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Identifier: canadianwood22
Title: Canadian wood products industries
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Subjects: Furniture industry and trade Woodworking industries
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam-MacLean Publications
Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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l-ance imply as applied to furniture, and this suite istruly an embodiment of the companys slogan.Distinctive Decorative Designs The past and present successes of the companyundoubtedly auger a brilliant future for suc-cess is founded on the realization of the fact that em-ployer and employee do not exist independently, butare co-existent and that success or failure must cometo each in equal measure. When the saw begins to burn the wood it meanseither more set or the front of the teeth should beground back to get sharp edges on the teeth. Spread the material you are applying, evenly overthe surface; cross diagonally so that it lies even andfinish with a light stroke. CHINESE HOLLAND GERMAN REEDS These reeds are in all grades and immediateshipment can be made from Toronto, NewYork or point of origin. We can also supply you with Rattans Tur-pentine, Cotton Linters and Cotton Waste atvery attractive prices. Get our quotations to-day. E. T. CARTER & CO., LIMITED 84 FRONT ST. E TORONTO

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ttfe The wood finishthat resists theeffects of HEAT The heat that would blister any ordin-ary form of wood finish will not affectZAPONITE —the Pioneer WoodLacquer. Besides possessing this advantage,hitherto unknown in wood finishes,ZAPONITE provides the additionaladvantages of being proof againstmoisture, checking, cracking andcrazing. Let our Service Division help youdetermine how ZAPONITE can beused in finishing your products at aSAVING in your production costs.Write us about this service TODAY. Celluloid Zapon Company 200 Fifth Avenue, New York CityBranches: New Haven, Los Angeles, Philadelphia THEPIONEER

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Date: 2014-07-30 14:16:06

bookid:canadianwood22 bookyear:1922 bookdecade:1920 bookcentury:1900 booksubject:Furniture_industry_and_trade booksubject:Woodworking_industries bookpublisher:Don_Mills__Ont____Southam_MacLean_Publications bookcontributor:Fisher___University_of_Toronto booksponsor:University_of_Toronto bookleafnumber:1347 bookcollection:canadiantradejournals bookcollection:thomasfisher bookcollection:toronto

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