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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s inevitably followed by a decline to levels that do not return :1kcost of production. The first is burdensome on yoithe second is ruinous to us. Lets co-operate to stabilize prices, to eliminate violent fluctuations. Our duties are clear. Ours is to manufacture a!much lumber as we can in order to make up the shortage. Yours is to refrain from speculation, Buy althe lumber you need and figure on a reasonable margin of safety, but dont take from the present limiteCsupply, lumber that you will not require for a lonjtime to come. We are moving forward to better things, but letsmove sanely, apply the lessons we have learned. ;imco-operate as we march along. Good workmen use safe tools. Defective toolsare fit onlv for the scrap heap. Use only tools thatare in good condition and on work tor which they aredesigned. Canadian Woodworker and Furniture Manufacturer 101 Perkins Vegetable Glue is applied cold and will not congeal in cold weather—a fact to bear in mind at this season of the year.
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The Picture Shows The Present Home of PERKINS183 TRADE MARK (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)Build up to a Quality Not Down to a Price Process and Product Patents covering Perkins Glue were granted July 2nd and March 19th,1912, and have been held valid and infringed by United States Circuit Court of Appeals.Patents have also been granted in Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Belgium, Italyand other foreign countries. PERKINS GLUE COMPANY Factory and General Offices: Lansdale, Pennsylvania Sales Office: South Bend, Indiana 102 Canadian Woodworker and Furniture Manufacturer GeneralWoodworkingTrade Mart ; Quick Action Section Equipment jMaterialsEmploqmenti GOOD VALUES FOR SALE Subject to Prior Sale These are only a few of our stock Band Resaw, Connell & Dengler, 54 and 60. Band Rip Saw, Yates No. 281Circular Jbaw Mill, Hoosier Pony.Circular Resaw, 44 in. heavy type.Dowel Machine, HayesDowell (iiuer and Driver, E. B. Hayes.Door Clamp, Hayes Standard Power.Jcinter, Falls Machine Co., undercu
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