The guide shown is nonbinding and has been found thoroughly practical after several years' use on furniture. The guide A consists of a piece of wood, about 1 1/8 in. square, with a concave cut in its upper edge, the width being about 3/4 in. and the depth such as not to cut through the extending end projecting over the crossbar B. The drawer sides have a half-round edge on the bottom edge to run in the groove in the guide. The difference in width between the groove in the guide and the rounding edge on the drawer side causes the drawer always to ride snugly without binding as the wood expands or contracts with changes in the weather. - Contributed by Herman Hermann, Portland, Ind.

A Nonsticking Drawer Guide 894