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THE LIBRARIES
UR only n Building Material
O is this 1
endeavor to ill COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Ver9 bow.
of the leading
mcnse stock
\Ve are the Ir freight rates prevent.you.fr_Qm sending
the United St: f the geographical location of Cincin-
ing material, s almost in the center of population-
of trade, and 1: y and en e rgetic President in the mat-
si ve business • d to the further fact that we are AL-
high quality 11LL EACH ITEM UN DER ITS
prices-prices :) i\, you will be agreeably surprised at
cated elsewhe1
AVERY LIBRARY ou will ha\•e to pay.
men t ary t ri a l <
of the t ru th 0 1

tee Safe PeJiv~~r9,


How We 1\re 1\ble T1 ' -- ' ~
s or anyth ing else or refund ·you the
\Ve ha\•e no traveling sal esmen or o the
on that you send us y'Our -paid freight

-- acter, and by selling only for cash with t he


tremendous amount of credit losses, b ookkeep ing a nd other expenses ;
and by manufacturing in ext remely la r ge q ua ntities and shi pping
om, rnaorsea m wntmg by the stat ion agent, _;is to th e condition of
goods upon arrival at destination , in order that we may put in our
claim agai n st the railroa d or transportation company; or, if you\:an
direct from our se\•eral facto ries, we are able to red uce the cost of
buy the glass or other material needed from your nearest source-of
our goods to the bare m inimum, to whic h we add only our one small
s upply, you may do so, sending us the receipted bill therefor; togethe·r
profit in making these prices to yo u. I s i t a ny wond er that we are
with your receipted freight bill with agent's notatio n thereon, and we
able to save you from 25 to 50 perce nt ? T h is is w he re you gain by
will promptly refund the cost of same. _ \Ve , ~annot make good any
doing business direct with the ma n ufacturer.
damage or shortage in tran sit unless you comply with abo\•e condi-
tions.
Our Guarantee.
All goods illustra ~ ed i n t his catalog ue are guaranteed to b e pe r-
fectly satisfactory, exact ly a s represe nted. If not found so, they may Wh9 Our Goods 1\re Better Than
be returned and your mon ey will be immediately refunded, and we
will pay fre ight or express charges both ways. Others.

We Go 1\n9where For Business. All of our competitors buy around the country from different
manufacturers, where\•er they can buy the cheapest. This' means
Our customers a re foun d a ll o ver the United States. Give us that the best goods are not always shipped. In fact, in this money
yo ur name and address a nd we will be g lad to refer you to our near- making age of close competition, the tendency is to lower the price
es t customer (who very li ke ly will be fo und to be one of your neigh- at the expense of quality. To the contrary we, as manufacturers,
bors) who has been doing bus in ess wi th us fo r y ears and saving an have our reputation for high quality to sustain, and we understind
im mense amoun t of mo n ey by so do in g . \V e h ave not a single dis- our business-watching every detail of the manufacturing from start
satisfied customer on our r ecords for t he si m ple reason that we can- to finish, realizing that every improvement in quality will increase
not afford to have dissa t isfaction of a ny k ind exi st in our business our business-and see that t he goods are ca refully crated and boxed
caree r. l"air, honest, uprigh t , en terpr ising method s have broug ht u s and delivered to yo u in bright, clean condition-the -same condition
this extensive bu~iness a n d we propose to kee p and hold it in the in which they leave the factory. This is the difference between buy-
same way in the future. ing from others and sendin g us your orders. In figuring on bills in-
sist on having other concerns make you AN ITEl\IIZED ESTI-
MAT E , giving the price of each item, so that you can compare them
IJuilding Material- 1\ bif~time !?rope= with our prices-piece for piece. Do this and sa\'e monev.
sition.
Unlike weari ng ap parel (s uc h as a hat, for i ns ta nce, whic h is
u1:1ually made for one season's use) , buil ding m a terial is generally Concerning Marl{et Fluctuations.
purchased for a permanent improvem e nt - for a li fe ti me usage, i f
you please; nnd we mainta in that purc h asers s h o uld keep the abO\·e
fact well in mind whe n making thei r selectio n s. N o one wants a At the time of going to p r ess, all prices in this catalogue were
door that will open u p in t he joints, or warp or twis t a n d go to pi eces correct, and our wants were anticipated by large contracts, stocks on
alte r being hung- for a month or two. Supposing that it is :m expe n - hand, etc. ; but wh e n our stock on hand is sold or when a contract
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sh•e door, elegantly finished at a great cos t ; d on't you sec t hat y ou e x pires and the market conditions are such that we can make you a
would, under ahm·e conditions, not on ly he ou t of pocket th e price sa vi ng on any of the items in your order at the time the order is re·
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of the door, but the cos t of the hanging and finishing ;1s we ll , bes id es ceivcd-a saving beyond the very low prices shown in this catalogue, I
the annoyance and expense caused by taking out the old doo r a n d yo u c an r ely upon our doing so by deducting the difference from the I
fitting in and finishing a llt'\\' one? And what applies to a doo r is a mount r ece ive d and remitting this difference to you in cash. And
also true of hundreds of other items in the building materi al li n e.
We do not clai m to be the only manufacturers of high grade bu ilding
as the tend e ncy is al ways toward larger contracts and lower prices
a nd larger b usiness through gi\'ing our cu stomers full measure at all
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matl'rial in the country, but we do say that e\'ery article turned out
of 11ur laq;c modern factory is ,::iven careful, con~cientious attention
t imes, yo u w ill really be s ur p rised ( if you are doing business with us
o f any conseque nce) to see how o ft e n we are able to make you an ad -
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-en·ry detail is attended to with s trict fidelity, and when the ma-
teri al i~ finally delh·cred, there certainly can he no fault found by the
ditio nal savin g. On th e other hand, the necessity for advancing
prices ve ry r are ly happens ; but as a protection to us, at the extreme-
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cu!'t•>mer. \Ve lm•nriahly succeed in pleasing- this is, and a l ways ly low prices we are making, we must reserve this righ t, and this
will he, our aim, space is used to in form every one of the right so reserved. I
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ABOU T OUR RESPONSIBI LITY . W E ARE BUILDI N G M ATERI AL SPECIA LISTS


Inquire from your bank, or write any bank, mercantil e agency, Owing to t he fact that we deYote our enti re time and talents
manufa ct u rer or merchant in Cincinnati , and ask them whether or t o b~ildi n g material EXCLU S IVELY, and fo r thii; rcai;on beli eve
not we are per fectly responsible, with best possible reputation we are in a fa r better position than most of our competitors (who
for attempt t o handl e everything) to gi,·c your inquiries and orders
THAT P ROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION so absolutely nec-
FAIR DEALING AND BEST GOODS. essa ry fo r satisfactory results in this particula r line. In com-
pa ring our pr ices wi th others, BE SUHE TO CO.MPAHE THE
P oor shoddv work will not est a blish permanent business re- QUALITY ALSO.
lations betwrc n. us, a nd if vou only expect to buy from us once,
a nd are only orderi ng the. goods because the p rice is low, we
would rather not have t he ord er . DIRE CTI ONS FOR ORDE RING A ND MAKI NG
INQU IR IES.
OUR TERMS ARE NET CASH . ' Ve will send you FREE order "blanks upon request.
The prices printed in this catalogue are net, spot cash, from Save valuable time by closely following directions below:
wh ich there is no discount, no ma t ter how large t he order may
be. \\"e have a l ready figured our profit as low as it is possible to Doors, windows and blinds a re oJtcn ordered 1, 114, I'¥.! and 2
figure and this profit is added to the bare cost of t he goods to inc hes thick. Do not use these terms, as it only delays orders.
us, sd whether you a re the largest dealer in your city ; whether The regu la r thicknesses are %, 1 %, l % and l %. inches, and all
you wish to order goods to the a mount of one dollar or one thou- other t hicknesses must be made to order at extra prices. Unless
s and doll a rs, the pr ices will be exactly the same, the prices that otherwise specified, we will understand a ll orders for special work
a.re pla inly pr inted in t his book, from which there is no discount as calli ng for r egula r Cincinnati style of goods. The universal
or concession of any k ind under any circumstances. We accept rule in ordering mill work is t o give the W IDTH firs t and then the
height.
orders only under the foll owing conditions : Cash in full must
accompany order. Posith'ely no goods shipped C. 0. D. Goods DO NOT CUT T H IS CATALOG UE.
sent as ordered will not be t aken back or exchanged. Order can
not be countermanded or changed after it is placed in work with Order by Number, Size and Price, a nd we w ill know what
t he factory. you mean. Make yourself plain by ro ugh sketches and otherwise
where n ecessa ry. You can not be too plain in your description of
PROMPT SHIPMENTS. articles wanted.
We can usually ship any· goods shown in this catalogue same
day order is received. • We enjoy a unique distinction in this WINDOWS AND SASH.
res pect, as we carry la rge stocks at all time11, and make a spe·
cialty of prompt sh ipments, knowing that when a customer orders A window indicates t wo pfeces. A sash indicates one piece.
~ t hey are usually wanted' quick. Orders for odd or special A set of sash indicates more than t wo pieces, a nd order should
w ork are bandied by us in a rapid manner, consistent only with be accompa nied with sket ch. In ordering regular goods, give our
good work, but, of cou rse, we r<>quire a little time in which to ex- cat a logue number, size of glass, n umber of lights, and state price.
ecute t hem, depending entirely on the .:haracter of the work. But In ordering special size of sash or windows, give size of gl ass and
we can &!ways tell you how long it will take, and as we can ship number of -lights and thickness and size of opening in frame.
all stock work im media t ely, we often let it go ahead, so that the State whether ch eck or pl a in rail , and if glazed with single or
eustomer can close up his building, and the odd or special work double st rength glass, a ud make a sket ch.
a lmost always jlfrives by the time it is needed. If you do not see
what you want in t.his catalo~ue, advise us, and we will make you
special quotations. DOORS.
In ordering doors, a lways give widt h, height, t hickness, n umber
ABOUT PRICES DELIVERED AT YOUR of panels, and ql:lality, and state price.
RAILROAD STATION. In ordering Blinds, Screens, Grilles, Parquetry, Flooring,
Paints, Hardware, or any of the thousand and one items shown
If you ask for a delivered price we (and every one else, also) in this catalogue, a lways remember to order by number and give
muat estimate the weights. We, nor any other business house, full description and price, so t here will be no mistake and time
will estimate weights too low. You can save nothing by getting lost in lengthy correspondence. IF YOU DO NOT SEE WHAT
' a delivered price, for the freight is exactly the same, no matter YO U WANT IN THIS CATALOGUE, ASK FOR IT-WE CAN
who pays it; and if you pay it on receipt of goods, you can have FURNISH IT, IF IT IS BUILDING MATERIAL.
the goods re-weighed if you think you are charged for over-
weight, and take no chance of perhaps paying more than actual
freight, as you are sure to do when you buy at a delivered price.

HOW WE MAKE EVERY TRANSACTION WITH USE OUR O RDER BLA N KS


US STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
SENT FREE UPON AP PLICATIO N
Our name and address does not appear on any box, pack-
age, wrapper, tag, envelope or article of merchandise.
Many people, especially merchants and business houses, do
not care to have others know where or from whom they buy Be car eful to W rite
their goods, as many people object to ha ving the name of .the
shipper spread acroes every box or package, so t hat when it is un- Plainly Name, Mailing
loaded at the railroad station every one can see what t hey are
getting and where they buy it. To p rotect all those who care for Address and S hippi n g
t his protection and make it possible for you to order your goods
from us with no fea r of any one learning at the rai_lroad station ,
Point. This is
e.."'<press office or elsewhere wha t y ou bought or where you bought
it, our name and address will not ap pear ' on any box, package,
tag, envelope or a rticle of merchandise.
IMPORTANT
For example, if you are a merchant and wish t o bu y goods t o
sell again, · your customers will be una bl e to learn from any ma rks
inside or outside where you bought t he goods or what you pa.id
U S E OUR ORDE R BLAN KS
for them. S E NT FREE UPO N APPLICAT I ON
While we would be glad to have our n ame a ppear on every
article of merchandise and on every box and pack age, as a valu ·
able means of advertising-. we have learned that t housands of ou r
customers need the prot ection t hat the omitting of our name '
a.ffords.
2 'l'IIE PEASE CO., Cl~CINNA'I'I, 0111~, U. S. A.

•\\' I•'rame is all we ask for \Vindow Frame ~ o. 2,


$1.15 -' s
·' () I. .l! $1.30 all complete, as shown below.
FULL BOX WINDOW FRAMES.

For Brick or Cement Block Bulldlngs-9


Inch Wall.
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Window Frame, No. N-3.


For Brick or Cement Block Bulldlngs-9 Inch Wall.

D -Inside Lining, Ya x 4 in . ... . Yellow Pine.


Window Frame N o . l. Window Frame. No. 2.
()l oulded Drip Cap.) R-Back Lining, Yax 4 in.
(PliLin Drip Cap. )
A-Inside Stop, M x l },S' in. "
These frames are made from Poplar, and have pulley stiles, Ys in. x 4Ys in., blind CC-Pulley Stile, Ya x 4 in. "
stops, Ys in. x IM in., sill, 1%' in. x 3%' in., sub-sill, Ya in. x 5%' in,, and outside casings,
131) in. x 4M in. For windows averaging 24 x 36, 2 lights and smaller, including drip, E-Parting Stop, M x Ya in. "
inside stops and parti ng stops, all complete in the knockdown, ready to put together, in B-Blind Stop, , Yax 47' in. . . . . "
stro~g shipping package. . H-Out-hanging Stile, 1,% x 1%' in ...... Poplar.
Window Frame, No. 1,. ... $1 15 each. \Vmdow Frame, No. 2,. ... $1 30 each. Sill, 5%' x l},S' in •... ..... Poplar or Cypress.
If pulleys are wanted (our No. 311), add 10 cents per frame. For larger
sizes of either frame, not over 40 x 36. 2 lights, add 25 cents per frame. Above frame, all com!'lete, with steel pulleys
(our No. 12), for windows 30 x 36, 2 lights
~ I and smaller, in the knock down, ready to put
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....0 Q) together ........••.•..•.... ... ...... $1 8 5 each.·
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\Ve also carry in stock window frame
which is same as No. N -3, except plowed in :nside
~o. F-3,

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Q) lining to receive jamb casing (for walls thicker than
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0 c: 9 inches) at same price as window frame No. N-3.
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·~ c: Cl:! See Hardware Department For
"O c: 00 FRAME PULLEYS, SASH CORD,
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c: c. WEIGHTS AND HARDWARE
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0 bJl OF ALL KINDS.
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bJl OUTSIDE DOOR FRAMES.
0 <1S
Q) c. For Brick or Cement Block Bulldlngs-9
.!::! Q) lncl1 Wall.
flt Q)
c: en
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W indow Frame, No. B-6. OUTSIDE DOOR FRAME, No, B· 1.

Description.
D<lscrl ptlon.
Sill, 3% x 1% ......... Poplar or Cypress, Jambs, 1.% x 5%', Rabbeted.
Sub·Sill, 5% x JU . " " Outside Casings, 1.}6 x 47', Cypress or
Outside Casing, l '1Jx-F2, " " Poplar.
Drip Cap, Ys x n~... . " " Drip Cap, Ys x1%, Cypress.
Pulley Stil es, Yn x 4 ......... Yellow Pine.
Sill, 7% x 1%, Oak.
lllind Stop, Ya x Pa. . . . . " "
Inside Linin~,_Ya x 1%'...... "
In11lde Stop,% x I3'fl . . .... . For unsheathed frame buildings use our
Parting Stop, M x Ya .....•. " " No. A·l frame (same as abo,·e except Outside Door Fram ... No. N-2.

This i' the m ost popular stock frame in jambs, 1% x 4.Ya). All sizes in stock up to For Brick or Cement Block Bulldlnll's-9 Inch Wallo. •
exi stence. It ca n easily be reduced to an y 3 ft. x 7 ft.
Always shipped in the knock down.
small er 11lze by the ca rpenter, if necessary.
For un sheathed fram e buildin gs remove
the Ins ide lining (A). All sizes in stock up
to 11nd in cludin g 30 x 36, l ~, 2 lig hts.
Can be easily reduced to smaller size by
carpenter. Price complete for door 3 ft.
x 7 ft. or smaller ............. $1 7 5 each.
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Jamb,s and Head, 1% x 7~ in., Poplar or Cypress.

Above frame, all complete in the knock down,


A lw ayR shipped in the knock down. ready to put together, for doors 3 ft. x 7 ft. and
Prices for fr a m e com plrte, all ready to If above frame, No. B·l, is wanted with smaller ..•....••...•.•............. $2 00 each.
nail to g ether (orn itt ln1; pulley s), $ 1.50. outside casi ngs, 1,% x 4M in., try our No.
If pu lleys are wanted (our No. 12), add B-2 frame at ............... . $1 90 each.
10 ce nts per fram e. \Ve also carry in stock outside door frames, our
If llhovc frame, No. B-5, is wanted with For any o f above Door Frames made to
receive transom at top, add 35 cents per No. F-2, same as No. N-2, except with Jambs and
outside ca ,in~s, 1% x 4 ~ In., try our No.
B-6 outalde windo w frame at $1 65 each. frame. Head, 1% x 117' in. for 13 inch wall. $2 95 each.
'I'llE PEASE CO., CINCINNA'I'I, OHIO, U. S. A.

INSIDE DOOR FRAMES. llnihliug Pa1)Cr Dcpartmcut.


ALL SIZES IN STOCK UP TO 3 FEET x 7 FEET. ALWAYS
SHIPPED IN THE KNOCK DOWN. AVONDALE
RED ROSI N
SHEATHIN G PAPER
\Ve have no hesitancy in declar·
ing our A\•o ndale r ed ros in sheath·
ing paper to be th e best of its kind
on the market today. It is triple
ply, tough and firm. 36 inches
wide and comes 500 square feet to
the roll. Weight per roll about
25 lbs.

In,.lde Door
l ' ran1e, No. 11.1.
ln!ilde Door
Frame, No. H-2.
ln~lde Door ln!ilde Door
l·'r1une, No. 9. Fr1une, No. iO.
Our Price 37! cents per Roll.

Jambs, 1.% x 3,%', Jambs, 1.% x 5,%', lambs, Ys x 3,%', Jambs, Ys x 5,%',
Rab . .% x 1,%, Rab . .% x 1,%, "Stops, U x 1%;. Stops, U x 1%;. WE DO NOT CUT ROLLS OF
Yellow Pine, Yellow Pine, Yellow Pine, Yellow Pine,
62Uc. each. BUILDING PAPER OR ROOF·
75c. each. 60c. each. 70c. each.
Southern Ma- Southern Ma- ING.
hogany, 70c. ea. hogany, 80c. ea.
Cypress, 7 5c. ea. Cypress, 85c. ea.
Oak, $1 05 each. Oak, $1 30 each.
SUPERIOR
PRICES COVER FRAME ALL COMPLETE, Including STOPS.
WOOD FIBRE
SHEATHING PAPER
SACKETT'S This is a light weight, extremely
tough sheathing paper, suitable for
WATER- the best class of buildings, a nd
SLATER'S
PROOF where a "the very best that money
TARRED SHEATHING.
can buy "paper is desired. Superior
wood fibre paper is made direct
FELT, For sheathing under·
from wood pulp, and we find a
ready sale for it. \Veight, per
siding, slate, tin, shin·
SUPERIOR gles, floors, etc. Strong
roll, about 20 lbs.
and clean to handle, im-
BRAND. pervious to moisture , White Wood Fibre, an elegan t
water or gases. This piece of goods, per roll, 55c.
Tough felt, saturated sheathing is made by

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with tar. Put up in cementing together two Red Wood Fibre, just as tough as
rolls of 500 square feet sheets of oiled paper the WHITE, but not finish ed as
Weight about 35 lbs. with a waterproof com-
position. Put up in rolls smooth, per roll, 4 7 c.

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per roll.

Our
Price
69 cts. per
Roll.
containing 500 sq. ft.
Weight about 40 lbs. per
roll. Columbia Ready Roofing.
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DUPLEX
Samples of all of our
PLASTER
BOARD. Building Papers
A tough, firm, heavy
paper board, extensively and
used in place of plaster,
for lining the inside of
buildings. Can be Ready Roofings
nailed over boards or
lath; can also be paint· ltlailed .t'ree for tbe Asking.
ed or wall paper can be
pasted over it. Put up Just drop us a postal card and say Thoroughly durable1 adapted to flat or steep roofs; not affected
"send us your sam pies of building by temperature, steam or acids; easily laid-no special tools re-
in rolls 36 in. wide, con· quired; (does not irupart taste to raiu water). Waterproof and
taining 500 square feet. papen." Please sign your name practically fireproof. The cheapest and best appearing roof for
Weight about 60 lbs. and address PLAINLY . residences, barns, factories, sheds, etc.
Our two and three-ply Roofing is 32 inches wide, and put
per roll. up in rolls each containing 108 square feet , and about 40
feet 6 inches in length, allowing two iud1es for lay. En~ry roll
Our
Price
$145

per
Roll. Best Quality ROOFING IlRUSHES.
will cover 100 square feet, or 10 x JO, and each roll is wrapped
and labeled with direction• for putting on.
3 knot ......•••...... $0 83 cts. each POSITIVELY THE BEST CHEAP RO OFING.
-l knot .••.... .... ... 1 05
2- Ply, per roll (wt. 40 lbq.) ... 6lr.
3·Ply, " (wt. 60 lb8. )... 83c
I Caps, per" lb...................
Nails. .................. oi~
~x
cts
cts
OUR GUARANTEE. All goods shown in this catalogue are guaranteed
to be perfectly satisfactory - exactly as repre-
sented. If not found so, we pay freight both ways and refund your money immedi·
AS PHALT CEMENT CO ATING.
R11rrels, per gallon ......... 1 :l cts.
Half-Barrels, per gallon .. 18 cts.
I 5-gallou Cans, per gal... 20 cts
3 " " " " ... 22 C'ts
ately. WE GO ANYWHERE FOR BUSINESS AND GUARANTEE SAFE 1 '' " " " •.. Sl5 eta
~ 1 gal. cement. 1 lb. nails and 1 lb. caps required for each
DELIVERY. roll of Columbia Roofing.
'l'llE P E ASE CO. , C l .NC IN.NAT I, OHIO, U . S . A .
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To accumriod .. _~ the tremendous dc-mand for ready roofings of permanent, durable quality, we are now putting out on the
market somethin'.:'. -,at will supply the long felt want; something that we can absolutely guarantee as the BEST ROOFINGS EVER
KNO\\'N. \\" refe r to our PEASE "RUBBER IZED " and " ASP HALT-F LINT" brands. W~ consider our RUBBERIZED

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ROOFING the peer of all roofings of this character now before the public. It has the
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'appearance of rubber, although no rubber is employed in the manufacture. It is elastic
11 and pliable, strong and tough, practically fire-proof, no odor, not affected by climatic
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;I changes, acid and alkali proof, not affected by gases and vapors, can be used on steep or
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~ '· nearly flat roofs. A N YONE CAN AP PLY I T, will not shrink or crack, does not
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~ ~ taint water, requires no painting or coating for at least three years (our asphalt paint
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should be applied, say, every three to five years). Taken all in all, we can heartily recom-

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JIi !I ~~ I NG is made from hea vy fibrous wool felt, thoroughly saturated and heavily coated with
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~ z -~-"' pure T rinidad imported asphalt and surfaced with fine flint. Positively no coal tar or
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products of coal tar are allowed to enter into its manufacture. PEASE .ASPHALT-

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.1.f FLINT R OOFING will not run from the heat of the sun, has all of the best qualties of
any other good roofing, and is a fit running mate in every way for the RUBBERI ZED.
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Where sand or gravel coating is desired the ASPHALT-FLINT is usually selected, as it
saves the cost of sand or gravel and the cost of applying same. We sell about as much
of the ASPH ALT -F LINT as we do of the RUBBERIZED. Both the RUBBER-
'IZED and ASP H ALT-FLI NT ROOFINGS are packed in rolls containing 108
square feet, which is sufficient to lay 100 square feet, allowing for laps. 'Ve sometimes

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ship double rolls containing 216 square feet or sufficient to lay 200 square feet, allowing
for laps. F U LL DIRECT IONS FOR APPLY.ING, NAILS, CAPS AND CEMENT
F OR COATING L APS ARE PACKED IN THE CENTER OF EACH ROLL.

Guarantee
NET PRICES PER ROLL, SUFFICIENT TO LAY 1 00 SQUARE FEET
All goods s hown OF PEASE RUBBERIZED OR ASPHALT-FLINT ROOFING,
In this ca t alog COMPLETE WITH ALL NECESSARY NAILS, CAPS
are guara nteed
to be perfectl y AND CEMENT COATING FOR LAPS.
satisfactory, ex-
actl y as repre-
sented. If not Weigh t of Price of Weigh t of P rice of WE
'l H ICK N ~~8::l R UBBERIZED RU BBERIZED ASP H ALT-FLINT ASPHALT-FLINT
foun d so, we pay
the freight both
per roll
I per roll per roll per roll DO
NOT
ways a nd re-
fu nd your mon-
HALF-PLY . .
ONE-PLY ... .. 34 "
27 lbs. $1.38
1.45 55 .
45 lbs. $1.19
1.38 CUT
ey Immediate ly. TWO-PLY • .. . 44 " 1. 99 65 " 1.63
2.38 i5 " 1.85 ROLLS
T HREE-PLY .. 5-1 "
FREE SAMPLE S OF BOTH RUBBERIZED AND ASPHALT-FLINT
RO OFINGS MAILED UPON REQUEST.

PEASE ASPHALT PAINT,


especially prepared from pure
Trinidad imported Asphalt. An
excellent paint for above roof-
ings ot any metal surface, put up
in the following packages at net
price s shown: 1 , 2 , 3, 4, 5 or 10-
gallon c a ns, per gallon, 44 cts.
25 or 50-gallon barrels, per gal-
lon , 38 cts. Each

Showln1t Method or Applylnir over Shlnirlo R oot. Pease Roof Paint Brushes Three Knot, $ .83
Thi• roqulrea n loniier nail, and should b e epec- Extra Heavy Four Knot • , _ - 1.05'
lllod In your order.

J bowlnir Mo th od or AJ>11lyln1t on Bhonthed Roof.


'l'llE PEASE C O. , C INC I NNATI, 0 1110, U . S. A . 5

PEASE CENTURY ROOFING.


In the Pease Century Roofing, perfection m a ready roofing is attained.

/\BSOLUTEL Y FIRE PROOF,


WILL L/\ST /\S LONG /\S THE BUILDING,
DOES NOT REQUIRE P/\INTING,
COSTS NO MORE TH/\N OTHER ROOFINGS.
Showiug Construction .
Sectional view of roll

In the manufacture of the CENTURY ROOF-


ING we use only the best materials that money
can buy. CENTURY ROOFING is the pride of
our superintendent, who has had a practical exper-
ience of over forty years in the manufacture of
prepared roofings. This is the only prepared roof-
ing on the ma1ket having a three inch la p. Tak es
'
same rate of insurance as metal. N ote t h a t our
tooting nails have a concav e head, thereby insur-
ing a perfect binder aroun d the nail a fter being
driven through the roofing proper. This nail is a
vast improvement over the roofing n ails generally
used.

CENTURY ROOFING
~ Is manufactured from highest q u ality composition or as pha lt, in altern ate
layers of asphalt saturated felt , and surfaced w ith cr ushed gran ite. T h e

~
Roofin g N all No. 2.
machines u sed in crushing the granite and pressin g the Century Roofing (Specify th is nail wh en roofing is
Roofing Nail No. 1 0
a re all of special pattern and duly p atented. to be laid over sh ingles; it will be
furnished a t an advance of 10 cts
Ordinarily used. per roll.)

Net Prices of Century Roofing per roll, sufficient to lay 100 square feet complete, in·
clucling Nails ancl Cement for Coating Joints.
Weigh t per
roll, lbs .
CENTURY No. 2, Roofing Composition, surfaced with fin e crushed Granite, per roll . . $1.63 85
CENTURY No. 1, " " • " coarse " " " . 1.75 115
CENTURY No. 4, Genuine Trinidad Asphalt, surfaced with fine crushed granite, p er roll 1.94 90
CENTURY No. 3, '' " " " " coarse ·' " " 2.G7 120
To save freight, we usually shi p CENTURY ROOFING direct from factory.

r.~!~4;;~,'«;.!~:;.~:d1~;;;~f.~~e r
0
SAMPLES OF BUILDING PAPERS AND PREPARED ROOFINGS
iF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
THIS FOLDER
PAINTS S EN D F O R OU R BEAUTIFULLY I LLUSTR ATEDFO LD E~ ,E ~TITLED
GI V E S OUR P RI CES AND LOTS! pr0c1·1ca1 Paint1ng •
TELLS YOU ALL ABOUT O F VA L UABLE INFOR M ATIO ~.
JusT DROP us A PosTAL TO SECURE Q,ytcK R EsuL·Ts. MAI L E D FR E E.

OUR GUARANTEE. All goods s h own i n t his C atalog u e are g u a r an teed to be perfectly satisfactory-exactly as represe n ted.
If not foun d so, we pay the freight both w ays a nd re t'und your money immediately.
'I'JIE PE ASE CO •• CINCINNA'I'I, OHIO, U. S. A.

WINDOW FRAME MATERIAL DOOR FRAME MATERIAL. I Net


Pricet1
per JOO
Xt>t .Net

Ll I
lin. ft .

I
Prh•t>!'I Prlet>H
1•er 100 CROWX MOULD.
1•e r 100
liu. ft. lin. Jt .
POPLAR Or CYPRESS
O(l'l'<H DE CAS l~G . OUTSIDE .JAMB.
No. 8011, % x 23i . $1 00
~o. A-11, l~ in .x 4U in., Cy p res5, ... . $2 90 Xo. A-1, 1% in. :r. 4Ys in., Cypress .. $3 85 " 8010, H x 2%. 1 20
~ o. B-6, 1% in.x-t U in .. " . .. . 3 50 " B-1, 1% in. x 5% in., " 4 35 8014, "x 3U. 1 40
(j 00
" B-11, 1% in. x 5% in., " " 8009, " x 3%. 1 60
8012, " x 4,%. 1 80

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01JTS:i! DE HA~ Gl ~G STII.E.
~ ;J
" 8013, " x

CllOWN M.01JLD.
4%. 2 00

~o. B·9, 1% in.xi % in., Cypress 1 iO OUTSIDE .JAltIB. POPLAR OR CYPRESS,


No. A·lO, 1%' in. x 63i in., Cypress .. 6 75
so15, H x1 46
..
" B·lO, 1% in. x i3i in.,
F- 2, 1% In. x 11;.6 in.,
"
"
7 50
14 00 "
"
8011,
8016,
" x 1_% .. .
" x 1% . . .
66
80
WATER DRIP.

~
~o. 311, Ya in. x 1% in. Cypress ... . 80 CROWN 1'1101JLD.
" 8283, lU in. x l ~ in., :: .... 1 33
" 8284, lU in. x 2 in., 1 69 P OPLAR OR CY-
" 8285, l U in. x 2_% in., 2 05 INSIDE JA ;'tlB, PRESS.
''8286 , l ~ in. x 3 in., " ·2 43
No. H-1, 1% in.x3% in., Yellow Pin el 2 25 No. 8018, % :x: 2,% .. 1 00
" 82~i , l ~ in. x 3.Yz' in., 2 82
" C-20, 1% in. x 3,%' in., " 3 00 '' 8orn, .u
x 2% .. 1 20
8020, " x 3,% •. 1 40
" 8023, ,, x 3,% .. 1 60
,, 8021, ,, x 4~ .. 1 80

~
" 8022, "x 4% .. 2 00
S1Jll·SILL .
~o. E-6, 1U in. x {Vs in ., Cypress, ... 3 10
" E-5, IU in. x 5% in., " .. . 1 3 50
PARTITION .JAMB.
No. C -21, 1.% in.x'.?%"i n., Yellow Pine 2 ·25
I
:J
S PRUNG COVE
__J
I SJJ,L, No .
POPLAR OR
CYPRESS.

No. E-7, 1%' in. x 33;1 in., Cypr ess ... 4 25 8024, H x 1%' •. 80
INSIDE .JAMB. 8025, " x 2~ ••
( 1 00
No. H-2, 1% in.x5% in., Yellow Pine 3 30 8026. " ·x ~% . . 1 20

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INSIDE J,IN I.NG.
" C·l9, 1% in.x5%' in., " 4 40

No. 0-5, H in. x lYs in., Yellow Pine 60


" D·8, H in. x 4 in., " 1 67 BED l'll01JLD.
01J'rSIDE SILL, POPLAR OR CY-
PRESS.
No. E-9, 1,%' in. x 7% in., Oak ... .. 7 50
m-
A ll Door Tam'bs rabbeted for No. 8031, H x 1% .. 80
OU'l'SIDE Bl.IND STOP. •• 8080, " x 2J;:l •• 1 00
1% in. doors unle-;,,s otherwise speci- .. 8033, " x 2% .. 1 2(J
No, 8430, H In. x 1% in., Yellow Pine 60 fie d.
'' 8430 , H in. x 1% in., Poplar. . . . 60
" D ·6, H in. x 1%' in., Y ellow Pine 80
" D ·tl, Hin. x 1% in., Poplnr ... .. 80 t:RO\VN ltlOULD.
"D-9, fg i n.x4 in.,Y ell o w P in e 1 61
BIED .!tlOULD.
CYPRESS OR POP-
LAR, YELLOW PINE.

No. 8008, H x 2_%. 1 00 No. 8036, H x l~ ... 56


l' U Ll.t:Y N'l ' l 1.E. " 8003, " x 2,%. 1 20 Cypress or Poplar, No. 8043, Ux .%
.. 40
~ o. A-5, tj ~n. x :~ Ys
in., Yello~\' P in e 1 40
" 8000, " x 3Yi. 1 40 " " 80-l2, .%x % 40
" t
B -.'l, ~ rn. x 4 In., 1 15 " 8002, " x 3%. 1 60 " 8040, l~~x Ya 40
" C- 7, 1 f in. x 4% in., " 2 10
,, 8006, " x 4J~. 1 so · " " 8035, .%x Ya 40
" 8005, " x 4%. • 2 00 " 8044, HxlU 50
~ A ll Pull ey Stiles plo wed fo r " soo-t, "
lYs in. wi nd o ws unless oth erwise
x 5U. 2 20 " " " 8036, Hxl.% 56
8001, " x 5%. 2 40 " 803i, l,Uxl% 1 25
speciliied.
SC'OTIA.
" 8038, l,Uxl ,%' 1 65
" " 8047, 1%xl% 1 73
HAL•' nouN n. " 8039, 1%xl% 2 75
~
YE LLOW Pl;\;E.
N o. ~o.w, J-<; x Ys, ..... . . 30 POPLAR OR CYPRESS.
" ' lliO, ~1\ x Ji), . . . .• •. . 35 L____J PAICTl.NG STOP.
" ~06 1, lfx l ,U, ..
C Y P R ES S or POPLAR
.. ...

I
40 No. 8075, ,% x !'~ ........ . ......... .
" 80i6, .6( X %. , .... . . . . , , .. , .
·• son,% x H ................... .
40
40
40
CJ YELLOW PINE.
No. 8432, }6 x }t ....... ............. 30
N o. R()RO, .% x J6, ... .. .. . 40 " 8078, ~ x 1 ........... . ....... . 47
" 8f)til' t ~ x l ~' . . .. .. . 45 8079, % x 17.( . .... . 56 CYPRESS OR POPLAR.
" 8062, Ux l~ ,. .. . .. . I 80 soso, H x 1% . .......... . .. ... iO No. 8432, }6 x H·· ........ ·. · · ·. · · · · 40
All our moul cll n ire, of "e v ery de1 crlp tlo n, are made f rom dry, selected stock, run throuirb Jar ire , beavy machines on a very elow feed, ther'!bY productnir·
tbat amoot b, irloaay surface ao mttcb adm lnd by t h e c oneclen tlou.a ciu-penter, wbo dellirhte ln dolnir irood work.
THE PE.ASE CO., CINCINNATI , 01110, U. S. A. 7

Xt>t NOSING. Nt-t St•l


IXSIDt~ BEAD. 1•rlet>,. prlN•s 1•rh·.-..
l'l'r 100 CYPRESS l>l'r 100 WAIXS ( 'OTISO l"'r 100
Hn. Ct. and POPLAR, Jln. ft. CAP. ! In. rt.
YELLOW PI NE.
No. 8123, H x iU . $0 75
YELLOW PINE .
No. 8082, Ys x J~. $0 30 " 812-l, l >tl' x 2 . 1 'i'O
" 808:3, % x 1>-11 30 No. 8258.
4-l No. 8125, 1% x 27.l . . . 2 24
" 8084, ' ' x 17,. 56 .. 8126, 1% x 2Ys .. .
8085. Yax H:l . i: x 21~

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POPLAR or CYPRESS. QUARTER RO UND. Rab beted for either %
:\o. 8082, Ya x Ya· 40 YELLOW PINE. or H Wainscoting $1 49
.. 808:3, Yax 1%' . 40 No. 8063, 7' x 7' 25
.. 80 -t, Yax 1,%. 44 .. 806-l, ~ x % . 25
.. 80.s;), 78 x 1,% .

l'ARTITION
56 .. 8065, % x % .
No. 8066, Ys x Ya. . . . . . . .
POPLAR or CYPRESS
25
25 __
[ -~
CLOA K AND ('JIA IR UAH,,
CAP. Xo. 8067, lf
x 1,%' . . . . . . . 60 YELLOW PINE.
.. 8068, h x 1 ~ . . . . . . . 80
YELLOW l OO No. C ·30. l :- x 3%' 1 60
PINE. " 8069, Ji x 2,%' . . . . . ______.;_;_______
S_ll-t-:L
__ C~l.-E-.A~'~r-. 1
F__
No. 8~71, H x l3{ INSIDE BEAD.
No. C·lS
" 82i2, l>tl' x 1,%' . YELLOW PI NE. H x 1%'
No. 44, ~ x Ji. 30 R ab beted % x ~
l"ARTITION CAP AND SHOE.
" 45, % x 1,%' . 46
" 46, % x 1% . 6 -l Yellow Pin e . . . 80
0 ~SLIDING DOOR
ASTRAGALS. .._L
________~----.... 1t1 ou1. n.
YEL LOW PINE.
POPLAR
or CYPRESS
No. C -29 .
Yellow Pine . .
u x 1%' 72
No. 8274, H x 2J4. 1 13
No. 8140, Ys x H · 40 Oak . . 1 60
" 81-11, l! x 1 ~6 . 50
8 1-12, H x 1% . 60
LATTICE. " 8H3, }! x 1%. 70
" 81 -14, H x 2 90 THRESHOLDS No. O.
Poplar and Cypress Mixed. YELLOW PINE.
BATTE~S,
No . C-6,~ x Ya· .
" 8280, X x 1 ~ . .
.. 8281, ~ x 1.% . .
3-l
34
40
YELLOW
PINE
I % x3% - ..... · · · · ·
\Ve also ha,·e these thresholds in
Oak, % x 3% x 3 ft, at 5 cts . each.
1 60

s2s2, u.
x u~ . 55 No. 8150,

I
Hx 1%. 70
CYPRESS or POPLAR.
SCREEN ltlOULD.
No. 8150, H x 1%' . . . . . . . 80
YELLOW PI NE. " 8151, H x 27.l . . . . . . . 1 00
No. C -14 , >ti x % .. 30
PANEL on BASE

~
W .&INSCOTING ORSIN I{ (~A l•.
IMPOST CASIXG, BA.It AND MOULD. N o. 825-l, IJ x 27.l, Yell ow Pine . 1 13
JIOULD. CYPRESS or " C-111, l>tl' x 3,%', Cypress . . 2 25
POPLAR

...
No. 8169, %' x 17.l . lljl,I Dl~ G
56
8ti0, H x 1_u . 66 ))OOH
8111, H x 1% . 80 AST HA GAl.S.

No. 8-l4i.
I~ :::;~D. In 8 ft. lengths, Per set
- - CYPO~ESS net prices.
POPLAR

ln11•0Ht Impost I mpost


..
No. 8178, -l'! x 2
8179, H x 27.l 1
90
00
For 1,%' doors,
Yellow Pin c 76
ca,,.lug. Btu·. ltlould. " 8180, H x 2~. 1 10
For 1% doors.
No. C-22 No. C-23 1'10. C·24 " 8181, H x 2%:. 1 20
Oak . . 00
lYs x 4Ys 1% x 3%" 2%:x % " 818Z, H x 3 1 30
For 1%, doors , Yellow Pine 75
1% x 3!4 1 00

~
BASE
" 1,%', " O ak . .
No. C ·22 . . . . . Yellow Pine 4 00 MOUl,D.
C-23, 1Ya x 3~ 3 00
C-23, 1,%' x 3% 4 00 YELLOW FOL D IXO
C-24 . . . . " " 1 35 PINE D OOU
C-22. . Oak 6 00 No. 8176, H x 1%' so ASTR A.GA LS.
C-23, 1% x 3%" 4 50
C·23, 1~ x 3% 6 00 No. 8449.
C-24 . . . 2 25
PICTURE MOUl. D. In 8 ft. length s.
YELLOW PINE. For eith er 1,Ys or
PAN 1%' doors,
MO ULD No. 8263, H x 1%. 80 Yellow Pine,
No.X.G.
OAK. 50 cts. each .
CYPRE SS, Oak, 75 cts. eac h.
No. 8263, H x 1%. 1 50
~ xl,%' .. 72
We are frequently complimented on the smooth, gloa.y appearance of our mouldings - the reason la plain -thoroughly dry, well seasoned lumber, large ,
heavy, well kept machines, run on a very slow feed. explains why.

OUR GUARANTEE We guarantee all 11:ooda shown in this catalol'Ue to be perfectly •atidactory, exactly as rep resented. It found otherwtse
they may be returned and your money will be cheerfully refunded and we will pay the fre ll'ht both way• .
8 TllE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A.

XJ E are p k a~ecl ,o presentour line of Po r o h Braoket:s, believing that the No house complete · without a t lea3t one
/V. mos t fast• ;m s can here find what will suit them. These brackets are manufactured prin- of the
cipally from C\ pr ss a nd poplar, but we reserve the right, at these prices, to employ other factory
'
wo<'ri that ~ ·· e used for this purpose, to adva ntage. Pease Adjustable Gable Ornaments.
Will Fit any Pit~h of Roof.
Manufactured from best Tennessee Yel·
low Poplar.

Adjnstnble Gable Ornament, No. 12.


Br1tckct, No. 119.
4 ft. down rafter, 131) in. thick, Poplar,.
1%' in. thick. 90 cents each.
BraC'kt>t, Xo, 118. 10 x 12 in ..... 7 cents each
1%' in. thick. 12x16 in ... .. 8 " Bracket, No. 36.
10 x 12 in ..... 6 cents each
12 x 16 in • .. .. 7 '' 8x21xl,% in .. . . . . . 1 7 cts. each
8x21x1% in ....... 20 "
6x30xl% in.... ... 22}6 "
Above brackets have beaded
face.

Adjustable Gable Ornament, No. 20.


5 ft. down rafter, 131) in. thick, Poplar.
$1 20 each.

Brac ket, No. X.


Brn«'ket, No. E-1.
(Solid Center.)
1%' in, thick.
10 x 12 in. . . . 8 cent s each 1%' in. thick.
12 x 16 in.. . . . 9 " 10 x 12 in .... 12 cents each
16x16in .. . 11 " 12x16 in .... 13 " Adjustable Gable Ornament, J.'lfo. 15.
16xl6in .... 15 " Bracket, N'o. C-31, 6 ft. down rafter, 131)' in.· thick, Poplar.
3~in. t hick. $1 50 each.
Three members.
6 x 12 in •........ 25 cents each
6 x 18 in . ........ 30 "
6 x 24 in • ....... . 40 "
Turnt>d ko11ettes, No. J.a. 6 x 30 in ....... .. 50 "
Cypress or Poplar. 6 x 36 in . .....•.. 60 ''
2 in. diameter. 23'6 cts each
3 " 3 " Porch Spindle, .No, P-1.
4 " 3M " (Sanded.) Adjustable Gable Ornament, No.19.
" 4}6 " Poplar. 6 ft. down rafter, 131)' in. thick, Poplar.
Here is the• lYs in. x 8 in. IM c. ea. $2 75 each.
STAR SELLER. S 1llndle Bnll!il and Rod,
lYs in. x 10 in. ! J.6 "
Urat>ket, N o. 4. No.16.
1% in. x 8 in.1 % "
14xl6d31) in. Scrolled corner, Balls 1%' in. Maple, bored M in. We claim to make the best Dimension
t urned balls. Rod 17r in., Maple. l~ in. x 10 in. 1 % "
Shingles in this country. We use the
12~ cents each.
Gu lf Cypress, which will last · forever.
Drn1>«'ry, No. 39. Balls, .... .. ...... . We make these shingles extra thickness.
Po pla r. 60 cts. per 100
1•orch S1tlndle, 5 in. wide by 16 in . long.
Rod . . ........ .. .. . No.A•l4.
35 cts per 100 ft. (Sanded.)
P oplar.
'J.i x 4 In ... 3 I/. cent.i per
1% x 4 in .. . .j _ "
ft.

S1n•f'cl llnlnNff'r,
Xo.U.
1% in. x 10 in. 1~ c. en.
1 ~{ in. x 10 in. 1% "

Dro p H1•tndl.-, No. 0,


(Sanded.)
Poplar.
DODOO
No.E.No.F.No.D.No.G. No.H.
5 x 16. Cypress.
Poplar. 1%' In. x 7 in .. 2 cents each No. D .. . ....... .. per thousand, $4 50
:-\os. E, F, G or H.. " 5 50·
J11 In. x 53{ in. x 2 ft. 6 }-.2 cents each

Ou nH GUARANTEE. All goods show n in this catalogue are guaranteed to be perfectly satisfactory-exactly
as represented. If not found so, we pay freight both ways and refund your moner
immedi ately'. WE GO ANYWHERE FOR BUSINESS AND GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY.
THE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S . A.

\Ve insist upon making our Porch Rail out


of dry selected stock, as it is constantly ex-
ONE 61\BLE ~ posed to the weathe r, a nd will thus stay
OF VENTILATOR str a ight and in place. We employ bot h
Poplar and Cypre ss in our Porch Rails.
OUR No. P-9
MOST 20-ln. x 20-in. T OP l'OR CJI RAii.
POPULAR
SELLERS.
POPLAR,
60 cts. each.
CJ
Plowed
"
in. on
1%' in. on
Ya bottom
bottom
2%:
No. 33.

P oplar.
in. x 1%' in.
Per 100 ft.
. $3 .00
3.00
0 G FIR GUTTERING 1%' in. on b ottom 3.00
will last 100 years. Cheaper than
Not plowed on bot to m 3.00
metal, not broken by freezing in
winter. Needll no repairs.
Use 2x4 on small cottages, 3x4 BOTTOM PORCH
RAIL No. 34.
on ordinary residence•, and 4x6
on largest roofs. Poplar.
Simply nailed to rafter or facia 2%' in. x Ya in.
on rafter end. Per 100 ft.
Forms crown moulding finish Plowed Ya in. on top . . . . . . . . $2.00
l2, 14 and 16 foot lengths.

CJ
B OTTOM PORCH
Shows Application.
RAIL No. 42.
Applies equally well to otherconstruc-
.t ion ; takes place of crown.mould. Poplar.
2%' in. x 1%' in .
Per 100 ft,
Flat 1%' in. on top . . . . . . . . . $3.00
No. 26 2x4 0 G Gutter (Fir),
$3.50 per 100 feet.
~. 7sPINDLE ·~AIL No 88.
'\ ( Poplar.
~-----' Ya
in. x 2%' in.
Per 100 ft,
.Flat 1% in. on bottom . . . . . . . . $2.0e

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No. 28 3:s:4. o G Gutter (Fir). $5.00 par 100 feei., SPINDLE RAJJ.
WOOD EAVE GUTTERS
Ne. 3~.
MADE OUT OF FIR.
Poplar.
Net prices per 100 Jin. ft.

No. 29,4 in . . . . $1. 97 Per 100 ft .


1%' in. x 1%' in .. . $1.50
" 30, 4~ in .. 2.23 1%' " x 1%' in .. . . 2 .00

No. 27 4x6 0 G Gutter (Fir), $10.00 per 100 feet. " 31, 5 in. • • 2.72 In our PORCH RAI L N o. 36 and 37,sho wn
Every house in New England has 0 G Guttering, many houses 100 years old. It is suit- below, we present the mos t popular patterns
;;able for moderate priced or elaborate houses. Adapted to new homes or to improve old ones. we have ever man ufactu red. Notice the
method of nailing rails an d balusters togeth-
Here is a COLO NIAL PORCH RAIL of which we sell large er. This makes a straight, strong balustrade.
quantities. The construction will appeal to any practical car-
penter. It is suitable for 1%' in., 1%' in. or 27,i' in. balusters. (_.... -~
\Viii always stay straight in the weather. No exposed nail
. .
holes to rot out the wood.

4)2 X1%' BOTTOM Of


I
BALUSTER
I

I
I
I
I

POST TOP No. F·D


POPLAR. i
I
IS-inch die.meter,
18 eta. each,
6-inch die.meter,
__
I ~
,:~ ......-··-...-.........-.... ~:
:

No . 36 No, 37,
22 eta. each. Sectional view of top. Sectlon&l view of boltom. POPLAR. P l')PL.Alt,
COLONIAL PORCH RAIL No . 41 COLONIAL PORCH RAIL No. 4'3 Plowed 1% in. or 1% in
Net price (6 members), Net price ( ~ members), ~~ In. x 2~ 'tn, 2 % in. x 2~ f.D.
12~ eta. per foot. 7X eta. per foot. 15 eta . per foot. 15 e ta. p er foot.
]IJ 'l'llE PE ASE CO., C IX CII\"NATI, 01110, U. S. A.

SOLID
P RCH COLU~iNS
No. 1'2'21. COLONIAL NEWELS
.MAN UFACTURED FROM Xo. SO-X.
T EN~ ESSEE l'OPLAR and Manufactured fro m

"\V ASHINGTON FIR MICHIGAN WHITE CEDAR


AND
Our No. 2 PRIMED POPLAR CO LUMNS will
meet a ll requirements for medium class buildings, but TENNESSEE YELLOW POPLAR
where perfection is desired, then we would recommend
our Xo. 1 clear Poplar o r J:o'ir Column . with large hole bored through the center.
The ball is turned separately and fastened in
All of our Columns are
body of Newel, after which we prime Newel
HAND TUR.NED AND SANDED.
one coat and crate in wood.
The 5 in. and u in. Columns are bored with ljS inch
hole enti rely through the center. • Net Prlf'e eneh, complete, with
Turned and Square Bn!ie, ns shou·n.

_,
:\"'t> t Prlf'e f'Rf'h No. 1721, Turned t.'olnmn.

SIZES JS STO CK
No.1,
Clear Poplar
or Fir
I Xo. 2,
Primed Poplar
Diameter
of Shaft
11t bottom
Length
over
all
.Michigan
White
Cedar
'fennessee
Yellow
Poplar

------ 6 in. 4 ft. $0 90 $0 94


1 14 1 19
4 in. x 8 ft . . .
9" . ..... . .. . .....
I $0 53
57
$0 43
47
Colonial Newel
No. 80-10,
IO
8 "
"
4 "
4 " 1 50 1 57
10 " . ... . .. ·· ··· · .. 60 50
5 in. x 8 " . ........... . .. 80 65
9 " .. ..... .. .. ... .. 88 73 SOLID
10"
6in.xl'" .. ...
..... . ...
.. . .
1 00
1 18
85
98
COLONIAL
9" ... .... ... 1 30 1 10 COLUMNS
10 " ... .. .... . . . . .. 1 44 1 24 No. SO.
llIANUFA.CTIIRED FROM

\Ve charge 5 cents per column for splitting MICHIGAN WHITE CEDAR
~~~- AND ~~~-

Why pay fancy prices for Clear Porch C olumns, TENNESSEE YELLOW POPLAR
when 0 UR No. 2 PRIMED COLUMNS are virtually WITH LARGE HOLE ,
just as good. The defects (which a re all sound ) are BORED THROUGH CENTER
thoroughly covered with best s hellac and the coa t of
priming makes the m' look fine.

Column 'Ve erat~ 1•orf'h n•orl.: n" nell n" nil


No. 1721 , 00lf'r &'00118 f'Rrefnlly for P.hlJ>Dlellt,
Bored.

Cross S ection of N o. 80 Solid Column end No.


PORCH NEWELS. 80-N Solid Newel, showing the la~ge
hole bored through center,
No. 11 antl No. 12.
\Ve manufacture large quant ities of these Newels.
Please observe that we carry both designs in both Certain ly these columns are of exceptional
qualities, that i s to say No. 1 clear Poplar or Fir, value. The large hole bored through the cen-
and No. 2 primed Poplar. The No. 2 primed Po p - ter permits the wood to dry out just as rapidly
lar is plenty good enough for ord ina ry work. from the in s ide as from the outside, thus
EFFECTUALLY PREVENTING
Nt>t J•rlN'" No. 11 Xew£-I. CHECKING AN D CRACKING.
Everyone is aware of the fact t hat
SIZES I:-;" STOCK WHITE CEDAR W ILL LAST ALMOST·
FOREVER AND WEIGllS AT LEAST
4 i n. x 4 ft. $0 32 $0 27 ONE-THIRD LESS THAN POPLAR.
5 in. x4 ft .... . 44 34 The Tennessee Solid Yellow Poplar Columns,
6 in. x 4 rt ... ........ . 69 54 however, have a host of friends.
P o 1·c h Por c h ALL COLUMNS H AVE ONE . COAT OF PRIMER.
Now ul N owol
N o. 11. No. 1 2 . No. 12 Newels 3 cts. each less than No. 11 Newels. N'Pt Prlf'e c>nf'h, eon1plf'tt>, with Caps and
Jln>WN, lllld thOrOUl'!"hl)' t'rRtf'cl ill "'ood to
n'•old nil JtOssibHlty t>f dn1n111'!"e In trnn,.lt.
POPIJAR PORCH BALUSTERS. Diameter Length I Michigan Teones,,ee 0

\Ve cla im to man ufacture the best POPLAR PORCII BALUSTER


of Shaft al
Bottom
over
all
White
Cedar I Yellow
Poplar I za:l"
o• MIO<i:lO
~ r-tt-MO

1 ~ E X l STE:SCE. 6 iu. x 6 ft. $1 20 $1 13 ="'"'""'°


!i ! !i
Every one turned from select.:td Ten- i:l ... {fl
8 1 44 1 32
ne ~see Po plar, smoothly sanded nnd strongly crated in wood. 9 1 62 1 50
10 1 80 1 69
Th e follo wing sizes in stock at net prices show n for 7 iu. :x: 6
8
1
1
32
62
1
1
38
69
i
:~ J~~J
9 1 80 1 88
Porc· h Bnl11.,tc>r, So. P·IO. 10 1 98 2 06
8111. x 6 1 150 1 80 I
1 ~ 8 in. x 20 in .. 3 cents each. 8
9
1
1
80
98
2
2
00
18
' ;; ~ ;;:;~
2-l in. . .. 3~ " I 2
I
:~>1MMM
11.{ in. x 18 in . . ... . .... . . . . 3Yi "
10 in. x 6 ..
10
s Ct
I 2
2
2
111
10
40
I 22
40
158
815
CJ • • •••

;:: :Ill"'"'"'"'
-~-=-=.::
20 in . ..... .. .. . . ..... 3Yi "
2-l in ... .. . .. .. ... ... . . . . 3-}4 " Colonial Column No. 80,
9
10 .. j
2
3
70
00
Is 3 00
30
I :z.
p,.
~fi-1 ~"'"4 .... 1'""4

Porch
:! '{in. x 20 in .. .......... .. . . ... . 5Yi " solid, with lnrge hole \Ve charge 25 cents per column for splitting.
B rilue -
t er No, bored through the No extra charge for fitting column a to receive
P - 10. 24 in. ... ...... . 6 center Composition Capitals; see page 11.
TllE t•EASE CO., C INCIN NATI , 0 1110, U . S. A. ll

COLONIAL COLUMN S .
[ Pnteut A1•1•lled l'or. J

Improvement being the Of'der of the day, we have at last s ucceeded in perfec ting a built -up col-
.; umn that will absolutely s tand in th e weather under all conditio n s, w ithout cracking or open ing up
in the join ts. For some time past various manufacturers have bee n t urning out what th ey w ere
pleased to term" lock jomt" column s, which consisted of tong ued and grooved (or simi larly w o rked)
staves, glued together. A great many of these so-called lock joint column s h ave split and ope ned
up for the reason that the wood, being exposed to dampness, nat u rall y s we ll s, and in so doing
( th <: lock joint running WITH the gra1::1) would split and open the jomt. Man y unfort unat e experi e nces
with columns of thic; character :>rought us to a reali zation of the fact that w hat a colu m n required
was STREN GT H IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION' or across the grain of the wood. Dow el con struc -
tion is now employed by all up -to-date manufacturers of doors, turniture, etc., and so we fi gured that
it would certainly be successf'..11 in column building; hence the "Pease Dowel J o int Colo n ial
Column," as shown below.

Th e joints (including do wels)


The dowels are 1\ x lU in.,
are thoroug hly coa ted with best
spiral turned from hard w ood .
water p roof g lue. We prim e
They are placed every twelve
all col u mns w it h one coat
inches in heigh t of co lumn.
white lead and pure l inseed o il,
Tht: staves are full thickness, se-
and cr?t e in wood so th a t they
lected Ten nessee Yellow Pop·
lar. \V e absolutely guarantee c a n not get damag ed in ship -
ment
safe delivery at your station.

D. J. Colum.a No. 70.

WE GUARANTEE THAT THESE COLUMNS Will NOT OPEN IN THE JOINTS.


Here is a combination ot Special Net Prjces each,
short column and pedestal that Pease Dowel Jo in t Built-up
('olon j al Coluntns.
is prodng very popular in Complete with turned and
Pease Special Composition
many sections of the country
square caps and bases. Ca1)itals.
(and our trade extends all over
the United States ). You will Diameter Height B. U.
notice that the pedestal . is 2 ft.
I
of Shaft over all Col' mn Col'mn
D. J . Gnarnutee d for Outs ide Use j n an y C limate.
at Base. · No. 80. No. 70.
0 6 in. h igh, and naturall y the
I'-
·a column must take up the b al- 6 in . x () ft. .. $1 46 $1 76
z i " ..
1 53 l 83
ance of le ngth O\'er all. For
8" .. 1 60 1 90
i::
s::s instance, if the le ngth ove r a ll
9" 1 72 2 ] ,j
0
0
is 9 ft., the co lumn w o u ld b e 6 ] 0" .. 1 82 2 40
ft . 6 in. over a ll.' T h e pedestals i in. x 6 n... 1 i3 1 98
7 ,, .. 1 81 2 OH
are built of pop la r , a n d primed
8 (( .. 1 90 ~ 10
9" .. 2 OS I 2 40
with one coat of white lead and
linseed oil. 10" .. 2 ~3 I 2 65 Net prices for Pease Composition Capitals and siz es
8 in. x 6 ft ... 1 80 2 10
Xet Prke, c>ac•h Pecle .. tnl ,
Xo. 72.
I " .. -s" ..
I 90 2 20
2 00
carried in stock.
2 30 For G in. co lumns, 4% in. neck,. ... SO 45 each .
9" .. 2 18 2 55
( Price of C olumn to be added. ) 10" .. 2 4<1 2 80 i in. 5!'2' in. 4.5 "
10 i:'l. x 6 ft. .. i 2 58 2 78 8 in. 6~ in. ,53
F OR C'OLU.MX ,
7" .. , 2 7'2 2 92 " 10 in. 8Yi in. 68
Prire. 8" .. 2 s.::; 3 05
~ 6 ,:·.·~...... ~~: .. I
" 1:! in. 10~ in. 98
n" 3 00 3 40
$1 so
10" ::1 3 30 3 90 Other sizes quoted upon applicat io n.
12 in. x 6 ,, .. 3 18 3 81
2 02 7" .. 3 35 excelsior and stron~l v

~ lg i~: ::::::::::::::
3 98 These caps are packed in
2 02 8" 3 52 4 15 boxed, so th.at they will reach you in same condition
~ 12 in ... .......... . 2 52
2 16
10"
·· 1
9" .. 3 79
_,
4 "-
4
4
40
~lO they lea\·e the factor_, ..
~ ~------~-------
r:: To ascertain the cost of above Other sizes quoted upon ap-
~pedestal , combined with col- To ascertain th e cost of Columns ~ o . 70 or 80, fitted
~

phcat1on. Co 1 um n s shorter
~- umn, simply- add price of N 0 • tha n 6 ft. are .same price a: 6 ft. I with Pease Special Compositi on Capital s add tne price
Colum ns of 1 n termed 1 ate '
~ 70 or i1 colum n of d esi red siz e . lengt.hs t ak e price of next lon- I of Capital of size wanted to price of col umn of desired
~ _,_V_e_m_a_k_·e_n_o_c_h_a_r_g_e_ fo_r_fi_t_ti_n_g_._ g_e_r_l_i_s_te_d_l_e_
n_g_th_.- - - - - - size. \Ve make no extra charge for fi ttin g the column
All of o ur regular Col umns have 1% in. t aper. In other to receive the capital. \Vrite for our special prices on
Pedestal No, 72. words, shaft measuring 8 in. at base, is 6~ in. d iam eter at top. ' Fluted Columns ; be careful t o give us full information.
THE PE.ASE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO, U.S • .A.

All good s PEASE ROLLING PARTITIONS.


OURGUAR NTEE : shown in
t his cata·
logue are g ua ranteed t o be perfectly satisfactory-
exactly as represen ted . If no t foun d so, we pay
freight bot h way s and refund your mon ey immedi-
at ely. WE G O A'.'\Y W HERE F OR BUSI-
:-.a -, A :-.; D GUA RA .:\TEE SAFE DE-
LI\ E R\'.

In comt>Rrio~ our Price!!


w it h oth f'ra BE Sl1RE TO
t:f.HI PARE 'l'UE (\l1ALITY
Al.!§0.

I 1% x
TABLE LEG No. 1.
Poplar or Ash .
30 in .. . . . . 7U cts. each
2% x30in . .. . 15 " "

Above picture gives one an idea ol the Pease Rolling Partitions for churches, schools
etc. These partitions are made out of any kind of wood and finished as desired. They
are operated on our new syl'tem of ball-bearings ·and adjustable springs. Positively the
best roll ing partitions in existence and sold at extremely moderate prices. Any carpenter
can put them in and a child can operate them. Send us a list of the openings you de-
I sire to fill (always giving width first), and state what kind of wood and finish is desired
I

I DRAIN BOARD No. C-32.


C y press.
1U x 22x;j0in.
and we will promptly quote interesting prices.

BASE CORNER BLOCK No. H.


.
BASE MOULD No. 11414.
H x2% in.
7 5 cts. each.
Can be reduced to any size.
1.U x12 in., Yellow Pine, Southern Mahogany,
Yellow Pine, 1% cts. each. Cypress or Oak.

\ 1,% x 1-1 in. , (A 10-ln Base can be made


by planting No, 8414 on
Yellow Pine, 1% cts. each. top of No. 18.)
I
Southern M ahoga ny or Cy- See prices below.
press, 2 cts. each. In ordering finish, such as cas-
Oak, 3 cts. each. ings, base, etc., 11 p e c if y the
lengths wanted and we will al·
CORNER BEAD · wavs conform to same as far as
No,A-1. possible in order to avoid waste.
1% in. x -l n.
Yellow Pine, NET P.t:UCES PER 100 FEET.
CORNER BLOCK
No. 22. 6 cts. each. Beautiful Southern Ma.hog-
Ba'ie .:tlonld Xo. 8·U4.
·IY. , 5 or 5U x I U in. S outhern M a · any-The Ideal Inside Trim. Bn!le No. 1007.
Yellow Pine. hogan y or Cy·
To give us an opportunity to Iln~e No. IS. .
1,% cts. eac h. press, 1 Octs. ea,
S outhern Mahogany effectually demonstrate to you Shoe No. C·O.
or C yp ress, 2Uc ea. Oak, 15 cts. ea. the desirability of Southern
O ak , 5 x l !-fl in. Mahogany for insi de trim,
3Yz cts. each. A"k n!t to Nencl yon
l'ree
, _____ ,___ --- ---
A1tT1cu;. Yell'wlSouth.ICypr's Oak
Pine. l\!ah'g ·

l ·' inh1h('cl Snmt•lf'!j of


Base :Mould

Southern Mahogany ::~~~:: ·:::: ·::::lt$:::: $::::


And olhe r " ' ood ... Base

©
No. 18• 2.80 3.201 3.60 6.00
Shoe 1
!"o. C-O. .30! .40 1 .415 . 75

= ---=-
All of our Mouldings of every de-
...-- ---- scr iption are made from kiln dried
HE AD BLOCK No. 24. PLYNTH BLOCK No. 5. stock and r u n through lltrge,
•11.:i, r, o r f>lf x -P~ , Ti or 5 .1 ~ x heavy, powerful machines, on a
1!1!xll, IU x 11 , very slow feed, insuring a smooth
PLYNTH BLOCK No. 8. surface, not otherwise obtainable.
Y ello w l'i ne. Y ellow Pin e.
31 ·~ cts. eac h. 3 cts. each. -tLf , 5 or 5 _1~ xl ~ xSin. 0 •

S o uthe r n :'.l aho ~.1n y S o uthe rn !\la hoi;an y Yell ow Pine, 6 ·=


o ~ Write for
or Cyprc~ ,; or Cypr es~ 3 e ls. e ach. z ...
Free Finished
[1 x 1~1) x 11 in . Southern M a hogany ~ >l
fi x l~ x 11 i n.
4 I~ cts. eac h . 4 cts. each. or C y press, ~~ Samples of
Ouk. Oak. 4 cts. each. BASR No. 1007, BASE No. 18. SOUTHERN MAHOGANY
6 rt~. e ac h. 5 ct~.eac h Oak, 5 ct s. eaeh. ax 5% in. H x 7U in. And other Woods.
TllE PEASE CO., C INCINNA'J'I , 01110. U.S . A. 13

All of our moulding;; o f every desc r iption are made ~rom dry selected .sto~k, run through large, ~eavy_ macl.Hnes on a very slow teed, th~reby
producing that smooth, glossy surface, so much admired by the consc1ent1ous carpenter who delights rn dorng good wo rk .
Cap Mould, Cap Mould No . OS.
No.15. ) -
Ille x 2~ In,
Ux2Xl u. I Net per 100 !!.
Net per 100 ft. Yellow l>lnc ............. .. 12.40
Yellow Pine, Sou them ~lahog&.ny .. 2.1;1
10.00 g~~~~'.".'..:::.::::·:.:::::::·:::: ~:~
Casing No . 11 , 4% x U in. Southern Mahognny 1.00
Arkansas Yellow Plue, per 100 lfncsl ft ............$1.75 Cyp ress .................. 1.13 Apron No. 12.

~!i~~~r;~ ~~.'.:~~-:~-~·-. : :·:·: . :. ·:·.:.: .:_:.:.: :.: :.:.::. .:. :. :. : : .~:_:.: ~:~ U x3~
Ouk ...... .................... 51.90 in.
Net per 100 .ft.
Scotia No. 13
Yellow P!n e............... ~1.50
ax H in. Sout hern .Mahogany ... 1.60
Net per 100 ft.
Yellow Pine .... :....... $ .3:;
Southern lllabogany .40
~~e1'.'.'...::::::·.:::::::::::::: ug
g~~r~~.. :::::::::::::::::: :~~

Scotia
No.13.
fixU in.
~~¥~r
Yellow
A-Band Mould No. 19, I X x % in. Pin:;i,
Arkansas Yellow Pine, per 100 lineal ft .... ........ s .70 3.5cts.

B·Caslng No. 20, 4X x U ln.


.
*~~~re::~~·~·~·~-~ :-: -:·:-:-: ·: :·:·:·: : : : : : : :.·:·:·:·: -:-:-: : ~ 1:f8 Casing Mould,
No, 17
% xl}l; in.
Ron them
Mahogany
40 cts.
Cypress
45 cts.
Net per 100 ft. Oak,
Arkansas Yellow Pine, per 100 lineal ft ...........!1.75 Yellow Pine..........$ .53 75cts.

Drl~~n~~:·~~~~-:~-~:-.-::::.·:·:·:·:·:·:·:·:·:·.-: : : : ·: .-: :·: : :. : ·:·:·: .:: ~:~


South. Mahogany.. .GO K TRIM
Cyoress ..................68
Oak....................... .85
Q'
.,::; .,0'Tl
., ...
0: 11>
(I>
~
~=
':I., 5"
~ :. 5"
"D" •ie
""91:1'
oq
For Windows.
--
"O
Casing, No. 20. ~~ .,c:
(4% in. x u ln.)
'O
Casing, No. 11. Z°! 0 l.:11p lllould~No . 15.
14 X in. x U. in.)
IA (:.!~ iu. x .% in.)
Band Mould, !::= ""'~
Corner Blocks,
No. 22, No. 19. =.,.a
ir.
Scotia, No. 13.
<.% In. x Ya in. )
Head Casing ,No.l G
(5 in. x 1 ~ in.) (1% in. x % in. )
:ii= " (%in . x 5~ in )
Stool, No. 12.
( 3 ~ in. x ~ in. )
Stool, No. 12.
(3 ~ in. x .% in. )
~: "'"0
0 Csr, Bead, No. li.
("in. x l~ iu.)
::( o=
Scot1a, No. 13, ~.-
(%in. x .% in.) Scotia, No. 13. Castug, No. 11,
Anron, No . 14, (.% in. x .% in.) e: ~ 0~ In. x % in.)
Stool, No. 12.
(~ in. x 3% in.) Cl'I'> ":I
Apron, No. 14.
(.% in. x 3% In.)
11>1'>
~~
...:rc.. (.f~iu. xY.:; in .)
Scotia, No. 13•
FOR DOORS. ~ ... (:h; in. x % in.)
Casing, No. 11. FOR DOORS. !g. " (fl
0
Apron , No. 14.
<% !n. x 3% in .)
Corner Blocks,
No. 22.
Plynth Blocks,
Casing, No. 20.
Band Mould, :ll.,= s:r
:ll

~
FOR DOORS.
No. 19. c:r" Ssme asal.Jo1•ewit h
No. 5. ~·" :I
Stool, Scotia an d
~~
(ISXl Ye in. X 11 in.) 3: Apron omitted anc.l
Yellow Pine ID
Pl ynt h Block s No.
Southern :r
YELLOW PINE ~- 0 5, 5 in. x !Ye in.
SOUTHERN Mahogany, =:. "'= x 11 In. added.
MAHOOANY,
CYPRESS and
SELECTED OAK
Cypress and
Selected Oak
;s·...
- ~
ID
'< veLU>w
SOUTHERN
P INE

"<=
IN STOCK.
~ 11\AHOOAN Y,
in Stock. -= ;- CYPRESS a nd
~; ~
~ .SELECTED OAK ,
IN STOCK.
~

Base No. 18 and


Base Sho e Num-
ber e-o;used with
above.
_........,__,_
~"i~i'?.'.~_-£15~~
. .... .....__
_, .... ·~

\Ve show above, four of our most popular styles of TRIM for Doors and \Vindows. The various members of t his Trim wilt be
found fully illustrated on thi s and preceding pages. Most customers prefer to buy thei r trim "in sets " rather than in the lono- ]engths as
they avoid waste, damage in transit, etc. \V e ship this tri m in t he knock do wn, well bundled so that'it will reach you in the ;'ame bright
clean condition it leaves the factory. The followi ng net prices apply to "sets of trim" for windows not larger than 30 x 36, 2 light and door;
not larger than 3 ft. x i ft.
NET PRICE "D" TRIM PER. SET COMPLETE NET PRICE " M" TRIM PER SET COMPLETE NET PRICE " L or K" TRIM PER SET COMPLETE.
Soft Arkansas Yellow Pine . .... .... $ .60 Soft Arkansas Yellow Pine .....•... $ .60 Soft Arkansas Yellow Pi ne .... ...... $ .65
Southern Mahogany . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'iO Southern Mahogany. . .. ............ • iO Southern Mahogany . . . . i5
Cypress.... . ... ....... .... .. .... ... .80 Cypress •... ...... .......... '"...... .80 C ypress... .. . .85
Selected Oak ...........•. .. .... •. •.. 1.15 Selected Oak ........•..••••.••••••• 1.15 S elected Oak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. 25
\Ve will substitute casing No. 8310 for N o. 11 in the "Dor L" Trim wit hout additional char~e.
H ·rn E PEASE co., CINCINNATI, OHIO, u. s. A.
0 .. ••.,. ,i f "&IHI
~ AIW 13LA~ r , CLE AR LEADE D CRYSTAL and LEADED ART GLASS can not be equaled anywhere for originality of design or quality of material and work-
"., n r ~· k ad rn the mutter of low price s. _Of course. we. can.not show our complete line of fancy.glass in this catalogue. Hence, if you do not see what
ui 1.J
• •~a.I.• .nt:1ern, landly wnk ~ fu ll! and we will gladly quo te )OU rnterebllug prices rn a prompt and courteous manner.

Sand Blast, No. 07,


(Nottingham Lace Design.)
Our price, per square foot, 50 cts.

Sand llla!it , .No. 03, Chipped Border. No. 06.


(Original Design.) (Clear Center.)
Our price, per square foot, 37X cts. Our price, per square foot, 37X cts.

Clear Lt"aded Crystal,


No. P-2:>3.
Clear Lended Crystal, No. P-2:>1. Per square foot, 69 cts.
Our price, per square foot, 75 cts.

;,

LeRded Art, No. P·405. Leaded Art, No. P404.


Sand Hln11t, No, 04. Cathedral background in colors to suit. French beveled plate, Cathedral background in colors to suit. Opalescent orna·
ornamental center. ments and cut leweis.
(Hunting Scene.> Our price, per square foot, 79 cts.
Our price, per square foot, 37X cts. Our price, per square foot, ~7 cts.

..
Leadt"d Art, No. P-200.
Ondoyan t background in colors to suit. Opalescent ornaments and
cut jewels. French beveled plate, ornamental center.
Our price, per square foot, 88 cts,

...

.s1111d n111 .. t, .N o. o~. Clt"nr J,('ad<'d cryl'ltnl, L<'~~l;.I Art, No. l._:!:!l, Leaded Art, No. P·217 .
(Exclusive fleur-de·lls Ince dc~lgn. ) .No. P·'l rn. Ondoyaut background in colors to Ondoyant and opalescent background in shaded colors, to produce
Our price, per 5qu11re foot. 50 rts. Per square foot, ll7 <'t~. i;ult. Opalescent and cut jewPls In &triking effect. Ornament.al French beveled plate center.
or1•amentnl center. Per sq. ft., 81 07 Our price, per square foot, 94 cts.
THE PEA.SE CO. , CINCINNA.TI, OHI O, U . S . A . 15
Concerning special designs of LEADED ART GLASS. we will be very glarl ind eed to have our artists get you up colored dr ~il!' ns, f<' R EE O .t' C U AllG E
If you will ll88ist us a li ttle by sencilni rough 11kt>tches showing shape a nd size of class wanted, and a bout ho w m uch per square foot you desire to pay.

LEADE D A RT N o . P ·227.
Ondoyant background in colors to suit. Opalescent center (white letters),
cut jewels.
Our price per square foot . . . . . . . •.• .. . ••.• ••• • •. 81.~ 7

LEADED ART No, P·264.


Ondoyant background in colors to
,qu it. Opale~cent center, and top and
bottom borders.
Our price per square foot . . • $1.lli

LEADED A.RT No. P -223.


LEADED A.RT No. P·236, Ondoyant background in colors to suit. Opalescent and French beveled
plate, ornamented center and sides.
Ondoyant background in co 1 ors to suit. our price per square foot . . . . . . . . . . • • • • . • . • •• 9 1.00
Opalescent wreath and ribbon.
Our price per square foot •••••• . 81.2~

LEADED ART No. P ·202.


Oridoyant border, opalescent background . French beveled plate and
cut richly. Colored jewels, all in colors to suit.
Our price per square foot . . • . . . •. • . •. .• • • • . • . . 81 .1 3

LEADED .&.BT Ko. P·220.


l''rench beveled plate center. Ondoy-
ant border and opalescent background in
r ich colors to suit.
Our price per square foot • : . 81.38
LEADED ART 1"o. P·231. ,
Ondoyant border, opalescent background
and center, surm ounted with cut jewels, all in
elegant colors to su it. ,
Our price per sq uare foot .• •• • $1.88
LEA DED ART N o. P·2S7.
Opalescent torch es and central ornament. Ondoyan t background.
Cu t jewels all in ri ch colors to su it.
Our price per square foot . . . • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82.19

LEADED BEVELED F LATE N o. P-3 12 .


Our price per square foot . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s2.0 7

On account of the great weight of bevel<::d plate ligh ts, as compared


with ot her glass, and for the further reason that it does away with all
u nsigh tly su pnorting bars. we earnestly recommend t hat all bevel plate
LEADED BEVELED PLATE lights be SET IN C OPPER, fo r which we only charge 40 cents per
No.P·al3. LEADE D BEVELED PJ,ATE No. P·S07. square foot extra.
Our price per square foot . . .. . Sl.69 Our price per sqnare foot . . . . . , • •. 8 1.~7
llJ T H E P EASE CO •• CINCINNATI , OHIO, U.S. A .

\\ e rnake q.11te a epecial ty of Ch ~ r o h Wir:a. cto,'V"S , an d a re p repared at all tim es to execute this cla ss o f wo rk
pro ptly ."ld to you r com pl e te sat isfactio n. T o give you a n id ea of t he ext remely low p rices we are n am ing, w e call your special a ttention
10 the fo!!o\\ mg:

C llURCH W I N D OW, N o . 5 0 0. C HUlt.CH WINDOW, No. 501 . CHURCH WINDOW, No. 502. CHURCH WINDOW, No. 503.
H alf Cfrcle H ead . Gothic Head. Pediment Head. Gothic Head.
Any of the above d esigns, INCLUDI NG SASH AN D GLASS, glazed up complete, Including assorted colored border lights and center glass as shown, per i::qunre
foot, onl y 42 cts. Fo r ruby m emor ial plates lettered simila r to No. 501, which can be worked in any of these patterns of windows, an y lettering as wanted, add 8:1.00.
Samples of glass sen t free upon applica tion.

As w e t ake t he e n t ire out p ut of one of our best local art glass factories, we are able to not only produce art leaded-glass of striking
o rigin a lity of d esign a nd h igh-class workmanship, but to make prices that bring in the business.
We w ill be only too pleased to get you up original colored designs of art glass with estimate of cost, if you wi,11 send rough sketches.
sho wing size and s ha pe of glass wanted and state about what price per square foot you desire to pay.

A R T Gl. A !llfli cuun cu A R T Gl,AllON C HU R f' ll A RT G f , Alii't CH U R C H


Wl !\ n ow, No. 5 11.
ART GLASS CHlJRCH
Wll!liDO\t', No. cn:.1.
W I N DO W, N o. !\OU. W IN HOW , l'lf o. lH O.
Gla.l\Snnl y, per •')llare font, ·• 1'5 cent.~. Glass only, per sq uare foot 4 1'5 cents. Glass only, per square fo ot, 5 :i cents. Gla&s onl y, per square foot, li7 cents.
L..itf.' rn, 1."> c·ents cni· h Pxtm . Letters, 11'5 Ct>nts each extra. Letters, 11'5 1•e11111 ench e xtra. Letters, 15 ce nts each extra.
1-.:mblema, ~1 .7 5 each extra. Emblems, 8 1.7:; each ex tra. Emblems, 8 1.75 each extra. Emblems, 8I.75each extra.

OUR GUARAN TEE . A ll goo ds shown in thi s catalog ue are guaranteed to be perfectly satisfactory-exactly as represented.
If not found so, we pay frei~h t both ways a nd refund your mon ey immed iately. WE GO ANY -
WHERE FOR B USI N ESS AN D GUA R A :"\ TEE SAVE D E LI VE RY .
THE PEASE CO,, Cl.NCl.NNATI , OHIO, U. S. A. 17

ORIEL. WINDOWS are growing more popular continually, and the lowliest cottage is not now considered com plete without a t least
one of them. We show below a variety of the more approved patterns and quote special n et prices on our Uni vers al No. 68 design , which
we carry constantly in stock. Write for prices on other styles, ~iving catalogue number, size of glass above and belo w, thickn ess of sash,
style of glass, etc. Assist us by BEING EXPLICIT.


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~ ~
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I.

ORIEL WINDOW No. 66. ORIEL BA6H No. 69, ORIEL WINDOW No. 98.
Top llgh\ No' 27 clear leaded crystal. Top light No, 28 clear leaded crystal. Top light No. 29 leaded art glass In handsome
colored shaded effec t.

OUR SPECIAL NET PRICES FOR ORIEL WINDOW No. 68, BOTH OPEN AND GLAZED AS SHOWN .
Clear stock, primed with oil, best quality glas~, sprigged, back puttied and thoroughly crated. \Ve guarantee satisfaction and si:.fe deliv-
ery, not only with these windows but with i:.nythin~ else you buy from us.
Top Top Top Top
We always send Cincinnati
size openings unless We~tern
size openings are specified.
~
"'= Bottom
Light
Upper
Light
IClearTop Top
D. S. Cathedral Chipped
Top
Top
Sand Blast No. 28
No. 07 Leaded
Crystal
No. 27
Leaded
Crystal
No. 405
Leaded
Art
No. 29
Leaded
Art
~~
·-"' -
l:L "
~
."I
<J Open ?; c
Cincinnati Western :aE-- Inches Inches Bottom Bottom Bottom Bottom Bottom Bottom Bottom Bottom
Size of
Opening
Size of
Opening
I lbs.
Cle" D. S. C!M' D. S re~ D. S. Clear D. S. Clear D. S. Clear D. S. Clear D S. Clear D. S.
3-4Mx5 - 2M 3-4 x 5-2 1% in. 36 x 42 36 x 14 ~ 89 $2 97 $3 40 $3 62 $3 85 $ 4 84 $ 5 30 $ 5 08 $ 6 2-1 36
.5- 6~ 5-6 " 44 16 89 3 01 3 49 3 76 3 93 5 14 5 68 5 41 6 i-1 40
3-8J.6'x5- 2~ 3-8 x 5-2 " I 40 x 42 40 x 14 1 00 3 20 3 68 3 94 4 12 5 29 5 62 5 55 6 85 44
5- 6M 5-6 " 44 16 1 00 3 61 4 16 4 45 4 62 5 84 6 61 6 32 7 81 48
5-1076' 5-10 " 46 18 1 00 3 73 4 33 4 66 4 so 6 40 7 07 6 73 8 40 50
4-0Mx5· 6~ 4-0 x 5-6 " Hx44 44 x 16 1 10 4 20 4 80 5 12 5 27 6 83 7 -IS 7 15 8 79 52
5-10~ 5-10 " 46 lS 1 10 4 32 4 99 5 35 5 51 7 25 7 99 7 63 9 32 55
6- 6~ 6-6 " 50 22 1 17 5 37 6 18 6 6.J: 6 76 8 97 9 88 9 42 11 68 58
4·4j6x5-10J.6' 4-4 x 5-10 " 48 x -1 6 48 x 18 1 22 5 41 6 13 6 53 6 60 8 61 9 41 9 01 11 01 60
6· 6M 6-6 " 50 22 1 28 5 08 6 89 7 35 7 37 9 90 10 87 10 38 12 83 63
4-6Mx6- 2~ 4-6 x 6·2 " 50 x 48 50 x 20 1 25 6 08 6 92 7 39 7 47 9 81 10 75 10 28 12 61 65
4-3~x6- 676 4-8 x 6·6 " 52 x 50 52 x 22 1 38 6 82 7 78 8 31 8 47 11 09 12 15 11 62 14 29 70
5-0Mx6- 6M 5-0 x 6-6 " 56 x 50 56 x 22 1 49 7 iO 8 74 9 30 I 9 37 12 27 13 42 12 85 15 71 78
7- 276' 7-2 "I 56 24 1 56 9 29 10 41 I 11 04 I 11 21 14 28 15 52 14 89 I 18 01 85
Our prices on fancy glass (shown above) per sq. ft. No. 2S, 50 cts., No. 27 63 cts., No. 29, 95 cts.
For other designs of fancy glass as priced above, ~ee pages 14 and 15. '
HOT~EDSASH C ELL AR SAS H.

[JJ]
TRAJl'SOMS.

D
Manufactured from Golden
lYs in. thick. Gulf Cypress, will never rot 1.%' in ch th ick.
out and the hardwood cross-
1 Light. bars streni;then and prevent 2 Lights.

.. 'O Size of
saglng tn the center.

Prices Price Weight 01ze Price I I


Price Size of Wei ght of
Price I Pnce -
I Open -G?~~s Gk~~d ______ ____
,::itlsb1 g~~ed_
>.<:<:.>
Thickness Glazed Glazed
Size of Size of
• b.ON
d
Oµeuiog Oi•en
s. s. lbs. - - -Open
-- ,
Opening
Opening Glus Glazed ~ 0
s. s. 3-0 x6-0 1% in. $1 04 :31 88 29 12x 12 $0 23 $0 H 2- -1 12 x 1-4U 8
lbs. 6-0 1% " 1 55 2 26 36 14 23 -17 1-676' $
2 ft. 6in.x10in.26 in.x 6 in. $0 21 $0 36 3-4x6-0 1% " 1 08 1 99 34 16 26 53 1-876' 8
8 14x 12 23 .J:i 2- 8~ x 1·476 8
12 " 8 " 21 41 8 6-0 1% " 1 62 2 39 42
43 s 4·0X6-0 1% " 1 39 2 51 39 14 29 61 1-6U 8
14 " 10 " 21 16 29 62 1·8U 8
16 " 12 " 23 47 8 6-0 1% " 2 07 3 01 56
15xl:! 31 89 2-lOU x 1-472' ~1
18 " 14 " 25 53 3,
14 29 62 1-6U 9
128
~ 1 ~8 :
2 ft. 8 in. x 10 " in.x 6 " 23
16 31 67 1-8U
-
11) "
14 "
8 "
10 "
1)3
23 45 BARN SASH. 1%' in. 3 Lights.
CJ

16 " 12 " 24 50 8
1s " 14 " 26 56 8 SxlO so 21 $0 -16 12- -176 x l ·2761 &
2 ft. 10 in.x12" :~o in.x S " 23 4o 9 10xl2 26 5612-10u x 1-4u j v
14 " 10 " 23 46 9 Welgbt
Price Price Glazed 14 29 65 1-6M 9
Size of Thick- Size of fl
16 " 12 " 2(1 51 9 Glass ness Opening Open Glazed
S. S. lb ~.
1t) 29 I 73 ' 1-876
, 18 " 14 " 27 59 9 17i) in. 3 Lig-hl"'.
3 ft. x 12 " 32 in.x 8 ." so 19 $0 43 5~
14 " 10 "
12 "
26
26
53
53
9
10
8 x 10 17i) in .
10x12 "
1-8 x2-1
2-0x28 2~ 54 8 8x
9x 10
12 1 so 23 ~so 45
19 :m I 2- 4 x l · 2
2- 7 ::<:: 1-4
i
8
.- 16 " I ~
18 " 14 "
I 27
29
58 10
65 10
8x10 17-(in.
10 x 12
1-8 x 24
2-0x28
12
18
42 6
4g 9 I Ox 12 23 -ti 2-10 x i- ~ I 8

..
J
d THE PEA§E CO., CINCINNA'rl, OHIO, U. S. A.

Ou -
R GU' ARANTEE ~very item intothis
1s guaranteed catalogue
be exactly as
re p resented, or you may re - Size of
CHECK RAIL WINDOWS, 1% Inches thick, 2 Lights-Continued.

Price
Price
glazed
Price
glazed ClndnMti ''" I Wo.torn ''" '
Weight
glazed
~lass open s. s. D.S. of opening of opening S.S. lbs
turn the goods a! _, r expense, a nd we will refund the price and trans-
po1 ta•ion charg<·. \V E ALso GUA RANTEE SAFR DELIVERY.
Ali 01 our wim"ows are manufactured from selec ted stock, and are 18 x28 $0 . .t2 $0 83 Sl.20 1..:l0p.z'x5- 2Yz 1-10311x5- 2 17
sure to plea~<'. n less o t herwise wan ted, we prime with oil ( for nat- 30 .45 .85 1.22 5- 6Yz 5- 6 19
ural finish . 11J 1Se the best quality of nat ural gas blown glao;s, back 32 .47 .90 1.29 5-lOU 5-10 21
pu!tied and thoroug hly c ra ted. 3-l .50 1.04 1.42 6- 2,%' 6- 2 22
We always send 36 .52 1.10 1.52 6- 6~ ·6- 6 23
---1 20 x20 .37 .74 .99 2- OJ.{x 3-10~ 2- ouxa-10 16
Cincinnati size 22 .37 . ii 1.01 4- 2~ 4- 2 17
CHEC K RAIL WINDOWS. 24 .37 . 78 1.02 4- 6,%' 4- 6 18
openings unless
1% in c hes thick. 26 .40 .82 l . Oi. 4-10,%' 4-10 20
\Vestern size 28 .42 .87 1. 1-l 5- 2Yz 5- 2 21
4 L ig hts. 30 .45 . 93 1. 22 5- 6Yz 5- 6 21
openings are
32 .47 1.02 1 35 5-lOYz 5-10 24
-- Price Price
specified.
Weight 22x20
34
36
.50
.52
1.09
1.16
1.4-l
1.51
6- 2Yz
6- 6Yz
6- 2
6- 6
25
9-
-il
Size of Price glazed giilzed Cincinnati size Western size glazed. .39 .i9 1.03 2- 2,%'x3-10Yz 2- 2311x3-10 15
~iiL<;S open s :-:. D.:;. of opeulng of opening S.S. lbs. 22 .39 .81 i.07 4- 2,%' 4- 2 16
--- ---
2-l .39 .82 1.08 4- 6~ 4- 6 16
10 x '.W $0 . 3li ~0 .70 2- 0,%' x 3-10~ 2- lx 3-10 rn 26 . 41 .86 1.H 4-lOYz 4-10 l~
22 .39 . i8 4- 2Yz 4- 2 19 28 .43 .92 1.21 5- 2Yz 5- 2 20
24 .41 .80 4- cYz 4- 6 21 30 .46 1.01 1. 3-l 5- 6Yz 5- 6 22
26 .4:3 .89 4-lOYz 4-10 21
28 .45 . 94 5- 2Yz 5- 2 22
32
34
.48
.51
1.09
1.22
1.-15
1.58
5-lOYz
6- 2Yz
5-10
6- 2
"''
§4
30
32
.48
.50
1.05
1.1-l
I 5- 6Yz
5-lOYz
5- 6
5-10
22
23 24x20
36 .53
. 40
1.25
.83
1. 71 6- 6Yz
1.13 2- 4,%'x 3-10Yz
6- 6
2- 4311 x 3-10
24
18
12x 20 .39 . 78 I 2- 4,%' x 3- lOYz 2- 5 x3-10 19 22 . 40 .86 1..18 4- 2,%' 4- 2 18
22 . -ll .8\J I 4- 2Yz 4- 2 19 24 40 .90 1.19 4- 6,%' 4- 6 18
2-l .43 .95 4- 6~ 4- 6 21 26 43 .91 1.21 4-10,%' 4-10 22
2G . 45 1.01 4-lOYz 4-10 21 28 .45 1.00 1.33 5- 2,%' 5- 2 22
28 .48 1.06 . 5- 2Yz 5- 2 22 30 ,47 1.08 1.44 5- 6,%' 5- 6 23
30 . 50 1.18 5- 6Yz 5- 6 24 32 .50 1. 15 1.49 5-lOU 5-10 24
32 .53 1.23 5-lOYz 5-10 25 34 .53 1.25 1.68 6- 2Yz 6- 2 9~
-il
3-l .5ti 1 36 6- 2Yz 6- 2 26 36 .54 1.26 1.6-l 6- 6~ 6- 6 27
36 .58 1. 38 6- 6Yz 6- 6 27 26x20 .44 .89 1.21 2- 6,%'x3-10Yz 2- 6311x3-10 20
Hx 24 . 47 1.06 2- 8,%' x4- 6Yz 2- 9x 4- 6 23 22 ,44 .93 1.27 4- 2~ 4- 2 21
26 . 49 1. 18 -l-lOYz 4-10 23 24 . 44 .97 1.34 4- 6.%' 4- 6 22
28 .51 1 11 5- 2Yz 5- 2 24 26 .44 1.05 1. 40 4-10.%' 4-10 22
30 .5-l 1.'.?l 5- 6Yz 5- 6 26 28 .46 1.18 1. 5-l 5- 2Yz 5- 2 23
:~ 2 .57 1.27 $1.89 5-lOYz 5-10 28 30 .49 1.22 1.60 5- 6~ 5- 6 9-
-il
34 .60 1.42 2.00 6- 2Yz 6- 2 28 32 .51 1.24 1.62 . 5-lOYz 5-10 26
3t> .G2 1 . 43 2.12 6- 6Yz 6- 6 30 34 . 5-l 1.46 1. 89 6- 2Yz 6- 2 28
1.5 x 24 .50 1.12 1.47 2-10~ x 4- 6Yz 2-11 x4- 6 24 36 .56 1.47 1.91 6- 6Yz 6- 6 29
2t> .52 1. 23 1.6-l 4-10,%' 4-10 24 28x24 . 48 1.08 1.49 2- 8Yz x4- 6~ 2- 8311 x4- 6 22
28 .54 1.27 1. 79 5- 2Yz 5- 2 "~ 26 4-10
-il . 48 1.19 1.56 4-lOYz 23
;{() .57 1. 34 1 89 5- 6Yz 5- 6 27 28 . 48 1.22 1.60 5- 2% 5- 2 25
32 .59 1.41 1 2 .00 5-lOYz 5-10 29 30 .51 1.23 1.62 5- 6Yz 5- 6 _,
9~

:34 I . (il
I1.57 2 . 12
•~) ·'-'•) 1
G- 2Yz 6- 2 29 32 .53 1.45 1.88 5-lOYz 5-10 27
36 .6-l 1. 70 I}- 6% 2 6- 6 31 34
36
.56 1.54 2.00
2.12
6- 2~ 6-
6- 6
21 28
30
\Ve always send .58 1.62 6- 6Yz
30x24 .54 1.18 1.64 2-10% x 4- 6~~ 2-10311x4- 6 23
Cincinnati size 26 .5-l 1.32 1.80 4-lOYz 4-10 25
CHECK RAIL WINDOWS. openings u nless 28 .50 1.33 1.81 5- 2% 5- 2 27
1% inches thick. 30 .55 1.54 2.09 5- 6Yz 5- 6 30
\Vestern size 32 .55 UiO 2 .10 5-lOYz 5-10 31
2 Lights. 34 .59 1 62 2.12 6- 2~ 6- 2 32
op enings are
36 .60 l.6B 2 13 6- 6Yz 6- 6 33
specified. 32x 24 .66 1.35 1. 71 3- OYz;x -l- 6~~ 3- 0311Jl: 4- 6 24
\\'eight
26 .66 1.43 1.84 4-lOYz
5- 2 ~
4-10
5- 2
I 26
Size of Prloe- 1 -glazed
l'rlce Price Cl' ncmnati
glazed . . size Western size glazed 28 .68 1.6-l 2.10 27
gl R~!I
1
_ o_p_en_ :;, s. D. s. of opening ______, of opening ,S.S. lbF. 30
32
.68
.68
1.87 2.42
2.43
5- 6Yz
5-lOYz
5- 6
5-10
29
31
12 x 20 $0 .33 $0 .1>7 1- 4,%' x3- 10~ 1- 431l x3-10 13 34 . 71 2.4-l 6- 2Yz 6- 2 37
22 . 8:3 . 72 4- 2Yz 4- 2 13 36 .73 2.76 6- 6Yz 6- 6 38
:!-l .3:3 . 72 4- I) ~ 4- 6 12 3-lx24 .69 1.53 1. 95 3- 2~ x4- 6~ 3- 231lx4- 6 29
2ti .:35 .84 4-10~ 4-10 13 26 .69 1.73 2.21 4-10~ 4-10 31
~8 .:n .s5 5- 2Yz 5- 2 14 28 .71 1.74 2.22 5- ~~ 5- 2 32
30 .40 .88 5- 6Yz 5- 6 14 30 .71 1.89 2.44 5- 6Yz 5- 6 34
:32 . -14 . 94 .5- lOYz 5-10 15 32 .7 1 2.45 5-10~ 5-10 37
:H .-15 1.05 6- 2Yz 6- 2 15 34 .74 I 2. 77 6- 2Yz 6- 2 38
:~fl .4 7 1 .09 6- 6 ~ 6- 6 15 36 .77 2.98 6- 6~ 6- 6 40
1-l x 20 .34 .68 l-6;.z' x3-10X? 1- 6Ux3-10 Hi 36x24 .79 1.65 I 2.01 3- 4Yz x 4- 6Yz 3- 431lx4- 6 32
22 .a-i .73 4- 2u 4- 2 16 26 .79 1.86 2.34 4-lOYz 4-10 32
:.:4 .:H . 73 4- fi~ 4- 6 rn 28 .8 1 2.02 2 57 5- 2% 5- 2 32
:.m .36 . 85 4- lOX? 4-10 16 30 . 81 2.03 2.58 5- 6Yzl 5- 6 37
28 .39 . 78 5- 2X? 5- 2 17 32 .81 2.87 5-lOYz 5-10 38
30 .41 .81 5- ()~.;; fi- () 17 3-l .84 3.09 6- 2Yz 6- 2 39
32 44 .86 5- 10~~ 5-10 19 36 .86 3.11 6- 6Yz 6- 6 40
3-l .47 .w 6- :!~ 6- 2 19 40x2-l .89 2.41 3- 8p.z'x4- 6Yz 3- 8311x4- 6 36
:~6 .49 1. 00 H- ti;~ 6- 6 21 26 .89 2 63 4-10% 4-10 36
16 x 20 :n .63 $0.81 1- 8Yz x3- 1 0~ 1- su x 3-10 14 28 .91 2.65 5- 2Yz 5- 2 37
22 . 37 .(l6 .85 -l- 21.,; 4- 2 15 30 .91 2.94 5- 6 ~ 5- 6 39
2·1 .:i i .67 .00 4- 6~ 4- 6 16 32 .91 3.14 5-lOYz 5-10 40
:.!() .-10 . 78 1. 04 4- 10~ 4- 10 16 3-l .9-l 3.17 6- 2Yz 6- 2 41
28 .-12 . 79 1. 11 5- 2 ~ 5- 2 rn 36 3.86 6- 6Yz 6- 6 42

~~.)
3·1 I . 45
.47
.50
.82
. 87
.97
1.16
1.2:3
1. 32
5- {)~
5- lOYz
6- 2%
5- 6
5- 10
6- 2
18
19
21
4-l x30
32
34
.96
1.00
1.00
I 3 .•
3 89
,
4- OYz x.5- 6Yz
5-lOYz
6- 2Yz
4- 0311x5- 6
5-10
6- 2
-17
48
49
1.04 3.91
311
18 x 20
22
24
l .52
. 37
. 37
37
1.01
.67
. 7-l
. ii)
1.36

.ll!I •
1.0:3
6- 6~

4- 2~
4- 6,1,,J
6- 6
.88 1-lOM x 3-lOYz 1-10u x 3- 10
-l- 2
4- 6
21
14
14
16
36
I 48 x30
32
3-l
1.06
1.11
1.11
1.14
3.93
3.97
3.98
4.05
r-
•Ux5-
6- 6Yz
6U
5-10%
6- 2~
4- 4Ux5- 6
6- 6

5-10
6- 2
52
55
56
57
:!ti .40 .80 1.08 4 -10~ 4-10 ' li 3() 1.16 4.79 6- 6Yz 6- 6 60
(S ee conti nua tion n~xt colum n-.)- -
TUE PEASE CO., CINCINNA'l'I, 01110, U.S. A. l!J

PLAIN RAIL WINDOWS.


lYa In. thick.

DJ 4

Size of Price ~rlc~


Lights.

gl11ss open i: :_z~.


Size of
opening
12 x 20 $0.35 $0. 76 2-H~x3-10 }1l rn
'Y t.
fb~:
D
Sl~GI.J:

on
STAI.L SASH.
COTTAGt:

1% In. thick.
We always send Cincinnati size
openings unless Western blze o;:ieu-
lngs are spc<'i fied.
CllEC U llAIL WINDOW S .
1% In. thick.
24 .38 .93 4- 6" 21
8 Lights.
211 .41 .99 4-10" 21
28 .43 1.03 f\- 2" 22 Price Wt.
Size of Price glazed Size of gla.
glass open s. s. opening lus.
Price CIN(;INN ATI WESTJo..KN \\'t.
size of Price glazea SIZE O F 81ZE OF fila.
12 x 20 $0 . 23 $0.38 1--tU x 2- 1u 5 g lass open s. s. 0PE:< ING OPENIN G
24 . 23 .40 2- 5U 6 - -
If() 43
-bs.-
.47 8 10 x 12 $0 79 2-0Xx 4- 6l1 2-1 x4- 6 18

B[j'I ====l~=l=n.=th=i<:k=.
PnAIN RAIL WINDOWS. 28 .26 2- 9U
14 47 88 5- 2Y2 5- 2 19
30 .28 .48 2-11 u 8 16 53 1 03 5· 10~ 5-10 22
8 Lights. =:==;== 32 .28 ,l)l 3- 1u 9 18 58 1 24 6· 6~ 6- 6 I 25
Hx20 . 2-! .39 1-6,Vz x 2- lU 6 20 63 1 36 7- 2 2 7- 2 I 28
12 x 14 50 1 03 2-4X x5- 2y2 2-5x 5- '2 Z:3
Price Wt. 2-1 .2-1 .41 2- 5U 7 16 55 1 14 5- 10~ 5-10 2t
Size of Price glazed Size of gla. . 2u .47 2- 9~ 8
glass open s. s. opening lbs. 28 18 60 1 27 6- 6~ 6- 6 27
30 .27 .49 2-U~ 9 20 67 1 54 7- 2 7- 2 30
1 ==::=o= 1

9xl2
s x 10 $0.31$6.571- 8Ux3- 91 lo
.35 .721-10Ux4-6 14
32 .29 .51 3- l U 10 14 x 16
18
59
64
1
1
36
49
2· 8Xx5· 10~
6- 6Y2
2-9x 5-10
6- 6
28
31
16 x 20 .26 .39 l-8Yzx2- lU 7 ? 71 6 - l I 2
....---.J!Oxl2 .37 .752- O~x4- 6 16 24 .26 .46 2- 5,%' 8
14 .41 .84 5- 2 18 28 .27 . 48 2- 9U 8 .
16 .45 .97 5- 10 20 30 .29 .50 2-11,%' 9
18 .50 1.12 6- 6 22 32 .30 .52 3- 1,%' 10 We always send Cincinnati size
12xl4 .43 .9812- 4Ux5- 2 1 19 18x20 .26 .46 1-10Yzx2- 1~ 7 openings unless Western size open-
16 .48 1.09 5-10· 21 24 .26 . 46 2- 5,%' 8 ings are specified.
18 .52 1.25 6- 6 23 28 .~7 .50 2- 9U 9 CHECK RAIL WINDOWS .
30 .29 .51 2-11 ~ 10
.30 .54 3- 1,%' 11 1% in. thick.
20x20
32
24
.26
.26
.27
.45 2-ou x2 - 1,%'
.47
.52
2- .su
2- 9,%'
8
9
11
DOD 12 Lights,

PLAIN RAIL WINDOWS. 28


lYs in. thick. 30 .:m .56 2-11,%' 11 Price CINCINN ATI WESTERN Wt.
.30 .61 3- l~ 12 Size of Price glazed
12 Lights.
24x24
32 .,.., .54 2-4,Vz x 2- 5,%' 9 glass. open s. s.
SIZE OF
OPENING
SIZE OF
OPENING
gla.
lbs.
. I Price Wt. 28
·-'
.29 .59 2- 9U 11 --- - -
Size of Pnce glllzed Size of fla. 8 x 10 $0 42 $0 79 2- 4Xx3-10~ 2- 4~x 3-10 19
~w=-..---... glass open j s. s. opening bs. 30 .:n .64 2-11 ,%' 11 9 x 12 50 1 00 2- 7Xx4 - 6X 2- 7X x4- 6 22
32 .32 .68 3- l ~ 12 14 55 1 18 5- 20 5- 2 24
7x 9$0.34$0.722- lx3- 5U 13 26x 26 .29 .02 2-6,Vz x 2- 7U 11 15 58 1 32 5- 6% 5- 6 26
16 60 1 39 5 -10>2 6- 6 'fl
8 x 10 .36 . 75 2- 4 x 3- 9~ 14 28 . 30 .69 2 9,%' 12
ODD 12 .40 .87 4-
9 x 12 .43 . 95 2- 7 x 4-
6
6
18
20
30
32
.:12
3')
.12 I
. 73
2-11u
a- lU
13
14
10 x 12
14
15
54
58
61
1
1
1
0')
21
39
2-10Xx4- 6)12
5- 272
5- 6X
2-10Xx4- 6
5- 2
5- 6
23
26
28
16 63 1 41 I 5-10)12 5-10 29
14 .47 1.12
10xl2 .46 l.'o32-10x4-
141 .50 l.16
5-

5-
2
6
22
21
2 1 23
28x28
30
32
.31
.32
.3:3
. 72
.84
l
. 72 2-SYz x 2- fl,%'
2-11 ,%'
3- 1 ~
13
14
15
18
20
12 x 14
68
74
65
1
1
1 1
61
85
61 1
3 4Xx5
6- 6~
7: 20
2Y2 1
3 4Xx5-
6- 6
~- 2
2
32
35
30
16 10 1 16 5 10x 5 10 33
15 .;)2 1.29 5- 6 25 30x30 .35 .89 2-10ux2-11u 15 18 75 1 n 6- 6\.1! 6- 6 I 37
Hi .54 1.84 5- 10 2t'\ :12 .35 .92 3- 1,%' 16 20 81 2 15 7- 2~ 7- 2 41

FACTORY FRAIVIES AND SASH.

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Customers should not lose sight of the fact that OUR
CINCINNATI FACTORY IS ONE OF THE LARGEST
AND MOST COMPLETE. For instance we are turning
out over 1500 windows daily, and when one considers that
------- ---
a fairly large percentage of these windows are ODD and
SP.ECIAL SIZES, it should be apparent that we are in better
silape than our competitors to re nder prompt and satisfactory
service. No matter how small or how large the order, we
can handle it efficiently. Our great specialty is

FACTORY FRAMES AND SASH.


We also glaze the sash with any kind of glass required ,
whether Plain, Frosted, Chipped or RIBBED, but especially
r ecommend the Ribbed G1a.ss, which we fur-
nish j, /-,;, ! 1 and f -inch thick (the t-inch is standard). Ribbed ~

gla:s is obscure, holds attention of workmen inside of factory,


ye( admits and diffuses much more light than plain glass,
AND IS CHEAPER. Samples upon application. Send us
a list of your requirements, and we will make you a SPECIAL
ESTIMATE of the cost.

OUR GUARANTEE. All goods shown in this


catalogue are guaranteed to
be perfectly satisfactory-exactly as represented. If not found
so, we pay the freight both ways and refund you r money im-
mediately.

TllE P E.ASE C O ., CINCINNATI, OHIO, U . S. A .

~00
W ITll our large C incinnat i factory producing o\·er
entire ~a11~lacrr1.>n.
doors d ailv, we are in positio n to execut e y o u r orders, bot h large an d sm a ll, to you r
We manulucture the DO \V EL door exclusively, hav ing foun d tlus style o f joi n t t he stro ngest and most s atisfacto ry .
,\II of our lumber i thoroughly kiln-dried before going into t he facto r y. It is impossible to produce good, smooth wo rk with green lu m ber .
\\' e {JUt a line sanded finish on all doors, and crate careiully in pa per and wood, so that t hey will r each y ou in b right, clean condition-t he
same condition 1n wh ich they leave the factory. O ur B quality d oors are ple nt y g ood enough for o rdinary natural var nish fin ish, as they run
practically free of k nots and other de fects.

Door N o. 200. Door No . 2 0 0 . Door N o. 200. Door N o . 200 .


o. G.
4 PAN E L S . O . G. 4 P ANE LS . 0 , G . 4 PANELS. 0 . G. 4 PANELS.
PAINT ED. (E gg S hell Gloss. both
Soft Short Leaf, A rkansas Yellow Golden Gulf CYJJrees , wit h Yello w Whit e P ine, w ith Y ellow s ides.)
Pine, F ree from Check. Pine P a n els. Pin e P anels.

NET PR IC ES PER DO OR .
SIZES IN STOC'K Thickness. : :\e:,.t:.ice
FL. in. f t iu.
SIZES
1.:-;
A ll
Ye llow
All I All
Ye ll ow · Yello w
C yp ress, C\'press,
w i th 'with All
Yell ow Y e ll ow C y press
A ll
\ Vhi te
All
\ Vhite
\V hite
Pine w ith
Y ellow
2- 0 x 6- 0 .. .
2- 6 x 6- 6 .. . "
% in. $0 S~J
94
STOCK. P ine, Pine , P ine , Pin e
P an .,Js ,
Pin e
Panels,
P ine , Pine, Pi ne
Panels,
2- 0 x 6- 0 .. . 1u i n. 1 04
A B C A B A A B A
2- 6 x 6- 6 .. _ " 1 15
Ft. in. It. in. Quality. Qu a li ty. Qu a lit y. Qu ality. Qlt ality. Q!tality. Q!t ality. Quality. Q.liali ty. 2- 8 x 6- 8 . .. " 1 21
2- 0 x 6- 0 Ji in. $0 88 $0 70 - .-. .-.- $0 99 - . -..-.- $0 99 SO 99 $0 88 - .-..- .- 2- 6x6 · 6 . .. . 1.% in. 1 21
6- fi •' 94 .... .... 1 06 .... l 06 1 Oo 99 ... .
2 8 x 6- 8 .. .
2-lO x 6-10 ...
"" 1
1
26
40
2- 4 x G- -1 " 99 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 04 3- 0 x 7- 0 ... cc 1 5 :3
2- x n n-
ti 99 84 1 10 1 10 1 1o I 04
2- 0 x 6- 0 I~ in. '.?-! 1 39 1 39 1 39 1 33
WE ALSO CARRY IN STOCK
6- 6 " 1 31 1 54 1 5-l 1 54
2- -I ~ ()· 4 ''
2- G x 6- 6
1 40
1 -1-1 1 :!:{ $1 00
1 5i
1 62 $1 54
1
1
57
62
1
l
57
62 1 54
Door No. 20I, cs:s ~~tt Painted,
1

at 5 cts. n e t more t han N o. 200.


2- 8 x 6- 8 1 53 i :~o 1 06 1 71 1 62 1 11 1 71 1 62
2- 0 x 6- 0 1.% in. 1 H l 62 1 G2 1 62 1 44 $1 72
6- 6 " 1 5:~ l 71 1 il 1 'il 1 82
(l-8 1 62 1 82 1 82 1 S2 1 94
G-10 l S2 2 05 2 05 2 05 2 18
'j. 0 1 9!) 2 2-1 2 24 2 2-l 2 38
2· -1 x Ii- Ii 1 6~ 1 82 1 82 1 82 1 94
Ii- s 1 Gi 1 Su 1 86 1 81> 1 99
H-10 1 s7 2 09 2 on 2 09 2 23
7- 0 .. '.! 0-l 2 29 2 29 2 29 2 -13
2- f> x Ii- Ii 1 ft~ 1 :~I 1 O;'l 1 82 l li3 l 82 1 S:? 1 n:3 1 9-l
6- ~ l 71 1 :1:i I 92 1 73 1 92 1 92 1 73 2 04
IH 0 2 14 2 H 2 H 1 92 2 28
7- 0 2 :·>0 2 :30 2 30 2 10 2 45
7 - I) 2 69 2 13!! 2 (39
'.!- ~ x Ii - 8 ii l :13 1 10 l 92 1 73 1 \)2 1 !J2 1 73 2 04
IHO 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 00 2 35
7. 0 2 33 2 :~8 2 38 2 14 2 53
7• U 2 IS 2 78 2 78
'.!-IOx Ci-10' :!U-1 lti5 125 22U 20'3 22\1 2:.!9 2 06 2 43
7. tl :.! -18 :.! -18 2 -18 2 24 2 6-l
7- t; 2 88 2 88 2 SS
:i- 0 x 7- () :! :,!.-) 1 8;{ 1 -15 ~ 5;3 2 '.!!) 2 53 2 53 2 :.!9 2 69
7-() 301 301 301
:.!-li x7-01%'i11. :l -lG 346 3-16
7- " .. .i o:~ 4 03 .i o3
:.!- s x n- s 2 SS 2 88 2 Ss
7- 0 3 58 3 58 3 5S
7- (; -1 18 4 18 -1 11:\
:!- I 0 x t.-10 3 -1-1 3 -!-! 3 -1-1
1- o :J 73 3 73 3 n
7. (j -1 32 4 32 -1 32 D oor No. 2 00. O. G . 4 P anels,
H and G rained.
::- nx7-0 ::179 379 379 We make a n ad d ition al c h arge of 10
i-6 .j.')} 4fil 451 ce nts e a ch for GRA INED DOORS over
the p rice ot P ainted D oore, as ehowr.
OTH ER SizE q. P ROPORTIONATE PRICES. SIZES NOT LISTED, NOT CARR IED IN STOCK. abo ve.
THE PEASE CO., CINCINNA'l'I, 01110, U . is. A. :!I

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Door No. 201, 0. G. ~ Pnneh1. Door .No. 201, O. G. o Panel"!. Door No. 201, o. G. ~ Panels.
Soft, short-leaf Arkansas Yellow Pine, Golden Gulf Cypress, with Yellow Pine White Pine with Yellow Pine Panels.
free from Check. Panels.
NET PRICES FOR DOORS.
CYPRESS CYPRESS WHJTt; WE1GH1'
SIZE:3 IX .,; ALI, I ALL ALL WITH WITH ALL ALL PINE OF WEIGHT
YELLO\\ YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW ALL WHITE WHITE WITH CYPRESS OF
STOCK. "'"'
::I PINE, PI.NE, PL.~E, PINE PINE CYPRESS PINE, PINE, YELLOW OR YELLOW
.!4
::.> PANELS, PANELS , PINE WHITE PINE
:a A B c PANEL, PINE DOORS,
Ft. in. Ft. in. I <--<
Quality. Quality, Quality. A
Quality.
B A A
Qualit,· Quality. Quality.
B A
Quality. Quality.
DOORS.
ERch , lbs. Each, lbs.

2- Ox6-0 .... Ys in. so 97 $0 18 . . . Sl 09 ····· .. . .. -· . $1 09 . ..... . . . ... . . 17 23


6- (j ••••
2- 4 x 6- 4 ....
Ys "
Ys ..
1 03
. . . .. . .. .. .. . . .
. . . ... . .
...
1
1
15
20
. .. . .
.... . .
I . . .. . .
. . ...
1
1
15
20
. ...... .... . .
. ... ..
20 27
28
2- 6 x 6- 6 ..•.
2- 0 x s-.o ....
Ys "
178 "
1 Oi
1 H
1 33
U1 . ... . ...
. . . . .
1
1
20
49
. .. .. .. . · ····· . . 1
....... $ 1 41) 1
20
4!) I·· -.. ·-. . . ... ..
. . . .. ..
21 ,
23
22
31
w
6- 6 .... Ut! " 1 4,j 1 32 . . . . 1 (i3 ........ . . ... . . . 1 63 $1 57 . . . .. . 25 34
2-4x6- 4 .... 178 " . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . 1 06 ········ .. .. .. 1 66 .
. . ... ... .. 26 35
2- 6 x 6- (j ..•• 178 " 1 53 1 38 1 on 1 71 1 63 1 78 1 71 1 63 . ... . .. 28 37
2- 8 x 6- 8 . ... 178 " 1 61 1 37 1 14 1 81 1 71 1 81 1 81 1 72 ..... .. 30 40
2-0xU-O .. . . 1% " 1 53 1 23 1 00 1 71 1 54 1 71 1 71 1 54 Sl 82 25 34
6- 6 .... 1% " 1 61 . . . . . ... ....... . 1 81 . ... . 1 81 1 81 1 92 27 36
6- 8 .. . . 1Ys " 1 71 .... .... ........ 1 92 . ...... 1 92 1 1)2 . .. 2 04 28 3~
6-lO .... 1% " 1 91 ····· .. ....... 2 14 . .... . 2 14 2 14 ··· ····· 2 28 2!} 39
7- 0 ..•. 1% " 2 08 ········ ....... 2 34 . ....... 2 34 2 34 2 48 30 40
2- 4x6-6 ....
6- 8 .. ..
lYs
lYs
"
"
1 71 ······ ·· . ......
l 76 ..... .. ,.......
1
1
92
97
.. ...
.. ····· · 12 97
1 92 1
1
82
1)7
1::::::::
........
2 04
2 09
31
32
42
43
6-10 .... lYs " 1 96 - . ...... . . . . . 2 rn . ... rn 2 rn 2 33 32 43
7- 0 .... 1Ys " 2 13 2 38 ...... .. 2 38 2 38 . ..... 2 53 3;3 44
2- 6 x ti- 6 .... lYs " 1 71 ··i·39·· 1
··i'ii' " 1 92 1 i:) 1 92 1 1)2 1 73 2 04 33 44
6- 8 ... . 1,% " 1 80 1 ·HI ..... 2 02 1 ,_
!-;•) 2 02 2 02 1 82 2 14 34 46
6-10 .. .. lYs " 1 9H ..... . I ... 2 24 .... .. . 2 24 2 24 .... 2 88 35 47
7- 0 .... lYs " 2 H . . . .. . . . 2 40 ........ 2 40 2 40 . ...... . 2 55 36 48
7 6 lYs " .. .. ... . . . ... . ' ... . . 2 78 ····· 32 26 78 2 78 . . ...... -·· 39 51
8- 0 .... lYs " . . . . . . . . . . . .... ..... ... 3 26 3 26 42 56
2- 8 x 6- 8 .... 1,% " 1 so 1 46 1 lS 2 02 1 83 2 02 2 02 ""i"82· ·1·2·i4· 35 47
6-10 .... Hi " 2 05 .... .. . ....... 2 30 ... .. 2 30 2 30 . - . . . . 2 45 36 48
i- 0 .... 1% " 2 21 ········ . ..... . 2 48 . . . . . .. 2 48 2 48 . -. . .. 2 64 37 49
7- 6 ..... lYs " . · ···· .. . ... ..... .. ... 2 88 ····· ·· .. ... ... 2 88 40 54
8- 0 .... lYs "
2-10 x 6-10 . ~ - . lYs." 2 13
...... .. .... · - 3
.... ..... . ........
. ... ... . 2
36
38
...... .. ... .. . . . 3
2 16 2 38 2
36
38 ::i:;~:· 1 ·f~3: : 1 43
37
5B
50
7- 0 ... . 1,% " 2 30 ........ ········ 2 58 ........ 2 58 2 58 .... .. - 14 38 51
7- 6 .... 1% " .. ... .... ···· ·· ·· . ...... . 2 98 ...... . . .. . . .. 2 98 .. . ····· · 41 5.5
8- 0 .. .. 1Ys " ....... ........ .. .. ... 3 58
.. 2':38... . ..2 ..62... 23 58
• -'••
44 51)
3- 0 xi- 0 ....
7- 6 ....
8- 0 - ...
lYs "
1,% "
2 33 ...... . ....... . 2
........ ...... .. . ...... 3
........ ........ . ....... 3
62
10
58
........
.... ... ..... ..
. .. . 3
02
10
58
::~: ~~: .i:: 2·79::I 40
42
54
56
lYs " . 3 44 59
2- 6x 7- 0 ... .
7- 6 ...•
1% "
1% "
3 16 ... ····· ........ 3
........ ······ .... ... . 44
.........
55
04
. . ... .. ······ ..
. ....... . .. ... .
3
4
55
04 ::::: :: ·1: :~:'.'.: ·1 44
48
59
64
8- 0 .... ·1%' " •' • ······ ... ··· ·· 2 85 ·· ·· · ·· ··. ..··..··· 4 85 ···· ··. 51 68
2- 8 x 6- 8 .... 1% "
i- 0 .... 1% "
7- '3 •••• 1"~ "
2 65 ........ ......
3 28 ... . .... .... .. 3
..
..... ········ . ....... 4
98
68
27
........
........ .... ...
....... . . ... ...
2
3
4
1)8
68
27
. ......
. ...... .
...... . . ..... .
.Tif I 44
46
49
I
59
62
66
8- 0 .... 1% " ' ........ ····· · . ... ... .. 4 99 ....... 4 99 ······· .... 52 iO
.········
2-10 x G-10 .... 1% "
~ :.JL 7- 0 '• ... ' 1%' "
7- 6 .... 1%'' ·"
3 16 ........
•• 3 '41 ....... . ...... .. 3
.... .... ········ . ..... .. 4
3 54
82
42
...... . .. ..... .
. . .... .. . . . . ...
... . .. .. ··· ··· ·
3
3
4
54
82
42
······· · 3 76
.. ····· · I
....... . ······ ..
4 06 I 47
49
52
I 6::1
66
70
8- 0 .. - 1% " ........ . .. . .. . . 5 33 5 33 -· .ti : . .. 1 • • • • • 55 74
3~ 0 x 7- 0 .... 1%
" 3 47 ........ 3 89 r::::·: y :::::: 3 89
• -

I l
::::::::I: :~:~~::
49 66
1- 6 .... 1% " ..... ... ........ ...... .. 4... ···1 61 . ........ .... 4 61 53 71
8- 0 .... 1% " . .. .. ....... 5 33 . . . ..... .. . . ... 5 33 57 I 76
Other Sizes, Proportlonnte Pr1cf's. Sizes not ListNI, not Carriecl Jn Stock.
22 THE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A.

OUR GUARANTEE. All goods shown in this catalogue are guaranteed STORE DOORS. WINDOWS and PANELIN6
to be perfectly satisfactory- exactly as repre· have constituted one of our principal departments for
aented. If not fonn d so, we pay the fre ight both ways and refund your money im- a great many years. we show a few sizes of stock
mediately. \\··~ :il!xt are pleased to introduce doors below, but earnestly recommend that you send
us a list of your requirements in this line for special
estimate.
OUR X. L. LINE OF CROSS PANEL DOORS.

I· - .J I

Store Doors, No. 780.


Door No. X. L., 6 Cro111111 Door No. X. L., a Cross Door No. X. L., :>Cross
Panels, Panels. Panels ALL OUR DOORS ARE PUT TOGETHER WITH
Sot\ Arkansas Yellow Pine Golden Gulf Cypress, with White Pine, with Yellow % -INCH HARDWOOD DOWELS, AND CAN NEVER
free from check. Yellow Pine Panels. Pine Panels. COME AP ART. WE CLAIM THEY ARE THE
BEST DOORS ON EARTH.
ALL DOORS PERFECTLY MANUFACTURED.
A Quality Cypres11
N ET PRICES PER DOOR.
NET PRICES PER PAIR, NOT RABBETED.
CYPRESS CYPRESS WHITE
ALL ALL WIT H WITH ALL PINE
SIZES I?\
~
i:I
YELLOW YELLOW YE LLOW YE LLOW WHITE WITH
YELLOW SIZES IN STOCK. Price, Glazed,
....<:.> PINE, PINE, PINE PINE PINE, For Opening . Thickness. Price, Open.
STOCK. PANELS, PAN E LS, PINE Clear D.S.
A B A
:a
~ QU ALITY. QUA LITY. A B QUALITY.
PANELS,
A
ft. in. ft. in.
Ft. In. Ft. In . QU ALITY. QUALITY. QUALITY.
5-0 x 7-0 ...... 1%' in. 85 17 $8 40
2- 0 x 6- 0. Ya in. $1 11 . . . . . .. . . . $1 ~5 .... ... .. .. . ... ... . ..... . 7-6 ...... 1%' 5 86 9 84
6- 6. ,Ya 1 rn . . . . ····· 1 31 ......... . . . . . . .. . . . .. 8-0, ...... 1%' 6 53 10 61
2-6 xfi-o . . I Ya 1 21 . . . ... . . . 1 36 ....... .. .. . .. ... 6-0 x 'i-6 ...... 1.% 6 51 12 05
2- 0x G-O .. 1,%' 1 47 . . .. ... . 1 87 ......... . . . .... . . . . ... 8-0 . ..... 1%' 7 10 12 66
~- 6 .. I 1,%' I 1 60 .. . .. . . . 1 79 .... ..... . .. .. .. . . . . ..... 5-0x7-0 ... ... 1% 7 47 10 70
2- 6 x (i- 6 .. 1,%' 1 67 ......... 1 87 . ... . .... . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . 7-6 ... ... 1% 8 54 12 53
2- 8 x 6- 8 .. 1% 1 76 . . .. . . . . . 1 97 ......... . ... ... .. .. . .. 8-0 ..... 1%' 9 70 13 7g
2- 0 x 6- 0 .. lYs 1 67 ........ 1 87 . ....... $1 87 $1 99 6-0 x 'i"'.'6 ...... 1% 9 52 15 06
6- 6 .. 1.% 1 76 . ... . . . 1 97 ......... 1 g7 2 Of! 8-0 ... : .. 1% 10 59 16 14
6- 8 1,% 1 85 . ...... 2 08 . ........ 2 08 2 21 I
6-10 .. 1,% 2 05 ..... 2 30 . . ..... . 2 30 2 45
7- 0 .. 1,% 2 22 .... . 2 50 . ........ 2 50 2 ()5 A hove doors not rabbeted. For rabbeting add 75
1
2- 2 x 6- 6
6- 8
i;,~
1.%
I
1 s.5
1 90
. . ... ..
. . . .. . .
2 08
. 2 rn
····· ....
. .......
2
2 13
OS I 22 26 21 cents per pair to above prices.

6-10 .. lYs 2 10 ......... 2 35 . ...... .. 2 35 2 50 Single doors, ~ of above width, ~ price .


7- 0 1%' 2 27 ......... 2 54 . ........ 2 54 2 70
2- 4 x 6- 6 .. 1,% 1 85 ........ 2 08 . ...... .. 2 08 2 21 Store Windows, Store Paneling,
6- 8 .. 1%' 1 90 .. ..... . 2 13 ... ... . . 2 1:3 2 26
G-10 .. lYs 2 10 . . .. . 2 35 . . ....... 2 35
7- 0 lJil 2 27 ......... 2 54 . ....... 2 54
2 50
2 70
Store Front Work of every
2- G x 6- G 1%' 1 85 $1 51 2 08 $1 89 2 08 2 21
ft- 8 .. lYs 1 94 1 59 2 18 1 98 2 18 2 31 Description,
6-1 0 1% 1H ........ 2 40 . .. 2 40 2 55 Executed In a prompt, u_p-to·date manner In our NEW ODD
i- 0 . . lYs 2 28 . . . ..... 2 56 .. . . ... 2 56 2 72 WORK FACTORY, which Is especially devoted to this odd or
2- 8 l( 6- 8 .. 1%' 2 04 1 59 2 )8 1 98 2 18 2 31 special work requlrlnc more or le~s detail and prompt action In
G-10 .. 1% 2 HI . . .. 2 46 ... ...... 2 4{i 2 62 handling. With a large corps of skilled mechanics and estima-
7- () 138 2 36 .. 2 64 . .... 2 64 2 81 tors we feel that we can make It decidedly to your interest to
2-10 x 6-10 .. 1% 2 27 .. .... 2 54 . . . . . ... 2 54 2 70 Fend us your orders and lnqulrlee. It is no trouble for 011
7- 0 .. 1%' 2 oH ... . . . 2 74 . ...... 2 74 2 91 to mRke t>stlmates whether we secure the order or lose the
3- 0 x 7- 0 .. 13/ / 8 2 48 ......... 2 5;3 . ........ 2 53 2 96 sale. Our estimators are employed by the year and we want
2- 8 x fi- 8 13~ 2 79 ... .. 3 14 . ....... 8H 3 33 to keep them busy; eo send In your special lists for anything or
~-10 x 6-10 .. 1% 3 30 . . . . . ... 3 70 . ....... 3 70 3 93 every thing In the mill work line-we can furnish it.
2- 6 x 7- 0 . . B;( 3 31 ....... .. 3 71 .... . . . . 3 il 3 94
We go anywhere for business and guarantee
2- Rx 7- 0 .. l~ 3 42 ..... 3M ........ 3 84 4 08
2-10 x 7- 0 .. 1 ~4 3 55
I ! 98 ...... 3 98 4 23 safe delivery.
3- 0 x 7- 0 13 3 61 ...... 4 0;-> 4 05 4 30
SEE PAGE 21 FOR WEIGHTS OF DOORS.
OTJ1ER SIZES, PROPORTIO:-<ATE P RICES. SIZE'3 NOT PRICED NOT CARRIED IN STOCK.
THE PEASE CO. , CINCINNA'l'I , 01110, U. S. A . 23

0 URoriginality
modern line of Glass Doors, as shown on this and succeeding pages, has never been eq ualed in quality of mate rial or manufacture,
of design or prices. Examine the line carefully. Our B quality doors are plen ty good enough for ordin ary, natural
varnish finish.

Door No. 106. Door No. 107. Door No. 109. Door No . 115.

NET PRICES PER DOOR, Nos. 106, 107, 109 OR 115, OPEN AND GLAZED, AS SPECIFIED.

No. 106, No. 106, No. 106. No. 106, No. 106,
SIZES IN
STOCK. ...; 107 107 107, l07or 109. 107or 109.
No 106,
107
No. 106,
107,
FOR
Add following prices to the open prices of Doors No.
106, 107, 109 and 115 for glazing, as specified below.
<Sizes not "'
l'l
.Id
or 109. or 109. or 109. A Quality, ~ Quality,
A Quality, B Quality, C Quality, Cypress
or 109. or 109.
Cypress, A Quality, B Quality, 'PRICES
priced,not car- C>
Yellow Yellow Yellow with Y, P. with Y. P. White White Clear Sand I Sand Chipp ed
ried in stock. ) :a
~
Pine. Pine, Pine, Panels, Panels, Pine, Pine,
OF
DOOR
D.S. Blast No . Blast Border
Ft. in. ft. in. Open. Open. Open. Open, Open. Open. Open. Glass. 03 or 04 No. 05. N o. 06
2- 6 x 6- 6 1.% in. $1 85 $1 52 $1 26 $2 OS $1 89 $2 08 $1 89 No, 115, $0 70 ~ $1iU $1 60
ADD
2- 8 x 6- 8 1.% in. 1 9-! 1 60 1 32 2 18 1 99 2 18 1 99 70 1 00 1 10 1 60
2- 8 x 7- 0 1_%in. .. .. .... .... 2 64 . . ..2 6-!
TO
. .. .
25 cts.
88 1 '18 1 28 1 78
2-10 x 6-10 1.% in. 2 28 1 87 1 47 2 55 2 32 2 55 2 32 PRICES 88 1 18 1 28 1 78
3- 0 x i- 0 1.% in. 2 49 2 06 1 67 2 79 2 55 2 79 2 55 98 1 28 1 38 1 88
2- 8 x 6- 8 1%in. . ... ... . . ... 3 43 .... 43 3. OF
... 70 1 00 1 10 1 60
2-10 x 6-10 1%in. . .. . .. .. . . ... 3 80 . ...
3 80 . DOOR
... 88 1 18 1 28 1 78
2-lOx 7- 0 1%in. .. . . .... . ...4 04 ... . 4 04 . ...
No. 109.
98 1 28 1 38 1 88
3- 0 x 7- 0 l3 in. .. .. . ... . ... 4 04 . ... 4 04 . ..
' 98 1 28 1 38 1 88
Other sizes, propcrtionate prices. Sizes not priced, not carried in stock. For above designs of fancy glass, see page 14.

Xet Prices Per Door No, 4o, Open and Glazed, a~ S1tecifted,

SIZES IN B Add following prices to the open prices of door


B Quality, B
STOCK. Quality, Quality, ho. 45 for glaziD g, as !!pacified below.
1%in, Cypress,
Yellow withY.P. White Clear S and Sand Chi pped
Thick. Pine, Pine,
Panels, D. S, Blast No. B last Border
Ft. in. ft in. Open, Open,
Open.
Glass. 03 or 04. No. 05. No. 06.
2· 6 x 6- 6 $1 i7
2- 8 x 6- 8 1 85
$2 14 ~2 14 $0 55 $0 85 :::o 95 $1 35
2 24 2 24 55 85 93 1 35
2·10 x 6-10 2 12
3- 0 x i- 0 2 3l
2 57
2 80
2 57
2 80
60
;o
90
1 00
1 00
1 10
.. 1
I
40
50
For above designs of fancy glass see page 14. Other sizes Of
above doors at proportionate prices.

WE manutacture the DOWEL DOOR exclusively, hav-


ing found it the best and most satisfacto ry. We use
J '
.% in. hard wood dowels _and best glue that money can buy.
We also pay particular attention to t he finishing of all
doors (running the m through heavy invincible sanders on
slow feed). A~l doors thoroughly crated, so that they will
reach you in same condition they leave the fac tory-clean
Door No. 45. Door No. 45. and bright.
Bott Arka.nse.a yellow pine- Golden Gulf Oypress, with
tree trom check, yellow pine panels.

Our large Cincinnati factory produces over 800 doors dail y. We are in elegant sha pe to manufacture promptl v anythi ng in the mill-
work line at prices sure.to interest. WE GO ANYWHERE FOR BUSIXESS-BUY FROM US AND SAVE .THE D IFFER E::\'CE.
For weights of doors kindly refer to page 21. Glass doors will weigh practically the same as panel doors.
24 'l'IIE PEAS E CO. , CINCINNATI, 01110, U. S. A.
Th 6 1..1 5 de o n t his page a re up to ciate- 12 o'clock noon to-d ay-and nothing better at tnese prices can be secured elsewhere. WE
C0 ·\. "YWH F:RE F OR BUSIXESS AND GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY.

D OOR N o. 46. DOOR N o, 46, DOOR No. 48, DOOR No. 79,
Soft A rkansas Yellow Pins Golden Gulf CYJ>ress with Ysllow Our Original Design Very Popular
- !rse from chsck, Pins Pansls,
X ET PRIC E S PER DOOR Nos. 46. 48 and -19 OPEN AND GLAZED AS SPECIFIED.
:::\ET PRICES PER DOOR No. 46 OPEN Add follo wing prices to the OPE!\ prices of
Doors Nos. 46, 48 and 49 for GLAZI N G
SIZES IN STOCK Yellow
Pine
Yellow
• Pine
c\~lWi~s
Yellow
c{Ji~hss
Yellow
I
w~ite
PrnE; .
White
?ine
For
Prices
of
For
Prices
of
as specified below.

1% inches Thickness A Quality B Quality Pine Panels PinePanel~ A QualILy B Quality Door Door
A Quality B Quality Open
No.48 No. 79
Open Open Open OpPn 0 pen Add Add
50 cts. 50 cts,
2 ft. 6 in . x 6 ft. 6 in. $2 5(i $2 23 $2 88 $2 68 $2 88 $2 68 t<> Prices t o Prices so 60 80 9;) $1 05 $1 35
2" 8" x6" 8 " 2 65 2 23 2 98 2 78 2 98 2 78 of Door of Door 60 95 1 O;) 1 35
:.! " 10 "~ x 6 " 10 "
3 " 0 " x7 " 0 "
2 98
3 19
2 50
2 68
3 34
3 58
3 12
3 34
3 34
3 58
s3 34
12 I No. 46 No. 46
70
75
1 05
1 10
1 15
1 20
1 45
1 50

Kindly bear in mind


that we are in a most
excellent position to
manufacture anything
wanted in the door
line, ou t of any kind
of 'vood, SOLID OR
VENEERED,
PROMPTLY AND
TO YOUR COM-
PLETE SA TISF AC-
TION.

ALL DOORS
SMOOTHLY
SANDED TO SAVE
PAINTERS' Tl:\IE
IN CLEAN I:\'G U P

- j
'l!ZF>'

fl.
""

In.

DOOR N o. 4 4.

I ~ ST<1

ft
ij Cyprelll!
.c with

- A Quality
Door
~o.

Pine
44
White
] Pl~·:i!~~cl~ A Quality Price a
Open
For
Door
::\o. 47
Cypress
A ~uaUty
Open
DO OR No . 49 ,
N ET P R ICES PE R D O OR N os. 44, 50 and 47, OPEN AND GLAZED AS SPECIFIED.

~g~~t
Clear
D. S.
GIRSS
Sand
DOOR No. 47,

Adel following prices to the OPEN prices of Doors Nos.


44, 49 and 47 for GLAZING as specified below

Beveled
Blast 8 an d Blas t Chipped Polished
Nos.
03 or0-1. No. 05.
Border
No.06. French
Fer above designs of FANCY
GLASS
WEIGHTS
see page 14.
OF DOORS
For

Open o! Plate kindly refer to page 21; glass


~-1 -~~~- : -~~~1 Door
:.!- ti x ti- u LJ11 $2 7;, $1 05 $2 80 doors will weigh pra<:ti~ally
:.!- 8 X I i- 8 "
$:.! i 5
2 j ;j •)
-
--
/ o)
No. 4 9
Add
$3 i5
3 i5
$0 70
70 1 05
$1
1
15
15
$1
1
45
45 2 94 the same as panel doors. IN
:.!- s x i 0 " 3 50 3 50 3 0 c en t s 4 50 80 1 15 1 25 1 55 4 32
:-10 x r. IO " 3 35 3- 35 to 4 35 80 1- 15 ·- 1 25 1 65 - 4 25 _,.... 0 RD ERIN G - D 0 0 RS
:?-10 x i - 0 " 3 55 3 55 P ricH 4 55 VO 1 25 1 35 1 65 4 63 PLEASE BE CAREFUL
~ 0 x 7- 0 .. :3 55 3 55 o! 4 .'55 00 1 25 1 35 1 65 4 82 1

:.!- 8 x U- 8 I~ 4 00 4 00 D oor 5 00 70 1 05 1 15 1 45 2 94 TO SPECIFY WHAT


:.!- ~ x 7- 0 4 00 4 00 N o. 44 5 00 80 1 15 1 "-
-i:> 1 -55 4 32 K I N ·D 0 F W 0 0 D
~-IO x 6- 10 " 4 i5 4 i6 ,5 i5 so 1 15 1 25 1 .) 5 4 25
~-10 x i - o .. 4 60 I 4 60
4 ~o
5 60
5 so
90 1 2.j
1 2.j
1 35
1 3.j
1 65
1 65
4
4 82
63 WANTED.
:)-0x7- 0 '' 480 90
'T ll E P EASE CO., C I NC I NNA'I'I , 011 10, U. S. A.

Ne\V D esigQs of frbQ t r) ors

Door No. 0079 Door No. 0569 Door No . 053 7 Door No. 0 047
White Pine White Pine White Pine White Pi ne
PAINTED GRAINED 1 ' R " INE D GRAI NE D

Net Pri ce, E a ch, N o. 0079 N et Price, R ach, N o. O:ifi9 Net Pric e, E<tch, No. Qj37 Net Price , Each, N o. 004i
~IZES lN STOCK Thickness G laze d, Glazed, Glazed, G l azed, G lazed, G lazed,
1 )
Glazed , G lazed ,
Ft. In. Ft. In. C lear D . S. as sh o \vn ) Cl ear D.S. as shown. Clea r D.S. as s hown C lear D.S. as shown
:! ~ 6" x t) - 0
'.'! - 8 x 6 - . 8
lfs in. $2 20
2 20
$2
2
45
45
$2
2
30
30
$2
2
55
55
$2
2
45
45
$2
2
70 $~
2
60
60
$2 85
" !! 50 2 60 2 85
70 2 85
2 -10 x {) - 10 " ' 2 75 2 75 3 00 2 90 3 15
2- 8 x 0 i; " " 2 75 3 05 2 85 3 15 3 00 3 25 3 15 3 40
"
·) - 0 x 77 0 " " !! 85 3 15 2 95 3 'r
_ i) 3 10 3 3,5 3 25 3 ;)0

Door No. 07 49 Doo r No. 0007 Door No. 0055


White Pine White Pine Door No. 05 66
8 Quality White Pine White Pine
1 B Quality B Quality B Quality
.
SIZES IN STOCK Net Price, each, ::\ o. Oi49 Net Price, E a c:h, No. OOOi N et Price, E ach, N o. 0055 Net Price, Ea c h, N o. QjbS
Thickness
Ft. In. Ft. In.
Glazed,
Cl ear D.S .
Glazed, Glazed, Glazed, Glazed, Gb zcd , Glaze d , Glazed, -
as s hown Clear D.S. as shown Clear D.S. a s shown Clear D .S. a s s h own.
2- 6 x 6- 6 IYs in.
,-2 - 8 ~ 6 - ~8 .. "
$2
2
85
85
$3
3
20
20
$3
3
20
20
83
3
-15
45
$3
3
20
20
$3
3
45
45
$3
3
20
20
:33
3
45
4ij
- 2 - 10
2- 8
x 6 ;-10
x i - 0
"
" '·
" 3
3
55
70
4
4
00
1.5
3 90 4 1.5 3 90 4 <>-
_i) 3 90 I' 4 25
4 05 4 40 4 05
I
I

3,- 0 :x I i . 0
4 40 4 05 4 40
" " 3 85 4 30 4 20 4 55 4 20 4 55 4 20 4 ,;,5
•' THE PEASE CO., CINCINNAT I , OHIO, U. S. A.

FRONT DOORS TO.PLERSE THE IDOST FRSTIDIOUS

Door No. 0707. Door No. 0547. Door No. 0777. Door No. 0088 .
White Pine, B Quality. White P in e. B Quality. W h ite Pine. B Qualit y . White Pine. B Quality.
:
Net Pri ce, Each, No. OiOi Net P r ice, Each , N o. 0547 Net Price, E a ch, No . Oi77 Net Price, E ach, No. 0088
SIZES IN STOCK Thickness Glazed, Glazed, Glazed, Glaze d, Glazed, Glazed, Glazed , G laze d ,
Ft. In. Ft. In. Cl ear D. S , as shown Cl ear D.S. as shown C lear D.S. as shown Clear D. S. as ~hown
.
2. 6 x 6. 6 1% in. $3 20 S3 45 $3 20 $3 45 $3 35 $3 60 $3 35 $3 60
2. 8 x 6. 8 " " 3 20 3 45 3 20 3 45 3 35 3 60 3 35 3 60
2. 10 x 6. 10 3 90 4 25 3 90 4 25 4 05 4 40 4 05 4 40
2. 8 x 7• 0 ,," " 4 05 4 40 4 05 4 40 4 55 4 20 4 55
" 4 20
3. 0 x I • 0 " " 4 20 4 55 4 20 4 55 4 35 4 70 4 35 4 70

l>oor No. 0048. Door No. 0535. Door No. o888. Door No. 0 545.
White Pine. B Qualit y . White Pine. 13 Quality. White Pine. A Quality. White P ine. A Quality.

Net Price, Ench, No. 0048 Net Price, Each, N o. 053.~ Net Price, Each, No. OSSS Net Price, Each, No. 0545
SIZES I N STOCK Thlcknc&s (;lazed , Glazed, Glazed, Glazed, Glazed, Glaze d, Glazed, Gl azed,
Ft. ll Ft. In. Clc:ir I>. S. as shown Clear D.S. as shown Clear D.S. as shown Cl ear D.S. Bc,·eled P late
'..! • fI x 11 • li 1 }t in. ::::1 :15 $J 60 $3 35 $3 tiO $3 45 $3 65 S:3 45 $5 75
'..! • II"
x H - :\
.." ...." :1 :~5
0;)
3 60 3 35 3
4
60
40
3
3
45
95
3
4
65
15
3
4
45
15
5
7
75
75
:! -
:J . ti"
I
x ti - IO
x I • 0 ' .. .. -I
4 20
4 -10
4 55
4
4
03
20 4 55 4
4
15
40
4
4
35
60
4
4
30
45
7
8
90
50
x I • 0 " 4 35 4 70 4 35 4 70
ANY OF ABOVE DOORS I }.{ INCHES THICK $1.25 EXTRA
THE PEASE C O., CINCINNATI , OHIO, U .S. A .

\Ve Ship Fro11t f)oors A II Over tl1e vVorlcI

Door No. 0239. Door No. 0515, Door No. 0045. Door No. 0056.
White Pine. B Quality. White Pine. A Quality, White Pine. A Quality. White Pine. A Quality.

Net Price, Each, No. 0239 Net Prke, E ach, No. 0515 Net Price, E:i.ch , No. 0045 Net Price, Each, No. C056
SIZE IN STOCK.
Thickness Glazed, Gl azed, Glazed , Glazed, Glazed, Glazed, Glaze d, Glazed,
Ft. In. Ft. In. Clear D.S. as shown Clear D.S. as shown Clear D.S. as shown Cl ear D.S. as shown
2- 6 x 6- 6 lYs in. S3 no $4 20 $4 05 $4 65 $4 05 $4 33 $4 05 $4 30
2- 8 x 6- 8 " " 3 90 4 20 4 05 4 65 4 05 4 3;) 4 05 4 30
2 -10 x 6 - 10 " " 4 50 4 90 4 65 5 35 4 55 4 85 4 65 5 00
2- 8 x 7- 0 " " 4 85 5 45 5 00 5 90 4 75 5 05 5 00 5 55
3- 0 x 7- 0 " " 5 05 5 65 5 20 6 10 5 00 5 30 5 20 5 i5

Door No. 0035. Door No, 0066, Door No. 0598. Door No. 0166.
White Pine. A Quality. White Pine. A Quality. ' White Pine. A Quality. White Pin,e. A Qualit y.

Net Price, Each, No. 0035 Net Price, Each, No. 0066 Net Price, Each, No. 05!l8 Net Price, Each , No. Olf>6
SIZES IN STOCK Thickness \;lazed, Glazed, Glazed, Glazed , Glazed, Gl azed, I Glazed, Glaze d,
Ft. In. Ft. In. Clear D.S. as shown Cle ar D.S. as shown Clear D. S. as shown Clear D .S. B evele.-1 Plate
!! -6 x 6- 6 l Ys in. $4 05 $4 45 $4 05 $4 45 $4 05 $4 30 $4 05 $6 40
2- 8 x 6- 8 " " 4 05 4 45 4 05 4 45 4 05 4 30 4 05 6 -10
2 -10 x 6 - 10 ,;
" 4 65 5 15 4 65 5 15 4 65 5 00 4 G5 8 10
•) -
8 x 7 - (l " " 5 00 5 70 5 00 5 70 5 00 5 55 5 00 8 vO
3- 0 x 7 - 0 " " 5 20 5 90 5 20 5 90 5 20 5 75 5 '.:O 9 50

ANY OF ABOVE DOORS 1}.{ INCHES THICK $1.25 EXTRA


THE PEASE CO., C I NCINNA'l'I, 0111 0. U. S. A.

Fro t Doors Which Distance /\II Competition

Door No. 026 9.


White Pine.
A Quality.
---
Net Price , each, N o . 0269 Net Price , each , No. 0038 N"et Price, each, No. 0029 Net Ptice, each, N o. 0267
SIZES IN S TOC K
Thickness
F l. In. F t. In, j G l azed,
Cl e ar D.S.
G lazed,
Bevele d Pl ate
Glazed,
Cl ear D.S.
Glazed,
as shown
Glazed,
Cl ea r D.S.
Glazed ,
as sh o w n
Gl azed ,
Cle ar D.S.
Glazed ,
Be"eled Pl a te
2 - (j
2- 8 x 6- 8
x ti - Ii l Ji
"
in.
.. St 20
4 20
S6 80
6 so
$-1 05
4 05
$4 30
4 30
S4
4
20
20
$4
4
50
50
St 30
4 30
$6
6
40
iO
2 - IO x · 6 - lO " " 4 90 9 20 4 65 5 00 4 iO 5 00 4 90 9 20
2- H x i 0 I
" 5 45 9 35 5 00 5 55 4 90 5 20 5 25 9 35
3 - 0 x I - () I ,I
5 10 00 5 20 5 15 5 5 45 5 9 90
" (j.j 15 4.')

D oo r N o . 0829, Door No. 0439. Door No. 0229. Door No. 0629.
W hite P ine. White Pine. White Pine. W h ite P ine.
A Q uality . A Q uality. A Quality. 1 A Qua li t y.

Xct Price, each . No. ().lj:!~ Net Pri ce, eac h, N o. Ot:l\l N e t Price, eac h, ::-\ o , 02"!9 :\' c t Pric e , each, No. 0629
:-01/.l~S I:" ,; TOCK
' T hi< ~ n c ss
Glazed , G lazed , G lazed , Gl azed, Glazed, Glazed,
Ft _ Ir, .J::::_Tn_
. -~ C le ar D.S. il e\'e le d Pl ale C lear D. S. Beveled Plate Clear D.S. as shown
:! ti x (i - ti l Ys Ill. $4 50 $6 i 5 $4 15 SU 50 $4 45 $0 95 $4 50 $-1 85
2 K
2 - 10 x
(i -
6 - 10
~ I ,," " .. 4 50
5 10
6 i5
I 50
4 15
4 15
6 50
I l;)
4 45
4 95
6 95
8 15
4 50
5 10
4 85
5 55
2- 8 x i - 0 u " 5 45 8 00 5 10 I 65 5 15 8 85 5 45 6 10
~ - 0 x 7- 0 u ..
5 (;;") !) 25 5 30 8 90 5 40 9 50 5 60 6 30
ANY OF ABOVE DOORS I ~ INCHES THICK $1. 25 EXTR A
TIIE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI, 01110, U. S. A.

BeaL1.1:i:f u1 SoL•1:herr1
Tl-ie Iclea.1 ""\:Voocl. f o r I1.-isicl e Doors an.c.l •:rri n_~.
To those who have never had experience with this most desirable wood, let us briefly state t hat t here is not hin g bett er AT A~ Y
P RIC E . Southern Mahogany will take a finish equal to and when finis hed cannot be detected irom t he Cuban or Spanish l\lah~ganv.
Southern Mahog any is soft in texture, works easily and smoothly under the planer saw and does not split easily. We especiall y recomme nd
Southern Mahogany to those of our customers wanting high class doors or trim at moderate prices.
Free finished sampl e s of Southern Mahogany and other 'VI.roods
ma il ~d to your address-upon request.

O UR VENEERED DOORS arc built up on a pine core,


and covered with carefully selected veneers. This mak es
a light, st ron g door that will never twist or get out of shape.
High class veneered doors can only be produced in a large
factory like ours, where all the necessary machinery and facil-
ities are availabie, as the veneer to hold permanently must be
applied to the wood cores, heated to exactly the right temper-
ature, and u nder the heaviest pressure on ly possible with our
heavy m ass ive presses, THE LARGEST EVER BUILT.
Make no mistake about this veneered door proposition. Do
not be mi sled into buy ing the cheap veneered doors that will
not stand the test of tim e. Remember that "we AHSOLUTELY
GUARANTEE eve ry veneered door that we manufacture.
Thus you take no chances when you buy from us, \Ve will
a lso state that all of our veneered doors are SHIPPED IN
BOX CRATES TO AVOID ALL DAMAGE IN TRANSIT,
and in a ddition to this we absolutely guarantee safe delivery.

WE WILL, WITHOUT ANY COST TO Y'OU, FURNISI--'l


UPON REQUEST FULL DIRECTIONS FOR PROPER-
LY FINISHING ANY KIND OF WOOD-ANY WAY
I:>ESIRED. REMEMBER THIS VALUABLE INFOR-
1\IATION IS FREE TO ALL.

Note -t::b.ese in.terestin.g p r i c e s


and observe that we are on ly asking very little more for our
Sou thern Mahogany vem~ered doo rs than others
would charge you for common pine doors.
Veneered Do.>r No. Xi. Veneered Door No. X2.
Southern Mahogany or Selected Oak . Southern Mai.ogany or Selected Oak.
Net: P r i c e s P e r D o o r . 1 % i r i . 'I'hioI~.
uoor !Joor Uoor Uoor Uoor Uoor
SIZES IN No. XI, No. X2. No. 20:!M No. XI, No. X2, No. 202 ){, Weight Weight
STOCK. Veneered Veneered Veneered Veneered Veneered Veneered Per Door, Per Door,

Ft. In. Ft.


Southern Southern South ern
li-i. lhhogany. Mahogany. Mahogany.
Selected
Oa k.
Selected
Oak.
Selected
Oak.
l ~ in. in . 1u
2- 0 x (}- 0 ~:.! -l7 ..;:9
... .w --
,, $2 n7 $3 l:? $3 42 $3 (i2 :w lb~ . 42 ]h!':.
6- 6 2 47 2 /I 2 97 3 12 3 42 3 62 3D " 4() "
6- 8 2 58 2 88 3 08 3 26 3 56 3 7o 42 " -I!) "
6-10 2 85 3 15 3 3.1 3 GO 3 90 4 10 42 " 49 "
i· 0 3 0-l ;:} 3-l 3 54 3 ~-l 4 H 4 :-l-l 42 " 49 "
2- 2 x 6- 6 2 47 . 2 ii 2 91 3 12 3 4:? :1 li2 42 " .-l 9 "
6- 8 2 58 2 88 3 08 3 2() 3 i">ti 3 76 45 " '
.);~ "
6-10 2
8.) 3 ]5 3 3.1 3 60 3 90 4 10 -ti} " :1:-; "
7- 0 3
04 ;~ 34 2 54 3 84 4 14. 4 ;)4 45 5:;
" ;);) "
2- 4 x 6- (j 2
47 2 i7 2 !Ii ;~ l :! 3 42 3 62 45
6- 8 2
58 2 88 3 OS 3 2li =~ 5li ,, itj
')
48 "" . ;j(j ""
6-10
i- 0
2
85
0-l
3
3 15
3 34
.. 54
3 33
,)
3 60
3 8-l
3 90
4 14
4 10
4 il-l
48
51
" iili "
" GO "
CROSS SECTI ON OP
DOOR SHOWl:'llG THE
:!- 6x 6- 6 2 4i :! 77 2 9i ;~ 12 :1 42 3 62 51 " liO "
6- 8 2 58
(j-JO 2 83
2 SS
;) ] I)
3
3
08
35
.
3 2ti
,) 60
3 ,51;
3 90
3 i()
4 10
51
51
"
"
60
GO "
" Be~cI o ricI co,~e

i- 0 3 0-l 3 3-l 3 iJ4 3 ,q 4 14 4 34 54 " 63 " St:i o h;: ir-i~


i- G 3 50 3 so 4 00 4 42 4 72 4 92 57 " l)i "
:!· Sx 6- s 2 58 2 SS 3 08 3 2G 3 56 3 16 54 " ()3 " USED ON ALL
n-10 2 93 3 23 3 43 I 3 i O 4 00 4 20 54 " ll3 "
i- 0 3 14
7- 6 3 61
3 44 3 64
11
3 9G
4 56
4 26
4 86
4
5
4B
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IoO
5i " I (i j "
"
DOORS SHOW N ON

I'"
:~ 91 4 " THIS PAG E . ••
2-lOx 6 10 3 02 3 32 3 .12 ;{ 82 4 12 4 22 • GO " 10 "
•.l ..
•I
1- OI 3 2.5
(l X -
I - 0 3 31
3 55
3 61
3
3 81
75 ! 4 18
4 10 I 4 40 4 60 no "
"
10 "
Veneered Door No. 202 M . OTHER SIZES PROPORTIO~ATE PRICES.
Southern Maho11any or Selected
Uak. Any of Above Doors 1 ~.{ in. Thick 50c. Extra.

For In.side ~-...rim See Pages 12 a:n.cl. 13 .


THE PE ASE CO., CI NCI NNATI, O HIO, U.S. A .

FRONT DOORS OF MODERATE PRICE .


...._~~.,),,,·
==

Door No. 44. Door N o . 47 Door N o . 43. Door No. l> O,


Veneered Southern Mahogany. Veneered Southern Ma hogan y. Veneered Southern :Mahogany . Veneered Southern Mahoga ny.
A Quality. A Quality. A Quality. A Quality.

N et, Each, No. 44 Net, Each, No. 4i Net, Ea ch , No. 43 Net , E"ach , N o. 50
S IZES!:'.\" STOCK Thickness
Glazed, Glazed, Gi a ze d, G lazed, G laze d, G l azed, Glaze d , Glazed ,
F t In. Ft. l n. Clear D.S. Beveled P lat <'. Clear D . S. Bevel e d P late Clear D. S. Beve led Plate Clear D.S. Re veled P late
-
2 . ti x 6 - G 1% ur.,l3,'1 in. $5 76 Si 63 $6 76 SS t;3 $6 10 s 9 70 $6 60 "$10 w
2 - 8 x 6-
2 - 10 x 6 - 10
ii
. 5 ';6
6 35
7 63
9 72
6 76
7 35
8 63
10 i"l.
6 10
6 70
9 70
11 25
6 60
7 20
10 20 .
11 75
2. 8 x 7 -
3- 0 x 7-
0
0 ." 6 90
7 2i
9 84
10 69
'; !JO
8 27
10 84
11 69
7 25
7 50
11 35
12 15
7 75
8 00
11 85
12 G5.
F•'r ttny of the above doors Glazed Sand Blas t Kos. 03 o r 04, a dd 30 cents, o r F ur either of the a bove d oors Glazed Sand Blast Nos. 03 or 04, add 40 cents, ·or
i'all<I Blast No . 05, a<ld 40 cents; or Chipped Borde r No. 06, add 75 cents to Glazed Sand B last No. 05 add 50 cents; or Chipped Border No. 06, add Sl.00 to Glazed
Clear lJ. S. prices. See page No. H for Nos. 03, Ot, 05 or 06 Glass. Clear D, S, yrices: See page 14 for N"os. 03, 04, ().)or 06 Glass.
A n .v of th e Rbove Doors Ven.-ered Selecff>(
_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _.::.: ORk, :>O ce n tN .-xt r R.
wt; C HALLEN GE ·rnE WORLD TO PRODUC E THE EQUAL OP 'l'llE ELEGANT, ORIG I NAL, MOD.t.:KA'l 'E PRICED
O'' AI, LUHIT l"RON'I' DOO R S S H OWN B E LO W.

Do or ~ o. O l:>ll. J)oo r No. 00:>9. Door No. 0 31>9. Door No. 021>9.
Ycucercd 8onthcrn ~lnh ognny. Yenecrcd Southe rn Ma hogan y. Yeneered Southern Mahogany. Veneered Southern Mahogany.
A •1 ualily. A (!uallty. A Quality. A Quality.

Nl"I, E~~h. No. 0 159 N e t , Each, X o. 0059 N<:t Price, E ac h, No. 03f>9 N e t Price, Each, No. 0259.
-., 1zt·:S IN STOCK T h ickncb" - GI azcd, L-:l-:1-ze-,,...
l,--l·---;G-,;.l;-a-z-c""'"<1-
, ---G""''-:-1a- z-.c"""'d'""",--l---,,G'""'l-:i-
ze-d-:-,--;---,G"l;-::a-::z-:-e-;d-
, --l----;(j;-:.0:1a=--=z:-:e-:;d-,--:--7'G'"i"J:a:-:7.e::d;-,-
.: -:
Ft. '''· Ft In. Clc:ir D. l', n~ shown C lear D . S. ~ s shown Clear D.S. as shown Cl e ar D. S. Beve led Pl ate
- r. -r-, .-,.-, - - - I·'· or,,l~,&-,.-ir-1. 1 _ _ _&_s_r._o___ 1_ _ _~-!l-2-,>---I ---~~ --S'.J :!5 :f'H GO $'J 30 $1' 60 512 20
• 1' ' 6 - )\ s 1;0 9 '.!5 8 f.() 9 25 8 60 9 30 8 60 12 20
- 10 x 6 • 10 , ~o 9 uo 9 20 9 oo 9 20 9 90 9 20 • 13 75
- .~ x i - 0 !l i 5 10 45 ti 75 10 ·15 !l 75 10 45 9 75 13 85 :
·---_o_,--';_.--'o___________-'10 oo 10 70 10 oo _ __ 10 70 10 oo 10 70 10 oo 14 GEi
ANY OF THE ABOVE DOORS VENE E RED SELECTED OAK 50 Cts. EXTRA.
'I'llE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI , 0111 0, U . S . A . 31

\ YE call to your s pecial atte nt ion ou r Our great specialty is

INSIDE l 0I_JDING BLINDS,


1

AMERICAN T urni n g out the ve ry best o f wo r k, a ll smoot h,


clean, selected stock, suitable fo r o il fin is h , a n d
crate same ca re fully for safe s h ipment. T hese
V ENETIAN BL INDS b lind s are always s hipped in
ished ).
th e wh ite (unfi n ·

Combining, as they do, all of the essential featur es of


any inside blind, they possess, in addition, the ad van ·
tage of cheapness-in cos t, not in quality. The A me r i·
can Venetian Blind s consi s t o f a se ries of thin sla ts
abo u t 4\ inch thick and eithe r 2 (8 inches or 2 inches
I I I I aI I a
wide, fastened together by inte rwoven ladder tape <1.nd
operated by cords on either side-those on the right raise and lower the blind, while

.,
the slats are tilted in either direction II I I ~ II a
I I I I aI I D
... ".'! •• or closed by the cords on the left side. ·
Anyone with a hammer can hang th e
American Venetian Blinds and the

II I I aI I a
smallest child can operate then.,
These blinds are never swinging out
into the room, "sticking fast," or
"coming off the roller," and are per-
fectly noiseless, both in use and oper- Inside Folding Blinds, Inside Folding Blinds,
No.) 80. No. 181.
ation. They are fastened at the bot ·
tom by light chains attached to the
1 blind and by hooks fastened to the sill
'. o f the frame. All h a rdware of every
kind required and a ll necessary fix ·
tures are included in the prices shown aD~ ll D aaa
~ I I ll aa~ a
below. The American Ve n e,tian
Blinds are made only to order, and.
we usually require about te n days'
time to execute an o r dinary order.

aI I ~ aa~ a
aD~ n
Inside Foldin~ Blinds,
No.182.
aaa~
Inside Foldin~ B1!11ds 1
No. 183.

ll ~ ~ ll
ll I I ll
N o . I. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. ~o. ~.
~ I I ll
No. 1 shows slats all clo~ed. No. 2. Blind half drawn, upper slats closed. No. 3, lower slats closed, upper open.
No. 4, Blind entirely drawn. No. 5, all slats turned to exclude the sun and still admitting an abundance
of light.
Made with S l ats 2 inchE's and also 2% inchE>s wide. The former are intended for mediu m·
sized windows In residences, etc. The latter width- costs less, makes a ligh te r Blind, and are intended fur
ll ~ ~ ll
Inside Folding Blin°ds. Inside Folding Blinds,
larger windows, such a.s are found in public buildings, etc. Either width is well adapted fo r auy use. No. 185.· No. 1S6.
Prices shown are NET PER SQUARE FOOT, for the DIRECTIONS FOR :MEASURING AND ORDERING ,
American Venetian Blind, finished complete, with N et Pric es for I n side Fold1nir Bli nds, p er line al foot In
aH hardware and fixtures. State width of slat wan ted, what kind of wood h eight. Any of above style s ~ Inch thic k.
and how to he fi nished. ·
i~~ in~h

,.2:'.~~'~'.; ,~·;·-, :'.~;·;·el


KIND OF WOOD. :"umber Arkansas White

_)J
--------------I S ! a~ Slats Yellow C'ypress. Pine. Plain Oak.
of Folds.
Spruce, Whitewood, Basswood, Yellow ., .
.
-
Pine .

:·L
. (
and Norway Pine, finished natural,
stained to imitate Cherry, Mahogany
~·-- ·· ·- .. -- . . ... . .. . . ... ......... ... ..... . ...... .. . .. r
(•• ····· ·· - -· .. ··-···· · ··-· ···· ... Iii ····-·-····-·····-····- 2 so 22 :30 25 $0 25 so 36
or Walnut, or painted in dark colors ...
Painted in light colors or tints............ .
so 15 so 17
li 19
'.!' '.;; ."'.' '. 3
-!
33
40
36
43
36
43
50
64
Painted in enamels ...... - .......... ............... 19 21 6 60 65 65 96
Enameled, rubbed between coats......... . 80 32 Above cut represents cross·section of ordinary
White Pine, Cypress, Plain Oak, Ash, winrlow fram e. The American Venetian Blind can
Elm, Chestnut and ordinary :Maple..... 19 be h un g a t an y of th e points shown. Measure exact
Plain Birch and Butternut.................... . 171
18 20 width and height (width always first) a t poin t \ Ve usuall y r eq uire about ten d a y s' time in
Quartered Oak and Quartered Sycamore 19 21 where blind is to bang. MRke no allowa nce fo r free whi c h t o e xecute an ordinary ordt>r.
oper&.tion-we do that. When the bli nd is to be \Vrite for special prices on other sizes and
hung at C or F, add 1~ inches ~ inch for each side)
No Blind calculated at less than 15 square feet. fo r bli nd to lap. woods.
'l'JIE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI, 01110, U. S. A.

OUR IM PROV E D SLI DING BLINDS are by far the best Sliding Bli nds on the \Ve show below t he reguldr sizes o f Outside
rr.~rket. They a.e m ad e very light (only Yz to ~-inch in thickness) and stronglycon - Blinds we carry constantly in i.tock. Very often
structedoi light TT1aterial, but possessing great strength and lasting qualities. Can be we have other sizes also, but in any event if in
clo~ed with the '· in do w raised, and cannot blow open or rattle, thus giving the best me- need of Outside Blinds not shown below, kindly
dium of ventilation. They neither rattle nor get ou t of ord er, they requi re no special write us for prices as we make blinds a SPECIAL
frame, but ca.1 be att ached with equal faci lity to any ordinary window frame. The up- FEATURE OF OUR BUSINESS and can supply you
to-date blind fo r the be tter class of buildings. wi th anything wanted AT LOWEST GOING PRICES

OUTSIDE BLINDS
for
2, <t, Sand 12
Lighted Windows.
Cypress.
Vie''< of one section, four divisions wide. Outside
divisions, panel; two inside divisions, rolling slats. ROLL!NG OR STATION ARY SLATS

SIZE OF GT.ASS

12 Light
I 4 Light
I . I All I All
2 Light
Roll
Slat s
1% in.
Roll
SlaU!
H~ ln.
I All
Stat.
Slats
1%in.

10x24 20 x24 $0.86 $1. 17

View of Blinds in P <>'1t10n,


X o, 1-This sectio n shows th a t no speci al fram e is
required to us" our Slidin g Blinds. Th e g ui d.,way is
fastened on pull ~y stile, ac ting as a stop for the sash I 26
28
30
26
28
.90
.95
30 LOI
1. 22
1.28
1.35
Four sections, four divisions w ide. 32 32 1.06 1.42
34 34 1.13 1.49
We make the improved Sliding Blinds 36 36 1.19 1.58
•.vith any arrangem e nt of panels and slats 22 x30 1.01 1.35
32 1.06 1.42
desired, but unless otherwise specified, 34 1.13 1.49
they will be made as shown above (Yz No. :z-To iipply the guideway as sh own in this sec- 36 1.19 1.58
panels, Yz slats), with either rollin~ or tion r equi res a special frame, an d we recommend its 8 x 10 12x20 24 x20 .i4 $0.95 1.04
use in all cases whe re th e window frames have not 24 24 . 86 1.08 1.17
stationary slats as desi red. yet been made.
26 26 .90 1.17 1.22
When Ordering give th'! exact measurement of opening to be fitted with blin°ds. 28 28 .95 1.19 1.28
Make no allowance for guideway:s-w~ do that. If guideways are to take the place of 30'. 30 1.01 1.26 1.35
32 32 1.06 1. 33 1.42
the stops, state dist ance from lower sash to face of casing; also state whether the 34 34 1.13 1.44 1.49
window on inside is square, segment or circle top. When slats are desired, state 36 36 1.19 1.49 1.58
whether rolling or stationary. Printed directions for putting in accompany each ship- 38 3S 1.28 1.69
ment. w 40 1.31 1. i1
26 x28 1.01 1.35
THE FOLLOWING NET PRICE-LHlT If:; FOR EACH FOOT IN HEIGHT OF 30 1.10 1.37 1.46
32 1.13 1.40 1.49
SPRING BALANCED SLIDING BLINDS, ONE, TWO OR THREE SEC- 34 1.28 1.60 1.69
TIONS HIGH. ALL HARDWARE AND TRIMMINGS FURNISHED. 36 1.31 1.62 1. 71
as 1.40 1.82
pIVISIONS IN WIDTH A~D WIDTIIS' OF
40 1.42 1.85
9 x 12 14x24 28x24 .95 1.19 1.28
WINDOWS TO WHICH THEY CORRESPOND
26 26 .99 1.24 1.33
WOOD AND FINISH 14 28 28 1.01 1. 26 1.35
2 DIV. 3 DIV. 4 DIV. f> DIV. 6 DIV. 7 DIV. 15 30 30 1.10 l.3i 1.46
l:? to 22 16to29 21to 37 26 to 46 30 to 54 35 to 63 16 '") 32 1.13 1.40 1.49
inches inches Inches inches inches inches "-
34 34 1.28 1.60 1.69
-----------------!-- -- -- - --- ------- - -- lS 36 36 1.31 1.62 1. 71
Cy 1•re'l'I• BR'llliWOOd, N1•rn ce nod Yello w 1.82
1•h1e. 3S 38 1.40
In White (no fi nish) ... .. ............. . 40 40 1.42 1.85
$0 .52 $0.GO $0.68 $0.80 $0.92
Varnish Finish (2 coat gloss) .......... . .60 -.,
.1- .S-l .96 1.12
$ 1.08
1.32 10 x 12 15x24 30 x 24
21)
.99 1.32 1.34
1.4()
13 26 1.06
Varnish Finish (3 coat gloss) ....••.... .tH . it) .92 l.04 1.24 1.48 14 28 28 1.06 1.40 1.49
Oil Rubbed Cabinet Finish ........... . .68 .84 .96 1.12 1.32 1.60 15 30 30 1.13 1.52 1.61
16 32 32 1.19 1.5{ 1.6'.-l
•01• lnr. \\'hlfe Phu•. 1•111111 On k, Rl'•I 1.85
(;nn1 (lln zf'I) , Mn1•l f', Chf':ftnut, Birch 17 34 34 1.33 l.i6
Rnd ANh . 18 3G 36 1.33 l.i9 l. S8
In White(n o fi nish) ...•.....•. .60 .68 .80 .SS 1.00 1.16 19 38 38 1.46 2.00
Varnish Fin ish (3 coat gloss) ......... . .i2 .84 1.00 1.20 1. 40 1.64 20 40 40 1.46 2.03
Oil Rubb~d Cabinet Finish ............ . .80 .96 1. 12 1.28 1.48 1.72 Average weight of Outside Blinds about 25
lntff•rnnt . Ctnnr re r f'd Nycn111orc•.
lbs. per pair.
\\'hlll' " ""• \\' hHe .BH'INwood, Uc•d
Hlr"h• \Vh lfe Mnplc.
In White ( no fi nish) ..•.............. ..
Varn ish f<'inish (3 coat gloss) .. ....... .
.68
.80
. iti
.ti:!
.SS
1.0S
1.00
1.2S
1.12
1.48
1.28
1.i2
OUR 6U/\R/\NTEE
Oil R ubbed C abinet finish ... •.•.... .. .88 1.04 1.20 1.40 1. ()() 1.8-l· All goods shown in this catalogue are guar-
Hlncl' \\'nha ut, ('hf'rry, ( 'nr ly IUrd1, an teed to be perfectly satisfactory-exactly as
lllr<l'I 1·:y 1• 1tnd C'nrly ;.1111•lc, \\'hlle
JU rch nn d qunrterNI Onk, represented. If not found so, we pay freight
I n White (nll finish) ................ .
Varnish f<'i ni sh (3 coat gloss) •..•.......
Oil Rubbed C ab inet Finish ..... .
.so
.!J2
1.00
I . SS
1.04
1.04
1.24
1 :{2
1.28
1.44
1.()0
1.521
]. i2
I.SO
2.00
both ways and refund your money immediately •
WE Go
1.16 1.92 2.32 ANYWHERE FOR BusINEss, AND

Packed in box As to c1rry Sl\fely in transit (average weight about 30 lbs. per set), GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY.
'l'llE PtJASE CO., CINCI NNATI, 0111 0, U. S. A.

below a few of our most popular designs of COMPOSITION lnl0RK.


W E inshow
price. As a satisfactory substitute for expensive wood ca rving it has no equal, and
Thi s work is bot h orn a mental and moderate
it is much more d ur ab le than wood itself. If
yo u will kind ly give us the number of the design you desire AND STATE SIZE AND QUANTITY W AN TE D, we will cheerfull y
quote interesting ~rices not only on any of these, but on a ny special desi gns as well. All compo sition v.ork is ca refully packed in box
crates to carry safely.

OUR GUARANTEE. All goods shown in this catalogue are guaranteed to be perfect)\' satisfactory, exactlY as represented. If n ot fo u nd so, we
pay the freight both ways and refund your money lm}llediately. ·
-~~ 'l'llE J•E ASI~ CO., CIXCIX XA'rl , O HIO,' U. S. A.

J r t" n.1 e of STOCK, DOOR A . ' D WIX DOW SCREEXS will appeal to all people. Kindly remember tha t w hile our
re ,.c \ ,· e 11till do not allow the m atter of price to int erfere with the high quality of our screens. \Ve use the ve ry bes t 12-mesh
\\... 1'.. \\ I K. I .•• OTI I tha t mone~· can buy. We will furnish !:?-mesh green wire cloth without extra charge, if so specified in your order.

·,·
,.. ~·

SCREEN DOOR N o , G. SCREEN DOOR No. H. SCREEN DOOR ?To. G-E. SCREEN DOOR No. X-Y. SCREEN DOOR No. P.
K IL N DRIE D PINE, KILN DRIED PINE. KILN DRIED PINE,
SELECTED KILN DRIED PINE. SELECTED KILN DRIED PINE.
No. 2-3xYe In. stile, Imi tation No. 5-3xJ1j i n . s t ile, pain ted Ad mits occasional 11mall knot
waluut. green. nnd some sta in<'d 6R p. \'arni~hed, two coats. Varnished, hvo coats.
~o. 3-t'<}f. In. stile, lmllstlon !\o. G-3:u}t; In . stile, pain ted ~ o .. i-tx% In. sti!C'S l m itatiou ~o . 22-lx % in. s t iles. "Xo. 26-4x% in. stiles.
walnut.. gr1:en. wal nu t. ~o. 23-3.xI~ i u . stil es. No. 27-3xl}{ in. s tiles.
:\o. S-4xYI; In. s t iles, nat ural
SEE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT FOR SCREEN DOOR color, otlcd. SEE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT FOR SCREEN DOOR
•. •• HARDWARE AND WIRE CLOTH •• •. };o . !l~~xl~-:; In. stil es, natu ral , • .. HARDWARE AND WlRE CLCTH •. ••
color , oiled.

SPECIAL NET PRICES PE R SCREEN DOOR.


SIZE SIZE l'.' lZ.1!: l:lZE SIZE l:llZE SlZE
CATALOGUE 2 It. 6 In. 2 ft . 8 In. 2 ft.. 8 In. 2 ft. 8 in. 2 ft. IO in. 2 ft. JO in. 3 ft.
N U~IBEHS. x: x x: x: x x x
DOO lt. DESC lUPTIOS' . 6 f t. 6 In. 6 ft. 8 In. G ft . 10 In. 7 ft. 6 ft. JO In. 7 ft. 7 ft.
,_
$0 _,,
..
No.G
G
No. 2
3 ....
!() &.;
il
$0 il
i5
$0 7:!
i5 i6
&-0 i-l
77
&O 74
7S
$0 i6
79
... ......
i5 76 ;7 78 78 SI
" H 5 7"l
Si 87 1''1 S9 90 92
H 6 83
....G-F. i 71 75 76 7i 77 i8 79

......
G·E 8 ~ 87 88 89 90 91 94

......
G-E 9 90 93 9~ 9.'\ 96 9i I 00
X·Y Zl 1 ()') 1 H I I5 1 16 ] 17 ] 18 l 19

....
X·Y \!:{ I 16 I I9 l '.?O ] 2'.? l 2'2 I 23 1 26
p 26 l H 1 Ii I 18 I 19 l 20 I 21 l 23
1 4_
" r 1 :\8 I 39 40 •)
27 I 3-'} 1 SS 1 36 l

Sr«la l sizes quoted upon rcqn<'st.


Average weight of sen-cu d oo rs, lS lbs. each.
SPECIAL NOTICE! Above scree n doors are pucked X dozen of one ~tze a nd kind In a crate, and there
will be a n add lll ou al charge of 2!> c '~· for each au ,\ ev<'rY c rate that we are compelled to break In filling
your order. This <'barge, of conn;e, lnch1d<'S lhc cost of re-cTatlng.
PE.\SE AIJ.J t;STA BLE \\'I:\ now SC HEE~ .
Wire o:'lo lth t.-dl{<'A l1111Nte<1 In the w00<t PEASE IMPROVED WINDOW SCREEN FRAME.
~o 11°lJu~ tln11 dc\'l<'<'ll lt1 the fa('l·ll of tho fl'l\mrl!. Tiere Is the very best arrangement o f "Knock
!"o m"ln l clip• or •ll•le11. Do wn" s t icks nud co rn e r brackets ever put on
Thu adJu•tlllcllt h ohli1ln e<t hy 11lldl ng rApti, pllrlly eoncc11lcd In the market . An y one with hamme r and saw ran
llie 1u11 anti l>otlum mlb. now n111kc thl!lr o wn window Fcreeus. The
Thia llf'rt•«> n t•r<.'14.·111• pc r!('('ll)' dl'all f111•L.., and I~ poalUvely tho longuell on the s1 lcks ~ lid e fu to th e wood corn er
b .. 11 l0<>kln1t arrnen yot ! bracket.~. mnking a Hro n g fram e. Pl ease remem-
t:vrry ~cn·• ·n a•IJ n•l• frt• <•ly amt eully. ber that thc•se frames can be r ed u ced to any s ize
l'a lnt•.11 1 •h'tll b111tl lni:' 011 the luncr t·<lgcll of wire doth. wa n tell, With an ordina ry h an d ~aw. Net prices
~·I.- 111•1 b<-t...,.hwoocl, ••llc.J.
111..-11 wlro rlnlh. per frnmc, comple1e, Inclu d ing mouldings to
(l•r•-.·11 Wllll rl11lh f!lrul•he•I without 1•i1r11 rhnri:c II ~o •pedfll'•I.) cover the wire cloth n ud s lide s ticks, wire cloth
no t luelnded.
:Sn
:o;o llltlll f'INltl> (Jl•J:'I 1•111n: ~ l'ECL\ f, :\OTICI-: ! Soft wood
l11Cla t'fl )U('h~'t fml, · Jo:.A<"ll Wldlh II eight s tained
:So. Inches Inches i mitation Oak oiled
21'> I'> ,,., !0.17 The l'ca •e nd imtable win-
....
,,.., ·~
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walnut
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do7.cn of one 11!.te nnd k ind 23
46 36 4:! 17 24.
in n bol: crate, nud there will 4i 4:! 4:! 18 25
:1 .n 48 36 4R 18 . 25
.31 he an nclditionnl chnrgc of 49 48 48 20 27
~I !l.1 I:.?~ ct A for l'nr;-h and ever." SI 36 s~ 24 31
'l -~ crate tha t we nre compcllcil SP ECIAL NOTICE! The Pease Improved win-
to brcnk In filllu~ you r order. dow ~cret·n frameH are packed two dozen sets of
.a1 oue xlzc and kind i n a c rate (with the exception
J IJ .19 This chnri.:c, of course, in- of :So. 114, one dozen w ith out slide sticks!, and·
lh <'re will be an extra cha rge o f 1 2~~ c ts. for each
Jtl H cludes Lhe co~t of rc·crnliug. 11n<l c\"<'rycralcwcarccompclkd tobrt'11 k In fillin g yonr order. ThL~ charge Includes thl'l cost of r e c rating
THE PEAS E C O. , CINC INNATI, OHI O , U .S. A .

Referring to our elegant line o f C u sTol\1 M A DE Sc reens, beg to state that, u n -


less otherwise specified, we use the very best 12 m e sh, black wi r e cloth that
C usto m M ada
money ca ~ buy. \V e will first introduce our S c reen D o o rs
Sliding Window Screen No. 9.

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INSIDE VIEW,
This screen is plain, but smooth and well made from the
very best materials-the same that we use in our highest grade
work. The frames are of White Pine (tk inch thick), painted one
coat dark green, best lead and oil paint. Hand hole lifts,
hrass plated flat steel springs, screen11 numbered with brass , screen Door No. 12.
numbered tacks for frame and sill with all slide strips, complete, Painted one coat dark green.
ready to set in building, per square foot, 10 cents; above screen Yellow· Pine.
in the white (unfinished), per square foot, 9 cents. ~ ,x 3M in. Stiles, 9 cts. per sq. ft
No screen priced at less than four square feet. l~x2~in.Stiles, 10" " "
Stationary screens same prices. White Piue. Screen Door No, 18.
\Ve next call your attention to our 1Ys x2% in. Stiles, 11 ets. per ~q. ft l Ys x 2% Stiles.
Sliding Window Screen No. 1 O as Shown Below.

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No. 10 Screen from the Inside. No. 10 Screen from the Outside.
This window screen, No. 10, designates our very highest grade of work
and indicates a type of frame in which the inner edges are beautifully moulded
or carved. The frames are Ys inch thick and slide up and down on oiled hard-
wooa guides, reaching to the top of the window. The guides are bored to
prevent splitting in nailing to the window stops. The screen is held in place
bv brass-plated, flat, llteel springs in the groove a t th e edge. Pus hing the
s~reen to one side as shown in the sectional cut b elow, it is easily removed
from the guide strips. The springs also hold the screen at any d esired eleva-
tion. Hand holes are cut in the frames (metal li fts work loose ). Each screen
has a brass disc bearing its number in black, and duplicate is fu rnish ed for the
window sill. The moulding covering the wire cloth is usually put on the Screen Doo r No. I4, Scre e n Door No. 1 11.
surface of the frame, but when so specified, can. be sunk in the frame with a 1% x 2% in. Stiles. l~ri x 2~ in. Stiles.
amall mould at no additional charge. NET PRIC ES P ER S Q UARE FO OT FO R Nos. 13, 14 OR 111
NET PRICES PER SQUARE FOOT FOR N o. 10 WINDOW SCREEN. SCREEN DOORS.
(Sliding or Stationary.)
No window screen priced at less than four square feet. 3 C oAT FIN ISH, \ Vhite or Yello w Pine, pai n ted or natu r al
fini sh, 14 cents.
3 COAT FINISH, White or Yellow Pine, painted or nat ural finish, 12 cents 3 C oAT FI NISH, Pl ai n O ak, n atural finish, va rn is hed , 18
3 " " Piain Oak, natural finish , varnished, 16 " cents.
For 2 CoAT FINISH deduct 1 cent per square foot. If unfini shPd -(in the F or price s on hardware see ot he r pages 01 this catalogue.
white), deduct 2 cents per square foot. See other pages of catal og ue for ha rd-
ware. \Ve will send samples of and quote prices on any special wo ods, finishes,
wire cloth or hardware, not shown or shown herein, upon request. W E CRATE A LL CUSTOM MADE SCREENS rN B OXES
T O A V O I D A LL DANGER OF DAMAGE IN T RAN SIT
Sectional Cut of Nos.
9 a nd 10 Slidi ng AN D T O I N SU R E S AFE DELIVERY.
Window Scre e n.

DIRECTIONS FOR ORD ER ING DO O R O R W INDOW S CREENS-Al ways


give width first. Give "full" measu rem·e n ts (we make all allowances for slid es, e tc.)
If any window screens a r e t o be st a tio na ry, please so d esig nate them. St a te kind of
finish desired; if painted , what colo r ? Give thickness of doors. W R ITE P L A I N L Y
'l'JIE P EASE CO., Cl:\CINNA'I' I , 01110, U.S. A .

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1'1: .~· 1. 1.1 . u 1·.·ro-cs1 : l'AJ.ST. )fllY 'YE .AUE ABLE TO OFFEU THE BESi1· P .A.INT
Cincinnati , Ohio.
p ,.. 1 na ti , Ohio . EVER MADE, AT LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN
.. . 1a \'e gin:n vo ur ready-to-we
1 .. n• . ug h trial ai11l 111us t say t hat i t
1 ricr !' !Jrtlier aud looks ~ tter tha n an y
" I r l • \o•r tril·J . ll avin~ had 18 ye1U"S ex- A Strictly High-Grade Mixed Paint at 85 to 98 cents per gallon.
r .:• I .aiuly ttm qualitil·tl to speak. You r
._ ....-; .ts 1•er gallon is \'l'ry ch•!UI•· L·onsidl'r· It is absolutely necessary for e\·ery concern in this line of b~siness to sell some ~m~ article
tl1l' htg:.. •1ualily o f the / 'ttint and its trelll('ll- of especial merit at practically cost price, as a permanent ad\'~ r t1semi;nt. After bmldtng our
...i C"O \'cring ea puri ty a nd lia\'c decid ed to d i ~- large paint facton•, \1'e·determ111ed to produce the best ready n11xed pa111t e\·er kno'.'·n, and sell
1 tinm· b uy ing wh ite kad und lin ~d oil , and
it at priecs that ~uld enable us to db;(Jose of thowands ?f gallon s all ove,r the Umted States;
1 xi n1; m y o wn pa int in futu re, as I fi nd tl1 ut I be lieving that the resulting kintl words and recommendations from our gratified customer:; wo~ld
•'llll Ma\' e 111on1~ y a nd gh·e Letter !ialisiul·tion by
not only prO\·e a lasting a1h'ertisenwnt fo r this company, but would ~e the means of d1spos111g
Luy ing \'o ur p11i11 t. of perhaps hundre1ls of thousands of dollars worth o.f oth_er merchandise as. well. How well we
· \ ' erytru ly, hu\'C succeeded is shown by the thousands of testrmomals we have received and our greatly
Bo.1. 8!Ji. JO ll:S l.E\\'IS. inrreased bwine~-far Leyond our most sanguine expec tations. '
( 'uH•r• Do ubl (' l he SnrlnN• of Any Ofh (' r , Write for our Folder on Practical Paintin;--Mailed Free.
OswC'go, Kansas. OUR RE.t.DV-TO- USE l'UUE 'llXJ;D l'AIXT, THE HIGHF.ST GRADE HXOWX.
The Pease C,1, 1 Cinei nnat-i, Ohio. Made in our own factory, this high grade, ready mixed house paint at 81> to 98 cents per
Uentlemen: 1 11111 nu experi e nced hou~e paiutC'r gallon. WE GUAllAXTEE the equal of any other paint selling from $1.25 to $1.75 per gallon.
of 111an\' \"cars stand ing unol htt\'e L<mght u11d Usl·d :\fade from pure white lead and zinc , with neces-
house j.a1 n l8 costing WI hii;h us $1.75 per gallon. sary coloring pigments , which are purchased direct
Three yeuni ago a custo mer of mine bought 15 -the very best raw material that money can
gallons of your ready-to-use pa int and insisted buy. This paint does not contain whiting, barytes
upon 1:w u~ing it on his house against my protest, or any other adulterations. It is ground and
us I km·\v it was u lo w priced pain t a nd I always did thinned in pure linseed oil with enough turpen-
Lelie \'e in pu yin~ a good prit:e fu r a g11od article. tine and dryer to insure proper working and dry-
\\'ell, ge11tler11en I must sa \' that the results were ing qualities. Thecolorsarestrongand permanent-
bUrprhiing to me. I low in the \\'11rld you can 11111n u- the tints, clea r and bright. It is very heavy in body
fact urc a nd se ll a paint like this form~ cents 11 gal- and possesses exceptional covering qualities. One
lon I do not st•e. It co\·ers dou ble the surface of gallon applied on a surface in fair condition, will
any o ther, and I noticed th e house a few day ago ands cover 300 square feet, Two COATS, and will pro-
it looked ju11t B.!l good as it il id the day I finishPd duce results equal to those obtained from strictly
t he j ob anti I find your paint holds up in quality pure white lead and linseed oil or any other ruixed
IC! I hll\'c IJcl'll Lnying it e\'er since us you know.
paint made.
Y o urs t ruly, C INCI ~ N ATI IS CONSIDERED ONE OF
FICA:-01{ LOII~llLJ.ER
THE LEADING ART CENTERS OF THIS
l'eaNe Jl('ndy·'l'o-CNe l'nlnt " 'J'r1ule \\' Inner.
COUNTRY , and to assist you in malting i>roper
selections o f colors t o produce most attract ive
Crittenden, Ky. results, we have secured the services of one of our
Th e Pease Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. best known artist-decorators (Mr. Raphael Pedretti,
Uc nt lc m en: I rcpard \'our ready·t()-Use hom1e of F. Pedretti's Sons), who has made up the best
•aiu t a trade winner. ( fur1 11 •·rl y handled the
laigh p riced pa int!! and two years ugo was iu duceol
to lay in 11 srock o f your paint. ::iince then my
combinations of house colorings, all of which
a re tastefully displayed in OUR ELEGANT
F 0 L DER, containing additional testimonials
pai nt sales h11 \'c nearly tripled. I arn now making
up my 11 pri11~ stocking up order and will forward
and F J, L .A. N D u
0 M LET E D IRE
T 10 :\ S for ordering and using the PEASE READY-TO-USE P URE MIXED PAINT; copy of
c r c-
it to yo u i 11 u few days time. Your attractive PRACTICAL PAINTING will be mailed to you FREE OF CHARGE, POSTAGE PREP AID,
laLels ull!O m ake the goo1ls look fine on my lloor. upon request. \\'RITE US TODAY.
Very rl'spcctfully,
s. M. SlllTII .
Ord('r• 1000 Gnl lunN. oun IllXDJN'G •'l\'E YJ;ARS' GUARANTEE.
Ronll', Ga. \Vi th every gallon of P EASE READ'\'-TO-USE MIXED HOUSE p AINT we issue a binding
The Pe;1.!le Co., Cindnnati, Ohio. fh·e years' guaran tee, by the terms and conditions of which we guarante e our faint to be
Gent h·111en: After handling your paints for the highest grade ready mixed paint made, re~ardless of price; and that it ";J not chalk,
se \'nal yea rs, we are free to confc!!8 that the)' gi\'e crack, peel off, rub or blister. W e guaran tee 1t will au here to wood, tin, iron, galvanized
t.ettcr reimlt~ to the CUlllOlllCr than many Of the SO iron, stone, tile, cement or plaster; in short, we guarantee it s uperior to any other paint
cu lled l ii~h 1•riccd paints, besides sa\·ing the !lealer made, and to wear fi\'e years when properly applied, providing all linseed oil added to
at len.!lt 27 ce nts per gullon. Ent1·r our order for same has been purchased from us, as the m arket is ftooded with adulterated oils, which
1000 gullons more aml we will 11cnd Hpecili~rtions whe n mixed with any pain t will lessen the life of same.
covering 11u111e within u f•' W da ys.
Yours trul\' ,
r )' .S 1-:11.1. M F'o. Co. 1• .. 1tac lt('ftdy·to-l 'M(' J'nre MlxNI l'Rh1t-1•ot np In ~orty·Fh·e AttrnNh·e Shl\des.
2 l.11,·en1ler. 2 1 ~l edi um Yellow. 35 Dark Brown.
11 .... 1 .'1 1,NI J'nl nl -""d ... 4 Lifiht Brown. 12 Golden Oli\·e. 37 Pea Green.
;\)11ri11 n, Ohio. 5 LI llC. :.?0 Light Drab. 38 Apple Green.
Thn l 'l'I•~· ('o., ( 'irwlnnati. Ohio. 7 French Gray. :.!3 Light Tan. *39 \'ermillion.
ficnth•1111• 11 . I l11·lit•\'1• I ha\·1• 11!14'•1 n 1·11 rh· l'\'cry 8 l'ure Gray. 21 Terra Cotta. 40 Willow Green.
111Lt1·tl l11ai11t in thi ~ co11111ry an d a fter 11 Ciur lt·st 10 l'ana~f !!.=) Oriental Red. 41 Green Stone.
I r 11nsi• er yo ur rl'aol y· to· llHc paint the b1>.Ht 111ixcd 3 P11le li\'e. 27 Azllre Blue. 42 Brown Stone.
p11l 11t 11111tl1·, It c•J\'1•rs 11 lurg•• amount of surface (j <:rn11it 1• C:ray. :.!8 I'earl. *43 Shutter Green.
11111 th•· !'olu r:1 11ro lim•. 9 <'itro11 . :!'J ~ih·er Grav. *45 Bronze Green.
l:•'llf•l'CI hr lJy, II Olh·e l>rab. 31 Light Storie. 46 Green Tint.
\\'A 1.-n :n B. 1'1rn:n.-.. ),') Rant! S w nc. 32 l•'11 wi1. 47 Outsid e White (Gloss)
Ill )\'on'. :m :-;:il111 on. 48 Inside Whitet(Flat).
Jlnrr"h for l'c•n11f' Jl f'ody·lo-( ' 11,. l 'nl nl . 17 l'ule' Itose. 3-1 f'1 .... 1 Gray. 49 Black.
J 1•1I1·n1on vi I h·, I 11cl.
18 l' ren m. 2t; :"ll11ror•11. 50 Priming Color.
T t ... l'Pll'll' r .. . ('irwl1111nti . Oh io>. rn ~ trn w. 3fi nark Blue. *51 Cherry Red.
01•11 f'I I INI\' hnrmh f.,r 1 )11• l'•·u~· · r• ·11<h··to-1111t• S•· I l'r lc-('• for I'•'""'' ltf'1uly 10-l!"e l'nr(' :tfliu•d J'nlnt ns AhtH'('.
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f•Bllll. 111,...••l. °!:1g11l11111 -t 11ll l 11 \' rl'lliol1•1we n111l th!' 1 Quu r t <'111111.. . ............ ... . 28c. JO <:allon Kegs, per gallon ................. 93c.
r•'llu lt 11 nr• ""imrh· tine." Th f:-1 jot. a lollf· l11L" 1<oltl :! l,! uart C'111114 ......... .. ........... .. ...... . 03r . :.!.5 Gu lion H alf Barrels, per gallon .... . 88c.
voo 1 h 1111oln·d 11 ~11!11111 '1 h•'l'1'. I ~11\'1•.J 11\"1 r f.l 'i ,IMl, l I iullnn C'11n!4 1 p1•r CHll.. .. ... ... .. :... ... 98c. 50 lral1011 Barrels .......................... .... 81>c.
K •·•·1 • 1111 l'd1t1 1..: tl11• 1•a l11r tr11i< l anti you will liC' r, ll nllom HuckNs. J••·r gallon .. ...... .. 90l'.
"11ruly r• nr1l1 I. Youl'!l tru ly,
K 1•, LOB~ITl.. .\II ( 'ri lor" :tlnrl"•d nl lh n ~ln r nrc• St'"('lnl JJl "h Pr!('(' Colorlil, as Follow1n
1 Ga llon. 2 Quarts. 1 Quart.
H h .-11 n ('lf•nr , Drf't' C'olor. s~ • ~l' EC I.\ I. COi .O H~ • 4:1 l:\hu tter r.rcen ... ..... . .. .................. $1.30
$0. 70 $0.40
l:1ll'lw21tl'r, :\ Y. •1r; lll'1 111z<' • ~n ·c n ........ ............ ..... .......... 1.30
.70 .40
1111 "'• ,. r·.... <'lurl111111ti. Ohio. •'!!I V1•r111illion ......... .............. .. .. .. ... .... 1.80 .91> .l>O
ll1·11t ne11. ll 11\'i111-: ~ h-. n y1111r l'f'n.,I' n.•noly -to- •:11 Cherry H1·d ......... ......... ...... .. .. .. . ..... 1.80 .91> .00
1 •' l•R1 1t 11 t boro11i.:h t n.1 ), I nm l'repar1·tl lo aay !'n. r.o i1 11 !'riming or first coa t co lor, parti ruln rly 1ulapted for first coat on new work
rl nt 111 \ e f'1 murr • 11rr1w1~ tha n i'll\' uth•·r 111IX1·•l where the ub.'lorption iB grC!lt. Save money Ly using it .
1 l, r.•Tl'!I n clc•nr. 1k1·p col11r.,1111rl 111 .•·Mily m uch
I,.,l',.r l 1n (l r<llnnry mix':'! pn_1 nt:1 . . \ ('~Y. l:1•1r, s.-e Che wond(•rfnl r olor conabi na lions l•y Mr. Raphael Pedretti,
II< x .111 1.111\l'. HT !-. . l.1!'<111, In our folclf'r, Prartfral J>alnlinJ:: Mall e d free.
'l'llE PEASE CO., CINCIN NA 'l'I , 0 1110, U . S. A .

Pea se Re ady - to - use Pea se Ready- t o -use Pease Cold Wate r Paint.
Floor Paint. Wag on a n d I mple- Only requires mixrng wi~h cold water, Sanitary,
Prepa re d fro m ou r own s pecial
ment Paint. fireproof. A dry powder. In wlute and various
colors. A cold wate r p:unt for t he interior parntinc-
f o rm u la , a n d by o ur own m a chin · M ad e to p re se r ve your wa~ons, of residences, and on account of its sanitary nature
e ry. ' Vill g o furth e r t h a n any implem e nt s, etc. , fro m r avages of and fireproo f qualitu:s it is acir.urably adapted for
o th e r, AN D DR Y H ARD OVE R the weath e r. One co a t will pro- the i_ntenor 11a1nt111g- of fartoric s, warehous.:s, docks,
NI G H T. F U L L D IH ECT IO NS d u ce a varnish g loss on o l d work, public bu1ld111gs, breweries, stables, air shafts and
FO R A PPL Yl ::-JG W l TII EA C H O n s tric tly n ew w or k two coats court yards, and can be applied on sanrl fin ish ed
CAN. I N F OLLOWIN G COL- a rc r equire d, T HE CO LOR ~ walls, stone, brick or an y so lid surface. The a\'erage
O R S: AR E P E Hl\I ANEN T AND CO\'ering power of this paint is from 20 to 80 square
100-Gray. 10'. ?-Sl a te. • WI LL N O T F AD E. feet to the l'?und, according to the surface to h<'
JO.I-O ak Brown. 107- 0live G re e n . pa intecl. FULL DIR ECTIONS WITil EACH
103-0rieut a l Y e llow . 105- T e r ra C otta. P A CKAGE,
COLORS .
106-Che r ry R ed. • 108-l\I a roo n .
132-Blu c. 13t- Y e ll ow. I 35-Rri g ht R ed. P E A SE CO L D WATER PAIN T P R ICE LIST.
Put up in ga ll o u , h a l f-ga ll on a n d quart can s at 136-Gree n. 137-M aroon . 138- B lack. 400 1:,. I00-50-25 5 lb.
t he fo llow ing s peci a l price s : • bbls., lb, kegs, P" ckagc,
STRICTLY NET PRICES. per lb, pe r lb. p!!r I b.
'V rite for free fo ld er N o. IO ' V h itc .. ........ .. 5c. 6i:: . 7c.

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I -Q!i a rt C ans ........ .... $ ZR PRA CTICA L P A INT - One-Quart C a n s ............... .......... . .. .......... ...... .... ..S 45 No. 20 S l a te .... ....... ... . 7c. 8c. 9c.
Ilalf-G a llon C a n s..... 53 I NG, c onl ai n ing col or
I- Gal10 11 Cans......... 98 c_a rds and oth e r inform a- b~ve~G~i~C:-~ g~~~::::::::::::::::::::·::::::::::::::·.:·.:::::::::::·. I ~g N o. 30 Bu ff ............... .. 7c. 8c. 9c.
t 10n. ~~: ~g ~~11~aa;~·~·~::::· 7c. 'ic. 8c.
8c.
9c.
9c.
No. 60 R ed ...... ........ . ic. Be. 9c.
Pease Ready-to-use Oil Stains. No . 70 Dark Grey .... .. ic. 8c. 9c.
Pease Ready-to - use No, 80 D a rk Blne .... .. 7c. 8c. 9c.
Correct imitations of n atura l woods: LIGH T No. 90 Ligh t Blue: .. .. 7c. 8c . 9c.
Roof and Barn Paint. OAK, DARK OAK. GOLDEN OAK, CHERRY, N o, 100 P i n k ............ .. 7c. 8c. 9c.
ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY, WALNUT A ND 1' o . I 20 Bhn d Gre~ n .. lOc. 11c. 12c.
Especially adapted for roofs 1
barns, fen ces, w a rehouses an a ORIENTAL GREEN . These stains mu st be a p-
other places wh e re a medium plie d to the wood after being- s a nded and b e fore an y
other finish or varnish is applied. Free direction s
Pease Sanitary Calcim i ne.
priced linseed oil paint is re-
quired. WE GUARANTEE for a pplying on each can. D u rable cold water wall fi n is h ; absolu t ely
THIS PAINT TO BE ABSO- healthful ; mixe d wit h cold water 11nly; will n ot
LUTELY WAT ER PROOF. Half-Pint Cans...................... .. ........................... S 17 r ub off; can not fa de , M ade in 12 colors and w h ite.
Colors are: One-Pint Cans. .. ............................................ ...... 24 Th e S a nitary \ Vall Fini sh i s r e a d y fo r u se w h e n it is
One-Qu a rt Can s.................................... .. .. .... ...... 43 m ix ed wit h cold w ater an d i s unequ a led for plain or
50-Gray. 25I-Slate. 252-Red, Half-Gallon Cans................... ............ .. ..... .. ........ 77 h ig h c lass d ecor a tive work o n w a lls and ceilings.
53-~Ia roon. 254-Brown. 256-Black One-Gallon Can s .......... .. . ... .... .... .. ....... ......... ...... 1 40 1t covers we ll , a n d o ne c o a t w ill b e generall y found
sufficient. It c a n be recoated a t any time wh e n n e c-
essa ry. It form s a d u r a b le co a ting w h ich w ill n ot
NOTE THESE PRICES. decay , pee l aw ay or rub off wh en a pplied t o a &olid
I-Gallon Cans, Per G a llon .................... : .............. .$ 65
Pease Ready-to - use ~ u rfac e . One pound properly mixed a nd appli e d ,
5 or IO-Gallon Kits, P e r Gall o n............................. 60 Graphite-Creosote co \' e rs from 60 to 100 square fee t, accord ing t o t he
su rfac e
25-Gallon Half-Barrels, Per G a llon..................... 55 Paint In ordering be sure t o give n umb e r or c olor .
50-Gallon Barrels, per gallon............................. .. 50
Is m a nufactured from the best N o. 100 Whi te. N o. 106 Fre n ch Gray.
known Graphite and is the mo ~t N o. lOI P earl. No. 167 C rea m,
Pease Ready-to-use Porch Paint. dur a ble p a i.nt for tin r oofs, iron or N o. 102 Pink. N o. 108 L a \'ender.
wooden bridges, shin g le s, f e lt or N o. I03 Lil a c. No. 109 R u ff.
Best that money can buy . Especially adapted canvas roofs, grain elevators, etc, N o. 104 Nile Green. N o . 110 L ight Sto ne .
for p a inting old porches or ve r a nd a s, o r outside steps, STRICTLY FI RE AND No. 105 S t raw. N o . 11I Blue T in t.
where a strong, durable paint is required. Will WATER PROOF. NOT AF- N o . 112 C a n ary.
cover cement, stone or tin just as perfectly as it will FECTED BY HEAT, COLD, SALT AIR OR
~~!!~ p~~~ 1~~·p~~k:~~:::.::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: ::::::$ ~~
wood, ACIDS. Especiallv recommende d for surfaces 5
UNDER WATER OR GROUND such as posts
COLORS. and timbers.
450-Cement. 45I-L1ght Gray. 452-Dark Gra y. COLORS. Pease Floor Wax.
453-Light Brown. 456-Red Slate .
I-Q!iart Cans ................. ... ........ . .... .... ............. .. .... $ 2S
150--Natural Graphite.
153-0liv'e G r e e n,
I 51-Slate. 152-Red,
I54-Brown. ~bt1a'i~t!dgo:fli~~:sn~h~~ s~s1~an o~~
2-Quart Cans........ ...... .. .. .. ............................... ... ... 53 pre pa r ed fl oo r w ax . It is per~ctly
I-Gallon Cans, Per Gallon .......................... .. ~.. ..... 98 transpare nt a n d w i ll not chan ge
OUR PRICES. th e co lo r of woo d , Dirt an d dust
1-Ga llon Can s:'p er g'allon ............ ...... ........... . ...... $ 70 will n ot stick to floors w ax e d with
Pease Ready-to- use 5-Gallon Buckets, per gallon .......................... . i .•u 65 th e Fl oor ' Va x . One pou n d wil l
co ver abou t 300 sq u a re f e et. D i -
Varnish Stains · 25-Gallon Half B a rrels, per gallo n ......... .. .... ........ 58
Tections are simpl e a n d p lainly
50-Gallon B a rrel s , per gallon.......... ............... ....... 53
p rinte d o n ever y c a n . Pu t up in
Are composed of permanent col- I-pound can s . P e r pound , 35c.
ors, combin e d with a hard drying
varnish, with which ANY PER- Pease Ready-to-use Gloss Pease Ready- to- use Shi ngl e
SON CAN STAIN AND VAR·
NISH WITH ONE APPLICA- Enamel. Stain an d P rese r ver.
TION all kinds of household fur-
niture, mantels, screens, wicker This enamel produces a beautiful luster on These s t a i ns a re th e very best t h at c a n b e mede
ware, etc., 'VILL MAKE AN w ooden or plaste red w a lls, a nd is easily clean ed, It
OLD FLOOR LOOK LIKE MODERN HARD comes in fift e en shad e s a s foll o ws: Pe a rl, lil{ht sl a t e , COLORS.
WOOD. cre a m. apple green, p ea gree n, nile gre en, light blue, R e d. Moss Gree n . Brown. Slate . Black.
dark blue, la vend e r, p ink, lil a c, carmine, w hite, ivo ry
COLORS. and black. . P rice, 1-G a ll on Cans, per gallon .......................... $ GO
Pri ce , 5-Gallon J ack ct Cans, per gallo n ... .. ......... 55
281-Cherry. 203-Light Oak. 204-Golden Oak. Price, 25-Gall on Barrels, pe r gallon..................... 50
205-'Valnut, 206-Mah ogany ,
208-Ebo ny l:llack.
207-Rose 'Vood ,
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One-Pint Cans........
One-Quart Can s ... .. .
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OVR PRICES.
COLOR CARDS d is-
pl ay ed i n our fol der
PRACTICAL PRINT-
Price, I-G a ll on C a n .... .. .......... ..... .................. ...... 1 ~8 P ease Ready-to -u se Radi ator
En amel.
E specially recommended f or rad iators, steam
Half-Gallon Can s... 77 ING mailed free upon
Pease Ready-to-use Decorative pipes, and other steam healed surfaces, Dries wit h
a fine g lossy finish.
One-Gallon Cans... 1 40 request. Enamel. COLOR S.
Can be ap plie d by an y one on an y th i ng' an d everv- Gallon. Q uart. Pint.
?.Iaroon ................. ........ SI 05 $ 30 $ 18
Pease Ready-to - use thing; furnitu r e, i ro n b eds, sh e lves. w icker w ork,
b ab y carri ages, cl ock s, etc. O n e ~-pint ca n is suffi- Bronze Green ................ . 1 25 15 20
Carriage Paint. ci e nt fo r ordinary bedst ead. 'Vhen o rdering b e s u re Pea Green ..................... 1 25 35 20
t o m e ntion wh ich o f foll owi n g co lo r s a re wanted : Terra Cotta ............... ..... I 25 35 20
Are made from the very best ma- 'Y'htte , li gh t blue , pin k. yell ow. li g'ht l{r een, ver mi l- Aluminum ................ .... . 2 60 75 4;;
terials th a t m o ne y ca n buy, a nd hon, r ed, bro wn, m a roon . chrom e gree n o r black. Gold ......................... ....... oi 00 1 l ;j 60
surpass any other on the m a rke t
for color, beauty of finish an d Price , X -Pi n t C :m .............................................. $ 20
DURABILITY. One coat of this Price, 1-Pint Can ................................................. 35 Reme mber lh at we will sen d you
paint will m a ke an old buggy
shine like new.
FREE OF CHARGE
COLORS. j!. Peaee Ready-to-u se Wi r e Sc r een POSTAGE PREPAID
2•0-Carmine. 242-Coach Y e llow . E n~m e l.
24I-Hoyal Blue. 243-Vermillion. O ur elegant folder on PRACTICAL P A I N T ING,
• 2-15-Coach Green. 246-'Vrne Colo r. Does not cl og me sh es o f screens. Gi\'es bri l liant showing many of our leading paints i n all of
- · 247-Ivory Black, a nd l a sting fini sh. C o m es in t wo colors. g reen and
,,, b l ack, their brilliant colors; tells you how to o rder:
• SPECIAL NET PRICES.
when and how to a pply , and gt\'e s lots of "alu-

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able inf orma tion. J ust drop us a post a l card for
1-Quart Cans ........................ ..: .. . ..... ...... ........ .. ..... .$ 50 quick re sults.
1-Pint Cans ...................... : .......... .. ....................... 30
Half-Pint Cans .. ........ .. ................ ................... ~. ..... 20 K indly state colo r wanted in orderin~,
'l.'llE PE ASE CO., CINCI1'!.NA'l'I, OHIO., U. S. A.

LlnsEs ed Oil
R •her ra \\· or b·1ilt>J, should only be used when · Wonderful Pease Varnish Deparment.
!"1 KJL'TLY PORE. W' ha ndle only the best pure, Spe<'ial attention is called to
ur11<:ulterated oil~. r.n d will quote lowest golug Cleaner. I' 1 our va rnishes, which are made
me.rket 1•rlce11 nron r ...~iuest. Always state how mauy
i;11ollow. )"OU req u i r'
Whi te Lead.
\\"1: con~tantly ca rry the followin~ well-known
brau.Js of wlli to lead, all of which will give entire
Mtl~factl ou.
.- A Household
Necessity i
For cleaning in a thorough
r PtAS£
VARNIS11ES
N'H
by one of thtl best varnish menu·
facturers in the United States,
and if the same varnishes were
put out under the factory labels,
you would be paying from 50c
to Sl.50 per gallon more than we
are asking.
MARD
Omo V ALLEY, a special grade of surprising quality, OIL
11 kegs of 12~, 25, 50 or 100 lhs., per lh ............. 4~c manner, easily a nd quickly, any·
Q Eli..1' QUALlTY, a guara nteed white lead in kegs of
l:!X , 25, 6-0 and-100 lbs., per lh., ........................... .. 5c
EA GLE, ANCHOR, ECKSTEIN OR DA \'IS pure white lead
Ju oil, at lowest market price upon application.
. -- thing and everything around the
house 11.5 shown below.
FINtSH
THE PEASE CO.
CtNCtNNAT 1
0Ht0.U•S·A .
Pease No. t Hard 011
. Finish.
Splendidly adapted for gen·
eral iu terior wood work. Is pale,
For Cleaning Varnished, Painted .o r free flowing, durable, and pos·
Peas e Pure F ren c h Ochre In 0 11.
other Woodwork, Enameled . · sesses a full and substantial
For prlmiug purposes, In 12X, 25 or IOO·lh. kegs. body. Dries free from dust in 2 to 3 hours.
Our price per lb., .... ................................ ................ 4c Surfaces, etc. 5 GallollB 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Pease E nglish V Anetlan Red I n Oil. To one portion of Peau Cleaner add two to four $4. 75 Sl,06 68c 86c 20c
parts of water. Apply the Cleaner thus diluted to
Especially adapted fo r paiuting brick buildings, the surface to be cleaned with a cloth or sponge. Pease Extra Light Hard Oil Finish.
!n 12~, 25 or 10().lb. kegs, per lh., ... ............... " ......... 4c Rub th e work lightly, then wipe it oft with a damp
cloth or sponge. This wlll remove all dirt easily and E.-:ipecially designed for finishing all kinds of
Pease Pure Wh ite Ochre In Oil . natural wood surfaces where the grain end color ere
quickly. A little rubbing with a soft, dry cloth will
u~ed principally 8S a primer, but will make a fair to he preserved. Works freely and dries In about 24
r estore the polish.
paint when mixed with white lead and oil. 12~, 25, hours with en elegaut gloss. Thie materiel may also
ff.I aud 100 lb. kegs. Price per pound,. .................... 4c be used with marked satisfaction on wainscoting,
For Cleaning and Polishing Cold and bs~ehoards end Inside doors.
IPea3e Pu re Zinc In O il. Sliver, Jewelry, Articles of Tin, 5 Gallons 1 G11llon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Green Seal ¥reach , 12X end 2.5 lb. eans per lb., 12X c Brase, Bicycles, etc. $6.00 $1.30 76c 42c 28c
Oreeu Seal Frenchhl to 5-lh. cans, per ih., ........... 15c
American Snow W ite, 12X and 2i>·lb. cans, per lb., 7c With a reg, chamois skin, or soft brush rub Pease Furniture Varnish.
Cleaner over the article~. using no water. Rub dry,
Pease Pure Glaziers' Putty. and polish with a soft cloth. This gives a beautiful This varnish may be used to brighten up wom
In IO·lb. hlsdders or 25 or 50-lb. cans, per lb., ...... 2 ~c polish with little labor. Be careful not to use a stiff and lusterless furniture of every description. It
In barrels (about 300 lbs.,) per lb., ...................... 1%c brush or harsh chamois skin, es this may scratch. dries over night and imparts a fine gloss finish. For
Pease Cleaner can not scratch even the most deficate general repair work in the household on articles
Olazlers' Pointe. suface. in daily use that must be finished hurriedly, this
materiel is recommended.
5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
For Cleaning Mirrors, Windows, $4.00 90c 66c 82c 18c
Glassware, Tiles, Marble, etc.
To one portion of P ecue Cleaner add two to four Pease Cabinet Finish.
parts of water. Appl y the Cleaner thus diluted to This varnish is designed for highest grade interior
Zinc GJsziers' Points for fastening glass in sash; the article to he cleaned, e nd allow It to become dry. woodwork that is to be ruhhed aud polished; also
put up in ~-lh. papers, price per paper,. ...... .......... 3c Then rub off with a dry soft cloth, which will pw· gives a beautiful finish w~n left in the gloss. Is
duce a brilliant polish. Dishweshing ts made ee.ay exceptionally rich and lustrous and on account of
Pease Colors In Oil. by adding one or two tablespoousful of the Cleaner its elasticity Is extremely durable. Dries dust-free
to the dish-water. in from 3 to4 hours and sufficiently herd for ruhbiug
For tinting paints, ground in in 60 hours.
pure linseed oil. All strong, d ur· Fo r Cleaning Carpets, Rugs, 5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~Gallon Quart Pint
able colors. $7.00 $1.60 86c 47c 26c
and other Fabrics.
I, 2 and 5-lb. Dilute the Cleaner with from two to four parts of Pease Interior Varnish.
ca us. water. The rug or carpet should first be thoroughly
swept or beaten to free it from dust. Scrub the A high grade varnish, especially aaapted for first
.. . _ Bl<OWNS. "l'rice per lb. class interior woodwork finishing and fine furniture.
Raw end Burnt Umher,. .. .. ............ .. ....... ... ....... $0.12 carpet or rug with the diluted Cleaner, using an This varnish is of substantial body, light ln color
Raw and Burnt Sienna,............... ... .. ............. 11 ordinary scrubhing·brush, then srrape off the sur- aud works with great freedom. It gives a lasting
Vandyke Brown, ............................................... 12 fn.ce with any blunt wooden or metal scraper, and and elegant finish and dries in from 10 to 12 hours
BLUES. wipe off well with a cloth or sponge, dampened in 5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Prussian Blue, ...... .... . ....................................... 86 warm water. Lace curtains and other fine fabrics
may he washed In tbe d iluted Cleaner, then rinsed $6.00 $1.10 66C 37C 200
Ultramnrtne Blue, .......................................... 17 In clean, soft water, and allowed to dry.
Cobalt Blue,.................................. ............ .. ........ 2e Pease Outside Spar Varnish.
BLACKS.
Pease Cleaner Cleans For finishing ell kinds of exposed surfaces, sur.h

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Drop Black, ...................................................... ..
16
14
13
12
Everything-Injures Nothing.
Net Prices-Pease Cleaner.
as outside doors, vestibules and store frouts. It is
also especially recommended for finishing Inside
hli nde and the woodwork. in hath rooms end on
siuks, where a very elastic aad durable varnish
GREENS. 6-ounce cans. each ..................................... ........ $0.10 should be employed.
Shutter Green,............ .... .. ..... ............................ 16 l·plnt cans, each ................ ............ .... ....... ........ 26 5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Chrome Green, ............. ........ ........ ..................... 18 $10, 76 $2.25 $1.26 650 86c
REDS.
English Venetia n, .................................. .......... .
Indian Red ,. .......... ............................................ .
8
14
~jftl~;:~~~~::~~:·:·:·::-:-:::::·:·::·:·:·:·:·:::::.:·:·:-: : : -: ·:·: ::::::: l.~g Pease White Damar Varnish.
Made from Imported Batavia gum. For finishing
•r111ean Red ....................................................... . 16 Pease Paste Wood Filler. over any enameled su rfaces, white or Ivory, without
Unfading Hed, ................................................. . 28 produclug dlscoloretiou. It may also be used with
Englll!h Ro~c !'Ink,. ........ .... ............................. . 17 All open-grained hardwoods, such es oak, ash, excellent satisfaction on fine wall paper hangings or
En glish Ro~e 1.ake, ................................... ........ . 26 etc .. must be filled i n order to produce a perfect on delicately tinted paiuted walls. Is of good body
Scnrlct Vermllllou, ........................................... . 18 varnl~h finish. This filler iil the hest made, easily and dries well.
YELLOWS. applied eBd dries very hard. Made In two shades, 5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Yellow Orhre,....................... ... ................... ... ..... a lfght oak and dark oak. Price, I-lb. can,. ........ $0.oe $7.00 $1.60 860 47c 260
Chrome, light, med ium or dark ........................ 16 Price, 5-lb. can................................................... 86
Price, 25·lb. can, ................................................ 1.60 Pease Turpentine Japan Dryer.
Graining C olors.
Pease Liquid Wood Filler. A first class hou~e painters' Japan, dependable In
Light Oak, Derk Oak, Antique Oak, Walnut, ell kluds of weather. A good binder and a sure and
Cherry or :.1ahoga11y,... .. .................. ......... ...... 12 For filling or first coating all kinds of close grai ned quick dryer. It contlLins no acids end wlll not cause
Any of above colors In 25·lb. cans, 2 eents per lh. natural woods, such as pine, poplar, etc .. that have th e paint with wh ich it Is mixed to burn, bllsterJ
less. not been previously fi n ished. It thoroughly seals up crack, chalk or peel. It mixes readily with oil ana
Dry:Colors. the wood pores and effectually prevents suction or docs n ot detract from the elasdcl ty of the paint.
Nothing but·the:best. Lhs. "'' Bbls. absorption of moisture. This material is transparent 5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
and doe.'! not need to be rubbed off or send-papered $3.60 soc 60c soc 180
o bbl. per lb. Per lh. before applying the varnish coats. It does not si nk
Yellow Hochelle Orh~e ...............100 $0.01 SO.OIJ away like varnish, but dries on the surface, thus Pease Oil Shellac.
lmportt•cl Mafl!ellles Yellow e1iu11.lling, for work of thfe netnre. two coats of var-
Oehre, a ve r y Mtrong color,. ...... 100 8~ 4 m~h. A cont or two of varnish applied over this This is a clear first coater or filler for new woodii
ltalln u nu ff (Ugh t) , .................... lilJO 1 2 material produces a really remarkable finish. that have not been previously finished. It hes a good
Amerlran Venetian Red,. ............:iiO 1 :a 5 Gallons I Gallon ~ G11.llon Qnnrt Pint body and produces a substantial and safe surface or
lmporl<"d P:n llll Mh Venetian Hed, :i;~q Iii Iii~ base coa t. It dries to san~peper in 6 to 8 hours.
811ow· Wh ite Worn! Filler, ....... ....r..'10 $5.lil6 $1.16 66c 36C 20c
l~ 2 5 Gallons 1 Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Prlucc'R Brown Mlnernl, ............ :~.o l 2 $6.60 $1.40 soc 4~o 26c
White Orhre, ...... ............... ........ MO
Germantown Lnmp Black, ......... KO 9
Iii
10
ix Steel Wool and Shavings.
Pease Orange Shellac.
Steel wool Is a moss of fine fibres of steel resemb -
~ti 66
Rurnt Turkey Umber, ................. :l!">O ling curled hnlr, whleh, while sharp, does uot scratch I Gallon ~ Gallon Qnart Pint
Haw Turkey Pm her, ................ S!".O hut will cut es smoothly as the finest s11. udpeper, $2.26 $1.20 66C 36c
Burnt I tal Inn Slcnun, ................. 3.'>0 4~ 6 emery or pnmlee stone. For many purposes it Is
Reel 1-en'1 ,. ............ ...................... . 7 8 ~upcr lor to ~sn dpaper, etc. Used for rubbing down W. A. White Shellac.
Raw hall a u Sien na, ....................:J.iO 4~ 6 fillers and va rnis hes: In fact, It takes th e place of I Gallon ~ Gallon Quart Pint
Rt'Ht Chrom e Green, ....... ............ . 8 ~aud paper or pumice stone end will he found a $2.26 $1,20 66C 86c
<'hrome Yellow, .. ....... ................ . 10 much better article to use. Steel shavings is a coan;e
l'rt'neh Gray or Slnte,. ................ 400 Iii grade e.nd Is URcd for removlu~ rust from tron pre-
Pease Varnish and Paint Remover.
Ultramerluo Blue, .......... ............ . 7
fi~~fa~!~ftg1g~~rt~f:Ji.also for c.eaning floors or any Gun.ran teed t.o remove paints, varnish or.oil from
wood, iron or beth tubs, without damage to the
Whiting.
No. O. Very fine !'rice, per lb., .......................... 46c wood, veneer, glue or filler. Nor does it Injure the
PEA~ Jt Extra Gilden' Whiting, fine quality No. 1. Fine. Price, per lb., ................................. 36c hanels of the operator In any way.
hnlted. Harrele, abou t 400 lbs. Prlee per lb., ........ l c No. 3. Flue. Prlee, per lh., ................................ .30c 1 Gallon Quart Pint
Sm all('r quantiti es, per lh., ...................................... 2c Steel Sbavtngs, coarse. Per lh., .................... ....... 26c $1.40 40c lil3c
THE PEASE CO., CINCINNATI , OHIO , U . S. A .

No , 100 Glass Cutter, D amas- Flat Paint or Wall Brushes . Oval Varnis h Brush es.
~ '* 'G ~~!s~o~~t~!:.boTh~lflcn~th~~ Wall brushes are generally u sed for painting Jnrgc Length given ls length of b ristles clear of bind in@' or
vol vln g whed g 1ass cutter made; 8tcel h and le, ~olld su rfaces, such as roofs, Interior and exte rio r walls, ferrule.
otee l head . Pr1 ce ..................................................... 111c tloors, etc. N o. 127 Oh lseled Oval
I, en gt h given is Va r nish Brushes, \'e ry
• Glaziers' Diamonds. len gth' of b r I s t I e ~ elas t ic ; best selected
clear of binding or b lac k Chinese bristles;
our Glaziers' Diamonds are made. of th e best q ui;.1- ferrul e. nickel p lated r f11gs.
ltv ge nuine diamonds. The mount111gs are made 111 N o. 116 W a ll Brush. 81zes .. ......... ............... 1-0 2·0 3·0 ~·O 5·0
t1ie ,·cry best possible manner, hi g hly finished and A good w o r k I n g Le ugth , Inches .. . ...... 2}:1 2',X 3 3 3l{
h eavily nickel plat- hru8h, all Chinese bristles. Tin ferrule. Price, each .. .... .. ....... it Sc 36c 42c 4 8c 55c
·~:~Ji:\iJi)4L ~
I"' ed. We guarantee
our diamonds to re-
Width, inc hes...............
Le ngth, inches..............
2X
2
3 3(:3
2% 2~ Sas h Tools.
eet not less thau four times and give good satisfaction, Price.each .... .............. .. lOc 12c 16c
provided they are sent to us to reset. NEVER CUT Generally used b y pai nters for painti ng window sll8h
TWICE IN THE SAME PLACE. and m o uld ing, a lso med fo r trimming and painting
No. 103, Ebony Handle, will cut single stren gth No, 1 16 W a I I around corners. Ca n be u sed a s a gene ral family
glass. Price ......................................... .................. $2.96 Brush, all black brush where a small brush is wanted.
No. 101 superior Cocoa Handle, Keyed Diamond Chinese bri st !es, No. 12S Extra Fine B lack Sash T ool, black Uhlnese
A very fine diamond for general use. Will cut double so lid center. '!'hi s bristles. Oval shape, warra nted not to tw ibt; a hru~h
.strength glass. Prlce ............................................ $4.36 brush will do good for particular people.

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No 014 Snakewood Handle, Extra Superior Dia- work. Metal bound. Sizes .............. l 2 4 6 8 IO
mond. Will cut anything except plate glass. Price Price, each ..... 6c 7c 9c 12c 16c 22c
...... ........................................................................ $6.96 Size, inches.................. S SX 4 4~ ll No. 129 Extra F ren ch
No. 102 Superior Cocoa Handle, Keyed Plate Glass I.ength, inches ............ 2% 8 3~ 3>:1 3% Sash Tools. All fi ne
Diamond. A very superior cutter for general use, and Price, each ........... ....... 2sc 360 44c 66c 72c white bris tles, wire bouud.
will cut plate glass. Price ............................ ....... $9 oo No. 117 Extension Wall Brush, brass bound, white Sizes... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IO
Anyone can cut glass with this tool , Okatka bristles, full, stiff" springy stock . Our stand- Price, ... 03 .03 .Oto .06 .06 .07 .OS .09 .10 . 12
s uccessfully. Genuine diamond; fin- ard brush for painters' use. Perdoz .30 .31 ,42 .4S .60 .72 .79 .s6 1.04 1.1ao
ished in the best manner and metal Size.............. 6 7 8 9 JO
parts nickel plated. Hold the dia-
mond, as shown in illustration, against
the ruler. Place it perpendicularly
on the glass, so it res ta on the diamon d
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Price.............. 6Sc
3ts
3
~ 4~
5
m
4Ys
7Sc $1.06 $1.40 $1.66
Camel 's Hair Brushes.
The following brushes are used by carriage paintera
for striping, lettering and other carriage wurk,
and guide wheel, the wheel towards
yon. Press on It graoually, until it
. Stucco Paint Brush. No.130Camel's -
Hair Lettering Pen~
M *
U.AJ 1 j

makes a elnging sound, not a harsh No. 118 Stucco cils, rose hound, fine qua11ty. Hair, I Inch l ong.
noise. Draw over the glass ~lowly auo ,..;;.~~;­ Pe.int B r us he s. Size.. ............. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
uniformh•. NEVER UUT TWICE IJS l!' ull stock, no plug, Price, each... 2c 2c 3c 3c 3c 3c 4 c 4 c
THE SA~IE PLA CE. very full and stiff, Per dozen..... 16c 19c 2lc 23c 25c 2sc 34c 3Sc
ex tr a long and No, 131 Camel's
Putty Knives. very best selected
whi te Russian bristles, leather bound. Used mostly H a ir St r I p In ll
No. 104 Putty Knife, with by frescoers and for stuct•o work. Pencils. R o s e
·e• &tltI blade, square point, a bound, fine quality. Hair, 2 inches lon g.
sub~tantial.tool. Price, 6c, Size, inches.......................... 3~ 4 4% Sizes...... 1 2 S 4 5 6 8
Length, inches.................... 4Ye 4% 4% Price.ea. 2c ac 3c 3c 4c 4c 6 c 6c
No 105 Puttv Knife, with spring blade, square Price, esch ................. ......... $1.00· $1.26 $1.45 P er doz. 19c 22c 26c 3lc 38c 44c 60c 66c
point, cocobolo handle, lsp bolster. 1'trongly riveted.
Weight, 4 ounces. Price ..................... .................... 1.2c. Black Stucco Paint Brush. Nd. 132 Camel's Hair
No. 106 Puttv Knife, with stltI bl~de, bevel p01.nt, No. 119 stucco 'Paint Brush. Best black Chinese
Swan Quill Pencils, for
cocobolo handle, lap bolster. A high graoe kmfe. lette ring and s triping.
"'eight, 4 ounces. Price ........................ ............. ... . 15c. bristles. First class in every respect and guaranteed
to give good satisfaction. Size, in.... X % 1 I~ IX 1% 2 2){
No. 107 Puttv Knife, with sprin!'l'. blarle, bevel No ........................ 25 30 35 40 P rice, ea. 4c 4c 6c 6c 6c 7c 7c Sc
f10int, coco bolo handle, lap bolster. \\ eight, 4 o unces. Per doz... 4lc 44c 60c 66c 63c 69c 75c Slc
Price ........................................................... ....... ...... 15c Width, inches...... 3 3X 4 4X
Length, inches..... 4X 4X 4% 5 No. 133 Camel's· H air
No. 108 Scraping Knife, be~t Price, each............ 6Sc soc $1.06 $1 .20
eteel blade, cocobolo handle, Flat or Sword Stripers.
lap bolster. Weight, 5 to 7 Round Paint Brushes. Square en ds, tin fe rrules,
ounces each. without h andle, for carriage work . Hair, IY2 to :!X
For General House Painting. Length given is inches long.
Width of blade, inches ......... length of bristles clear of binding or ferrule. Sizes ..................... ..... . 1 2 3
Price, ear.b........................... 36c No, 122 Round Price, each ................ . 6c 6c 7c Sc
No. 109 Wall Sr.raping Paint Br us hes, Per dozen ................. . 59c 64c 75c ssc
Knife, stiff blade, :~in. wire bound, white
square point, bee<:! h bristles outside,
handle. S b i p p Ing mixed cen ter.
W e i g h t , 7 ounces. Sizes ....................... 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5·0 6-0
Price, each .............. sc. Length, inches........ 3 3~ 3X 3% 4 4~.{ No, 134 Camel's Hair, D agger Strlpers. Diagon a l
Price, each .............. lSc 20c 23c 26c 3lc 33c e uds, copper wire bounrt , small <'edar hsndle; for car-
ria!fe work. Hair, IX to 2~ inches long.
No, 120 Round Sizes.................. 1 2 3 4
No, 11 O Spatulas or Painter!!' Pallette Knives, lap Paint Brushes, Price, each........ 9c lOc l lc 12c
bolstered cocoa bandies wire bound. All Per dozen......... $1.06 $1.15 $1.20 $ 1.26
Leugth of blade, inches. ..... 4 6 8 10 best selected Ru8- Calcimine Brushes .
Price, each........................... 16c 22c 35c 5Sc sis n bristles.
Sizes........................ 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 Length given is length of bristles clear of bindi ng o r
Steel Wire Brushes. Length, in ches ...... 3% 3% 4% 4% 4% 4Ys ferrule.
Price, each........... ... 40c 60c 63c S5c 1.05 1.20
No. 111 Steel Wire Brush·
For removing olrl JJaint, Varnish Brushes. N o, 136 Calci-
rust an d dirt from iron, mine Brush, for
stone, brick and wood- For :fine carriage and piano work, No. 123 is rec- commo n w o r k ,
work. Made of the best ommenoed, but for varnishing woodwork. wagons wh lteC11.Sing, wi th
steel wire. h a r d w o o d ano implements any of the other brushes will give ex- gr ar center. Is
iblock, 6 rows. Length, 7 inches, width, 2% inches. <'ellent satisfaction. Where a little varnishing is to be meta bound.
Price, each ........................................................... 33c done a cheap brush will answer, but N o. 126 is recom-
mended where particular work is required.
No. 123 Badger H air Wid th, i nch es...... .. .. .............. 6 8
Flow ing Varnish · Len gth, inches....................... BX 8% 4'i
Brushes, for fi ne var- P rice, each ............................. 22c 2 5c 3l c
nishing, carriages, pi- No. 136 Calcimine B rush. White b ristles, excellent
anos, etc. Single thick , qu ali ty. Metal boun d.
Size, inch es ............. ..... ...... 6 7 S
No. lHJ Steel Wire Brush with Handle. Narrow
·steel wire hrush, suited for cleaning ornamen tal iron IX
33c
2
' 45c
2x
65c 60c
3
Length, i nch es........ ...........
P rice, each..........................
3% S% 87 "
60c 7 lc sac
work, corners, etc., 3 rows wire. Width, 1 inch, No. 137 Selected R ussian White Br istles Calcimine
length of brush, 5% inches; enti re length with handle, No. 124 Extra Brushes. Brass bound.
13 inches. l'ri<'e, each ............................................. 22c Flat Bristle V a r- S!ze, !nch es, 7; length, 4~, Pr!ce .................... $1.56
nish Brushes, d ou - Size, mc h es, 8; length, ~ /S• Pr1<'e .......... .......... 1.ss
ble thick , Chin e!'I!
bri~tl es, stai ned Wh itewash Br ushes .
Steel Gra l ners . hanole~. ti nferrifres.
2
Size, inches ............. ...... . 2% 3 N o. 13S Whitewash Brush, white
No.113 Taylor's En glish Grain- Sc
Price, each ............ ...... .. lOc 14c tsmpico ~tock (no t a bri~tle In it).
ing Combs, Best quality steel, in The stock is soft and white. ) !eta!
sets of!:.!, assorted, 1 to 4 inche8, No. 125 Bristle bouud. rseti for whitewashing
in tin compartment case. Flowing Varnish fence~ . ou tbuildlngs., etc.
Price, per set ........................ 85c Brushes, stai n ed
handles, tin fer- ·•·
rule~. black Cbiuese bristles, chiseled. Width, iuches........................ ... 6 7 B
Painters' Dusters .
Size, iuches......... I
Price, each ......... 6c
IX
9c
~
12c 14c 20c
3 2x Length, inches....................... ... 2~i
Price, each........ ......... ....... ....... Sc
3
9c
3
12c
N o. 139 Whitewash Brush, all AmeriC'sn bristles,
No. 114 Paint- No. 126. An ex- wh ite ou t~ide. A fair quality bru'h forcommou work.
-era' Duster, gray tra fine, extra thic k I,cather honnd. Width, 7X inches, len gth of bristles,
bristles, black out- soft elastic Chinese 2% inches. Price, each ............................... ............ 25c
side, Bristle F I o w i n g No. 140 White we.ah Brush, all w hite bristles, looks
Raised center. varnish Brush. Something for the painter who does well and works well. Metal bound.
good work. Wid th, i nches.... ............................ 8 9
Sizes ......................... ....... . 1 4 Len gth, lnebes.............................. 3 3X
Length, inches ............................... .. 4 4% Size, inches............... 1 17' 2 Z~ 3
Price, each .................................... 43c 66c
Price. each ........................................ . 30c 46c j Price, each................ 14.c goc 26c 86c 46c
'l'llE PE ASE CO., CINCINNAT I. 01110, U. S. A .

;h our II1"1rc•,v-are De1>artri-:i.e1-it will convince any well posted customer that our prices are ex-
' . 'l
,,_.,.. ~net ting. Do no t let o ur low prices mislead you into thinking that our goods are not first class in every respect. A sample
~\\ill ' ~unvinc e y o u to t he contrary.

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}'rout Door Set, No. 728. Front Door Set, No. R S-0776.
Diagonal Des ign. Lorain Design.
Lock 4%' x :~Ys in., with bronze pl ated Lock 4% x 3% in., antique copper finish
steel front, strike a nd bo lts, 3 nickel-plated Front Door Set, No. 3230X. steel front, strike and bolts, three nickel-
steel keys. Bronze metal knob, long eg- Princess Design. plated steel keys, antique copper finish steel
cutcheon outside (l;Vs x 77,i in.) , all Tokio Lock 4% x 3% in., antique copper finish knob, and lor1g escutcheon for outside (3 x
bronze finish. Complete, with all screws, steel front, strike and bolts, 3 nickel-plated 10%' in.). Complete, with all screws. Our
per set •.•..•.••..•............• .••• $1 55 steel keys, antique copper finish steel knob price, per set. ... ..........•......... $2 00
(2Yt in.), and long escutcheon for outside
(3 x 10). Complete, wit h all screws. Our
price, per set .................•.... $2 20

lm1hl4' Door Set, No. U 103. 0

Inside Door Set, No. R S-0132~ .


Diagonal Design. Inside Door Set, No. 13271.
Princess Design. Lorain Design.
Lock 3~~ x :~~ in. Bronze-plated steel Lock 3%' x 3~ in., antique copper finish, Lock 3% :x 33ij in., antique copper finish
front, strike and bolts, nickel-plated steel stee l front, stri ke and bolts, nickel-plated wrought steel front, strike and bolts, nickel-
key, two long escu tcheons, 1%' x 57' in., jet steel key, antique copper finish steel knob p lated steel key, antique cop per finish ~teel
knob, nil Tokio bronze finish. Complete, (27,i in. ) and two long escutcheons (2U x 8%' knob (27,i in.), and two long escutcheons
with all screws, per set. ....•.•..... $0 35 in.). Complete, with 11.l l screws. Our price, (2U x BM in.). Complete, with all screws.
per set ............................ $0 65 Our price, per set .............••••. $0 65
ln"hl c Door Set, No. 0101.
Same as No. K-103, except with meta l
knobs, Tokio finish. Complete, with all
' crews, per set ..•.•...........•.... $0 45

Slhllni: Door Sf'I, No. 13092. Sliding Door Set, No. R-130tsrs.
Prin cess Design. Lorain Design.
Nll tlh1K Door Nf'I , Xo. U IOO. 0
Lock 57,i' x ~{% in., antique copper finish Lock 57,1x3% in., antique copper finish
Diagonal Design. atecl front, 6trike anJ bolt, brass extens ion steel front, strike and bolts, brass extension
key, two an tiqu e copper fin ish steel long key, two a ntique copper finish steel long flush
L ock 3}~ x !l7.i'
in. Bronze- plated steel t1ush cup escutcheons (2M x 876 in.). Com- cu p escutcheo ns (2M x 876 in.). Complete,
front, strike nnd bo lt~. bronzl"exknslon ke y , ple te, with all screws. wi th nil scre ws.
IY.o long alee! flush c up e~c ul ehco ns, 2 ~ x No. 13092, flat front for single door. ~o. R-13055 , flat front for single door,
4~ In., nil Tokio b ronze fin is h. Complete, per se t . . . . • . . ......... $1 50 per set. .... ...................... $1 60
with all screws. ' :o.;o. 18100, !lat front for double doors, No. R·l3155, flat front for double
:-:o. K·IOO, flat front fo r s ln ~le door, per set. •.• .•... .... . ........... 2 25 doors, per set • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • 2 -'5
per set............ . . . . . ....... .$0 90 No. 13018, astraga l front for double No. R-131055, astragal front for dou-
:0-:o. K-~00. fl:tt front for double doors, doors, per set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 85 ble doors, per set................. 2 90
per s<"l...... 1 35 IT DOES NOT PAY to use n poor quality of hardware in a house. In proportion to cost
•,:., , 1' :mo, n~ 1r :1gnl front for do uble o f the building the hardware bill is very small, and a few extra dollars expended in this de-
door,, pe1 set 1 75 partment will pro d uce surprising re~ults.

All goods shown in th is catalogue ttre guaranteed to be first class in every respect-exactly as represented.
OU R GUARANT EE. Jt not fo und so, we pay the freight both ways and refund your money immediately. ·
'l'llE PEASE CO., CINCINNA'l 'I, 01110, U. S. A. 41

HORIZONTAL RIM DEAD LOCK, No. 701.


2x 2% in.
Japanned case. iron bolt, tinned malleable
UPRIGHT RIM KNOB LOCK, iron ke.v, reversible bolt. Complete, with
No. 0221.
47-{ x3J4 in. screws, each ••••• • ...... ....•........• 12c
Japanned case and striker,
2 iron bolts, tinned mallea- THUMB LATCHES.
ble iron key, reversible bolt. WROUGHT STEEL BUTTS.
Looee Pin, Ball Top.
Net p rices , per set, com -
Complete, with mineral knobs plete, with all scre ws :

~
.and all scre ws, perset.16Mc Japanned, No. 731.
Antique Copper Plated, No. 241. No. 19-Japanned ...... 7c
UPRIGHT RIM KNOB LOCK, No. 28-Enamel ed ....... 8c
No. 01012. Net prices per pair, complete,
with all screws:

~
Same as No. 0221, with
porcelain knobs. Complete, SIZES. No. 731. No. 241.
with all screws, per set,19Uc 2.7f in. x 2Xf in .... 8c 14c
3 " x3 " ... . 9c 15c

~- -0(,.7 ~0
S'l'QRE DOOlt DEAD LOCK, No. 1'13.
37'" x 3U " .... lOc
4 " x 4 " .12c
4U " x 4U " .... l 4c
lie
2lc
24c

:an -0
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KIM NIGHT LATCH, No. 378.
HOR!ZONTAL RIM KNOBLOCK 4Ux2U in, 2 in. x 3 in.
No. 0401.
3Ux4M in. Japanned case and striker. Reversible for Japanned case, bronze met-
Japanned case and striker, either right or leit hand doors. Two nickel al bolt, knob and escutc heo n,
2 iron bolts, tinned malleable plated FOLDING steel keys. Complete, with two nickel plated flat steel
iron key, reversible bolt. all screws. our price, each .............. 50c keys. Complete, with screws ,
Complete, with mineral <1 great bargain, per set .. 4 7 c

knob;; and all screws, per


set ....••.•••••••••.•••• 17c
HORIZONTAL RIM KNOB LOCK SHUTTER KNOB;:;.
No. 0104. Net prices, each:
Same as No. 0401, with
TOKIO BRONZE PLATED BUTTS . No. 15, Porcelain
porcelain knobs. Complete,
ornamental. Loose Pin, Ball with Ya in. screw,
with all screws, per set.. 20c
Tip. No. P-048.
~ N~: •ao: ]~t; ~~i~~

t
Net prices per pair, complete
with all screws : ~ Ya in. screw. • 2 c
2U in. x 2U in ...•• 29c
3 " x 3 " ..... 33c
3M " x 3.7f " ..... 36c
4 " x 4 " ..... ·He
HORIZONTAL RIM KNOB LOCK 4M " x 4U " ..... 50c
No. li037.
3Ux5 in.
Japanned case and striker,
3 brass plated bolts with stop
(reversible). Nickel plated
steel key. Complete, with
porcelain knobs and all
SH UTTER BARS .
screws, per set ........ . . 4 lc
STORE DOOR HANDLESANDLATCH,No.1008X. Prices, com plete, wit h all
scre ws:
2P:i x 9 in. plate. No, 3676-2 in. A mb er
Figured amber bronzed plate, handle, latch BRIGHT WROUGHT STEEL BUTTS bronze, each . ......... ... 4c
and striker. Reversible for either right or No. 703. Loose Pin. No. fl37M -2 in. Antiq ue
left hand doors. Complete, with all screws, Net prices per pair, complete copper plated, eac h . .•. l 2c
our price, per set .........•......•••••• 30c with all screws:
2~ in. x 2U in •••• • 5c
MORTISE DOOR BOLT-IVES.
3 " x 3 " •.... 7c
No. 8-2Uin.Ornamental
Amber, bronzed, with screws ,
MORTISE STORE DOOR
LOCK, WITH HANDLES,
3.7f " x
4
su " .....
" x 4 " ... .. Uc
9c
each .•....•••••.......• !Oc
No. P-3128~ :z: N·386X.
No. 16-2U in. Plain An -
tique, copper plated, with PERSIA:"< BRONZE,
screws, each ............ 16 c flat front, anti-friction
latch, three tumblers.
Lock,4~~x3in. Plate,
2%x 12313 in. Doubl e
handles, Two nick el
plated flat steel keys. WRO UGHT BUTTS, No. 719.
Complete, with all Bright Steel.
screws, per ~et, $2.3~
WROUGHT BRASSBUTTS,No.X-1. Xe t prices, per pair, com-
MORTISE KNOB LATCH,
lU .i n.Complete, with screws, plete, with all screws :
STORE DOOR HANDLES AND LATCH, per pair ...... . .......... ... 5c IU in ....•••.•. 211c
No. 1001. No. P - 3128 ~ x 3S7X. 2 " .......... 2~c
lP:i x 3P:i in.
2~" ...... , •.. 3 c
Lacquered, wrought iron Same as No. P-312SM x N-386P:i, with Our hardware sales are Increa sing
front, strike and bolt. Por- RABBETED FRONT. (In ordering always state 3 " .......... 4 c
dally. Th e best goods that mon ey can
cekin knobs. Complete, with whether RIGHT or LEFT hand is w anted, buy, sold al our r emarkably low prices, No. X-2. BRIGHT BRASS.
all screws, our price, per set, looking from outside of building.) Ouryrice, is a combination tha t produ ce s busi- Complete, with screws,
ne ss in copious quanti ty.
only .•••••••••••.•••••• 16c complete, with all sc rews, per set ..... :fj2.50 2 in., per p air •.•.... . .. . . 5 c
'l'llE PEASE CO., CINCINNA'I'I, O HIO, U. S. A..

Hanel Rail Bracket. Sash Locks-Ives.


C'hRin Bolt, 4 In., with Scrt'W8. Amber bronzed. No. 304. Ornamental tuscan bronzed,
, with screws ............... per doz. $0 42
No. 3259,0rnamental Amber Bronzed, No. 100, 3M in. proj ection, with No. 839. Plain, antique copper plated,
.. • ....................... ... each, $0 19 Screws •••••..••••••••••• •••• each, $0 09 with screws ..••••..••..... per doz. 65
No . R 18259, Plain Antique Copper
P lated ......••• • •.......... .. each, 45

Foo& Bolt, wlt_h Screws. Sash Lifts.


No. 324i, 4 in., Ornamental Amber No. 1840. Ornamental tuscan bronzed,
Bronzed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . each, 15 with screws . .............. per doz. 15
No. R 132;)0, 6 in., Plain Antiqu e Cop· No. 2860. Plain, antique copper plated,
per Plated ....• : ......•.•.... each, 50 Queen CHy Re,·erslble Blind Hinges. with screws ............... per doz. 25
Price, per set, with fasteners and screws.
No. 3, for frame building . • • • • • • • • • • 12
" 2, for 9 inch brick walls. ........ 16
u 1, for 13 inch brick 'vall......... 18

Barrel Bolt, No. ~oo.


Japanned plate, polished bolt, brass knob.
3 inc h, with screws .......•..... each, 04
4 II " • • • • • • • • • • • . • " 05
5 " . . . . . . . . . . •. . " 06 Sash Lock nod Lift.
6 " . • . • •••• • . ••• " 07 No. 3313. Ornamental tuscan bronzed,
with screws .... .... .......... each, 15-
No. 13313. Plain, antique co pp er
plated, with screws ....•••..•. each, 2(}'

Clark's Gravlty Blind Hinges (Surface).


Price, per set, with fasteners and screws.
N o. 1, for frame b uilding...... . • . . . 12
11
3, for b rick bu ilding... ... . . . . . . • 18
Cont aud lint llook.
C ast Iron, coppered.
N o. 77, 3 in., with Screws .. per doz ... 12 Coppered Transom Centers.
Fo ur pieces to set, with screws.
l\"indo w S prlug Bolt.
. No. 1302. With:( in. pin and socket,
No.113, 3J{ in. z inccase, bronze bolt, as shown .................. per set, 07
per doz .•.... . .. . ........ ....... .. 10 No. 1303. With % in. pin and plate
No . 13i, 3J.{ in., zinc cese, tinned bolt, intead of socket..... • ••••. per set, 10
per doz .... ........•.............. 20

f 'o n& nncl lint Hook.


Steel 'Vi re.
Autornatlc Transou1 Lifters.
:-.: o. IGO, :.?~ in ., coppered .. per doz ..• OG
No. 00, 2~ " japanned.. " 06 'Vith Screws.
3 ft. x 3i in •.••.. ......•...•• .. each, 13
4 ft. x % in. • • • • . • . . • . . • • • . • • • • " 14
To find the pro per len gth of lifter wanted,
measure from floor to center of transom,
Cup board Turu 11 (with ScreWA).
then deduct five (5) feet for a top or center-
hung transom, or three and one half (3,%)
X o. 3039, Amber bronzed, with bronze feet for a transom hung at the bottom.
metal handle ........... ... ... each, 08
No. 662, Plain, an tique copper plated,
('t>il lnir Jlook. .•• .•••....• ........ .. .• ••... each, 14
Steel W ire.
1'o. ·I, :~ in., co ppered .. . .. per doz. 10
" ti , 3 In., japanned........ " 10

French ll'indow Cntche11.


(.' npboarcl Cntt'heN (with ScrcwN). 'Vith Screws.
Xo. 32i2, Amber bronzed ..... .. each, 06 No. 3270. Am ber bronzed ..•••. each, O&
Door lltop•. ~ ~ In. No. ii8, Pla in, an t ique copper plated, No. 738. Plain, antique copper plated,
Bi r ch, rubbe r tipped ......... per doz. 15 .......... ..........•••••... . each, 08 ..... .•••...•.. .....••.••.... each, or
'l ' ll E P E A S E C O. , C I N CI NNA'J ' l , O HIO, U . S. A. 43

Ht>l'>Mt' I UCr Nlt>t>I \\' Ire


t.: lo lla.
Painted bla.ck, 12 mesh. (The
staud11rd.)
Price, per roll, Price,
Width. of 100 per
running feet. lln. foot
2-1 in. S2 88 4 c
26 in. 3 13 4Uc
28 in. 3 25 4%c
:~ o in. 3 60 5 c
Sectional Cut. 32 in. 3 8-1 5~c
Willc ox BRll·Bearh1 g Troll ey S lid ing D o or Jlnngt>r. 34 in. 4 08 5~:jc
36 in. 4 32 (j c
The Ha ng~' rs are m ade enti rely o f steel, are fitted w ith V ulcan -
ized fi be r wheels, wh ich make them noiseless, and are equipped W ire Cloth, Other wid ths at propo r-
wit h the fi nest ba ll bea ri ngs. The c'u ps and cones are case hard- tionate prices.
ened. The h a nger consists of-
Rf>tary Door Bell, No. 191 .
FOR SING LE DOORS. F O R DO UBLE DOOR S,
3 inch Bell, with turn plate, ~pieces trolley track complete, with wood headers and ~d­
bronze metal Tokio finish. 1 piece t rolley track complete, with wood header and ad-
justing screws, 2 han ger~ , 1 fl oor guide and screws. justing screws, 4 hangers, 1 center stop, 2 floor guides,
P1·ice, each, 7 5 cents. Price, per set, complete. and screws complete.
N o. 13, Size of opening, 3 ft. 0 in . . ..... .. $1 50 N o. 25, Size of opening, 5 ft. 0 in • •••• .... $3 00
" 137', " " - 3 ft . 6 in. 1 63 " 2576, " " 5 ft. 6 in . . . .. .... 3 00
14, " " 4 ft. 0 in. 1 75 26, " 6 ft. 0 in. . . . . . . . • 3 00
14U. " " 4 ft. 6 in. 1 88 2676 1 6 ft. 6 in . ........ 3 13
" 15, ' " 5 ft. 0 in. 2 00 27, 7 n. 0 in . ........ 3 25
1576, " " 5ft.6 in . 2 · 13 ' ' 27~, 7 ft. 6 in • ... . .. . • 3 38
" 16, 6 ft. 0 i n . 2 25 " 28, 8 ft. 0 in. . . • . . • • • 3 50

Push BnUon Electric Door


Bell.
To wind up. Electrical results
without a battery.
No, 3620, 37' fo. bell, oval push
lT
S 1>rlng Hing es.
plate, PrincelilS design. Ideal, No. 3, 3 in . x 3 in.
Sprin g a nd Blank Bot ts, Japanned , with screws, p er pair . . lOc
37' inch antique copper plated,
each, $1 00. C hicago D oubl e Acting, for Fly Doors.
Price, per pair, with screws, com plete.
Japanned Antique Copper Plated
Thickness of Door. S pri~
No. l 2•
I Blank Spring Blank
No. 3% . No. 171%. No. 173X.
% to 1 i n • . .. $1 10 $0 55 $ 1 90 $0 95
lU to 17.( in . •.. 1 35 70 2 25 1 20
1.% to 1% i n . ... 2 20 110 3 15 1 60
l~ to 2 in . . 3 35 1 70 4 80 2 45

I n o rdering, g ive th ickness of door. F or lig h t in side


do ors we r ecommend a Spri ng Butt at top and a Blank
But t at bottom.
Door S p rlni;::.
Torrey's steel rod, malleable iron fix·
tur es, japanned, 39 in. long.
Complete , wit h screw and wrench,
Eleetrie Bell ~et, complete, No. 320.
each ...... .. ........... ...... 14c

Co~sisting of one 2%' in . iron box,


electric bell, one wood push button,
~tm:Jtfl ftl!f'.t.-..!::·Dl!!!lm~~
one dry battery, 100 feet insulated Door S1n·lng.
wire, with staples complete, packed in Pullman Perfect, 17 in. l'>ng, ja-
a box. panned.
No. 1, Complete, each. • . . . . . . . . 3c
Per set, complete, only 95 cents. No. 2, " " . . . . .. .. . 4c
No. 3, ............ 5c
The dry battery or electrical pow e r Screen D oor Catch Rnd .Knob.
will last for years and can t he n be re- 27.( in. x 1% in. C o mplete, with screws.
placed at a cost of 30 cents. A ny one N o. 3052, Amber bro n zed, each . . . .. .. . •.. .. .... •. SO 15
can string the wires, set the bell , bat- No. 5i 92, A n tique, co pper fi n ish , each.... . ....... 75
tery and push button, and when set is Door .run ,
immediately in running order. 4% in, long, complete, with screws.
No. 343, Steel, brass plated, each, le
Sl!°ple, durable and che a1•.
Full directions for stringing wi res,
placing of bell and battery, w ith each D oor Pnlll!I.
set. It is a very simple de vice, and a t Com plete, w ith screws. Hoo k!! ana Eyes.
2 in., Bright Iron, each .•.•..... le
first sight you will understand t hor- N o. 3203, 6 in., Amber b r onzed , eac h ...... .. ........ 4c 2U in., " " " le
oughly how to set it. No. 101, A n tique, cop per plated, each •. • • •• •••••••• 4c 3 in., " " " . . . . . . . . • Ic
'.l' ll E P E .ASE CO. , CJN CINN.A 'l'I , 01110, U.S. A.

CAST IRON SASH WEIGHTS.


. J J
H OOK AND STA PLES.
All sizes in stock. HASP AND STAPLES .
\Vrought Iron.
'Vrought Iron.
Small lots, per 100 lbs........ .. . . $1 25 4 inch, each,. ...... ... .... 1 c.
STEEL Bl.S H PULLEY N o . 14. 1 ,on Io t s, per 100 lbs ............. . 1 15 8 i n., without hook, e a., 2c. 5 inch, each,... . . . . . . . . . . I Uc.
8 in ., w ith hook, ea., 2Uc. 6 inch, each•. . . .......... . 2 c.
(2 inch wheel .)
Best pulle.v of the kind on earth,
Mortise by boring fou r H in. holes.
Small lots, per doz., with screws, 22c
Bar;el lots, 100 doz., per doz.. 20c COTTON B RAIDED BASH CORD . "i>l\OfE(f01\"

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:-< o. i, 7
"! '!. in. d iameter, per.
100 ft. . . . . . . .. . . . .. 62U c.
No. 8, {J in. d iamet er, per
100 ft. . . -nc.

• PADLOCX: N o. 4078,
Black steel case. 1%'. in ch. 2 flat steel
PADLOCK N o, B, 3 03. keys.
S TEE L BAS H PULLEY N o. 311,
1Yz inch. Br ass plated. · Price, eac h . "" . .. . •........... . IOc.
(2 inch wheel. ) keys.
Polished fi nish. M ortise by bor-
P r ice, e ac h . . Sc. 0
ing four 1 in. h oles.
Small lots, per doz . . . . . . .22c.
Barrel lo ts, 100 doz., per doz .20c.

PADLOCK No . 2011.

M a lleable Iron , extra heavy.


2 fla t stee l key s. STRAP HINGE S. T HINGES,

Price, each .... .JSc. POR CH SUPPORTS . SIZES !ND PRICZS LIGHT HEAVY .LIGHT HEAVY
STEE L BASH PULLEY N o. 12. WITH SCREVIS. STRA P STRAP T HINGE T HINGE.
HINGE HINGE.
(2 inch wheel ) N o. 2, 3% inch, cast iron, 3 in., per pair $0 04 . . . . $0 04
- ..-..-
Most popu la r pull ey on th e ma r· japanned, with screws, 4 " 05 04 ....
ke t. M ortise by bo dng fo ur U i n. per set .. .
5 " 06 .... Oil . . ..
. . . Ge. 6 " 08 $0 09 06 . ...
holes . 8 ,,
JO 12 $0 12
S m all lo ts, per dozen . . . . . . . . . 25c. JO .. . .. . 18
•• j .

18
Ba rrel lots, 100 doz., per doz.. .23c. •

P ADLOCK N o , 1.

CAST IRON PULLEY No, 60. '.!~ Inc h Gun M etal ca se and
:.! inch wheel, sq ua re end. shack le, 6 le\'e r, 2 llat keys.
Small lots, p1·r doz., with screws, 2Vc. Pric e, each,. . ... 45c.
Barre l lor ~. !10 doz., per doz ..... 24c.

SCKBW, HOOK AND STRAP HIN GE .

H I NGE B A RN D OOR HANGERS AND STEEL TRACX: B'!'ORM


Ii in., per pair .. 07U cts. KING, ALL STEEL,
.~ ,, . Ofl
10 .• 12 ~ .. Equ ipped with steel r o ll e r bearings and round edge, flat steel
CAST IRO !"I PULLF.Y No, 30.
12 •. . Ii.% " t rack. l~ in. x i3a in . Track com es in 4, 6, 8 and 10 ft, lengths .
'.! 111d1 wheel, round rnd.
II" " 24
Small lot-, p• r du1. .. w1t:1 screws, :IOc. lti " '' o O o I 0 o • • O 0 . ~6 Price o f hangers, per pair ...... ,,, · ~ . . . .....•.. 6fic.
Harn:I lot.,, no doz., p•?r do1.. . 2:>c. I~ " ,, .•.....•.•• :.!\) Price of track , per foot . . ... . .... .. ..... ..... : .. 05c.
TH E P EASE C O. , C I NCINNA'l' I , 01110, U. S. A. 4,-,

""r HE P EAS E
STEEL C E I LINGS.
Economical Ornamental Dust Proof Fire Proof
Sanitary Permanent Moist ure Pr 6of Vermin Proof
We are equipped to make prompt shipments to all pa rts of the Civilized Globe.

The Pease Perfect Steel Ceilings are made of standard gauge soft steel sh eets, shipping weight about 70 lbs. per
hu ndred square feet.
Their durability has never been questioned, and as to ordinary wear and tear will last a lifetime. T hey are particularly
adapted for use in public buildings, churches, schools, stores, theaters, and are being installed in private dwellings, owing to their
cleanliness and adaptability Of ornamentation.
Patterns here shown a re suitable for th e largest and smallest room, and are all n ew and original.
We claim for our ceilings elegance of design, variety of combination an d simplicity of application. Being incombustible
and almost air tight, they protect flo ors and woodwork in case of fir e, and have prevented the spread of flam es and saved build-
ings from total destruction. Being waterproof, a valuable feature in favor of steel ceilings, th ey can not be injured by water in
case of fire or by leaks of roofs or pipe.
They are light in weight, thus reducing the strain on trusses or joists to a minimum. T hey do not crack or fail like plas-
ter, or dry out and shrink like wood. They do not hold disease germs or vermin and can be easily cleaned with sponge and water.
We show <?nly a few of the many designs that can be made up of the various panels, borders, etc., but will be pleased to submit
designs and estimates any time.
In asking for estimates kindly send d~agram of room or place to be covered, showing all offsets, chimneys, etc. , with dimen-
sions; also the distance between the highest door or window and ce ilin~s; also distance from fl oor to ceiling as well as location of
any exposed beams, with sizes and location of gas or electric light. Upon receipt of same, we will submit without cost to you a
detail drawing and BEST LUMP PRICE FOR MATERIAL DELIVERED TO Y O U R N E AR EST RA I LR OAD STA-
TION. '
Our prices always include nails for putting up the metal, also wood brackets for cornice, but not furring strips, as very often
the ceiling to be covered is wood, in which case furring is not needed. Our price for furring strips is 50 cents per square extra.
Any further information cheerfully furnished upon application.

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Directions for .A pp lying the Pease Perfect Steel Ceilings.


Always begin to lay off ceiling at center line and work each way to walls. Strike chalk lines the length of the
room at distances sho wn by lines on working plan, which indicate the centers of lapping beads on the plates and mould-
ings. On these lines nail }13 x 1 inch furring strips. Cut cross strips to fit between these strips and place them as shown
by lines on working plan. Nail strips in angle of ceiling and wall and at a distance from wall equal to the projection ot
the cornice to receive the cornice brackets. Strips should be brought to a level by driving wedges between the ;:,trips and
old ceiling or joists, or the ceiling will present a n i.m even appearance when finished.
The Field should be appl ied first, then the Cornice, l\Iold, and last, the Filler. The Filler is always sent 1 or 2
inches wider than the dimensions of the room call for , to provide for any unevenness in the walls. Place the bead on the
filler so as to cover th e flange on the corn ice and slip the other sid e of filler under the bead on the mold, then nail the
mold tight. U se a sharp punch for making nail holes where there are more than two thicknesses of metal. Close or
swedge with a small dull tool an y joints which may not have lapped tightly.

Our Guarantee. All goods shown in this catalogue are guaranteed to be perfectly satisfactory-exactly as represented.
n ot found so, we pay fre igh t both ways and return' your money immediately.
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41j 'I'llE PE ASE CO., CINCINNAT I , OHIO, U. S. A .

PEASE PERFECT STEEL CEILING DESIGNS •

.IUiscellaueou s Desi;;u No. P-1902. lUiscellaneous Desi;;n No. P-1901.


Composed of Field Plate No. P-1602, 24 x 24 inches, depth :!4 inch; Mold, Composed of Field Plate No. P-1601, 24 x 24 inches, depth~ inch; Mold No. P-
No. P-1662, 3 in. x 1 in. depth; Filler No. P-1640, width from 2 to 24 1662, 3 in. x 1 in. depth; Filler No. P-1&10, width from 2 to 24 inc hes;
inches; Cornice No. P-1646, projection 5 in., drops on wall 6 in., Cornice No. P-1646. projection 5 in., drops on wall, 6 in., girt,
girt, 10 in. Price, per 100 square feet, girt measure- 10 in. Price, per 100 square feet, girt measurement,
ment, s.i.so net. S-t.so net.

Gothic De s i~n No. P-1909-A.


C ompo.~edof FieldU'late No. P-1609, 24 x 24 inches, depth % in.; Mold No.
lUiscellaneous Desi;;n No. P-1 bO?.
P-165i, 6 In. x 1 in. d epth ;Filler No. P-1640, width h orn 2 rn. to 24 tn.; Composed of Field Plate No. P-1607. 24 x 24 Inches, depth % In.; Mold No, P-16622
Cornice No. P·1643, projectio n 9 in., drops on wall 12 in., girt 3 in. x 1 in. depth ; Filler No. P-1640, width from 2 to 24 inches; Cornice
18 In. Price, per 100 sq uare feet, gut measurement, P-1646, projection 5 in., drops on wall 6 In., girt 10 In. Price,
s;;.10 net. per 100 square feet, girt measurement, s:s.10 net.

JC o('. O(~O D esi gn No. P-190" . Colonial Desi;.:n No. P-1920.


Composed of Panels No. P-1620, 2·1 x24 In. d epth l In.; No. P-1621, 12 x 24 In.,
l'ompo1<c<l of Field Plntc No. P-lfiO.'I, 24 x 2-1 tnche11, depth l~ In.; Mold No. depth l lu.; No. P-1622, 12x 12 In., depth 1 In.; Mold No. P-1657, 6 In. x l In. depth;
1'-Jf>.'>7, ti In. x l In .• drpth; 1''1lln No. P-lfitO, w"1th from 2 to 2·1 In.;Filler No. P- 1640, width from 2 to :H In.; Coruice No. P-16·13, projection 9 in., drops
Corulce No. 1'-llit3, projectlou 9 In., drops on wnll 12 lu., girt on wall 12 In., girt 18 In.
18 In. l'rlce, per 100 ~qun re feet, girt measurement, Price, per 100 square feet, gi rt measurement ............................................ $11.40 net.
t&·•··•O net.
Nf' nd nN olhnf'nNlonN or ro o1n lo h~ N)\'f'rf'tl nnd nf' will f'orwnrd ) ' OH n t'nrt'fnll y 1•rt>1mr.-d drnwlnr;r: ithowing how the ceiling
will look uh(•11 llni,.hf'•I. nnd our """' l11111p 1,rlce lor n1nlf'rhll df'lh·.-red to )'O nr ll f'llrt'N l railroad stntlon,
'l'llE PEASE CO., CINCINNA'I'I, OH I O , U. S . A . 4i

F i r e J?ro o f, ~oi sture J?roof.


STEEL ceILINCS .A.re D ust J?roof.
'Term.in. J?rcof, Eco:no:rn.ica l, J?err.o.a.:ne :n t.

Design No. P-1916. lUiscellancous Design No, P-1909.


Composed of Field Plate No. 1616, 24 x 24 inches, depth, ~ in.: Mold No. P-1657, Composed of Field Plate No. 1609, 24 x 24 in., depth % in.; Mold No. P-1657, 6 in. x
6 in. x 1 in. depth; Filler No. P-1640, width from 2 to 24 inches; Cornice 1 in. depth; Border Plate No. P-1601, 24 x 24 in., d epth X in.: Corner Plate
' No. P-16-l.4, projection 7~ in., drops on wall 10 in., girt 16 in. No. P-1608, 24 x 24 in., depth lYs in.; Filler No. P-1640, width fr om
Price, per 100 square feet, gi rt measurement, $3.10 net. 2 to 24 in.; Corn ice No. P-1643, projection 9 in., drop on wall
12 in., girt 18 in. Price, per 100 square feet, girt m eas-
urement, Sl>.1 0 net.

Ron1anesque Design No. P-1921.


Greek Design No. P-191~. Composed of Field Plate No. P-1603, 24 x 24 in., depth % in.; Mold No. P-
Composed of Field Plate No. P-1615, 24 x 24 inches, depth % in.; Mold No. 1665, 6 in. x U in. depth; Filler No. P-1640, width from 2 to 24 in.
P-.16;Ja, 6 in. x lU in. depth; Filler No. P-1640, width irom 2 to 24 Cornice '.tfo. P-1646, projection 5 in. , drops on walls 6 in., girt
in.; Cornice No. P-1646; projection 5 in., drops on wall 6 in., 10 in. Price, per 100 square feet, girt measurement,
girt 10 in. Price, per 100 square feet, girt measure- $5.lOnet.
ment, 85.10 net.

Ron1a11esque Design No. P-19 13. Romanesqu e Design No. P" l 92 3 .


Composed of Field Plate No. P-1613, 24x24 in., depth X in. ; Border Plates No. Composed of Field Plate No. P-1613, 24 x 24 in. , depth X i n.; Border Plates No . p.
P-1625-27, 24 x 24 in., depth 1 in.; Filler No. P -1640, width from 2 to 24 in.; Cornice 162.'>-27, 24 x 24 in , depth 1 i u.; F iller No. P-1619, t\·idth 8 to 24 in.: Cor-
No. P-1643, projection 9 in., drops on wall 12 in. , girt 18 in. n ice Ko. P-1643, p roject ion 9 in., drops on wall 12 in .. girt 18
Price per 100 square feet, girt measurement ............................................ $5 .40 net. in. Price, per 100 square feet, girt measnrcment, 85.·10.
'l'llE PEASE CO. , CINC INN A'I'I. O HIO. U. S. A.

.. ·.1·1r1: J • .,"'.<_)()F I~ G.-Thc Pease Sted Roofing i» especially recommended for its cheapuess, durability, ease of application and protection against
•'"1
r re pt l:'elvanizctl), Is given one coat of paint, both sidC8, before shipping.
• ) r' .ur1:d Rooftui: Felt ,11011ld in\'eriably be laid under all metal roofiug where gas or i;team is med In the hulldiug, or where there is heat next to
H . dripping or S\\'eatrng from condensation in cold weather, protect the paint on the under i;idc of roof and ser\'es as non-conductor of hea t
I\ h (,. r ' .: i~ of the I\ nest quality. it wfll mst ti not protect er\ with paint. As soon as applied on a building, we recommend that the roofing he well coated
c' t Ir s. Je or graphite paint. .\ fler a period of a year another coat should be applied, an d then at intervals of three or four years, as may be found
a•
l'au:i.tcd : \t,g wei ghK about 70 lbs. per JOO !oQUare feet. Galvanized roofing weighs about 80 lbs. per 100 square feet.

Self-Va >ping Standi ng Seam Roofing, or 3 Y-Crimped Roofing.

Fig. 4
:;hows
Sheeta 48 to 120 inches.
Cleat.
The center crimp stiffens the iron. prevents vibration and rattle, and adds to Its
appearance; Imitating batten boards
No. P·21 , 8 V Crimp Roofing.
Lays 2.'lX In. from center to center of outside crimps.
Length of sheet, feet..................... 4 5 6 7 8 9
Per s heet, pain ted........................ lBc 22 1'\,c SJ7 :i'oc 3l l 0 c 36 ~0 c 40 110 c
Per sheet, galvanized ................. ... 30 /oc 37 1"0 c 46 1'\,c 63c 60t0 c 68 f 0 c

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Fig. I-Cleat in position Fig. 2- Cleat turned Fig. S-Shows the l~ inch
and uailed to sheathing. dow n over the H4 edge and the cleat fold ed Shows triangular Wood Strip (C) to be used under the crimps. Use I% inch
fuch turued up edge. over th e 1 in. turned up Wire Nails, which will reach through the top of crimps and stick into the sheath·
edge. ing or roof supports. A Ridi:e Roof may he finished by lapping sheets over the
ridge or by using our Ridge Capping; see page 7.
The mctl>od of applying Is very similar to Roll and Cap Roofing, with the ex·
ccptfon that Caps arc part of the sheet, each sheet havin g an edge turned 1 fn. on No. P-21-A. V Sticks for V Crimp Roofing.
oue sf de aud l~ on the opposile, the % iuch being fo1ded down on the l tnch, 50 feet required for each square of 2 \'Crimp and JOO feet for 3 V Crimp.
making au absolute water proof roof-very simple in Its application and especially
adn ptc<I for fiat roofs. Each roll ls 50 feet long, th e covering width is 24 In., a nd Price, per 100 feet ............................. ................................................................. .... 2oc
will lay 100 sr..iare feet ou building. No. P-21-B. Dry Red Mineral Paint. One pound required for each square
No. 1'·18. Self-Capping Standing Seam Roofing, price, per 100 square feet, of roofing, per square, 2c.
painted .............. .... ........................................ ........ ..... ........................... $2 47 No. P-21-C. Barbed Wire Roofing Nalls, 1% In. long. One pound for each
" " " " " • " " galv anized , i 00 square of roofing, per square, 3c. •
TOOLS REQUIRED TO LAY THIS ROOFING.
No. P-lB-A. l'aten t Seamer ................................................... $6 00
No. P·lS-B. I pair 1 Inch Ton gs .......................................... 2 00 Pressed Standing Seam Roofing. Made or Pore Steel.
~o. P-18-C. 1 pair I~ inch T ongs.:....................................... 2 00
No. P-18-D. 1 pair k oof\ng Shears....................................... 1 00
No. p.J!!-E. 1 Roofing !liallet................................................ 30
SPE<.:IAL NOTICE.-We furnish the a bove Self·Capping Roofing with Double
CroH Lock if wanted, at 10 cents per 100 sq uare fee t extra
All our I<oof\ug is furn ished In either R ed Painted, · Graphite Painted or Gal-
vanized Steel.

2 Y-Ci·hn1>ecl Roo~ng.

Sheets 48 to 120 Inches, c B A


Th I" hi thf' elu•n pf'Nt of nll Jtoolin1t olfert-d n nd <'O"t" le"" to 11nt "A" represents sheet as shipped. "B" represents method of application. "C"
11 on 1 lrn roof. Any J•Crsou ean a11ply it wbo can dri\'c 0.1111.ll. It is put down shows finished seam.
wltil an end lap only or with end locks; the latter being the bE'St method. \\"hen Is very sim ple In Its npplfcatlon and effective In Its construction. The sheets
end locks are tnrnt"<l, a ch·at should be used In the middle of the end loC"k, whkh are formed with a cap 011 e11Ch sf<l.e, which makes a stronger aud better roof than
r•ruvcntH tho Phe<:t from rattling. It 111 mndc with 2 V Crimps, or i;lclc and centl•r when i;eparate caps arc used.
1•rl111p11, or3 V Crimp, h•t\'lng a crimp In centl•r of ~hcet. One pouud l~ !11. ?:'o. JO It Is a unh·cr~al roofing and used for all kinds of buildings. Its distinctive
harbcd wire 11al111, one pound dry mlncml l•ttlnt, 00 feet v rttcks, are requin•d to feature Is the outside cleat. 'l'hls feature Is no objl'Ction to It~ use and ouh·
iuy a M111u.rc of th LI! ro"flng. 100 feet V 8tlckll nqnlrcd for 3 \ Crimp Rooting. slll{htly objection able regarding !ta appearauce. IT IIAS MANY POINTS TO
V ORIMPED ROOFING, Ii! V CRIMP, 28 GAUGE STEEL. lU:CO:>l!liEND IT, uot the lea.~t among which is the rapidity with which ft can
Shcl'l11 wlii lay 21 f11chl•11 from C"l·nter to center of crimp~. The ends of sh ~cts be laid. ThfR roofing lays ::?4 inc hes center to center. We furnish i;ufficicut
~lwnid ho lttl'i'<'d not leM than 3 fnchcM. ;\ltty be lal<I O\'t'r 8hl11i;le11, ~hcnti1111i;,
cleats to lay the rooffug. One-he.If pound nails and one pound paint required
!nth or dlr1•l't to raft<'rH, plac<•<l 24 h1chcll from center, on an~· roof ha\'ln1r a pitch
for euch square.
of m"re thRn 2 indn•i< to th e foot. The c111iK of hhl'cti. can cithl'r be lappl'd 3 We furulRh the above roofin g In ei ther galvanized Steel or black painted Steel
of best quality.
indw" or more, or put togt"tt.cr with loC'k joi11t. A ~'lnare consists of 50 lineal feet In se parate sheets, formed and lay 2 feet
TO LAY DlitECT TO RA FTEH:-1, \l'ITllOUT SU EA TllI:"\G. in \"l'id1h.
!-let rllftc11121 lnrht·H from center to Cl'lltl'r and uall V woo1l stril'B on top i;ur. No. P-23. Pressed Bt!l.ndlnir Beam Roofinir, made of 28 gauge steel.
fn re of ruftl'rH. l'i1t1•c <'r•"ll plct·l·H h<'!Wl'CD raftcrt1 lt•\'d with the top of rafters to Length of sh<'ct, feet........................ 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Mlll'P"rt nm! nail the l'll<l of •iwct. lk•gln at left baud corner of caves and end of l'l'r i;heet, pBinted ...................... ...... 18 180 c 23 1'.c 27 190 c 32 1~c 37J'0 c 41 1"oc 461\,c
L11llilh11t arnc! lny ~h•·<·L~ from l'll\'CS to ridgl!, allowln~ 3 inC"iH•s for entl lnp a11d on!' Pl'r ~hcl'l, glll\'anlzcd ....................... 30 1"oc 38 1'\,c 46 1'oc 64c 61 1'\,c 69 1'oc 77c
rrlm\' for Kicit' lllp. :\All thro111o:h till' crimp about C\'cry 8 inchc11. At end lap u ~e
4 11111 < to the iBp. Wh l·n iBiil without end lo<'k~. no sprt•inl tooiR arc required. TOOLS NECESSARY TO LAY TH IS ROOFING .
Wh1•n e111l Jock~ arc ma1lc, a joiner, snips and mallet will be rc11nlrcd. No. P-23-A. I pair Squeezers .................................... . $2 00
No. P-20. g V Crimp Roonnir. No. P-23-B. 1 pair Shears ............... - ................ - ..... :.•. 1 60
Ll'IUtth of ~hl't•t, feet..................... 4 6 6 i " 9 JO No. P-23-c. 1 Ilammcr................... ................ -.,.......... 76
1'..r•lll'et, 1'Rl11tc• I ............ :........... 17 1\c !U 1'r,o SJ6 t'ao 300 34 ?oc 38t"oc 42,\c No. P-23 -D. 1 End Lock Turner.............. _ .., ......... -... 60
Pcr•hcct, i.;o.ivsnizcd .................... llO (uc 36t'0 o 440 61,'oo 6Bioc 66c 73i\o Oah·anlzed Cleo ts furnished, If de.qire<l ; price, per square, 6c.
'l'llE PEASE CO. , CINC IN NA'l'I, 01110, U. S. A .

ROLL AND CAP ROOFING. Made of Pure Steel. ( ~ OIUt UG A 'l ' l~ D Sii E1 :·1·~.
FOR BIDING, CEILINGS, FIRE-P R OOF PA R TITIONS, Etc,

" A"-Roll partly edged. "li"-llletal a uchor. ''C" CORRUGATED SHEETS.-28 gauge, wi th 2X inch corruga t io us, % In. deep. Shee ts a rc 2G inche•
-Metal Cap. wide. Allowing one corrugation for lap on each side, it leaveR a cover iug surface 24 iuc hes wid e, which
lays to advantage ou rafters or studding 24 inches, cimter to center. The e n d !up should b e from I to 6
The advautage this roof has O\"er all other separate iuchcs. Sheets urc 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 feet long.
Cap Seam Roofs is that the cap is hooked to the an- The IUrou:.;-est Sheet 1'1etnl known to the Trade nnd tile 1110 .. t wldel)' u .. t·d,
chor or cleat, which hold s it fi rmly to the standin g is CORUU(;ATEU.
seam .
The constructiou Is simple, and it is the most easily For strnctnres of moderate cost or ligh t, incxpen~ive fram iugs that ar e iutended to be fi re-p roof•
and rapidly laid separate Cap Roofing on the market. no better material can be had. The rigidity imparted to compnratively li ght Rh ecls by cor rngatiug
We make the metal Caps in 4 or 8-foot lengths, makes them self-supporting. For sidi ng, l inch end laps will do. If used for roofing, th e roof s ho ul d
w hi ch we furnish with each sq uure, tlcat~ included. have a pitc h of not less th an three inch es to th e foot. Shee t ~ should have 3 to 6 inches end lap aud ou e
Each roll is 50 feet long: the covi,ring width is 24 a nd one half or two corrugatiou s side lap. Nai ls should always be drl\·cn through the crown of cor-
iuches and will lay 100 square feet on building. rugation ,
No. P-19, Roll and Cap Roofing. No. P-26. Col'ru~ated Sheets.
Price, per square, painted, w'ght about 70 lbs., $2 57 Made of 2S gauge st1Jel, with 2,X inch Corruga tions.
" " galvanized " 83 " 4 20 Length of ~heet, feet........ ..... ........ .............. 5 6 8 9 10
Necc~sary to lay Roll and Cap Roofing- Per~ h e ct, painteq ............ ......................... 23 1'1,c 27 1• 0 c s2 1• 0 c 37 1\,c 41 110 C 46 1'\iC
No. P-19-A. 1 Edgiug Tong................. $2 oo Per slleet, galvamzed...... ................ ...... ... 39C 45 1• 0 c 54 1'1ic 62,"'oC 70.(0 c 7Sc
No. P 19-B. 1 Cap Seamer .................. 2 oo For paint and nails see No. P-'ll·B and No. P-:!1-C.
No. P-19-C. 1 pair Snips ..................... 1 50
BEADED SIDING AND CEILING. S'l.'EEL 'VEA'l.'IIEH-BOARD SIDING.
MADE FROM THE BEST QUALITY STEEL. FURNISHED IN EITHER ITS LASTING QUALITIES COMPARE WITH BRICK OR STONE.
RED PAINTED. GRAPHITE PAINTED OR GALVANIZED STEEL.

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Used extensi vely as Siding on frame buildings. Cheap, Durable, and Fire·
Shows Sheet of Diamond Crimped Beaded Siding and Ceiling. Sheets when Proof and a d esirable substitute for Wooden Weather-Boarding.
beaded cover 24 inches from center to cente r of outside beads, and can be furnish· We furnish 67.( sheets 24 x 96 inches for a square, which will lay 100 square feet
ed anv length up to 10 feet. The beads are small corrugations, % inch wide and % on building, less the laps at the end of th e sheets.
inch deep and Sinches from center to center. Each sheet shows 6 boards 4 Inches wide. Can be applied directly to studding.
This style of Ceiling is very d e~irable iu stores, churches, warehouses, factories, 16 inches from ceuters or on rough sheathing. In order to provide for one iuch
engine roomsi boiler rooms, public halls, paper mills, glass factories, e tc. ends laps, place every sixth stud 15 inches from centers. When applyiu ~ to sheath·
No specia tools required. The sheet should be lapped one or two inches at ing, place nails 4 to 6 inches apart, along the hor izontal laps and immediate-
ends, and over one crimp at side. Can be applied perpendicularly or horizontall y ly under the projecting crimp. When applying to studding uail to each stud.
(e.s· preferred) to boards, studding or joists placed the proper distance apart, or Nail end }aps at the upper edge of each face or "board."
put on over old plaster. Purchasers can paint It any d esired color. Regular length
sheets, 6, 7, 8, 9and10 feet. \Ve always ship sheets 8 fee t long unless otherwise or- No. P-33, S'l.'EEL WEA'l.'IIER-BOAUD SIDING .
dered. Oue square consists of 6X sheets, 24 x 96, or its equivalent, and will lay one Length; feet..... ..... ....... .. ..... 6 8 9 10
square, less the lap at the ends of the sh eets. Price, per sheet painled...... 33c 3S t°oc 44c 49 1'hc 55c
•- No. P-32 BEADED SIDING AND CEILING. " " " galvanized.. 4Sc 56c 64c 72c soc
Length, feet .. ....... ............. 6 7 8 9 10 PA'l.'EN'I.' ROCii.-FA CE BRICU. AND STONE SIDING.
Price, per sheet painted .... .. 2B 1"oc 33 1•0 c 3Si'0 c 42,"0 c 47l 0 c MADE OF BEST QUALITY SHEET STEEL. ARTISTIC! DURABLE !
" " " galvanized.. 4SC 56c 64c 72c soc ._ CHEAP!
, · , , PRESSED S'l.'EEL , BRICK. This is something comparatively new in Sheet Me tal Sid ing. It imitates Rock·
MADE OF l!:E:ST QUALITY SHEET ' STEEL. FURNISHED IN EITHER
Face Stone and Brick to perfection. On a building the couuterpart of a fin ely fin-
ished Rock-Face Stone or Brick, it mak es the most at tractive and h an d somest
RED PAINTED, GRAPHITE PAINTED OR GALVANIZED STEEL. sheet metal covering so far proanced or offered the build ing trade.
It is unqu estionably an elegant facing for store fronts a nd ca nnot hel p bnt t1tk e
the place of the old style galvanized iron fronts, because i t is c heaper, mak e~ R
handsomer frout and is more easily applied.

Size of Single Brick, 2 t x SX inches. Sheets, 60 x 2S inches.


Shows Pressed Steel Brick Sidi ng ready for application. Cau be applied by any
mechanic. Lays perfectly smooth, and afte r painting cannot be distinguillhed
from finest Philadelphia P ressed Brick.
Costs no more than best wood siding and about one-fifth that of brick.
In beauty of appearance, durability, cheapne~s. and a~ a protection against Size of Single Brick, 2 ix s~ i nches. Sheets 60 x 2S me hes.
fire, we claim this siding has n o equal. lllost Insurance Underwriters give this Size of Single Stone, 1 x 12 rnchcs. Sheets 60 x :.!S inch es.
style of covering same rating as Brick: or Stone.
Manufactureti of the best Soft Steel, and shipped in lengths of 60 x 2S inches, No. P-36. PA'l.'ENT ROCK-F ACE B U I C K O R STONE .
containing 12% square feet to the sheet.
A Square of Brick Siding consists of 8 4 sheets, 60 inches long by 2S inches P~~ she,~t, 60 in;, x 23, fn., ~:f~:!fa·a·:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::·.:::::: :::: .... :: :::::: ~~~~c.
wide, painted both sides. A Square of Rock-Face Br ick o r Stou e consists of St sht ets 60 in cb e~ lo ng by
No. P-3~. PRESSED S'l.'EEL BRICK . . - 28 inches wid e, paluted both sides.
C:S-In orde ring Plai n or Rock-Face Siding, allow I to 6 square feet to th e 100 fo r
~~r s~;et, 6?. in. x 28 ..m., f:l,?;~?;.e-a··:::::::::::::::::::::.:·:.:::·:::::.:·:::::::::::::::::::::::·::: ~~~~~: laps.
THE PEASE CO., Cl'.\'Cl'.\'X..-\ TI , 01110, U. S • ..-\.

~r H E PEASE ORNAMENTAL ROOF CRESTINGS.


:O.t ndt> ,ft es t quality (;alvanized Steel in 10 foot length~ only,
Ar~1stic, om amenlaf, durable, cheap. No roof complete without. A protection on the comb of your building; no chance for leak-
- ~..:. Our patterns are new and original and adapted to ridge of any roof.
Yalleys in Rolls.
Made in full weight Worcester Grade
I. C. 'I'erne Tin Plate, especially adapted
for valleys and gutter lluiug, furnish ed
In rolls of SO lineal feet. Can furn ish
aur quantity. Painted one side.

No. P-159. Valleys in Rolla.

Width, inches...... H 20 28
Price, per lineal
APOLLO CRESTI NG . foot .................. _ 5c 6~c 9 ~c
!\fade in the following sizes:
Flulal lleh.:ht Cresting 10 in., Comb 6% in., Apron 3U in. Net price per foot ............... Hc
l:? Inches •· 12 •• BX •• 3~ " " " ............... 16c
I
Set price, citch, 80.7.) " 12 " 6~ " 5% " " " _ ............ ISC
Combination Roof Gutters.
The following illustrations show a Stop Gutter and Cornice
combined, the most ornamental and effective production ever
offered ,
We make this Gutter of the best qualit~· No. 28 gauge Galvan
!zed Steel, in 10 foot lengths only .
1 2

ATLAS CRESTING.
Macle in the following sizes:
Finia l Height Crrsting S In., Comb 4X iu., Apron 3% in. Net J?!ice per .~oo t ............... iOc
10 luche:i 10 " 6~ " 3\.<> " ............... 1-ic
Net price, each ,S0.7:J io " 4}~ " s~" " " ............... 16c

Fig. 1 shows Face Moulding to which Gutter is to be attached.


Fig. 2 shows Face Moulding and Gutter locked together and In
position. ·
Fig. 3 shows different positions of Gutter Apron to give the re-
quired fall.
EXPLANATION OF SIZES AND PRICE PER FOOT.
l S in. girt; face apron, 1;{ In.; depth, 23/s In.; gutter apron,
DIANA CRESTING. 8 in .................................... .........................- ........................ 16c
Mnde in the following sizes: 20 In. girt; face apron, 1% In.; depth, 2~ in.; gutter apron.
Finlnl Ilclght
12 Inches
Cresi;ting 10 In., Comb
" 12 "
6n
in., Apron
81 "
sx
in. Net r,rtce per root ............... He
SJ{ " ' " ............... 16C 24
8~ in ............................. .................................................... 17/r,c
iro f~~.t.:..~~~~ ..~.~~.~~:.. ~.~~~:.:.. ~~~~~:...~~..~~::..~.1~.~~.~~ ~.~.~~~:
.. 2oc
Net price, each, 80.7!J " 12 " 6 2 " 6~ " " " ............... ISc
28 in. girt; face apron, Sin.; depth, S\,i in.; gutter apron,
ii in .................................................................................... 2-ic
To give the required fall. draw the gutter apron up the roof,
as shown lu seclioual view (Fig. 3.)

Galvanized Iron Cornices.


We furnish Cornices In large sections, ready to erect, and in
such shape as cnu be easily erected even by inexperienced men.
Sections are all numbered and full instructions sent.
St>ud u11 your blue J•rlut!I and we will estimate the
eo:'4t by return nutll.
ARCADE CRESTING.
Mnue In the following sl:.:cs :
Flnlnl Height
10 Im.: be~
• Cresting S in., Comb 4~ in., Apron
.. 10 ... 6~ ,, 31 ., • "
Su
In. Net r.rlce per foot. .............. 1 Oc
............... 1.ac
Set price, cuch, 80.7:\ ~· 10 .. .j ~ .. 5 .. '' '' •.••••.••...... 16c

'
... /,.....,,
TUSCAN DECIC CRESTING,
i:,,rncr f'Mt.
ll cl~hl 16 In. Not Price cach ........................ :\oc
'' :!l '' •• '' ................... ....... Cl ttC
TUE PEASE c o .. CINC INNA'l'I, 01110, U. S. A. 51

ROOF GUTTERS.
Made of 28 gauge Galvanized Steel in 10-foot lengths. No wood en
s upports needed. The best Cut-off ever introduced. Automatic, Durable,
Simple, Cheap.

No. P-149 Style A. 10 ft. lengths only,


Galvon- Galvan-
Tin. 1zed. Tin. 1zed.
Galvnulzerl Steel-14 inch Girt,% inch Bead ...... $0.70 Per each. Per dozen.
Ga.lvauized Steel-20 " " ~/o 11 ...... 1.00 2 ir.ch $0 20 &O 2~ 1!2 00 52 80
Galvanized Stcel- 2! " " q " "
" ......
1.20 3 inch 25 30 2 40 3 20
4 inch 3.5 40 3 60 4 ·10
Style A In position. 5 i uch no 75 5 60 8 00
6 inch 75 1 00 8 oo 9 to
Try a sample o rder, and it
not as represented, we will re-
fund the money.

No. P-149 Style B. 10 ft. len gths only.


Galvanized Steel-15 inch Girt, 6/a inch Bead ...... $0.75 0. G. BOX AND ROOF GUTTERS.
Galvanized Steel-20 11 11
&/a " 11
. . . . . . 1.00
Galvanized Steel-24 " " ~ 11 " . . . . . 1.20 Made in 10 ft. lengths of No. 28 gauge Galvani zed Iron.
THE "PE.A.SE" METAL lVINDOW.
AN ABSOLUTELY PERFECT FIRE-PROOF WINDOW.
No lire shutters required. Lets the light in and keeps the fire out-
f
Indorsed by the eading Architects and Builders.
Ease and simplicity of operation, durability and strength, added
to the fire-proof construction, commend it to a ll who desire an abso-
lute fire-proof protection. The joints are not soldered, but seamed
and cleated together so as to withstand the greatest number of heat The profil e above shows that backs of Gutters
units without collapsing. Frame and sash hollow, thus providing an are level w ith the fron ts. If high backs are
air space, at the same time making them air tight, doing away w it h wanted p l eaee state so when ordering.
weath er stripping entirely. No putty required; glass easily removed
or replaced at any time. No. P-149 Style F. 10 ft. lengths only,
Estimates and plans cheerfully furnished. Size 4U inches, Depth 3% inch es, Girt 12 inches ........ Price $0 72
" 5U " " 4% " " 15 " " 75
" 6U " " 5% " " 18 90
7U " " 6% 21 1 05
BU " 7% 24 1 20

No, P-149 Style D. 10 ft. lengths only,


Size 5 inches, Depth 3U inches, Girt 12 in ches ......... . Price $0 72
" 6 " " 4U " " 15 " ..... ..... " 75
7 " 5U 18 .......... 90
8 6% 21 ........ .. 1 05
" 9 " 8 24 ....... ... 1 20
No. P-151 -A. No. P-151-B, Pivoted Window, Segmental Top.

· ROLL RIDGE CAPS, P .A.INTED OR THE "PE.A.SE'' METAL SHINGLE.


GALVANIZED. Makes a perfect flt and a perfect roof, the shingle without an equal,
made in Tin, Galvanized and Copper .
No. 28 gauge Galvanized. 10 ft. lengths only.
Especially recommended by Architects and
Builders and recognized as the Shingle of
Quality. Besides being a protection from fire
and the elements, it gives a house that rich
and distinctive appearance, is a very good
imitation of Tile without the weight of same,
a decided p oint in its favor.
The Pease Shingle is made in th ree sizes:
7 x IO inches.
10xl4 II

. . per 10 ft length. 14 x 20
No. P-9-A Diameter of Roll 1~ rnches, Apron lX inches, Girt 7 inches ........... $0 30
No. P-9-B " " lX " " 2 11
•• 8 " 32 The 10 x 14 size being the most popula1.
No. P-9-C 2 2~ " IO 38 Tinners and Roofer;: proclaim our method
No. P-9-D 2x 3 " 12 46 of interlocking the best they have ever seen
No. P-9-E 3 3X " 14 56 as leakage is impossible and the rapidity of
application astonishing.

PL.A.IN RIDGE CAPS, PAINTED OR NO SOLDER NECESSARY.


Expansion and Contraction amply provid-
GALV.A.NIZED. ed for.
Packed one square (100 square feet) in a box
No.~28 gauge Galvanized. 10 ft. lengths only. ready for shipping.
No. P-152. PEASE METAL SHINGLE.
Price per 100 square feet.
Tin. Galvanized.
Sizes 14 x 20 S-1 00 S5 50
II 10 :X: 14 4 25 5 75
No. P-8-A Apron 3 inches, Girt 6 inches............ .................$0 26 per 10 ft. length. II 7x10 475 62)
No. P-8-B '' 3% '' '' 7 '' ............................. 28 '' '' Prices on Copper quoted on application . No.P-152.
No. P-8-C " 4 " " 8 " ............................. 32
No. P-8-D 5 10 ............................. 40 Shipping weight per 100 square feet, Tin. SO lbs., Galvauized, 90 lbs.
'I'll B PEASE CO., C I XC.:1.NXA'.l'l, 01110, U. S. A.

Oo~I· ' b ea d Slip Joint Eav es Trough. Wire Eaves Trough Hanger,
SIMPLE, SUBSTANTIAL, NEAT,
DURABLE, CHEAP.
,., ~ n Leoiitba o! Ten UO) Feet ot No. 2S Galvanized.
I );H llL .1 1-e.id on both sides of the trough, it can be used with Triple strength In cross bar. Absolute-
itht'r bl.!•: to) the building; th erefore to run water to the right or to ly the strongest wire hanger made,
1 e ) 1, .._ r Vouble Bead Ea\"es Trough is placed to th e building It is made of the best Galvan ized
with t c sli? joint to the right for the former, and to the left to r the
I alter. Steel \\"ire. Can be quickly and e asi ly
I-'or Jepths of different &i ze5, note diag ram on page 76. adJlisted to troug h, and is the only
No. P.-90. Double Bead Slip Joi nt Eaves Tro ugh . 'Vire Hanger forming a complete
~ize inch«:~, 3 3% 4 4~ ,') 6 7 8 Brace as well as,Hange r, thus h ol ding
l'ric~ per length, 3~hc., :H 120 c., 38c., 41 1 ~0 c ., 43 1:llc., 51 1a0 c., 58/11c., 6-t,~c. the trough to shape as well as plac e.
( 10 foot onlv. )
Note third wire me.~lng brace •·A"
No. P - 100. Double Bead La p Joint Eaves Trough.
::;ize inches, 3 3 1~ -l -l%' 5 6 7 8 No. P.-146 Wire Eaves Trough Hanger, Single Bead
Pnc~ per length, :101\c ., 3~ 1~c, 36 1~c., 39 1' 0 c ., 41 1'iic., -lH 1\c., 5i c., 62 1711 c.
( 10 foot only.l Size, inches ...... 3 3~ 4 -l.72 5 6 i
Per dozen. Il e., l:?c., 1-tc., 15c., 16c., 19c., '.!le.
Flat Crimp Expanding Elbows, No. P,-146 A. Wire Eaves Trough Hanger, Double Bead.
PATENTED.
Expand WITllOUT BREAK ING. The Corrugations Run P~rallel Tl:JE EN - Size, inches. 3 3>6 4 -l~ 5 6 i
TIRE LENGTH and MAKE THE CURVES IN UNISON with the Pipe. Per dozen l :?c., 1-lc., IGc., lie., I Sc., 2lc., 23c,
N. B.-All hangf!rs st-nt with U-inch beads, except 7-inch size
which will be % -in ch bead, unless.otherwise ordered.

Mitres-Single Bead.

No. O. No. l. No. 2. No. 3.

No. P. - 143 Flat Crimp Round Corrugated Outside Corner Mitre. Inside Corner Mitre.
Expanding Elbows. These mitres are made complete, ready for use, for both inside or
outside bead, either Slip or Lap Joint.
PRICE UST.
EL ROWS SHOES No. P.-147 o. Outside corner Miter.
2 inch, each . $ 10 s 12 Size, inches.... . . . . . . . 3 3~ 4 4>6 5 6 7 8
:1 inch, each .. I~ 15 Price, each, Slip Joint ... Hk., 17c., 18c., 19c., 19c., 21c., 26c., 30c
-l inch, each .. 16 20 Price, each, Lap Joint. J:!c., 14c., lOc., l 7c., 17c., 19c., 23c., 27c.
5 inch , each .. 20 24 No P.-147 I. Inside Corner Mitre .
G inch, each 24 29
Either Slip or Lap Joint, same sizes and prices as outside corner
Shoo. l'\lad e in Nos. 0, I, 2, 3, -l. No. 4. mitres.
No. P.-147 D. Mitres, Double Bead.
No. P. - 144 Flat Crimp Square Elbows.
For Slip or Lap Joint. Add 3 cents each to above prices.
When ordering Slip Joint l\litres, state whether right or left hand
PRICE LIST. is wanted, and whether for "Inside" or "Outside" Corner.
ELBO W S. SHOES.
2
3
inch,
inch,
inch,
each $ 1G
each
each
18
2-l
~ 19
22
29
Eaves Trough Ends and Drops. .
~41-
-1
5 inch, each. 3G 43
No. 3, Style B.

? I. ~Ill
No. 3. Swle A.
Ordinary Curve.
Made in :-.os. 0, 1, ~. 3, -l. S ide Curve.
By comblnntlon ot Stytea A sod B . a aqua.re ~onductot" co.n be me.de to turn the 8
corner ot a bulldinir e.s ren cllly e.s tbe round conductor. 1 I I ' ·
A represents a 12-inch section qf Trough, with dr~p (B ) : oldered
1
\\'h en ordering always specify by number the angle desired, as
,huwn here. on, and the end closed with our' Slip Joint l End Cap (C).
B represents a Drop or Outlet.
Plain, Round, Conductor Pipe Elbows. C r epresents our Slip Joint End Cap, which requires n o solder.
May be used right or l eft.

No. P.-146 A. 12 Inch End Pieces, Complete.


Size, inches. ~%' -l 5 6 7 s
Price, each ... . ......... . l i'c., I Sc., ~Oc., ~-le., ~7c., 30c

No. P.-146 B. Drops Only.


Size, inche~. ... .... . 2 2>6 3 3.}6 4 5 6
No. O. No. 1. . No. 2. No. 3. Price, each .... :1%c., -tc., -lJ1~., 5c., 5Uc., ic., ic.
No. P.-145 Flat Crimp llound Elbows and Shoes. No . i>. - 146 C. Ends Only, Slip or Lap .
Size, inches .:1>6 -t 5 G i 8
~lad e in Nos. 0, I,~. 3, 4. Price !'rice, e ac h ..... , . ..•. .. tic., 7c., 7?fic., Sc., lOc., 12c.
for Flnt Crimp Round l~lb ows nnd
No. P. - 146 A I. 12 In. End Piece, Double Bead, Complete.
Shoe~ !lame"" r'lnt Cri mp Round
Add 3 cents each to above price.
Corrugnkd Expanding Elbows and
Shoe!, s hown above. NoTF.:-We furn ish end sections (A) complete for 3>6 and 4 inch
Trough with 2 inch Drop; for 5 inch Trough with 3 inch Drop; for
No. 4. (jinch Trough with-! inch Drop.

OUR GUARANTEE All good s shown in this catalogue n re guaranteed to be pert'e.ctly satisfactory,
exactl y as re presen ted . If no t found so, we pay freight both ways and refund
your money immediatel y.
'l'llE PEASE t;O., CINCINNA'I'I , OHIO, U.S. A. 53

Corrugatccl Ronn cl Expanding Conductor. Plain Round Ten }.,oot Lock Scam Pi pc.
No. 28. Gauge Galvanized,

[: ;;

Ten ( 10) f<>t>t long, nit hon t n erOMM Menn1. \VHI not bnrNf wheu full
ot ice. Tii e lonlt'CNf Hingle 1•Jt-ce <>orrn&"ntNI J•iJtt' 1n11de.
Eu e ll leu l' tll n 1>erfet·t sf r1d gh f pi<>t•e, Each Length is a !iiinr;le Perfect Piece.
Size of Conductors suitable !or Eaves trough,
Size of Eaves trough ........... :~,U 4 476' 5 6 7 8 For Leader or Conductor Spouts, Ventilating, Heating Blast, Hot
Size o f Conductor ............... 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 Air and Blower Pipe, and for all classes of work where STRENGTH
No. P-67. Ronaul Galvanized Coa'l'n~ated Conductor. and D U R ABILITY are desired. It is ROUNDER, STIFFER
Size, inch es .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 4 5 G and more DURAB LE than any other, ~nd therefore UNEQUALED
Price per length (10 feet) ..... . 34-hc. 39 1\c. 52l0 c. 651\ c. 78 170 c.
Prices on heavier gauge, a lso o n copper pipe, quoted on application, for use in VENTILATION by Plumbers and othe::rs.

Corrugated Square Expanding


Concluctor Pipe. No. P-73 . Plain Round Lock Sea1n Pipe.
G1t.lvnnlzed Steel, Ten-foot Lenirths. Co)(J Rolled Co1•1•er,
Jo:ighf·foot Lengths. Made of No. 28 Guage Galvanized Steel. P rice per 10 foot
length same as Corrugated Round Expanding Conductor.

Not Atfectetl by Expansio11 or Cont1·action.


Made of best qu.a lity No. 28 Gauge Steel, and 14 and 16-ounce
Slip Joint Eaves Trough. Single Bead.
C opper. .
The shape of our pipes is now the recognized standard, and buyers
should not accept any other. Our sq uare pipes are standard in shape,
size and weight. No cross seams.
Sq uare pipe not ·made heavier than No. 28 gauge. Each length 'l' he longest Jn the world. Ten feet (120 inch es) loug, wifhonf
a perfect straight pi ece. . a senm. No 1o1olderiu g req nJ red. 1U1ul e in len g ths of fen
No. P-68, Square Corrugated Conductor. (IO) feet of No. 28 G1t.lva nJze<l Iron.
(10 foot length only.)
27.( x 1% inches .... . .............. .. . ............ .......... . 39y40 c.
87.i x 2% " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52l0 c. No. P-7<1. Sli1• .Joint Eaves Trough. Single Bead .
47.i x 2~ " . .................. .. ............... .... .... 65 14\J c.
5 x 3% " . ................ .. ..... . .......... . ......... 78,l0 c.
Price of Copper Condu1ctor Pipe quoted on application. Sizes, inches. ... 3 3~ 4 4~ 5 6 7 8
Price per length, 26r60 c., 28l 0 c., 32/0"c., 36i1o-c., 38<:., 45 160 c., 53-jl0 c., 58r90 c.
Conductor Pi1)e Hooks and Fasteners. (10 foot only).
Jlade of Best lUalleable Iron and Tinned.
When ordering, state whether right or left is wanted. Right
No. P-71. Round Jlingetl Conducto1·
hand means that the water is to discharge at right hand end of tro ugh ;
Hooks.
WOOD. BRICK. left hand, that water is to discharge at left hand end .
2 inch, per dozen ....•.... $0 39 $0 46
3 inch. per dozen ....... . . 52 59
4 inch, per dozen ...... .. . 65 72
5 inch, per dozen ....... . : 78 85
6 inch, per dozen. . . . . . . 1 12

No. P-7~. HalCRou1ul Wil'e Hooks.


FOR WOOD, FOR BRICK.
3 inch, per dozen ... . $0 24 $0 30
2 inch, per dozen ... . 30 36
4 inch, per dozen ... . 36 42
5 inch , per dozen ... . 42 48
Shows Depth and Girt o! Di fferent Sizes E aves Trough.

No. P-10. Plain Hooks.


FOR WOOD. FOR BRICK.
2 inc11, per dozen . .... . . $0 16$0 12 Lap Joint Eaves Trough. Single Bead.
8 inch, per 16
dozen ..... , . 22
4 inch, per 24
do zen ..... . . 34
5 inch, pe r 32
do zen ...... . 48
6 inch, per 40
dozen ..... . . 60
Always state whether hooks wan t ed are for
wood or brick. ,Uo!iif P erf<>ct nud rniform Trough on t he :unrket. :und e in
L<>ngfh s of Ten ( JO ) }'eef ol' No. 2~ (~111\·nnized Iron,
No. P-69. Ga h ranized '\Vil'e Couductoa·
Pi11e Strainers. No. P-98 . l .. a11 .Joint Ea \ 'es 'l'a·onr;h. Siu;.:le Bead .
Placed in the outlet of Eaves trough to prevent
leaves, etc., from entering or stopping up the con- Sizes, inches... 3 :~u -i -iU 5 ti i 8
ductor. The size given designates the size outlet Price per len~th, 2-i 170 c., 26 16lic., 801 4.,c., 3-i 1 2crc., :36(;:;c· , -1 3 17oc. , 51lli c.,51 c.
strainer will fit. ( IO foot only).

Size, inches... 2 3 4 5 6 Always state whether Trough i s wanted with or witho ut Sl ip


Price, each .... $0 03 $0 04 $0 05 $0 07 $0 12 Joint.
Per dozen. . . . . 28 36 57 75 1 00 Prices on Copper Trough q u oted on application,
51 T HE P EASE CO ., CINCINN A T I, OHIO, U . S. A .

TH E P EASE PE RFE CT SKYLIGHTS.


A I~- sno" • ,, t>ut cm fu~n ish any desig n w anted . Unless othcrwisr.ordcrcd, our frames arc made of galvanized steel. Copper frames quoted on application. We can furnish glass
\ · V of • yu.i
~ . I tn ickncSs, pt.in, ro u ~h. ha mmered, ribbed or wired, or without glass when so required.
1 ..,kyhghts arc so const ructed that all condensation from glass is ca.rricd by gutlers in the sash bars direct in10 the curb and discharged through weep holes on to the roof, with-
JI S<'Jkir.g bc-1.v• • bps of metal , so common in Skylight construction. ·
The p.,a&u Bk yUghta arc giving perfect S<ltisfaction, and our customers consider them the best on the market. There is no trouble whatever to put them in place, and once in place they
{~~kl""" .ar construction of our Skylight curbs renders countcrflashing unnecessary. The Skylight frame is srcurcd to inside of wood curb, leaving no nail heads cxposrd to the weather.
don' t
\\hen •he gl.1ss is bedded in good putty and properly glazed, these Skylights are more reliable a~alnst leakage than when made by any o t her plan of construction.
We guuantec our Skylight frJm cs to be of the best ma1crial and workmanship, very strong, neatly fitted and soldered. The frames arc made to fit over wood curbs. The ou tside me as-
ureme nts or th e wood c urb and the thickne ss of the wood used must always be given ua to insure a neat fit. We do not furnish wood curbs.

HIPPE D. No. P-l,92, DOUBLE PITCH. No . P-193.

DOUBL E PI T CH W ITH VENTILATORS. No. P-194. SINGLE PITCH. No. P-1915.

HIPPED TURRET, WITH STATIONARY LOU V E R S . N o. P- 196, HIPPED TURRET, WITH RIDGE VENTILATOR AND MOVABLE SASHES, No.P-197.
Give measurement outside of curb, and t hickness of curb.

PRICE LIST OF SKYLIGHTS.


Cut Showing Detail of Construct i o n. Hipped Hipped
SIZE. T urret. Turrrl.
No. 196. No. 197.
3 X 3 fL ,_,., _, ...... . _, s 7 74 s 5 91 s 5 94 s 6 24 s 5 34
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3 X 4 fL .... ......... .
3 x 5 ft ... ........ ...... . ,20..5s s"a7"86
3 x 6 ft ................. . 10 80 9 i2 9 72 10 32 8 64 23 76 43 20
4 x 4 ft ................. . 9 60 8 64 8 64 9 30 7 68 21 12 38 40
4 x 5 ft ................. . 12 00 10 80 10 80 11 52 9 60 26 40 48 00
4 x 6 ft .............. " .. H 40 12 96 12 96 JS 65 11 52 28 56 50 16
·1 x 'ft ............ ..... . 16 80 15 12 15 12 16 14 13 44 32 28 56 04
·Ix 8 ft ........ . " ...... . 19 20 17 28 17 28 18 30 15 96 36 00 61 92
5 x 5 ft ......... ... .... . 15 00 13 50 13 50 14 10 12 00 29 10 52 50
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21 00 1890 1890 1980 1680 3732 63 00
2·1 00 21 60 21 60 22 56 l!l 20 41 88 69 15
5 x 9 ft .... ... ......... .. 27 00 24 30 24 30 25 32 21 60 46 14 76 38
5 x 10 ft ... ... ........... . 30 00 27 00 27 00 28 14 2 ~ 00 50 40 E2 80
5 x 11 ft ................ . ~oo ~w ~w aon wm MOO u ro
6 x f, ft .. ......... .... .. 21 60 19 44 19 4-1 20 10 17 28 38 16 64 20
ti x 7 ft ....... ......... .. ~W ~~ ~28 23~ ~00 020 ~ M
f, x 8 ft .. ....... ........ . 2g 80 25 92 25 92 26 91 23 04 47 76 82 89
11x 10ft. .............. .. . ~oo u~ 32~ 3360 28M ~ u ~ 80
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6x 12ft. ..... .......... .. 38M 3888 ~w ~M ~«
ll x H ft ................. . f>O 40 4:; 36 45 36 46 80 40 32 70 20 121 80
A-Cap. B-S..h 11.r. D- Conden•ation .Gutter. 7 x 10 ft. ............... . 42 00 37 80 37 80 38 AA 33 60 66 co 105 60
C-Glass. P-Purty. 7 x 12 ft ................. . 50 40 41i 36 45 36 46 80 40 32 78 12 112 32
~" 14 ft. .... ............ . ll7 _20~~~--'6~0_4~8'--~~~f~;::...:4~
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Q U R GUAR ANTEE All itood' shown in this catalogue arc guaran- F. 0. B. Cincinnati. Above prices incl u de~ inch Ribbed Glass packed in srparatc cases.
teed to be perfectly sat1,factorv, exact Iv as rcp- Prices on any other kind or thickness of glass quoted special on receipt of specifications. \V c make
rrwnted . If not found 10, we p•y the freight both ways and refund your money Immediately. all kinds of Skylights; can furnish special designs of any size promptly and at lowest prices
THE PEASE C O ., CINCINNATI . OHIO, V. S . A .

W E this
present belo w a p ortion of our mammoth line of CJ1-.-a.rol1 F"t.:1..r11f t:"t.:1..re. Of course it is imposs ible for us to handle
entire subject in thi s ca t alogue, and to those who d o not fi nd what is wanted in the following designs, we would say, send us
rough sketches of your requirements, giving us all possible information, an d we will be pleased to get you up special sketches and estimate
com ple te o f anything in this line. All prices below are based o n O a k o r w oods of equal value.

Body Style A. Body Style B. Body Style C.


Flat Back a.ud Seat. Curved Back and Flat Seat. Curved Back and Seat.

Church PUIJ•it, No. OSS. Church Pulpit, No. 188.


Usual size, top, 20 x 24 in.; Usual size, 24 x 36 in.; Bible top, 18
heigh t, 42 in. Ou r price, x: 22 in.; heigh t to top of Bible top,
$19.98 each. 42 in. Our price, $21 .21> each.

Church Pew Seat, No. P·278. Body Style B.


Our price complete, woodwork fimshed.
8 ft. seat, per lineal foot ..................................................................... $0 98
12 ft. seat, per lineal foot....................................................................... 90
Pew E...11d only, plowed out on inside to receive seat and back ... ......... 2 89

Church Pulpit, No. 288. C hurc h Pulpit, No. 388.


Usual size, 22 x 32 in.; Bible top, Usual size, 24 x 36 in.; Bible top,
18 x 22 in.; height to top of Bible 18 x 22 in.; height to top of Bible
top, 42 in. Our price, $ 22.li:t top, 4:2 iu. Our price, $23.3S
each. each.

Chu;rcb Pew Seat. No. P 478. Body Style 0


c.
Our price, complete, woodwork fini,,,hed.
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Pew End only, plowed out on inside to receive seat and back ............ 2 25
l
Church Railing, No. P-098.
Railing (including balusters}, per lineal foot .. ...... ... $0 49
Posts only, each ....... .. .. . •................ . ... . .... 2 25

Church Pew Seat. No. 968. Body Style A.


Our price, complete, woodwork fini shed. .
$1
8 ft. seat, per lineal foot ................................................................ ..... . 09
12 ft. seat, per lineal foot...... ............................. ................................... . 1 01
Church Railing, No. P·l 98.
Pe\v End only, plowed out on inside to receive seat and back ........... 2 14 Railing (including b alusters ) , pe r linea l foot. .... .... . . $0 57
Posts only, each ..... ..... .......... .. ...... 2 8 1

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Church R ailing, N o. P ·29S.
Church Pew ~eat, No. 078. Rody Style B. R ailing (including balusters), per lineal foot .......••• . $0 84
Our price, complete, woodwork finished. Posts only, each. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 38
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Pew End only, plowed out on inside to receive seat and back ............ 3 00
Above prices are based on OAK (or woods of equal value) finished made of Pine or Po plar, d educt 10 percent. If finish ed i n o il
With one coat of filler and two coats of varnish, and furnished complete
With all hardwe.re. and varnish, add 20 p ercen t.
,,. 'J'll E PE ASE CO. , CINCIXNATI, 01110, U. S. A .

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,, .• >od, so that the stairwork will reach you in the same bright condition that it leaves O~K
t: t.1cton. ';,\ e can save you 50 percent on Stairwork.
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