrony wth ithee hione ohe
windos atthe op o thedoor are
buile nto, the inge. Thie poto of
ai vroy masseieth aprnch, up-i
blds tee wilrshetpo hroaureh
bris cluttle astructurre. ~ n l
Thearel frontrh porc set troun oe
rornterto of thhue bndithkw or or The
thde rof' tieringa low precovereud
rrtId roun then prc t the alee,
which atre shilngled in alternate w~ide
* na 'ro-'v r'ows; There is a deelded
t1,rnast b~etw~eef these two methods
~fAht hn, but the effeet I-s very
L'The many gableB give a
w htch, emph.aIzea the
of1 tf Aejk . dals
adds a further note of distinction t
the bungalow. The chimney Is 0;
rough brick to correspond to the
porch columns. The exterior is quite
different from the usual examples of
this type and lends itself well to a
finish which will force it upon the
attention of the casual observer. Trim
should be white around all windows
and doors. The porch railings and
pillars should be finished In. the Same
way. With the rough siding finished
in some dark color and the shingled
portion a few shades lighter, 'the fin
ished appearance of- the bungalow is
all that anyone looking for individual
ity in a home could ask for.
What is more, the interior arrange
ment of this house Is in thorough
keeping with the general idea, em
bodying many unique features not
commonly found in the bungalow
type. The front door opens into a lit
tle reception hall having doors into
the living room and the dining room.
The triangular closet in this hall,
with shelves and books for wraps, is
a point of Interest.
The door to the right as you enter
the reception hall leads into the gen
[rous living rooi. Four windows in
lie one wall of this room flood it
wvith light and make it always bright
ind cheery. At the far end of the
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krrangement of Corner Entrance
Five-Room Bungalow, Size 32 Feet
6 Inches by 35 Feet 6 inches.
rnoni, from the reception hall, is a I
l'imindule vith ai cased opening into
Slti den whilehl Is one of the mlost
Iivi in featurevs of tle entire house,
'he rear wall (of tile (en Is occupied
i a big brick fircii having a
00kcase built against the Wall on
.01 side. .ight (lters through a
.ouble csin lent winow iI tle other
Ti'he dining rooll is Connected to the
lying roomn through a 45-degrec
!ased opening, whieh really nakes.
hose two roois into one large room
'xteniiig around the corner at tht
-taircase. In the ldining room is a
ly with foui windows and a sent in
'ront of them. Across from this seat
a bufflT built against the wall. The
lining room and living room are of
lie same size and together are sufil.
lnlt to provide room for the enter
tinmen~it of quite a fewv guests.
The kitchenl is back of the dining'
oom and ila I e.quipp~ed with ai model
atry i. While workling at the tale~
ni this panlt ry the shelves are handily
ocatedlto I he right and thle refrigeria
[or to th leftt. No time and energy
ire wasted In mloving about ai larige
rooml ill (lhe preparation of ai meal.
CTe refr-igerantor Is iced from the rear
porch, thus pr-eventing the tiracking
af mudii ~110( the kitchien by tihe lce
ilmnl. Thils pantry will prove to be0
as inter-esiing a feature to the women
a.4 the little dlen is to the men who
visit the owners of this bungalow
'Tile cornter of tihe house opplositO to
the porch is occ-upledl with two bed
r*omis andl ai bthrtoom, all of which
open Into a halt leadling to the (dining
room. Eaich hedroom has a generous
closet with shelves, and is well light
ed. The biathiroomi is wvell arranged
and is provided wvith a built-in medI
The stairs into tihe basement are
reached through the hall in the rear
of the house., The basement is irge
and mny be used in many ways to add
to tile utility of the hlouse. It is
Xghted with grade w'indowvs malde pos
. :1b1e by carrying the foundation walls
up above the ground level. Storage
space is provided in the attic, whch
may be reached from the living room.
Taken in its entirety, this bungalow
has anl uinulsual number of very inter-j
eating features, bothl in interior andj
exterior dlesign, and it is Particularly
wvell suited to the man who enjoys'
indhividufality in a honme.
Church-An Amlerican-ma do piano
now on exhibit ion in London is tile
largest in tile wvorld. It has 522 koys,'
and six pianists can play on it at
GtamWhen the Londoners h'ear
that .awful no018e thley must think a
Department of - Agriculture,
Commeroe- and industries,
Bureau of Markoting.,
t. J. WATSON Commissioner
A Weekly Bulletin of
Western Newspaper Union News Servine
Senator Ralph Metcalf of Tacoma,
Washington, who was a member of
the American Rural Credit Commis
sion in Europe, studying rural cred
its and marketing, in a letter to the
gouth Carolina State Bureau of Mar
keting says: "Your fundamental
principle, getting the producer and
consumer directly together and elim
inating the surplus duplication of the
processes of distribution, which works
such a frightful waste for the farmer,
is unquestionably sound. It is just
that together with finding a market
for the produce of our small farmers
who now cannot market their stuff
that I am trying to work out here
and I am grateful to you for your
assistance. From the scant knowl.
edge I have been able to glean of
State marketing operations, I am in
cllined to believe with your belief
that you have established the most
practical working organization and I
am going to try to have our State
A truck farmer in Harnett County,
N. C., hearing of the effectiveness of
the South Carolina marketing system
wrote to the Bureau last week ask
ing if the Bureau could help him in
marketing his dewberries. In his let
ter he says: "We are endeavoring
to keep out of the hands of commis
sion men, our experience being that
while they quote sales at satisfactory
prices. yet it is practically impossible
to obtain prices quoted. Therefore,
we are trying to find a better system
of selling and wish to ascertain if
we can reach the consumer with a
good article at a fair price."
Writing from Donalds this week a
farmer who has be:en making use of
the Bureau write,;: "I think your
Bureau is the greatest thin gfor far
mers that has cver been gotten up
I have received good results from
everything I have inserted in your
coluIns. Please insert the following
wants and offerings for me in your
issue (if Auiist 8."
Another leter dated Latta in the
Pee Dee section says: "We need
100 or more bushels of Abruzzi rye
in this county and as I had such good
success with the ad you carried for
me for burr clover .1 am going to ask
that you put one in for the rye. I or
dered 1,000 pounds of clover from
one man (all he had) and am just
waiting to hear from a few more
men that I have written concerning
prices oiu 1,000 pound lots before I
order several more large lots."
As will be seen from the'following
lists of Wants and Offerings the bus
iness of the Bureau continues ex
ccedingly active notwithstanding this
Is supposed to be the dullest period
of the year.
Two light timber carts with arched
,axles. Second hand but must be in goodi
Tro 'ommnunicate with parties who wisa,
to plant tobacco on shares. Have had
years of experience. Have a big force
One gin feeder for 70-saw gin.
To commtunica.te with some une who
wants an overseer for large farm. Would
cona~lderi a share crop proposition. Prefer
100 or more burhels Abruzzi rye.
Some second hand Sc belting, a second
hand ev'aporator or belier for cooking
syrup. A goodl cotton prens or screwv.
Si x thoroughb'red flarredl Rock pu~l
lets nend one cockerel. March hatch.
1.000 bushels clean wheat far grinding.
State qunantity you have to offer and the
Half dozen Banrred Rock pullets.
A "Mallard -Drake."
live "" bushels Lookout Mountain
One ilst*n or Hereford calf.
A position as lumber gradler (dressed
pine only). H-ave had over six years'
exeerience. 33 years old. marrled.
om alifaifa seed. Must be of best
Position on dairy. Understand milling.
feeding. buntter making. Special Clemson
dlairy coui'e and actual dairy experience.
To conimmniente w'th producers of
large quantities of enn" try prodiucts.
Sto' 50 timas of "i-esh dairy butter
per week. Would prefer to dispose of it
all to one party.
To exchmange 25 bushels Fulghum se'nd
oats. for 25 bushels clean burr clover.
300 bushels P'edlgreed Red Appler
seedl onats, $1.00 f.o.h. TFountatin Inn. These
- etand dried without rain and ai-e
100 l'ushots Fu:"'humi oats, 41.00 per bu.
',~h 1.onntaint 1'n. These oats cut and
dried without t'on' andl are extra fine.
300 bushels P'i't Proof oats.
300 bushels v--Ii cleaned burr clover,
free from nut gr'ass, $1.00 per bushel.
Glood quant'ty .double screened burr
clover, free from nut grass. $1..
100 bushels burr clover seed free from
nut grass. 90e bushel..
100 bushels burr clover, well cleaned,
free from nut grass. 80c per bushel..
100 bushels burr clover free from nut
grass and noxious weeds, 90e per bushel.
'-I',','z' rve seed from Coker's
Pedigreed seed, $2.50 peor bushel.
30 hu~shels L eap-s Prolific seed wheat,
at $2.50 per bushel. "Grew fifty bushels
on two acres without any manure"
75' pounds of Ve seed. Will takce
mu'rket price while It lasts.
Seven nice Duroc Jersey pigs, register.
ed. 10 weeks old. $6.50 each.
A pure bred Berkshire sow ready for
brecelng. 215.00; good Berkshire pigs, I
months old, $6 each.
Registered Essex boar 4 years old, 40:
Rome registered sow pigs. 4 months old,
t1O each. One registered Essex sow. 4.vre.
Old. $26.00; some Duroc shoats, $10 each.
Four Duroc-Jersey pigs, registered.
One pure bred Essest gilt. $14.00; the
mire hoed sow pigs $8 each. One reg -
tered itseq c sow, $50; one registered iae
sex sow.. $35.
One 0. t. (C. sow and five pigs, fiye
weeks old. $30.00; one Black TamWforth
sow to farrow in fall. $15.00.
"four pure bred Duroc-Jerseys, 7 md5.
Two pur or'ed BerlCshiro bears, 2% mles
old, $8. Will exchsnge one for a' pure
bred Berkshire male.
Seven Hereford steers, ,average 16000
1hs; seven cows, average. -800 lb5; 12
rad~e1Hereford heiferb j?, averaen
"Y\ 4W~o full-blooded ' *ereford, ~le
months ,0o(d; 2'* three tare. reo'i
bull re . for'sri*~ .:
hA finae-- .a 4--E ~o
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'aicsphotograph of AtlantiE (tytaken from one Of tht eroplanes of the aviation secmon of the New York nav l
mo.t.cases the widlir iflet, the yacht pier and the T ba p h tll grounds ot the popular seaside reort.
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evg m.oney The boys and girls
a n o ae ptog h in the g r th on te w e oto h ae pennies are collected. In
most cs N the Sl ater of the school Hakes the Gollection The lte ne line up, and first the girls and then
the and are aIken their moneyt
HELPING THEIR WOUNDED PRISONER 'ARABS WHO FIG4jT TURKS'
f r A a n.
n TAKE~N.. FRM XCANE
A ecn pulcto fteD mno
$ deartmnt o immgraton siow that
Brtih'I Aii givina22ondndthemaprevdioaptveeadrinkanomfirom
teniteden nate 9,799 a whepred
PRISONES BACKOFTHEENGLIS LIES teyn discusseed aandath arik rat
- B~~fritaian dpndaener oadr
A eetpbiation fortheeettoemnioreund
- -(ldpien of immiracan ansof tht
Somnn fCanada tefal ear efnth
- ~Mrc .ve1, 1915.trsom Grea Britaiem
The woerd 42,276 ocs opae wi7te
1n2,o2y sinteptrevious yIear an fro
- -Oldh 107,5men ind 98-148 Thmes proble
-tNwo Tethetment o euio
German prera take lolthe s aorce the vacaent peopde of the
heldliak shnee0 theSome adWominio ofe Canadarasf hel as outh
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