Having a couple of good-sized ink bottles of the ordinary type lying around, I fashioned a mission-style stand for them out of a piece of yellow pine, 2 in. wide and 3 in. long, set on another piece of pine large enough to project all around on all four sides of the block, for a base. The wells were cut out with a wood chisel, and the parts fastened together with screws. The supports were four brass-head or upholsterer's tacks. The finish was flat black. - Contributed by James M. Kane, Doylestown, Pa.

Two Pieces of Pine Shaped to Receive the Inkwells and Finished in Mission Style

Ill: Two Pieces of Pine Shaped to Receive the Inkwells and Finished in Mission Style