RM2AKJCJ2–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Style No. 800Baseboard Register Cast Iron, Semi-Steel and all Steel REGISTERS FACES GRILLES VENTILATORS INTAKES In all sizes, designsand finishes. IF YOU ARE NOT HANDLING OUR GOODS, DECIDE TO DO SO ATONCE. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES. TUTTLE & BAILEY MFG. CO. OF CANADA BRIDGEBURG, ONT. 259 Stanley St., WINNIPEG, MAN. The Largest Manufacturersof Light-Edge Toolsin theWorld. Anvil
RM2AKX7H9–Hardware merchandising January-June 1897 . on, 55c; less than barrels, per gallon,58c. An additional charge for packagesfor small quantities. Oils—Black oils, 25 to 30c. per gal.; clearmachine oils, 33 to 40c; cylinder oil, 50 to75c. as to quality; castor oil, 10c. per lb.;lard oil, 70c. per gal.; tanners or harnessoil, 65c; neatsfoot oil, $1.20 ; steam refinedseal oil, 85c. ; pure winter bleached spermoil, $2 per gal. CEMENT TRADE OUTLOOK. The different cement works of Torontogive encouraging reports of their March,April and May trade. In each of thesemonths business has been better than it h
RM2AKA8DB–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . bvestablishing as much confidence as it ispossible to do while the sale is beingmade so that not only is the chance ofa poor brush work rendered more re-mote, but the customer feels, on sur-veying a poor job, that after all it maynot be the fault of the paint. The value of a salesman taking akeen interest in the purchase of a cus-tomer and endeavoring to post thebuyer up in all the pointers that makepainting successful cannot be overesti-mated. If the clerk likes to take thetrouble he can find out very easily ifthe purchaser knows anything aboutpa
RM2AN8A9J–Hardware merchandising January-June 1897 . HAVE YOU TRIED IT? PYRAMID BRAND. BLUESTONE HIGH PRESSURE PACKING FOR STEAMHOT or COLD WATER and AIR. Packs equally well for all. There is no Packing mad- that will last as long or withstandas well the action of Seam Heat. Stock rolls about 36 inches wide and 1/32, 1/16, 3/32, or 1/8 in. thick. Sole Manufacturers: The Gutta Pergha and Rubber Mfg. Go. OF TORONTO, LTD. 61-63 FRONT ST. WEST, TORONTO,
RM2AFRRFT–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. MOORISH DESIGN CAST REGISTERMade in full sizes from 7 x 10 to 12 x 15 Made in Japanned, nickel-plated and oxidized Write us to-day for full particulars, catalogueand discounts. Other dealers are making good profits by handlingthis line—you can do the same. We guarantee toplease you. Do not Delay. THE Canadian Heating & VentilatingCompany, Limited OWEN SOUND ONTARIO Or The Canadian Heating and Ventilating Co. Branch :521 Henry Avenue, Winnipeg, Man. 14 HARDWARE AND METAL The Extra Long Fire Travel of The Pilot s uccess Fu rnace. Is one of the many q
RM2AM2JWB–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . nt a Pratt & Lambert Dealer,learn about the effective sales-makingforces we offer Dealers. Write to-dayfor our big Dealers Book, prices andterms. PRATT &. LAMBERT-Inc., VARNISH MAKERS 61 YEARS. 24 COURTRIGHT STREET, BRIDGEBURG, ONTARIO FACTORIE8 BRIDGEBURG, ONTARIO LONDON PARI8 HAMBURQ NEW YORK BUFFALO CHICAGO 55 HARDWARE AND METAL Brantine Architectural Finishes give the Architect, the Householder and the Varnisher satisfaction. The Hard-ware Dealer can make a handsome profit when selling them. SCARFE & COMPANY Head Office and Factory: BRANTFORD,
RM2AKY409–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . — theres 12 HARDWARE AND METAL—Advertising Section September 27, 1919 Increase Your Sales By Handling The Maple Leaf Line
RM2AG60KJ–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. MARK The GARLOCK Catalogue tells all about GenuineGARLOCK Products. WRITE FOR IT TO-DAY. THE GARLOCK PACKING COMPANY HAMILTON, - ONTARIO PIONEERS IN THE PACKING BUSINESS Copper Sheets M. & L. Samuel, Benjamin &. Co. CORNER KING STREET AND SPADINA AVENUE TORONTO 79 HARDWARE AND METAL. We are the WorldsLargest Manufacturersof Pure Lampblacks.This has been gained bygiving our trade intrin-sic value for money re-ceived—a value thatcannot be obtained inany other lampblack. If in doubt, let ussubmit you the evidenceof dealers who know, by gaermanmrn ^V n
RM2AJ42J0–Hardware merchandising January-March 1911 . CAL PISTOLS and a CAL. OF 32 GEN-ERALLY CONSIDERED EFFECTIVE andheretofore found only in pistols of greaterbulk These features make the BAYARDPISTOL the IDEAL POCKET ARM. BAYARD AMMUNITION The .32 cal 7.65 mm BAYARD Cart-ridges adapted to Automatic Pistols of thiscalibre have no equal on the market as toquality, regularity of charges, penetration,etc. We are specialists In the manufactur-ing of this class of ammunition and guaran-tee against misfire, hangfire. etc. CAVERHILL, LEARMONT & CO. MONTREAL 71 HARDWARE AND METAL ESTABLISHED 1855 Metals, Iron
RM2AJH0PP–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Round & Square. Plain orGalvanized. Annealed Rivet Burrs, Felloe Plates, Sheared and Punched Plates. Malleable Washers and Cast Iron Washers. Prompt Shipment Wrought Washer Mfg.Company Milwaukee, Wis. November 8, 1919 HARDWARE AND MET Ah—Advertising Section 23
RM2AJ82WN–Hardware merchandising January-March 1911 . BE CAREFUL in your selection of Locks ! Nothing has moreinfluence on the Builders Hardware trade than asatisfactory line of Locks. How are your stocks ? ?/*gw I. NATIONAL STEEL RIM LOCKS are noted for their safety, strength, durability and finish. NATIONAL HARDWARE CO.. Limited ORILLIA ONTARIO CANADA 18 HARDWARE AND METAL Are You Prepared For SapSeason Requirements? The following lines will doubtless appeal to you:SAP PAILS Straight Pattern 9 Nos. 7 Gals. 1 Dim., Ins. 8^x9 1C Per 100 $11.50 9x914.00 12 2 83^x12^15.00 SAP PAILSFlaring Pattern Nos.Quar
RM2AWT317–Hardware merchandising January-March 1919 . Aremacdee handand motor metalpumps for force orlift use, every kind,are shown in the bigcatalogue. Dealers, ask for prices and terms. Getreal profits on your metal pump sales. WRITE The R. McDougall Co. LIMITED GALT, CANADA January 11, 1919 HARDWARE AND METAL 25 These Wesiw^ JobbersCan Supply You ANY (fiestaproduct- may be counted on to give theutmost service. It is guaranteed to be the best thatmost modern machinery and expert workmanshipcan produce. This fact that they are made well makesthem look better and last longer than others manu-factured wh
RM2AG633G–. Hardware merchandising January-March 1911. nmpmmimmmmiM^ It will mean a good seller for you. The Saws can be purchased through your jobber or from any of ouroffices. Good profit and quick sales. You are at liberty to guarantee Simonds Crescent Ground Cross-Cut Saws to cut 10 per cent, more timber, same time and labor being used, than any other Cross-Cut Sawin the world. SIMONDS CANADA SAW CO., Limited, Montreal, P.Q. St. John, N.B. Vancouver, B.C. 100% Value.. ^CONTAINS -*W» 6KAX. ACID OH POBI* Will mr msnBr[vuw*mH CWUHCD TO BEMOVC »*,f *« nowcuHiiricuiaM< Htrici inn* «- : Liquid. The Adv
RM2AJGNAT–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . KEYSTONE YOUR SUCCESS You owe it to yourself andto the success of your busi-ness to stock the best stablebrushes obtainable. KEYSTONESTABLE BRUSHES through the good service they ren-der, convince your customers of yourdependability to sell only the best.Stock and push the Keystone Line—it will pay you, both in satisfied customersand good profits.Get prices and information about the NuggetBroom and the rest of the famous Keystone BrandBroom* inc Brushes. For Prices, etc., write STEVENS-HEPNER CO.,iimi**r I - PORT ELGIN. ONTARIO - J You Will Sell
RM2AFRBYC–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. fate 3^PfZpfdLE-rA S. HARDWARE AND METAL at right angles to A-B and transfer tothis the different spaces of the profileand draw the usual measurement linesthrough each number. Then fix the head of the T sqr. sothe blade will run parallel to the lineM-N and bring it against each of thenumbers on the line J-K and the pro-file B and carry lines to the stretchoutcutting lines having corresponding num-bers. Trace a line through the points of in-tersection and the. pattern is develop-ed for the angle piece A-B, Fig. 1. Now to get the pattern for the stra
RM2AKFC8P–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . ENTERPRI. T^HIS well-known Food Chop-A per is made with character-istic Enterprise skill and care. For a popular-priced seller there is nochopper to equal it. Its strong and simple, and the cuttingmechanism is perfect. We guarantee it tochop raw meat and to do more and betterwork than any food chopper made. Thousands of satisfied customers and extensivenational advertising have made the EnterpriseFood Chopper famous the country over. If you would like to link your store to ouradvertising campaign, drop a line for some of ourtrade aids. Gladly sent
RM2AM6YP0–Hardware merchandising January-June 1897 . Send for Catalogue ^^^of Full Line ofFamily Ice Tools and Hardware Spe- t M>mm^^L I Tempered Cast ^^V— —T J l Steel Blade with cialties.. wood handle andNo. 2 ice Pick. ? malleable band. I Lawn Mowers »«*? f Garden Shears Long and ShortHandles Spray Pumps Myers Pat. s Garden Syringes We are offering Special Values in some of the above. Canadian and English M. & L. Samuel, Benjamin & Co. English House . Samuel, Sons & Benjamin Qfj Front St. THDHMTH ,64 Fenchurch Street London, E.C. OUvVeSt 1 UttUlN 1 U. 10 HARDWARE AND METAL Established 1860. Incor
RM2AFW61J–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. It has an extra long fire travel which completely absorbs all heat—none goes to waste lip the chimney, as is a common occurrencewith most furnaces. Constructed of only the highest grade materials and is nicely finished. It is certain to attract prospective buyers. Let us send you full particulars at once. The Hall Zryd Foundry Co., Ltd HESPELER, ONTARIO 15 , HARDWARE AND METAL. GOOD CHEER Sidewall Registers A line In four sizes, of uniform design throughout. Neat said tasteful pattern, andsupplied in black Japan, ordinary oxidised or full oxidized
RM2AG27TP–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. 38 HARDWARE AND METAL TREASURE STOVES and RANGES 3 Leaders in Base Burners ^K] A. Empire Treasure P.C. NICKEL Whitest, Brightest and Longest Lasting. Every one is fullyguaranteed to giveperfect satisfaction. Order now and be sureof prompt delivery. 16 different styles andsizes of Base Burners. All our Base Burners are Double Heaters. The Art Treasureis the only Base Burner with oven on the market that takesthe cold air directly from the floor. Examine them for your-self. This alone makes it superior to any other Base Burner. It will pay you to keep
RM2AKH8P4–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Your requestfor informationwill place youunder no obli-gation.
RM2AKAN39–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . THE PROGRESSIVE MANUFACTURING CO. Tarring* on. Goon., U.S.A. FORSTNER BITS bore their way right through tout,h, hard, knotty, cross-grained wood and leavea smooth hole and clean surface. Thats performance. THEY DIFFERFROM ALL OTHER BITS, BEING GUIDED BY THE RIM INSTEADOF THE CENTER. Thats scientific construction. They bore any are ofa circle and can be guided in any direction. Thats adaptability.Made for Brace-made Machines. Packed singly; packed in sets. Thatfconvenience. And they sell to Wood Workers, Carpenters. Cabinet Makers au<lothers.
RM2AG5H8E–. Hardware merchandising January-March 1911. HARDWARE AND METAt RIGHT IN YOUR LINE! Here is a splendid opportunityfor increasing your trade! You havefull knowledge of local conditions andcan easily sell D. L. Standard Lockers to Clubs,Y. M C A. Gymnasi-ums, Hospit-als, Institu-tions, Fac-tories, etc. They arenow admit-ted to be apositivenecessitywher evernumbers ofpeople cometogether forwork or plea-sure, and they will provide you witha very handsome commission withoutoutlay of any sort. D. L. Lockers promote tidi-ness, are sanitary, durable and wellfinished.
RM2AGEMCD–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. he profit only amounted to about twentycents. I sent it out. Of course, it costme almost twenty cents to do it. This,of course, was an unusual case. Butsome day that fellow is going to need anew set of tires, and some day when heis coming out of that front gate he isKoing to remember that it was a sortof decent thing for that hardwareman tohurry out here with five gallons of gas,and the chances are that Ill get a chanceto supply those tires. That is my idea,anyway. I look after these people whoneed a little service, and I guess that ithas paid me and w
RM2AM1YRJ–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . For sale byall Jobbersin Canada. ^ slight pressureof the plungerpumps the oil tothe bearing*. Maple City Manufacturing Co. Monmouth, Illinois, U.S.A. CHICACffc
RM2AKM0B8–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . anufacturers of Gargoyle Mobiloils, give the user maximumlubrication efficiency. Dealers who display this red Gargoyle, and sell Gargoyle Mobiloils according tothe Chart of Recommendations, have the confidence of every motorist—and thisconfidence is extended to every department of the dealers business.Is the red Gargoyle in front of your shop? We will gladly send one of these easily-seen, respect-building, permanent metalsigns to every dealer who sells lubrication service, rather than just oil. Mobiloils A grade for each type of motor IMPERIAL O
RM2AJ4DWY–Hardware merchandising January-March 1911 . 44 HARDWARE AND METAL. —here is the Evidence on B-H English Paint Every can of B-H EnglishWhite Paint that leaves oneof our factories bears the fol-lowing guarantee:— We guarantee this B-H English WhitePaint is made from Brandrams B.B. GenuineGovernment Standard White Lead and PureZi?ic White in the following proportions : 70 per cent. Pure White Lead30 per cent. Pure White Zinc (100 per cent. Pure) Mixed ready for use with Pure LinseedOil, Turpentine and Dryer. On every can of B-H EnglishPaint where the shade can bemade on a white base there isa gua
RM2AWWJD6–Hardware merchandising January-March 1919 . 104 HARDWARE AND METALTHE BUYERS GUIDE January 4, 191^ of Canada, Ltd., Walker- Drill Chucks Goodell-Pratt Co.. Greenfield, Ilia.Drills, Blacksmiths Canada Foundries ft Forgings, Brockville.Drills Canadian Fairbanks-iMorse Co., Ltd., Montreal. Butterneld & Co., inc., Kocfc Island, Que. Gpodell-Pratt Co., Greenfield, Mass. North Bros. Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Plewes, Ltd., Winnipeg, Man. Stanley Kule ft Level Co., New Britain, Conn. Wilkinson & Kompass, Hamilton, Ont. Pratt & Whitney Co. of Canada, Ltd., Dundas,Ont. Wilt Twist Drill Co. of Canada.
RM2AJ5RWW–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . In the above display in addition to th e striking colors in the background, sunset, snow capped trees, bridge andwater, action was secured by having t he windmill in operation, also Santa Claus in the distance with reindeerand loaded sleigh. This is a motion idea worked out with a motor propellor and attracted much attention. 50 HARDWARE AND METAL December 13, 1919. In this toy department there is plenty of light and ample room. Note the display tables. These always helpsales and save the time of salesmen. Note the arrangement of wall paper and
RM2AJ2CMM–Hardware merchandising March-June 1917 . Rear of stove showing Economizer inplace. device can be attached at very smallcost to any stove or range without alter-ing the patterns to any great extent.The patentee describes the device as fol-lows:—A flue of sufficient size to giveperfect draft is of polished iron or steel,and runs at right angles under the stovewith an opening in the centre, or inde-pendently if so desired within 3 inchesof the floor, to admit air to draft andcheck flue. The air being super-heated. in its travels gives perfect combustionto the fire when open for draft. Whencheckin
RM2AKWYGF–Hardware merchandising January-June 1897 . o connection with other flues or openings, and always of the same area fromtop to bottom. A well jointed tile flue, pre-ferably round, is better than a square brickflue of larger area. The chimney flue shouldbe carried 3 or 4 feet below the smoke pipeentrance and provided with a clean-out doorat the base, tightly fitted, affording easyaccess for removing the accumulated dustand soot. No chimney flue should be less than 8inches in depth. Ventilating flues should be provided forin original plans. They should be located in inside walls, and in proximity
RM2AGEN6G–. Hardware merchandising January-March 1911. Heres a Good Seller The TRI-KOASTER A coaster and toy wagon in one This is one of the nicest-lookingand solidly-built combination toy wagons and coasters on the market.Can be used effectively as a delivery wagon. We have a largeassortment of these goods---each one full of the real Gendronquality. W, ite us for Catalog. The GENDRON MANUFACTURING CO., Ltd.TORONTO, CANADA. The Painters Favourite You can just meet the demand for a combinationstep-ladder and trestle if you are featuring the DECORATORLADDER As its name implies, this ladder is a great fa-v
RM2AJ2BYT–Hardware merchandising March-June 1917 . de, and several important pa-pers read, after which there was consid-erable discussion. During the conven-tion it was stated that the G. F. Ste-phens Co. had had a record spring, thebiggest demand coming from the coun-try districts. It was also stated thatthere would be an enormous amount ofbuilding this year, and the firm is mak-ing plans for a banner year. At the close of the convention, a ban-quet was held at the St. Regis, followedby a theatre party. Among those whoattended the convention were: G. F.Stephens, president; F. W. Stephens, L. C. Stephen
RM2AJ9311–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Homer & Wilson CHEVROLETLOCK We are displaying thishandsome, efficient vest-pocket size Chevrolet lockon a neat card, which ifdisplayed on your count-er, or in your window,will prove to be a money-making sales-getter. Order from your jobberor write direct. Homer & Wilson Lancaster StreetHAMILTON Keep your chains fromrunning too loose with MerchantsAnti-Skid Chain Tightener$1.00 PER PAIR Catching the chain at fivepoints gives even tension allaround. You can not losechains and yet the chainsare allowed to creep aroundwheels. Simple, light, neat,co
RM2AWWCN8–Hardware merchandising January-March 1919 . under these circumstances. Now for 1919 We have a bigger plant—bigger stock—bigger line—and better equipment.As for our appliances they have an AAi Rating. TRY US Our Service Policy will be—Ship from Stock. If you have not received a copy of ourlatest Catalogue C. WRITE US The National Electric Heating Co., Limited TORONTO CANADA Why Not Stock Them? WE are Washing Machine specialists. For twenty yearswe have been manufacturing home laundry equipmentexclusively. Our 1900 Cataract and 1900 AgitatorElectric Machines are the best designed Washers on the
RM2AG0KN8–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. .,Toronto. Ward & Payne, Sheffield, Eng.Ranges, Coal and WoodWrought Iron Range Co., Tor-onto.Range BoilersThos. Davidson Mfg. Co., Ltd..Montreal.Rat PoisonBuffalo Specialty Co., Brldge-burg.RaspsG. & H. Barnett Co., Philadel-phia, Pa.Delta File Works, Philadel-phia. Pa.Henrv Disston & Sons, Ltd., Philadelphia^ Pa.Nicholson File Co., Port Hope.Simonds Canada Saw Co., Mont-real.ReamersButterfield & Co., Rock Island,Que.Ratchet DrillsGoodell-Pratt Co., Greenfield,MassRecriprocating DrillsGoodell-Pratt Co., Greenfield,MassRazor HonesThe Carborundum Co., N
RM2AKFJWT–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Because:—Reliable Flashlight Battery priceswere reduced in price first, causing all others tofollow. They are completely made in Canada—You pay no duty. Because:—Reliable Batteries and Flashlightsare of highest quality, carefully manufacturedaccording to best standards—highly satisfactoryto customers. Because:—Reliable Battery and Flashlightquality is made known to thousands of Canadiancustomers through extensive magazine, farmjournal, newspaper and motor magazine ad-vertising. Because:—Reliable Batteries and Flashlightsgive you more profit than
RM2AM2X85–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . N» •..?,;.-•?» ?- ?....-..., Ail.:nc ».£::.... ...... M ^?SlSJ^n. KlWin. Wand s» *»n£te so*1 Atkins Sawss FREE 1 .V.!*0* ror 5),7 Run some really catchy, attractive advertisements in your local papers. Well furnish them free of charge. These are samples ofthe advertising plates that well send you FREE. They fit double column space, two inches high. Select those which you wish and write us for them. Use them in your local paper or in printing circulars. Theyll bring you more business.If you will write us saying How can I increase my sales? well sho
RM2AKYFNJ–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . it PARAGON ff FIRE EXTINGUISHER ( Accepted by the Government Inspectors.) LUDGER GRAVEL Agent26 Jacques-Cartier Square, 53 Montreal HARDWARE AND METAL. THE BRIGHTENER OF THE HOME f^T^caueR
RM2AJK4Y6–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Canadian GiantPower Hammer No. 1 A Toledo PipeStock No. 6. Hand and Power Drilling Machine No. 3. Horse Shoers Vise and Bolt Header Jardine Tools are known and liked wherever there is a shop or a me-chanic. The reason for this is sound; mechanics find that Jardine Toolsserve their purposes efficiently. Like efficient men, efficient tools are always in demand. The mechanicfollows the tools—he becomes your customer if you stock Jardines. FArery industrial plant in your locality, and its workmen, are your pros-pects for Jardine Tools. Write for Cat
RM2AG45P5–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. sale by mE/i/FKiNRi/LEfio. of/?anada*£ti>. Windsor, ont. FOR All JOBBERS. CATALOGUEON REQUEST n o rpi 3 M r p mm 0 z o W T3CD 3 3 p D r+ cr 3 CD CD n> t—K Q* P 03 3 ^ H—* CD ^ !-t 03 >D c c p •t OS 03 CD o.
RM2AKWFE7–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . It takestheArm Workout of Farm Work Lay Porta-Power is a durable andpractical implement, well con-structed, that takes its power fromthe rear wheels of any automobileand will develop from 5 to 20 H.P., dependingon the size of the car. It acts as a portablegasoline engine, at just one-third the cost ofa stationary plant. It takes the engine tothe job, not the job to the engine. Woodsawing, feed grinding and cutting, pumping, ensilage cutting, silo filling andfarm lighting are only a few of the farm jobs that this implement can be readilyused for.
RM2AFYK01–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. The Laidlaw Bale-Tie Co. Ltd., Hamilton Ont. Geo. W. Laidlaw, Vancouver, B.C. Harry F. Moulden, Winnipeg, Man. THE HANDY ANDY FORCE CUP FOR HOUSEHOLD USE Enables anyone to keep the waste pipes of sinks, basins,baths, tubs, etc., free and clear, and in a safe andsanitary condition. THERES A GOOD SALE FOR THEM MANUFACTURED SOLELY BY The Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co. of Toronto, Limited Toronto Montreal Halifax Winnipeg Calgary Vancouver
RM2AJ3FDH–Hardware merchandising January-March 1911 . this car at thesame time. Write for full details andcatalogs. (EXCLUSIVELY COMMERCIAL) IGNITION—Bosch magneto. FRAME—Three-in. channel section steel; length over all, 144 in.; width over all, 32 in.AXLES—Drop forge front and rear I beamSTEERING—Improved solid double nut, 16-in. ebony steering wheel.TIRES—Solid endless rubber, front 34x2% in.; rear 34x3 in.CONTROL—Slow speed forward, reverse and brake operated by foot pedals. Clutch and emergency brake by one hand lever, spark and throttle by levers at top of steering wheel. LEVERS—All levers, foot pe
RM2ANEFBM–Hardware merchandising September-December 1911 . ; R. line. Ask for it now while you think of it. Harrington & Richardson Arms Co., 2L2^S2L 15 HARDWARE AND METAL We Absolutely Guarantee With Better Results A 50 per cent. Saving In Fuel The past and present records ofthis range enable us to place anabsolute guarantee on every onethat leaves our shops—a guaranteethat it will save 50% in fuel costs,and bring excellent results inbaking, cooking, heating, etc. Wherever these ranges havebeen used they have given com-plete satisfaction—a satisfactionthat has resulted in many repeatorders and testimon
RM2AG48XF–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. June 16, 1917. HARDWARE AND METAL 11. These logs will he sawn into boards in our own mill anastacked to season for three years before using. HENRY DISSTON & SONS Limited
RM2AJHYFB–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . House Paint AND GO AHEAD AND USE IT. We do not make or sell inferior paints. Sell them to your customer with the StephensGuarantee. We stand behind every bit of paintwe send out. If you are in a hurry, we are always ready to shipas soon as we receive your order. G. F. Stephens & Co., Limited Paint MakersWINNIPEG - and - CALGARY O.K. THIMBLES. Every new house In yonr town meant a pros-pect for several O.K. Stove Pipe Thimbles.Yon should carry a good supply In stock andbe ready to supply them when wanted. O.K. Thimbles are made for both floors andpa
RM2AKNBD3–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . Little Giant 2 Stock Set MotorScrew Plates With all signs pointing toward a record-breaking season forpassenger cars, trucks and tractors the prospects are bright fora brisk season for maintenance and repair tools. 9 MM/1 S* 0. Combination Screw Plates in both U.S. and S.A.E. standard threadscontain a good range of tap and die sizes. They give the best pos-sible service. They secure thereby for their owners maximum resultsat a minimum expense. There is a screw plate for every need listed inour new No. 40 Catalog. Make your selectionin good seaso
RM2AJ13W1–Hardware merchandising March-June 1917 . base 32 00 IXXX. 20x28 base 36 00 Raven and Murex Grades—IC, 20x28 base, 56 sheets... 10 00IX, 20x28 base, 56 sheets... 11 00IXX, 20x28 base, 56 sheets 13 00IXXX, 20x28 base, 56 sheets 15 00 CHARCOAL TERNE PLATES Dean or I G Grade— I C, 20 x 28, 112 sheets, 200lbs., $17; 216 lbs., $18.COKES, AMERICANBessemer Steel— 14x20 I.C., base 10 50 20x28 I.C., double box 21 00 CLOCKS Big Ben $2 40-$2 50 Good Morning, each 105 Lookout 135 CROWBARS, 5% to 6c per lb.DRILLS Bit Stock Drills, 40%.Rd. Sbk., 40%.Wood Drills. 20%.DOMINION CROWN BEST—DOUBLE-COATED TISSUE.
RM2AG52F8–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. w, there they are, face toface, with the secretary asking, Now,then, whats the matter with you fellows? Ottawa Idea hitches with the farmers:Not long ago the business men of thetown decided to abolish hitching rights onthe main streets. Of course they couldhave gone ahead and done it out of hand,and created ill feeling among the farmersat once. But instead they sent out aletter, stating the plan, offering to pro-vide a hitching place handily situated,and asking farmers what they thoughtabout it. All wrote back that it would bea good thing; so it was do
RM2AG0GMR–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. Factory—Hamilton, Ont.; Vancouver Branch: 109 Powell St. Tl:rtf:V*L-;: • ^?????•-??: ??.•S-a:W. ?•?>Vvv...--A/. ?•>?-•:•?.??:?•.?•?. jjjg&jjf Wrought and steel Plate, WASH ERS ^ *k 0FALL Jy •.?liVivvVi•*• if.v 3 1 DESCRIPTIONS j^^^^. Annealed Rivet Burrs; FelloePlates; Sheared and PunchedPlates; Malleable Washers andCast Iron Washers. PROMPT SHIPMENTS We Guarantee Quality anil Service. Wrought Washer Mfg. Co. MILWAUKEE, WIS. .?m,«jU.i.... - J ????.? —*. •—?*??—•?•?>>•»* Ask Us For Wrapping Papers 10,000 Rolls and Reamsand Twines Very lar
RM2AKBG4R–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . ghAS taken from the mould, item 453; cast- ings, iron or steel, machined in anymanner, not being integral parts of ma-chinery or otherwise provided for, tariffitem 454; whiffletrees and neck yokesdutiable according to material; clevises,iron or steel, dutiable under tariff item454. Tariff under item 454 is: British pre-ferential, 20 per cent.; intermediate, 27%per cent.; general, 30 per cent. FLASHLIGHT SALES INCREASINGSTEADILY Cmtinued from Page 48 ed seriously, causing loss of life andproperty. All these troubles are unnecessary. Aflashlight e
RM2AWFC66–Hardware merchandising September-December 1911 . The Roofingthat givesevery buyerintrinsic valuefor his money. It has takenmany years ofhard studyand experimenting to produce this su-perior weather resisting product. It can be easily laid by any workmanand is guaranteed to remain absolutelywaterprooffor years. Our propo-sition andprices aresure to inter-est you —Write at once..
RM2AGAMC2–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. If interested, tear out this page and keep with letters to be answered. May 19, 1917. HARDWARE AND METAL Lawn Supplies ETC. EMPRESS Ie^r.ngLAWN MOWERS H HIGHWHEEL WOODYATTLAWN MOWERS CTAD MEDIUMO 1 fl. PRICED LAWN MOWERS WATER WEIGHTLAWN ROLLERS Garden Tools in Sets HOSE. HOSE NOZZLES Couplings and Clamps HOSE REELS in Wood and Steel
RM2AKN62A–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . OLTS FIRE ARMS The national advertising back of Colts Fire Armsserves as a reminder to hunter, trader, trapper, camper,sportsman and householder of what they already know—that for accuracy, dependability and all-round usethere is nothing to be compared with a Colt. That is why a Colt is always in universal demand. We are doing our best to fill all orders.Keep us posted ahead on your wants.. Colts Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co. Hartford, Conn. Canadian Representative : A. Macfarlane& Co., Limited, Montreal, P.Q. *l2z m*^ IS GNltiort DRY - I^ADa Dry
RM2AFR1RP–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. 75 HARDWARE AND METAL BLACK DIAMOND FILE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1863 ^j^K^L INCORPORATED 1895 Twelve Medals of Special Grand Award at *^L Prize INTERNATIONAL GOLD MEDAL Expositions. Atlanta, 1895 Copy of Catalogue will be sent free to any interested File User upon application. G. & H. BARNETT COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Owned and operated by Nicholson File Co. We have the finest machinery and every facility for pro-ducing best quality WIRE NAILS AND STAPLES These nails have perfect heads and points and we havetaken special care in the drawing to obtain a
RM2AG8GH2–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. A few of our beautiful line of Cut Glass Knobs HIGH-CLASS BUILDERS HARDWAREofall kinds for high-class buildings, banks, offices, residences, etc. The Belleville Hardware and Lock Manufacturing Go. LIMITED Head Office andFactory BELLEVILLECanada. [LJQuiD^MiSjffl For finishing floors in the?*** most durable manner possible. There is no substitute. crrY| For the finest rubbed (dull) or polished finish on interiorwoodwork. It has for upwards of 50 yearsbeen the standard. [[jjisTtTMiTEBiORl For interior woodwork expos- ed to severe wear. Stands the ac
RM2AJ1YEK–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . On Cash Basis Except for the business that is donewith contractors and similar accounts,the firms trade is on cash basis, and Mr.Stesle figures that in following this plan,he is saving himself a good deal of timeand worry, besides having the money heneeds for carrying on his business andreplenishing his stock. If you buy right you can sell right,he says, and to buy right you needmoney. If I had a lot of money on mybooks I could not use it for keeping upmy stock, and in addition I would havea lot of real work collecting it and chas-ing up those w
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RM2AJJNY1–Hardware merchandising October-December 1910 . r: REPAIR!NG OUTFIT^N? 1jot,Skoe,Harness andTinwareRepairTnG .. KgontwY We carry large stocks of
RM2ANGMN2–Hardware merchandising September-December 1911 . $18.00 per doz. International MONTREAL, Retail at $2.50 Distributing Co. CANADA
RM2AGAA90–. Hardware merchandising January-March 1911. WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL KINDS OF STEEL CELLS, STEEL WORK, ETC.,FOR PRISONS, JAILS AND CITY LOCKUPS..
RM2ANBPCG–Hardware merchandising September-December 1911 . Attractive, Convenient, Durable, Reasonable in Price. Our Patented Metal Shelf Boxes trill Improve the appearance ofyour store, and will enable you to give your customers quickerand more efficient service. Advise us space you have available for shelf boxes and shelving and we will sketch out plan and give you our best price for same. Send for Illustrated catalogue, it will interest you. Cameron and Campbell, - Toron. CONNOR Connor Washersand Wringers All dealers who handle our goods are enthusi-astic over the satisfaction they are giving. Theyha
RM2AG8MNT–. Hardware merchandising August-October 1912. , 72% and10 per cent.; flat head, brass, 77% and10 per cent.; coach, 65 per cent. Staples—Bright wire per cwt., $2.50at Fort William; $2.90, Winnipeg. Linseed Oil—Raw, per gal., $1.05;boiled, per gal., $1.08. Turpentine—Per gal., barrel lots, 80c. Dry Colors—White lead in ton lots,decorators pure $7.75; decorators spe-cial, $7.25; in small lots advance price 25cents per cwt.; red lead, kegs, $6.50;yellow ochre, in barrel lots, 2%c; lessthan barrel lots, 3c; golden ochre, bar-rels, 3%c; less than barrels, 4c; Vene-tian red, barrel, $2.50; less than
RM2AJKYHJ–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . ^ecopATAPP0*0* Strainer Sauce Pan confining the steam, which will burstthe jackets, thus practically peeling thepotatoes. The actual capacity of thepan is five quarts. SAFETY RAZOR SHARPENER A new form of safety razor bladesharpener is being placed on the marketby the Warner-Jones Company, of St.Paul, Minn., which they claim is theonly thing of its kind in the world. Themost original point about this sharpeneris that in sharpening a blade it is im-possible to make a stroke in any but adiagonal direction. Most other sharp-eners require a straight
RM2AGA095–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. Regular Wrenches Head and Bar Drop Forged in one piece. FITTEDWITH W. & B. EASY ACTING SCREW and thoroughlyseasoned handle. The Whitman & Barnes Manufacturing Company ST. CATHARINES, ESTABLISHED 61 YEARS ONTARIO // interested, tear out this p age and keep with letters to be answered. 30 HARDWARE AND METAL May 19, 1917. S ±frni. Stanley Mitre Boxes Every mechanic that visits your store would beinterested in a STANLEY MITRE BOX. They are strong, durable and accurate, andhave a number of striking features that appealto those who handle tools. Special circ
RM2AM3BN6–Hardware merchandising January-June 1897 . Cast Steel Bladeleaded into hard-wood handle. No. 2 Ice Pick. Tempered CastSteel Blade withwood handle andmalleable band. ESTABLISHED 1839. SEYMOUR CUTLERY CO. Successors to Henry Seymour Cutlery Co. Office and factory . . HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS, U.S.A. Every pair of Seymour Shears is fully warranted,and if found imperfect from any cause will be replacedwith perfect shears. Manufacturers of . . Shears, Scissors and . . Sheep Shears. All Seymour Shears are water hardened and are the best made. No commission house is sole agent for the genuine Seymour S
RM2AKHXM0–Hardware merchandising September-December 1919 . The L. Martin Co. -*? GERMANTOWN LAMPBLACKS ENGLAND and AMERICA Originators of Eagle, OldStandard, Globe and PyramidGermantown Brands. Suppliers of Bulk Blacks tothe highest class GrindingTrade.. THE L. MARTIN CO. Montreal Toronto Philadelphia New York Winnipeg London, Eng.
RM2AGBX0T–. Hardware merchandising March-June 1917. gauge J« 28 nauge ? ,u SHEETS, CORRUGATED See weekly report. SHEETS, GALVANIZED Premier Galvanized Per 100 lbs. f.o.b. Hamilton andToronto. 10% oz $ 8 80 U.;S. 28 8 50 U.S. 26 8 20 22 and 24 8 05 18 and 20 7 90 14 and 16 1 75 Oolborne Crown—16-20 gauge,$9.05 : 22-24 gauge, $9.25 ; 26 gauge.K9.50; 28 gauge, $9.75. Less 25cin cash lots. Apollo Brand. Montreal Toronto 14 gauge 8 40 7 85 16 gauge 8 40 7 95 18-20 gauge .... 8 60 8 10 22-24 gauge 8 80 8 25 26 gauge 9 00 8 40 28 gauge 9 40 8 70 10% ozzs 9 85 9 00 Add 20c for less than ton lets. Galvanized B.W