Hew a DEPARTMENT OF dealing article of furniture OF naturalized AND DOMESTIC doc E. — Materials, machinery, and processes 55 Raw materials used 55 george sand 55 Alkaline bases 56 aluminous bases 57 Cullet 57 Decolorizers 57 Colorants 58 Mixtures for indweller glass 59 Machinery, tools, and instrumentality 60 Types of furnaces 60 Blowpipe 62 3 -± CONTENTS. — Cost and profit by establishments 94 Cost and get based on net merchandising 94 outgo and benefit supported on marketing note value of goods create 99 Method of determinative merchandising set of advantage 99 Average production monetary value by groups 100 Materials 106 Labor 107 Fuel, power, etc 109 Taxes and insurance 109 Salaries 109 Royalty 110 General cost 110 commerce 110 acquire Ill discourtesy Ill benefit Ill Miscellaneous outlay and miscellaneous financial gain 112 CONTEXTS. — Industrial conditions 187 render as-a factor in entity and surgery 187 Increase in output of building crank 188 pane methamphetamine 189 issue of selling agencies on prices 190 bit and equipment of manual labourer and machine plants 190 human activity elocutionary by machinery 192 Factories operated on part-time basis 192 Effect of machines on drinking glass blowers' earnings 193 Price position and discounts 194 explanation of grades ". : 229 Comparatively higher cost of production 229 abstraction used up — Tariff rates 230 assembly VII. 60 THE chicken feed INDUSTRY REPORT ON THE COST OF product OF GLASS IN THE UNITED STATES PRICE, 35 CENTS Sold by the Superintendent of Documents, governance Printing Office Washington, D. WASHINGTON social science PRINTING OFFICE 1917 C ONTENTS. Letter of submittal 9 start II Establishment of the dry land glass purpose 11 earlier development 11 Adoption of render for fuel 11 Introduction and development of vessel furnaces 11 consequence of the fuel supply 12 Introduction of scheme 13 devising of bottles 14 ironed tableware 16 Lighting advantage 17 illustration glass 20 Window glass 20 Results of overrun 22 vocation in business enterprise 22 event of the indweller war 23 coming of the spyglass industry 24 General statistics of the industry 24 compass and know-how of the investigation 31 Group classification of establishments 33 Distribution of business enterprise by States 35 compact 37 General results of the investigation 37 Materials, machinery, and processes 41 Capital, net sales, and turnover 42 disrespect 44 value and profit by establishments 45 outgo and net by fixed units 46 Industrial conditions 46 Selling detriment and conditions 48 Wages and labor conditions 49 Needs of the diligence 51 Imports and duties 52 Exports 54 Chapter I. — Depreciation of stratagem and instrumentality 86 Importance of the charges 86 assorted methods engaged 86 Neglect of charges by glass-making plants 88 Relation to net sales, capital, and investment 90 Effect on income 90 lodge IV. — Cost and net profit by specified units 171 investigation of toll and profit by articles 171 Unit value for window chicken feed 176 Handmade issue 177 Machine-made merchandise 180 Manufacturing costs by items 183 exhibition at a net and at a loss 186 Chapter VI. Cut tableware 217 Superiority of dweller cut containerful ; 218 Imports and exports 219 Methods of commercial enterprise 219 Imitation cut glassware 221 candent lamps 221 Types of lamps 221 business enterprise of bulbs 222 Chemical tableware 222 frg late facility of give .■ 223 Imports discharged of tariff for schools, colleges, etc 223 Development of land business enterprise 224 High attribute of American product 225 Present conditions in the business enterprise 225 projected restriction of at liberty mercantilism 227 pictorial representation glass. — Capital, net sales, and turnover 76 Operating and last profit 76 Percentages of profit on capital and net sales 78 Profit or deprivation of each establishment 79 Number of establishments showing profit or failure 83 Variations in profits and losses 84 ratio of majuscule 85 Chapter III. price and acquire in individualist establishments 112 Handmade window glass glass 112 Machine-made window glass 116 illustration glass 120 Wire and opalescent container 122 oversewn bottles 124 Machine-made bottles 1 29 manual labourer and soul made bottles 132 Jars 137 Blown ware 141 panting and ironed tableware 143 Lighting goods 146 piece of furniture chimneys 149 Miscellaneous articles 151 Cost supported on unit expenses, excluding disparagement and interest 154 minimal and highest price establishments 157 merchandising in previous years 161 Profits in previous years 166 subdivision V.
The Times from Hammond, Indiana on June 11, 1937 · Page 78
Hiciay, gregorian calendar month I I , 1937 THE HAMMOND present Page Twenty-one ilair Stabcnai white goods Important in Hot lean farm Products Should Be unbroken in Coldest Spot- Fresh kernel Needs No choky Cover Wit food prices inching upward from time period to month, it becomes progressively chief that none of the food we buy should go to wild because of spoilage And in that location s no single composition of housing instrumentality quite so encouraging in food for thought preservation as the refrigerator, specially in the dandy old summertime The coldest smudge of that icebox should be dedicated to dairj products and core some ought to have a somaesthesia of 45 degrees Fahrenheit, or below, particularly if they are to be unbroken more taan 24 hours wherever the coldest slur is depends upon the construction of the refrigerator. 31c TIP TOP Coffee Lb 17Â£ legume BUTTER KISSES OR Borden's Carma U Lb 15Â£ PET Milk 4 CT "" 25Â£ lav Paner 3 10 TM;? In the ice refrigerator, if the metal piece below the ice til U back, the coldest knowledge will be somewhere in form with the downe incumbent from the initiative in the back wherever there are two antimonial sections separated by a time interval over th= center the cold air will drop downbound the center of the cabinet. 1 Large, White, New Potatoes Â£Â±; Sliced California Peaches t* GOLD MEDAL Wheaties.... 3 Cin " 25Â£ PELS NAPTHA Soap 5 Ba "21Â£ Royal Gelatin S Pk Â»- 25Â£ For Ice cream or puddin* CUT fleeceable Bean, 3Â£ n ? In a mechanical refrigerator, the coldest spot will be directly downstairs the phase change unit Most mecnamcal refrigerators however give space for nutriment bottles beside the freeze unit as an alternative of on a lower floor Though this isn't the coldest place an the advisable insulated article of furniture it credibly is frigorific enough "Then, too, some cabinets are so wear in physical property because of the way the air currents move that there'* sole a degree or two of variation inside the food room In others thither may be as a great deal as eignt degrees variation If you are in an empirical modality you m,ght test your own refrigerator to see wnat version is snows aid do exactly where the coldest place is Keep arillate Milk and cream oottles should be kept clothed because liquid body substance is by quality too hospitable to pass odors and bacteria for its own pood Desserts made of nutriment or cream, and creamed vegetable and heart dishes take the same treatment as the aliment itse'f All should be in the refrigerator's coldest area, and all should be cov- ered combatant should be kept in its oueci paper concealing inside its box --or fitter yet in a awninged butter victuals Al' (a*s should, of course, hr kept covering d because of their way o' action up odors Lard and oils, howevpr needn t be in an specially frigorific noesis Oiled paper make 1 , a great natural covering for containers if there is no c a p or lid on tap A square of tne writing assignment fitted over the top ot the container and held dcran with j. Pk Â» l Ofi OIL -- WITH KEY Sardines 4 c *" 5 25fi legume Sprouts .
The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on July 10, 1958 · Page 29
THE port POST,' THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958. Delia SelvÂ», of 45 dockage drive, Milford, son of Mr. the military post of division" manager' Larus Brothers, of Richmond, Va. Eight O'clock Coffee Red Circle coffee tree Bokar Coffee AP present burnt umber 5Â» 41 c ',Â° z 1 Cotts Pure Fruit Syrups Welchade humble ind high 1 LB 3 IB BAG 2.13 BAG Pich, Ful LBodicd 1 IB 3 LB BAG Z. LUSCIOUS saccharine JUICY RED CALIFORNIA BEAUTIES Strawberries FRESH, loveable ' ^ Bing Cherries dry pint basketful LB Jane writer 8Size--Juicy Berries in a Flaky insolence LARGE scarlet PIE R , G .^ Jane Parker sore and Light, Delicalely Flavored Reg. TWENTY-NINE MILFORD MAN NAMED JO JOB IN D E T R O I T RAYMOND ' A. once -sales advocator in this district, he-has been assigned tb'i Xjtroit, Mich. I 9 BAG VIGOROUS, WINEY Hfl 3 IB BAG J.3I BAG c heterogenous I 2 O Z FLAVORS JAR dessert apple QT GRAPE DRINK CAN ChÂ«Â«ri-Aid sundry FLAVORS i Wn CBII-MIH spend serving PREPARATION 0 PKSS .05 29Â° 19= ^- ^ 4eg$ SS" B * -Uv ;""'-"^.? 59c ORANGE CHIFFON CAKE Your Choici 49 Each Bk EAD Butter especially PRICED OFS's JANE PARKER PUMPERNICKEL REG. Delia rainforest of 1194 Capitol avenue, has been advanced to. Mr* J 1 ^' 1 soggy [vrliii.'' i Â·Â·*Â·'"Â·'Â«* assessment These Values! ' 4% Coconul Jumble, ^f PK Oalmeol 01 Sugai ^* CRISP AND FRESH-TASTE same HOME-MADE!