Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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Tu whit! Tu whoo! See The Sliding Shoe. Casrers are gone to the rear. Rugs and carpets will wear And never will tear When using The Sliding Shoe. No longer the floors with marks are filled.Casters are gone, their goose is killed. E wise like me,Whate er you doDo not forget The; Sliding Shoe Chairs are upright, youre never spilled *When using The Sliding Shoe.And what is The Sliding Shoe? you say.Why is it better than the usual way?Let us send you the facts and then youll know.We have the goods and are ready to show. SEE THAT YOUR FURNITURE IS WELL SHOD USE THE SLIDING SHOE THE FAIR MFG. CO* F&. 1 ; – Seriously: Tt is for youSieve your valuable carpets ir interest to investigate The Sliding Sho,and rugs, also the defacement of your foot.
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Write for Our Book Plants ana Plans forDeautirul Surroundings It is full of invaluable information, illustrations of flowers and beautiful lawns.It shows how the modest as well as the mostextensive grounds can easily be madecbarmingand attractive. There is nothing more pleasingand delightful to cultured taste than artisticand properly planted grounds.We grow and import all of the choicesthardy plants, shrubs, trees, box and baytrees for creating beautiful landscapeeffects in formal or natural landscapegardening. Write now, lest you forget. ^Vagner Pai-k ConservatoriesBox 207 Sidney, Ohi.^ A. J. C. Ticlchir, Archiuct. Hew Yort ^~ – >-* •l^teyu £$-t – ^Bt ^Hj^^H^^ftbr –■■ y/wJ B Cabot s Shingle Stains For Shingles and all Rough Woodwork Are 50% cheaper than paint Cost 30% less to apply Look 100% handsomer than paint The colors are softer and richer, nearer tonature than paint, and wood treated withCreosote is not subject to dry-rot or otherdecay.—Century Dictionary. Samples
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