National Geographic : 1919 Oct
=-- CONSERVATION Every railroad tie, every telegraph pole, every fence post, every stick of timber that comes in contact with the ground would soon rot away if it wasn't so treated as to protect it from decay. Wood preservatives therefore play a conspicuous part in conserving the properties of railroads, telegraph companies and individuals. The New Jersey Zinc Company, with its Zinc Chloride, a wood preserv ative of the highest order, is contributing largely to such conservation. To the same end our Metallic Zinc is protecting wire and iron ware from rust by galvanizing, and our Zinc Oxides are adding to the weather-resistance S of paint of all kinds. Our seventy years of experience, extensive ore producing; properties, resources and facilities give us every advantage in meeting the needs of manufacturers who require Zinc in any form. THE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY, 160 Front Street, New York ESTABLISHED 1848 CHICAGO: Mineral Point Zinc Company, 1111 Marquette Building PITTSBURGH: The New Jersey Zinc Co. (of Pa.). 1439 Oliver Building Manufacturers of Zinc Oxide, Slab Zinc (Spelter), Spiegeleisen, Lithopone, Sulphuric Acid, Rolled Zinc Strips and Plates, Zinc Dust, Salt Cake and Zinc Chloride The world's standard for Zinc products "M ew Jersea y "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"