National Geographic : 1934 Apr
"Ha", chuckled the man who got his paint job out of the wrong bucket, "I'm $50 ahead." Now, his paint job which cost $125 is all through. And before repainting, he has to pay $75 for burning off what's left of his "cheap" paint . . . a total of $200. And his neighbor? After 4 years, his paint . . Dutch Boy White-Lead . . . is still good. He paid $175-less than $44 a year up to now. He'll pay for no burning and scraping. Because Dutch Boy does not crack and scale. Instead, it resists the weather - wears down stubbornly by gradual chalking, which leaves a perfect surface for new paint. See a Dutch Boy painter. He mixes Dutch Boy to meet the requirements of your job and tints it to the exact color you specify. No one knows paint like a painter. The booklet at right shows how to order your painting job out of the right bucket! Send for it. Address Dept. 141, nearest branch. DUTCH BOY WHITE - LEAD (^fwc /eutf 6 ffie dfct0 NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY 111 Broadway, New York; 116 Oak St., Buffalo; 900 West 18th St., Chicago; 659 Freeman Ave., Cincinnati; 820 West Superior Ave., Cleveland; 722 Chestnut Street, St. Louis; 2240 24th St., San Francisco; National-Boston Lead Co., 800 Albany St., Boston; National Lead & Oil Co. of Penna., 316 4th Ave., Pittsburgh; -IN. John T. Lewis & Bros. Co., Widener Bldg., Philadelphia. .t".