presenting our Spring Catalogue for 1896, we feel sure its pages
will be of interest to all purchasers of Folding Chairs. We show
in this catalogue one of the most complete lines, in this class
of goods, shown by any firm in the United States.
We were first to introduce, in the perfect slat
for camp-chair seating, a seat which at once recommended itself
to all who use chairs that are sometimes exposed to moisture.
In this catalogue we show you, for the first
time, an improved way of putting on carpet or plush seats, to
avoid the use of gimp or nails on the seat surface, and, at the
same time, have so constructed the seat that the material used
cannot possibly loosen or sag.
With our extensive experience in this line of
work, and our unequaled facilities in the way of new and
expensive machinery, specially adapted to our purpose, we are
able to produce Folding Chairs for Halls, Churches, Societies,
and Undertakers' uses, of a superior quality and finish, and at
prices as low as corresponding grades can possibly be offered.
We do not aim to manufacture the cheapest chair
on earth, but we do propose to give to our customers the best
values for their investment, quality being considered.
Respectfully, ACME Chair Company
C. D. SCHERMERHORN,