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One of the Many Wonderful New Effects
Any decorator can adorn your walls with the striking and unusual beauty of this tasteful craftsmanship and at a cost that will surprise you with its moderation,
Why MAPLE outwears STONE
Every shoe in the thousands that strike a stone sill, grinds off its toll of fine particles in an unchanging friction. But Maple builds up its own resistance to wear, because each passing foot increases the polish on this hard-fibred, tightgrained wood, making it smoother and smoother.
That is why Maple surpasses all other woods and all other materials for flooring. Because of its individual characteristics, architects specify and users adopt this wood for every home, office, school, church, apartment, public or industrial building.
Wherever wear is essential or beauty desired-floor with Maple. And to be sure of the grade and quality you should have, use flooring produced according to the rigid inspection standards of the Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association.
Thus you get the flooring made from the climate-hardened, slow-growth Maple of Michigan and Wisconsin-the source of the world's finest Maple for floors. Since Maple is graded primarily by appearance, you can get a serviceable Maple floor which fits any need of present economy as well as long-run saving. Retail lumber dealers can show you the possibilities of beautiful surface finish, offered by Maple and its kindred woods, Beech and Birch. Your architect will verify every fact we have told to you.
MAPLE FLOORING MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION 1039 Stock Exchange Building, Chicago
The letters MFMA on Maple,
ing rules which economically conserve every particle of this remarkable wood. This trademark is for your protection. Look for it on the flooring you use.
Floor with Maple
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