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AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY 



COPYRIGHTED 1912 

BY THE AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY 

JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY 



ORIGINATOR OF TYPE FASHIONS 

AMERICAN 

SPECIMEN 

BOOK OF 

TYPE STYLES 



Complete 

Catalogue of Printing Machinery 

and Printing Supplies 



1912 



American Type Founders 
Company 

EVERYTHING FOR THE PRINTER 



AmericanType Founders Co. 



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Largest Type Foundry in the World 



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Selling Houses 

BOSTON 

270 Congress Street 

NEW YORK 
Rose and Duane Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
1 7- 1 9 South Sixth Street 

RICHMOND. VA. 

1320 East Franklin Street 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
213-215-217 Guilfora Avenue 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 
45 North Division Street 

PinSBURGH, PA. 
323 Third Avenue 

CLEVEUND, OHIO 
1 5 St. Clair Avenue, N. E. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 
1 24-1 26- 1 26 East Sixth Avenue 

CHICAGO, ILL. 
210 West Monroe Street 

DETROIT, MICH. 
43-45 W. Congress Street 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 
Ninth and Walnut Streets 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 
419-423 Fourth Street, South 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

602 Delaware Street 

DENVER, COLO. 
1621 Blake Street 

PORTLAND, ORE. 
92-94 Front Street 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 
620-822 Mission Street 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 
Homer and Helmcken Streets 

SEATTLE, WASH. 
3 1 7 Second Avenue, South 

SPOKANE, WASH. 
Sprague Avenue and Browne Street 

LOS ANGELES, CAL. 
121 North Broadway 

DALLAS, TEXAS 
2024-2026 Commerce Street 



Selling Agents 

NEW YORK CITY 

Conner, Fendler & Co. 

96 Beekman Street 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

Dodson Printers Supply Co. 

55 South Forsyth Street 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Milwaukee Printers Supply House 

125 Second Street 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Robert Rowell Company 

441 West Main Street 

NEW ORLEANS, U. 

E. C. Palmer & Company, Ltd. 

433 Camp Street 

TORONTO. CANADA 

Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd. 

MONTREAL, CANADA 
Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd. 

WINNIPEG, CANADA 
Toronto Type Foundry Co., Lid. 

CALGARY. CANADA 
Toronto Type Foundry Co. Ltd. 

MELBOURNE, AUSTRAUA 
S. Cooke, Proprietary, Ltd. 
225 Queen Street 

LONDON, E.C., ENGLAND 

Linotype & Machinery. Ltd. 

188 and 189 Fleet Street 

CITY OF MEXICO. D. F.. MEXICO 
National Paper & Type Co. 
7a De Nuevo Mexico 122 

GUADALAJARA, MEXICO 

National Paper & Type.Co. 
183 Avenida Colon 

MONTERREY. N. L., MEXICO 

National Paper & Type Co. 

DrMierNo. 107 

HAVANA. CUBA 

National Paper & Type Co. 

Calle O'Reilly No. 46 

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., U. S. A. 

National Paper & Type Co. 
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TO THE PROGRESSIVE PRINTER 

The contents of the American Specimen Book of Tyi)e Styles represent 
the fruits of the constant policy of the American Type Founders Companv 
to design and manufacture Type Faces and Decorative Materials which 
hroaden the printers' fichi of profits by thoroughly satisfying the buyers 
of printing and increasing the use and popularity of printed salesmanship. 



THE DECISIVE CRITICS OF TYPE FACES 

It may not be proper that we praise the beauty, symmetry, dignity, at- 
tractiveness and serviceability of the type designs of the American Type 
Founders Company; such praise may he suspected of bias, and adds no 
value to the type faces; but both the American Type Founders Com- 
panv and the printers must defer to the opinions of the ultimate, decisive 
critics of type faces the customers of the printers. The verdict of the 
buyers of printing is indicated by the almost exclusive use in the better 
class of commercial and periodical printing of type faces originated by 
the American Type Founders Company. To say that any printed work 
or advertisement is excellent and attractive is usually equivalent to saying 
that it is set in type made by the American Type Founders Company. 



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PROFITABLE vs. UNPROFITABLE TYPES 

This Specimen Book contains no item which has outlived its useful- 
ness and profitableness. Another specimen book as big as this one might 
be compiled of type faces which were in regular demand a few years ago, 
but which cannot now be used profitably. Not the least service tne 
American Type Founders Company has rendered to the printers is that 
of discarding hundreds of series of type faces which do not conform to 
the present higher standard of typographic taste which has been created 
and fostered by the "Originator of Type Fashions." 

If original and good type designs do not attract new business to the 
printer it is waste of time to produce them. If printers were restricted 
to the use of the old-fashioned type faces current at the beginning 
of this century the buyers of printing would now, as they did then, 
restrict their expenditures to the obviously necessary kinds of printing. 
The great expansion of the printing business began when printed sales- 
manship was made attractive and dignified and convincing by the original 
type designs of the American Type Founders Company. The commercial 
world took up the use of the great dominating type designs with the 
same alacrity with which it welcomed the telephone as a substitute for the 
messenger boy, and for the same reasons, better results and more profits. 
The narrow, old-fashioned superstition that the buyers of printing should 
be kept in ignorance of type faces is rapidly being superseded by 
a policy of advertising the printers' chief business-producing asset, 
well-selected type faces. To buy new type faces for the purpose of re- 
taining, attracting and increasing business is as obviously necessary in 
the printing plant as a new stock of wares is necessary to maintain the 
prestige of any other dealer in merchandise. The printer who uses type 
faces made by the American Type Founders Company ranges 
himself with a great majority of the successful printers. 



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TYPE DESIGNING DEPARTMENT ' ^^^' 

The upper picture on page nine shows a section of the main Type 
Designing Room, in which the designs of the various members of tne 
great type families are first worked out on paper, and then by ingenious 
mechanical devices transformed into metal patterns by a method, first used 
by the American Type Founders Company, which has revolutionized the 
art of producing patterns and matrices for casting types. ^ ///ll\\\j 

After the patterns are prepared they are used on the Benton Matrix 'i (Mw 
Cutting Machines shown in tne lower picture on page nine. These ma- S Ky 

chines cut the matrices into the solid metal with a degree of accuracy 
impracticable by the hand processes which these machines have made 
obsolete in the Central Plant. These matrix cutting machines, and the 
machines for sharpening the cutters and measuring the work, are made 
and used exclusively by the American Type Founders Company. 

The various inventions used in this department have made matrix- tj 
making an almost infallible science, where before it was the least scientific 3 

of type-making processes. In this connection the fact of real importance H 

to the printer is that these inventions have considerably improved the 3 

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TYPE CASTING DEPARTMENT S mE 

It would recpiire a fair-sized volume to illustrate and describe all the a ^,(§>/ 

departments of the Central Plant. We pass with a bare mention the Depart- 
ments of Mould-making, of Brass Types and of Casting Machine Building 
and Repairs; the Matrix Vault, the Power House with its Electric Gener- 
ating Plant, the Metal House, the Chemical Laboratory, the Shipping 
Department (illustrated on page eleven), and last, though not least, the 
extensive Specimen Printing Department in which this Specimen Book 
was printed. 

On page ten will be found views of two Type Casting Bays, and a 

Eicture of the Barth Automatic Casting Machine made and used exclusively 
y the American Type Founders Company. There are six of these bays, 
each a large-sized type foundry in itself, lighted and ventilated on all sides 
and in the roofs. Each Barth Automatic Type Casting Machine requires 
electricity for power, gas for melting the metal, cold water for cooling 
the mould, and cooled air for regulating the temperature; and all the •] (^ [^ 

conduits for supplying these forces are under the floor. S ll^ 

In addition to the six Casting Bays, a section of the main floor more 
than thirty feet wide and extending one-half the width of the front of the 
building and two-thirds of the length of the building is occupied by vari- ij ^\y^ 

ous steam and hand casting machines, dressing machines, kerning machines S ^/^ 

and by various hand processes used in making type. " K\Ml!wl 

THE DIVIDING DEPARTMENT 

The upper picture on page eleven is a view in the Main Dividing Room, 

which extends almost the entire length of the building. Above this room 

there is another Dividing Room of nearly the same extent. The Dividing 

Rooms are splendidly lighted and systematically arranged to take care 

of the product of the casting machines in adjoining rooms. 

Millions of pounds of type are handled here annually. 




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AMERICAN TYPE FAMILIES 

The American Type Founders Company originated the policy of de- 
veloping its dominating type designs into extensive type families. The 
printers were quick to appreciate the economy and other great advantages 
of purchasing related series as compared with the purchase of the same 
numher of unrelated series. The related family series produce harmonious 
effects and may alwavs be successfully used together in one composition. 
The addition of anotner related family series to previous purchases of the 
same familv strengthens, freshens, reinvigorates and adds additional value 
to the previous purchases. This Specimen Book contains a splendid collec- 
tion <>t Type Families and it is the policy of the American Type Founders 
Company to constantly add to the members of its many successful Type 
Families. 

A COMPENDIUM OF TYPOGRAPHIC STYLE 

A large proportion of the series shown in this Specimen Book are 
displayed in colors, with suitable decorative effects. These compositions 
are intended to be educational, not only to printers but to their customers. 
They are not printed so much to please as to profit. The aim has been 
to make this Specimen Book a gold mine for tne printers, knowing that 
their prosperity is the prime essential to the prosperity of the American 
Type Founders Company. 

The American Specimen Book of Type Styles is expected to be the 
printers' Typographic Guide Book, a source of profit and inspiration, a 
chief aid toward achieving good reputation and success in business. 

THE CENTRAL PLANT 

The major part of the type sold by the American Type Founders 
Company is made in the Central Plant, photographically illustrated on 
page eight. This building is entirely devoted to the manufacture of types 
and brass rules, for which purposes it was carefully and specially designed. 

While it is a fact that the Central Plant is the most extensive type 
foundry in existence, none other nearly approaching it in size, the Amer- 
ican Type Founders Company prides itself less on this fact than on the 
fact more important to its customers, that in every detail, small and large, 
the machines, the tools, the gauges and the manufacturing processes are 
perfected to a degree unknown in the typefounding art as recently as ten 
vcars ago. Types were never before made so accurately or of such good 
quality as those now produced by the American Type Founders Company. 

DISTRIBUTION OF PRODUCT 

The staff and working force at the Central Plant do not deal directly 
with the buvers, but witli the various Branches of the Company doing 
business in tne various locations pictured on the four pages in this section 
of the catalogue and with agents in Europe, Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Central 
and South America and other countries. In each of these Branch Houses 
all the resources of the American Type Founders Company are available. 

No printer is at any disadvanta«;e on account of location. At no g ^ 

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INTERIOR VIEWS OF A PART OF THE CENTRAL PLANT OF THE 
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY LOCATED AT NUMBER 
THREE HUNDRED COMMUNIPAW AVENUE, JERSEY CITY, U.S.A. 




A VIEW OF THE MATRIX CinTINC MACHINES 



INTERIOR VIEWS OF A PART OF THE CENTRAL PLANT OF THE 
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY LOCATED AT NUMBER 
THREE HUNDRED COMMUNIPAW AVENUE, JERSEY CITY, U.S. A. 




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PROFITABLE FOR PRINTERS 

Study This Book — ^ is a Gold Mine 
for the Progressive Printer 

IT IS MOST PROFITABLE and important that a PRINTER 
should acquire a thorough knowledge of Good Type Faces. 
Such knowledge is gained only by a careful study of Good 
Type Faces, and never before has there been such an oppor- 
tunity for the effedive study of Good Type Faces as is afforded by 
this book. 

Study this Book page by page. It is not a mere price \\§i, but a 
veritable Encyclopedia of Typographic Styles. Here are the Type 
Faces which have eSablished the typographic fashions, and also 
beautiful examples of how these Type Faces can be used to please 
the Printer's Customers. These examples are not shown in this 
book to beautify it, but to demonSrate to Printers that Extra 
Profits may easily be obtained if the printing is done with Type 
Faces of Extra Quality in their Designs, which impart Extra Quality 
to the Printing. 

Study this Book in the IntereSs of your own Cu^omers. 

After all is said and done, the Printer's work is judged chiefly 
by the Type Faces used in it. A Good Type Face may make poor 
paper and cheap inks passable, but the be^ qualities of papers and 
of inks are incapable of giving even a semblance of quality to 
Printing executed with Type Faces of inferior design. 

Show your cuSomers these beautiful Examples of Printing with 
Good Type Faces. These models will demonstrate to them the 
superior business-attrading power of Printing done with Good 
Type Faces, and persuade them to use More Printing and pay 
Better Prices. 

Study this Specimen Book of Type Styles with the sole objed 
of making it Profitable to yourself. 

American Type Founders Company 



INDEX 



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American Specimen Book of Type Styles 

AND 

CATALOGUE OF PRINTERS' MACHINERY 
AND SUPPLIES 

Subdivided and Alphabetically Indexed as follows : (Index No. 1) Type, Borden, Initials, Ornaments, etc.; 

(Index No. t) Cast and Electnityped Cuts; (Index No. S) Brass Rules, Brass Braces and Dashes, Ovals 

and Circles, Round, Square and Slotted Comers, Cutting and Scoring Rule, etc.; (Index 

No. i) Printers' Machinery, Tools, Miscellaneous Supplies and Wood Composing 

Room Furniture; (Index No. 5) Iron and Steel Printing Office Equipment 



Index No. 1-TYPE. BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS 



/iLBBOTr BORIJKR 

Acanthine Florets 

Accents 

Accents, Piece 
Acme Borders 
Adeata ... 

AdtTPe 

Adtjrpa Border 
Advcr Bonier . 
Adver Condensed 

AovsmisiNa Figures 

ScHea No. 50 

Scries No. 61 

Series No. S3 . 

Series No. M 

Series No. 60 

Series No. «1 

Series No. 62 

Series No. 63 

Series No. 64 

Series Na 65 

Series Na 66 

Series No. 67 

Series Na 68 

Series No. 69 
. Scries No. 70 

Series NaT! 

SeriaNa.r2 

Serin No. 7S 
Aer-:r,' '"-•- 
AU- 
Alt. N.,. ; 

AlU-i,,„u .„,.„,. S<:I ^ 
Alternate Ctothic No. 3 . 
American Extra Condensed 

Amt"-*""" T.,,4i^.,n 

Am. :.«4ders. Brass 

Ani' I i-aders, Metal 

Am.:j Ltiads 

Amencjtn LiniriK System (DisKTsm) . . 

American .Script No. 2, Lininir 

Americsn Thin Spaces 

American Typewriter (Six and Ten Point) 

Antique .No. S24.52fi. Lininir 

Antique No. 62.5. Lining , 
Anti-Tuberculosis Emblems 
Arithmetical Siifna No. 160 
Arlinuton Borders ... 

Armenian 

Army and Navy Cuts ... 
Arrow Ornaments and An«»wv 

Art Borders 

Art Nouveau Border 

Art OrrintnentH .... 
Art • fline Art-tilt>9 , . 

Ar^ -oeni ... 

A«tr. i:n» .... 

AthUtea 

Auxiliaries, Miacellaneoua 
Aaxiliaries for New Ca.ilon 
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. . 1079 
. .1004 
886, 887. 914 
... 914 
1070. J071 
. 934-9M 
. 572-675 
. . . 1030 
. . . 107S 
492. iSS 

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. 1121 
'.121 
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918 
917 
317 
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966 



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... 877 

. 967, 1009 

.929,992 

4. 102S, 1042 

.... 1069 

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416-419 



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>ALLBT Dancers 

Baseball Blanks 

Baseball Fisrures 

Baseball Series No. 1 
Baasball Series No. 2 . 
Baseball Series No. 3 
Basket Pieces, Floral 
Beacon Border .... 
Beacon Ornaments . 
Beardsley Ornaments 

Becker 

Bevele<l Column Rules . 

Bewick Borders 

Bewick Paragraph Marks 

Bewick Roman 

Bill of Fare Cuts . . 

Blair 

Blair Condensed . . . 

Rlanchard 

Blanchard Condensed .... 

Blanchard Italic 

Blanks for Baseball Scares and Engravers 

Bodoni 6 

Bodoni Bold 

Bodoni Book 72-76, 

Bodoni Book Italic . . 

Bodoni Italic 

Bodoni Quotation Marks . . 



PASS 

.1014 
. 990 
. 980 
. 956 
. 964 
956 
996 
.1031 



993 
828 
1112 
1034 
9SS 
194-497 
. .1144 
686,687 
688,689 
630.681 
634.536 
632.683 
. 980 
878-881 
890-I9S 
886, $87 



Body Type 

Bodoni 

Bodoni Book 

Caston Oldstyle No. 640 . 

Century Expanded ... 

Century Oldstyle . . . . 

French OMstyle No. r»2 

Norw<Kxi Roman 

OMstyle No. 523 

Oldatyle No. 650 

Oldstyle No. 679 

Oldstyle No. 681 

Oldatyle No. 683 

Recut Caslon 

Komiin No. 510 

Roman No. .V21 

Roman i^o. 527 

Roman No. 69(1 

Roman No. 59(; 

Roman No. 699 

Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 651 

Scotch Roman 

Wayside 

Body Type Price List . 

Body Type Shown by Series 
Body Type Shown by Sizes . 

Body Type Sundries 

Accented Letters .... 
American Line Leaders . 
Braces and Dashes .... 
Commercial Marks . . . 
Fractions 



. . 8«» 

4S-144 

68-71 

72-76 
116-119 

60-67 
110-116 
142.143 
. 84.85 
134,136 
136. 187 
124-127 
128-131 
132, 133 
120-128 

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94.96 

I3S-I41 

76-79 

. 80, 81 

40 

. .44-143 
43-53. 92-108 

. . 8Sft-8Sl 

886, 887. 914 

.890,891 

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INDEX 



Index No. 1— TYPE, BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS-Co/tfmued 



PAOE 

BoDYTYPESuNDRiES—Conftnued 888-891 

Reference Marks 885, 888. 902 

Spaces and Quads, Price List 41 

Bodv Type Synopsis 44, 46, 96. 97 

Bold Antique 606-609 

Bold Antique Condensed 610-613 

Boldface Fractions 911 

Boldface Italic No. 520. Lining 651 

Boldface No. 520, Lining 661 

Bold Litho 366-369 

Bold Pen Print 792. 793 

Bond Script 847 

Booklet and Catalogue Faces 

Avil 416-419 

Bewick Roman 494-497 

Bodoni 68-71. 378-381 

Bodoni Bold 390-393 

Bodoni Book 72-75, 386. 387 

Bold Litho 366-369 

Bookman Oldstyle 420-423 

Bulftnch 398-401 

Camelot Oldstyle 455 

Caslon No. 540 116-119, 314-319 

Century Bold 264-269 

Century Bold Condensed 274-277 

Century Bold Extended 278-281 

Century Expanded 60-67, 254-259 

Century Oldstyle 110-116. 234-237 

Century Oldstyle Bold 242-247 

Cheltenham Bold 176-181 

Cheltenham Medium 164-169 

Cheltenham Oldstyle 146-149 

Cheltenham Oldstyle Condensed 154-169 

Cheltenham Wide 160-163 

Clearface 282-287 

Clearface Bold 292-297 

Condensed Caslon 342-347 

Condensed Dorsey 438-441 

Condensed MacFarland 476-479 

Delia Robbia 406-409 

De Vinne Roman 604 

Dorsey 434-437 

Dorsey. Light 430, 431 

French Oldstyle No. 562, Lining . 142, 143, 452, 453 

Heavy Caslon 348-353 

Jenson Oldstyle No. 2, Lining 456-459 

Light Litho 370, 371 

Lining Cushing Monotone No. 553 451 

Lining Cushing No. 2 . 460 

Lining Florentine Oldstyle No. 502 .... 584, 585 

Litho Roman 354-357 

MacFarland 470-473 

Meriontype . 402. 403 

NewCaslon 3S2-337 

Pabst Oldstyle 410-413 

Recut Caslon 120-123, 324-327 

Scotch Roman 76-79, 394-397 

Strathmore Oldstyle 614-617 

Winchell 608-511 

Booklet Ornaments 1011 

Bookman Italic 424-427 

Bookman Oldstyle 420-423 

Bookman Ornaments 1007 

Borders 937-1096 

Abbott 1079 

Acme 1070, 1071 

Adtype 1030 

Adver 1075 

Arlington 1079 

Art 1024, 1025-1042 

Art Nouveau 1069 

Art-tiles and Outline Art-tiles 1096 

Art-tile Tint Formers 1096 

Beacon 1031 

Bewick 1034 

Boston Breton Cast Squares 1093 

Bridal 1040 

Brier 1083 

Brockton 10,SO 

Bruce Embellishers 1071 

Bulfinch 1046 

Cast Panel Pieces 1092 

Cast Squares 1094 

Celebration 1086 

Century 1049-1052 

Chap Book 1085 

Chaucer 1036 

Cheltenham 1037 

Cloister 1038 

Colonial 1048 

Curtis 1048 

Dainty Border No. 1 992' 

Delia Robbia 1044 



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Borders— Continued 937-1096 

Dixon 1070 

Easter 1082 

Elite 1041 

Empire 1040 

Firecracker 1043 

Flame 1042 

Flemish 1066 

Floral No. 1 1083 

Floral No. 2 1083 

French Cast Squares 945 

Gait 1069 

Graphic 1077 

Gray 1066 

Grille 1084 

Herald 1079 

Holiday 1053-1065 

Holly 10.56 

Hylite 992' 

Indian 1066 

Inland 1057-1064 

Klondike 1031 

Knickerbocker 1045 

Laurel 1028 

Linear 1080 

Linear No. 2 1021 

Magazine 1072 

Manila 1071 

Meadow 1085 

Mercantile 1073 

Monotone 1032 

Myrtle 1041 

Navajo 1032 

Newspaper 1018-1020, 1031. 1074 

Old English 1026,1027 

Pabst 1039 

Palm 1041 

Panel 1022, 1023 

Patriotic 1081 

Pointer 1048 

Post 1078 

Primrose 1032 

Rose 1068 

Sansom 1084 

Schuil 992' 

Six Point 1017 

Star 1048 

Strand 1084 

Strathmore 1029 

Stylus 1076 

Swastika 1047 

Swastika Outline 1047 

Tabard 1033 

Teasel 1085 

Thistle 1085 

Three Point 1016 

Times 1072 

Tricky 1067 

Triple Line 1074 

Twelve Point 1017 

Typotect 1021 

Uniform Rule Cast Comers 1096 

Unit 1043 

Versatile 1087-1088,1091 

Versatile Electro 1089, 1090 

Victory 1069 

Wood Type and Borders 1146-1152 

Borders for Holiday Printing 1053-1055 

Boston Breton 640-643 

Boston Breton Cast Squares 1093 

Boston Breton Condensed 544-647 

Boston Breton Extra Condensed 548-551 

Boston Script No. 2, Lining 844 

Bowlers 1012 

Boxhead Gothic 798 

Braces and Dashes No. 1 888 

Braces and Dashes No. 2 892 

Braces, Brass 1124 

Braces, New Metal 892 

Braces, Six Point 892 

Brackets (and Parentheses) 8%-898, 900-901 

Bradley Initials 949 

Brandon and Brandon Gothic . 664, 665 

Brands 930 

Brass Rule (See Braes Ride Index No. 3) 

Brass Type 1132 

Brier Border 1083 

Brockton Borders 1030 

Bulfinch 398-401 

Bulfinch Attractors 960 

Bulfinch Borders 1046 

Burford Initials 940 

Busha Mortised Initials 948 

Busha Ornaments 1006 



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INDEX 



Index No. 1-TYPE, BORr)l!:RS. INITIALS AND OliSAMEtiTS- Continued 



QUaodar Locobrpw 
OunalotOkUtirU 
Gunpaisnan .... 
CanealM Fisurw 
Card Indicator* . . 
Card Mareantile . . 
Card Pips 

Caslon Family 

Cation Italic No. MQ, Unlns 

Cadon No. MO, Lininar . . . 

CaikmText 

Condansad Caslon . 

HaaryCaalon . . 

New Caalon . . . 

New Caslon Italic 

Recut Caslon . . 

Rerut Caslon Italic 
Cast Comers for Rule 
Cast Initiab .... 
Cast Panel Places . 

Cast Squares 

Cast Squares, French 



nt, ST 

. 4H 

lOlS 

. 8U 

660.661 



116-121. 314-663 



Catalogue and Booklbt Paces 

Avil 

Bewick Roman 

Bodoni ... 

BodonlBold 

Bodoni Book 

Bokl Litho 

Bookman Oldstyle 

BulAnch 

Camelot OMstyle 

Caslon No. &40 

Century BoM 

Century Bold Condensed 

Century Bold Extendnl 

Century Expanded 

Century Oldstyle 

Century Oldstyle BoM 

Cheltenham BoM . . 

Cheltenham Medium . . . 

Cheltenham Oldstyle 

Cheltenham Oldittyle Condensed 

Cheltenham Wide 

Clearface .... 

Clearfaca Bold . 

Condensed Caslon . 

Condensed Dorsey 

Condensed McFarland 

Delia Robbia 

DeVinne Roman - . 

Dorsey 

Dorsey. Light . 

French Oldstyle No. 552, Linine , . 

Heavy Caslon 

Jensen Oldstyle No. 2. LininK ■ • . 

LiKht Litho 

Lininir Cushing Monotone No. 666 , 

LininK Cushing No. 2 

Lininir Florentine Oldstyle No, 602 . 

I.ithf> Roman 

MacFarland 

Meriontype . . 

New Casli>n 

Pabst Oldstyle 

Recut Caslon . 

Scotch Roman . . . 

Strathmore Oldstyli' 

Winchell 
Cathedral Text 
Cattle Brands 
Caxton Initials . 

Celebration B.irdor 

Cent and Ter Tent Marks 
Central Antique No, 2, Lining 
Century Border 

Ckv •■■■nr . 



US-llS, 114-819 

.... »14-«16 

641-647 

348-666 

668-341 

120-123. 6M-3I7 

.... 6i»-6n 

... .1016 

987. »40-«4» 

1092 

1094 
. 946 



. . 416-419 
. . 494-497 
1-7L 178-881 



72-75.686,687 

420-413 

:»8-«01 

. 466 

ilfr-119. 314-619 
.... 264-269 

.... 274-277 

.... 278-281 
60-67,264-269 

110-115.284-237 
2-12-247 
176-181 
164-169 
146-149 
154-169 
160-163 
282-287 
292-297 
842-347 
438-441 
476-479 
4(16^109 
. 604 
1.14-437 
430.431 
142. 143. 461. 458 

.... 848-16S 



(^ndensed 
■■•-• tHkI 



( .1.1 

C ,.._ ,„M lull. 

Century Oldstyle Italic 

Chap- Book Borders . 

Chap-Book Cuu 

Chap-Book Directors 



. , . . 870,871 

451 

460 

.... 684.686 

.... 354-867 

.... 470-473 

. . 402.406 

. . 382-337 

. . 410-418 

120-128, 324-327 

76-79, 394-897 

. . 614-617 

. . 608-611 

.820,821 

. . . tao 

. 944 

.1086 
. 899 

622. cn 
. io4»-ioe 

232-281 

204-269 

274-277 

. 278-281 

. 270-278 

60-67,264-269 

. . 280-263 

110-116, 284-287 

.... 242-247 

24»-2M 

as 241 

lUlS 

'.'JO 

'JXV 



98X 

1036 

-1'., H17 

1(112 

14A-231 

176-181 

1H6-189 

t^k Characters 880 

liulic 190-198 



Chap-Book GuMons 
Chaucer Borders 
Chaucer Text 
Chefs and WaiUrn 

Chkltcniiam Family 
Cheltenham Bold 
Cheltenham Bold ("..n.l. n 
Cheltenham B..M C.iii.i.r- 
ChelU-nham Bold Con,!, .,■ 

Cheltenham Bold Exte»dt.d 204-207 

Cheltenham Bold Extra Condensed 194-lW 

Cheltenham Bold Extra C<indensed Title . . 200-208 

Cheltenham Bold Fractions 906 

Cheltenham Bold Italic 162-186 

Cheltenham Bold Outline 208-211 

Cheltenham Extrabold . ... 226-281 

Cheltenham Fractions ..... 906 

Cheltenham Inline . . 212-216 

Cheltenham Inline Extendtni 220-223 , 

Cheltenham Inline Extra Condensed .... 216-219 

Cheltenham lulic 160-1(3 

Cheltenham Medium 164-169 

Cheltenham Medium Italic 170-175 

Cheltenham Oldstyle 146-149 

Cheltenham Oldstyle Condensed 164-169 

Cheltenham Wide 160-163 

Cheltenham Borders 1087 

Chessmen and Checkers 924 

Christmas Ornaments 1016 

Church Text 818, 819 

Cincinnati Initials 943 

Circles, Ovals, Diamonds(Ss« Bran Rule Index No. 3) 
Circular Quads 1222 



Clearface Family . . 

Clearface 

Clearface Bold . . . 
Clearface Bold Italic 
Clearface Gothic . 
Clearface Heavy . . 
Clearface Heavy Italic 



282-318 
282-287 
292-297 
298-301 
310-318 
802-306 
306-309 



Clearface Italic 288-291 

Cloister Black 810,811 

Cloister Borders . 1038 

Collins Florets ... . 1002, 1003 

Colonial Border .... 1048 

Colonials 1010 

Column Rules 1112 

Combination Ornaments No. 63 . 997 

Commerce Ornaments. 54 Point ... . 992 

Commerce Ornaments 36 Point . 992* 

Commercial Gothic ,711 

Commercial Marks. Fractions and References 888. 889 

Commercial Script 840, 841 

Commercial Siirns 896. 896 

Compact 684. 686 

Comparative Sizes Modern Roman Book Typ« , 46-69 
Comparative Sizes Oldstyle Roman Book Type . 98-109 



Compressed Litho 

ComstDck 

Comstock Condensed . . 

Condensed Adver 

Gondanaad Blair 

Condensed Blanchard . - . 
Condailsad Bold Antique .... 
Condensed Boston Breton .... 

Condensed Caslon 

Condensed Cheltenham Bold 
Condensed Cheltenham Bold Italic 
Condensed Cheltenham Oldstyle . 

Condensed Comstock 

Condensed Copperplate Gothic, Heavy 
Condensed Copperplate Gothic, Li^ht 

Condensed CorUtt 

Condensed De Vinne Fractions 

Condensed De Vinne No. 2 

Condensed Dorsey 

Condensed Florentine Bold . . 

Condensed Poster 

Condensed Franklin Gothic 

Condensed Globe Gothic 

Condensed Gothic Fractions No. 1 
Condensed Gothic No. 4, Inland . . 

Condanied Gothic No. 10 

Condensed Gothic No. 521, Lininn 
Condenaad Gothic No. 523, Lininic 



872.378 
780^781 
788. 788 
492.493 
688.689 
684.685 
610-618 
644-647 
842-347 
186-189 
190-196 
154-159 
782.788 
671-673 
670, 672, 673 
MO. 601 
. 907 



578-581 
666-669 

740-748 

766-789 

914 

718 
7W, 761 
734 
736 



Condanied Gothic No. 524, LininK 712, 713 

Condensed Gothic No. 529, Llninit 783 

Condensed Jenscm 462-466 

Condensed Jenson Bold 466-489 

Condensed Latin No. 560. Unins . . 6S4 

Condensed Litho 360-80 

Condensed MacFarland . 476-419 



19 



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Index No. 1— TYPE, BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS- Continued 



PAGE 

Condensed Matthews 588. 589 

Condensed News Gothic 702-705 

Condensed Oldstyle No. B20, Lining 642 

Condensed Oldstyle No. 522, Lining 643 

Condensed Post 522. 523 

Condensed Studley '. . . 482, 483 

Condensed Studley Fractions 909 

Condensed Title Gothic No. 3 736, 737 

Condensed Title Gothic No. 11 732 

Condensed Title Litho 364. 866 

Condensed Title No. 523, Lining 646 

Condensed Title No. 524, Lining 660 

Condensed Title No. 525, Lining 647 

Condensed Title Star Gothic 719 

Condensed Webb 564-667 

Condensed Winchell 612-515 

Contour Pointers 1007 

Copper Alloy Take Slugs 1223 

Copper and Brass Thin Spaces 1131 

Copperplate Gothic Family 670-685 

Copperplate Gothic Bold 683-685 

Copperplate Gothic Italic 682. 684 

Heavy Copperplate Gothic 676-677 

Heavy Copperplate Gothic Condensed . . . 671-673 
Heavy Copperplate Gothic Extended . . . 679-681 

Light Copperplate Gothic 674. 676 

Light Copperplate Gothic Condensed . . . 670. 672 
Light Copperplate Gothic Extended .... 678. 680 

Copperplate, Inland 790, 791 

Copperplate Roman, Lining 663 

Coppers 1014 

Copyright Signs 902 

Corbitt 498, 499 

Corbitt Condensed 600, 601 

Comer Quads, Brass and Metal 1111,1222 

Corners, Brazed Brass (See Brass Goods Index No. S) 

Corners, Cast for Uniform Rule 1095 

Crosses and Stars 931 

Curtis Border 1048 

Curtis Post 7%, 797 

Gushing Antique 618-621 

Gushing Fractions 912 

Gushing Italic No. 2, Lining 450 

Gushing Monotone No. 553, Lining 461 

Gushing No. 2, Lining 460 

Gushing Oldstyle Italic, Lining 446-449 

Gushing Oldstyle No. 2, Lining 442-445 

Cuts and Initials 937-1015 

Cuts, Electrotyped 1142, 1143 

Cutting and Scoring Rule, Steel and Brass .... 1111 

Uashes and Braces 888. 892, 905 

Dashes. Brass {See Brass Rule Index No. 3) 

Dashes, Lining Heavy Face 905 

Date Lines 1136 

Decorative Material 937-1096 

Borders 1016-1091 

Cuts 964-1015 

Initials 937-953 

Definitions and Signs 895 

Delia Robbia 406-409 

Delia Robbia Borders 1044 

Delia Robbia Festoons 1000 

Delia Robbia Initials 937 

Delia Robbia Ornaments 1000 

Delia Robbia Paragraph Marks 933 

Delmonico Chefs and Waiters 1012 

Department Store Initials 945 

De Vinne Condensed Fractions 907 

De Vinne Family 590-606 

De Vinne Roman , 604 

De Vinne Slope 606 

Lining De Vinne Condensed No. 2 594, 595 

Lining De Vinne Extended No. 2 600,601 

Lining De Vinne Extra Condensed No. 2 . 5%, 597 

Lining De Vinne Italic No. 2 598, 599 

Lining De Vinne Italic Outline No. 2 603 

Lining De Vinne No. 2 690-593 

Lining De Vinne Open No. 2 602 

De Vinne Fractions 907 

Dewey Ornaments 1005 

Diagonal Brass Corners 1111 

Diagonal Fraction Marks 892 

Dixon Ornaments 1000 

Domestics 1015 

Doric Fractions 911 

Doric No. 520. Lining 666 

Dorsey 434-437 

Dorsey Condensed 438-441 



PAGE 

Dorsey Italic. Light 432, 433 

Dorsey, Light 430-431 

Druggists 1012 

Dutch Initials 946, 947 

JjJASTER Border 1082 

Efiiciency Printing Plants (See Iron and Steel 
Printing Office Equitrment Index No. 5) 1285-1304 

Egyptian Ornaments 1006 

Election Signs 932 

Electric Ornaments 1001 

Electrotyped Cuts 1137-1144 

Electrotyped Date Lines 1136 

Electrotyped Newspaper Headings 1134, 1136 

Electrotyped Running Titles 1133 

Electrotyped Sub Heads 1133 

Electrotyped Take Slugs 1223 

Elite Border 1041 

Elite Oliver Typewriter 853 

Elzevir Florets 10O4 

Emblems, U. S 1139 

Empire Borders 1040 

End Wood Borders 1160-1162 

Engravers Blanks 930 

Engravers Bold 668, 669 

Engravers Old English 804, 805 

Engravers Old English Bold 806, 809 

Engravers Old English Open 799 

Engravers Shaded 784, 786 

Esperanto 881 

Extended Cheltenham Bold 204-207 

Extended Cheltenham Inline 220-223 

Extended Copperplate Gothic Heavy 679-681 

Extended Copperplate Gothic Light 678-680 

Extended De Vinne No. 2 600, 601 

Extended Globe Gothic 768, 769, 772. 773 

Extended Studley 486. 487 

Extra Condensed Boston Breton 548-651 

Extra Condensed Cheltenham Bold 194-199 

Extra Condensed Cheltenham Bold Title . . . 200-203 

Extra Condensed Cheltenham Inline 216-219 

Extra Condensed De Vinne No. 2 696, 597 

Extra Condensed Florentine Bold 682, 583 

Extra Condensed Franklin Gothic 744-747 

Extra Condensed Globe Gothic 768-771 

Extra Condensed Gothic No. 1 720 

Extra Condensed Miehle 626-fi29 

Extra Condensed Miehle Title 6.30-633 

Extra Condensed News Gothic 706, 707 

Extra Condensed News Gothic Title 708. 709 

Extra Condensed Studley 484, 486 

Extra Condensed Title Gothic No. 12 721 

PiGURES. Advertising 915-923 

Figures, Calendar 886, 925, 928 

Figures, Cancelled 892 

Figures, Outline 917 

Figures, Special 894 

Figures, Time-Table 903 

Firecracker Borders 1043 

Fists 936 

Five Pointed Stars 931 

Flags 1138 

Flags. U. S. Signal 932 

Flame Borders 1042 

Flemish Black 812, 813 

Flemish Borders 1065 

Floral Basket Pieces 996 

Floral Borders No. 1 and No. 2 1083 

Florentine Bold 576,577-580, 581 

Florentine Bold Condensed 578-581 

Florentine Bold Extra Condensed 682, 583 

Florentine Oldstyle No. 602, Lining 684, 585 

Florets, Acanthine 1004 

Florets, Collins 1002, 1003 

Florets, Elzevir 1004 

Florets. Hapgood 1005 

Footnote Indicators 885 

Foot Slugs 1223 

Foreign Faces 869-881 

Foster 662-666 

Foster Condensed 666-559 

Fractions 

Fraction Marks. Diagonal 892 

Fractions. Antique 906. 912 

Fractions, Body Type 889.893.894 

Fractions for Bold Face 911 

Fractions for Cheltenham Bold 906 

Fractions for Cheltenham Oldstyle 906 

Fractions for Condensed Gothic No. 1 914 

Fractions for Gushing 912 



20 



INDEX 



Index Na 1-TYPE, BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENT8-Con<inuerf 



FtLACTiosa— Conlinufl 

rnrtl'iim fi>r IVrir 



f-Sp«cinif 

; .-ci*! 

Kraclioii^, ^^uperior and Inferior 

Fninklin Gothic 

Franklin (tuthic Cond«n»«d . . . - 
Franklin Gotiiir Kxtra Condenwd . . 

French Ca-nt S<]uart-s 

French Old>tylc lulic No. 562. Lining 
French Oldityle No. 662, Lining . . 

FvBNITvmK 

Cotnpuains Room. Etc 

Iron ... 

Ilatal 

QuotaUon 
Revanibic 
Staal . . . 
Wood . . 



VjAEUC 

Gait Borden 

Gekman Faces 

German Full Face 

German ^■'■' '-"' 

Germa: 

Genua!; 

German . . ..- 

Heintxemann . . 

Ihlenburs . . 

Ihlenburg Extende<l 

Schwabacher . - 

Schwabacher No. 2 
German Full Face . . 
German No. 671 ... . 
German Text No. 10 . 
German Title Condenaed No. 160 



■JU 
'.■12 

. '.ni 

t>14 



'.<i:i 
tssii. ss4,9oe-»u 
sn 



n»ed No. 150 






.8M 

738, n* 
740-7« 
7i4-7« 

»46 

464 

142.143,4Si,4n 



. U3S-UIS 

line 
ms 
uts 
ms 

1228 
U68 



, 877 

ion 



■'74 
a7i; 
880 
876 
876 
874 
870 
«71 

(fit 

876 
875 



German Title Extra Condenaed 878 

Glad Handa 1007 

Globe Gothic 764, 766, 788, T6» 

Globe Gothic Bold . . 774-777 

Globe Gothic Bold Italic ... 77S-77> 

Globe Gothic Condensed . . . . 766-Tn 

Globe Gothic Extended 768. 769, 772, 773 

Globe Gothic Extra Condenaad 768-771 

Globe Gothic Fractions 912 

GoUera 968.969,1016 



722, 



Gothics 

Alternate No. 1 . . 
AlUmata No. 2 . . 

Alternate No. S 

American Extra Condensed 

Blair 

Blair Condensed 

Boxbead . . 

Clearfaca 

Commareial . . 

CoBdaaaad No. 10 . . . . 

CoadawMi Title No. 3 . . 

Condansed Title No. 11 . . 

Condenaed Title Star 

Copperplate Bold 

Copperplate Italic 

Extra Condensed No. 1 . . 

Extra Condenaed Title No. 12 

Franklin 

Franklin Condenaed . 

Franklin Extra Condenaed 

Globe 7«. 785. 

Globe Bold . . 
Globa BuM Italic 
Globe Condenaed 

Globe Extended 768. 76». 

Globe Extra Condensed . 788. 

Heairr Copperplate 

Heavy Copperplate Condensed 

Heavy Copperplate Extended 

Herald Extra Condensed 

Inclined . . 



728,726 
724.716 
727. 729 
. . 716 
686,687 
688,689 
798 
310-313 
. . 711 
7S0. 761 
786.787 
. . 782 
. 719 
688-686 



. 720 
. 721 
738.789 
74l>-7a 
744-767 
768,769 
774-777 
776-779 
7«»-769 
772, 778 
77ft 771 
676-677 
671-673 
679-681 
716.717 
763 



Gothics— CSmMiMMd 

Inland Condensed No. 4 

Inland No. 6 . 

Inlaml No. 8 

Light Copperplate 

Light Copperplate Condensed 670, 

Light Copperplate Extended 

Lightline 

Light Litho 

Lining Condenaed No. 621 

Lining Condenaed No. 523 

Lining Condensed No. 524 . . 

Lining Condensed No. 529 . . 

Lining Inclined 

Lining Italic No. 512 

Lining Italic No. 524 

Lining Mid 

Lining Noe. 519, 527, 528. 529 . 

Lining Nos. 620 to 526 

Lining No. 644 

Lining No. 545 

Mercantile 

Mitchell 

Monotone 

Monotone Title 

News 

News Condensed 

News Extra Condensed 

News Extra Condensed Title 

Offset Light Litho . 

Railroad 

Tiroes . 762. 763. 

Times Italic 

Title No. 7 

Title No. 9 

Title Offset Light Litho 

Typo 

Wedding 

Gothic Condenaed Fractions 

Gothic Condenaed Na 4 

Gothic Condensed No. 10 

Gothic Condensed No. 621. Lining 

Gothic Condensed No. 523, Lining 

Gothic Condensed No. 624. Lining 

Gothic Condenaed No. 529, Lining 

Gothic Extra Condensed No. 1 

Gothic Fractions 

Gothic Fractions No. 4 . . . . 

Gothic Inclined 

Gothic Italic No. 512, Lining 

Gothic Italic No. 624, Lining 

Gothic No. 6 

Gothic No. 8 

Gothic No. 519 to 529. Lining 
Gothic No. 520 to 626, Lining 
Gothic No. 544. Lining . . . 
Gothic No. 546, Lining ... 

Graphic Border 

Gray Borders. No. 1 and No. 2 . . 

Greek Heavy Face . . 
Greek Letters .... 

Greek No. 2 

Greek. Porson 

Greek Type 

Grille Border 



. 718 
714 
748. 749 
674-«76 
672, 87S 

668.669 

. 876 

. 184 

. 786 

712. 718 

. . 788 

. . 768 

. 768 

. 768 

78i 

. 711 

. 781 

710 

. 780 



694,696 

686,697 

688-701 

702-706 

706, 7OT 

708.709 

. . 798 

758,759 

756,767 

764-767 

. 714 

760,761 

. . 798 

666,667 

600i691 

. . 907 

. . 718 

760. 761 

. . 784 

736 

712.718 

. . 733 

. 720 

910. 911 

. 911 

768 

. 768 

. . 788 

. . 714 

748. 749 

. 711 

. 781 

. 710 

. 780 

. .1077 

. .1066 

880 



880 



880 

1064 



H. 



Lafgood Florets . ... 1006 

Happy Thoughts 1001 

Heading Condensed 636.637 

Headings for Newspapers (Electrotyped) . 1134. 1136 

Head Rules 1110 

Hearst 688,687 

Hearst Initials 941 

Hearst Italic 638.689 

HeavyCaslon 848-888 

Heavy Copperplate Gothic 676-677 

Heavy Copperplate Gothic Condensed .... 671-678 
Heavy Copperplate Gothic Extended . . . 67iM81 

Heavy Face Dashes No*. 1, 2. 3. 4 906 

Heavy Face Greek 880 

Heavy Face QuoUtlon Marks . 899 

Hebrew h78. 879 

Heintxemann . 874 

Hello CuU . 1009 



Herald Borders 

Herald Extra Condensed 

Hobo Series 

Hoboes 

Holiday Borders ... 
Holidur Deooiaton . 
Holly Borders. ... 
Hylite Borders ... 
Hyphen Leaders 



1079 
716. 717 

. lOU 
1068-10(6 
961-968.1016 
1064.1066 

. . .9lf 
880 



21 



INDEX 



Index No. 1— TYPE, BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS- Co/i«nucd 



I PAGE 

HLENBUBG 870 

Ihlenburg Extended 871 

Illustrations and Definitions of Siffns 895 

Imitation Typewriter Faces 849-868 

Imprints 897 

Imprint Matrices 897 

Improved Calendar Figures 926, 927 

Improved Metal Braces and Dashes 892 

Inclined Gothic 763 

Index Cuts 936 

Indian Borders 1056 

Indicators, Footnote 885 

Industrial Ornaments, 54 Point 992 

Industrial Ornaments, 36 Point 992" 

Inferior and Superior Letters and Figures .... 894 
Information for Buyers 40-42 

Initials 

Bradley 949 

Busha 948 

Caxton 944 

Cincinnati 943 

Delia Robbia 937 

Department Store 945 

Durford 940 

Dutch 846, 947 

Hearst 941 

Jenson 948 

Missal 944 

Renaissance Mortised 951 

Schoefter 942 

Sectional 953 

Squares 949, 952 

Strathmore Mortised 960, 951 

Versatile 938, 939 

Versatile Mortised 949 

Wood Cut Mortised 952 

Initial Squares, Mortised 952 

Initials— Two Color 

Burford 940 

Busha Mortised 948 

Cincinnati 943 

Delia Robbia 937 

Department Store 945 

Hearst 941 

Renaissance Mortised 951 

Sectional Initial Formers 953 

Strathmore Mortised 950, 951 

Versatile 938, 939 

Versatile Mortised 949 

Wood Cut Mortised 952 

Initial Squares, Mortised 952 

Inland Borders 1057-1064 

Inland Condensed Gothic No. 4 718 

Inland Condensed Gothic No. 10 760, 761 

Inland Copperplate 790, 791 

Inland Extra Condensed Gothic No. 1 720 

Inland Gothic No. 6 714 

Inland Gothic No. 8 748, 749 

Inland Gothic Nos. 1 and 8 Fractions 910 

Ionic Fractions 914 

Ionic Fractions No. 122 914 

Ionic No. 522, Lining 625 

Iron and Steel Printing Office Equipment 1285-1304 

J ENSON Bold Condensed 466-469 

Jenson Condensed 462-465 

Jenson Initials 948 

Jenson Italic No. 2, Lining 460, 461 

Jenson Oldstyle No. 2, Lining 456-459 

Job Type Commercial Signs 898 

Job Type Fractions 906-914 

Job Type Price List 40,41 

Job Type Weight Prices 40, 41 

XVate Greenaway Mignonettes 1008 

Klondikers 1009 

Knickerbocker Borders 1046 

Knickerbocker Ornates 982, 983 

J_iABOR-SAVING MATERIAL 

Brass Rule iSee Braaft Rule Index No. 3) 

Leads and Slugs 1222 

Metal Furniture 1223 

Quotation Furniture 1223 

Reversible Furniture 1223 

Labor-Saving Metal Furniture 1223 

Labor-Saving Quotation Furniture 1223 

Lady Speakers (Large and Small) 1009 

Latin Antique Fractions 907 

Latin Antique No. 520, Lining 655 

Latin Condensed No. 550. Lining 654 



PAQE 

Laurel Borders 1028 

Laurel Ornaments 996 

Law Italic No. 520, Lining 653 

Law Italic No. 522, Lining 653 

Leaders, American Line, Brass 1108 

Leaders, American Line, Metal 890, 891 

Leads, American Line 1222 

Leads and Slugs, Brass 1111 

Leads and Slugs, Metal 1222 

Light Copperplate Gothic 674, 676 

Light Copperplate Gothic Condensed . . 670, 672, 673 

Light Copperplate Gothic Extended 678. 680 

Light Dorsey 430, 431 

Light Dorsey Italic 432, 433 

Lightface No. 558, Lining 649 

Lightline 668, 669 

Light Litho 370, 371 

Light Litho Gothic 376 

Light Litho Gothic Offset 798 

Linear Borders 1021,1080 

Lining American Script No. 2 843 

Lining Antique No. 624, 526 .626 

Lining Antique No. 625 624 

Lining Boldface Italic No. 520 661 

Lining Boldface No. 620 661 

Lining Boston Script No. 2 844 

Lining Caslon Italic No. 640 320-323 

Lining Caslon No. 640 116-119, 314-819 

Lining Central Antique No. 2 622, 623 

Lining Condensed Title No. 623 646 

Lining Condensed Title No. 524 650 

Lining Condensed Title No. 525 -647 

Lining Copperplate Roman 663 

Lining Gushing Italic No. 2 450 

Lining Gushing Monotone No. 553 451 

Lining Gushing No. 2 450 

Lining Gushing Oldstyle Italic 446-449 

Lining Gushing Oldstyle No. 2 442-446 

Lining De Vinne Condensed No. 2 694, 595 

Lining De Vinne Extended No. 2 600, 601 

Lining De Vinne Extra Condensed No. 2 . . . 696, 697 

Lining De Vinne Italic No. 2 698, 599 

Lining De Vinne Italic Outline No. 2 603 

Lining De Vinne No. 2 590-698 

Lining De Vinne Open No. 2 602 

Lining Doric No. 520 656 

Lining Florentine Oldstyle No. 502 584, 685 

Lining French Oldstyle Italic No. 562 464 

Lining French Oldstyle No. 652 ... 142, 143, 452, 463 

Lining Gothic Condensed No. 521 734 

Lining Gothic Condensed No. 523 735 

Lining Gothic Condensed No. 624 712, 713 

Lining Gothic Condensed No. 529 733 

Lining Gothic Italic No. 612 763 

Lining Gothic Italic No. 524 763 

Lining Gothic No. 519 to 529 711 

Lining Gothic No. 520 to 526 731 

Lining Gothic No. 644 710 

Lining Gothic No. 546 730 

Lining Inclined Gothic 763 

Lining Ionic No. 522 625 

Lining Jenson Italic No. 2 460, 461 

Lining Jenson Oldstyle No. 2 466-469 

Lining Latin Antique No. 520 665 

Lining Latin Condensed No. 550 654 

Lining Law Italic No. 620 663 

Lining Law Italic No. 522 663 

Lining Lightface No. 558 649 

Lining Livermore No. 2 846 

Lining Mid-Gothic No. 2 762 

Lining Modern Antique No. 2 657 

Lining Oldstyle Antique No. 560 428, 429 

Lining Oldstyle Condensed No. 520 642 

Lining Oldstyle Condensed No. 522 643 

Lining Oldstyle Italic No. 623 644 

Lining Oldstyle No. 523 134, 135, 644 

Lining Oldstyle No. 560 136. 137 

Lining Oldstyle Title No. 2 645 

Lining Open Title No. 620 650 

Lining Quentell No. 2 640,641 

Lining Regal Italic No. 2 662 

Lining Remington Typewriter No. 2 863 

Lining Roman No. 624 and 527 89 

Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 138-141 

Lining Royal Script 838. 839 

Lining Schoeffer Oldstyle No. 2 490, 491 

Lining Smith-Premier Typewriter No. 2 864 

Lining Steelplate Script 842 

Lining Title Nos. 524 and 634 648 

Lining Title No. 651 649 

Lining Tudor Black No. 2 822, 823 

Lining Victoria Italic 652 

Linotype Column Rules 1112 

Listeners 1015 



22 



INDEX 



Index No. 1-TYPE, BORDKKS. INITIALS AND OKNAMEtiTS— Continued 



List of Quads. Price* 

LiTHO Fahilt ... 
CondanMd Utho . . . 
CondanMd Title Utho . 



rAOC 
41 

3&**n,78S,787. TW 



1 

I . 

< I i ithu Ctuthic . . . 

T "i«n 

1\:., l-i^ht Utho C.thi.- 

Title Shulixl Litho . . . 
Uvermure No. 2. Uninic . . 
LoomSIkIIH 



a64.3« 

vrOkiTi 

. . S76 
ST4,S7S 



97S, S7S 

. $n 

8M-M7 
. . 7W 
368. 8» 

. 788 

"S«,787 

. 848 

. aei 



UworrrBS 




Calendar . 


SSMH 


Mail Uat . 


. 904 


Railroad . . 


. KB 


Theatre 


. 982 


TJmo-Table 


908 


jyiACFAKLANI) 


. . 470-478 


MacFarland CVmdensed 


. 476-479 


MacFarland Italic 


. 474.476 


Machinery for Printer* (Sm />K<«x i) 


. . 1188-1216 




1072 


Mail List Type and Locotypes 


904 


Maltese Croeaea 


931 


ManiU Border 


1071 


Marvin Ornaments 


. . 1011 


Matricea 


.... 897 


Matthews 


. . 886.587 


Matthews Condensed 


. . 888. 689 


MeOure 


. . 488.489 


Meadow Border 


1066 


Medical Sisns 


.896 


Mercantile 


. 6<2 


Mercantile Bold 


. 662 


Mercantile Borders 


.1078 


Mercantile Gothic 


698 


Meriontype 


. . 401; 408 


Metal Braces and Dashes 


892 


MeUl Comers for Brass Rule .945 


1067, 1092-1096 


Metal Furniture 


1228 


Metal Leads and SIues 


1222 


Mid-Gothic No. 2. Unin» 


. 782 


MiAle Extra Condensed 


626-a» 


Michle Extra Condensed TiUe . 


630-683 


Miniature Calendar Fimires 


. . 886 


Minimum Sort Rules for Type .... 


41 


Miscellaneous Electrotyped CuU ... 


1142. 1148 


Miscellaneous Sivns and Definitions 


896 


Miscellaneous Signs and Imprints . 


897 


Missal Initials 


944 


Mission Toys 


994.996 


Mitchell 


692 


Modern Antique No. Z, Unins 


. 667 


Modem Body Type . 


44-143 


Monotone Border 


.1082 


Monotone Gothic . . 


694,896 


Monotone Title . 


698.8(7 


Mortised Initials 


94»-968 


Mural Ornaments 


996 


Music Type . 


882-884 


MyrUe Border 


1041 



Na 



) AVTiCAL Signs . . 898 

Navajo Border ... . 1082 

NewCaslon 882-887 

New Caslon Auxiliaries .906 

New Caslon Fractions 908, 900 

New Caslon Italic 338-841 

New Metal Braces 882 

New Model Elite ReminKton Typewriter 849 

New Model Reminirton Typewriter 861 

New Model ReminKton Typewriter No. 8 862 

New Model Smith Premier Typewriter 866 

New Model Smith Premier Typewriter No. 8 . . . 886 

New Model Underwood Typewriter 8BT 

News Gothic 898^101 

News Gothic Condensed 702-706 

News Gothic Extra Condensed 708, 707 

News Gothic Extra Condensed Title 708, 709 

Newspaper Borders ... ini>-l(ieo, 1081, 1074 
Newspaper HaKlinss . . 1134. 1136 
Newspaper Sub-Headincs .... 1183 
Norwood Roman 84.86 



yt»KT IJUUT Utho Gothic 798 

Otr»et l.iirht Litho Gothic Title 798 

Old K' •'■ '■ ■■ -li-rs 1028,1027 

Old-' Fractions 911 



Mo. t«0, Lininn . 



-,1 No. 620, LininK 
-.1 No. 622. LininK 



428,42* 
96-148 
642 
648 

... 906 
.... 644 
134,186.644 
.. 136, 137 
. . 124-127 
1Z8-181 



Olii^ 

OM^ 

Old- 

Old-' 

OldM,. 

OUIntyle italic No. 623. Lininir 

Oldntyle No. 52», Lining 

Oldstyla No. 660. Linins 

Oldstyla No. 679 

Oldstyle Na 681 

Oldstyle No. 683 182. 188 

Oldstyle Roman (shown by sixes) 98-109 

Oldstyla Title No. 2. Lining 846 

Old Type and Other Metals 41 

Oliver Printype . 882 

Oliver Typewriter ■ 864 

Open Title No. 520. Lining . 660 

Oknambnts 

Acanthine Florets 

Aerial Cuts ... 
American Indians . 
Anti-Tuberculosis . . 
Army and Navy . . . 

Arrow 

Art 

Art-tiles and Outline Art-tiles 

Art-tile Tint Formers 

Athletes 



1004 

. . 966 

. 1014 

. loije 

967,1009 
. . 992 

1096 

. 1096 

lOU 

Ballet Dancers 1014 

Baseball 964-966 

Beacon 998 

Beardsley 998 

Bill of Fare Cuts 1144 

Booklet 1011 

Bookman 1007 

Bowlers 1012 

Bulfinch 960 

Busha ... 1006 

Campaigners 1018 

Chap-Book .990 

Chap-Book Directors . 989 

Chap-Book Guidons . 988 

Christmas 1016 

Collins FloreU luUZ, 1008 

Colonials 1010 

Combination .... 997 

Commerce, 36 Point ... 992" 

Commerce, 64 Point ... 992 

Copper* 1014 

DeUaRobbia 1000 

Debnonico Chefs and Waiters . 1012 

Dewey 1006 

Dixon 1000 

Domestics 1015 

DruggisU lOJg 

Egyptian 1008 

Electric 1001 

Elxovir Florets 1004 

Flags, U. 8 1188 

Floral Basket Pieces 996 

Glad Hands 1007 

GoK 968.969.1016 

HapK<x>d Florets 1006 

Happy ThoughU 1001 

Hello CuU 1009 

Hoboea „ 'JH 

Holiday 961-268 

Industrial. 36 Point 992" 

Industrial, 64 Point 992 

Kate Greenaway Mignonettes 1008 

Klondikers i^*"* 

Knickerbocker Omates ^8, S9 

Lady Speakers WW 

l..aurel 996 

Listeners 1«16 

Margin lOH 

Midget Tailpiece* 1004 

Miscellaneous Cuts . 1142. 1148 

Mission Toys . •••**•!£ 

Mural »J5 

I'sgi! 1007 

Pickups 1018 

Pointers 1007 

Renaissance .?91 

Riga and Traps lOW 

Rogers EmbeUiahmenti 1004 

Rounder* 1014 

Scorcher* lOW 

Schuil . 9«e» 



28 



INDEX 



Index No. 1— TYPE, BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS— Con«nued 



PAOE 

Ornaments— Conttna«d 

Shoppers 1010 

Silhouettes 1012 

Society Emblems 1140, 1141 

Speakers 1013 

State Seals 1137 

Strathmore 978-981 

Swastika 989 

Tailpieces 1044 

Trade Cuts 984 

Trees 997 

Twentieth Century 969-971 

U. S. Emblems 1139 

Valentine 1007 

Versatile 972-977 

Warships 967 

Wayside 986-987 

Outline Art-tiles 1096 

Outline Faces 

Cheltenham Bold Outline 208-211 

De Vinne Italic Outline 603 

De Vinne Open 602 

Engravers Old English Open 799 

Roycroft Open 606. 607 

Xabst Borders 1039 

Pabst Italic 414, 415 

Pabst Oldstyle 410-413 

Page Ornaments 1007 

Palm Borders 1041 

Panel Borders 1022, 1023 

Panel Brass Rule 1113 

Panel Pieces 1092 

Paragraph Marks 

Bewick 933 

Caslon 983 

Chap-Book Guidons 988 

Cheltenham 933 

Delia Robbia 933 

Dorsey 933 

Priory 933 

Priory Open 933 

Parentheses 898, 900, 901 

Parentheses and Brackets 896. 898, 900, 901 

Parts of Body Lett.er Fonts 41 

Patriotic Borders 1081 

Pen Print 404. 408 

Pen Print Bold 792. 793 

Per Cent and Cent Marks 899 

Perforated Rule, Brass and Steel 1111 

Perpetual Calendar Logotypes 926-928 

Pickups 1013 

Piece Accents 914 

Piece Fractions 893, 894 

Piece Root Signs 894 

Pips for Cards 929 

Plain Face Rule, Brass 1098-1103 

Point Leads, Labor Saving 1222 

Pointers, Black, Shaded, Contour 1007 

Pontiac 638, 639 

Porson Greek 880 

Post Borders 1078 

Post Condensed 622, 623 

Post Monotone 626, 627 

Post Monotone No. 2 628, 529 

Post Oldstyle Italic 624, 526 

Post Oldstyle Roman No. 1 516, 617 

Post Oldstyle Roman No. 2 618-521 

Presses, Paper Cutters, etc. (See Index No. i) 

Price List of Body Type 40 

Price List of Brass Rule 1108-1112 

Price List of Job Type 40. 41 

Price List of Spaces and Quads 41 

Primrose Border 1032 

V^UADRUPLE Cast Squares 1067 

Quads and Spaces 41 

Quads and Spaces (Price List Job Fonts) 41 

Quads, Angular and Circular 1222 

Quads, Corner 1111, 1223 

Quads, Quotation 1223 

Quentell Fractions 910 

Quentell No. 2. Lining 640. 641 

Quotatioa Furniture 1223 

Quotation Marks 899 

JtvABBINIC 881 

Radical Signs 893 

Railroad Gothic 758. 769 

Recipe Marks 929 



PAGE 

Recut Caslon 120-123, 324-327 

Recut Caslon Italic 328-331 

References. Body Type 888 

Regal Italic No. 2, Lining 652 

Remington Typewriter, New Model 851 

Remington Typewriter No. 2, Lining 863 

Remington Typewriter No. 3, New Model .... 852 

Renaissance Mortised Initials 951 

Renaissance Ornaments 991 

Reproducing Typewriter 860, 861 

Reversible Metal Furniture 1223 

Ribbon Face Typewriter 868 

Rigs and Traps 1018 

Rogers Embellishments 1004 

Roman Fractions 908 

Roman No. 510 82, 83 

Roman No. 590 86-88 

Roman No. 5% 90-93 

Roman No. 699 94-96 

Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 651, Lining 138-141 

Rose Borders 1068 

Round Corners, Brass 1118-1120 

Rounders 1014 

Royal Script, Lining 838, 839 

Roycroft 602-606 

Roycroft Fractions 913 

Roycroft Open 606, 507 

Roycroft Tinted 794, 795 

Russian 881 

Oaint John 824 

Sansom Border 1084 

Scheme for Weight Fonts 42 

Schoeffer Oldstyle Initials 942 

Schoeffer Oldstyle No. 2, Lining 490. 491 

Schuil Border 992' 

Schwabacher 872 

Schwabacher No. 2 873 

Scorchers (Large and Small) 1010 

Scoring Rule. Brass and Steel 1111 

Scotch Roman 76-79.394-397 

Script Faces 

American 843 

Bond 847 

Boston 844 

Commercial 840, 841 

Livermore 846 

Royal 838,839 

Steelplate 842 

Typo (Name changed from Tiffany) .... 828, 829 
Typo Extended (Name changed from Tiffany) 

830 831 
Typo Shaded (Name changed from' Tiffany) 826[ 827 
Typo Slope (Name changed from Tiffany) 8.34. 835 
Typo Upright (Name changed from Tiffany) 832, 833 

Typo Upright Bold 836,837 

University 845 

Seals 930-931 

Seals, State 1137 

Sectional Calendars 928 

Sectional Initial Formers 953 

Self-Spacing Piece Fractions 893 

Shaded Litho Title 786. 787 

Shaded Pointers 1007 

Shaded Stars 931 

Shaw Text 802,803 

Shoppers 1010 

Silk Remington Typewriter 860 

Signs 

Algebraic 895 

Arithmetical 895,898 

Astronomical 895, 896, 898 

Ck>mmercial 895, 898 

Ecclesiastical 895 

Job and Commercial 898 

Mathematical 895. 898 

Medical 896.898 

Miscellaneous 897. 898 

Nautical 898 

Piece Root 894 

Radical, Special 893 

Weather 932 

Signs and Definitions 895 

Signs and Logotypes for Time-Tables 902 

Silhouettes 1012 

Six Point American Typewriter 858 

Six Point Borders 1017 

Six Point Braces and Dashes 888, 892 

Sizes of Minimum Weight Fonts 40 

Slocum Seals 930 

Slugs. Brass Jill 

Slugs and Leads, Metal 1222 



24 



INDEX 



Index No. 1-TYPE. BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS- Co/ifj/iuerf 



Slug.. K..it 1223 

SluKt. Take 1223 

Sin,;l.-|-r>-ni;.-,- I vi ,■-.. r I.T- . , BM, H4 

>l, ■■.[■■.:■•., ..r Vm. .^■.■.r \„.t,Uninx .... DM 
-i ■' '■•:■:■■■ 1 i|..-v.,,t.-iN,..S,N«wModel . . . 8M 

.tr.it>i«( U40.1UI 

il 

Price List, Job Fontt 41 

1231 

l(ii:< 

, s. 1, «»* 

. irw . vst4 

<'ntha*M . . t<<>K 

r>< -^t:i »Kr2 

■■ i.,T> ir.'l 

iii-.'i 



Wood 

MaltocCroSMS 
t*ofnt«d .... 



^riWB Perforatinir Kult»s . . 
.^ii.<-i mm iron Printinic Office Equipment 

Sitecl Cutting and Scorinjr Rule 

Staelplate Script, Lininif 

Stenoirraf 

Straitd Borders 

.Stntthmore Borders .... 
.struthmore Mortised Initinl!* 
Strathratire Oldstyle 
.^^trathroiire Omamentf 

J^trip Rule 

Stmiley 

Stuilley Condensed 

<• Uv I'nndensfld Fractions 
tended 

'.tra Condensed . 

. :-. . Jer 

.-^ui< Heads for Newspapers . 
Surilriaa for Body Type . . 
Superior and Inferior Letters 
Swastika Borders (Black and Outiin*) 

Swastika Ornaments 

Synopsis of Lining Modem Roman . 
Synoiwti of Linins Oldstyle Roman 



ItM.S 

1162 

9S1 

M\. 1(MH 

. . . 1137 

. . . nil 

1285-1304 
. . . nil 

.842 

WiT 
loM 

614-«17 
978-«81 
1098-1104 
480.481 
482.483 
. . 909 
486^487 
484.486 
. . 1078 
. .1183 



Xabard 

Tabard Borders 

Tables vivinjc Brass Rule Prices 
Tailpiec»?s . . 
TakeSlutrs 
TarilT Siirns 

Teasel Border 

Ten Point American Typewriter 



Text Faces 

Becker 

Caslon . 

Cathedral 

Chaucer . . 

Church . . 

Qoister Bbu:k 

EnsraTers Old Enslish 

Ensravers OM English Bold 

Ensravers Old English Open . 

Flemish Black 

Saint John 

Shaw 

Tudor Black 

Typo Text 

Wedding 

Theatre Logotypes 

Thin Spaces, Brass and Copper 

Thistle Border 

Three Point Borders 

TiiTany Face* (name changed to Typo) 



. 894 

1047 

989 

44-48 



. 670. 671 

urn 

1108-1112 
lOM. 1144 
. . . 1223 
... 602 
108S 



Time-Saving Mail List Type and Logos . 

TImr" Bord.-n> 



788. 
827. 



.752.768, 



' vpea. Signs and Refe r e n ces . 

<naedNo.3 

I Condensed No. 12 . . . . 



Title No. 661. Lining ... 
Title Offset Liirht Litho Gothic 
TiUe Shaded Litho 



. 82S 
814. 816 
fOO, 821 
816, 817 
818,819 
810. 811 
804,806 
806-809 
. . 799 
812, 813 
. . 824 

8oe.8n 

822.823 
788,789 
800,801 
. 932 
. . 1281 

. . loee 

. . 1016 
789.886 
880-887 
. . 904 
. . 1072 
766. 767 
754 757 
. . IXfl 

'. van 
. til 

714 
750.761 

370 
3t8,Sta 
. . 6tt 
. . 7W 
788,787 



Trade CuU . . 


. . 18« 


TrBrlo Marks . . 


«34-«M 


iiienU . , , 


M7 


l.-rs 


1087 


Honlrrs 


1074 


1 '. LininK 


822,823 


1 .<■ ii-rs . . 


. . 1017 


I .M-: : ^ Ornamoiit*. 


969-971 


Two CoLxiR Initials 




Burford 


940 


Buftha Mortiswl 


948 


Cincinnati . . 


943 


Uulla Kobbia . 


987 


Department Store . 


946 


Hearst 


941 


Renaissance Mortisfnl 


951 


Sectional Initial Formers 


. 963 


Strathmore Mortised 


960,961 


Versatile 


938.989 


Versatile Mortised 


949 


Wood Cut MorOsed 


962 


Type for Mail Lists ... 


904 


Tyhewriteh Faces 






860 


Six Point American ... 


868 


Six Point Repnxiucin^ 


860 


Ten Point American ... 


869 


Xe- i'-.^... I.-K,.. ,,K..„r ... 


8S8 


Tc ■ ' Elite Remington 

Tf K' 


. . 849 
861 


Tw« ., Kemington No. 2 . 


. . 863 


Twelve i^oint Lining Sniith-Pri-'inier No. 2 


. . 884 


Twelve Point New Model KcinitiKton . . 


. . 861 


Twelve Point New Model Rcminirton No. ! 


. . 852 


Twelve Point New Model Smith-Premier 


. . 866 


Twi'lvo Point New Model Smith-Premier No. S 866 


Twelve Point New Model Underwood 


. . 867 


Twelve Point Oliver 


. . 864 


Twelve Point Oliver Printjpe 


. . 862 


Twelve Point Ribbonface . . 


868 


Twelve Point Silk Remington 


860 


Twelve Point .'Standard 


866 


Twelve Point Stenoifraf 


. 867 


Twelve Point Yost 


. . 885 


Typo Gothic (Name changed from Tiffany) 


666,667 


Typo Script (Name changed from Tiffany) . 


628,629 


Typo Script Extended (Name changed from 


Tiffany) 


830, 831 


Typo Shaded (Name changed from Tiffany) 


826.827 


TyjK) Slope (Name changed from Tiffany) . 


884.836 


Typotect Borders . . 


. . 1021 


Typo Text (Name changed from Tiffany) . . 


788.789 


Typo Upright (Name changed from Tiffany) 


8321833 


Typo Upright Bold 


886h8S7 


UNiroRM Rule Cast CORNERS 


. .1085 


Unit Border* 


. . 1048 


University Script 


. . 846 


U. S. Emblems . 


. .1189 


U. S. Flags ... 


. .1138 


U. S. Signal Flags 


. . 912 


Versatile Borders ... 


1067-1091 


Versatile IniUals 


338.989 


Versatile Mortised Ornament!' 


. . 949 


Versatile Ornaments . . 


972-977 


Victoria Italic. Lininif 


6tt 


Victory Border 


. .10(9 


Warships ... 


. 967 


Wayside Ornaments . . 


986-997 


Wayside Series 


. 80,81 


Weather Indicators 


. 982 


Webb 


IM-tt* 


Webb Condensed 


664-667 


Wedding Gothic 


690.691 


WcddinKText . 


800,801 


Weiifht FonU of Type 


. . .42 


Whi!" Mnrkers .... 


. 989 


'.' ■ ' ■ ' 


608-611 


'idensed . . 


512-616 


■"■H 


1160-1162 


■V.rtised Initials 


. . 962 


for Printers (Sie ItuUa No. U 






1160-1162 


T..MKJ ljl.t! 


1146-1149 



L 08T TvrEWRITER 



26 



INDEX 



Index No. 2-ELECTROTYPED CUTS 



1 

26 
61C 

164 

170 

173 

177 

179 

183 

191 

267 

272 

21)3 

204 

217 

224 

225 

228 

229 

232 

234 

242 

247 

256 

259 

264 

402C 

507 

857C 

868 

901 

902 

904 

916 
1207 
1226C 
1324 
1336 
1841 
1344 
1750 
2016 



PAGE 


PHICE 


1137 . 


$0.75 


1142, 


.25 


1142 . 


.25 


1141. 


.30 1 


1142. 


.26 ! 


1141. 


.25 


1141. 


.25 


1141 . 


.26 


1140 . 


.30 


1141 . 


.30 


1141 . 


.36 


1142 . 


.35 


1140 . 


.50 


1140 . 


.40 


1140 . 


.30 


1140 . 


.50 


1140 . 


.40 


1140 . 


.50 


1140 . 


.35 


1140 . 


.40 


1140 . 


.50 


1140 . 


.35 


1141 . 


.30 


1141 . 


.40 


1140 . 


.50 


1141 . 


.35 


1142. 


.25 


1142. 


.25 : 


1139 . 


.25 


1142. 


.30 


1141 . 


.25 


1141 . 


.30 


1141 . 


.25 


1141 . 


.25 


1140 . 


.40 , 


1140. 


.SO 


1140 . 


.50 


1141. 


.40 


1141 . 


.35 


1141 . 


.50 


1143 . 


.35 i 


1141. 


.30 



2052 . 

20.54 . 
2055 

2062 . 

2078 . 
2080 
2102 
2113 
2116 

2158C . 
2213V4C 

224nC . 

2241C . 
22»0'/2C 

2:i56C . 

2385C . 

2425C . 

243.5C . 

2443C . 

2444C . 

2466C . 

2471C . 

2646C . 

269.5C . 

2708C . 

2709C . 

2711C . 

2712C . 

271.3C . 

2727C . 

2730C . 

2734C . 

2735C . 

2751C . 

2752C . 

2775C . 

2776C . 

2778C . 

2780C . 

2785C . 

2929C . 

2943C . 





PAGE 


PRICE 


. 1143 . 


$0.60 




1143. 


.60 




1143 . 


.60 




1142. 


.60 1 




1140 . 


.60 




1140. 


.26 




1141 . 


.86 




1141. 


.35 




1141 . 


.30 




1139. 


1.25 




1139. 


.66 




1137. 


1.00 




1137. 


1.00 




1139 . 


.60 




1142. 


.40 




1139 , 


.50 ' 




1142. 


.30 




1142 . 


.76 




1139. 


.30 , 




1139 . 


.40 ! 




1142. 


.85 




1139 . 


.40 




1140. 


.40 




1142 . 


.60 




1142. 


.75 




1138 . 


.40 




1138. 


.40 1 




1138. 


.65 




1138. 


.65 




1139. 


.25 




1137 . 


.75 ! 




1137. 


.75 




1137 . 


.75 




1137. 


1.50 




1139. 


.45 




1137. 


.75 




1137 . 


.75 




1137. 


.76 




1137. 


.75 




11.37 . 


.76 




1143 . 


.60 




1141. 


.25 



2%8 

2%9C 

2997C 

3028C 

3037C 

3054C 

3055C 

3092A 

3095C 

3127C 

3137C 

3138A 

31.39A 

3142A 

8146C 

3172A 

3183C 

3198A 

3293C 

3407C 

34 IOC 

3453C 

3465C 

S460C 

3498C 

3354C 

3355C 

3366C 

3369C 

3601C 

3503C 

3535C 

3569 

3665C 

3658C 

3659C 

3756C 

3780C 

3795C 

3800C 

3816C 

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.40 
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3872C . 

3878C . 

3881C . 

3885C . 

3886C . 

3887C . 

3902C . 

3938C . 

3944C . 

3949C . 

3952C . 

3957C . 

3972C . 

4042 . 

4054C . 

4066C . 

4068C . 

4060C . 

4065C . 

4069C . 

4070C . 

4092C . 
4099 

4120C . 

4140C . 

4144C . 
4149 

4191C . 

6000C . 

5107C . 

5127C . 
5127 M:C 

6142C . 

5143C . 

6144C . 

6146C . 

6003C . 
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.60 
.30 
.30 
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.75 
.15 
.60 
.75 
.40 
.50 
.16 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.60 
.50 
.60 
.60 
.30 
.60 
.50 
.40 
.40 
.75 
.76 
.75 
8.00 
1.60 
.75 
1.60 
1.00 
2.00 
.50 
.50 



For Baseball Cast Cuts, Aerial Cast Cuts. Army and Navy and Warship Cast Cuts. Golfers, Holiday Decorators, 
Twentieth Century Ornaments, Trade Cuts, Chap Book Cuts, Commerce and Industrial Cuts, Mission Toys and all 
other Cuts and Ornaments cast in type molds, see Type Index No. 1 on preceding pages. 



Index No. 3-BRASS RULES, BRASS BRACES AND DASHES, OVALS AND CIRCLES, 

ROUND, SQUARE AND SLOTTED CORNERS, CUTTING 

AND SCORING RULE, Etc. 



PAGE 

Adjustable Dotted Rule 1129 

Advertising Rules 1110 

American Thin Spaces 1131 

Beveled Linotype Column Rule 1112 

Braces, Brass 1124 

Brass and Copper Spaces 1131 

Brass Galleys 1204. 1205 

Brass Rule for Metal Borders 1130 

Brazed Corners 1114-1117 

Center Pieces 1121 

Circles and Ovals 112tj-1128 

Column Rule 1112 

Copper Spaces 1131 

Corner Quads, Brass and Metal 1111 

Creasing Rule, Brass and Steel 1111 

Cross Rules 1110 

Cut Rule, Price List 1109 

Cutting Rule, Steel 1111 

Dashes, Newspaper 1125 

Dash Rules. Regular 1112 

Diagonal Corners 1121 

Diamonds 1128 

Dotted and Hyphen Rule 1101 

Foot Slugs, Brass and Metal 1112 

Head Rules 1110 

Labor Saving Rule, Price List 1108 

Labor Saving Rule, Specimen of 1105-1107 

Leaders, Price List 1108 

Leaders, Price List of Short Pieces (Table K) . . 1108 



PAGE 

Leaders, Specimens of 1105 

Leads and Slugs, Brass 1111 

Linotype Column Rule 1112 

Linotype Tabular Rule, Rogers 1111 

Metal Corner Quads 1111 

Miters, fonts of Panel Rule. Price List 1109 

Miters, fonts of Panel Rule, Specimen 1113 

Miters in fonts. Price List (Table D) 1108 

Miters in sets. Price List (Table E) 1108 

Miters, Interlocking 1129 

Miters, page. Price List (Table F) 1108 

Ovals, Brass 1128 

Panel Rule 1113 

Perforating Rule, Brass and Steel 1111 

Rogers Linotype Tabular Rules 1111 

Round Comers 1118, 1119 

Round Corners, for full face rules 1120 

Rugged Rules 1122. 1123 

Scoring Rule, Brass and Steel 1111 

Shaded Rules 1104 

Slotted Corners 1113 

Sorts of Brass Rule, Price List (Tables H and F) . 1109 

Space Rule, Price List (Table K) 1108 

Square Corners, for plain face rules 1113 

Squares, Brass 1121 

Stipple Rules 1104 

Strip Rule, Price List 1108 

Strip Rule. Specimen of 1098-1104 

Wave Rule 1100 



For Printing Presses, Paper Cutters, Printers* Wood Goods and Supplies, Galleys, Chases and all Supplies, see 
Index No. 4 following. 

For Iron and Steel Composing Room Furniture and other special items, see Index No. 5. 



26 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTKRS- MACHINERY. TOOl„S. MISCELLANEOUS Sl'PPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE 



A«ot 

< V , Machink 1188 

Aon kT 1174 

Ai-11, 1VS<» 

A.l.lr. , V : ■ .,- IIW 

A.l-K.^:. . |i. . l-V, 

Ad-Mur. H I .iMri. t IJKl 

Adjuiuble Hanrprs 120!) 

AdjiMtabk Lead wid Slus Cvt- 1277 

Advance Papar Cutten llt» 
Advertiainic M«aaure« . . . liMo. IL'11 

Adzit Callcy Lock . . I.'i.'' 

Aliruniji Impooins Stone Frainr l-V. 

All-Bnuu Uollvys I.l 

All-Brasa Cnuliiatcd Uallt'ya I v| 

All-brmjui l,tnolvi»r <TallcyBi . IJn:. 

AU-Hr««« M .infy. li.lM 

AU-HraM ' 1210 

American i Steel Wire 122S 

American hru..«!< i^tx-i Holders . . 12.Vt 

American Braxed Steel Chajww . . 1221 

American Counting Machine . 1193 

American Dryinv Rack and Stock Table 12)i.S 

American Job Prc«» Brake 121fi 

Aniericttn Job Preae Counter 1193 

American Lead and Rule Cutters 1191 

American Letterins Pallet ... 1215 

Amarican Line Leads 1222 

American Numbering Machinea . 1197 

American Patent All-Brass Galleys 12l>4 

American Press Seats 1192 

American Roller Spray , . 1227 

American Kiiui^hinff Machine . . 1170 

American Steel Run Cabinet No. 2 123« 

American Thin Space* ..... 11:11 

American Type Maaaarea 1211 

AnKular Quads V2Zi 

Atlas Hand Numbering Machines 1197 

IJAsas AND Blocks 

Cast Iron . 12m 

Challense . 1200 

MilU. 1201 

Rabbeted I'.iii 
Rouse . ll;).--. 12iil 

Suddard . WW 

Weael r.'do 

Wilson l:;"0 

Bates Hand Numbarins Machine* 1197 

Beating Brushes, Stereotype 1216 

Bellows 1214 

Bench Cutters 1170 

Benxine Brushes 1224 

Benzine Canh 

Imperial Non-Explosive . 1224 

Steel Clad 1224 

Succeas Safety 1224 
Battis Lead and SIuk Cases 1279, 1280 

Battis Space and Quad Case . 1279 
Beveled Furniture . . 1288 
Binders. Staple ... 1174, 1175 
Bindery Tablaa .... . . 1173 

Bindery Tables. Boston . 1 173 

Bin.l. : 1190 

Blai. .-Bench 1271 

Blan, 1 Rubber 1228 

Bkxka and Btt5i-9 119st-1200 

Bodkins 1214 

Book and Job Galley Cabineti< 1254 

Book Chasea 1218 

Bookbinders' Boards . 1271 

Bookbinders' Cabinet? 1272 

Book! ^ 12T2 

BooV 1271 

Book ■ 12T2 

Book 127(1 

Book I 12T2 

Booki 121S 
Bookbirwlcnt .MaT.'nalM and .supplies 127t>-1273 

Bookbindata' Plow and Press 1270 

Bookbindara' Prcaa Boards 1271 

Bookbinders' RubUns-up Sticks 1270 

Bookbinders' Sawinc Bench 1270 

Bookbinders' Straisht Edse 1272 

Bookbindara' TaUea 1272 

Bookbindara' Wire 1229 

Border Caaaa 12X1 

Border and Script Type Cabinels 12.13 

Boatoo Bensine Brush 1224 

Beaton Bindery Tables 1 1 73 

Boaton Lead Rack \Hifi 



Host..: .„lt.r 

Bo*l AvT Work Table Extension 


. 1174 
1174 


Busti'i iinlierinir Machines , . 


UM 


Bdstoti \\ii< Sini.les 


.1228 


H4»U.n WireStitchinif .MachincH ... 1172.1178 


Bimton Wire Stitcher Work Table Kxtenslon . 


. im 


Boxwood Type Measures 


1211 


Brackets 


121(4- 


Brackets, Case . 


rati- 


' ■ Galley . . 


I2M- 


ittent TiltinK 


12H1' 


i.Mllcr , . 


r-'M' 


1.],. . l..i .Inl, rrcses 


1215 


Mra^s an-i C"'!.!..-!- Thin Spm-cs . . 


1131 


Ilr:,s',ti.| .M.luU'orner Quails 1111 


1223 


■ :.t» UNO. 1215 


v» 121)4 


1205 


l>^ee Praof Rule Indfx No. ») 1091 


-ll:« 




1-253 




1283 


l.Hr 


1108 


1 HI.. 


nil 




1205 


1210 


1211 




1228 


1 Chases ... 


1221 


I.T Staple Binder 


1175 

l'.>-21 


1., ..,,/.,, ,w . ,..,:. . . 


12-Jl 
1Z24 


Bniwer Drum Cylinder Press 


1157 


Brown & Carver and Oswegro Cutters , 1165 


lies 


Brushes . 1218, 1224 


Buckeye Composing Sticks . . 


1210 


Buckeye Ink Fountain . , 


1186 


Bullock Ejector Press Punch . 


1182 


Burbank's Embossintr Composition . 


1227 


Burch Perforators 


1164 


Byerly Fisrure Coses . 


1277 


Oabinets 




Ad-Man's 


1240 


American Steel Ran No. 2 . 


1238 


Bookbinders' 


1272 


Border and Script Type . . 


1253 


Cardboard and Paper Stock 1265 


1272 


Cut 


1248 


Doraey Combination Pressrfion) 


VSA 


Dorsey Compositors' Workinir . . 


1252 


Electro and Cut 


1248 


Extension Front . 


1238 


FHirniture, Metal . 1266 


1269 


Galley 1252 


1254 


Grand 


12SS 


Handy Letter Board 


1264 


Handy Sort 


I2S9 


Indexed Elwtrot.vpe . . 


1248 


Ink and Roller ... ... 


12G0 


Inm (."Sec Indejr A'". .'- 1 




Job Press 


1260 


Lead and SIuk 


1269 


Lettfjr Board 


1264 


Linotype Ejector Blade . . 


1251 


Linotype Mairazine ... 


1250 


Linotype Matrix 


1251 


Masterman . 


i2.i;i 


Metal Furniture 12iKi 


lJ>i:< 


Monotype ... 


li-.l 


New Departure . . 


1241 


Paite Form Stonurc 


1254 


Paper and Card Stock 
Polhcmus .... 


1272 


1234 


Porter Extension Front. Steel-Run 


1288 


Pressman's Register 


1266 


Pressroom, Doraey . . 


1264 


Reversible Unit . . 1238. 1287 


Roller 


1260 


Rowen Border and Script 


12SS 


Specimen 


1249 


SUtionery snd Cardboard . 


1272 


St.. ■ ■ ■ ■■ r No.S) 




St. . Departure 


1241 


St.. .r 


1288 


St«HM Kiiii .-Mands tae9 earn Ktandii). 




Strip Lead and Rule 


1240 


Tracy 


1240 


Tympan Paper ... 


12*6 


Wisconsin Hard Woo.1 


1248 


Wisconsin Window 


1242 


Wood Type 


124» 



27 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY, TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE- Continued 



PAGE 

California Job Cases 1274 

Cans, Benzine 1224 

Cap Case 1274. 1276 

Carborundum Knife Stones 1170 

Card Cutters 1207 

Card Index Punch Heads 1176, 1182 

Card Stock Cabinets 1272 

Carpenter Quarter Case 1283 

Case Brackets 1284" 

Case Pulls 1283 

CaseRacks 1247 

Cases 

Accent 1283 

Accent, Dearins 1275 

Accent. One-Quarter 1283 

Adjustable Lead and Slug 1277 

All Right Space and Quad 1283 

Bettis Lead and Slug 1279, 1280 

Bettis Space and Quad 1279 

Border 1277 

Boston Lead Rack 1266 

Brass Leader 1279, 1283 

Byerly Figure 1277 

California Job 1274, 1279 

Cap 1274. 1276 

Cap and Lower 1274, 1276 

Carpenter Quarter 1283 

Cast Iron Furniture 1228, 1279 

Combination Job 1275 

Compact Rule 1281 

Dearing Accent 1275 

Dearing Job 1275, 1278 

Double Lower 1274 

Double Yankee Job 1275 

Duplex Job 1276, 1279 

Figure 1277. 1283 

Figure. One-Quarter 1283 

Fractions •. , . 1283 

Fumeaux Rule 1278 

Furniture. Metal 1278, 1289 

Furniture, Wood 1268 

German Upper and Lower 1276 

Greek Upper and Lower 1276 

Hamilton Blank 1281 

Hamilton Job 1275 

Hamilton Lead and Slug 1278, 1279 

Hamilton Leader Box 1214 

Hamilton New Rule 1282, 1283 

Happy Border 1283 

Harris Border 1281 

Harris Rule 1281 

Hebrew Upper and Lower 1276 

Ideal Brass leader 1283 

Improved Cap 1276 

Improved Job 1274, 1279 

Improved New York Job 1275 

Improved Space and Quad 1277 

Individual Lead or Rule 1281-1283 

Italic or Job 1274 

Jones Metal Furniture 1279 

Labor-saving Reglet 1266, 1267 

Labor-Saving Wood Furniture 1268 

Lead and Slug 1277-1280 

Lead and Slug, Two Rivers 1278 

Leader 1283 

Lead or Rule 1278, 1279. 1281-1283 

Lower 1274, 1276, 1277 

Mammoth Labor-saving Furniture 1268 

May Leader Box 1214 

Metal Furniture 1278, 1279 

Music 1277 

Neshota Rule 1278 

New Departure 1273 

News (Cap and Lower) 1274 

Patent Clasp 1273 

Paterson Job 1275 

Perfection Rule 1281 

Person Greek 1276 

Practical Space and Quad 1277 

Price List of Cases 1273 

Quadruple 1274 

Quarter 1281-1283 

Quarter Rule 1281, 1282 

Reglet, Labor-Saving 1267 

Rule 1278,1281-1283 

Russell Tabular 1276 

Sanspareil Rule 1281 

Script or Wood 1263, 1278 

Signs 1283 

Space and Quad 1277. 1279. 1283 

Space and Quad. All Right 1283 



PAGE 

Cases — Continued 

Spaceless Job 1274. 1279 

Steel Composing Rule ; . 1211 

Steel Furniture 1228 

Tabular 1276. 1283 

Thin Spaces 1231 

Three-Quarter 1279 

Time-Table Quarter 1283 

Triple 1274 

Two Rivers Cap 1274 

Two Rivers Lead and Slug 1278 

Two-Third 1278, 1279 

Wells Two-Font Job 1275 

Wheeler Job 1275 

Wisconsin Lead Rack 1266 

Wisconsin Quarter 1283 

Wood Furniture 1268 

Wood-Type 1278 

Yankee Job 1275, 1278 

Zenobia 1278 

Case Brackets 1284°. 1284* 

Case Pulls 1214 

Case Racks 1247. 1248 

Case Stands 

City 1243 

Iron and Steel (See Index No. 5) 

New York 1247 

Polhemus 1243 

Price List 1247 

Steel Run 1244, 124S 

Tracy Steel Run 1246 

Case Stands and Racks 1247 

Cast Iron Chases 1221 

Cast Iron Furniture 1202 

Cast Iron Sectional Blocks 1200 

Cast Rollers 1228 

Cement Brush 1216 

Cement, Padding 1216 

Challenge Cast Iron Sectional Blocks 1200 

Challenge Herapel Quoins 1208 

Challenge Mammoth Iron Furniture 1202 

Challenge Metal Sectional Blocks 1200 

Challenge Proof Press 1186 

Challenge Steel Sectional Blocks 1200 

Challenge Type-High Gauges 1192 

Chandler & Price Gordon Presses 1159, 1160 

Chandler & Price Ink Fountains 1186 

Chandler & Price New Series Presses 1159 

Chandler & Price Paper Cutters 1169 

Chandler & Price Proof Presses 1185 

Chases, Electric- Welded 1217, 1221 

Book 1218 

Brazed Steel 1221 

Bright Steel 1221 

Cast Iron 1221 

CastSteel 1221 

Electrotype 1220 

For Job Presses 1219 

Heading 1221 

McGreal Combination 1221 

Newspaper, Folio 1218 

Newspaper. Quarto 1220 

Poster 1219 

Quadruple 1220 

Spider, for Job Presses 1221 

Steel Screw 1221 

Stereotype 1220 

Twin or Folio 1218 

Twin or Quarto with Bars 1220 

Chase and Form Racks 1189 

Check Numbering Machine 1194 

Chesapeake Economy Compound 1227 

Chicago Drying Racks 1284 

Circular and Angular Quads 1222 

City Double Case Stands 1243 

City Single Case Stands 1243 

Climax Register Hooks 1198 

Cloth Cutting Machine 1270 

Cloth, Roller 1228 

Coifs Armory Presses 1161-1163 

Combination Chase. McGreal 1221 

Combination Job Case 1275 

Combination Paper Jogger 1209 

Combination Pressroom Cabinet . . . 1250, 1254. 1265 

Combination Quoin Keys 1207 

Combination Shute- Board and Type-High Machine 1192 

Combined Eyelet and Punch Set 1215 

Common Screw Composing Stick 1210 

Compact Rule Case 1281 

Composing Room Cabinet 1239 



28 



INDEX 



Index Na 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY, TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE Continued 



Conipo«inff Room Cylinder Proof Praw 

Gonipaainir RuU> Cue 

Coapuaiiv Kules . . . 

OoMrooNO SncKii 

AU Bru« News 

Buckeye . . 

Common Screw 

French Pmttern . 

Grovcr 

Improved Standard 

Perfect News 

Poater . 

Roiue Job . 

Star 

Yankee Job . . . 
Conpoeitlon* Embaei«in,i 
Cotnpoaition, Roller . . . 
Gompoeitore' Working Cabinft 
Copper Alloy Take SIuks . 

Copper and Brau Thin Spaces 

Copy Cutton" Dciik 

Copy Holden 

Comer Quads. Brass and Metal 

Correcting Rank 

C-orrwtinit Cm»«, Monotype 

Cott's Improved Tablet Holder and Clamp 
Counter, Paper 



USA 

. 1211 

1211 



1210 
ILMO 
ll'lO 
1210 
1210 
1210 
1210 
1210 
1210 
. 1210 
121" 
1227 
122.S 
12.'i2 
l'22:f 
]VM 

. 12.'>:> 

. iL'jr, 

111. 122.i 

1253 

12,"il 

1216 

. 121« 



Eo 



COUNTBBS 

American 119» 

Durant . . IIW 

Redinrton . . l['M 

Sheppard IIM 

Couplers. Tape 121S 

Cranston Cylinder Presses . 11S8 

Crawford's Ink Reducer 1227 

Cut Cabinet* r.Mi 

Cutter*. Card 1207 

Cutter*. Lewi and Rule . . 1191 

Cnttan. Matych Plate . 1192 

Cutter*. Paper . . 1165-1171) 

Cuttinjr and CrvasinK Preii^^-s 1168 

Cutting Attachments fur Portland Punching 

Machine* 1178 

Cutting Blocks, Sterling 1182 

Cuttins Gauire for Bookbinderv . 1272 

Cuttinir Rule. Steel .1111 

Cylinder B«llow> . . 1214 

CvuNnBH Psaasis 

Brower 

Craiuton 

Diamond 

Premier . . . 

Stonemetz . . 

Whltlock . 
Cylinder Press Counten* 
Cylinder Press Feed Guides 
Cylinder Press Locks ... 
Cylinder Press Roller* 



1167 
1158 
1158 
U5,<-1155 
. . . 1158 
1156. 1156 
. . . 119S 
1212. 1213 
... 1203 
. . 1228 



Dk 



/eaking Accbnt Cask 

Dearinjc Job Cases 

Desks 

Detscbabli '• ■■ ' . ts 
DetaehabI' ,\ 

Diamond ( 

Diamond rar* r i um>t» 
Die Cuttinir Press. Oswesro 
Dillinfrham Punch ... 

Dijci,- "• ■ ' •■' iner 

Donr . >il.itor 

Dor^' :"n I'ressnicjni Cabinet 

DoriM^j ...,.in,-,^.t-.r'B WorkinK Cabinet 
Dorsey ImposinK Stone Frame ... 

Doable Case Brackets 

Double Case Stands . 
Double Grip Gauire . 
Doable Lower Case 
Double Yankee Job Case 
Drills for Paper .... 
Drum Cylinoer Presses 

Dkting RArKii 

American . . 

ChicajTo 

Koemer's Interlockinir 

New York 

Duplex Job Case . . 
Durant Counters 



. 1275 

... 127(1 

... 1255 

1284'. 1284" 

1284'. 1284* 

... 1168 

1168 

1186 

1182 

.1227 

... 1227 

... 1254 

. 1262 

, . 12.'i7 

1284-, 1284' 

1243 

1213 

. 1274 

127.^ 

11X1 

llf.7 



12>'..'. 
12.M 

ii-'7i; 
iiw 



JooNoMU' lufofliNR Stone Framk 
Ki«»elnr niade f'^ihinet 



ft 



1217, 



I '.hascH 

'1 Newspaper Headinff* . . 
1 Newspaiwr Sub-UeadinifH 
I Take .Sluifs 



'>'<ition 

< lally Universal 



1 1 ides . 
' iibinetji 

. . ' iaUKC 

I'uncheB 

>ets fur Southworth Punches . 



12fiO 
12.'.1 
1182 
1184 
1221 
1248 
1220 
1135 
ILSS 
1223 
12(r7 
1227 
1183 
1152 
1230 
1230 
1266 
1227 
1212 
-1240 
1212 
1215 
1180 
1230 

r^AvoRiTE Quoins 1208 

Feed Guides . . 1212. 1213 

Felt Blankets ... 1228 

Felt Holler Cloth . . 1228 

Figure Cases 1276, 1277, 1283 

Files, Hamilton Newspaper 1280 

Fini»hinK Benches for Bookbinder* . 1271 

FiniahinK .Stand for Bookbinders 1270, 1272 

Fixtures. Overhead 1209 

Flicker Combined Benzine Can and Brush . . . .1224 

Fly Sticks 124S 

Fuldinsc Machines 12S2 

Folio Chases 1218 

Foot Power Attachment Sterlinar Round Cornerins 

Machine 1182 

Foot Sluir* 1228 

Foot Sticks. Iron 1226 

Form Racks 1189 

Form Storajce Cabinets 1264 

Form Trucks 1189 

Fountains 1186 

Four-Tier Wisconsin Lead Rack . 1266 

Fraction Cases 1288 

Fumeaux Rule Case 1278 

Fumeaux Storage Cabinet . . 1269 

FURNITUKE 

Beveled 

Labor-SavinR Cast Iron . . 

Labor-Savinjc Metal 

Labor-Savinic Quotation .... 

Labor-SavinK Reversible MetiiJ 

Labor-SavinK Steel 

I.4ibor-SavinR Wood 

Mammoth Iron . . 
Furniture Cabinet . . . 
Furniture Cases . . . 
Furniture. Yard Lengths 



.1268 
1202 

1228 
1223 

1223 
122S 
I'-'iW 
12"2 

l2:io 



Ga 



f Ai.t.EY Brackets . 
Galley Cabinets 
(iiilley Ix>ck . . 
Galley Lock-up . 
Galley Proof Presses 
Galley Racks 



Galleys 

All-Brsss 

All-Brass. Graduated 

All-Brass Monotype 

American Patented One-piece Rim 

Brass Lined 

Bright Steel 
Galvanised Ste<-I 
Half Lined 

Job 

Lincoln. All-Brass . 

I.inoryi>e 

Mailint; 

McFatrich 

Mercantile AddresainK 

Milhoiland 

Mustang Mailing . 

Plate Zinc 

Presaed Brass ... 
Pressed Bteel Storage . 



1284*. 1284' 
1252. 1254 
. . . 1206 
... 1205 
1185. I1H6 
... 1246 



1204.1206 

. . .1204 

1204 

. 1204 

1206 

.1206 

. . . 1206 
1206 

1204. 1206 
1206 
1206 
. 1206 
1206 
1202 
1206 
1206 
1206 
1206 
120C 



29 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY, TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE- Contt/tued 



Galleys— Continued 

Riveted Zinc 

Unlined 

Zinc 

Gaily Cuttinif and Creasinjr Presses 

Gaily Universal Embossinj? Press 

Gauge. Brass Line 

Gaui^e Pin Drawer 

Gauge Pins and Guides 1212, 

Gauges for BooI<binders 

Gauges. Practical Height 

Gem Lever Paper Cutter, Peerless 

Genuine Hempel Quoins 

German Upper and Lower Cases 

Gilding Presses . . . ' 

Glasses 

Glue. Liquid Padding 

Glue Pot 

Gold Cushions for Bookbinders 

Gordon Presses 1159, 

Grand Cabinets 

Greek Upper and Lower Cases 

Gripper Cross Bar 

Grover Composing Stick 

Guides 1212, 



1206 
1205 
1206 
1163 
1163 
1210 
1212 
1213 
1272 
1192 
1170 
1208 
1276 
1270 
1230 
1216 
1216 
1272 
1160 
1235 
1276 
1213 
1210 
1213 



H. 



Lalf Lined Galleys 1205 

Halftone Benzine Brush 1224 

Hamilton Blank Case 1281 

Hamilton Case Brackets 1284". 1284'' 

Hamilton Correetinfir Bank 1253 

Hamilton Form Truck 1190 

Hamilton Imposing Stone Frames 1258 

Hamilton Job Cases 1275 

Hamilton Lead and Slug Case 1278 

Hamilton Leader Etox 1214 

Hamilton Newspaper Files 1230 

Hamilton Patent Tilting Brackets .... 1284", 1284^ 

Hamilton Rule Cases 1282, 1283 

Hamilton Side Sticks 1226 

Hamilton Single Case Detachable Brackets 1284'\ 1284* 
Hamilton Transfer Imposiner Stone Frames . . . 1261 

Hand Cleaners 1227 

Hand Cylinder Presses 1157. 1158 

Hand Lever Press, Pilot 1160 

Hand Numbering Machines 1197 

Hand Paper Cutters 1168-1170 

Hand Perforators 1183 

Hand Power Punch Presses . . . . 1181 

Hand Press, Washington . . 1186 

Hand Rollers 1128 

Handy Letter-Board Cabinets 1264 

Handy Sort Cabinet 1239 

Hangers. Adjustable . 1209 

Hansen Mitering Machine ... . 1191 

Happy Border Case . 1283 

Hardwood Letter Boards 1263 

Harris Border Case 1281 

Harris Rule Case 1281 

Heading Chases 1221 

Headings for Newspapers 1133-1135 

Heads for Index Printing 1182 

Hebrew Upper and Lower Case . 1276 

Hempel Improved Quoins ... . 1208 

Hercules Steel Rule Cutter . .1203 

High Side Arm Proof Press 1185 

Hill & Webb Galley Lock 1205 

Hoerner's Combination Shute Board 1192 

Hummer Punching Machine 1181 

J.DEAL Brass Leader Case 1283 

Ideal Form Trucks 1189 

Illustrations of Cases 1273-1283 

Imperial Non-Explosive Benzine Cans 1224 

Imposing Stone Frames 

Algoma 1256 

Dorsey 1257 

Economic 1260 

Hamilton 1258 

Hamilton Transfer 1261 

Kaufman 1256 

Metropolitan 1257 

Ramaley 1258 

Savage 1260 

Texas 1259 

Two Rivers 1259 

Universal 1259 

Wisconsin '...".. 1261 

With Letter Boards 1260, 1262. 1263 

With Square Legs 1261 



Imposing Surfaces, Iron . 

Improved Cap Case '.'.'.'.'. 

Improved Hempel Quoins 

Improved Job Case 

Improved New York Job Case ...!.!!!!! 

Improved Space and Quad Case 

Improved Standard Job Sticks '.'.'.' 

Improved Tablet Holder and Clamp 

Inclined Truck, Millers : 

Indexetl Electrotype Cabinets 

Index Punch Heads 1177, 

Individual I^ad or Rule Case [ 

Ink and Roller Cabinets " 

Ink Cabinets 

Ink for Numl>ering Machines 

Ink Fountains 

Ink Knives 

Inkoleum 

lT\k.Fr\nting (Write for Complete ink Book) ^ 

Ink Reducers 

Ink Regulators . [ . . 

Ink Slabs , . , 

Ink Spade . . 

Interlocking Drying Racks, Koemer's ...... 

Iron and Steel Equipment 1284- 

Iron Furniture 

Iron Gauge Pin Drawers 

Iron Newspaper Bases 

Iron Pulleys " ' 

Iron Sectional Blocks . . . 

Iron Side and Foot Sticks 

Iron Top Imposing Surfaces 

Italic or Job Case 



PAQE 

1203 
1276 

1208 
1274 
1275 
1277 
1210 
1216 
1190 
1248 
1182 
1281 
1260 
1250 
1197 
1186 
1211 
1227 

1227 
1227 
1214 
1211 
1284 
-1304 
1202 
1212 
1201 
1209 
1200 
1226 

mm 

1274 



tloB Bank 1252 

Job Chases 1219 

Job Galley Cabinets 1254 

Job Galleys 1204-1206 

Job Press Brake 1215 

Job Press Cabinet 1250 

Job Press Chases 1219 

Job Press Counters ,1193 

Job Presses 1159-1163 

Job Sticks 1201 

Joggers 1209 

Jones Metal Furniture Case 1279 

Justrite Oily Rag Can 1164 



K. 



..AUFMAN Imposing Stone Frame 1266 

Keys and Quoins 1208, 1209 

Kleenu 1227 

Knives 

Ink 1211 

Overlay 1211 

Pallet 1211 

Paper Cutter 1170 

Pressman's 1211 

Tablet 1216 

Koerner's Patent Interlocking Drying Racks . . 1284 



XJabel Holders 

Labor-Saving Cast Iron Furniture . 
I^abor-Saving Furniture Cases .... 

Labor-Saving Lead Racks 

Labor-Saving Leads, American . . - 
Labor-Saving Metal Furniture ... 
Labor-Saving Quotation Furniture . . 

Labor-.Saving Reglet 

Labor-Saving Reglet Cases 

Labor-Saving Steel Furniture .... 
Labor-Saving Wood Furniture .... 
Labor-Saving Wood Furniture Cases . 
Laureate Platen Printing Press , . , 

Lead and Rule Cases 

Lead and Rule Cutters 

Lead and Slug Bank 

Lead and Slug Cases 

Leader Box 

Leader Case 

Leaders, American Line, Brass 

Lead Racks 

Leads, American Line 

Leads and Slugs 

Leather Pocket Rule Case 

Letter Board Cabinets 

Letter Boards 1262, 

Lettering Pallet 

Lever Paper Cutters . . 1168- 



1278. 



1253 
1202 
1268 
1266 
1222 
1223 
1223 
1267 
1267 
1228 
1268 
1268 
1161 
1281 
1191 
1269 
1279 
1214 
1283 
1108 
1266 
1222 
1222 
1211 
1264 
1268 
1215 
1170 



30 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY. TOOLS. MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 


WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE Continued 


Uncoln An-Braa> Uallcy 


f>AUI 

. 12(15 


News teases 


I 
1271 
ll.Vi 


New Series Chandler A Price Press 


Lincoln Typ*» Measurv 


1211 


Newspaper Chases 


121,- l-.l'l 


Un« Mciwurm 


1210 


Newspai>er Fllei* 


r.M" 


J Iftninif lj«^stl> .,,..,,, 


1222 


Newspaper Foldei> 
Newspaper Galleys . . 
Newspaiier Haadinffs . 


l.'y 
12" 1 i.;i«; 


1 Unotypr Liner mnd Ejeeter Blad* (MiiMt 


1251 


Ijnotyp*? (.alleys 


. 1206 


ll:(i. m.'. 


Linotyiw Mairailne Cabinet 


.1240 


.Newspaper Prsaaaa . . 


11, vi 11. > 


1 Linotype Matrix Cahincl 


1251 


New»i>aper Sub-Hoadinirii 


llSi 


Linotype Tlaners 


122.'. 


News Sticks 


1210 


1 Linotype Saw - . 


11K7 


New .^tar Adjustable Lockup 


1208 


L Ijiqutd IVment Briixh 


1216 


New Star Line Measure 


1210 


[ l^tlid IVltlittK Glue 


1216 


New Wedge Star CompoalnE Stick . . 
Now Winv-Horton Mailers . ... 


1210 


Locka. Galley 

Lons Wood Quoins . . 


1205 
1226 


1188 


New York Case Brackets . . 


!2Hf-1284' 


Looae Leaf Punchinir Attachment ... 


1176. 1182 


New York Double Case Stands 


1247 


Low Caa« Bracket 


1284'. 12,>t4' 


New York Dryinc Racks . . 


1284 


Lye Bruahes 


. ... 1224 


New York Improved Job Case 


1276 


iVlACHtNE«Y FOR PRINTGKa 

Masailne Cabinet, Linotype 




New York Quadruple Case Stands 
New York Sinicln Caae Staiuis . . 
Non Explosive Benzine Cans 


1247 


1188-1187 
1270 


1247 
1224 


Ma«7ilfyinir Glaaaea .... 

Mailinic Galleys 

Make-up Rules 
Make-up Tables 


1280 

1206 

. 1211 

1269 


Nt;MBCRiNC Machines 
American . . 
Atlaa ... 
Bates ... 


1194-1197 
1197 
1197 
1197 


Maiung Maciii.nks 




Boston Model 


1191 


Acme .... 


1188 


Manmioth . . 


WX, 


MercanUle. 


1188 


Midvet . . 


1 1'l.S 


Mustanff . . . 


1188 


One inch ... 


. 1194 


New Winir-Horttin 


1188 


Roberts 


.1197 


Mallets. All Kinds 


1225 


Wetter. All Kinds 


1194-1197 


Mam-"..!!. !-■" [■'..•-."in.-. 


121)2 


Numbering Machine Ink 


1197 


Man ■ Furniture (■;!-,. 


12>« 






Man ^-t-rinp Mai-hiri<-> 


11% 


Wll.Y RAC CAN.S. JUSTRITE 




^ Maim;..:.. i..,.. L'jises . 


. . 1278 


1164 


Manufacturers' Card Cutter 
Marble Impoains Tables . . 


. . .1207 
1256-1263 


Old .Style News Cases 


1274 
1194 


One Inch Wide Wetter Numberinv Machine 


Marble Ink Slabs 


. . .1214 


("Inlario Paper Cutters . 


1167 


Marvel Punching Machine 


. . . . 1181 


Open Hole Punch Sets 


1178 


Masterman ComiMwinK Room Cabinet . . 


. . . .1289 


Orro Embosser .... 


12(r7 


Materials and Supplies for Bonkhinders 


1270-1273 


Oswuitu Die Cutting Preas 


. 1166 


Matrix Cabinet. Linotype . 


1261 


Oswegt) Paper Cutters . . . 
Overhead Fixtures 


1166-1168 


Matych Plate Cutter . . 


1192 


1209 


May Leader Box 


1214 


Overlay Knife . . 


1211 


MrFatrich Galleya 


1206 






McGreal Combination Chaaes 


. 1221 


Jadding GLItK 

I'a#re Form Storage Cabinets . 

Pallet for l^!ttering 

Pallet Ink Knives 




Measures. Type 

Mevill Automatic Kcifiiiter t^uaife . . 
Mercjintile Adcln*Sf»jn»f Machine ... 
Mercantile Addressinir Mmiiifie Galleys 
Mercantile Quoins 


1210. 1211 
121S 
1188 
1206 

11S8 


1216 
1264 
1216 
1211 


Metal Cleaner 


1227 






Metal Comer Quatls 


1223 


Paper Cutters 




Metal Furniture 


122:i 


Advance Ijcver 


1169 


MeUI Fumitur.- Cahin.l 


ij...;, I2«i 


Advance Pony I^'ver 


1169 


Metal Furniture Case 


lliTs. 127H 


Chandler 4 Price 


1169 


Metal Furniture Storage Cabinet 


, 1286-1269 


Chandler & Price Lever 


tl«9 


Metal Leads and SIuk» 


. . . 1222 


Diamond 


1168 


MeUI Seelional Blocks 


1200 


Ontario 


1167 


MeUllic Tape Couplers 


121S 


Oswego Automatic 


1166 


Metropolitan lmi»OHint: Stone Framei. 

Midi.'eT S;if.-(-. (jiloins 


12S7 

1208 


Oswego Bench 

Oswego Combination Hand and Power 


.1170 
1166 




1222 


Oswego Die Cuttinit 


1166 


.Tnlj^'rinK Machint*.*. 


1 !;».':• 


Oswego Hand I#ver . 


1168 


PC Cialleys 


120:*) 


Oswego Hand Wheel Drive 


1166 


■ Truck 


ll'JO 


Oswego Paper Mill 


1166 


• ■rsal Saw-TrimlTMT 


Us? 


Osweifo Power. Hand (1ami> 


1166 


rrrjin'n l)ej*k No, 1 


12,'..'i 


OaweKo Semi-Autoniatic 


1165. 1166 


'■* [)<-uk 


12.S.T 


Peerless Gem 


. . 1170 


-. IVsk 


12.Vi 


Paper and Card Stock Cabinets 


1266.1272 




lliri 


Paper Box Cutting and Creasing Preaaea 


1168 


:>'ikrht Iron Newspaper Bases 


1201 
. 1214 


Paper Counter . 
Paper Cutter Kniv.^ 


1216 
1170 


.i.ichinea 


1191 


Paper Drill . . 


1181 


.Monarcn Hempel Quoins . 


12riK 


Paper Folders 


I2:a 




I2.il 


Pai>er Jo»rger 


1209 


Monotype Correctinir Case 


Ilil 


Paper Punches 


1176-1181 


Monotype Galleys 


1204 


Paper Roll Trucks 


1190 


Movable Dryinir Racks 


12M 


Patent All-Brass Galleys 


1204 


Movable Galley Racks 


12 Hi 


Paterson Job Case 


1276 


Music Cases 

MustanK Mailer 


1277 
1IK« 


Pebbling Machines . . . 
PedaatM Foot Power Attachment 


1170 
1182 


Mustans MaiUnK Galley 


UW 


Peerless Gem Ixiver Paper Cutlers 
Peerless Job Printing Presses 


1170 
1160 


il ATIONAL CaKD Cl'TTKK 




I'erfecting Rule .Set 


1211 


ri"7 


Perfection Patent Clasp CaM'»i 


1273 


National Rotary Perforator 


UK! 


P. rf...ti.,n It.ilf Case 


1281 


Neshota Rule Case 


127X 


' ' ilileting Press 


1216 


New Century Ink Fountain 


llsii 




1210 


New Departure Cabinets 


1241 


1 ■ ' jauge . 


1212 


New Departur* Type Case* 


1273 


Perforating and Scoring Machines . 


1188 



81 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY, TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE- Continued 



1212, 



1176- 



1166- 



1163- 



Perporatobs 1164, 

Burch . . . 

Hand 

National Rotary 

Tatum 

Pilot Hand Lever Press 

Pins, Gauge 

Planers 

Plate Cutter 

Plate Zinc Galleys 

Plow and Press for Bookbinders . . . 

Pocket Magnifying Glasses 

Pocket Rule Case, Leather 

Polhemus Cabinets 

Polhemus Case Stands 

Popular Card Cutter 

Porson Greek Case 

Porter Extension Front Cabinets . . . 
Portland Multiple Punching Machine 

Poster Chases 

Poster Sticks, Wood 

Potter Proof Presses 

Power Paper Cutters 

Power Perforators 

Practical Height Gauge 

Premier Presses 

Premium Card Cutter 

Press Boards 1226, 

Press Brake 

Press Counters 

Press, Die Cutting . 

Pressed Brass Galleys 

Pressed Steel Storage Galleys 

Press Guides , . 

Press Locks, Cylinder ... . . . 

Pressman's Cabinet , . . . 

Pressman's Combination Quoin Key 

Pressman's Knife 

Pressman's Quoin Key . , 

Pressman's Register Cabinet 

Press Points 

Press Punch Ejectors 

Press Rollers 

Pressroom Cabinet, Dorsey 

Pressroom Trucks 

Press Seats 

Price List of Brackets 

Price List of Cases 

Price List of New Departure Type Cases . , . . 

Price List of Wood Type 

Printers' Quoins 

Printers' Saw Table 

Printers' Tweezers 

Printers' Wood Goods 1234 

Printing Ink. (Write for Complete Ink Hook.) 



PAGE 

1183 
1164 
1183 
1183 
1183 
1160 
1213 
122.5 
1192 
1206 
1270 
1230 
1211 
12.'?4 
1243 
1207 
1276 
1238 
1178 
1219 
1210 
1184 
1169 
1183 
1192 
1155 
1207 
1271 
1215 
1193 
1163 
1206 
1206 
1213 
1203 
12,';4 

vzm 

1211 
1209 
12S5 
12(19 
1182 
1228 
1254 
1190 
1192 
1284'' 
1273 
1273 
1145 
1226 
1187 
1214 
1284 



Printing Presses 1163, 1163 

Brower Drum Cylinder 1157 

Chandler & Price Gordon 1160 

Chandler & Price New Series 11.59 

Colt's Armory 1161-1163 

Cranston 1158 

Diamond 1158 

Gaily Cutting and Creasing 1163 

Gaily Universal Embossing 1163 

Laureate Models J and T 1161 

Peerless 1160 

Pilot Lever 1160 

Pilot Lever Hand Press 1160 

Premier • 11,53-1156 

Premier Two-Revolution Press 1153-1155 

Stonemetz 1158 

Washington Hand 1186 

Whitlock Newspaper Press 1156 

Whitlock Three Roller 1156 

Whitlock Two-Revolution Pony . 1155, 1156 

Proof Planers 1225 

Proof Presses 

Challenge 1186 

Chandler & Price 1185 

Potter 1184 

Vandercook 1185 

Washington Hand 1186 

Wesel Patent Electric ... . , 1184 

Proofreaders' Desks 1255 

Pulleys, Wood and Iron 1209 

Punches and Eyelets 1215 

Punching Attachment Sterling Round Cornering 

Machine 1182 

Punching Heads 1177 



Punching Machines 1176-1181 

Hummer 1181 

Marvel 1181 

Portland 1176-1178 

Southworth 1179, 1180 

Standard 1181 

Punching Machines, Hand Power 1181 

Punch Sets U80 

Pyramid Lead and Slug Bank 1269 

vrtiJAD Cases 1283 

Quadruple Cases 1274 

Quadruple Chases 1220 

Quads (See Type Index) 

Quads, Circular and Angular 1222 

Quads, Corner 1223 

Quarter Cases 1281-1283 

Quarto Chases 1220 

Quoin Keys 1209 

Quoins 

Challenge Hempel 1208 

Favorite 1208 

Improved Hempel 1208 

Long Wood 1226 

Mercantile 1188 

Midget 1208 

Monarch 1208 

New Star 1208 

Register 1208 

Wickersham 1208 

Wooden, in Boxes, Barrels and Bags 1226 

Quotation Furniture 1223 

Quotation Quads 1223 



Ra 



Labbeted Bases . . .1200 

Racks and Case Stands ... 1247 

Racks, Drying .... 1284 

Racks, Lead 1266 

Racks, Movable Galley 1246 

Radio-Iron Imposing Surfaces 1203 

Railroad, or Reversible Metal Furniture 1223 

Ramaley Imposing Stone Frames 1258 

Rawhide Mallets 12'25 

Redington Counter 1193 

Re<lucers, Crawford's . . ... 1227 

Reducing Glasses 1230 

Register Gauge, Perfect 1212 

Register Hooks . . 1198 

Register Quoins 1208 

Reglet 1230. 1267 

Reglet Cases, Labor-Saving 1267 

Regulators, Ink 1227 

Reversible Metal Furniture .... 12*23 

Reversible Unit Cabinet . 1236, 1237 

Richter's Metal Cleaner . . . . 1227 

Right Angle Pressman's Qut»in Key 1209 

Riveted Galleys, Brass and Zinc 1204-1206 

Roljerts Numbering Machines 1197 

Roll Cloth Cutting Machine 1270 

Roller Brackets 1284", 1284' 

Roller Cabinet 1350 

Roller Cloth 1228 

Roller Composition 1228 

Roller Cores 1228 

Roller Spray . 1227 

Roller Supporters . 1215 

Rollers, Press . 1228 

Rollers, Prices for Casting . . 1228 

Roll Front Case Racks .... , 1248 

Rotary Perforators . . 1183 

Roughing Machines 1170 

Round Cornering Machines . . 1182 

Round End Spatulas . . 1211 

Round Hole Punch Heads 1177 

Rouse Composing Sticks . . . 1210 

Rouse Copy Holder 1226 

Rouse Lino-Slug Cutter .1191 

Rouse Mitering Machines ... . , 1191 

Rouse Register Hooks . 1198 

Rouse Unit System Bases 1200 

Rouse Universal Block System . 1198 

Rowen Border and Script Type Cabinets 1253 

Rubber Blankets 1228 

Rule Cases 1281, 1282 

Rule Cutters 1191 

Rule, Cutting and Scoring, Steel 1111 

Rules, Composing and Make-up 1211 

Ruling Machines 1232 

Ruling Pen Cabinet 1245 

Russell Tabular Case 1276 



32 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY. TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNITURE- Co/i«niied 



c 


• •AOf 




l-AO* 


kjAKETT BENZINkCaN 


1224 


Straivht Edres for BookUnders . 


12T2 


Saniapwlrl Rulai Cue . 


1281 


Strip Ixnd and Hill.' Cal.int-t . . . 


124(1 


Savain.- ImiKMinK Ston« tVamv 
SawTMillcr UniverwU 


1200 


.*;• ■;ii„|.. 




1187 


V. 


rii'7 


Sawi, Miter 


1214 


S ^.^ 


1224 


ScarinKUid r ,., ., 


1163 


I'l ui-k . . 


1189 


Scorinir «n<l ' 


nil 


•'" k SyHtem .... 


11»9 


Scivw Comp 


1210 


.^ - .1 TabletinB FroBs 


1216 


S,rii>t Type I aiittu't-* 


12« 


Sun- .Sli.>t Hinder 




^ • 11 TypeCue (m« Wood 7Vp« CVuf ) . 


.1249.1278 










J •■■■ f ":-;nERY . . 




' '■■■•.■la 


1200 


1272 


' use and Form Rack . . 


11H9 


■| 


1266 


!kT C«bineu 


1184 


'1 .Attachment 


. 117K 


I'roof Preaa 


IIM 


'liii.Ki ii<.i(i..r and Clamp 


1216 


Hoveled Fumiuire 


r.;iw 


Tahl.a Knifa 


. 1216 


he* for Blank B<ink Makers . 


. 12711 


TalilBt Presses 


. . 1216 


.1 • -. i.>f 


liiii 


TakeSluirs 


.1223 






Tape 




Sfufitard Cutinters 


1 1'.a 


Tupe Couplers 


. . 1216 


Si ■ ■ .^...1.- 


122ti 


Tape. Steel, TjT>e Measure 


1211 




122G 
I'V. 


Tatum Paper Drill 


1181 




Tatuni Perforator 


. 1183 


.• ' i're«aLocka . . 


r.'Ki 


'I'fi*'"" '■ Hinir Machines . . . 


1181 


1 i Caaea 


1.'77 


1 ■ r!ur Stone Frames . 


. . 1259 




!"*"'S 




1131 


' All.".' 


122;! 
1213 








Three-quarter California Job Case . . . 


1279 




lil^t 


Tiltinsr Case Brackets 


. 1184". 1284' 


' ' y 




Tracy CabineU 




A.jrlh i^unching Machines 


1179. 1180 


Tracy Steel Run SUnds . . 


. . 1246 


and Quad fane. All-riicht 


. . .1288 


Transfer ImiMsinK Stone Frame 


.1261 


.■>.! ijMad Caaea 1271 


.1279,1288 


Triansrular T>-pe Measure 


. . 1211 


■ M Case 


1274 






^ and Copper Thin 


. . .1181 


Triumph Eyelet Punch and Set 


. . 1216 


'■erinir Machinr*t 


1195. 1197 

. . .1178 


Truck for Paper Rolls 


1190 


M Heads 


Trucks. Pressroom and Bindery .... 


. . 1189. 1190 




.1249 
1221 

1227 


Tweezers 


. . 1214 




Twin Chases 


1218 


■ MiT 


Two-Font Job Case. Wells 


1276 




, 1211 


Two-Revolution Presses 


1158. 11(6-1168 


l^ 


1211 


Two Rivers Cap Case 


1274 




1261 


Two Rivers Imposinfr Stone Frames . . 


1269 


■K-hes 


1181 


Two Rivers Lead and Slu? Case .... 


1278 


■Mvy with Ix-tlor Boartls 


1263 


Two-Third Cases (See Index to Caaet) . 


. . 1278.1279 


Staiids. Ca&e . . . 


. . 1247 


Two-Tier Wisconsin Lead Rack .... 


. ... 1266 






Tympan Paper Cabinet 


1266 


STAPI.E Binders 


1171. 117B 


Tympan Press Boards 


1226 


Acnw ..... 


1176 


Type Cabinets (See Index to Cabinet) , 


. . 1234-1248 


Boaton 


1174 
1175 


Type Cases (See Index to Caaea) .... 


. . 1273-1279 


Breech Loader 


Type-Hiirh Gauges 


1192 


Sure .Shot . . . 


... 1176 


Type-Hiifh Machine 


1192 


Yariter . . . 


1174. 1176 


TVpe-High Numbering Machines . . . 


. 1193-1197 


St.,,.!,-:.. \V]-. 1174 


1175.1229 


Type Measures . 


. 1210. 1211 


tiber to the pound . 1229 


Type Wash. Eureka 


1227 


■ ■,r...,ri i^.i.iMt-t '.'.'.'.'. 


. . .1210 
. . .12M ' 
1217-1221 


UNrr Type Cabinet 


. . 1236, 1237 






Universal IiiUH>8JnK Stone Frame . . . . 


... 12l» 


-nir Rules .... 


. . . 1211 


Unlined Newspaper Galleys ... 


1206 


. and Scorinir Rule 


. . . 1111 1 


Upriitht Miterinfr Machine 


1191 




199fi 


Utility Lead Cutter 1191 

TANnERrooK CoMPoaiNO Room Cylinder 


: ■ : : : i«m < 


•.terHook 


.1199 . 
. . . 1211 


^ 


PRDOr Press 


1185 




.1203 
1231-124.1 
1244-1246 


Vandercook HiRh Side Arm Proof Press 


1186 




Vandercook Roller Series Proof Press . 


1186 




Vibrating Rollers for Chandler & Price Presses . . 1186 


ilting Kulf . 


. nil 


Wa8hin<!Ton Hand Press . 






... 1221 


. . 1186 


.isure, Lincoln ... 


. . 1211 


Wells Job Case . . 


. .1276 
1226 




.1229 


Wells l»nK Wood Quoins 


■ Brushes . . 


1224 


Weeel Brass Sectional Blocks 


1200 




. . 1220 


Wesel Electric Self-Inking Proof Press 


1184 




... 1192 


Wett«r Raggafrc Chin-k Numbering MacI 


ine . . . 1194 


..Extra 


. . .1182 


Wetter Special Numbering Machines 


1194 




... 1182 , 


Wetter Type-Hii;h Numbering Machines 
Whe.!|er Job Cane 


1196 


ver Attachment . 


. . .1182 


1275 


'iicnt 


117ft-1178 1 


WhitJ.)ck Newspaper Presses 


1166 


Msohine 


. . .1182 


WhilLick Two-Rev.ilution Presses . 


1166.1166 




. .1280 ; 


Wickerftham Prcsiiman's Quoin Key . . 


1209 




. .mo ' 


Wickersham tjuoini. 


1208 




1228 1 


Wilson AdjuBtablH Patent Blocks 


. . .1200 


Jill. :-. tvii-i-.M 


1171-1178 


Wilson .Solid Iron Bl.K-ks 


. . 1200 


■a. Caper and Card 


. .1266 1 


Window Cabinets 


.1242 




. . .1266 1 


Wing-Horton Mailer 


. . 1188 


■ "-volution Presa 


. . . 1168 


Wir.' Staples 


1176. 12» 




US*. IMt 






. . .1254 


Wire Stitchers. Boston 


. . 1171-1178 


-i..rLeada,Slua»an<lFBniltur« . 12«B 


WiHcinsin Combination Quarter Cases . 


. . int 


binravs tialieys 


.1206 


Wisconsin Hani W.iod Cabinets . 


.1241 



320 



INDEX 



Index No. 4-PRINTERS' MACHINERY, TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES AND 
WOOD GOODS AND WOOD COMPOSING ROOM FURNlTURE-Con«nued 



Wisconsin Imposing: Stone Frame 1261 

Wisconsin I^ead Rack 1266 

Wisconsin Printer's Trucks 1190 

Wisconsin Quarter Cases 1283 

Wisconsin Steel Run Cabinets 1242 

Wisconsin Window Cabinet 1242 

Wood and Brass Type Measures 1210. 1211 

Wooden Mallets 1225 

Wooden Poster Stick 1210 

Wooden Shootinjf Sticks 1226 

V/ood Foot Sticks 1226 

Wood Furniture and Wood Furniture Cases . . . 1268 

Wood Goods ^234-1284 

Wood Quoins 1226 

Wood ReKlet 1230, 1267 

Wood Rule llBO-1152 

Wood Split Pulleys 1209 



Wood Type, Price List and Schemes 114.5 

Wood Type 1146-1149 

Wood-Type Cabinets 1249 

Wood-Type Case 1249.1278 

Working Cabinet, Dorsey Compositor's 1252 

Working Galleys 1252 

JLankee Composing Stick 1210 

Yankee Job Cases 1275 

Yankee Side Sticks 1226 

Yarger Staple Binder 1174, 1175 

Yarger Staples 1174. 1175. 1229 

Zjenobia Rule Case 1278 

Zinc-Bound Press Boards 1271 

Zinc Galleys ■ 1206 



Index No. 5-IRON AND STEEL PRINTING OFFICE EQUIPMENTS 



PAQE 

American Combination Dumping and Cok- 

RECTiNG Tables 12^ 

American Dumping Banks 1292 

American Dumping Table 1291 

American Galley Receiving and Storage Table . . 1291 

American Linotype Correcting Table 1291 

American Make-up Table No. 415 1291 

American Make-up or Transfer Trucks 1293 

American Matrix Tissue Holder 1299 

American Newspaper Make-up Tables 1290 

Bindery Work Tables 1298 

Cabinets— 

Cut Cabinets 1289 

Extension Front 1287 

Flat Top Galley 1297 

Flush Front 1287 

Galley Storage or Mail List 1297 

Hamilton Page Storage 1296 

Lctterboard 1296 

Mail List 1297 

Mills Extra Strong 1288 

Mills Head Letter 1289 

Page Storage 1296 

Rogers 1286 

Tracy 1286 

Case Racks. Wrought Iron 1297 

Case Stands— 

Extension Front 1288 

Wrought Iron 1297 

Correcting Tables— 

American Combination Dumping and Correct- 
ing 1292 

American Linotype 1291 

Hamilton Linotype 1293 

Cut Cabinets 1289 

Drying Rack and Stock Table No. 917 .... 1298 
Dumping Table 1291 

Dumping Tables and Banks— 

American Combination No. 450 1292 

American Dumping Bank 1292 

American No. StlO 1291 

Efficiency Department Announcement . . 36, 37 

Extension Front Cabinets 1287 

Extension Front Case Stands 1288 

Flat Top Galley Cabinets 1297 

Flexityp Dry Cold Stereotype Flongs 131 

Flongs, Stereotype Matrix 1300 

Flush Front Cabinets 1287 

Form Rack No. 935 1298 

Galley Cabinets— 

Flat Top 1297 

Hamilton No. 866 1296 

Mail List 1297 

Storage or Mail List 1297 

Galley Receiving and Storage Table 1291 

Galley Storage or Mail List Cabinets 12'J7 

Hamilton Form Rack No. 936 1298 

Hamilton Galley Cabinet No. 656 12% 

Hamilton Imposing Table No. 7(10 1296 

Hamilton Imposing Table No. 726 129-1 



PAGE 

Hamilton Linotype Correcting Table 1293 

Hamilton Make-up and Storage Table 1293 

Hamiltx>n Page Storage Cabinet 1296 

Important to Buyers 1285 

Imposing and Storage Table No. 725 1294 

Imposing Tables— 

Hamilton, No. 700 1296 

Hamilton Nos. 725, 726 1294 

Imposing Tables. Nos. 717. 730-738 1296 

Imposing Tables with Storage Trucks . . . .1295 
Mills Extra Strong 1295 

Ingot Casters 1301 

Letter Board Cabinets 1296 

Linolite Lamps and Reflectors 130O 

Linotype Correcting Table 1291. 1293 

Make-up and Storage Tables— 

American Newspaper Nos. 410, 411 1290 

American No. 415 1291 

American Make-up Trucks 1293 

Hamilton Make-up and Storage No. 801 .. . 1293 

Make-up Trucks 1293 

Matrix Flongs 1300 

Matrix Tissue Holder 1299 

Metal Trucks. Self Dumping 1299 

Mills Extra Strong Case Cabinets 1288 

Mills Head Letter Case Cabinets 1289 

Mills Imposing Tables 1295 

National Ingot Casters 1301 

Newspaper Make-up Tables 1290 

Page Storage Cabinets 1295 

Rogers Steel Cabinet 1286 

Self-Dumping Metal Trucks 1299 

Stands. Case 1288. 1297 

Steel Cabinets 1286-1289 

Stereotype Matrix Flongs 1300 

Stock Table No. 917 1298 

Storage Tables and Cabinets— 

American Galley Receiving and Storage . . . 1291 

Galley Storage or Mail List 1297 

Hamiltfm Make-up and Storage 1293 

Hamilton Page Storage 1296 

Imposing and Storage No. 725 1294 

Page Storage 1296 

Storage Trucks 1295 

Tracy Steel Cabinet 128S 

Transfer Trucks 1293 

Trucks— 

American Self-Dumping 1299 

Hamilton Self-Dumping 1299 

Make-up or Transfer 1293 

Metal Trucks 1299 

Storage Trucks 1293. 1295 

Transfer or Make-up 1293 

Work Tables 12^ 

Wrought Iron Case Racks 1297 

Wrought Iron Case Stands 1297 



32' 













Why Buy Old Type Faces 






When New Ones 








Cost No More? 








TN this American Specimen Book of Type Styles 
X are shown a great many new and beautiful type 














faces not heretofore printed in specimen book 








form. The American Type Founders Company's 








world-wide reputation for originality in its selec- 








tion of popular and stylish type designs remains 








unchallenged, and the foremost printing offices of 






h 


the world are now rapidly equipping with its latest 






■ 


and best products. The question now arises: "WTiy 






;-" 


buy Old typefaces when New ones cost no more?" 






^- 


Why continue the use of old-fashioned type faces 






r 


when new faces make your work more attractive; 






c 


when the new faces are carried in stock for prompt 






ll:-7 


delivery, while the old faces are invariably cast 






Fir ' 


to order, necessitating delay and increased cost? 






=-- ; - 


Let the printer seriously consider this and realize 






fS^ 


how much more profitable he could make his 






M 


business were he to discard the old, worn-out 






w 


type and select his requirements from the many 








useful and profit-making series of American type 








shown in this specimen book. Keep the plant 






m 


young through infusion of variety. 






EI-- 


American Type Founders Company 






t 


ORIGINATOR OF TYPE STYIJCS 






|v : 








" 





33 



1 Kimlrr No. lZ4t 



The American Type Founders Company is 
the largest manufadurer in the world of 
Type, Borders, Ornaments, Brass Rule 
and ^rass Type, etc., as well as the most 
important dealer in: 



Job Type 




Brass Galleys 


Body Type 




Galvanized Galleys 


Borders 




Zinc Galleys 


Ornaments 




Special Galleys 


Spaces and Quads 




Leads and Slugs 


Cast Cuts 




Copper Thin Spaces 


Cast Initials 




Electric Welded Chases 


Brass Rule 




Bright Steel Chases 


Brass Corners 




Radio Iron Surfaces 


Brass Leads 




Steel Furniture 


Brass Slugs 




Iron Furniture 



The above list comprises only a few of the many produds sold by this Company 
to printers throughout the world. The variety and extent of its 
manufadures is not equaled by any other type foun- 
dry and none can render as efficient service 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY 



Set in Cheltenham Oldstyle Condeneed and Cheltenham Italic 



34 



Typotect Border 



r' 



The American Type Founders Company in addition to 
manufaduring many of the prime essentials required m 
the art of printing, is in the best possible position to 
supply Everything for the Printer, as it represents, 
among others, the following manufadurers, who rank 
highest in their special lines: 



CYLINDER PRESSES 
Premier Printing Preu &i. 
WKitlock Printing ?na Co. 
QuUenge Machinery Co. 
Cruuton Printing Pren Co. 
A. T. H. Brower Co. 

JOB PRESSES 

Chandler & Price Co. 
John Thompson Co. 
Peerless Printing Press Co. 
National Machine Co. 
Golding Manufaduring Co. 
Boston Printing Press Co. 

STAPLING MACHINES 
Boston Wire Stitcher Co. 
Acme Staple Co. 
Samuel J. Yarger 

PRINTERS' WOOD GOODS 
Hamiltoo Manufacturing Co. 

PAPER CUTTERS 
Chandler & Price Co. 
Oswego Machinery Co. 
Challenge Machinery Co. 
Peerless Printing Press Co. 
Paul Shniedewend & Co. 



ROUND CORNERING 
MACHINES 

Soulhworth Machinery Co. 

Samuel C. Tatum Co. 

F. PRosbachCo. 

PUNCHING MACHINES 

Southworth Machinery Co. 
Samuel C Tatum Co. 
F. P. Rosback Co. 

PERFORATING MACHINES 

Soulhworth Machinery Co. 
Samuel C. Tatum Co. 
National Machinery Co. 
F. P. Roaback Co. 

WIRE STITCHERS 

Boston Wire Stitcher Co. 
F. Wesel Manufacturing Ca 
F. P. Rosbaclt Co. 

PROOF PRESSES 
A. F. Wanner Co. 
Eastern Sales Co. 
Chandler & Price Co. 
Challenge Machinery Co. 
' F. Wesel Manufacturing Co. 
Paul Shniedewend & Co. 



It is impossible to enumerate here many other machines and supplies in which we 

are extensive dealers. It will at all times afford us pleasure to furnish 

details and prices of any appliances manufadured, if you 

will let us know your requirements 

AMERICAN nPE FOUNDERS COMPANY 






\\ 



EFFICIENCY PRINTING PLANTS 



To Those about to Equip New Plants or Re-Equip Established Plants: 

The American Type Founders Company has a staff of experienced 
Printing Plant Efficiency Engineers, at 300 Communipaw Avenue, Jersey 
City, N. J., for the purpose of laying out complete printing plants or de- 
partments of printing plants with the object of securing the greatest 
Efficiency in Operation and the greatest Economies in Space and in 
Production. 

Our Efficiency Engineers are experienced practical printers, and also 
fully conversant with the details of photo-engraving, electrotyping and 
stereotyping, and competent to advise in the selection and the arrange- 
ment of plants for these processes, as well as composing rooms. 

WHEN SPECIALIZATION OF PRINTING PLANTS 
BECOMES PROFITABLE 

When the work done in any printing plant is of a special character, 
and is done in large enough quantities to bring it into the class of regu- 
lar manufacturing, the time has arrived when the subject of specializa- 
tion of equipments to facilitate and to economize production can be 
profitably considered. 

Nearly all of the larger periodical and newspaper plants and most 
of the commercial plants, especially the self-contained plants (which 
combine engraving and electrotyping with printing), are in the class 
which needs the services of our Expert Designers and Efficiency 
Engineers. 

NEW PRINTING EDIFICES 

The time to call in our Efficiency Engineers is when the architect is 
ready to commence his work. It is not to be expected that architects, 
however eminent, have sufficient knowledge of printing practice to 
enable them to plan the work rooms so that they will afford all possible 
economies in handling the work from start to finish. A thorough knowl- 
edge of all details of all the printing operations is required to enable one 
to properly locate and advise upon the construction of the stairways, 
elevators, dummy elevators, copy chutes, automatic copy carriers, win- 
dows, skylights, ventilators (to maintain the necessary equable tempera- 
ture in pressrooms as well as to provide satisfactory sanitary conditions), 
water inlets and outlets, gas inlets, conduits for electric wiring, radiators, 
etc. Our Efficiency Engineers work in connection with the architects, 
and the more eminent the architect the more ready he is to welcome 
such assistance. A large proportion of factory buildings are put up in 
advance of knowing for what purposes the tenants will use them. In 



Set in Clearface, Clearface Bold and Clearface Bold Italic 

36 



such instances one can only make the best of what is provided by the 
landlord; but when a building or part of a building is constructed sp)e- 
cially for printing purposes there is an opportunity for incorporating in 
the building very important and constant economies or (as too often hap- 
pens) for establishing decidedly uneconomical conditions equally constant. 

SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENTS FOR PLANTS THAT ARE 
PERMANENTLY ESTABLISHED 

When a printing business has reached the manufacturing stage 
(whether of periodicals, newspapers, books or commercial work) it has 
usually proved that it is established on foundations which insure its 
permanency. Its every purchase should then be made with a view to 
the longest service and the greatest efficiency. In the composing-room 
no equipments are so economical as those well made in iron and steel, 
which are practically indestructible, and preserve their style and finish 
and dignity while being handed down from one generation to another. 

ECONOMY 

Modem buying is advancing from the effort to cheapen to the de- 
mand for greatest value. Permanency is coming to be recognized as a 
chief consideration in purchasing equipments. Hence the present tre- 
mendous rebuilding of railroads and business edifices, the sole motive 
for which outlay is to realize permanent economies. The larger printing 
plants cannot be fully efficient with ready-made composing-room equip- 
ments designed for the average plant. Our Specially Designed Iron 
and Steel Composing Room Exjuipments are practically indestructible 
and economize in space and time. 

EFFICIENCY 

Labor Cost is increasing, and will inevitably continue to increase. 
The apparatus for doing business is constantly becoming more intricate 
and expensive. One field of economy still remains uncultivated: the 
Increase of Efficiency in the use of business apparatus — men, equip- 
ments and machines— by the elimination of Waste Time, Waste Move- 
ments and Waste Space. Our efficiency department designs and manu- 
factures Equipments for Composing Rooms which prevent such waste. 
It plans and installs Economies, as distinguished from those methods 
which perpetuate Inefficiency. 

For further information address 

EFFICIENCY DEPARTMENT 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY 

NUMBER THREE HUNDRED COMMUNIPAW AVENUE 
JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY 



37 



72 Point . 




)"!°d ZL 



AMERICAN TYPE SYSTEM 

Point Adjustments of Body, Widths and Line 



AMERICAN POINT BODIES 

American types are manufacftured accurately on interchange- 
able point bodies, and so are the brass rules, leads and slugs, metal 
furniture and cast cuts shown in this catalogue. 

AMERICAN POINT SET 

To facilitate accurate and easy ju^cation, American types 
are cast to widths that are multiples of a typographic f)oint or 
fractions thereof. 

AMERICAN POINT LINE 

I. American Common Line — the line common to the 
majority of faces. 

11. American TiTL,E Lin:e — chiefly used for Title faces. 

111. American Sc^th/ JPine — embraces Script and other 
faces with long descenders. 

The American Lining System is the perfe<aion of the 
systems adopted by the type founders of this country. The use 
of the American Lining System is here exemplified in the 
use, without justification, of different type faces caft on 
the American Common Line — a feature that must com- 
mend itself to Printers for its simpKcity and practical use. 

Every face on Common Line will line at the bottom with 
all faces cast on the same body; and by using point leads each 
size will line with all other sizes cail on either Common, 
Title or Script Lines. 

The exaimple on this page illu^ates practically the 6, 8, 1 0, 

12, 14, 18, 24. 30. 36. 48, 54, 60 and 72 Point sizes of 
Cheltenham Medium aligned with point justification. To better 
illu&ate the system, one-point brass rule was used in aligning 
the thirteen sizes — each fine line representing a one-point lead. 



American Type Founders Co, 

ORIGINATOR OF TYPE FASHIONS 



38 



Important to Buyers | 

The Demand 1 

Determines the Supply | 

THE progressive printers have in reality S 

sele<5tecl the type faces and decorative = 

materials shovv^n in this Book. Here = 

£aid there are printers w^ho for one s 

reason or another cling to old-fashioned job s 

type faces, now rapidly becoming obsolete, but = 

the demeind for the old-fashioned type faces = 

is so small and dwindling that they cannot = 

profitably be carried in stock. S 

There is no kind of printing that Ccinnot s 

be done better with the newer progressive type S 

faces than with old-fashioned job type faces. = 

Printing done with the feishionable, pop- = 

ular emd progressive type faces show^n in this S 

Book is more valuable to the printers' cu^o- ^ 

mers than if set in type faces which S 

are old-fashioned relics S 

of the past M 




I American Type Founders Company | 



ORiaNATOR OF TYPE STYLES 



Information for Buyers 



SIZES OF MINIMUM WEIGHT FONTS 



Weight Fonts 
points, with 
face and line 
scheme. 

5 lbs. and 

10 lbs. and 

20 lbs. and 

25 lbs. and 

50 lbs. and 

75 lbs. and 

100 lbs. and 



of caps, lower case, figures and 
small caps, if made, of one body, 
ordered at one time cast to regular 



multiples, 3 to 4J Point inclusive, 
multiples, 5 and 5J Point, 
multiples, 6 to 18 Point inclusive, 
multiples, 20 to 36 Point inclusive, 
multiples, 42 to 72 Point inclusive, 
multiples, 84 to 96 Point inclusive, 
multiples, 120 and 144 Point. 



FIRST CLASS PRICES 



Table 1 


















SIZE 
POINT 


5 

LBS. 


2S 
LBS. 


too 

LBS. 


500 
LBS. 


1000 
LBS 


2000 
LBS. 


3000 
LBS. 


4000 
LBS. a 
OVER 


3 


$2.50 


$2.40 


$2.35 


$2.30 


$2.25 


$2.20 


$2.15 


$2.10 



3! 2.00 1.90 1.85' 1.80 1.75 1.70 

3Jon4} 1.50 1.40 1.35 1.30 1.25 1.20 

4 1.50 1.40 1.35 1.30 1.25 1.20 

4* 1.20 1.10 1.05 1.00 .98 .96 



1.65 1.60 

1.15 1.10 

1.15 1.10 

.94 .92 



50 I 100 
LBS. I LBS. 



500 
LBS. 



1000 
LBS. 



2000 
LBS. 



3000 
LBS. 



4000 

I LBS. a 

OVER 



1.05 
.92 



1.00 

.91 



.97 
.90 



.95 



.94 
.86 



.92 



.90 

.82 



.80 



6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
14, 
18, 



.79 
.69 
.64 
.60 
.56 
.55 
.52 
.50 
.50 



100 
LBS. 



500 
LBS. 



1000 
LBS. 



2000 3000 I 4000 
LBS. LBS. LBS. 



5000 
LBS. B 
OVER 



.78 

.68 
.63 
.59 

.55! 
.53 [ 
.51! 
.49 
.49 



.77 
.66 
.62 
.58 

.54 
.52 
.49 
.48 
.48 



.76 

.64 

.60 

.56 

.53 

.51! 

.48! 

.47' 

.47 



.74 


.72 


,63 


62 


.,58 


.56 


.,S,S 


.54 


.52 


..50 


..50 


.48 


.47 


.46 


.46 


.45 


.46 


.45 



.70 
.61' 
.54 

.52 

.48! 

.46! 

.45 

.44 

.44 



.68 
.60 
.52 
.50 
.46 
.44 
.44 
.43 
.43 





25 


100 


500 


1000 


2000 


3000 


4000 


5000 




LBS, 


LBS, 


LBS. 


LBS, 


LBS, 


LBS, 


LBS, 


OVER 


20 


.49 


.49 


.48 


.47 


.46 


.4.') 


44 


43 


24 


.49 


.49 


,48 


.47 


46 


45 


.44 


.43 


30 


.49 


.49 


,48 


.47 


46 


45 


.44 


.43 


36 


.49 


.49 


,48 


.47 


.46 


.45 


.44 


.43 




50 


too 


500 


1000 


2000 


3000 


4000 


500O 




LBS. 


LBS, 


LBS, 


LBS 


LBS, 


LBS. 


LBS. 


OVER 



42. 
48 

54, 
60, 
72, 



.491 

.49! 

.49' 

.49 

.48 



.49 

.49: 

.49 

.49 
.48 



.48! 

.481 

.48 

.48 

.47 



.47 i .46 
.47 1 .46 



.47 
.47 
.46 



.46 
.46 

.45 



.45 
-45! 
.45 
.45 

.44 



.44 

.44' 

.44 

.44 

.43 



.43 
.43 
.43 
.43 
.42 





75 
LBS. 


100 
LBS. 


500 
LBS. 


1000 
LBS. 


2000 
LBS. 


3000 
LBS, 


4000 
LBS. 


5000 
LBS. & 
OVER 


84 

96 


.46 
.44 


.46 
.44 


.45 

.43 


.44 
.42 


.43 
.41 


.42 
.40 


.41 
.39 


.40 
.38 




100 
LBS. 


too 

LBS. 


500 
LBS. 


1000 
LBS. 


2000 
LBS, 


3000 
LBS. 


4000 
LBS. 


5000 

LBS. a 

OVER 


120 

144 


.40 
.38 


.40 
.38 


.39 
.37 


.38 
.36 


.37 
.35 


.36 
.34 


.35 
.33 


.34 
.32 



Items Covered by Table 1 

Weight Fonts of minimum weights or multiples thereof 
of all faces shown in this book excepting Scripts, Rimmed 
and Shaded faces. Music. Greek, Armenian, Rabbinic and 
Gaelic. 

All parts of such Weight Fonts. 

All sorts of those faces of one pound or over per char- 
acter. (For less than one pound see Table 2,) 

All fonts of Leaders (3 pound and 5 pound and larger) 
and all sorts of same of one pound and over per set or 
character. 

All fonts or sorts of Spaces (en space and thinner) ex- 
cepting Script Spaces and Quads. 

Subject to Minimum Sort Rules on page 41. 



Weight Fonts of Title line faces, caps, figures and 
points, of one body, face and line, ordered at one 
time, cast to regular scheme. 



5 lbs. and multiples, 
10 lbs. and multiples, 
15 lbs. and multiples, 
20 lbs. and multiples, 
25 lbs. and multiples, 
40 lbs. and multiples, 
50 lbs. and multiples. 



4 to 5i Point inclusive. 
6 to 18 Point inclusive. 
20 to 36 Point inclusive. 
42 and 48 Point. 
54 to 72 Point inclusive. 
84 and 96 Point. 
120 and 144 Point. 



Table Z 


SECOND CLASS PRICES 






SIZE 
POINT 


5 
LBS. 


25 
LBS, 


100 
LBS. 


soo 

LBS, 


1000 
LBS 


2000 
LBS. 


3000 
LBS. 


4000 
LBS. ft 
OVER 


3 

3V2 .... 

4 

4V2 . . , , 


$3.00 ' $2.90 
2.50 2.40 
2.00 $1,90 
1,90 1,80 


$2.85 $2.80 $2.75 $2.70 
2.35 2.30 2.25 2.20 
1.85 1.80 1.75 1.70 
1.75 1.70 1.65 1.60 


$2.65 
2.15 
1.65 
1.55 


$2.60 

2.10 
1.60 
1.50 



100 
LBS, 



500 1000 2000 
LBS, I LBS, I LBS, 



3000 
LBS, 



4000 
LBS. ft 
OVER 



5... 



1.80: 1.60: 1.40 
1.44 1.20 1.00 



1.20! 1.101 1.05 1.00 
.95! .90 .88 .86 



.95 



100 
LBS, 



6. 
7, 
8, 
9. 
10. 
11. 
12, 
14, 
18, 



1.16 


1.00 


1,(X) 


.85 


.90 


.75 


.80 


.70 


.74 


,65 


.70 


.62 


.66 


,6(1 


.62 


.58 


.60 


.56 



500 
LBS. 



1000 2000 3000 4000 
LBS, I LBS, I LBS. [ LBS, 



5000 

LBS. ft 

1 >•" = ■ ! OVER 



.90 

.80 

.70 
.65 
.60 
.58 
.56 
.56 
,54 



.851 
.75 
.65 
.60 

.58 
.56 
-.54 
.54 
.52 



.801 

.70 
.60 
.58 
.56 

.54 
.52 
.52 
.50 



.78 
.68 
.58 
.56 
.54 
.52 
.50 
.50 
.48 



.76 
.66 
.56 
.54 
.52 
.50 
.48 
.48 
.46 



.74 
.64 
.54 
.52 
.50 
.48 
.46 
.46 
.44 



20. 
24. 
30. 
36. 



5 


100 


500 


1000 


2000 


3000 


4000 


5000 
LBS. ft 
OVER 


S. 


LBS, 


LBS. 


LBS, 


LBS, 


LBS. 


LBS, 


60 


.,56 


.54 


..52 


.50 


.48 


.46 .44 


,56 


.54 


,.52 


.51 


..50 


.48 


.46 ! .44 


56 


.54 


,.52 


.51 


50 


,48 


.46 .44 


56 


.54 


.52 


.51 


.50 


.48 


.46 


.44 



42. 
48. 
54. 
60. 
72. 



1000 
LBS. 



2000 I 3000 
LBS, I LBS, 



4000 
LBS, 



5000 

! LBS, ft 

OVER 



.52 
.52 
.52 

.52 
.51 



.51 
.51 
.51 
.51 
.50 



.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.49 



.49 
.49 
.49 
.49 
.48 



.48 

.48 
.48 
.48 

.47 



.46 
.46 
.46 
.46 
.46 



.44 
.44 
.44 

.44 
.44 





75 
LBS. 


100 
LBS. 


500 
LBS. 


1000 
LBS. 


' zooo 
LBS. 


3000 
LBS. 


■•"• OVER 


84 

96 


.50 

.48 


.50 

.48 


.49 

.47 


.48 

.46 


.47 

.45 


.46 
.44 


.45' .44 
.43 .42 




100 
LBS. 


100 
LBS, 


500 
LBS. 


1000 
LBS. 


2000 
LBS. 


3000 
LBS. 


>-o3. OVER 


120 

144 


.44 
.40 


.44 
.40 


.43 
.39 


.42 
.38 


.41 
.37 


.40 

.36 


.39 ! .38 
.35 ! .34 





Items Covered by Table 2 

Weight Fonts of minimum weights or multiples thereof 
of Scripts, Rimmed and Shaded faces, Greek, Armenian, 
Rabbinic and Gaelic shown in this book. 

All parts of such Weight Fonts. 

All sorts of those faces one pound or over per char- 
acter. (For less than one pound see Table 3.) 

All sorts of faces listed in Table 1 where quantity is less 
than one pound per character. 

All fonts or sorts of Script Spaces and Quads. 

All Body Italic fonts of less than minimum quantities. 

Subject to Minimum Sort Rules on page 41. 



40 



Information for Buyers 



THIRD CLASS PRICES 



nif 


pii 


iiif 


Min 


p««ii» 


romr 


1 


15.00 


10 


3H 


5.00 


11 


4 


3.00 


12 


4H 


3J0 


14 


5 


2J0 


M 


SH 


2.40 


20 


•^ 


2.00 


24 


7 


IJO 


30 


• 


IJD 


36 


t 


1.44 


42 



Maiio 

tlJO 

1.22 

1.16 

1.12 

1.00 

.94 

.90 

.86 

.82 

.78 



till 

fomr 

48 
54 

60 

72 

8« 

96 
120 
144 



Ml 

rouNS 

80.72 
.72 
.72 
.68 
.64 
.60 
.56 
.52 



-L 



ItOM Covered by TaUa 3 

An Music type fonts and sorts. 
AU Piece Fraction fonts and sorts. 
AU sorts of faces listed in Table 2 where quantity is le 
than one pound per character. 
Subject to Minimum Sort Rules on paite 41. 

SPACES AND QUADS IN JOB AND FIVE 
AND TEN POUND FONTS 



.. :., 


«ii 


HKI 

JOt 

roiiT* 


1 """ 
1 nvi-rawND 

>OIIT> 


HICt 
TtM.»OttaD 


iw. ei. 


reats 


1 


• 


3 


S.1S 


tlO.66 


«?i-S 


1 


« 


3W 


IJO 


9.00 


18.00 







4 


1.40 


7.00 


14.00 







4H 


1.10 


5.50 


11.00 


I 


5 


1.00 


4.90 


950 


1 Wi 


5W 


.85 


4.15 


7.70 


15 


6 


.70 


3.60 


6.65 


1 m 


7 


.80 


3.15 


5.95 


1 1 


8 


.75 


2.90 


5.45 


1 2W 


9 


.75 


2.70 


5.10 


1 3<A 


10 


.75 


2.55 


4.80 


1 2M 


11 


.65 


2.50 


4.65 


1 3H 


12 


.65 


2.35 


4.40 


1 6 


14 


.75 


2.25 


4.30 


1 14 


16 


1.00 


2.25 


4.30 


1 14 


18 


1.00 


2.25 


4.30 


1 14 


20 


1.00 


2.25 


4.25 


1 14 


24 


1.00 


2.25 


4.25 


1 14 


30 


1.00 


2.25 


4.25 


2 ' 2 


36 


1.15 


2.25 


4J5 


I 6 


42 


1.30 




4.25 


2 U 


48 


1.50 


i lis 


4.25 


S 2 


54 


1.70 


4.25 


3 6 


60 


1.80 


11^ 


4.25 


* ! 


72 


2.15 


4.20 


4 10 


84 


2.00 


lw-« 


4.10 


5 6 


96 


2.30 


(\l|>0 


4.00 


6 10 


120 


2.65 


3.80 


8 1 


144 


3.20 




3.10 




Items 


Covered by Table 4 




All 


bban< 


1 five and 


ten poun< 


1 fonts of Spaces and Quads 



(excepting Script Spaces and Quads.) 



TmUtS 



QUAD PRICES 




1 Ltt. II Lil. 10 LM. 

AHOOVIM ' AMD Ovia I AMD OVIR I lOOlll. 

»0 •■!> . •«> I ... 

iiu nil ' im 1 *", 

tats ia«a ta»a o»ia 

<t !.••. M l»l. 1*0 1.H. ' 



80.80 
.53 
.47 
.44 
.40 
.38 
.36 
.34 
.32 
Jl 



$0.70 
.45 
.40 
.38 
.36 
.34 
.32 
.30 
.28 
M 



80.60 
.40 
.36 
.34 
.32 
.31 
.30 
.28 
.26 
.24 



Itcns Covered by Table 5 

All fonts and sorts of Quads (em and thicker) exceplinR 
Script Quads. 

Re«iilar stock. point body, 1, 2 and 3 em Quads (high or 
low) of one body, ordered at one time, assorted sets or 
separately. 

Lariccr than 14 Point at same price per pound as 14 Point. 

Sut^icct to Minimum Sort Rules on paiec 41. 



B<Mly Type Is put up in packailes of the following 
approximate wriuhls. This table applies only 
to taoaa abown on pases 45 to 1 43. 

IMIs« 



»oa» 


CMS 


•s» 


rei«TS 


nssns 


"tSff 


srscis 


MMSS 


i 


i 


^ 


pi 
o 


5 


8 


5 


M 

O 


i 


M 

o 

11 

6 
12 


8 

T 

10 


• 





1 

> 
s 

10 


S 


25 n». 

50 lbs. 
100 lbs. 


1 


8 





1 
1 

3 


8 
8 




I 

2 

4 


1 
2 
4 


1 

2 

4 







14 
29 
58 


a 






Where the face does not show Small Caps, the 
weight of the Cap package is increased. 

Weight fonts of other faces are put up to 
count schemes and the weight of the separate 
packages of Caps, lower case, figures and points 
vary with each face. 

Body Type Italic is put up in small fonts of 
the following approximate weights and is sold 
at prices given in table 2: 

4 to 7 point inclusive 2} pounds and multiples. 

8 to 18 point inclusive 5 pounds and multiples. 

MINIMUM SORT RULES-TYPE 

The minimum Sort Charge for one body, face 
and line is 60 cents. For a sort order which in- 
cludes spaces or quads of the same body as the 
letter, the charge shall be for the weight ordered 
at the proportionate pound price, but in no case 
shall the minimum charge be less than 60 cents. 

No sort order will be filled for a less amount 
per character (or set of spaces or quads) than — 

Two ounces of each character in bodies 3 
Point to 5i Point inclusive; 4 ounces of each 
character in bodies 6 Point to 18 Point inclu- 
sive ; 6 ounces of each character in bodies 20 
Point to 48 Point inclusive; 8 ounces of each 
character in bodies 54 Point and larger. 

OLD METALS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE 

Old type made by regular typefounders; print- 
ers' old brass; electros, stereos, leads and slugs; 
metal furniture; linotype slugs and Lanston type, 
if packed separately, unmixed with other metals 
(particularly zinc) , in their original manufactured 
condition (not melted down), and shipped pre- 
paid or delivered to nearest selling branch or 
foundry will be accepted at current prices in 
exchange for new type and other printing mate- 
rials at our regular discounts as advertised by 
this Comjjany from time to time. 

As old- metal cannot be easily identified when 
several shipments arrive at about the same time, 
it is necessary to put shipper's name on each 
package, and advise us promptly of shipment, 
sending us a copy of freight receipt showing 
number of boxes or other packages, the gross 
weight thereof and a memorandum giving exact 
weights of each class of metal. 

Stereotype plates and bases made by The 
American Press Association. Newspaper Unions 
or similar manufacturers, being the property of 
these concerns, arc not accepted. 

ACCENTED LETTERS FOR BODY AND 
JOB TYPE 

For list prices of fonts of accented letters for 
various languages see page 887. 

Accented lettcni, when ordered with the font, 
whether for body or job faces, are sold at the 
same price per pound as the font. 

A table of all accents regularly made, with their 
designating numbers, is shown on page 886. 



41 



Information for Buyers 



SCHEME FOR 100-LB. FONT BODY TYPE 



A 
B 



8V4 
5 



c 


1 


14 


C 


7V4 


d 


3 




D 


61/2 


e 


« 


H 


E 


10 


f 


1 


1 


F 


5 


g 


1 


4 


G 


5K. 


3 


H 


H 


6V4 


1 


2 


12 


I 


6 


1 




h 


J 


iV2 


k 




H 


K 


4 


1 


1 


H 


L 


6 


m 


2 


10 


M 


7V; 


n 


4 


6 


N 


7Mt 


o 


4 


4 


O 


7M 


P 


1 


6 


P 


6 


q 




b 


Q 


21/2 


r 


3 


b 


R 


8 


s 


3 


b 


S 


8 


t 


3 


12 


T 


9 


u 


2 


2 


U 


5 


V 




14 


V 


3¥j 


w 


1 


10 


w 


7 


X 




5 


X 


2 


y 


1 


4 


Y 


41/2 


z 




4 


Z 


2 


ae 




1 


M 


% 


oe 




1 


CE 


y4 


h 




b 


& 


31^ 


tt 




4 
4 
3 
3 






m 




ti 




m 










58 


12 


10 






A 
B 
C 
D 
E 
F 
G 
H 

J 

K 

L 

M 

N 

O 

P 

Q 

R 

S 

T 

U 

V 

W 

X 

Y 

Z 

JE 

CE 

& 



OZ. 

2V2 

IV2 

2 

2 

3M 

\V2 

IH 

2 

1% 

iy4 

IVi 

2 

2Vi 
2V2 
2V4 
1% 
% 
2H 
2y4 

2y2 

1^2 

1 

2 

% 

lU 

V4 

w 
1 



OZ. 

8 

6V4 
5^4 
5 

61/2 
5 
5 
5 
5 

10 
2 
1/4 



SCHEME OF SUNDRIES FOR 100 LBS. ROMAN 





FRACTIONS 


DASHES AND 
BRACES 


REFERENCES 


COMMERCIAL 
MARKS 


LEADERS 


LB. OZ. 

y4 6 

Mi 3 
% 2 

Vs Vi 

% y2 
H 1 
% 1 
% 1 

% % 


LB. OZ. 

— 11^ 

2 

— 3 

3 

3 


L8. OZ. 

• 2 

\ 1 
I % 
1 % 
§ % 

H % 
I^ IW 


LB. OZ. 

m 6 
¥■ 3 
fi 3 
% 2 

(8 % 


LB. OZ 

en set 4 
em set 12 
2-em set 2 
3-em set 2 


10 5 


H 14 




Leaders 5 lb. 








References 8 oz. 








Braces and Dashes. .1 lb. 








Fractions 1 lb. 

Commercial Marks . 1 lb. 


1 


1 


8 



TOTALS 

LB. 

Lower Case 58% 

Points 4H 

Figures 4 

Caps 10 

Small Caps 3 

Spaces 10 

Quadrats 10 

100 



SPACES 

LB. OZ. 

en set 2 4 

3-em set 6 

4-em set 1 

5-em set 10 

hair 2 

10 

QUADRATS 

LB. OZ. 

em set 1 10 

2-em set 4 2 

3-em set 4 4 

10 



Table of Point Set Spaces Divided Sliowing Sorts 




Charged Under Various Price Tables 






SPACES 




FOR 


FOR 


FOR 


QUADS 


THAN 


S EMS 


EM 


EM 


EM 


n.qd'm-od 


2-EM 


3-EM 
15 


5 


Point 








1 


IV4 


m 


2 ; 214 5 


10 


514 Point 








1 iy4l xvi 


2 1 2y4i 5V4 


11 I6M2 


6 


Pomt 






1 m! IVi 2 3 6 


12 18 


•/ 


Point 






\Vi iH m 2y2 3H 7 


14 21 


8 


Point 






IW 1V4 2 3 4 8 


16 24 


» 


Point 






IVi 1% 2y4 3 4%: 9 


18 27 


10 


Point 






1% 2 2y2 3V4 5 10 


20 30 


11 


Point 






1% 


2y4, 2% 3 , 5V4ill 


22 33 


12 


Point 






1% 


214 


3 


4 1 6 12 


24 36 


14 


Point 






2 


3 


4 


5 1 7 114 


28 


1« 


Point 






2 


3 


4 


5 1 8 'l6 


32 


IK 


Point 






2 


3 


4 


6 9 il8 

7 !lO 120 


36 


20 


Point I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


40i 


24 


Point 




2 


3 


4 


fi 


8 jl2 |24 


48 


:«) 


Point 




3 


4 


6 


8 


10 15 30 




3H 


Point 




3 


4 


H 


9 


12 il8 136 




V/. 


Point 




4 


fi 


9 


11 


14 21 '42 




48 


Point 




4 


6 


9 


12 16 24 148 




54 


Point 




4 


6 


9- ;12 ,18 127 ]54 




«l 


Point 


h 


(i 


8 


12 15 i20 130 |60 




72 


Point 


5 


6 


9 


12 18 i24 136 172 






84 


Point 


« 


9 


12 


16 21 128 I42 i84 






% 


Point 


« 


9 


12 


18 24 ,32 ,48 96 






120 


Point 6 


9 


12 


18 


24 30 40 j60 120 







HOW TO BUY TYPE ADVANTAGEOUSLY 



By ordering in regular fonts (or regular parcels 
of weight fonts) buyers will get quick delivery 
and the lowest prices. 

Orders for less than fonts (or regular parcels 
of fonts) and for type to be put up to irregular 
schemes or assortments are classified as Sort 
Orders, and are usually cast to order, involving 
delay and sometimes necessitating billing at 
higher prices. 

The lowest prices for Job Type are obtained 
by buying in Weight Fonts in conformity with 
sizes of Minimum Weight Fonts at the top of 
page 40. 

The lowest prices for additions to body type 
fonts are obtained by buying the regular sections 
of regular fonts in conformity with Table 6, page 
40. 

When prices are graded according to quan- 
tities ordered at one time, it is important to re- 
member that the actual weight ordered is the 
factor determining the list price. If, for instance, 
a 500-pound font is ordered, and the weight is 
diminished by omitting from the order any section 
of the 500-pound font, the rate for 500 pounds 
does not apply, unless other sections of fonts of 
the same body, face and line are included as sub- 
stitutes for the sections omitted. 

In ordering additions to fonts to match type 
in use it is necessary to send a cap H and lower- 
case m (selecting letters that are least worn), in 
addition to stating (where possible) the correct 



name and size of face and the name of the manu- 
facturer of the type ordered. Omission to send 
samples may make it necessary to hold order 
while request to send samples is sent to customer. 

It is important in ordering to use the exact 
name of type as printed in specimen books, giv- 
ing name and date of specimen book and page 
on which the type is shown. So simple a change 
as ordering "Gothic Condensed" when the printed 
name is "Condensed Gothic," or the omission of 
the correct number may involve uncertainty and 
delay. 

If any part of an order is required more 
urgently than the balance of the order, that fact 
should be stated, for sometimes an unimportant 
item, which may have to be made to order, may 
delay delivery of the items urgently needed. 

Customers are usually in a better position to 
select the manner and route of shipping their 
orders, and can frequently effect economies of 
time and expense by adding shipping directions 
to their orders. Small quantities shipped by 
freight frequently cost as much or more than if 
shipped by express, are liable to delay and are 
frequently lost. 

Estimates of cost of printing plants are fur- 
nished in detail upon request, but it is not possi- 
ble to make an intelligent estimate unless an 
approximate idea of the amount the inquirer 
wishes to invest in his enterprise is stated, and 
also the nature of the work to be produced. 



42 




ODY 
YPE 



Roman and 
Oldstyle 

BEING 
A COMPLETE SHOWING 

OF 

BEAUTIFUL 

AND 

USEFUL 

TYPE FACES 



AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY 



^ 



^. 



BODY TYPES 

Announcement 



Pages 44 to 144 show specimens of a selection of the best 
Modem and Oldstyle Body Types made by the American Type 
Founders Company and Inland Type Foundry. This selection 
covers every requirement of book, newspaper and general print- 
ing offices. The specimens are shown in various ways for the 
buyers' convenience. 

First: Specimens by sizes in single lines of all series to 
permit ready comparisons of width, color and design. 

Second: Specimens by sizes in paragraphs of series to 
permit of more critical comparison of mass or page effects. 

Thifd: Specimens in large paragraphs arranged in 
series, to facilitate ordering a suitable gradation of sizes after 
the series has been selected. 

INDEX 

Synopsis of Lining Modem Roman Body Tjrpe Faces 44, 45 

Synopsis of Lining Oldstyle Body Type Faces 96, 97 

Lining Modem Roman Body Type Faces, showing sizes . 46-59 

Lining Oldstyle Body Type Faces, shown by sizes in series 98-109 

Lining Modem Body Type Faces 60-95 

Lining Oldstyle Body Type Faces, shown in series 110-143 

Important Notice 

To prevent confusion of identical numbers heretofore used by both this 
and other type foundries to identify body type faces, the numbers 570 have 
been added to the old numbers used by the Inland Type Foundry. Thus, for- 
mer No. 10 of the Inland Type Foundry is now No. 580, and former No. 2 is 
No. 572. The following is a list of changes in numbering body type faces 
originated by the Inland Foundry. 

Inland Oldstyle No. 9 now No. 579 Inland Roman No. 20 now No. 590 

Inland Oldstyle No. 11 now No. 581 Inland Roman No. 26 now No. 596 

Inland Oldstyle No. 13 now No. 583 Inland Roman No. 29 now No. 599 

Inland Oldstyle No. 16 now No. 586 




American Type Founders Co. 



• m CMtary OU>«rb m4 r«ntarT OMstyl* tuKr 



43 



BiUIWiek Bor^M Art-tfl* TWt PbrMm 



SYNOPSIS OF LINING MODERN ROMAN BODY TYPE FACES 



Series No. 4 poiNT LINING MODERN ROMAN 

A"~"When, fn the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have conned 

4V2 Point Lining Modern Roman 

A — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connem 

5 Point Lining Modern Roman 

524 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which hai 

A — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands w 

590 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political handspt 

527— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the poiiticalt 

5V2 Point Lining Modern Roman 

527— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the poUtica 

590 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the politn 

A — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the polit 



BB- 


-When, 


B- 


-When, 


599- 


-When, 




-When 


D- 


-When. 


A- 


-When, 


E- 


-When 


C- 


-When, 


510- 


-When 


596- 


-When 



6 Point Lining Modern Roman 

in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political hands whic 
in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands h 
in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bandso 
, ill the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the polite 
, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the polid 
, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the polit 
, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the pol 
. in the course of human evetits. it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the pi! 
, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the pit 
. in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the p 



7 Point Lining Modern Roman 

599— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the po 

A— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 

590 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolw 

596— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to disse 

8 Point Lining Modern Roman 

599— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolw 

BE— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to disso 

D— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to ds 

E— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to d 

B— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people tod 

C— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people ton 

590— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 

510— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people ts 

596— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 

A— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peopl 

9 Point Lining Modern Roman 

599— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people c 
510-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peop 
590— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peoc 
596— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one pew 
A-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for onep 

10 Point Lining Modern Roman 

599-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peoi 
E— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one pe 



A— Century Expanded B— Bodoni BB— Bodoni Book C— Scotch Roman D— Norwood Roman E— Wayside 



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10 Point Linino Modkrn Roman— < 

BB-When, in the course of liuman events, it becomes necessary for one pe 
C-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one it 

sio-\Vhen, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for oni 

59(1— When, in tlie course of humiin events, it becomes necessary for oni 
B-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for m 

890— When, in the course of Iniinan events, it becomes necessary for w 
D-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary fore 
A-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary is 

U Point Lining Modern Rohan 

E— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 

c— When, in tlie course of human events, it liecomes necessary for ow 

596— When, in the course of Iiuman events, it becomes necessary fort 

5io-W'hen, in the course of liunian events, it Ixvomes necessary fw 

A-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 

590- When, in the course of iiuman events, it becomes necessarr 

12 Point Ljning Modern Roman 

599-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for w 

BB-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 

B-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessay 

D-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessai 

E-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necess 

c-VVhen, in the course of liuinun events, it becomes necen 

610-When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces 

596-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necei 

A-When, in the course of human events, it becomes neil 

5«o-When, in the course of human events, it becomes nil 

14 Point Lining Modern Roman 

BB-When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces 
B-When, in the course of human events, it becomes ni 
c-When, in the course of Iiuman events, it beco 
A-When, in the course of human events, it bee 

18 Point Lining Modern Rohan 

BB-When, in the course of human events, it bee 
B-When, in the course of human events, it 

A-When, in the course of human even 
c-When, in the course of human even 

A-CmUuT Expanded B-Bodoni BB— Bodoni Book C— Scouh Roman D— Norwood Roman E— Waj'tlde 



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4 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human event*, it becomee necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, amonp the power* 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to wnich the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal ; that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights: that amon? these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these riffhts, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment hecomeH destructive of these ends, it is the right of the 
people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new govem- 
ment, laying ita foundation on such principlea aTtd organizina 
ite powere jti euch form, as to them shall seem moat Hkelu to 
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When, in the 



3f human events, it becomes necessary 



nected them with another, and to assume, amone the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed with certain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, 
deriving thoir just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive 
of th^ae ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to aboliah 
it and to institute a new government, laying ita foundationa 
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5 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands 
which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, aovemmenia are instituted among 

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5 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necesaary fur one people to dissolve the political hande 
which have connectet! them with another, and to 
usBume. among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the taws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent reaped to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to he self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
Kccure these rights, governments are instituted amony 
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5 Point Lining: Roman No. 527 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among tlie powers of the earth, 
tJie separate and eqiiiu station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be belf-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed hy their Creator with cer- 
tain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
libertu, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure 
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5 Point Lining Roman No. 524 

When, in the course of human events, it beci>uies necessai >■ 
for one people to dissolve the political bauds which Luvo 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the caith, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of iiiaultind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
HRparation. We hold these truths to be self-evident; That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed hy their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these fights, governments are instituted among tnen, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of the gov- 
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5Vit Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all 
men are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 

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h¥i Point Lininer Roman No. 527 

When, in the course of human events, It becomes 
necessary for one i>eople to dissolve the political 
l)ands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, amonR the powers of the earth, 
the separate and eqnal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's GK)d entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
ijuires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
e<jual; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these 

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5V2 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, It becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands 
which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 
ness; that, to secure these rights, Kovernments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the eoverned; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these 
ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its 
foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and hajypiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established 
should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mun- 

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•M*-J( iisriy ri< rurrt t 



• Foliit Roman Na 810 

WHKM.inihuronn'f'of hnmanvvmiu.lt baromw iMeauAry for on* people to dissolve the political baiidM 
which hev» • ' ' • m with another, ami to aeanme. among the powers of the eartn, the separate 

an«l«s)ual»t.v thelawH of naturvand of nature's (Iml entitle them, aUereut r«8i>eot to the 

ntttrfi'v* "f ^•rf«« ttiAt i)iey f^houM tieflare the ranses which impel them t4> the separation. 

u ' . " . ivril: That all men are created equal: that they are endowed hj 

rislilN; that among tliese are life, lilrerty, and the pursuit of 

!i. ^<>v«rtiinents are inr^tituled among men. deriving tlieir Just 

' "Vnt, wheneverany form of government iHH'omeit destructive 

titer or to atHiliHh it and to Institute a new government, 

. vrjjanizing ita jMnrrrt in tueh ftrrm.as to them Mhalt s^iu 

uTiyurw nui'yf'rtt. Prudfthce, indmi. ufiUdutate, that uovemmmtt lung «• 

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t Faint BomwiNaiM 

Wan. in the ociurw <>( human rvmtit. it hwoines iiciesf «ry for onu people to illssolve the political 
bUMi* w hli'h havp <'oniHi'ti'<1 tliem w Ith another, and to aMtume, amonK the powers of the earth, the 

aepara*-- «•"' »«t station to win.h ni.. h. v^^ ,,f F,»tnr,. hikI of nature'K (iod entitle them, a (leeent 

nrnpi-- ' :;on»ofinar' -hoiild deelare the rauses which impel them 

totb* We hold tt" lent: That all men are created equal: that 

Ibey h \ Th.Mr cr. ...iMeriKhtfe: that among these are life, liberty. 

and i: ■ <■ iliene riKhttt. Kovernmentt; are instituted ainont; men, 
deri\ t of the Koverned; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment ' -. .- ... :. - V . , ..... .1 is the ritjht of the people to alter ()r to abolish it. and 

!• imtttttiUu iMw i/if(^rHmfHt, Jair.Hy its foutidation on Kuch jfriHcipUM, antt organizing itt powers in 
0uek form, as to them sImH setm most tikfty to etiect their safety and happiness. Prutienee. indeed, will 

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< PolBt RgsMLB No. 6W 

Wan, i* Ik* cMfM ci< h»u nnit, il b« w «a iMCMsaiT lor one psople to dissohe the political baada which 
bav* fw i rt ad tWa with aaother. and to ■ssbbo, amoiur tha powera of tho earth, the separate and equal station to 
■hick Um lava o( aatar* aad of aatara'i tiod eatiU* then, a decent reepeet to the opinions of mankind requires 
tkM tkar skoald daclar* the caasea which iaipel thea to the separation. We hold these truths to bo self-evident: 
Thai all BOB an created eqaal: that they are sadowed b; their Creator with certain inalienable rights : that among 
thiss an life, liberty, aad the parsait of happineaa ; that, to seeare these rights, KoTemments are instituted among 
■•■. derMag their jaal powers from the eoaseat ol the governed ; that, whenever an; form of government becomes 
deatiaitlie m theee ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute s new government, 
Itflag Ha lD«adatio« on aarh principles, and organiting ita powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
fweig fe cfTMf Ihsir safely ami kappisess. Prmdetee. i»iesd, will dielale Ikal govemminls lout establisked 
steaM ael ks tkamttd for liykl aatf (raasisaf macs; aa^. tnrdintly. all siperisnet ka(k skount Ikal mankind 

I,nnr ■••• k to s, IS l-< ••» 

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• PoiBt Bodooi Book 

Vaaa. la ih* cewv* ol h wH iia evenu, it h e r s ales ■ii w iiiy for one people lo diMolTe tbe political liandii which ha% e 
u sa m il Ikawi wUh aauher. and M H ia mi i, aaoag Ih* powm of ike e*nh. the arparale and equal >tahoii to which 
tke lew* of aataf* aad of aalafe'a God sMille lk«a, a dacaat rewecl lo the opinioiit of tnankind requirea that they 
■ka*ld dedar* tkv eaaaa* wkiek hBP*l llmo lo Ih* MpSfBlioii. We hold the»e tnitlM to t>e .elf.evident : That all tnen 
sr« creeled e q Ms l ; Ifaal lh«y ar* eadowed by iheir Creator with certain inalienable rifthl. ; that among these are life, 
likvity.aad lliie penail of h a | i p aa— ; ihal. to aecara thea* nghu. governmenla are instituted tmoag men, deriving iheir 
pus P**ei» fiw» Ike rn aisa s s4 ik* ^o lefaid ; ikal, wlwaever aay fosm of government liecomM destructive of these 
eadi, M is Ik* rigkl of ik* | ii i|i li ■■ aher ee I* aboUek it aad la iaalitule a new ftovemment. laTinfi its foundation on 
avk frta ri a l aa.aad eraaaiiiiig Ha pewei* ia tuck fi>nB,as lo Ikaai akall seem most liliely to'elTecl Iheir sarely and 
ks f fi fu . rndror,. m in d, willdlttmu ikat f m ' im m mn few eUmkliskodekoiddoolUckoitfed for lifhtandltaiairnt 
twesss. mod. ecTwr^uy'r. oU osfetimtm kmtit iti i a* liar ■« e t i» rf «r« aura ditpotd to soger, while nili are lofrrakU, 

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• Paiat Bodooi 

*— >'■.'** ■ O' " '*** till f ill *«■!*, it h i n iatll ail MH iy or oa*|>*oplelodia.ol.e the pnlitlcal iianda which ilave 

«*'»—'*■ '»'™w*tksoet k» r,e«dl» a n , lMi i aglk» p «we ie »flfc« earth, the srperste and equal sutioo to which 

*• Ijwe ot mumsm sad •< aMare's Cad eatlll* lk*ah a daeaal leaaeo lo the opinions of mankind reouim that Ihev 
■■■■■Id dllisi l <k* aeaaaa ahtch Iwfel Iheai la iIm aneialiaa. W* bald tl.r~- truths to be seir-rvideol: llial all 
JJP'J^^ealed **aal| IkM ikay ei* »adow»d by Ibeir CraaUr wilb eeeuin inalienalile right.; that among tbeae are 
llfc.llbali,aad tk* panail si b e p plaeai ; Ikal, la acai* lk*a* rigku, ipneiaBMou are iostitulxd sarana niea, 
da*tvla«lk*ir^|lawenfraailk>eoaaeal*f Ik* ywras«*di Ikal. wkaaavec Bay form af govenuaeal beroaiea de- 
•uiatslve af tkn* ead*. H le Ik* rtgbt ol Ika p*~il* la alMr ar la akaUsk H aad la iaslilal* a oaw (ineraaml, 
l>ytaa Me isaadatiaa aa — «k pe t ad p lae. ead iirgaatila a Ha aaweea kl sack leem. aa la Iboa akall aeeai a>oM lik.1; 
la *|fcg ik^ m/osr aa< km pfi n let Prodontm. imUoJ. lolO diamso llms goeormmonts lomm rtuMiMhrd .hooU M 
*• ''" t ' d foe hgks mid ir a il i.l <aaa*e; aadi, aoantiagly. aft oopoetotUM kal* akmea lAot ouinkm.! oro omro 

!.»•* aaae • to a, U 14 saa 

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6 Point Lining Roman No. 510 

\Vh?;n, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind remiires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold the.se truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure these rights, goverinnents are instituted among men, deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alti^r or to abolish it and to insti- 
tuir a iicir iiiircnimeiit, laving itfjoundation on such vrincijies, ami nrganizimi itf poirirs in smhfcmn, as 
to tlicm shall seem most likely to effect their sa/etv and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that govern- 

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6 Point Norwood Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to 
the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to 
them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 

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6 Point Scotch Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes nece.s.sary for one people to dis.solvc the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to a.ssunie, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the cau.ses which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident; That all men arc created equal ; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable risihts : thai .imonK these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: that, to secure these rishts, K<iv<TnnK-nls are instituted among 
men, (lerivim.' their just powers from the consent of the t'overncd: tlial. wlieiiever any form of gov- 
ernment Ix'corncs destructive of the.se end.s. it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its foundation on sni-h iirinripl.es. and organizing its pow- 
ers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence. 

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6 Point Wayside 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces.sary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them witli another, and to a.ssume, among the powere of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's G<k1 entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal: that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to insti- 
tute a new government, laying its foundation on such prlnciple.% and organizing its powers t» such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect timir safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will 

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6 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident ; That all men are created equal ; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, de- 
riving their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute 
a new government, laying its. foundation on such principles, and organizing iti powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate 

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T Point Ronuui No. UO 

WiiES. In the coumt) of human i<vi»ntii, it becomes iiece«it»r.v for one people to dUnolve the 
politic*! IiiukU which liave ronni-i-tcd tlicm with utother, iknil tii anaunie, nmoni; tliv powers 
of the pKTth. the sepanktv snil f<|iml «t«tion to which the Uwh of nittiirii and of nattire'H Odd 
entitle tliviu, ■ decent rexiH^ct to tlic opinionH of mankind re<|uiruM that tliey Hhoiild declare 
the caunm which inipi-l them to tlic Hcparation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are cn-ated eiiual: that they are endowed by their Creator with certain In- 
alienable rifrhlx; that anions thcHc are life. lllM-rty, and the pursuit of liappiness; that, to 
secure these riehl". |{%>vemment» are instituted amimK men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the ({uvenied; that, whenever any form of government becomeH de- 
■tnietive of these ends, it is the riicbt of the people to alter or to aliolish It and to institute 
a nrir gortmmtHi, (oymff ils fuiimfu/inn on Mneh principltt,aHd organiting ilt poirrrt in 
SMcA torm, at to Ihrm tholl t'rm mntl lik<ly to tffert tktir mifrly ami happiumx. /Viii/ciicc, 

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T Point Rofnan No. 6S« 

Whkx, In the course of human events, it lie<t>me» necessury for one jH-opie to dissolve the 
political twnds which have <'<inMe<'led llicni with another, and toasstinio, aiiiouK the {Kiwerg 
o( tbe earth, the seiMtraleand c<|ual stullon lo which the laws of nature and of nature's 
Ckid entitle them, a do-eiit rcsiH'tl In Ihc opinions of mankind re<|ulres that they should 
declare the causes which lni|M'l tlicin l<i the separation. We hold the.xc truths lo be self- 
evident: Thai all nu-n are rrente<l eiiuul; that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalleiutble riKbts; that atnong these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happl- 
Dess: that, to s«rurt> these rights, ttoveninients are instltuti>d anione men, deriving their 
Just iiowers from the consent of tbe Koverned; that, whenever any form of government 
bt>t'<inu>s destructive of these ends. It is tbe right of the i>e<>ple to alter or to abolish It 
ami lu intlitult a nne gorrrnmeni, laying ilt fuututnlion on inch principla, and organizing lit 
f K Htrr t in 9ueh form, as lo Ihrm shall $enn inott likely to effect their safely and ftappifiess. Pru- 

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7 Point Roman No CM 

Waiii,iD theoouneol human crents. it l>ecanies necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands 
whidi hare oODnected them with anulhcr. ami tu assume, amun^ >hc powers of tlie earth, the separate 
and eqaal station to which the laws uf nature and of nature's Uod entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hoM these truths to be self-evident: That ail men are created equal; thst they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienBhle rif;hts: that amonir these are life, lil>erty. and the pursuit 
of happiness; that, to secure these rights, frevernments are instituted amon^ men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the (tovernwl ; that, whenever any form of government iK'Comes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the riftht of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, iayinit its foundation on such principles, and organizinK its powers in such form, as to 
tktm skall stem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate thai 
foremnunls long eslablished should not be changed for lighland transient causes: and, accordingly. 

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7 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomea necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which connect them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
cauaea which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these 
rifhta. Kovemments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent 
of the i^ovemed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these 
•ndo, it u the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundation on such principles, and organiting its powers in tueh form, as to 
(A«m sMatl stem most likely to effect their safely and happiness. Prudence, tndeed, will 

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8 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which tlie laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold tlicse truths to be selt-evident: That all men are treated equal; that they areendmoed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 

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8 Point Scotch Roman 

WiiKX, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the jjowers of the earth, the separate and eepial stjjtion to which the laws of nature and 
of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the ojiinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
thti«tt truths to be self-erident : That all men are rrealed equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these, are life, liberty, and the 

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8 Point Norwood Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 

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8 Point Roman No. 696 

W'hex, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to he self-erideni : That nil men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among 

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8 Point Roman No. 599 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident ; Thai all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by Iheir Creator with 
certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 

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a Polat Unlns R«mn No. MO 

WiiKX, ill llicniiiiX' i>f liiiiiiiin fwiiln, it Imh'iiiiic!' ncifssjiry fur niii' |ksi]i1c l<Mli)4i<>lvo 
the |M>liticul l>aii<lti wliirli liiixi- foiiuiH-tol tlii'iii with aiiothi-r, iiiul to iiKuiiiiif, iiiiuiiii; 
lli«' |»iwri> of the i-artli, till' «'|mniti' uikI i-<nml litutioii to »liii-li tlu' Iiiwh of iKitun- 
uikI of iintiin>'x tiixl ciititli' tliciii, u iltiviit nfiKH-t to tlir oiiiiiioiis of iiiaiikiiiil 
n-<|iiiri'!> tliut tiM-y i^lioiild ilivlarc tlit- >-aiis)'?< wliicli iiii|ii-l tliciii to tin- st-pani- 
liiiH. IIV hiilil Ihrtr Inil/u to Itr trtf-friilriit : That nil mrii ore rriutril fi/mil ; llmttliriitin' 
rmlutrrtt lift thfir I 'mitiir trilli rrrtiiiii iittillrhiihlr riijlilx; Ihiil iimoiig lliinr iirt life, lihirty, 

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WliKX, in thr «tiur»f of liuiiuiii t-vriits, it iHi'oiiies nt'i'i-ssary for one [H-oplf to dissolve 
the iKilitieal bantln uliirli have eonim-tetl them with anotlier, and to assume, anions 
thr iMiwrn of the earth, the M-|>iinite and ei|iial station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature 's God entitle them, a dwent resjK-ct to the opinions of manl<iiid re- 
tjuiren thai they shouUl ile<'larc tlie eaiises which ini|K-l them to the scjHiration. We 
hulii thfjt Intlhf to b* Mflf-fritl*nt: That nit turn ttff rreattnl ft/tial : thai thfi/ are eii- 
JvnrHl bjf HtlirVrnUor trith rrrtaiii imilinnibU riijhlt: that umimij Ikntr are lift, libtrti/ , 

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» Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
diMolve the [loliticHl bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, amont; the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their CreaUn- with certain inalienable 



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When, in the course of human events, it Iieromes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the {Hilitical hands which have connecteil them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature'* (iod entitle them, a decent re»f>ect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which imjiel them to the separation. We hold lhe.se truths to 
he trlf-rtiiirni: That all mrn arr created equal; that they are entlowfd by their Creator 
uiih certain inalienable rifihls: that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 

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■ PMitBsdoni 

'•■«W,iB the e<>urM> of human events, it lieconies necessary for one people to dissolve 
the |Htlitical lunds which have connected them with another, and to assume. anKinc 
the (Hiwer* <>f the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's (iiMl entitle them, a decent resfiect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which im|iel them to the separation. We 
hold ihrte truths to If telf-rvident : That all men are created equal : that they are en- 
dtmitl by their Creator uilh certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 

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9 Point Roman No. 610 

When, in tlio course of hiiinan events, it becomes necessary for one i)eople to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of tlie earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they declare the causes which impel 
them to the xcpuration. TO liold thcxe truthn to be self-evident : That all men are cre- 
ated equal; tliat they are endowed hij their Creator trith certain inalienable rights; that 

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9 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 

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9 Point Roman No. 596 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endoived by their Creator with certain inalienable 

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9 Point Roman No. 599 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident : Thai all men are created equal; thai Ihey are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 

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9 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all m,en are created equal; that they are endowed 

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10 Point Unin( Roman No. 610 

Whkn, in tJio coiirw' t)f liuinitn cwiitH, it UH-oiiifH iiwe««ary for one ix-ople 
U) dissolve the politicttl Imnils wliicli have eonnet'teil tlicni with another, 
and to asMunie, among the |K>\vers of the eartli, the nepiinite and ixjunl 
station to which tin- hiws of nature and of nature's (iod entitle them, a 
de<H>nt n>8|»eet to the opinions of mankind nHjuin's that they should 
decUirr the caw»t» trhirh imfiel thrm to the xrpimtion. 11 V hold these tnithfto 
b* $e{f-eruieiit: Thnt all mfii are rrmted rqiitd ; that tht'i/ art eiulourd by their 

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10 Point Scotch Ronuui 

When, In the iniurse of hiininii events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dlsMilve the |Militienl InhuIs which hnve coiniccted tlicni with niiotlier, 
and to assume, amonit the (Miwers of the earth, the se|uirate and e(|iinl station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's (i(Hl entitle tlicni, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind rccpiircs that they should declare the 
cautr* vhich impri Ikrm to thr trparation. If'e hold these truths to be se(J'-evident : 
Thai all men are created equal; that thei/ are end<nced by their Creator •tcilh certain 

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10 Point Wayrtl* 

WHK«,in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the ixilitical bands which have connecte<l them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal sbition to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's (lOtl entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind re<piires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. H'e hold these truths to be self-evident : That nil 
mcH are created equal; that they are endowed liy their Creator with certain inalien- 

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10 Point Roman No. iM 

Whex. in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political hands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
fkould derliirr the cuuxes which impel them to the se/xiration. We hold 
these trulhf to he self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they 

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10 Point Roman No. 6W 

When, in the cotirse of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requin's that they should declare the causes which impel 
them lo the se/taralion. We hold Ihese truths to be self-evident: Thai all men 
are created equal: that they arc endowed by their Creator with certain ina- 

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10 Point Roman No. B90 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the rouses ivhich impel them to the separation . We 
hold these truths to he self-evident : That all men are created equal; that 

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10 Point Bodoni Book 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent re- 
spect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 

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10 Point Bodoni 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal; that 

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10 Point Norwood Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to he self-evident: That all men are created equal; 

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10 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands that have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to he self-evident: That all 

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11 Point Unina Rcnuui No. 610 

Whkn, in tlic course of human events, it Irh-oiuos nwosanrv for one 
IHitpIo to dissolve the i>oUtie«l Imnds which liave connected thciii 
with another, and to assume, amonj; the |x)wers of the eartli, tlie 
sc|Mnite and tnjual stiition to wiiieh the hiws of nature and of nature's 
God eitlitle Ihein, a decent reMfied to the opinioiut of manhind requires 
that they itliotdd declare the caiiKei which imjHl them to the sejHiration. 

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U Potat Scotch Ronuui 

Whkn, in the course of tiuninn events, it lieconies necessary for one 
(Ktiple tt) dissolve the |M>litical ImukIn which have coniiectetl them with 
another, and to iLssume, anions the |)owers of the earth, the separate and 
e»pial station to which the laws of natinv and of nature's (Jod entitle 
them, a devntt n:tpeti to the opiaion-i tif miinkitul ret/iiiren that they nhoiild 
lUctare the caiuies icAmA impel them to the ne/Mirntion. We hold tlie.se tnit/iJi 



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n Point Rnnui No. 5M 

When, in the course of huniau events, it becomes necessary 
for one {MHipIe to dissolve the jtolitieal bands wliich have con- 
uecttni them with another, and to assuui(>, amouf? the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature'' ti God entiflc them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that thci/ should declare the causes 

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11 Point WajriM* 

When, in the course of human events, it lxH;ouies necessary for one jK-ople 
to dissolve the |N>litical Ixmds which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the |)owers of the earth, the separate and e(]ual 
station to wliich tlie laws of nature and of nature's Gtnl entitle them, a 
decent rr.t/)eet to the opinions i)f mankind reqiiirex that they xhoiild declare 
the eniiJicn which impel them to the separation. We hold thr.ie trut/ui to be 

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11 Point Conturjr Expnndod 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which 

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12 Point Norwood Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 

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12 Point Wayside 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and also to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 

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12 Point Roman No. 599 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 

Ixjwer case a to z, 10 1-2 t-ma 

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12 Point Bodoni Book 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God, entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 

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for one j)eo|)le to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and also to assume, among the 
I>owers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the litirK of nature (ii)d of ntitni-e\'< (i(vl evtitle them, a deeent re- 



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the laws of nature and ofnature^s God entitle them, a decent re- 

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have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
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connected them with another, and also to jissumc, among the 
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the hnis <if' nature and nature's Ciod entitle them, a decent re- 

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have connected tnem with another, and to assume, among 
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for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 

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separate and equal station to which the laws ofna- 

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4 Point Century Expanded 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to a»sume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that amontr these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rishta, sovemmenta 
are instituted amons men, derivinK their just powers from 
the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
arovernment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right 
of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
ffovemment, laying its foundation on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem 
most likeQf to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accord- 
ingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right 
themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accus- 
tomed. But, when a long train of abuses, and usurpations, 
pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to 
reduce tnem under absolute despotism, it is their ngnt. it is 
their duty, to throw off such arovernment and to provide new 
guards for their future security. Such has been the patient 
sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity 
which constrains them to alter their former systems of ^v- 
emment. The history of the present King or Great Britain 
is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, 
in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny 
over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a 
candid world: He has refused his assent to laws the most 
wholesome and necessary for the public good; he has for- 
bidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing 
importance unless suspended in their operation till his assent 
should be obtained; and, when so suspended, he has utterly 
neglected to attend to them; he has refused to pass other 
laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, un- 
less those people would relinquish the right of representation 
in the legislature; a right inestimable to them, and formida- 
ble to tyrants only; he has called together legislative bodies 
at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the de- 
pontory of their public records, for the sole purpose of 
fatiouina them into compliance with ki^ m^asurfs ■ '■- '■"- 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the [lolitical bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and eqxial station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments 
are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right 
of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and 



organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seei 
most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudenct . 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should 



not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, 
all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed 
to sutler, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, 
when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invari- 
ably the same object, evinces a desi^ to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw 
off such government and to provide new guards for their 
future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these 
colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them 
to alter their former systems of government. The history of 
the present King of Ureal Britain is a history of repeated 
injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the es- 
tablishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To 
prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world: He has 
refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary 
for the public (lood; he has forbidden his governors to pass 
laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended 
in their operation till his assent should be obtained; and, 
when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to 
them; ht has refiAxed to pasa other laws for the accommoda- 
lion of large districts of people, unless those people would 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands 
which have connected them with another, and to as- 
sume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature*B God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to 
secure these rigihts, governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
institute a new government, laying its foundation on 
such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect 
their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed will 
dictate that governments long established should not 
be changed for light and transient causes; and, ac- 
cordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, 
than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to 
which they are accustomed. But, when a long train 
of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the 
same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, 
to throw off such government and to provide new 
guards for their future safety. Such has been the 
patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now 
the necessity which constrains them to alter their 
former systems of government. The history of the 
present Kingof Great Britain is a history of repeated 
injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, 
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comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal: that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights: that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed: that, whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive of 
these ends, it is the right of the people to alter 
or to abolish it, and to institute a new govern- 
ment, laying its foundation on such principles, 
and organizing its powers in such form, as to 
them shall seem most likely to effect their safety 
and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate 
that governments long established should not 
be changed fur light and transient causes; and, 
accordingly, all experience hath shown that 
mankind are more disposed to suffer, while 
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to which they are 
accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses 
and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same 
object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their 

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« Point CsirrvaY ExrAHOBO 

Whbn. in Ui» cour»«> of human ovenu. It b»c<ifnr» nervuary for on» people to diaaolve the political 
band* which have ronnertad them with another, and to auume. anHHUt the powers of the earth, tha 
H^anito and equal aution to which the law> of nature and of natures God entitle them, a decent 
raapaet to the upinioni of mankind require* that they should declare the causes which impel them to 
Um sviMuation. We hold thcae truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal : that they 
ar« Mldowed by their Crwtor with ceruin inalienable rishts ; that amonir these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happinras; that, to secure these riiiht*. governments are instituted amonn men, 
derlvinir their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of irovem- 
ment becomes destructive of these emis. it is the ri«ht of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
InatitvU a new government, laying iu foundation on such principle*, and onranizing iu power* in 
•uch form, a* to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dicute that govemmcnu kms •stablishi-d should not be changed for light and transient cause* : 
and accnrdincly. all experiene* hath shown that nutnkind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
ar« *uffe>Bble. than to right theimelv** by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, 
when a tonr train of abiue* and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design 
IS radontham ondar abaolute desiwtism. it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such govcm- 
■MBt and to provMa new guards for their future security. Such has i>een the patient sufferance of 
IblM eoionie*. and such Is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of 
■vranuncnt. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of rei>eated mjurics and 
OMUpatians. all having, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. 
Tb prm» thia. let faeu be submitted to a candid world : He has refused his assent to laws the most 
■ IliilliaiMli* and nwaasap- for the public good ; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of 
fanmadlata and pr«aaing importance, unless suspendeil in their t>t>eration till his assent should be 
obtallMd : and, whan *o suspOMlad. he has utterly neglecteil to attend to them : he has refused to pass 
etbar laws for the ■ccammidatloa of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the 
richt of linilixiltatlrin in tlia hvislature; a right inestimable to them, ami formidable to tyrants 
only ; be *»■* called tcvpsther Icvlalative bodie* at place* unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the 
dapaaitoo of tlwir public record*, for the sol* purpo*e of fatiguing them into compliance with his 
imasniM ha baa disaolv«d representative houaaa r»p«ate<lly. fur opiM>sing. with manly firmness, his 
imrmmanm oa Uk* riftiUnftk* prmWe: Mr hat nfumtd./or a Uitig time afltr tuck dinaalutions, to caute 
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political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
•ntitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
eanae* which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident : That all 
men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the 
governed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its founda- 
tion on such pnnciples. and organising iti« powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 
loog established should not be changed for light and transient causes ; and, accordingly, all ex- 
penence hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufTerable, than 
to right themselves by abolishing the forma to which they have been accustomed. But, when 
a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design 
to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw olT such 
government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient 
sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their 
farmer systems of government The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history 
ofrepestcd injuries and usurpations, all having, indirect object, the establishment of an rfjso- 
lut* tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world : He has 
refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good; he has 
forbidden his govemoni to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless stu- 
pmdtd in fAri'r operation tilt hi* aeeent thouldhe obtained; and, when »o euepended, he ha* 
itffeWy neglected to attend to them; he has rtfuetd to pa** other law* for the accommodation 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such 
principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 
governments long established should not be changed for light and transient 
causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more dis- 
posed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing 
the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and 
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce 
them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off 
such government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has 
been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity 
which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history 
of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usur- 

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Vol. XXI. 



INDIANA? 



OPTIMISM KEYNOTE OF THE REALTY BOARD 

PREDICTIONS FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE FEATURE OF EAST 
GALESBURG ASSOCIATION'S FIRST BANQUET 



RICHMANANDSO 



Bright predictions for a successful fu- 
ture featured the first dinner of the East 
Galesburg Board of Brokers, which in- 
cludes the real estate operators of the 
city, at French's, EastGalesburg, on Sat- 
urday night. Terence L. Upton, county 
tax commissioner, was toastmaster, and 
boxes with a "lots for sale" sign were 
souvenirs. Judge Edward E. Socem and 
several other prominent men joined the 
East Galesburg officials in felicitations 
to the real estate men. About 200 men 
and women enjoyed the function. 

Panel Border Enfrravers Oil) F^nRlish Bold Heading Condt 



Mr. Upton announced that Assembly- 
man John B. Green, of East Galesburg, 
had introduced a bill that, if enacted into 
law, will provide legal authority for col- 
lecting real estate agents' commissions. 
The measure was drawn by Jeremiah I. 
Gaffney, attorney for the board, and its 
passage will be urged by the brokers. 
Mr. Upton also stated that the board will 
be incorporated at a meeting on Thurs- 
day night and an effort will be made to 
collect a fund for exploiting in system- 
atic fashion the manifold advantages of 

nsed 

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ARRESTED TRYING K 

DOORS AT NIGHT 

ITANOUTRAG 

Rudolph Cognac, m 
turer of store fixture 
Delancey Street, who 
bail for a hearing on 
attempted burglary b 
the Manhattan A venu 
terday. He and his fr 
William, were arrest 
the doorway of a clos 
Shrunk, at No. 257 So 
Policeman Goeasy of 

Despite the protest 
his boy were charged 
burglary. The lad w 
dren's Society; the fr 



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Century Expanded 



• Point Cbntuky ExrANiwo ^ 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among: the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent resiK»ct to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which inu)el them to the st>paration. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are institutc<l among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governiHl; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish 
it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such prin- 
ciples, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate 
that governments long established .should not be changed for light and 
transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right 
themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, 
tHien a long train of abuaen and usurpations, pursuing invariably the 
same object, erinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, 

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CHUICh P. 0. 0. INSURGENT 

PLAN FAVORS ORIGSON 

REPUBLICANS READY TO JOIN TO ELECT A 
bOKSERVATIYE DEMOCRATIC MEMBER 

Albany. March.31."- Although Mur- 
ray legislative leaders stoutly main- 
tain to-night that they will force the 
•election of a United States Senator 
to-morrow, |M>litical exi)erts at a late 
hour say: "All combinations are shat- 
tered. There can be no election unless 
Murray accepts one of the men de- 
manded by the insurgents. And he 



Exasperated by George F. Hoppe's 
drubbing of Judge Thomas I. Cahill, 
whom Murray sought to put through 
the machine caucus to-<lay. Senators 
Norman and Stroub, and Democratic 
Floor Leader Schill of the Assembly, 
are awaiting telephone orders from 
their chief as to whom next to pve 
a trial heat. 

Glinwold looms up as the probable 
.solution of the Senatorial tangle. 

Samuel Smather's name was tried 
on the McMullen insurgents late to- 
night by the Murray directors. It was 
added to the list of ten being talked 
over by the Murray leaders and the 
McMullen insurrectos. 

The insurgents will have it in their 
|)ower to-morrow to break the dead- 

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GREAT CROWn SAILS ON ST 

WASHINGTON HIINDR 

TO GET ABOARD G! 

Society commence 
eastward rush yeste 
ing every stateroom 
that could be conver 
use of pas.sengers on 
steamer, George W 

The exodus this y 
than usual, due to a 
bookings on ocean s 
of Americans whom 
the Coronation. Thi 
list of the George W 
was printed on pink 
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^ 10 Point Century Expanded No. 2 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish 
it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such prin- 
ciples, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate 
that governments long established should not be changed for light and 
transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right them- 
selves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when 

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one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed ; that, when any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying 
its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem the most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long es- 

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II Point Ckntubv Exfandbd No. 2 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the seimration. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that, when any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying 
its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
guch form, as to them shall seem, most likely to effect their safety 
and happiness. Prudence, indeed, vnU dictate that governments long 

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one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure 
these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, when- 
ever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, 
it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to insti- 
tute a new government, laying its foundation on such princi- 
ples,and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem 

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sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to 
the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 
ness; that, to secure these rights, governments are m- 
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comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
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it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which im- 
pel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all 
men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men 
deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, when- 
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6 Point Bodoni 

When, in the fwurse of human events, it hecotnes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's Cod entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are institnted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, wlienever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it iti the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happincHS. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferahle. than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are 
accu8lome<l. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a 
design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government 
and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and 
such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The historj' of the 
present King of Great Britain is a history of repealed injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the 
establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world ; 
He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good; he has forbidden his 
governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his assent 
should be obtained; and, when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them; he has refused to pass 
other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of 
representation in the legislature; a riglit inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only; he has called 
together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and far distant from the depository of their public 
records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures; be has dissolved represen- 
tative houses repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has 
refused, for a long lime after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the legislative powers, 
incapable of annihilation, have returned to the people at large for their exercise; the state remaining, in the 
meantime, exposed to all the danger of invasion from without, and convulsions within ; he has endeavored to 
prevent the population of these States; for that purpose, obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners. 
refusing to pass others to encourage their migration hither, and raising the conditions of new appropriations of 
lands; he hfis obstructed the administration of justice, by refusing his assent to laws for establishing Judiciary 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments 
are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the gov- 
erned; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it 
is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for 
light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferahle, than to right themselves by 
abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses 
and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such govern- 
ment and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient 
sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to 
alter their former systems of government. The history of the present King of Great 

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people to dissolve the politicul haniU whith have connectetl them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of tlie earth, the separate 
and c<pial Ktalioii to which the laws of nature and of nature's (iod 
enlitU- tliciii, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths t«> he s<'lf-<'vidcnt: That all nu-n are created c(|ual; 
that thev are end«»wed hy their Creator with certain inalienable rijjhts; 
that anions thes«- are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, 
to secure these riphts, governnu-nts are instituted am<>n<: nu-n, deriving 
their jtist jM>wer8 from the <-onsent of the governed; that, whenever 
any form of govenunent becomes destnictivj- of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
Eovernment, laving its foundation on such printiples, and organizing 
Its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect 
their safety and happiness. Pnidcncc, indeed, will dictate that govern- 
ments lonfn esUiblLsne<i should not he changed for lifht and transient 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed bv their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of 
the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
deslructiic ofthvse i>iids. it is thr rifxht oflhr people to alter or 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form 
of government becomes destructive of these ends, it 
is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its foundation 
on such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their 
safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 
governments long established should not be changed 
for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all ex- 
perience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to 
suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. 
But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pur- 
suing invariably the same object, evinces a design 
to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their 
right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and 
to provide new guards for their future security. Such has 
been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such 
is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their 
former systems of government. The history of the present 

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becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect, to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit 
of happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, de- 
riving their just powers from the consent of 
the governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these 
ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it and to institute a new govern- 
ment, laying its foundation on such princi- 
ples, and organizing its powers in such form, 
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6 Point Bodoni Book 

When, in the course of human events, il becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certaiti inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these 
ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on 
such principles, and organizmg its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to efTect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, mdeeil. will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and 
transient causes; and, accordingly, ail experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train 
of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute 
despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future 
security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them 
to alter their former systems of government. The history oi the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated 
injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over thete States. To 
prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world : He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and 
necessary for the public good ; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, 
unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained ; and, when so suspended, he has utterly neglected 
to attend to them ; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those 
people would relinquish the right of representation in the legislature ; a right inestimable to them, hnd formidable to 
tyrants only ; he has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the deposi- 
tory of their public records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures ; he has dissolved 
representative houses repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has 
refused, for a long time after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected, whereby the legislative powers, incapable 
of annihilation, have returned to the people at large for their exercise; the state remaining, in the meantime, exposed 
to all the danger of invasion from without, and convulsions within; he has endeavored to prevent the population of 
these States, for that purpose obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners, refusing to pass others to encourage 
their migration hither, and raising the conditions of new appropriations of lands. He has obstructed the administration 
of justice, by refusing his assent to laws for establishing judiciary powers. He has made judges dependent on his wilt 
alone, for the tenure of their o^ces, and the amount and payment of their salaries. He has erected a multitude of new 

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8 Point Bodoni Book 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 
ness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government be- 
comes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not 
be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown 
that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right them- 
selves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of 
abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce 
them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such govern- 
ment and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient 
sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter 
their former systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is 
a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establish- 
ment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a 

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10 Point Bodoni Book 
Whkn. in the courso of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the jMililieal hands which have connected iheni with another, and 
to assume, among the |)owers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's (iod entitle them, a decent re- 
siH-ct to the opinions of mankind re«piires that they should declare the causes 
which iinp«l them to the separation. We hold thest- tniths to be self-evident: 
Hiat all men are created equal; that they are endowe<l by their ( Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that anion;; these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted 
among men. «leriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, when anv form of government l>ecomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the jwojile to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new gov- 
ernment, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers 
in such form, as to them shall s«'em most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established 
should not lie changed for light an<l transient causes; and, accordingly, all 
exfK-rience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are sufferal>le, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which 
they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurfiations, pur- 
suing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under ab- 

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When, in the course of human events, it Incomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with cer- 
tain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness: that, to secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving llieir just powers from tlie consent 
of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these emls, it is the right of the people to alter or to 
abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its fountlation 

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14 Point Bodoni Book 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form 
of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute 
a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, 
and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall 
seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes ; and, accord- 
ingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more dis- 
posed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right them- 
selves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. 
But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing 
invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, 
to throw off such government and to provide new guards for 
their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance 
of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which con- 
strains them to alter their former systems of government. 
The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history 
of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct 
object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these 

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When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with 
anotlier, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that, to secure these rights, governments are in- 
stituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that when- 
ever any form of government becomes destruc- 
tive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such prin- 
ciples, and organizing its powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their 
safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will 
dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; 

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6 Point Scotch Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the pwlitical 
Umds which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to he self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever 
any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form, as to thera shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate tliat governments long establislied should not be changed 
for light and transient causes : and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to 
which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably 
the same object, evinces a design to reduce tliem under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is 
their duty, to tlirow off such government and to provide new guards for their future security. 
Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity wliich 
constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The- history of the present King of 
Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the 
estiiblisliment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a 
candid world : He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public 
good ; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless 
suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained; and, when so suspended, he has 
utterly neglected to attend to them ; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of 
large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of representation in the 
legislature; a right inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only: he has called together 
legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of tlieir 
public records, for the- sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures ; he has 
dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on 

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8 Point Scotch Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable riglits ; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent 
of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of 
these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown 
that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right 
themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long 
train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a 
design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to 
throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such 
has been the patient sufferanceof these colonies, and such is now the necessity which 
constrains them to alter their former systems of government. To prove this, let facts he sult- 
miited to a candid world: He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and 

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Whkn, In the coiirso of huninii t-vonts, it bfctmies necessnry for one people 
to dUsolve the (xiliticiil Iwiuls wliich have eonnected them with another, 
ami to assume, amonK tlie iMiwers of the earth, the se|>arate and equal 
station to whirh the laws of nature and of nature's GinI entitle them, a 
decent res|)eet to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which im|>e! them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to Ih' self-evident : Tlmt nil men are created equal; that they are 
endowed hy their Creator with certain innlienahle rights; that among 
these are life, liljcrty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these 
riithls, Koveniments are institutetl amonK men, deriving their just |K)wers 
fn»m the c«»nsent of the Rovenied ; that, when any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on 
such principles, and organizing its |Kiwcrs in such form, as to them shall 
seem the nuist likely to effect their sjifety and happiness. Prudence, in- 
dee<l,will dictate that governments longestablished should not be changed for 
light and traittient catufs; and, accordingly, all ejrperience hath shincn thai 
wamkimd an more ditpoied to ti^er, vhile evils are mfferahle, than to right 

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Whkn, in the course of human events, it l)ec(>nies necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political Imnds which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the jwwers of the earth, the separate 
and e(iual station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind retjuires that 
they should di-clare tiie causes which impel them to the sepiiratioii. 
We hold thesi- truths to lie self-evi<lent : That all men are created 
eqiul ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inaliena- 
ble rights ; that among these are life, lilx-rty, and the pursuit of 
happiness ; that, to strure these rights, g«)vernments are instituted 
anumg men, deriving their just |H)wers from the consent of the governed ; 
that, whenever any form of gt»vernntcnt l)ecomes destructive of these 
ends, it is the right of the [)eople to alter or to aliotish it and to in- 
stitute a new government, laying its finnidation on such principles, and 
orgiiniziitfr if jt jimctrx in imch form, at to than ahall xcein moM likely to 
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12 Point Scotch Roman 



When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created 
equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed ; that whenever any form 
of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right 
of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 

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14 Point Scotch Roman 



When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle theni, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rig-hts; that among- these are 

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U Ponrr Soorca Roman 



When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessiiry for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them witii another, and to 
assume, amon^ tlic powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-e\'i(lent : That all men 
are created equal ; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty 
and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the 
governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of 
these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it and to institute 
a new government, laying its founda- 
tions on such principles, and organiz 

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Wayside 



6 Point Wayside 

\Vhf:n, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve tlie pohtical 
bands which have connected them witli another, and to assume, among the powersof the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle tliem, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires tliat they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
tliey are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are mstituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to alwlish it and to insti- 
tute a new government, laying its foundatidiis cm such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to ellect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for liglit and transient causes; 
and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are sufTerable, than to right themselves by a!M>lishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, 
irhen a longtrain of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably tfie same objecU evinces a design 
to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty^ to throw off such govem- 

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8 Point Wayside 

Whex, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of na- 
ture and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying 
its fomidalion. on such principles , and organizing its powers in such form, as to them 
shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, mil dic- 

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10 Point Wayside 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent re- 
spect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We iiold these truths to be self- 
evident : That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among 

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Wayside 



II Point Wavsidb 
WiiKN, ill the roiirsf of luinmii events, it Infoines iiwessarv for one 
people to (ii.>i.s(>lve the |M)liti('al ImiihIs wliioli liave coiiiiei'teil them witli 
another, Mnd to assume, among the |>owers of the eartli, the 8e|Mirate and 
e<|UHl station to wliidi the laws of nature and of nature's (JchI entitle 
them, a «lecent resjHft to the opinions of mankind nnjuires that they 
should declare the causes which iin|x?l them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to Ik- self-<'vident : That all men are cifuti'd i-tpial; that 
they an- endowe<l hv their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, lilierty, and the ])ursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, g«>veninients arc instituted among men, deriving 
their just |K>wers fn>m the consent of the govenie<l; that, whenever any 
fonn of government liecomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of 
the j)eople to alter or to alMilish it and to institute a new government, 
lai/hiff il.tjbundation.i on »uch prinriplfn, and org-anhhiff Hn pmcern in 
rui-hjiirm. (i.i to them xhall .icnn most likxlif to vffevt their infcty ami 

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12 Point Waybidb 

When", in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and e(]ual station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to l)e self-evident: That all men are created 
ec|ual; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the ffoverued; that, uhenever any form of 
government becomes (Ustntcthv of these ends, it Ls- the fight of 

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Lining Roman No. 510 



6 Point Lining Roman No. 510 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are Instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to insti- 
tute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
fonn, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will 
dictate thatgovernmentslongestablishedshouldnotbechangedfor light and transient causes; and, 
accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are 
mffercthUJhan to riQht thanselvea by abolishing the fmins to which they are accustomed. But. ivh en along 
train of abuses and vsurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce thein under 

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8 Point Lining Roman No. 510 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
amongthe powera of theearth,the separate and equal station to which the laws of na- 
ture and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are hfe, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure tliese rights, governments are in- 
stituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to irmtitule a new government, laying 
its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall 

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9 Point Lining Rohan No. 510 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the poHtical bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
tlie laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalien- 
able rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; 
that, to secure these rights, governments are vistHuted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government be- 

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10 Point Linino Roman No. MO 
WiiKS, in tlu- iHiun**' of )iuniiui eveiitf, it iK-oonicsnwossjiry furonopi^ople 
to ili»<»olve the |X)litiial ImukIs which have coiinwtt'il tlieiii with anothtT, 
and to assume, among the iHjwers of tlie earth, the geparute anil itiuai 
station to which tiie hiws of nature and of nature's ChkI entitle them, a 
diH-ent res|Krttotlie opinions of mankind retiuirestliatthey should declare 
the caus«-s which im|M'l them to the seiwiration. We liold thene truths to 
1* self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 
Irf/ thrir Creator triih certain iiialieuaUf right*; that aiiwiiff theiie are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of hnjipinenn; that, to m-ure these right*, government)! 

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11 Point Linino Rohan No. 510 
Whkx, in the course of human events, it becomes ncccsssirv for 
one j)e*>ple to dissolve the jwlitical Imnds which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
sejwrate and iHiual station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a tlecent resjHvt to the opinions of mankind re- 
(|uire8 that they should declan> the c^iuses which imixd them to the 
se^mration. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among the»e are life, liberty , and the pursuit of 

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12 Point Lining Roman No. 610 

Whkx, in the course of litiniun events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
jMJwers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the caitse* which impel them to the xeparatiou. We hold 
thei<c truths to he Kclf-evident: That all men are created erjual; that 

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Norwood Roman 



6 Point Norwood Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent re- 
spect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to 
them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 
governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, 
all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than 
to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of 
abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new 
guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now 
the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the 
present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct 
object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be sub- 
mitted to a candid world : He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the 
pubHc good ; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless 
suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained ; and, when so suspended, he has utterly 
neglected to attend to them; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large dis- 
tricts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of representation in the legislature, a 
right inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only; he has called together legislative bodies at 
places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public records, for the sole 
purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures; he has dissolved representative houses 
repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has refused, 
for a long time after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected: whereby the legislative powers, in- 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to 
alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such 
principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely 
to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 
long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, 
all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are 
sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accus- 
tomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same 
object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it 
is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future 
security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the 
necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The 
history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries 

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10 Point Norwood Roman 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political Kinds which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, amon>j the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to se- 
cure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever 
anv form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new gov- 
ernment, laymg its foundations on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their 
safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 
lonq establUihed sliould not be changed for light and transient causes; 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed bv their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are insti- 
tuted among men, deriving their just powers from the con- 
sent of the governed; that, wheneverany form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 

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Roman No. 590 



5 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human evente, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the politic«l 
bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the sepa- 
rate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opiuioiiB of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- 
piness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the rmisent of the governed; that, whenever 
any form of government becomes destructive of these 
ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish 
It, and to institute a new government. laying its foun- 
dation on such principles, and organizing its powers 
in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to 
effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; and, 
accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferablc. 
than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to 
which they are accustomed. JSut. when a long train 
of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the 
same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, 
to throw off such government and to provide new 
guards for their future security. Such has been the 
patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now 
the necessity which constrains them to alter their 
former systems of government. The history of the 
present King of Great Britain is a history nf repealed 
injuries and vaurpatione, all having, in direct object. 
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5Vm Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal : that they are endowed 
by theirCreator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pur- 
suit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of the 
gr)verned; that whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and 
to institute a new government, laying its foun- 
dation on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in such form, as to them shall seem 
most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 
long established should not be changed for light 
and transient causes; and, accordingly, all ex- 
perience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, 
than to right themselves by abolishing the forms 
to which they are accustomed. But, when along 
train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing in- 
variably the same object, evinces adesign to reduce 
them under absolute despotism, it i» their right, it 
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6 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands wliicli have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, tlie separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires tliat they should declare the 
causes wliieli impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all 
men are created equal ; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable riglits ; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pur- 
suit of happiness; that, to secure these riglits, 
governments are instituted among men, deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of tlie 
governed: that whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it. and to 
institute a newgovernment.layingitsfoundation 
on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
such form, as to them shall seem most likely 
to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long estab- 
lished should not be changed for light and tran- 
sient causes; and. accordingly, all experience 
hath shown that mankind are more disposed to 
suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right 
themselves by abolishing the forms to which they 
are accustomed. Hut, when a long train of abuses 

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7 Point Roman No. 690 

When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the sepa- 
rate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal ; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that, to secure these rights, governments 
are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the gov- 
erned; that whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, 
it is the right of the people to alter or to 
abolish it, and to institute a new govern- 
ment, laying its foundation on such prin- 
ciples, (ind organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to 

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Roman No. 590 



( PotMT Roman Ho. MB 
WiiKM, ill th«« couriM? of hiimiin evpiitu, it lH>comet« iiwetwary for one people to 
diMolve the |>olitical bandu wliich have coiiiieote«l them with anotlier, aud to anKume, 
amoDK the powen of the earth, the M>parate and e«|ual utation to whieli the law» of 
nature and of nature'* <.to«l entitle theiti, a de<>ent renjieet to the opinions of man- 
kind require* ttiat they iihould deolart- the eaiines which im|>el them to the He|>nmtion. 
We hold thew tnithn'to Jh- sielf -evident: That all men are creatwi equal; that tliey 
are endowe<l by their Cn-ator with eertnin inalienable riKhtx; that ainuu); these are 
life, liU'rty, and the pumuit of happineMx; that, to decure theiie riRhtd, KovernmentB 
are inittitu'ted among men, deriving Uieir junt jiowerx from the coiiHent of the gov- 
erned; that, whenever any form of government beoomex dentnictive of these ends, 
•I u Ihf rtghluHkeptoplt to mller or to aboluh i(, ami In wslitutra Mctr ijortrnmniU lii*l>»<J 
ito /<i«iKla(K>iM on mAfrimet^M, •«<< nrgam^ing ilx )Hitcer» in nurh form, ax to Ihrm 

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When, in the oourse «>f human events, it lieeomes iieeeKsarj' for one ix'ople 
tudiMHilve the politieni linnds whieh have eonneet«><i tlieni with another, and to 
MMame, amonfT tlie p<iwersof the enrth, the sepnmte and equal station to wliich 
the laws of nature nnil of nature's Ood entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opiniona of mankind requiri's that they ahould declare the causes which impel 
tbeni to the aeparation. We hold these truths \n be self-evident: That all 
men an< createil equal; that they are endowtnl by their Creator with certain 
inalienable riirhts: that aniont; these are life, lil>erty, and the pursuit of happi- 
neat; thai, to nectirt the»e rightu, goremments are instiluteil among men, deriring 
their J¥»t iMncern from the connml of the governed; lliat, trhenerer any form ofgov- 

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10 Point Roman No. sao 
Whex. in the wiunte of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to di»itolve the political hands which have connetrted them with 
another, and to assnme, amonj; the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God en- 
title them, a decent respe«'t to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should de<-lare the causes which impel them tf> the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created eciual; 
Hull Ihfji nrr fndoKfil hy ihrir Creator irilh rertain inolietuihlr rif/ht.s; 
thai iimoHfj Ihritf are lifr, librrly.and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 

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11 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in tlie course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes 
which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be 
self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they are en- 
dowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that, 
to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, 
dei'iving their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of 
these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it 
and to institute a new (jovernment, laying its foundations on such, 
princijiles, and organizinfi its powers in such form, as to them 

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12 Point Roman No. 590 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes nec- 
essary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their junt powers from the consent of the gov- 
erned; that whenever any form of government becomes de- 

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& Point Linino Roman No. 634 

I umili !• diMulv* lk« piillUrftl hands whieli imf 

I Uw |M««n ml Um mrtk. Um wparat* «nd r<)U4l »uti<>u u> wblek lb* 

r«r«'«0n4««Ulto Umh. aAwMilrMiMrtlollMopditaMofMWiikiiKt r*<|UJrMlliat ttioj »huukl dwUra 

Uhmi to tiM Mf*rmUua. W» huM IImm Initlu lu b* ••tf-vridMil - Tlwl «ll ■»» Rr« crt«l«d m)imI ; that 

O— Kc wlUl CMtola ImUWmM* rtcktai that mmoc Umm %n Ulm. liberty, and lb* purauil of happi- 

ricMi^, pnwniBwiila an !—«»■*■< aiwig MM. dwtTlag tbvir juM pt>w«n fruni th« ti>nMiit of tb« 

aay facw «! tfraiwil b a w i n 4«aM««U«« of llMa* Md*. it 1* th« ricM of tb« |>»»pl« l» alter ur to 

lailM Ita fMi»4aUa«a «■ MCh priDrlpla*. and ofraniiJiir il» |M>wrr* in n»ch 

•■•••rllbwirMfatf an^bap^MMa. PnidMrv. in>lf^. will •ItcUtr tliat K<'rtfrnmanU 

IbrMibland lraiM*Mil maaaa: aad. aecardinity. ali •viwrienrr Uili »liMwn ibat uan- 

•vlbaraMffwrabU, tbaafc>ri«M tbaiaaUrm l.j •l->ti*l.i»r ll.r f.-riii* u- whirb th«r ar« 

b^Jlimln nf tftll ' tifeuri>Kli.>ti* i<urMiin> Miv>n>hii ll><- kamr i>t<jrrt. rVliirv* a <ic«iyn tu rwluca 




■.Mi* tb«4f 

a baan tb* {m < 

' ant««M»l ftrtv. . 

•U b*«lH4, la <lirv<i .>r>f«Hi, tor r«ia"ii>nHir»l >'i •■) .>' 

i^itHi d b* a eaadid wwrM : ll« baa rrfuard bit aaaral 1<> law. i 

h n Ht 4 tm W* 9»«vr»nr* bi paaa Uwa uf iMaMNllat* and |)n--- 

M#, m^Um Mi MMTjMMfcvt, b« iUa •>"' 

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Tilt and tx pn<Tiilc itrw ruardi fur 
i< w tlir nrccwtitf wlitrb <-«m»lraini 
<( HHIain i* a htat»r)r <if r«i>aatrd 

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5 Point Lining Roman No. 527 

Wbbm. im IIh> ctMirw* nf hamao ••vritta. It ti«icom<M nfcffaaary for one people* to tHaaolvo the polltloal tMinda 
vlilck haT« roKBrrtaxI ttwm with another, ainl lo B«MiH>e. amonn tbr powt«ni of the earth, the aepamte and 
•q«*l alaitoa lowhieh the law* of Mtare and of aalure'a Ood entitle them, a decent renfiei't to the oplnlona 
of MMaklad raqvln* iImi th«T ahnald declare th« caaaca which impel them to the aeparatlon. We hold 
Umm* IrwilM to be aelf-eTldeat: That all men are create*) etinal; that they are endowed l>>- their Crsator 
wftk certala Inalienable rlchta; that amona thtwe are life. lllM>rtr.and the pumuit of happinnw; that, to 
avmre thmv H«hta, ffOTerementa are in«tiliite<l atuonit men, deriving their juxt poweni from the consent of 
the ■n^'emetli thai, whence f-r any form nf irnxfTnm«<nl tMH^tme* ilf^triiftive nf t »!■««• «*n(lH, it in the rinht of 
the peoiile tn ali**r nr to almlian it and tn inMitnle n new itn\«>rnm(>nl. In> inu ita fotindnlionw «n Huch 
prfneipfea,and nritaniilna ita |i«>wrni in muvh form, a* tn thfni nlinll mhmd moot liki'ly to off(*ct llK<lr anfety 
and bapptneiM. I^rudenre. indee<1. will dirtate that Koternmt'nta Innii ifttaltllalietl ahould not Ix'chanjcvd for 
llcht aiM tranalent raii«e>: and. acronlinaly. all «*x|>«*rience hath ahown that mankind are more dUpoaed 
toanfllpr. while e«ila are •ufferahle. than to richt themaehei* h} abnliahins the form* to which they are 
acmaloaMMl. Rut. when a lonii train nf ahUM^ and uxirimTinn". ititroTifnii tnvnriahly the aame ohject. evincM 
a dMign to rednea tlnnn nmler alMnlute dc«|KiTi-" . - i . . : ,hf,|r duty, tn throw off anch 

■m«nuB«nl and to pmrMe new miardo for thfir f • vn the |>nticnt aufforanrt* of 

taM«> colon lea. MM ■veh tanow the n<«<-«-M>itT nln* ! -n-ir former M>MtemH of uovcrn- 

■wnl. Tba blatorr oi tbe ptWMnt Km* tif t*reat I!' it**«) injuries and iiaurptitionM. 

UU kmrtmm.fm 4tr9t4 ati9et,lh*rBtahU»kment tfan »t^- lutr lt,r'tuH<fvT thr^r StnlfB. To pntr* thU. let foftt 6c 
rmkmittwmlo « mtntM teoWd: It* ktu n> / )uf i mia assent /» faira thf mu*4l wkalettmu and neeraaarif/ur hCf fttMic 

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Wnpi, Id Utv coarv of hamnn vnmta. It luro m w nerfwanrr for one iienple to dhwolTO tlie political hands 
wMrli tain coanecteO them with afvHher. and lo aM>nin«, antotiir the [Miireni of itto enrth. tlw separata 
and aqoal atatlnn to which tl>e lawn of nature and of nalurv'a God entitle them, a ilecent reapect to the 
oplnlniia of maaklnU mquirm Uiat titey altotild declare the rattMw which Iniiiel them t4i tiw iteiiaratloo. 
We taoM lk«M trntkft lo ba talf-vrtdent : Ttint all men ara rraated equal: that ttwr are endowed by thalr 
* rlffhta: thnt nmnnip theae aro life. Utterly, nnd tlie pnraiilt of happtoeM; 

riir their Jnat p<»weni from the 

' *• <le*tnictlve of titeee enda. It 

iiiiK-tit. inyinK Ita fnundatlnnn 

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6 Point Roman No. 596 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, de- 
riving their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to insti- 
tute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to efTect their safety and happiness. Prudem-e, indeed, will 
dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; 
and. accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. 
But. when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a 
design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such 
government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient suffer- 
ance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former 
systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated 
injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over 
these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world : He has refused his assent to 
laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good; he has forbidden his governors to 
pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his assent 
should be obtained ; and, when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them : he has 
refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people 
would relinquish the right of representation in the legislature: a right inestimable to them, and 
formidable to tyrants only ; he has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfort- 
able, and distant from the depository of their public re<'ords. for the sole purpose of fatiguing them 
171^0 compliance toith his measures; he has dissolved rejyresentative houses repeatedly, for opposing, ivith 
manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has refused, for a long time after such dis- 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with cer- 
tain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to in- 
stitute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happi- 
ness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath showji that 
mankind are more disposed to sufler, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses 
and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute despotism. It is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government 
and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance 
of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their for- 
mer systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history 
of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establishment of an 
absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid 
world: He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary tor the 
public good; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance^ 
unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained; and, when so suspended. 

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Whks, ill thp coiimo of hiiiiinn event*, it becoiiieii nocewian' for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
•nionK the |h>w era of the earth, the M>purate and equal station to which (he laws of 
nalurt- and of nature's (>od entitle them, a decent respect t<i the opinions of man- 
kind requirt^s that theyshould declare the causes which impel them to the s(>paration. 
We hold these trtithttub<> self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
•re life, liberty, and the pureuit of happiness ; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are institult'd among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of 
the governed; llial, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of 
UtMe ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a 
new itovernmeiil, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its 
iiowers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
nKI>pines«. I'rudence, indeet], will dictate that governments lung established 
should not he change<i for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all ex- 
perience hath show n that mankind are more dispostHl to suffer, while evils are 
snfferable, than to right ihemst-lves by abolishing the forms to which they are 
•ccustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invari- 
ably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, 
il is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new 
guania for thetr future necurily. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary tor one people to 
dissolve the {mlitical hands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's (Sod entitle them, a decent respect to the opin- 
ions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to \m self-evident: That all men 
are create<l equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalien- 
able rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that, to secure these rights, governments are in.ttitutcd among men, deriving 
their just powers from the j-onsent of the governed ; that, whenever any form 
of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to aliolish it and to institute a new government, laying its founda- 
tions on such principles, and organizing its i)owers in such form, as to them 
shall seem most likely to effect their safety an<l happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dictate that governments long established should not \>e changetl for 
light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that 
mankind are more disiK)«ed to suffer, while evils are suCFerahle, than to right 
themselves by alH)lishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a 
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10 Point Roman No. 596 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure 
these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its 
foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should 
nof be changed for lujht and transient causes; and, accordingly, all ex- 
perience hath shown that manlind are more disposed to suffer, while 

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11 Point Roman No. 596 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the cause.s which impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that, to secure these rights, governments arc instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, 
whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, 
it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a 
new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely 
to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 

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It PoiMT Roman No. IM 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one i)tH)ph» to dissolve the poHtical hands which have 
connected them with another, and Xo assume, among the 
|x>wers of the eartli. the sepanite and equal station to which 
the Uiws of nature an«l of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind reciuiresthat they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of hapi)iness: that to secure these rights,governmeiits 
are institute*! among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of 
the people to alter or to abolish it an<l to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in ii\ich form, as to them shall seem 
most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accord- 
ingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more dis- 
posed to suffer, while evils are sufferable.than to right them- 
selves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. 
But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing 
invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute desiMitism, it is their right, it is their duty, 
to throw off such government and to provide new guards for 
their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance 
of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which con- 
strains them to alter their former systems of government. 
The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history 
of rei)eated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct 
object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these 
States. To pn)ve this, let facts be submitted to a candid worl<l: 
He has refuse«l his assent to laws the most wholesome and 
necessary for the public good ; he has forbidden his governors 
/o/xi«» hii'g of immcHiatf and jtrexsing im)t(>rtance., unless sus- 
pended in their ajMration till his assent should be obtained; and, 

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6 Point Roman No. 599 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve tbe political 
bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the sepa- 
rate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that to secure these rights. governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from the con- 
sent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, It is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
institute a new government, laying its foundations 
on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect 
their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will 
dictate that governments long established should not 
be changed for light and transient causes; and, ac- 
cordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable. 
than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to 
which they are accustomed. But. when a long train 
of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably Ike 
same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
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7 Point Roman No. 599 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary tor one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident : That 
all men are created equal; that they are en- 
dowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of 
the governed; that, whenever any form of gov- 
ernment becomes destructive of these ends, it 
is the right of the people to alter or to abolish 
It and to institute a new government, laying 
its foundations on such principles, and organ- 
izing its powers in such form, as to them shall 
seem most hkely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate to us 
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8 Point Roman No. 599 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive 
of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundations on such prmciples, and organizing its powers m such form, 
as to them shall seem most hkely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient 
causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, 
while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they 
are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the 
same object, evmces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it 
is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future security. 
Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which 
constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present 
King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in 
direct object, the establislunenl of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this. 

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» Point Roman No. SW 
Whkx. in thp rounw of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind riHjuires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths Ui b«> self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed bv their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments 
arr inntitiiled among men. deriring IheirjuM powers from the consent of the gorerned; 
Ikat. trkenefer any form of government t)Kome» de.it ruetire of these ends, it is the 

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10 Point Roman No. 6M 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and 
to a.ssume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires tliat they should deckre the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created e<jiuil; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable riyhlii: thai, lo ttecure these rights, governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; 

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12 Point Roman No. CW 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessar)' for one 
people to di.ssolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent res|)ect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them lo the separalion. We 
hold these truths to fte self-rt-ident: That all men are created equal; 

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SYNOPSIS OF LINING OLDSTYLE BODY TYPE FACES 



Sariu No. 6 POINT LINING OLDSTYLE 

o23 — When, in the course of human events, it liecoines netessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
581 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bandsr 

BMi Point Lining Oldstyle 
523 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary- for one people to dissolve the political banil 

6 Point Lining Oldstyle 

540 — when in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which ha 
552 — When, in the course of tiuman events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bh 
58C — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the politil 
523 — VVlien. in the course of human events, it becomes necessary fftr one people to dissolve the pon 
A— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the pm 
,5.51 — when, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the-pia 
583 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the pis 
579 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve thetf 
581 — When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve thw 
550 — When, in the cour,se of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve thes 

7 Point Lining Oldstyle 

550— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to disso 
579_When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissl 
551_When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to disil 
581_When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis 

8 Point Lining Oldstyle 

552— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolvs 
540— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dise 
586— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people tow 
A— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
523— When, in the course of liuman events, it becomes necessary for one people s 
551— WTien, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peoplen 
583— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peoplen 
579— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peoplet 
581— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peoplit 
550— When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces.sary for one peopls 

9 Point Lining Oldstyle 

552— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people q 
583— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one pcop 
551— w'hen, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one pli 
550— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one g 
579— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one r 
581— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for onq 
A— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 

10 Point Lining Oldstyle 

540— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for oneis 
552-When, in the course of iuiman events, it becomes necessary for ons 
583— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for tz 
579— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessarj- for it 
551— When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces.sary for o 
581- When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary fors 
550— When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary forp 



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10 PcNMT Unimo OUMmrLa— Continoad 

•"•-■•'- \\ hfii. in ihf course of human events, it becomes necessary fort 

AHiv-When. in the course of human events, it becomes necessary fow 

A-When. in the course of human events, it becomes necessai^ fr 

11 POIKT LlMINO OI.IWTYIJC 

Mo-Whcn, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary fot 
**'-\Vhen, in the course of hunmn events, it Ijeconies necessary ft 
5M-\\'hen. in the course of human events, it becomes necessary z 
»T»»-\Vhen, in the course of human events, it becomes necessartn 
a.i<»-\\'Ticn, in the course of human events, it becomes necessarts 
A-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessart 
Mi-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessatl 

12 PorxT Lining OLim'TLK 

sai-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necese 
ft"«»-Whcn, in the course of human events, it becomes neceii 
A-When, in the course of human events, it becomes necet 
Ma-When. in the course of human events, it becomes nece 
540- When, in the course of human events, it becomes nece 
58»-When, in the course of human events, it becomes nee 
saa-W'hcn, in the course of human events, it becomesn 
65o-When, in the course of human events, it becomesn 
M'-When, in the course of human events, it becomeso 

14 ToiNT Lining Ouwttlb 

""■-When, in the course of human events, it becoe 

A-When, in the course of human events, it becw 

M«-\Vhen, in the course of hinnan events, it beco 

5fti-When, in the course of human events, it bees 

18 Point Lining OLomru: 

"a-\\ hen, in the course of human events, it b 
653- When, in the course of human events, itt 
»7»-\Vhen, in the course of human events, t 
"•When, in the course of human events,! 
»»«-When, in the course of human evenc 
A-When, in the course of human event 
540- When, in the course of human event 

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5 Point Lining: Oldstyle No. 523 

When, in the ttmrse of luiinan events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, anions 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that amonK these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure 
these rights, go'vermnents are instituted among men, 
deriving their Just powers frotn the consent of the gov- 
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5 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the sepa- 
rate and equal station to which the laws of nature and 
of nature's God entitle tbem, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to se- 
cure these rights, governments are instituted among 
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5V2 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 523 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the sepa- 
rate and equal station to wliich the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hold tliese truths to be self-evident: That 
a// mett are created equal; that they are endtyived 
bytheirCreatorivithcertaifiutalieiiablerights;tliat 
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6 Point Lining Caalon Oldstyle No. 540 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes nec- 
essary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident : That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
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6 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 523 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bandswhich have connected them with 
anotlier. and to assume, among the powersof the 
earth. t!ie separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires they should declare the causes 
•which impel thetn to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self -evident : That all me7i are 

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6 Point Oldstyle No. 583 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ers of the earth, tlie separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opin- 
ions of mankind requires they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all 

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6 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal sta- 
tion to which the laws of nature and of na- 
ture's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths lobe self-evident : 

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6 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

Whex, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ersof the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opin- 
ions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes 7vhich impel them to the sepa- 
ration. IVe hold these truths to be self-evident: 

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6 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which ha^-e connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal sta- 
tion to which the laws of nature and of na- 
ture's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to 
the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 

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■ 6 Point Recut Caslon No. 586 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a de- 
cent respect for the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 

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« PntBI OMatyU No. 67S 

Whkn, in thr cour»c of human events, it In- 
come* nrCT«Jury for one peot>le todiksolre thr 
political hands which have connected them 
with another, ami to assume, amons the {low- 
ers of the earth, the seiuiratr and r<iual sta- 
tion to which the lawsol nature andol nature's 
God entitle them, a decent rrst>ect to the opin- 
tOMa of mankind requires that they should 
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« Point Cantory Oldatyla 

When, in the courae of human events, it be- 
comes nece8sar>' Un one people to di!»olvc the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causrs Khick imfirl thrm to the separation. 
Wt hold these truths to be srl/-ei'ideMl: That all 

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T F«fat Untac OMstrl* No. StO 

Wrkn, in ihe counw of human event-s. it becomes necessary for one people to di.<i.solve the 
political bands which lui\x connected them with another, and toa.<isume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinioas of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel tnern to the separation. We hold the.se truths to be self-e\-ident : 
That alt men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable riRhts; that amonx these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, 
*> itntrr Ihrse righlj, govrmmmh are imliluleil anintig mett, deriving Ihfirjtisl powers 
from Ihe consfHl of Ute gavrmrd; IhaluhenriVr any /itrm of gmrrnnioil hfiomes aeslruf- 

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7 Potnt Unins Ronaldaon Oldstyle No. SSI 

When, in the coarse of human events, it Ijeconies neces-sarj- for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to as.sunie, among tlie powers 
of the earth, the settarate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect ti> the opinions of mankind requires that Ihrv should <Ieclare 
the causes which impel them to the !W|>aratian . We hold these truths to lit self evident : 
That all men are created equal; that ihej- are endowed liy their Creator « itli certain inalien- 
able rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure 
Ikese rights, gtnvy-mmenls are insliluled among men, deriving Iheirjiisl pcnters from Ihe 
consrnl of Ihe gavertud; Ihal whenefer any form nf gmrrnmenl beiomes deslruilive of 

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7 Polat OUatyk Na S7S 

Whkn, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another,and to assume, amoni; the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of n.iture and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect tothe opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal: that Ibcy are endowed by their Creator with certain ina- 
lienable riRhls: that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: that, 
to secure these rights, goxiemments are insliluled among men, deriving their just 
potters from Ihe (onsent of Ihe governed: that whenei'er any form at government 



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7 Point OMatylo Na « 

Whkn, in the conrw of human eventi.it becomes necesaary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to B.KSumc, amon); the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to tbe opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare tbe causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident : That all men are created equal : that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rifchls : that amonK these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 
ness; Ihal, to seture these r ighli.gorernmenls are insliluled among men, deriving 
their just pouers from the consent ol Ihe governed: that uhenever any form of 

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8 Point Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 640 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rights; that among tliese are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that to secure these rights, gonjernments are instituted among men, Jeri-ving their just poivers 

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8 Point Oldstyle No. 583 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
tlie powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them , a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted 

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8 Point Oldstyle No. 579 

When, ill the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endozved by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; thai 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these 

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8 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights 

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8 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they .should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be .self-evident : That all men are created 
equal; that they are endcnved by their Creator ivith certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pttrsuit of happiness; that to secure these rights. 

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• Potet Linlns OMityl* Na n 

When, in the course of human evi-nts, it Ih-coiucs necessary for one |R>oplc todissolvc 
tlic |Mi|itical hands wliicli have connected them with another, and to assume, amont; 
the (towers of the eartli, tlie sr|>aratc and equal station to wliich the hiws of nature 
and nature's (lod entitle them, a decent res(M.*ct to the opinions of mankind reiiuires 
that they should declare the causes which mi|)cl them to the separation. We hold 
these truths tol>c self-evident: That all men arc created equal; that they are en- 
thuttl by Ik fir Creator with cfrtain inalUnahlf rights; that among these are life, 
lUitrty, ami the pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure these rights, governments are 

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« Point Unlnc Rouldma OMxyl* No. t61 

WiiKN. in the course o( hnman events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political tnnils which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
amonK the powers of the etirth. the separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature anil nature's Hod entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
retjuire* tliat they should declare the causes which im)K-l them to the scpitration. 
We holil these trutlis to lie self-e\-i<lent : That all men are created e<|ual ; tliat they 
are enJonrti by their I 'reator uith certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
li/e, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure these rights , goi'ernments 

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• Paint lUcut Culon No. SH 

When, in (he counc of human cventi, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political hands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and 
of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed 
hy Ikrir Creator Kitk certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, 

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a Point Unln> French Oldityle Na &SZ 

WHEN, In the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which luve connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate anJ equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to tlie opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all 
men are created equal: that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that jmotif these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to seaire these rights, 
fovernments are instituted among men , derrving their )ust powers from the consent of the gov- 

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S Point Century OMMyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these arc life, lib- 
erty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are insti- 

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9 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal sta- 
tion to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation . Wc hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all moi are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with cer- 

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9 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 579 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal sta- 
tion to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Cre- 

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9 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes ivhich impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 

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9 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes 
which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with 

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9 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 

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• Point OUityl* No. sn 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's Cio<l entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these troths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalien- 

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10 Foint OldMyU Nol m 

\ViiK\, ill the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these tnitlis to \ye self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 



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M Paint Unlnv Culon OMityW No. ft«0 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
(aujfs which impel them to the separation. U't hold these truths to be self-evident : 
That all mm are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 

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10 Point Renit Cwhn No. (86 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect for the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. H'e hold these truths to he self-evident: That all men are 



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M Point ContttTT OUttylo 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessaiy for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
witn another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and eoual station to which the laws of nature and of na- 
ture's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which imbel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 

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10 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 560 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should decla7'e the causes which impel them to the separation, 
lie hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 

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10 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 523 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them ' 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the sepa- 
ration. IVc hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 

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10 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these tntths to be self-evident: That all men are ci-eated equal ; that they 

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10 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of liuman events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evide7it: That all men are created equal; that they are 

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10 Point Oldstyle No. 579 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these trtiths to be self-evident: That all me7i are created eqtial; that they 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, amonjf the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and ()f 
naliiri- '.t (iod entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and oi nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which im- 

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II Point OlditjrW No. 6T> 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 

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11 Point oustri* N& sn 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind recjuires that they should declare the causes which impel 



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11 Point CntoiT OMctyl* 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 

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11 Point Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 540 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 

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11 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
natiire''s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 

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12 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
oj nature and oj nat7ire''s God entitle Ihcni, a decent respect to 



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12 Point Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 540 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature' s God entitle them, a decent re- 

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12 Point Oldstyle No. 579 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature'' s God entitle them, a decent respect to 



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U Foint Unins OldMyl* N& 6S0 \ 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the T)olitical bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the lazes of nature and of nature^ s God entitle 



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Whhn, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station io li'hic/i the laws of tialiire ana of natures God 



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When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature'' s God 

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U Point Rocot Cailon Na tW 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laics of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 

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12 Point CmturY Oldxylr 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 



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14 Point Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 540 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 

and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the sepa- 



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When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, amongthe powers of the earth, the sepa- 

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14 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 

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14 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 



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18 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 579 



When, in the course of human events, it be- 
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When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 

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109 



Century Oldstyle 



6 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers 
in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient 
causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, 
while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are 
accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same 
object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, 
to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been 
the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to 
alter their former systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a 
history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establishment of an 
absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be given to a candid world: He has 
refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good ; he has forbidden 
his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their opera- 
tion till his assent should be obtained ; and, when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend 
to them ; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless 
these people would relinquish the right of representation in the legislature; a right inestimable to 
them, and formidable to tyrants only ; he has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, 
uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public records, for the sole purpose of fatigu- 
itjg them into compliartce with his measures ; he has dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for oppos- 
ing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has refused, for a long time after 

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8 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destruc- 
tive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety 
and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established 
should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experi- 
ence hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are 
sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are 
accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably 
the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is 
their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards 
for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such 
is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. 

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Century Oldstyle 



8 Point Cbntuby Olmtyui 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of 
the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long estab- 
lished should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, 
accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed 
to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the 
forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and 

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10 Point Ckntuby Oldstylb No. 2 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of 
the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long estab- 
lished should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, 
accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to 
suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the 

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Century Oldstyle 



10 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of 
the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new govern- 
ment, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their 
safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 

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11 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are in- 
stituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent 
of the governed; that, whenever any form of government be- 
comes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to 
alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its 
foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such 

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112 



Century Oldstyle 



12 Point Cbntuky Oliwtylb 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are 
created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed ; that whenever 
any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, 
it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
institute a new government, laying its foundations on such 
principles and organizing its powers in such form as to them 
shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long estab- 
lished should not be changed for light and transient causes; 
and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than 
to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they 
are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usur- 
pations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design 
to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, 
it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide 
new guards for their future security. Such has been the 
patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the 
necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems 
of government. The history of the present King of Great 
Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all 
having, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute 
tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be sub- 
mitted to a candid world : He has refused his consent to 
laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good; 
he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and 
pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till 

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113 



Century Oldstyle 



14 Point Century Oldstyle 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with cer- 
tain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure 
these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent 
of the governed; that, whenever any form of gov- 
ernment becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its founda- 
tions on such principles, and organizing its powers 
in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to 
effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dictate that governments long established 
should not be changed for light and transient 
causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown 
that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while 
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by 
abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. 
But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, 
pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a de- 
sign to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is 
their right, it is their duty, to throw ojfsuch govern- 

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Century Oldstyle 



18 Point Ckntuhy Oliwtyi.k 



When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect for the 
opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that, to 
secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abol- 
ish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles 

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Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 540 



6 Point Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 540 

When, in the course of Imman events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should de- 
clare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these trutlis to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that amoiie these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of 
the people to alter or to abolisli it and to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organ- 
izing its powers in such form, as to tliem shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 
will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all 
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are suffcrable, than to right themselves by 
abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably 
the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such 
government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, 
and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the pres- 
ent King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establishment of 
an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world: He has refused his assent 
to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good; lie has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate 
and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained ; and, when so suspended, he 
has utterly neglected to attend to tliem ; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, 
unless those people would relinquish the right of representation in the legislature; a right inestimable to them, and formid- 
able to tyrants only; he has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the deposi- 
tory of their public records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures; he has dissolved 
representative houses repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has refused, 
for a long time after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the legislative powers, incapable of annihila- 
tion, have returned to the people at large for their exercise; the state remaining, in the meantime, exposed to all the danger 
of invasion from without, and convulsions within; he has endeavored to prevent the population of these States, for that 
purpose obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners, refusing to pass others to encourage their migration hither, 
and raising the conditions of new appropriations of lands; he has obstructed the administration of justice, by refusing his 
assent to larus for eslab/ishing Judiciary potuers; he has made judies dependent on his will alone for the tenure of their offices, and 
the amount and payment of their salaries; he has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of na- 
ture's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident; That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- 
piness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happi- 
ness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that 
mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sutTerable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses 
and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute despotism, it Is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government 
and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance 
of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former 
systems ofgo<vemment. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated 
injuries and usurpations, ail halving, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny 

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10 Point Ijkino Cabijoh Oliwttui No. MO 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one peo- 
ple to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent re- 
spect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes 
which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident : 
That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit 
of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that when- 
ever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the 
right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such 
form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not 
be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience 
iat6 sAoutt that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are siifferable, than 
to rij^ht themsehes by abolishing the forms to "which they are accustomed. But, when 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That ail men 
are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with cer- 
tain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
mstituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent 
of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the nght of the people to alter or to 
abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundations 
on such principles, and orj^anizing its powers in such form, as to them shall 
seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will 

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12 Point Lining Caslon Oldstyle No. 540 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consetit of the governed; that, whenever any form ofgov- 
er?iment heco77ies destructive of these ends, it is the right of the 

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When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are e?■ldo^ll1ed by their Creator with certain inalie?table 
rights; that amoftg t/iese are life, liberty, and the pur- 

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18 Point Lining Caslon Oliihtyi.k No. MO 



When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to as- 
sume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should de- 
clare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be 
self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; - 
that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever 
anyform of government becomes destruc- 
tive of these ends, it is the right of the 
people to alter or to abolish it and to 
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6 Point Recut Caslon No. 586 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying ifs foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them 
shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that govern- 
ments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all 
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to 
right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of 
abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duly, to throw off such government and to provide new 
guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now 
the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the 
present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct 
object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted 
to a candid world : He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public 
good; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless sus- 
pended in their operation till his assent should be obtained; and, when so suspended, he has utterly 
neglected to attend to them; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts 
of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of representation in the legislature; a right 
inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only ; he has called together legislative bodies at places 
unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public records, for the sole purpose of 
fatiguing them into compliance with his measures; he has dissolved representative houses repeatedly, 
for o{)f)osittg, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the peofile; he has refused, for a long 
time after such dissolutions, to cause others to he elected; whereby the legislative fowers. incapable of 

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8 Point Recut Caslon No. 586 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold 
these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to 
alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such 
principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely 
to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 
long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, 
all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are 
sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accus- 
tomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same 
object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is 
their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future 
security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the 
necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history 
of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all 
having, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To 

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10 Point Rscut Caslon No, SM 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, amonji the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to 
the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all 
men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of 
the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to 
abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation 
on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to 
them shall seem most likely to effect their safety an J happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not he 

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12 Point Recut Caslon No. 688 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just ponsers from the consent of the governed; 
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14 Point Recut Caslon No. 586 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to 
the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new gov- 
ernment, laying its foundation on such principles, 
and organizing its powers in such form, as to them 
shall seem most likely to effect their safety and hap- 
piness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that govern- 
ments long established should not be changed for 
light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all 
experience hath shown that mankind are more dis- 
posed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to 
right themselves by abolishing the forms to which 
they are accustomed. But, when a long train of 
abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same 
object, evinces a design to reduce them under abso- 
lute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to 
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18 Point Rbcut Cablon No. 6M 



When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opin- 
ions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to 
the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that whenever 
any form of government becomes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the right, it is 
the duty of the people to alter or to abolish 
it and to institute a new government^ lay- 
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6 Point Oldstyle No. 579 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are insti- 
tuted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to 
abolish it. and to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form, as to theiu shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and. accordingly, all experience hath shown that man- 
kind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable. than to right themselves by abolish- 
ing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, 
pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, 
it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their 
future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the neces- 
sity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present 
King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, 
the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted 
to a candid world: He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the 
public good; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, 
unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained, and. when so suspended, 
he has utterly neglected to attend to them; he has refused to pass other laws for the accommoda- 
tion of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of representation 
in the legislature, a right inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only; he has called 
together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of 
their public records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance %vith his measures; 
he has dissohied representative houses repeatedly^ for opposiiig^ with nuinly firmness, his invasions on the 
rights of the People,' he has refused, for a Ions time after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; 

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7 Point Oldstyle No. 579 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident; That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 
ness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government be- 
comes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happi- 
ness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that 
mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses 
and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them 
under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government 
and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient suffer- 
ance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their 
former systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a 
history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establish- 
ment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to 
a candid ivorld: He has refused his assent to laws the most zvholesome atid necessary 
for the public good; he has forbidden his governors to pass laivs of immediate and 

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8 Point OLiMmri.s No. S79 
Whrn, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connecte<l them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and e<|ual station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's ChmI entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self -eWdent: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowe<l by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
go\-ernments are institute<l among men, deri\-ing their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to 
institute a new government, laying its foundations on such principles, and organ- 
izing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their 
safety ami happiness. Prudence, indee<l, will dictate that governments long es- 
tablishe<l should not be changed for light or transient causes; and, accordingly, 
all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evi\s 
are snfferable, than to right themselves bv abolishing the forms to which they are 
accustome<l. But, when a lung train of abuses and u.surpations, pursuing invari- 
ably the same object, eWnces a de.sign to re<luce them under absolute despotism, 
it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new 
guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colo- 
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9 Point Olmttyui No. GT9 
When, iti the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes 
which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with 
certain inalienable rights: that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit 
of happiness; that, tosecurethe.se rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their iu.st powers from the consent of the governed: that, 
whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to in.stitute a new gov- 
ernment, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its pow- 
ers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to eifect their safety 
and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long es- 
tablished should not be changed for light and transient causes: and, accord- 
ingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, 
while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms 
to which they are accustomed. Hut, when a long train of abuses and usurpa- 
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10 Point Oldstyle No. 579 

When , in the course of human events , it becomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed ; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to 
alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its 
foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
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people to dissolve the political bands which have connected theiu 
with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the ptirsuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed ; that , whenever any form of 
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the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a iieic govern- 
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12 Point Oldbtylb No. 679 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created 
equal ; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain 
inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and the 
pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of 
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When, ill the course of huinaii events, it 
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the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among- 
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equal station to which the laws of nature 
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5 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, ia the course ot human events, itbecomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident ; 
That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem 
most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established 
should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are 
more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufierable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they 
are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a 
design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government 
and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and 
such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former system of government. The history of the 
present King ot Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, the 
establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world: 
He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good; he has forbidden his 
governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his assent 
should be obtained: and, when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them; he has refused to pass 
other laws for the accommodation ot large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of 
representation in the legislature; a right inestimable to them, an<) formidable to tyrants only; he has called together 
legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their pui)lic records, for 
the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures; he has dissolved representative houses 
repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights of the people; he has refused for a long 
time after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the legislative powers, incapable of annihila* 
tion, have returned to the people at large for their exercise, the state remaining, in the meantime, exposed to all 
the danger of invasion from without, and convulsions within; he has endeavored to prevent the population ot 
these States, for that purpose obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners, refusing to pass others to en- 
courage their migration hither, and raising the conditions of new appropriations of lands; he has obstructed the 
administration of justice, by refusing his assent to laws for establishing judiciary powers; he has made judges 
dependent on his will atone, for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries; he has 
erected a multitude of neTv of /ices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people, and eat out their sub- 
stance: he has kepi among us, in time of peace, standing armies, ivithout the consent of our legislatures: he has 

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6 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
institutedamongmen.derivingtheir just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever 
any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it. and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed 
for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are 
more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufl'erable, than to right themselves by abolishing the 
forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing 
invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their 
right, it is their duty, to throw off such government and to provide new guards for their future 
security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity 
which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present 
King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in direct object, 
the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted 
to a candid world : He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the 
public good; he has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, 
unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained; and, when so suspended, 
he has utterly neglected to attend to thetn: he has refused to pass other laws for the accommo- 
dation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of representa- 
tion in the legislature; a right inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only; he has called 
together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of 
their public records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures; he has 
dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for opposing, with manly firmness, his invasions on the rights 

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T Point OLDrrvui No. 681 

When, in the coarse of human events, it becomes necessary (urone people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, amonK the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths 
to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of bap- 
pines.s: that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their ju.st powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destnictive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abol- 
ish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to elTcit their 
kjitcty and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governinonts long established 
should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience 
hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sullferable, than to 
right themselves by abolishing the forms to which the^ are accustomed. But when a 
long train of abuses and usurpati<ms, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a de- 
sign to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw 
off such government and to provide new guards for their future security! Such hiis 
been the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessitv which con- 
strains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present 
King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having, in 
direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, 
let facts be submitted to a candid world: He has refused his a.ssent to laws the most 
uholnomr and necessary for the public good: he has forbidden his gox'crnors lo pass 
/au-s of immediate and pressinji importance^ unless suspended in their operation 

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8 Point Olii8tyi.b No. 681 
Whrn, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dis- 
solve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, lil)erty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the 
consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and 
to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and or- 
ganizing its |M)wers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to efJect their 
safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate fh.it governments long es- 
tablished should not be changed ifor light and transient causes; and, accordingly, 
all experience hath shown that mankind aje more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they 
are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing in- 
variably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despo- 
tism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such gov-emment and to pn>vide 
Hctv guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these 
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9 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary' for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, 
and also to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should de- 
clare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths 
to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government be- 
comes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundations 
on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them 
shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience 
hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are suf- 
ferable, than to right t/ienisi'lz'i's by abolis/ii/ig the forms to ivhich they arc 
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10 Point Oldstyle No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God en- 
title them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that 
to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, when- 
ever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter 9r to abolish it and to institute a new 
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect 
their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, 7C'ill dictate that governments 
long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and. 

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11 Point OLoarYut No. 181 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, amonjj the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a respectful regard for the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which im- 
pel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evi- 
dent: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure 
these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, when- 
ever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, 
it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to insti- 
tulc a nnv goi'criimvnt^ laying its foundation on such principles^ 
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12 Point Oldbtyiji No. 581 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station 
to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal ; that they are 
endowed bytheirCreatorwith certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments 
are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the froverned; that^ luhenever any 

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6 Point Oldstyle No. 583 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all 
men are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pur- 
suit of happiness; that to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of the 
governed; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it 
and to institute a new government, laying its 
foundations on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem 
most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will say that governments 
long established should not be changed for light 
and transient causes; and, accordingly, all ex- 
perience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, 
than to right themselves by abolishing the 
forms to which they are accustomed. But, 

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8 Point Oldstyle No. 583 

When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to 
assume. amongthepowers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident : That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inaliena- 
ble rights: that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; 
that to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men. de- 
riving their just powers from the con- 
sent of the governed; that, whenever 
any form of government becomes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the right 

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9 Point Oldstyle No. 583 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident; That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just 
powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 
to abolish it and to institute a new government, laying its foundations on such 
principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 
governments long established should not be changed for light and transient 
causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abol- 
ishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of 
abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design 
to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to 

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10 Point OLomrui No. (M 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political hands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, amonu the powers of the earth, tlie separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these tniths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights ; 
that anionjj these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: that to 
secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed: that, whenever any 
fonn of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right 
of the people to alter or to abolish it and tt) institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in 
such fonn, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, w ill dictate that governments long estab- 
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11 Point OutarvLB No. S8S 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and eciual station to whicli the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: 
That all men are created e(iual: that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights: that among the.se are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rigiits. 
governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that, wlienever any form of 
government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the 
people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such jirinciples.and organizing its jjowers 
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5 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 523 

When, in the course o£ human events, it becomes nec- 
essary for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, aiiiong 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with certain inalienable rights: that among these 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to se- 
cure these rights, governments are instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of the gov- 
erned; that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to 
alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, in- 
deed, will dictate that governments long established should 
not be changed for light and transient causes: and, accord- 
ingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are more 
disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right 
themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are ac- 
customed. But. when a long train of abuses and usurpa- 
tions, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design 
to reduce them under alwolute despotism, it is their right, 
it is their duty, to throw off such government and to pro- 
vide new guards for their future safety. Such has been the 
patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the 
necessity which constrains them to alter their former sys- 
tems of government. The history of the present King of 
Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usur- 
pations, all having in direct object the establishment of an 
fthsohtte tyranny over these States. To pro^'C this, let 
J'acts be Sitbinitteci to a candid ivorld: He has refused 
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5Mj Point Lining Oldstyle No. 523 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which liave connected them witli another, and 
to assume, anions the powers of the earth, the sepa- 
rate and equal station to whicli the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they should 
declare the causes whicli impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hold the.se truths to be self-evident: Tliat 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that 
among tliese are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- 
piness; that, to secure these rights, governments are 
nistituted among men, deriving their just powers 
from the consent of the governed; that, whenever 
any form of government becomes destructive of 
these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to 
abolish it and to institute a new government, laying 
its foundation on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in sucli form, as to them shall seem most 
likely to effect their safety and happiness. Pru- 
dence, indeed, will dictate that governments long 
established should not be changed for light and tran- 
sient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath 
shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, 
while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves 
by abolishing the forms to whicii they are accus- 
tonied. Hut, when a long train of abuses and usur- 
pations, pursuing in\'ariably the same object, evinces 
a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, 
it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such 
gavernmeut and to firo7'ide neiv g^uards for their 
future security. Such has been the Patient suffer- 

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When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve tlie 
political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident; That 
all men are created equal; that they are en- 
dowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
riKbts: that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these 
riifbts, Kovernments are instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of 
the governed; that, whenever any form of goy- 
ernment becomes destructive of these ends, it 
is the right of the people to alter or to abolish 
it and to institute a new government, laying its 
foundation on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem 
most likely to eftect their safety and happiness. 
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments 
long established should not be changed for light 
and transient causes; and. accordingly, all ex- 
perience hath shown that mankind are more 
disi)osed to suffer, while evils are sufferable. 
than to riffht themsehes dy a/folishijig the forms 
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8 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 623 

When, in the course of liuman events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to 
assume, among the i)owersof the earth, 
tlie separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the 
opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare tlie causes whicli impel 
them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal: tliat they are en- 
dowed by their Creator with certain in- 
alienable rights: that among these are 
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happi- 
ness: tliat, to secure these rights, gov- 
ernments are instituted among men, 
deriving their powers from the consent 
of the governed ; that, whenever any 
fonii of governmettt becomes tiestruc- 
tive of these ends it is the right of the 

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10 Point Linino Oldbtyui No. US 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one 
people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, amontj the powers of the earth, the separate 
an«l equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's Gtnl 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind retiuires 
that they should declare the causes w hich impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are created 
iqual; that they arc cmioiccd by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rij^hts ; that among these are life, liberty, ami the pursuit of ha/>/>iness ; 

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necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands 
which have connected them with another, and to as- 
sume, amon^ the powers of the earth, the sejjarate and 
equal siafioii fo ic/iic/t the laii'S of iiafinr and of italiirc's 
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6 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessao' for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, amons the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal sta- 
tion to which the laws of nature and of na- 
ture's God entitle them, a decent respect to 
the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- 
piness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from theconsent of the gov- 
erned; that whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abohsh 
it, and to institute a new government, laying 
its foundation on such principles, and organ- 
izing its powers in such form, as to them shall 
seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 
governments long established should not be 
changed for Hght and transient causes; and, 
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7 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 

When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have 
connected them with another, and to as- 
sume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle 
them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the sepa- 
ration. We hold these truths to be .self- 
evident; That all men are created equal; 
that they are endowed by their Creator 
withcertain inalienable rights; that among 
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
governments are instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the con- 
sent of the governed; that whenever any 
form of government becomes destructive 
of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it, and to institute 
a new government, laying its foundation 
on such principles, and organizing its 
powers in such form, as to Ihcm shall seem 
most likely to effect their safely and hap- 

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8 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 
When, in the course of human events, 
it becomes nece.ssary for one people 
to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of 
the earth, the separate and equal sta- 
tion to which the laws of nature and 
of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind 
requires that they should declare the 
causes which impel them to the .sepa- 
ration. We hold these truths to be 
self-evident: That all men are cre- 
ated equal; that they are endowed by 
their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, lib- 
erty, and the pursuit of ha])piness; 
that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, de- 
riving their just powers from the con- 
sent of the governed; that whenever 
any form of government becomes de- 
structive of these ends, it is the right 

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9 Point Lining Oldstyle No. 550 

When, in the course of human 
events, it becomes necessarv- for 
one people to dissolve the politi- 
cal bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, 
among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which 
the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinionsof mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes 
which impel them to the separa- 
tion. We hold these truths to be 
self-evident: That all men are cre- 
ated equal; that the\- are endow-ed 
by their Creator with certain in- 
alienable rights ; that among the.se 
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, 
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10 Point Lininq Olimtylb No. 580 

When, in the course of human e\'ents, it becomes necessary for one 
peoiilc to dissolve the political Ixinds which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, amons: the ix>wers of the earth, the sei)arate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they should declare the causes which impel them to the sejjaration. 
We hold these truths to be self-evident : That all men are createtl 
equal: that they are endmced by their Creator rcith certain inalienable rights; 
that among these are li/e, liberty, and the pursuit o/ happiness; that to 

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11 Point Lininq Oldstylc No. 6E0 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes neces.sary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to a.ssume, among the ptiwers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel 
them to the separation. ]\'c hold these truths to he self-evident; That 
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12 Point Lining Oliwtyu: No. SSO 

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necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands 
which have connected them with another, and to as- 
sume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's 
God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of 
mankind requires that they should declare the causes zvhich impel 
them to the separation. We hold these I ruths to be selj-et'idenl: 

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6 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them witli ;inother, and to assume. amoiiK the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare tlie causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these trutlis to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that amon^ these are life, liberty, and 
the i)ursuitof happiness; that, to secure these ri^rhts, Kovernments are instituted amons men. deriv- 
ing their just powers from the consent of the ^"verned; that whenever any form of yoverument be- 
comes destructive of these ends, it is the ri^rhtof the people to alter or to abolish it. and to institute 
a new ifovemment. laying: its fomidatiou on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, 
as to tiiem shall seem most likel\' to effect tlieir safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dic- 
tate that Koverumeuts long established should not be ch;tnged for li^ht and transient causes; and. 
accordiuifly. all experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are 
snfferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But 
li'hen a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing ini-ariably the same object, ei.'inces a design to 
reduce them under absoiute despotism, it is their I'ight, it is their duty, to throw off such government 

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7 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes iiecessarj* for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the 
powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they 
should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to 
be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- 
piness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their 
just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government 
becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, 
and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organ- 
izing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, ivill dictate that li^overnnients long^ esfahlished should not 
he chauf^ed for light and transient causes; afid, accordinQ-lv, all e.vperience hath shown 

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8 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 651 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to 
dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to as- 
sume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions 
of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the 
separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable riglits; that 
among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these 
rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their jvist powers from the 
consent of the governed ; that whenever an\- form of government becomes destructive 
of these ends, it is tlie rii;ht of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a 
tieu' government , laying its foundation on sueh principles, and organizing its pow- 

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9 Point Lining Ronal-dson Old«tyiji No. SSI 
When, in the course of human events, it lx.-conies nccessan' for one people 
to dissolve the jwlitical bands which have connected them with another, and 
to assume, amons: the powers of the earth, the separate and e<]ual station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's (lod entitle them, a decent rcs]x*ct 
to the opinions of mankind retjuires that the\- should declare the causes which 
im]N;l them to the sei>aration. We hold the.se truths to lie .self-evident: That 
all men are createtl e(|ual; that the\' are endowetl by their Creator with cer- 
tjiin inhlienable rights; that atnon>r these are life, lil>erty, and the pursuit 
of happiness; that, to .secure these rijfhts, novemments are instituted anion« 
men, derivinjr their just jKJwers from the con.sent of the Koverned; that when- 
ever any form of jjovernment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the riRht 
of the people to alter or to abolish it. and to institute a new Kovernment, lay- 
iLs foundation on such principles, and orijanizinff its powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Pru- 
dence, indeetl, will dictate that jfovernmenLs lonjr establi.shetl should not l)e 
chanjfetl for liRht and transient cau.ses; and, accfjrdingly, all experience hath 
shown that mankind are more disixxsed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, 
than to rijfht themselves by abolishinK the fonns to which the>' are Jiccus- 
tonu-d. lint, ichc-n a long train of ahuscs and nsurpations. punning inx'ariahly 
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10 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstylb No. t6I 
When, in the course of human events, it becomes nece.ssary for one 
people to dis.solve the political Ixinds which have connected them with 
another, and to a.ssume, among the powers of the earth, the .separate 
and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God en- 
title them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
they .should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be .self-cx-ident: That all men are created ecjual; 
that they are endowetl by their Creator with certain inalienable riRhts; 
that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: that, 
to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any 
fonn of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right 
of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its jwwcrs in 
such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and 
happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long es- 
tablished should not be changed /or light and transient causes; and, accord- 
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11 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of luiinan events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident: That 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator 
with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, govern- 
ments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of govern- 
ment becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people 
to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying 
its foimdatioii on such principles^ organizing its powers in snch fonii, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 

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12 Point Lining Ronaldson Oldstyle No. 551 

When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary 
for one people to dissolve the political bands which have con- 
nected them with another, and to assume, among the powders 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws 
of nature and of nattire's God entitle them, a decent respect 
to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the ptirsuit of 
happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are insti- 
tuted among men, deriving their jtist powers from the consent 
of the governed; that wlienever any fortn of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or 

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U Point Unino Ronaudson OiJ)am.B No. Ul 

When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with 
another, and to assume, among the powers of the 
earth, the separate and equal station to which the 
laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold these 
truths to be self-evident: That all men are created 
equal; that thej' are endowed b}' their Creator with 
certain inalienable rights; that among these are 
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When, in the course of human events, it be- 
comes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among" 
the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
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6 Point Lining French Oldstyle No. 552 

When, in the course of liuman events, it becomes 
necessary for one people to dissolve the political 
bands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the 
separate and equal station to which the laws of 
nature and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions ot mankind requires that 
they should declare tlie causes which impel them 
to the separation. We hold these truths to be self- 
evident: That all men are created equal ; that they 
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalien- 
able rights: that among these are life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness ; that to secure these rights 
governments are instituted among men, deriving 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government becomes 
destructive of these ends, it is the right of the 
people to alter or to abolish it and ttt institute a new 
government, laying its foundations on such princi- 
ples, and organizing its powers in such form, as to 
them shall seem most likely to effect their safety 
and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that 
governments long established sliould not be 
changed for light and transient causes; and, ac- 
cordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind 
are more disposed to suffer, while evils are suffer- 
able.than to right themselves by abolishing the 
forms to which tliey are accustomed. But, when a 
long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing 
invariably the same object, evinces a design to 
rcJuce them umlcr absolute liesjyotism, it is their right, 
it is their duty, to throw off such government and to pro- 

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8 Point Lining French Oldstyle No. 552 
When, in the course of human events, it 
becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and 
equal station to which the laws of nature 
and of nature's God entitle them, a decent 
respect to the opinions of mankind requires 
that they should declare the causes which 
impel them to the separation. We hold 
thesetruths to be self-evident: That all men 
are created equal; that they are endowed 
by their Creator with certain inalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure 
these rights, governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just powers from 
the consent of the governed ; that, whenever 
any form of government becomes destruc- 
tive of these ends, it is the right of the 
people to alter or to abolish it and to insti- 
tute a new government, laying its found<i- 
tioiis 01! such principles, and organising its 
powers in such form, as to them shall seem 

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9 Point Lining French Oldstyle No. 552 
When, in the course of hum;in events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
tlie political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of tlie earth, the separate and equal station to wliich the laws of nature 
and of n;iture's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind re- 
quires tliat they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We 
hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are 
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure the.se rights, governments are 
instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; 
that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of tliese ends, it is 
the right of the people to alter or to abolish it and to institute a new government, 
laying its foundations on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, 
as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and h.appiness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for 
light and transient causes; and, ;iccordingly, all experience hath shown tliat man- 
kind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right them- 
selves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long 
train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a 
design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw 
off such government and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the 

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10 Point Linino Fkkncr OLnrrrui No. DCS 
When, in the course of human events, it Ivcomes necessary for one people 
to dissolve the political hands which have connected them with another, 
and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal 
station to which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, a 
decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be 
self-evident : That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed by 
tlifir Creator 'xitli trrLiin ituliciuibit' rig/its : that among tiwsc are lifi\libvrfy, 
ami tlw pursuit of liappiiun; that, to strun- t/nsf rights, gmfruiiwuts are 

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12 Point Lining French Oliwtylk No. SB2 

WHbN, in the course of human events, it becomes neces- 
sar\- for one people to dissolve the political bands which 
have connected them with another, and to assume, among 
the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to 
which the laws of nature and of nature's God entitle them, 
a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that 
thcv s/ioitlii dccLm' thi' Ciiuscs 'j:likh iinpti ihcni to the scp- 
iiratioii. Wc hold t/it'St- truths to be stif-cvideiit : That iill men 



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18 Point Linino Pkbnch Oldstyle No. SGZ 

When, in the course of human events, it 
becomes necessary for one people to dissolve 
the political bands which have connected them 
with another, and to assume, among the pow- 
ers of the earth, the separate and equal station 

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American Line Leaders 



IN another section of this Catalogue 
(see index) will be found a showing 
of a complete assortment of American 
Line Leaders, made in five styles: 
one dot to the em, two dots to the em, 
three dots to the em, fine hyphen face 
and the regular hyphen face. The sizes 
range from five to eighteen points. These 
are the only corredtly proportioned and 
accurately cut leaders on the market, 
this perfecftion being attained through 
the use of tools invented and used ex- 
clusively for the purpose by the American 
Type Founders Company. These leaders 
are cast from copper alloy type metal, 
excelling in lightness and durability. 
American Line Leaders are put up in job 
fonts of three and five pounds each and 
are sold at regular body type prices, — 
the same prices, in fact, as are charged 
when buying them in bulk. These 
small fonts have proved a 
great convenience to 
our cu^omers 




Cheltenham Medium Linear Border No. 2 



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ATALOGUE 
BOOKLET 
^ DISPLAY 
TYPE 

For Commercial and Fine 
An Printing and for Printed 
Salesmanship this section 
contains a collection (never 
before equalled in numbers) 
of the most Attractive, Pop' 
ular and Successful Type 
Faces ever made— the types 
that have made Printing 
more PROFITABLE and 
widened the range of the 
Printing Business. To these 
assured money-makers are 
now added many NEW 
Faces equal if not superior 
in value to the printers in 
Business 'Attracting Power 



AMERICAN 
TYPE FOUNDERS 
COMPANY 



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Announcement 




The following pages contain a 
complete and concise showing 
of a number of desirable type 
faces, among them being the 
great Cheltenham Family, the 
popular Century Family (a type 
without hair lines), the classic 
Clearf ace Family, the distinctive 
Litho Family, the Copperplate 
Family, the finest selection of 
useful Gothic Faces ever shown 
in one book, together with an 
excellent array of catalogue, 
newspaper, book and job faces 



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Strange Machine 

60 Point 3 A $5 40 4 a $3 10 $8 60 

BRIGHT HOME 

Compact Kingdoms 

48 Point 4A$405 8a$345 $7 60 

DEMURE HUNTER 

Extraordinary Adventure 

42Point 5A$365 8a$260 $6 26 

STRONG REMNDERS 

Quaint Construdion Noticed) 
Romantic Maiden Dreaming 



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NEIGHBORS MENTIONED 

Confiscating Hi^orical Documents 
Sarcastic Remarks Create Disorder 



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CUSTOMERS RECONSIDERING 

Metropolitan Organizations Discontinued 
Delivenng Numerous Campaign Orations 



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Extemporaneous Speakers 
Consistently Remunerated 



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Gorgeous Receptions Introduced 
Handsome Compartment Sought 



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Remarkable Midnight Seance Discovered 
Some Meritorious Achievements Ignored 
Burdensome Schemes Considered Lightly 



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Modernized Steamboats Displaying Great Speed 
Gigantic Liners Race Across the Turbulent Foam 
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INTRODUCTION OF PRINTING 
Many Historians Contend That the Art of 
Printing Was Introduced and First Used in 
England by Caxton, Who, by His Great 
Intelligence, Quickly Mastered This Idea 
and Method of the Process While Abroad 



10 Point 



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WHITE SPACE IN ADVERTISING 
A Judicious Use of White Space is Pleasing 
Publisher Strives to PIcjwe Critical Advertiser 
Answer Questions of P2U'amount Importance 
Greater Historical Plays May Be Produced 

8 Point 24 A SMS 48a $110 tZlS 

EFFECTIVE AND PROFITABU; RESULTS 

If the Adveftuen Can Ever Coinelo Realize the Gieat 
Advantaga o( the Um of While Space. Both They and 
Publishen Will Reap Harvoit: the Advettiwr, Became 
Hu Ad« WUI Biing Rewlu. and the Publisher. Became 
the Advotiier is Sure to Increate the Amount of Space 



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MOST RELIABLE INFORMATION CONCERNING 
BEAUTIFUL SOUTH SHORE HEALTH RESORTS 

HE South Shore of Long Island, on the sea, will 
strongly appeal to anyone who enjoys the ocean 
with its fine surf bathing, sailing and deep-water 
fishing. The Great South Bay, the Mecca for 
lovers of aquatic sports, skirts the southern end 
of Long Island for a distance of nearly eighty 
miles and is an ideal and safe inland sea for sailing, fishing and 
still-water bathing. It is hardly necessary to point out the suitable 
places it contains — the Rockaways, Long Beach and Manhattan 
Beach — the latter place with its world-renowned Southern Beach 
and Continental Hotels. The recent improvements at Rockaway 
Beach make it very desirable for summer residence. The hotel and 
bathing houses there are attractive features. Belle Harbor, next to 
Rockaway Beach, is a lovely seaside residential district and many 
attractive homes are located there. The Belle Harbor Yacht Club 
is situated on Jamaica Bay, and is one of the features of that lovely 
place. Following the coast line to the east is Arverne, a modern 
summer city by the sea, Edgemere, Far Rockaway and other 
resorts, all delightful places at which to spend the summer or for 
all-year residence. In addition to the hotels, there are a number of 
attractive boarding cottages for the convenience of summer visitors 
who may arrive. These are favorite places with business men, who 
find their nearness to the city advantageous and their cool nights 
in the summer particularly inviting. These resorts can be reached 
in a very short time from New York by way of the Twentieth 

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Cheltenham Oldslyle in Practical Display 




CO TO THIS NEW HAMPSHIRE 
LAKE RESORT FOR AN OUTING 

l^^^lt IE*. UfgeA and fiimt shc«< of water 
If ^1 m New Hampahiie, and one of the 
^2^J (ountry'i mott popular lummer re- 
^^^H aoiti, a Lake Winnipetaukee. It is 
eaijr to undcrAand why is continues to hold 
•uch a high place in the af edioiu of w many 
vacabooiAi, lot there are few lake* in all the 
world lo niperbly and splendidly endowed 
with the attradioRs of scenery, climate, and 
social life and enjoyment that go to make up 
the ideal leAing place. One who would not 
be satisfied with Winnipesaukee would be 
indeed biical. Laige in area, picturesque in 
coolormalion and with waters of ctyAalline 
purity, its serrated shores are indented 
the moA romantic coves and hatboa 
is partly inclosed by tiers of green hill 



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is Everything 

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JE way, the ancient and at one time 
the only way, of putting a piece of 
I copy into type is as follows : The 
I compositor glances over the manu- 
script with the wise eye of long pradlice, does 
a little rapid figuring with a stubby lead (>encil 
to ascertain what tyi>e it will go in, gives his 
suspenders a hitch, then lakes a fresh chew of 
tobacco and fires away. The result, when well 
printed, is legible, fairly neat in appearance, and 
difficult for a layman to criticise, even though he 
may have an uneasy feeling that it is not what 
it should be. That is typography, but it is by no 
me2ms art. Artistic expression by the means of 
typics is sometimes difficult, but always worth 
while. It means this: Every proposition, if it be 
manufa<5turing, mercantile, professional or what 
not. b surrounded by an individual atmosphere 
which poMCiici certain chara(5leriitacs peculiar 
lo itself. It presents points of individuality which 
are of importance, which are indeed essential to 
a complete and precise comprehension of its 
true charader. These charaderifiics must be 
set forth by one skilled in the art of phrase- 
ology in order that the public may understand 
them. Then the mechanical details are left to 



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Cheltenham Italic 

72 Point 3 A $6 15 4 a $3 30 $9 45 

HUNDREDS 

Greatest Designs 



3 A $5 45 5 a t3 30 $8 76 



MINER HIRED 

Superior Investment 

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48 Point 4A!3 75 9a 53 75 $7 50 

DESIGN PRINTING 

Secures Beautiful House 

42 Point 5 A $3 66 8a $2 70 $6 26 

HUNTS KINGFISHER^ 

Pleasant Natural Resourced 
National Aeroplane Contest 

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SPECIAL EXPERIMENTS 

Magnificent Novelties Introduced 



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Encountered Condemned Manufacturer 
Interspersed A natomical Demonstrations 



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Entertainments Advertised Remarl^able Benefit 
Largest Revolutionary Memorial Contributions 



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Discouraged Shareholders Purchased Mechanical Invention 
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Ministers Denied Untruthful Assertions 
Engraving Business Conditions Normal 



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Newspaper Editor Indorsing Sanitary Dwellings 
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DISMOUNTING HORSEMEN PICTURED 

Soldiers Entertained Distinguished French Merchant 
Remarl(ahle Feats Splendidly Performed Regularly 

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RETURNING INDIAN HUNTERS 
Enthusiastic Nimrods Journeying Eastward 
Ladies Studied Interesting Historical Novel 
Handsome Tragedian Permanently Secured 



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STAR RECEIVtNG SCIENTIFIC MENTION 

Prominent Butintu Men Joined IIk Cluh LatI Nighl 
The Clearest Mountain Streami Rattling in Torrents 
Opinioni of the Adminittratort Remained UrKhanfeJ 



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Cheltenham Italic in Practical Display 




^^^^^^HERE was a time when flat 
V# M stones with a good grit to them 
■ tt were the best thing we had for 
^^**' doing our grinding. By and by 
some genius cut the stone round, put 
a cranio through the center of it, and it 
was then that science recorded the birth 
of the grindstone and people wondered 
why nobody had thought of it at some 
former date. Time passed, grindstones 
began to accumulate moss of antiquity, 
until emery and other substances began 
to laf^e their place in the abrasive and 
grinding fields. Still science was not 
content. The diamond seemed to be the 
only thing that Would fill the bill, and 
the use of diamonds would throw this 
World into a bankruptcy court within a 
month if we tried to maf^e grindstones 
of them; and science mourned. In the 
meantime a very practical man began 
turning over in his brain the thought of 
making diamonds by applying intense 
electric heat to carbon and silicon. He 
did more than turn it over in his young 
mind, he accomplished it and gave the 
world a much- sought, hard, rough stone 
that is known everywhere as Carbonine 



NOTICE CHANGE OF 
ADVERTISING RA TE 

Just a year ago we announced an increase 
in our advertising rate. We then stated 
that if the magazine continued to grow in 
faoor and in circulation we should raise 
the rate with such progress. The Rural 
Journal is bigger, better and greater than 
it was a near ago; it costs more to produce 
and it g ices increased value to advertisers 
who use it. The new rate will be $1 00 a 
page, beginning with the May issue. The 
average monthly circulation of / 45 ,000 
copies will he guaranteed for a magazine 
advertising year beginning on the first of 
May. Our advertisers will be privileged 
to reserve space at the present rale of $98 
a page until the April issue, provided that 
space 50 reserved will be continued at least 
another year. A discount will be allowed 
on all orders of three or more pages; this 
is the only discount. The fact that for ten 
issues of the Rural Journal each orK had 
over one hundred pages of advertising is 
the best proof of its value as a medium of 
publicity among many careful advertisers 
who want the best. When you place your 
advertising in this paper it wilt repay you 




Bulfinch Border 



Versatile Ornament 




^he Rosemont Real Estate and Investment Company 

" Own a Home on the Highlands," where you can have Countrfj Comforts with City Conveniences 

^r ^rOME selecting is becoming more and more difficult. So many conflicting claims 
J J are being put forth on behalf of the various new residential sections in and near the 

M M city of Cleveland that it is quite a serious problem to choose a site that is satisfactory 

JF ^^ in every respect. All sorts of arguments are advanced, and all sorts of theories are 
increasing every day and are being propounded by those who have lots to sell. These are being 
used simply to assist sales. They do not help the man who Wants to k.noW beyond doubt that his 
home will be permanently satisfactory and increasingly Valuable with every passing year. The 
safest course in such a dilemma is to locate in a section where all the advantages are guaranteed 



Fulfinch Border 



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Cheltenham Old^yle and Cheltenham Italic in Praclical Display 




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YOU WILL take the trouble to 
inspect our showing of Suits and 
Overcoats for the fall and winter 
seasons, we are positive that you 
will be satisfied. The styles we 
will exhibit for the fall and winter 
demand will demon^rate beyond 
a doubt that this is an aggressive 
house, and sets the pace for this 
trade in general. There is a class 
and a standard of quality to these 
garments which charaderize the 
store selling them as a first-class 
house. They win a prestige, the 
value of which cannot be at all 
overeilimated. Our prices range 
lower than other dealers quote 



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His Evening 
Cigars 

Hoic about i/our falher'i, krolher't 
or hushanJ'i cigars ? To the mott 
critical irtan no gift It more welcome 
ihart good tobacco, cigaretlei, pipes 
and cigars. We have for sale juri 
what the smoker wants ■ tobacco 
of established repulalion. Any of 
these goods may he had all the year 
round from us. Our big slocks, to 
meet the holiday demand, include 
eoery brand that is familiar to the 
most discrimiruitlng smol(er. The 
man you are going to buy for is sure 
to be pleased with a gift chosen In 
our store. Mention a price and we 
will glee you the best for the money 

Ghesl Company 

tNjortlt End 



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PRINTING PROBLEMS 

RS^HE FIRST problem of the composing room a ihe arrangement, and this involve* a more 
t^j detailed attention than it is usually given. The idea of the arrangement must be to bring the 
feeegj number of steps to be taken by the workmen down to a minimum. This arrangement should 
■Ha begin with the laying out of the type (aces in the cases. Series frequently used in combinaUon 
sh.iuld be placed in proximity. Your text letters and the light-faced gothics used with them in the 
irrcial work should be together. Members of the Cheltenham Family should be near one 
i:. ;:icr, so that workmen setting a display announcement 

or a newspaper advertisement may maste no steps. Your A IV /I V 1"^ I /'^ A N. T 

c onipoang room should be laid out with a definite idea as Z\ I y I j-" t\ I (^ /\ I \ 
to the claMes of work to be handled. Each man on blank ^^ 

or book-heading work should have a frame to himself, with jV/l A I " Ef D I A I 
hiiCMeof eight point for box-head work and display faces lVl/~\l J_-i1\1/i.Lj 
wilfain ea«y reach. G^rtain alleys should be reserved for Always up to the Very Highest Standards 
■BaD comnercial work and the stands should contain the ^J Accuracy and Finish in every way for 
hcet regularly used on Iclterhrads, programmes, and other best remits in the modem printing tfim 
%vark aaiy dattified. Bold display work may be separate American Type, lining system, is flawltn 



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Cheltenham Oldstyle Condensed 

72 Point 3A$S20 4 a $3 85 $9 05 

INTERMINGLES 

Cheltenham Dame 

60 Point ' 3 A $4 50 Sa $3 35 $7 86 

HUNTED ERMINES 

Chimes Entertainment 



4A $335 7a $3 10 $8 « 



FIRST PIGEON REPORT 

iMindive Maternal Lullaby 
DISTINGUISHED KINGDO^| 

Maiden Demanding Information 
Handsome Chri^mas Reminder! 



4 A $2 65 8 a $2 60 



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Cheltenham Oldslyle Condensed 

MENTIONING SUBLIME THINGS 

International Que^ion Recapitulated 
Charaderi^ic Esquimau Decorations 



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EXPERIMENTING TINSMITH DESCRIED 

Giving Monger Kindergarten Entertainments 
Prominent Bo^onian Manufadurer Seleded 



gA 1166 17a $186 tSM 



IMPERTINENT REMARK ENJOINED WITH ZEST 

Demon^ative Esperanto Unguis Acquires Proficiency 
Beautiful Series for Booklet and General Job Printing 



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DESIGNED MODERN SHOWING 

Some Rather Select Border Designs 
Originality Given Usual Prominence 



10 Point 24 A $120 48atl30 tttO 

REPORT COLD WINTER ON LAKE HURON 
Using Beautiful Cheltenham Oldilyle Condensed 
Savage Races Grotesquely Decorate Their Bodies 
Humanity Always Did Love Ornament and Color 
Curious and Interesting Human Traits Displayed 



M Point 



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GREAT MERCHANT PRINCE EMBARKS 
Important Turkish Mogul Drinks Perfumeries 
Pretty Discarded Favorites Quietly Beheaded 



8 Point 27 A SI 06 Ma $120 $2 25 

THE PART THE EYE PUYS IN FAST TYPE SETONC 
Spnd of Ann i* i Factor of OdI; Sccoadaiy Caosidcfaboa 
AUrt Ejre Siwold Cantmaally Seoul Akcad of liie Fingen 
UacfiiBfljr Notiof At Exact Lay of tiw Ivcltrr in itf Catn 
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Printing is Seventh Giant Industry in the United States 
Better Day Dawning $1234367890 Printing Master 

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Cheltenham Oldstyle Condensed Book Page 





THE EXODUS OF PRINTING 

^ILLIAM BLADES, in his po^humous 
hi^orical volume, The Pentateuch of 
Printing, discusses the origin of the art 
under the head of "Genesis," and its 
diffusion under that of "Exodus." As both these 
divisions of typographic hi^ory appertain to the 
fifteenth century, certain individuals being involved 
in both, they are not always clearly di^inguishable 
even in the minds of the well-informed readers. As 
matter for hi^ory, the invention of printing always 
has received vastly more attention than the diffusion 
of the art. Yet the first subjed is still involved in a 
cloud of controversy, its problems being, to a great 
extent, mechanical, and the very materials which 
the judgments are to be based upon are scanty or 
altogether wanting. The second subjed is rich in 
popular as well as technical intere^, having even a 
touch of romance, and its materials are abundant. 
Yet, so far as the general public is concerned, this 



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Cheltenham Old^le Condensed and Cheltenham Medium Italic in Catalogue Page 




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T/ic Chandler & Price Lead and Rule Cutter 





N this cutter are many valuable Features. It is a radical departure 
from every other style. The bed is nearly vertical, but inclines 
slightly from the operator. The lead or rule rests on a raised guide 
along the lower edge and automatically assumes a true position 
by gravity, assuring a square cut. The guide is accurately gradu- 
ated to 1 2-point ems and numbered to 5-em lengths. The gauge 
is reversed for cutting leads required longer than the bed, and 

is fitted with a latch to engage the slots of the guide. The position of the 

guide is such that the graduated scale is always in full view and is 

immediately seen without stooping over and without ^rain 

on the eyes. A thumb-screw holds the gauge for odd 

lengths. Gauges 1 4 inches from zero to 85 ems. 

in the Chandler & Price Lead and Rule Cutter 

the cutting mechanism is designed for 

accuracy and special rigidity. The two 

cutting blades are practically built to 

each other by being fastened at both 

ends, which keeps them working tightly to- 
gether. Powerful leverage and the rigidity of 

adjuflment are chaiaderiAic in this cutter. 

The gauges on this cutler, when properly adjuiled, cannot possibly slip; they are 

accurate and are sure to remain so. Short measures are quickly cut on the front gauge 

The Chandler & Price Mitering Machine 

This is a strong, well-built machine for mitering brass and metal rule to any desired 
angle. By adjuring the screw at the end of the hub the knife can be inflantly set to 

cut any desired strength, making it con- 
venient to Start a miter with a ^rong shave, 
thus cutting more rapidly, and then ton- 
ing the shave down to accuracy in the 
finishing. A good mitering machine 
is one of the bandied implements 
around a composing room a tool 
that is useful in so many ways that 
it will pay for itself in economized 
time. The Chandler & Price Machine is 
diffewnt from all others in design. It com- 
bines flrength with simplicity. The knife is 
made of the very best fieel and is easily sharpened, thereby insuring a good miter 



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YOU SURELY CAN NOT 
^ AFFORD TO FORGET the 

FARMING 
JOURNAL 



Single Copies 
Seven Cents 
Three Dollars a 
Year; One-Fifty 
for Six Months 



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'T being the best medium 
for the advertiser in and 
about the farming region 
of Butler and surround- 
ing counties, and is read by 
more families of the better 
class than any other paper in 
the State. Its columns con- 
tain a fund of information of 
especial importance to agri- 
culturalists in particular, as 
well as the important local, 
national and foreign news. 
No que^ionable articles are 
printed in Farming Journal 

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THIS STITCHER IS SO MUCH DIFFERENT AND BETTER THAN ANY 
OF ITS RIVALS THA T COMPARISON WOULD BEAN INJUSTICE TO IT 

OSTON WIRE STITCHER 

The Single Adjustment Feature of the Boston Wire Stitcher is a valuable time 
and money saver. By turning the hand wheel at the back of the machine to gauge 
the thickness of the work, all the parts, including the feed, the cutter, clinchers 
and table, are automatically adjusted, and the first stitch driven is perfect. This one 
feature does away with the many expensive accidents typical of all competitive 
machines and places the Boston Stitcher at the top notch as a time and money 
saver. It should be remembered that from three to six different operations are 
necessary in other stitchers having any adjustment for length of stitch, and those 
without adjustment are capable of stitching but a few sheets at each operation. 
The simplicity of adjustment is a desirable feature of this useful machine 

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A Beautiful Residence 

IN A MASTER DEVELOPMENT. All tk«c 
i^^thdalc fntures tkal make lor comfort i 
IhnbleBew, mi whkh arc luiully aiMida 
oal; with kigh-ca«t kouxs, arc to be found, al 
(Dodcrale prices, in tfve beautiful residences just 
ciMnpleled, and welcoming your inspection al 

Mount Elmwoods 

on Central Bayshore Electric Line 

Bdtoapkxs 1 50x300, equal to Mcitylols 
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96 BrotlioloTe Avenue, Philaddphia 




EASTER 

, ONE WEEK FROM NEXT SUNDAY i 

I #! Easter garb for clergy, clerical 
clothing, Latin and Anglican 
cassocks, albs and surplices, and 
pulpit gowns; in fad, everything 
that the clergy wears. Ea^er garb 
for choriSers can be found here 
in a fine line of cassocks in black 
and colors, also cottas; in fact, we 
now have complete choir outfits in 
the very best of fabrics. Even the 
altar boys have not been forgotten 
as our excellent line of cassocks 
and surplices will show. Our new 
display of Easter neckwear merits 
your inspedion the season's best 

HANCOCK & GORSDON 

? THE BROADWAY DEPARTMENT STORE 





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put him on the payroll. Never mind 
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■^2 Point 3 A $6 50 4 a $4 50 $1100 

RED SHRINE 

Brightest Mom 

60 Point 3 A $5 40 4 a $3 60 $9W 

PUNISHMENTS 

Question Studied 

48 Point 4 A $4 05 8 a $3 «; $7 95 

MODERN BAKERS 

Increase Expenditures 

42 Point 4 A $3 15 8 a $3 10 $6 25 

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Madros Printing Concern 
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DOMESTIC ORNAMENTS 

Sanitary Regulation Enforced 
Manufacturing Improvements 



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Results Surprised Optimistic Dealers 
Harmonious Environs Indispensable 



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KNIGHTS EMBARK 

Bold Heroic Stratagem 
Disperse Cruel Enemy 



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HANDSOME EDITION PRINTED 
Light Blue and Gold Cover Ornament 
Designed Neat Eleven Point for Body 
Soft Shade of Color Restful to the Eye 
Constructing Bridges Along Railroad 
Better Hardened Armor Plates Used 



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Big Fonts of Our CKeltenhams 
Intelligent Catalogue Layouts 



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THE ADVERTISING LITERATURE 
Famous Cheltenham Family Beautiful 
Craft Realizing the Artistic Possibilities 
Startling Beauty Ingeniously Ejchibited 
New American Typography Creations 



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SOLID GRECIAN PRODUCTION 
Organizer Elndorses New Candidate 
International Corporation Established 
Delegates Nominate California Man 



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BEST FACILPTIES FOR MANUFACTURING 
Superior Products Not an Accident but Usually 
The Result of Continued and Painstaking Eiiort 
Machinery and Workmen Also Important Factor 
Labor-Saving Devices Help Increase the Output 
Wheels of Progress Kept Turning Every Hour 



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LATEST REVOLUTIONARY NOTICES 
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Secret Conference Concerning the Exchequer 
Superintending $1234567890 Constructions 

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Satpfisinsly and Uniuu*Jh> l.»nt' Ordm Jual Racsivd 
PrtMpctaua ProprMtof Mrt RrpfrM^t*Cive on iha S qilS H 
Complete Smva of Many New F*c«s in Vvfy Larvs Foals 
Bofden. Ornament*. Ijkbor- Savins Brass R aiss, L ssi l sil 
l.atcr Si(n PoMed, No Mora Picluna Softs fnoi Uvs Joks 
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Berkshire Mountain Hotel 




SITUATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL BERKSHIRE HILLS IN THE COUNTY OF 
CUMBERLAND AND SURROUNDED BY WONDERFUL BIRCH FORESTS 

Sixty Miles North of Greenfield Manor 



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How Shall I Spend My Vacation? 

is a question that looms large upon the horizon of the man or woman 
worn with the social or business activities of the past winter. The boon 
of the modern vacation is used by some and abused by others. What 
do you want to do with your vacation? It should be a period of rest 
and leisure. Its value lies in making it so. It has been given you for 
the purpose of revitalizing yourself. The place to do this is not upon 
board walks or amid the rabble sounds of strange cities. It is impossible 
in a hostelry w^here social ostentation tempers the air, however pure 
and sweet the air may be. The place to go for new^ life and new energy 
is where nature rules supreme, and that is to the Berkshire Mountains 



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This page of display is set in Cheltenham Wide, which is a member of the large 
and popular Cheltenham Family. For fine booklet work it would be difficult to 
secure a more excellent design. It is extremely legible, very attractive, and retains 
the many strong features which have created the great popularity of the family 



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TILES 

j^nd Their Uses 

SEND FOR OUR BOOKLET 



There are • number of place* in that new ntlJenct you 
are planning to erect where tile* can be uied to better 
advantage than any other material. There are at leaA 
(our placet where tiles are eaaential: the fireplace, the 
porch floor, the bathroom floor and wall*; they may al«o 
be uied to advantage in kitchen and laundry. In order 
that we may better explain to you our line of tile* (or 
every purpoae, we have prepared a booklet covering 
these point* in a most intereAing manner. It treats o( 
the ornamental (uid decorative (eatures o( tiles, inlaid 
floors and mantels. We icill pmenl thit fnt to any home 
builder. You will do well to read it be(ore per(e<!ling 
your building plaiu. The booklet itacK is a work o( art 

WINCHESTER MANTEL COMPANY 



Focloryt Moxham, Indiana 



Sronch Office, 8 1 6 Lafayette Street, Uniontown 



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Insped: Our 
Gold Fish 



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Catlltt, anJJtquatic Plant 





JAVE you ever watched a globe full of little gold fish 
disporting themselves in the welcome sunshine of a 
spring day? How their golden bodies glitflen; how 
they dart here and there looking like a ray of the 
warm light of which they seem a part. These pretty 
little creatures are a species of Carp and are brought 
here from China where their color is produced by 
artificial selection, being in their natural Aate of a greenish tint. Are 
you intereAed in these little fish so much loved and admired for their 
beauty and grace, a means of decoration to any home or office, of no 
little instruction to the young? Insptcl our large supply of the pretty little 
gold fish, also the artitflic and attractive homes for them m the way of 
miniature aquariums, globes and caAles. Our store is open eoery eoening 

KINGSLEY COLD FISH STORE NEAR THE PARK 



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72 Point 3 A $6 70 4a$435 $1106 

UNDERMINE 

Honest Sailors 



3 A $5 30 6 a $4 80 $10 10 



MUSIC ENDING 

Studious Mothers 



48 Point 4 A $4 05 7 a $3 55 $7 60 

DESIGNS PLEASED 

Silver Hunters Return 



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HANDSOME GERMAN 

Ninety Thousand Soldiers 
Produced Beautiful Effed 



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DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION 

Promised Rewards Compared 
Show Handsome Photographs 



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SECURING AMERICAN DESIGNS 

Great Masterpieces Originated Here 
Cheltenham Medium Brings Returns 



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Much Harmony Embodied Through Studies 
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HUNDREDS PROSPERING 
Cleverly E^ablished Business 
Styles Universally Maintained 



MAHOGANY FURNITURE SALES 
New TTiealers Have Grand Concerts 
Invigorating Enjoyment Through Surf 
Romantic Excursion During Autumn 
Conservative Newspaper Publications 



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PRINTERS RECEIVING PROFITS 
Richly Bronzed Antique Ornaments 
Mutual Admiration Society Formed 



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Harmony Between Printer and Cu^omers 
Our Materials Produced Great Satisfadlion 
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HNE ORIGINAL PRODUCT DEMOLISHED 
Traveling Salesmen Hold Convention in Ohio 
Making Arrangementi for Butineu Meeting* 
Better Transit Facilities Are Being Denounced 
Natural Beauty of Colorado Mountain Scenery 



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DEVELOPMENT OF STEEL AND IRON INDUSTRY 
PurchAMtig Numerous Hobday Novelli** for Marchanl* 
Rvmarkablc Gathering of Bright and Enlarpriaint Man 
Parformance Evary WednaMiay Aflarrtoon and Evetuiag 
Manufacturara Will Eihibit Marina Cnginaa ar>d Boilan 
Iniurad in AulomotHla Accident on Railroad Cr o ni n g 
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Business 
Methods 



A MONTHLY REMINDER OF 
TOPICS IN OUR FACTORIES 




Special Talks on 

Advertising 

Regarding 

Its Advantages 

and Power 




INFLUENCE OF THE TRADE JOURNAL 
ON OUR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

?EVER has it been reported that 
Aesop published a technical 
journal, but it is widely known 
that he possessed a generous 
supply of the truly American 
advantage, practical common sense. Thus 
equipped, and with his ability to present his 
message in an attractive form, he might have 
justly aspired to the profession of journalism 
(even technical journalism) but for the fact 
that he was born some thousands of years 
too soon. One of the Aesop stories relates 
how a certain husbandman told his sons that 
he had left unto them gold buried under the 
ground in his vineyard, and they digged all 
over the ground and of the gold they found 
none, but by reason of stirring and digging 
the mould about the roots of their vines, they 
had a very good vintage the next year. Lord 
Bacon, another philosopher who ought to 
have been an American, repeats this fable 
with the following comment: "So, assuredly 
the search and stir to make gold hath brought 
to light a great number of good and fruitful 
inventions and experiments, as well for the 
disclosing of nature as for the use of man's 
life." Now, it is just along these lines that the 



Versatile Ornament 



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JUST ENOUGH DIVERSION 

To secure proper attention and a large circulation many 
successful proprietors agree that in the judicial handling 

of copy for reading matter 

lies the way to progress. To 

our pages is credited many 

fadts that divert and amuse 




THE MODERN POST 




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THE glory and power of Printing is not in the 
past. Its influence at the present time makes 
it a powerful conservator of all human acts 
and progress. It is the handmaiden of all the arts, 
industries and sciences, and the most energetic 
worker in the world's shop to polish and refine 
the civilization of this age and the future. When 
we consider its mission, and see in it all the great 
possibilities for perpetuating the inventions and 
knowledge of all eternity, we may well designate 
present printing as the Art Preservative of all Arts 




WHEN we *peak of orange*, we al once 
bring before our mind* a vision of the 
beautiful State of Florida, the flowery 
peninsula, where flow* the fountain of youth 
perpetual. How would you like to own a few 
acre* of the orange country? You will not 
find a more plea*ant place for a home in all 
the world than among the orange tree* with 
their fragrant blo**om> and their golden fruit 
The Key We*t Real Estate Company will mail 
you a portfolio containing actual photograph* 
of the orange territory *howing grove* at all 
season* of the year. In ihi* portfolio are also 
view* of the Everglade*, Cypre** Spring*, and 
some intere*ting historical *ites in quaint old 
St. Augustine. Fill out the enclosed blank and 
mail to us, and receive this collection of views 
hx>m Florida. This land lies close to the great 
Indian River district and is known to be free 
from destructive early frosts. Jacksonville lie* 
but a few miles away and is reached by one 
of the best roadways in the Slate. Florida has 
an annual production of many thousand* of 



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Story 




ABOUT THE CHANDLER & PRICE GORDON PRESS 



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NTERPRISING printers are appreciating the important points 
which make this press far superior to any other. In ninety out 
of one hundred printing offices in the country, the Chandler 
& Price Gordon Press is certainly the greater money-maker 
in proportion to investment and co^ of operation of any of 
the equipment. When other presses are idle in a shop, this 
press is usually busy and crowded with work. It is undoubtedly true that the 
foundations of a big majority of the successes made in the printing business 
during the past twenty years were laid with the profits made upon Chandler & 
Price Gordon Presses. Although the first of these machines was built in the 
year 1886, mo^ of them are still in use. Printers will part with other presses 
for new ones, but they hold on to their Chandler & Price Gordons. This is 
proved by the fadt that though thirty-four thousand of these machines are in 
use, it is an unusual thing to find a second-hand Chandler & Price Press that 
is offered for sale, they being so well con^rudted they outlast all other makes. 

The Design or Mechanical Principles 

A machine of few parts has a distinct advantage over a machine having 
many parts, provided it does its work equally well. That is one of the great 
advantages of the Chandler & Price Gordon Press, as it has fewer 
parts than any other type of job press, and its work is excelled by 
no other. The fadt that there are over thirty-four 
thousand Chandler & Price Gordon Presses in 
every-day use should be sufficient evidence that 
they give first-class satisfadlion. The design and 
mechanical principles involved make Chandler 
& Price Gordon Presses as nearly "fool proof" 
as a printing press can possibly be made. It has 
no complicated parts, and is simplicity itself in all 
its movements, thereby reducing most repair costs. 

Weight Balanced Perfectly 

The Chandler & Price Gordon Presses weigh 
from three hundred to five hundred pounds heavier than 
other presses of the same type, the extra material being 
largely in the frames, the platen and the bed, though it is distributed in pro- 
portion through the other parts of the machine on which itrain of impression 
is thrown. Great care has been used to distribute the weight so that all parts 

Half-tone Cuta used on this page taken from Chandler & Price Catalocue 




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Some Marine Expeditions 
Under Extraordinary Men 

GIVING A COMPLETE AND DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF THE CRUISE 
THROUGH THE PERILOUS CHANNELS TAKEN BY THE SEARCHERS 

jHESE marvellous and very 
exciting adventures of John , 

Amond, his servant Conseil, :| 

and a Norwegian harpooner, a 

Ned Jenson, had their origin j] 

in 1867. For many weeks 'j 

ocean vessels had been met | 

^1 Bte<Slli<^^^^i*lKii!j^ by an "enormous beast," a g C 

^ long object shaped like a spindle, occasionally '1 V\ 

phosphorescent, and infinitely larger and more i^ {j 

rapid in its movements than a whale. Others 
observed what appeared to be a sand bank, or 
reef, in mid-ocean, which shifted from place to 
Jk ,j place. Ships were injured by collisions with the 

** mysterious object, and others were beyond the 

shadow of any doubt destroyed by it, since there 
were numerous total disappearances of vessels. 
Finally the United States Government sent out 
a warship, the Abraham Lincoln, to search for 
and capture or destroy the creature, whatever 
it might be. On that vessel I, John Amond, with 
Conseil and Jenson, secured passage. Hundreds 
of miles were sailed without any result. Then, 
November 28, not far from the coast of Japan, 
the object of our quest was sighted. A prolonged 
chase began, the unknown object easily keeping 
ahead of the ship. But one night it lay still upon 
the water, apparently an enormous whale with 
a luminous eye. Our vessel stole up to it. Ned 
hurled the harpoon. I heard the sonorous tone 






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72 Point 3 A $6 86 4 a $4 55 $1140 

SINGE BIRD 

Dedu& Riches 

60 Point 3 A $5 65 5a $4 10 $9 65 

BUSHINGTON 

Kerns Abolished 



4 A $4 25 6a $3 50 $7 75 



TRUST BANKERS 

Monstrous Theatrical 



5A$3 65 7a $2 90 $6 56 



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Enormous Railroad Dividend 
Shows Building Con§lru&ion 



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6 A $2 35 9a|l iX> $4 25 



SOUGHT MODERN DESIGNER 

Cheltenham Harmony Association 
Handsome Lithographic Inventions 



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WONDERFUL PRODUCTION GIVEN 

Encouraging Department Superintendents 
Concedes Unimportant Historical Precedent 



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INCREASING INTEREST 
Crowded Department Stores 
Gives Handsome§l Souvenir 



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ADMIRED HANDSOME ITALICS 
Recognized Leader in Type Fashions 
The Result of Scientific Study Noted 
Adequate Conception of Real Beauty 
Wisely Avoids Persistent Elaboration 



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ENRICHES ENGLISH MAIDENS 
Obtain Corre^ Physical ConSlitution 
Superfluous Avoirdupois Unhealthy 



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SECURING NUMEROUS TYPE ORDERS 
Itatic is Suitable for Greatest Range of Display 
Twelve Extremely Graceful Maidens Presented 
Cherished Inmates of Old Home Remembered 
Sought Deft Hands Guided by Studious Heads 



PRODUCES BEAUTIFUL SPECIMENS 
Horrible Plague Destroyed Cruel Kingdoms 
Americans Entertain German Yachtsmen 
Rush Orders $1234567890 Very Esthetic 

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Barton 

Dime Savings 

Institution 



Four Per Cent 

Interest Paid on 

Deposits 



Capital and Surplus 
$48,500 



Safe Deposit 

Boxes Rented by the 

Month or Year 



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HERMIT INLET 

Out in the Pure, Pine 
Laden Air the Day Long 

An out-of-door resort that is a 
most attractive rendezvous for 
fall or winter; here is continual 
sunshine, an invigorating, dry 
climate, pure water and every 
convenience for visitors. The 
weather is always of the finest 



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Mendson Cluh 



NOTICE 



This advance notice is sent 
to remind you of the date 
set for our Twelfth Annual 
Excursion to Boundingville 
Beach. The regular games 
are under direction of our 
organizer, Mr. Knowles. to 
whom all communications 
pertaining to tickets, games 
and the dining service may 
be addressed. According to 
resolution passed at our last 
meeting, the member who 
sells the greatest number of 
ticliets will be honored by 
the club in the presenta- 
tion of a twenty-dollar gold 
piece. Don't forget the date 



-J Rain or Shine 



August Twenty-Ninth 





Samples onRequest 

AVING established a 
very modern and up- 
to-date printing office 
in your neighborhood 
which we have thor- 
oughly equipped with desirable 
new American Type Faces, also 
new Colt's Armory and Chandler 
& Price presses and all known 
improvements for the most eco- 
nomical handling of high-class 
printing, and as we are practical 
printers of long experience, we 
feel that in soliciting your work 
we are fully prepared and capa- 
ble of handling it in a thorough 
manner. We assure you that any 
order placed with us, be it large 
or small, will receive our most 
careful and immediate attention 

Hemingstone Print Shop 

Highest Quality Catalogues and Fine Job Work 

Doan Street, Kensington, Maine 



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The success of the 

Pierce Arrow Car 

is undoubtedly due 
to the fact that it was 
never built to meet 
a price. A successful 
car came first; price 
second. 




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Versatile Border 



Variety Means Proiit and 
New Faces Cost No More 
Than The Older Designs 



Variety is a strongly-marked factor in the 
commercial activity of this age. Modern 
merchants and manufacturers in all lines 
have found it profitable to cater to the 
public demand for frequent innovations. 
Many years ago the styles in feminine 
garments did not change once a year. A 
dress wcis in style until it wzis worn out. 
Now such styles change at least once in 
every three months. Even the apparently 
conventional clothing of men varies con- 
stantly. This Fal\ the coat lapels are cut 
short; last Spring they were cut very long. 
Naturally there is an added profit for the 
tailors and the dressmakers under these 
modern conditions. They will assert that 
variety pays. Every progressive printer 
will take advantage of this modern taste 
for variety, for more variety is possible 
in printing today than ever before. The 
American Type Founders Company is 
constantly designing and producing new 
and attractive type faces. These newer 
faces cost no more than the old designs 
and they will infuse into the work of the 
printer who buys them the variety that 
attracts the purchciser of printed matter 




Cheltenham Medium Italic and Cheltenham Medium in Practical Display 



SEARCHING 
THE TITLES 

doting Ih* lilies to real eOale 
it oUtn a vtry Udiout mailer 
and, un/ns it it condufled by 
experts, complicationt are apt 
to follow, and it it potsible for 
you to incur a great financial 
lott thereby. Let us show you 
our methods and facililiet for 
doting real eilate titles, etc. 

TRUST COMPANY 

Omem, Smcond Floor Tnut Building 






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Evening 
Dress 
Garments 
for Men 



Bridal Gifts 

THE DISTINCTIVE GRADE THAT 
PLEASES THE DISCRIMINATING 



THE name The Hurden Company 
is so inseparably connecfled with 
silverware that it may not be 
usually appreciated that the company 
also produces an extensive line of 14 
and 18 carat goldware which is truly 
renowned for its exquisite ta^e, for 
its great beauty and refinement and 
real arti^ic value. Any article that is 
made in silver is usually duplicated in 
gold. The splendid assortment of fine 
tableware designed and made for our 
own exclusive trade is indeed a very 
choice gathering. A quick and pleasing 
selection is £issured particular buyers 
who visit our showrooms. Our present 
Aock includes the new Rheim design 
which is made especially for wedding 
presentations. Booklet sent on request 

The Hurden Company 



CHICAGO 



SAN FRANCISCO 



BOSTON 




[71ITH your working and 
everyday clothes you 
may possibly be ju^ a 
trifle careless, but the 
proprieties demand of 
you to adhere to established forms 
regarding evening garments, even 
to the smaller detail. Such details 
are complied with in evening dress 
garments made by us. They are as 
perf edt as tradesmen can make them 



HARLEM GARMENT WORKS 

1847 Montgomery Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, New York 




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Cheltenham Bold 

120Point 3A$1125 4a$700 $18 25 

BIG Hat 

%Point 3A$846 4a$520 $13 66 

NUMBER 

Birds Shot 

84 Point 3A$7 15 4a $4 30 $1148 

FINE JOBS 

Get Behind 

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Near Homd 



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XA H86 4a»4 06 110 60 

EXTENSION 

New Railroad 

MlVriB, SAtSSe Sat410 t966 

INTERMINGLE 

Desired Method 

«PMbi 4At41S 6m|3Sfi t7 EO 

SINGLE NUMBERS 

Numbering Machine 

aFWnt 4 A 13 16 SadlO K 25 

GENUINE TRIUMPHS 

Envied Thrifty German 
Sing Cheltenham Praise 



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5 A $2 70 8a $2 30 SSOO 



Cheltenham Bold 

36 Point 

REVIEWS MYSTIC RITES 

Displayed Handsome Shirts 
Daring Explorer Astonished 



30 Point 



6A $195 10a$2 30 $4 2 



FURNISHED SUPERB ACTORS 

Heartily Endorse Banking Method 
Determined Members Considering 



6 A $1 70 13 a $1 80 $3 50 



PRINTER BUYS WITH CONFIDENCE 

Design Improved Machinery Throughout 
Handsome Souvenir Recently Presented 



10 A $1 60 20a $166 $3 25 



INTERESTING SUBJECT 
Cause and Effect Relations 
Debated by Omega Society 



14 Point 



14 A $1 50 26a $150 $3 00 



MONSTER SHIPS OPERATED 
Floating Palace Developed Speed 
Makes Glad Orient and Occident 



17 A $1 30 33 all 45 $2 75 



NOTED GRANGER EXHIBIT CLOSES 
Mammoth Farm Production This Season 
Best Cash Prize for Enterprising Farmer 
Awards $1234567890 Handsome Medal 



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18 A $1 20 37 a $1 30 J2 50 



EDITOR STARTS ON JOURNEY 
Mysterious Machines Being Rebuilt 
Public Mints Are Continuing to Run 
They Experienced Severe Reverses ,, 
Prolong Financial Embarrassments ^| 



8 Point 22 A $110 45a $116 $2 25 

SCIENCE CANDLE BRIGHTLY BURNING 
Emanating Rays Light Pathway of Progress 
Humanity Recipient of Noted Improvement 
Sanguine Expectations Crown Experimenter 
Obscure Indefatigable Individuals Contribute 






6 Point 



24A $0 9() 48a$l Id $2 00 



THE ORIGINAL UNIVERSITY OF TYPE DESIGN 
Strong Type Families: the American Type Founders 
Company Issues Have Given the Printing Industry a 
Greater Business-Compelling Value for its Products 
Than Any Other Known Ally or Industry Catering to 
Successful Typographers. Recognized Appreciation 
Evidenced Through $1234567890 the Rapid Increase 



Cheltenham Bold in Practical Display 



KING 

OF ALL TYPE 




The 

Cheltenham 

Family 




The sovereignty of the Cheltenhams in 
the big world of advertising has been 
thoroughly established. The growing 
popularity of the new members which have 
recently been added is an indication that 
this most pleasing type family will remain 
in favor for many years to come. When we 
consider the versatility and dignity of this 
monarch of display, we readily appreciate 
the reason for its phenomenal success. The 
progressive printers and publishers buying 
liberal weight fonts are certain to give the 
Cheltenhams first place in their composing 
rooms. Never in the history of type casting 
has the printing trade been presented with 
such variety and heu'mony in a single series 
of type faces. Its intrinsic worth and great 
adaptability is acknowledged by all. Sold in 
weight fonts at our regular body type prices 



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Cheltenham Bold in Practical Display 



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THE AEROPLANE IN FUGHT 



WHEN Morianson's craft 
left the ground he did 
not waste any time in mi&king 
preliminary circles about the 
field. Steadily he forced his 
monoplane skyward, and in 
regularly widening circles he 
soared. The machine seemed 
to become smaller and it was 
more difficult to observe, and 
the crowd took its attention 
from the desultory flying of 
the champions. At times the 
aeroplane, outlined against a 
hazy sky, would vanish as it 
made its wide circles; but in 
a short time would reappear 
to the northeast, like a faint 
speck, swimming at a height 
ivhich it seemed impossible 




-PET 




THE PRIDE OF 
CHELTENHAM 



This useful and handsome series is 
distinctively an American Product 
and is in keeping ^vith the American 
reputation for giving the printer a 
plain, stylish and serviceable type 
face. Its field of usefulness in all 
branches of the trade is unlimited. 
The Cheltenham Family, renowned 
for its legibility, is al^vays popular. 
The American Type Founders Com- 
pany is the leader in type fashions, 
having a large department devoted 
to the designing and cutting of dis- 
tinctive and original faces in type, 
and to the manufacture of artistic 
decorative material and brass rule 



AMERICAN TYPE 
FOUNDERS COMPANY 



Ih] Cuts Marsin Ornament 




Strong "Pull" 
and Drawing 
Power in All 
Our Printing 






r^^y OT ALL catalogues are consigned to the 
I I I waste basket. A good many find a place 
lllllll '" ^^^ files of the recipient or on his desk 
^J|2g or his table. The catalogue upon which 
one can depend to win this distinction is of the 
out-of-the-ordinary class, the well-designed and 
well-executed example of the printing art. Every 
business man desires that his catalogue should 
have what is known as "pulling" power; that is, it 
should accomplish its intended mission, namely, 
to set forth the value of goods and secure orders 
for those goods. The catalogues we print are 
those that win the coveted place at the elbow 
of the prospective customer. They do it by their 
attractiveness. We employ the highest class of 
workmen, who are specialists on catalogue work 

Menshon & Hartimore 

Highest Grade of Catalogue Printing 




Acme Border Chap-Book Cut Department-Store Initial 



180 



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Cheltenham Bold, Cheltenham Oldstyle and Cheltenham Italic in Combination 



Indian Weave 

The Rug from the Golden West 



HERE is a message (rom the land of the 
golden west — Red Horse, the fannous 
warrior chief, makes the white man a peace 
offering in the form of beautiful rugs, blankets 
and carnage robes, woven by his stoic tribe 
on their own reserCalion. We can supply you 
with them in exactly the colors and sizes you 
want, and in quality and weight best adapted 
to your (jarticular needs. If you have a room 
or a den to which you desire to impart an air 
of distinctive individuality, the Indian Weave 
Kiana Rug wiU best accomplish the purpose. 
There is not a room in the house where you 
could not advantageously use Kiana Rugs 

The Indian Rug Company 

HEADQUARTERS ON KIANA RESERVATION 




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Ijhe Kiana T^ug is a thing 
of beauty and a joy forever 



BOOK 
MARK 




OPENING A 
NEW BOOK 

Hold the ckwed book with iti 
back Kibng on a flat suHacc; 
drop the (root cover down Bat 
and then the back cover. Still 
holding the book with the UJt 
hand, open a few teavei at 
the back and then a few in 
the front with the righl hand. 
gtntly prenins open fectiou 
till you reach the center of the 
volume. Dothiitwoartlwee 
timca and you wiB obtain the 
best retultt. If you open the 
book violently or cap^ealy in 
any one place you will very 
likely break the back, cauang 
a itart in the leavei. Never 
force the hack- U t> does no* 
yield to gentle opening, the 
back is too lightly or itroagly 
lined. Protect your voluroa 
and they will lail you longer 
and give uou better aercice 



HORAN 

BOOK PRINTING 



PRUNING TREES CORRECTLY 

(f //A your orchard, cornel prurting It one of Ihe most dial ihingt — upon which much of 11$ mcceu 
JepenJi and emphaslzet Ihe kenefili ofihe elimlnallon of ihe unfil for the tllmulallon oflhefil. None 
hul tkilleJ men should be allowed lo lamper icith your Ireet, and ihit It the lime of the year in which 
to rloeyour orchard ecery potsihie care and allention. Haee your pruning, fillingofcaciliesandtpraying 
far tcale aorte now. Lei me inipecl your orchard and I will lell you JutI what IrealmenI is required lo pul il in 
ihe betl producing condilion. I have made this husirxss my life study ar\d offer you a half-century of experience 



MARTIN JOHNSON, THE TREE DOCTOR, HEMTON, MAINE 



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Cheltenham Bold Italic 

72 Point 3 A $7 25 5 a $5 25 $12 50 

REMINDER 

Snake Fights 

eOPoint 4A$650 6a$5C0 $1160 

NIGHT BIRDS 

Bohemian Girls 



48 Point 4 A $4 20 6a $3 30 »7 60 

HORSE EXHIBIT 

Club House Stables 

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42 Point 5 A $3 75 7a $2 76 $6 60 

PECULIAR DRIVER 

Careful Saving Repaid 
Handsome Conception 



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Cheltenham Bold Italic 

DETERMINED CITIZEN 

Reach Judgments Quickly 
Desired Honest Statement 



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6At2«5 9«tl96 14 40 



HARMONIOUS ORCHESTRA 

Numerous Comedians Required 
Rushed Advertising Department 



TAtl90 llatim (3 BO 



METHODICAL PRINTERS EXHIBIT 

Unexceptionable Mechanical Principle 
Involving Obstacles Alter Calculations 



!■ Toint 



9 A $150 anariTS I32S 



DEMAND NUMBERING 
Men Improving Standards 
Requires Quaint Wording 



10 Point 



16 A f 1 20 34 * tl 30 t2 CO 



NEW MACHINES ON MARKET 
Instantly Revealing Imperfections 
Have Reached Government Office 
Deliver Handsome Sample Picture 
Secretary Now Declines Invitation 



<< l'"tnt 14 A tl »l »■ n SO tS 00 

DISTINGUISHED MECHANICS 
Shocked Metamorphic Promoters 
Recognize Exceptional Qualities 



8 Point 



ZOAItOG 42*tl20 S22S 



PRINTER DEM A NDINC NEW MA TERIAL 
American Typography Reaching Supremacy 
Progren NeceMtarily Force* New Invention* 
Show* Creditable Type Familie* Arti*tically 
American Type Founder* Company Reliable 



ISA II 1" «»»1 4S RTS 



REMARKABLE PRINTING DEVICE 
Strongest Characters Displayed Neatly 
Experienced Collective Art Knowledge 
Report Gain $1234567890 First Month 



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PK INTERS MAKING ADVERTISING POPULAR 
ThrBw Great Typm D**ien» Caplur*d Firtt Honort 
Wandering Musician* Becomin* CtniuMtt by Study 
Di»cov*rine Related Familiea After Seventy Yeare 
Many Advertieing Solicitore Favorinm Cheltenham 
She Cultivated Profitable Bueineee Acquaintancee 
Largmel Demand 91234867890 Excellent Printing 



Cheltenham Bold Italic in Practical Display 




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7 'HERE is none so good as the 
best, and the best type is always 
American. Don't think for a single 
moment that high-class work is Just 
beyond your scope. Proper outfits 
of material are the secret of profit 
in production. Up-to-date ads are 
' 'planned" along lines similar to the 
construction of a modern home; all 
parts are carefully designed, and 
can readily be put together to form 
modern structures, as best suits the 
whim of the most artistic typotect 

AMERICAN TYPE 

FOUNDERS COMPANY 



Bultinch Attractor Chap-Book Director 



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EXHIBIT ! 

OF FINE PAPERS 



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B^^iin tin ii^ii^^nii im ii« »ii wL 

Plain Stationery 

For Live Business Men 




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Compliments of 

De Luxe Paper Store 

Cupid Street 

■ IH|i " ii|||| mi nil"" Hill I llll^— 



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I)«lla Robbia Omanicnt 



Cheltenham Bold 



Italic 

Striking designs are possible 

only when type has a decided 

character. In allofthe types 

. cast by this Company much 

^V" character and dignity may 

be found. They represent 

the very highest grade of workmanship 

and are cast with an idea to save labor 

and to be practical. The printer who is 

successful is the one uiho is ever on the 

lookout for new methods for attracting 

theattention of the prospective customer 

American Type Founders Company 



For a bold display in either job 
printing or advertising, this fine 
Cheltenham Bold Italic has all 
the real requisites for legibility 
and distinct color. It is easy to 
read, with no hair lines to break 
down, just one straightforward 
dividend-earning type face. It 
can be used today and for an 
unending succession of days to 
come, ever producing you profit 



IMory 0[)en ParaRraph Mark Cast Squari's 



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BOSTON 



STAPLE 
BINDER 



The Boston Staple Binder is the 
handiest binder and best paying 
investment which has ever been 
offered to the up-to-date printer 




Realizing the great necessity of 
an efficient, well-built stapling 
machine, the manufacturers of 
the Boston Wire Stitcher have 
invented and brought out the 
Boston Staple Binder, the only 
perfected and up-to-date stapler 
that practically duplicates the 
work of the best stitcher. The 
Boston Staple Binder is built on 
distinctly new lines, with many 
valuable features never before 
used in a stapling machine. It is 
the nearest approach to a regu- 
lar stitcher yet devised, and its 
work is neater and better than 
that of any stitcher other than 
the Boston. It is difficult to dis- 
tinguish its stapling from that of 
the best wire stitching. Staples 
are furnished on tin cores (no 
shrinking or swelling of wood) 
with paper covers, and placed in 
the machine at the right-hand 
side. The cores may be lifted out 
of the stapler and replaced as 
often as necessary without loss 
of staples, saving from twenty- 
five to fifty per cent in staples 
over all other machines. Write 
to nearest House for full details 



American 

Type Founders Co. 

GENERAL SELLING AGENT 



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Cheltenham Bold Condensed 

72 Point 3A$4 9CI 4 a $;! 25 $816 

EXTINGUISHER 

Home Protection 

60 Point 3A$415 ■4a$260t675 

MODERN DESIGNS 

Practical Equipment 



48 Point 4 A $3 05 8a $3 20 J62i 

INTERESTING METHOD 

Guests Manifest Pleasure 

42 Point 5 A S2 80 8 a $2 45 $5 

PURSUING NOBLE COURSi 

Historic Specimens Preserve 
Fine Magazine Advertisemen 



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Cheltenham Bold Condensed 



sAtzao 8a$2oa uao 



I 

liISTINGUISHED BURLESQUERS 

iMiser Uncovers Richest Hoardings 
Beautiful Autumn Sunrise Pictured 



7A tl95 13a $2 115 $4 00 



HANDSOME INSTRUMENT EXHIBITED 

Discloses Reason for Exceptional Quality 
Gratifying Educational Chance Presented 



44 Point 



8AS160 I6atl Ml $3 GO 



FOREST STRETCHING BEYOND THE HORIZON 

Anglers Haunt Quiet Streams and Leaping Brooks 
Distinguished Citizens Help Great Free Excursions 



I'f^iint 



I2A>145 »ia$180 $S2S 



10 Point 



22A tl K AKati Sf, tZ 50 



DESIRABLE CONDENSED TYPE 
Very Useful Face for Advertisers 
Compact and Eminently Readable 



r Alias .18atl«S {3 00 



STRAINS OF PLEASING MUSIC HEARD 
Dim Moonlit Lanes and Inviting Meadows 
Wild Flowers and Fragrant Honeysuckles 
Strollers Hesitatingly Return Homeward 



ZIAIIS 44a »IM tin 

CHEERFUL EDITOR SMILING WITH CONTENT 
UaexpectMlly and Very Substantially Remembered 
Muy large Contributions Quietly Acknowledged 
Eatrucing Moments $1234567890 Nicely Depicted 

187 



SERVICE IS COMPLETE AND PERFEa 

Mechanical Ability Prominently Shown Here 
Great Number of People Gathering in Parks 
Charming Conversation Recently Disturbed 
American Line Type Faces Lead the World 



H Point 27ASI0B 54atl» niS 

ASSEMBLED THRONGS HONORING NOBLE HERO 
Uaveiling of Monumeot Bfaring Suitable Inscriplioos 
Fonncr Mighty Dttit of Valor Fittingly Rtmcnibrred 
Noted Jounialitt Comrade Delivers Interetting Addrcti 
Forceful Preientalion of the Eiciting Battlei Fought 
Bold Enemies Chagriacd aad Lastiag Victories Gaiacd 



«Pi>int SOAIOW WalllO ttOO 

WONDERFUL AND MAGNIFICENT SFECTACUUR DISrUT 
LMpiaf L«ri4 Flaac* Belckiai from tlie L^lr Baraiat Moaalua* 
PriMJairt TaarMs B«I»M Re..rli>l>U Prr»l»l»>< P«riarMaa 
Slarl>« Vakaak OalfcarMs Arcosiuainl by [)n(>a<a( Saaads 
BriHl Slfaaaa ti Dararialiai Lan Raikiat !• llw Wtlan Un 
Saddaa Laad DalaaaUaas aad Hisataf N ii m a( Exaaiat Stoaa 
Areas (ar Nika Samaadiw SUS4SC7SN Caaaktelr Laid Waste 



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Users of printing realize 
the intrinsic value of new 
type ideas. Let the printer 
consider this fact well and 
equip his plant with type 
of twentieth century style 



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Type Faces of 
Bright Design 



AMERICAN 

TYPE 
FOUNDERS 
COMPANY 



Originator of 
The Cheltenham Family 



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HANDSOME type designs are 
certain to bring the printer 
more business. It is one of 
the leading objects of printing to 
invite favorable attention. How to 
accomplish this, thereby greatly 
increasing its advertising value, is 
the constant study of those earnest 
printers who are striving to meet 
the demands for the very best in 
modern typography. The designs 
produced by this Company excel 
in variety, utility and originality 
the combined products of all other 
type foundries. Offices equipped 
with American material are worth 
more for use or sale than offices 
equipped from other sources. The 
question now arises: "Why buy old 
faces when the newest and best 
designs cost no more?" Why use 
the old-fashioned type faces when 
new faces make your work more 
attractive; when the new faces are 
invariably carried in stock, while 
the old faces, being cast to order, 
cause delay and increased cost? 
Stylish Type means more profits 



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Uniform-Rule Cast Squares Twentieth Century Ornament Chap-Book Guidoi 



188 



Cheltenham Bold Condensed and Cheltenham Oldityle Condensed in Combination 



I- 
mUNTLERS 

Travel Center of Bragford , 

Today's Events at the Huntlers* 
Store, of which yesterday s Star 
and Evening Spectator told fully 



An 8&-Note Piano Player, purchased on 
J easy terms, a gift that will surely ^ Q | ^ 
i afford pleasure for a lifetime, at «p<J 1 1 



500 Oriental Rugs, the result of one of the 
greatest rug deals made in this d^T'TA 
dty, prices range from $ 1 to %yD I U 



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Tailor-made Suits. Nearly three hundred 
Tailor-made Suits in such numerous styles 
and varieties that your individual taste can 
undoubtedly find its complete satisfaction. 
And your purse, if small, can be suited also, 
as the prices range exceedingly low for such 
high-grade materials. In our dresses and 
costumes, the variety is even much larger 
than might be expected ; but variety is not 
all, and, large as the choice is, each garment 
has an air of distinction. We pick carefully 
and even our plainest tailor-made ^ Q f 
suit has an "air" about it. $22 to «p«J«) 



Ertrj wtmMM luows Ike diitinf nitkinf markt 
•ftWcastoa tut. Tk<y >rc found ri(kt b«rt 



A Fur Event matching in interest the great 
sale of eight months ago, which ^ <| r* Q 
you can readily recall. Coats, at «P^DO 



Huntler Brothers 

TW L*r|c«l D*p*rtB«al Store ia mil Raperdowa Coualy 

Bramsand and Grove Streets, Bragford 




Tricky Border Versatile Omwtwnt 



SUPERIOR SAFETY 



^,-f plONG the (eaturet which make for 
k I I ihc safety of a bank, the maiptenance 
nJ of an ample surplus is of the greatest 
HI moment. Together with the bank's 
capital, it stands between the depositors and 
possible loss. The Superior now has a capital 
and surplus of One Million, Two Hundred and 
Twenty-five Thousand Dollars, and this fund 
shows a great inaemcnt by the addition of the 
undivided profits. The confidence of the people 
in the Superior's safety was well shown on the 
opening day, when deposits amounted to more 
than SixMillion Dollars. Since that time,seven 
years ago, the phenomenal growth of this bank 
has gready increased its resources until they 
now exceed Twenty Million Dollars. This is the 
most remarkable record of growth ever enjoyed 
by any banking concern in Vermont. The safety 
of a bank depends greatly upon another point, 
perhaps as much as upon capital and surplus, 
that is the character and general personality of 
ill Board of Directors and Managing OAcers 



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Cheltenham Bold Condensed Italic 

72 Point S A $5 eo 4 a $3 70 $9 30 

SENTPICTURE 

Beautifal Homes 

eOPoint 3A$480 4a$320 KOO 

MIGHTY HUNTER 

Important Question 



j A $3 80 8 a $3 70 $7 60 



UNTRIED MINER SENJl 

Reserve Stock Enormoui 



5A$295 10a$335 $6 J 



SEND RIGHT EQUIPMEN 

National Convention Reporti 
Habits Become Internationa 



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SA t2:«) I0at270 StOO 



WERN PRINTER DESIGNING 

^Meltenham Bold Condensed Italic 
hilding Mechanical Contrivances 



7At22n 12«»2 15 MS5 



:OMBINE THOUGHTS WITH DREAMS 

hnker Expects Financial Achievements 
)tylish Councilman Displaying Diamond 



9 A $175 16a SI 85 13 60 



PUBLISHER IMPROVING SOCIETY COLUMNS 

lothing Manufacturers Holding Long Convention 
Richest American Railroad Contractors Honored 



12A»15n 24b $175 $3 2S 10 Point 



2n A $1 ID 42 a $1 40 $2 50 



SECURE CONVENIENT FOREST modern requirements in building 

Warships Reigned bapreme Uver Kingdom 
Newspaper WviteVS Dined Today ^^'^" American WUd Turkeys Slaughtered 

,.. n'll nr I/^ Fishing Boats Sighted Off the Grand Banks 

lOnest Builder Refused Contract Remarkable changes Noticed in Paintings 



16A$140 32 a $1 60 $3 m 



PROMOTING STRINGENT MEASURES 

^"nders Beautiful Musical Number Daily 

^astrous Rainstorm Destroyed Houses 

Prominent Member Rejects Cheap Prints 



lOAtiaO Wall 48 tXTB 

MAKING MARVELOUS PRINTING INVENTION 

^"'fitable Workmen Require the Modern Facilities 

iern Specimens Enlightened Uneducated Buyers 

'Numerous Designs $1234567890 Receive Mention 

191 



K Point 25 A $106 S0a$120 $2 25 

MONSTER WESTERN COLD MINES DISCOVERED 
Dtthablt Mountain Homti RenleJ on Atlantic CoatI 
Bttt Workmamhip Obitrvtd Among tkt Cartful Mtn 
Natural Ahility Coupled with Entrgy Mtaru Sucau 
Study Conditions and Sarroandingi Thoroughly Today 
The Prince Sailed About Tirr/w Milet Up the Stream 



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FKODUCTIVB IDAHO OKCHAKDS BLIGHTED BY fCSTS 

Iton Sm^lrtM Lmh»rrJ UmJer Tryimt CMidiOons llnttl RenmUg 
JMrrkiM 'or 5«rl< Alwft an VmfUmimM aaj Unpttbrntte Job 
Dittmrd Kaar OU Trpt M^ Prtrmr* Kt li mUe Hem Faraf Horn 
The /avrtlaMirfi in /(Mrrkaa Typt Fmen Ktpf the fai i tai H 
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THE MOST PROFITABLE AND MOST POPULAR PRESS 



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The Brower 

A Vevy ^ 

Effective Druiti Cylinder MP 



Press 



Made in One 
Size Only 
Seven-Colamn 
Folio 



Publishers and printers who possess one are 
really proud of it. Of all the standard drum 
cylinders, the Brower is the lowest in price 
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DINING TABLES. SoW oak. quarter- 
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that bumps and jolts along the road, causing unnecessary 
wear from vibration. Did it ever occur to you that vibration 
is the most dangerous defect known to automobiles? If you 
would have a car so flexible in construction that it will crawl 
through the crowded traffic, mount the most difficult hills, or 
fly along the country roads with velvet-like smoothness and 
never a shift of gears, look at the "BUMPER" with its offset 
crank shaft, straight line drive, and large, comfortably riding 
wheels. At last, in a moderate priced car, you are offered all 
the superior features and high qualities which have hitherto 
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must always use new faces before they 
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that makes new faces valuable. They 
catch the eye of the reader by a change 
in form and tone of printed matter. The 
type face that has become the property 
of all in general loses somewhat its origi- 
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New Series Number Twelve 



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NISHED FIVE-MINUTE GLASS 
ATE DEBATE 

an. 17. — A very queer 
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PUNS FOR 55-STORY BUILDING FILED-TWENTY-FIVE STORIES IN THE 
TOWER; THREE STORIES TO BE UNDER GROUND 



This mammoth skyscraper is to be the 
tallest oflfice building in the world, and 
will be erected on the westerly side of 
Broadway, occupying the block between 
Jay Street and Parks Place. It will be 
750 feet high, or about 50 feet higher than 
any other building. Mr. Brady recently 
secured the Jay Street corner, he intends 
to change his plans so that he can utilize 
the entire block for his new building. 

"My building ideas have enlarged," 
he said, "in harmony with the acquisi- 
tion of additional property. The plans 
originally prepared for the building on 
the Parks Place corner will be entirely 
altered. My present idea is to have the 
main building of from twenty-seven to 



exceeded in height in the world by the 
Eiffel Tower, 985 feet, will cost about 
$12,000,000. The land, which has been 
acquired in the past year, has cost nearly 
$5,000,000. The building, to cover a total 
of 39,500 square feet, will afford almost 
13,000,000 cubic feet of available space 
in the completed structure. It will be of 
the best fireproof construction, and in the 
revised plans the original general ideas 
adopted for the smaller enterprise will 
be incorporated. The tower, Mr. Brady 
says, will be an architectural ornament. 
Mr. Brady will have possession of the 
Jay Street corner about May 1, at which 
time the leases of the tenants expire. 
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FLIES TO WARSHIP 
THEN BACK AGAIN 



SUCCESSFUL AVIATOR ALIGHTS ON THE 

PENNSYLVANIA WHILE TRAVELING 

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UPON HIS RETURN TO LAND EASIER IF 

SHIP VTERE MOVING, HE SAYS 



The crowds of expectant spectators 
which faithfully assembled day by day 
to witness the proposed flight to a ship 
at sea by the daring aviator were repaid 
for their persistence by seeing the suc- 
cessful accomplishment of this feat. 

It was decided that weather conditions 
were favorable. The sky was hazy. At 
10:45 o'clock he left the aviation field. 
His motor worked perfectly, and after 

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MADISON, N. J., GIRL STARTING OUT TO SEEK HER 
FORTUNE IS CAUGHT AT GENERAL STATION 



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Feeling the call of the big city, Agnes 
Cavanaugh, now sixteen, packed her va- 
lise and with two small bundles of extra 
clothing and a hat box set out solemnly 
from Madison, N. J. , to cast her fortune 
in this city. She did not expect anyone 
to meet her and was much surprised 
when Lieut. Mcintosh accosted her by 
name, as she alighted from a train at 
11 o'clock at night in General Station. 

On the way to the Fifty-sixth street 
police station she explained that she had 
grown homesick up in the country, and 
had come away full of confidence in her 
ability to take care of herself here. She 
emphasized these intentions to Lieut. 
Ranier at the station house, and became 
highly indignant when he said he would 
have to send her to the Children's Home. 

Lieut. Ranier got the news of her com- 
ing in a queer way. A call came to him 
about a half an hour before the train 
was due telling him the girl's name, 
saying she was pretty and describing her 
dress. Then suddenly the telephone con- 
nection was cut off. Lieut. Ranier soon 
decided that a girl from Madison must 

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LEAVES WARISON STREH, 8:46 P. M. 
ARRIVES MINNEAPOLIS, 10:53 A.M. 

THIS IS THE WESTERN TRAIN THAT AFFORDS SOLIDLY 
VESTIBULED SLEEPERS. WITH BUFFET, SMOKING CAR 
AND OBSERVATION COACHES, TOGETHER WITH ALL 
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS THAT GIVE REAL COMFORT 

THE EAST SHORE LIMITED 

LEAVES WARISON STREET, 6:23 A. M. 
ARRIVES MINNEAPOLIS. 8:29 P.M. 

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good many years and the greatest that we have known in 
our long experience. This is a chance to buy some broken 
sizes in our Men's Suits and Overcoats which 
you may not see again. Value $30 to $35, at 




Seventy-eight $20 to $25 Suits of un- 
finished worsted, in new browns and 
grays; wale weaves; also silk and neat 
stripe effects on black and ^j^ ^ p_ 
blue grounds. Bargain at %p X # 



Fifty-seven $25 to $30 Suits of velours 
and cheviots; all new shades of gray 
and brown; exclusive designs in glen 
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in meltons and velours. Stripes and 
plain weaves ; fitted with ^^ g-^ ^^ 
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Sixty-eight $20 to $25 Overcoats, for 
business and dress wear; new shades 
of gray and brovk'n ; in v^orsteds and 
velours; many new zig-zag ^j« ^ ^ 
weaves; latest models, at *P X ^5 



Included are the most popular models and fabrics produced 
this season. A large majority of these garments have only 
been received from our exclusive custom shops within the 
past few weeks. The prices quoted are attributable solely 
to our policy of giving to our customers the lowest prices 



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By Popmlar Fictioe Writers 




fOWHERE in the city can a more complete list of popular novels be secured than in 
our enlarged book department. As the holiday season approaches, the question again 
arises: "What can I buy him or her for a present?" Now what could be more useful 
or appropriate than some interesting book to while away these long dreary winter evenings 



By HAROLD J. 
MERIDET 



TOM BURK 

A stirring tale of Ireland d uring the latter part of the 
sixteenth century, when hi 
beautiful scenes are depict 
strong sense of humor wil 



AN IDLE 

This romantic narrative of 
strange and inspiring beau 
the bewitching Nile and is 
leaves one lost in meditati 

THEMIN 

A stirring novel of Califor 
the great gold craze which 
love and adventures durin 
hold the reader's attention i 

YSTEK 

A detective story of life in 
crowded metropolis. Hid 
vice and crime among the 
strange deductions that th 

A CHILD 

The amount of tenderness 
whose hero is a baby will 
strangely original little dra 
a fresh revelation of what 




By MRS. MARTIN 
SOUTHWICK 
One of the prettiest love stories ever written, and with 




Each year adds something new to the automobile 
business, and we can truthfully say that w^e have 
always kept abreast of the times in catering to the 
whims and fancies of the automobile public. Our 
latest effort in this line has been to produce the 




©del 




which we believe to be the most accurately built 
and the fastest machine for $2500 ever placed on 
the market. We would be delighted to have you 
call and take a 50 or 1 00-mile spin through the 
country in order to prove the truth of our assertion 



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We are the sole 
agents in every 
large city of the 
east for the well 
known patterns 
of the superior 




men's and boys' 
Clothing; these 
goods are to be 
obtained at our 
salesrooms also 




BRANCH STORES 
Philadelphia 
Boston 
Indianapolis 
Cleveland 
Washington 



THERE is no teA of worthiness so true 
as the growth of popular demand and 
this season the demand for MAPLE 
BRAND CLOTHES is greater than ever 
before. This is your clearest proof of their 
superiority of quality and value. To truly 
enjoy life, wear clothes that are snappy, 
full of vigor and vim— MAPLE BRAND 
CLOTHES. We are showing a complete 
assortment of them, the season's neweA 
and be^ creations. They include a variety 
of ^yles and patterns that will appeal to 
every man of taSte and judgment. They're 
away from the commonplace, mo^ of them 
found nowhere else. One-price goods only 

Bargains at our salesrooms mean 
so much more than the ordinary 
Bargain Sale that you cannot afford 
to miss this extraordinary offering 



NEW YORK OFFICE AND SALESROOMS 

PHONE HARRISON 82 LONG DISTANCE BELL 309 



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THIS SEASON'S MODELS NOW 
EXHIBITED AT OUR GARAGES 




Model "D" 

NINETY HORSEPOWER 

Has the iKwat type motor and a 5>6 
tyiinitf, 42-incl) wkceU and 1 36-inch 
<rh«el-i>aM. An easy-running, itroogly 
built cat in closed and torpedo bodies 



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FORTY HORSEPOWER 

Has the newest type motor and a 5i8 
cylnden 35-inch wheels and 1 24-inch 
wheel-base. A stylish machine. It can 
be equipped with lourint body model 

$2450 





This make of car has always particularly 
stood for comfort. This season's models 
represent the perfection of comfort in the 
automobile line. The detachable doors 
in front assure an added luxury for the 
forward passengers, and by the moving 
of a pin you remove any part of the door. 
They are the ideal cars for pleasure and 
business. The price includes a complete 
equipment with the Dutch doors, folding 
windshield, best grade silk Mohair tops 
and a dust-hood. Large wheels and long 
wheel-bases also contribute to the end of 
more pleasant motoring over rough roads 

The Car of Quality 

HANDSOMELY lUUSTKATEI) BOOKLETS MAILED UPON REQUEST 



SOU. DISnUBimNC agents for THE EASTERN STATES ;: GARAGES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 



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Numerous Souvenirs Obtained 



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The intrinsic value possessed 
by every piece of furniture we 
handle, in space-saving and in labor 
saving qualities, has been most fully 
demon^rated in some of the best 
and largest printing offices in this 
country, where our modern printing 
office furniture and other materials 
have been installed. The very finest 
products of the forest are used in 
building our furniture. This imparts 
elegance, strength and durability, a 
trio of essential qualities. The great 
economic features embodied in our 
wood goods are unsurpassed. Wood 
Type and Borders of modern design 
and all guaranteed uniform in height 



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SF you are one of those city dwellers whose 
early life was passed in the country you 
are the person we have a message for; 
you are the person we can interest because 
you know from experience of the enjoy- 
ment and health there are in plenty of fresh 
air, light.sunshine and roominess of country 
life, and that is the subject of our message 
to you. Business may make it necessary 
that you should be in the crowded, busy city 
every day but the time has come when you 
need not spend the twenty-four hours of the 
day there. Homeland is only fifteen minutes 
from the city. Homeland is located among 
the most peaceful natural surroundings of 
woodland, fields, streams and lakes. It hcis 
all the advantages of the city, including gas, 
electric light, sewers and purest spring water 
plentifully supplied for every purpose. It has 
asphalt streets and the finest crushed stone 
roads into the country, giving the most de- 
lightful opportunity for motoring. Any man 
can own a home here to suit his taste and 
salary. Give us an opportunity to prove this 



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^O TYPES have equaled the 
Cheltenhams in usefulness 
to the commercial printers, 
or brought more profits to 
the printers. ^ No types 
have equaled the Cheltenhams in creat- 
ing and increasing an appreciation of 
the value of good printing among the 
printers' customers. ^No types have 
equaled the Cheltenhams in producing 
harmonious and striking effects with less 
expenditure of time and thought and ex- 
periment on the part of the compositor 



ORIGINATOR OF 
THE CELEBRATED CHELTENHAM FAMILY 
THE LARGEST TYPE FAMILY EVER 
BROUGHT OUT 



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IS BEYOND ALL DOUBT THE MOST POPULAR AND THE MOST DISTINCTIVE 
GATHERING OF RELATIVE TYPE FACES THAT THE WORLD HAS EVER SEEN 



Tk* mmpltlentss of this 

fnal family makts it adaptable 

for all forwu of work 



Most 

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Designs 

Proven by the 
most successful printers 
u and advertisers in 
the world 



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Type Founders 

Company 

Ori(BMtor of Typt fasAiMM 



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Cheltenham Wide 



Cheltenham Medium 



Cheltenham Bold 



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Cheltenham Bold Extra Condensed 



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Cheltenham Bold Italic 



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Cheltenham Extrabold 



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72 Point 3 A $7 75 4 a $5 40 $13 15 

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Ring Chime 



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RENUMBERS 
Enters Design 

48 Point 3 A $4 15 5 a $3 35 $7 50 

HNISH ENGINES 
Crockery Broken 

42 Point 3 A $3 16 6 a $3 25 $6 40| 

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EXPOSED HUNTSMEN 
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Government Inspection 



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Unusual Gathering Expected 
Beautiful Ornaments Chosen 



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Captain Withdrew Regiment 
Important Documents Found 



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SOUTHERN PLANTERS CELEBRATED 
Largest Cotton and Watermelon Crops 
Celebrated Mule Driver Buys Harness 
Warm Weather Causes Much Suffering 
Immense Plantations Sold by Butchers 



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ANCIENT HISTORY MENTIONED 
Handsomest Designs Mailed Today 
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WITHOUT the latest and most artistic 
type faces fine printing is almost an 
impossibility. Novelty in type faces 
is always an incentive to the production of 
beautiful and attractive printing. The new 
Cheltenham Extrabold is a very striking and 
attractive member of the great Cheltenham 
Family and one which will readily lend itself 
to the many requirements of all advertising 
and other display composition. The addition 
of Cheltenham Extrabold to the plant of any 
printer will surely bring its own reward by 
renewed orders and an enviable reputation 
for excellent work. American Tj^pe Designs 
have a decided character and dignity. They 

represent the very best jkMwrnjg^ AM 

workmanship and skill AJVlllKlCAIN 

in their manufacture. A TYPE 

glance at these original POIJNDERS 
American Type Designs i^r^r 

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Facts 



FOR ALL PRINTERS 

THE BEST proof of the value of 
new type faces to the printer is 
shown in the tremendous growth 
of the American Type Founders Com- 
pany, which puts out more new faces 
than edl other type foundries combined. 
The printer finds that the customer's 
eye is caught by the new faces, and 
that his printing orders increase. The 
most pradlicaJ way to obtain difference 
and di^indtion is with the newer type 
faces which give the effect of pleasing 
novelty, without eccentricity. Business 
men of today are demanding pleiin and 
eaisily-read compKJsition, well printed. 
Since this kind of printing is standard- 
ized, the only way in which di^indlion 
can be obtauned is in the use of origi- 
nal display type faces. Many new and 
attradtive faces are shown in this book 

AMERICAN 

TYPE FOUNDERS 

COMPANY 



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COMMERCIAL PRINTING 

From the HAYDEN PRESS 

THE Hayden Press is glad to announce that recent important 
improvements and added facilities make it pradticable to con- 
tinue to turn out the highe^ grade commercial printing at what 
in many cases will represent a material saving in costs as compared 
with the best figures formerly made. Quality of course will remain 
the same, our motto being, "Reliability Plus Progress." Agreeable 
to this idea, we sheJl take pleasure in receiving your printing orders 

THE HAYDEN PRESS, CHICAGO 



Story of 
a Cuban 

A New Novel 
By General Matoz 



' TALE of Cuba 
^ and the famous 
[ war with Spain 
; which many 
brave men laid 
aside all home 
* ties to fight for 
humanity and liberty. The book 
presents a picture of the West 
Indian life which is unsurpassed 
in modern writing for its splen- 
did realism. General Matoz can 
write intelligently of this island. 
He knows Cuba and its people, 
its wonder and charm, and in a 
story centering around a great 
war of rebellion he has taken up 
the fortunes of Alfa Tero, a son 
of Captain Manuel Tero of the 
Cuban army. The book is illus- 
trated in color. The other book 
written by this great author as a 
companion story, "The Island's 
Queen," has proved an unusual 
seller. Price either book, $1.50 

Illustrated by 
Edward Wilders 

THE FAIR 

LIBRARY DEPARTMENT 



Century Burdtr 



Look for this Trade Mark 




Strathmore Mortised Initial 



A Lucky 
Strike 
for You 

You will: find that a 
pair of our Sw^astika 
Shoes will prove the 
lucky strike of your 
shoe-buying tours. In 
every way they make 
good all our claims to 
fit, style and material 

Swastika 
Shoes 

End nerve-worry and 
save foot-faligue.The 
Mrearer is enabled to 
do things on his feet. 
Write for style books 
and name of nearest 
Swastika Shoe Store 

HARRIS CO. 

CLEVELAND 

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MUSIC 



PIANO AND STRINGED INSTRUMENT 
POPULAR BAND MUSIC 

[EARLY three thousand 
selections were sold by 
me during October and 
November. All the old 
favorites and many of 
my own copyrights were represented. 
Many of the season's successes can be 
found here. Best Orchestra and Band 
Music always on hand. Music lovers 
in Rock City are invited to come and 
hear the latest music played. A good 
musician always in charge. Read the 
page advertisement in another section 
of this program concerning the many 
Pianos and other Musical Instruments 
for sale and kept in stock by this store 
at all times. Ten new Pianos on display 

TALXINC MACHINES. RECORDS 
AND DISCS 

R. K. HINES 




ROCK CITY, NEW YORK 




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i ! ! As mahogany is among woods, or 

: : wheat among the grains, or the dia- 
' ] mond among precious stones, so is 
I ;' ■-. the Century Family among types. 

'• No work set in it can look other 

I ; ' than superior. It is impossible to 

I ; : make any work which is set in the 

f ' Century Family look commonplace. 

There is no work (whether the finest 
^' ^ or for the most ordinary of every 

day uses) which cannot appropri- 
ately be set in the Century Family. 
There is no safer purchase, and none 
more useful. The Century Family 
will never go out of fashion as long 
as good typography is in demand. 
It is a classic family and will there- 
fore outlast many other type styles 



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ORIGINATOR OF THE CENTURY FAMILY 



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Century Bold Extended 

Century Oldstyle 

Century Oldstyle Italic 

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72 Point - 3 A $6 25 4 a $4 55 $10 «i 

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Strange Mind 

60 Point 3 A $5 35 5a $4 35 $97(1 

BRIDES HOME 
Royal Grenadier 



48 Point 4 A $3 95 7a $3 90 |786 

HONEST BINDERS 
Design Knife Handle 

42 Point 4A$300 8a$3 25 $6 26 

GRAND COMEDIANS 
Stage Manager Excited 
Delighted Social Parties 

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REMARKABLE METHOD 

Serious Conditions Detected 



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Graduating Exercise Unexplained 



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MODERNIZED RAILROAD SCHEMES 
Distinguished Scholar Receiving Mention 
Banking Question Becoming Complicated 



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BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE 
Charming Landscape Scene 
Fragrant Rosebush Garden 



14 A $140 26m$l«0 $S0O 



STRENUOUS PERFORMANCES 
Audience Extends Congratulations 
Enthusiastic Manager Applauding 



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SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENT REQUIRED 
Original Mechanical Contrivance Sought 
Reconsidering $1234567890 Propositions 



10 Point IT A $115 3Za$136 $2 50 

PROMPT RETURN MENTIONED 
Greater Energy Recently Displayed 
Real Estate and Government Bonds 
Tremendous Deal Lately Negotiated 



9Point 20A$115 38m$lSS $260 

EUROPEAN PRINTERS WELCOMED 
Artistic Designer Promoting Harmony 
Wonderful Combination Demonstrated 
Magnificently Colored Pictures Bought 



gPoint 21A$ia6 42a$120 $226 

EXTRAORDINARY REPORT SUBMITTED 
Interesting Resolution Immediately Endorsed 
Some Propositions Receive Unanimous Vote 
Prospective Members Becoming Very Active 



UPlrfat 17A$llt «S>$I60 $2 75 

EXCITED COMPETITORS RECOGNIZED 
Chromatic Selections Rendered Every Night 
Many Celebrated Philanthropists Organizing 
Resorts Unusually Crowded During August 



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BEAirriFUL HOMESTEAD ONELY DECORATED 
Colonial Architecture Greatly Admired by Contractor 
Grand Paintinjp Procured From European Couotriea 
Charming l^wna and Picturtaque Sloping Meadow* 
Hunting Party LoU in the Wild* ofSouthrm Montana 
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HAMTON BANK 

Suppose you give just a little 
serious consideration to the 
question of savings. One of 
the fundamental laws of life 
is the law of cycles. It can be 
seen all about you. Observe 
the seasons as they revolve 
from seed time unto harvest 
and from harvest to the cold 
winter. These actions occur 
in the history of the people; 
in the lives of nations. You 
have seen this great country 
go through very many alter- 
nating periods of prosperity 
and hard times. History tells 
us of the rise and fall of p 
Nowhere is there an unin 



REMEMBER IT IS NOT THE MONEY WE EARN 
COUNTS IT IS ONLY THE MONEY THAT WE S 




Old Kniflish Border Linear Border No. 2 Versatile Bordei 



Order of Dance 

Starlight Club 

REGULAR MONTHLY 

Entertainment and 
Dance 

MUSIC BY CLUB BAND Vv 



The receipts of this event 
have been ordered set aside for 
the benefit of charity 




The 

Handeson 
Store 

IMPORTERS OF THE 
FINEST 

Chinaware and 
Pictures 




AGENTS FOR 

Relo Statuary 



Kate Creenaway Mignonette 



Modern Cities 



MANY THOUSANDS OF PERFECTLY SATISFIED 
USERS OF OUR PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE 
COUNTRY ATTEST THE SUCCESS ATTAINED 

NESTON, the inventor, was the first 
man to develop a line of reinforced 
concrete lamp standards, and is to- 
day the recognized authority on the 
application of concrete to ornamen- 
tal lighting. The principle, first employed in 
manufacturing ornamental standards for the 
great Neston Lighting Company, was applied 
later to the construction of Jardus Luxolabra 
as described in Section 24 of this catalogue. 
Concrete columns are all made in cast iron 
moulds and the capital and arms are moulded 
in gelatine. The material used depends upon 
the colors and finish desired. For instance, 
lake sand and cement properly mixed gives a 
natural sandstone finish; fine white sand and 
white cement produces a very beautiful white 
marble finish, whereas, white sand and white 
cement mixed with crushed marble presents 
still another appearance. This company is in 
a position to furnish standards in thirty-two 
concrete finishes. Ten designs are always kept 
in stock, believing that the others are merely 
slight modifications and will not be in great 
demand. A frame containing samples of ten 



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Century Oldstyle in Practical Display 




A GENERAL DISCOURSE UPON THE VICISSITUDES WHICH ARE 
ENCOUNTERED BY AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS 

IT HAS been said by some bright person, probably an ad-writer, that 
this is the age of the fountain pen, and the amount of manuscripts 
which are offered to the publishers would certainly lead one to that 
conclusion. A very interesting and characteristic collection they 
are, too, ranging from the delicate, sandalwood scented and beautifully 
wrought pages of a foreign essayist and the pathetically hopeless attempt 
of the neophyte to the bulky reams of the philosopher or scientist. The 
surprising thing is not that so many are found to be unacceptable as that 
so many are found to be passably good. The reader for a prominent 
publishing house has estimated that of the great mass of manuscripts 
which are submitted during a year only about one and one-half per cent 
are published. This does not mean that the others were worthless, but 
simply that they lacked the qualities which were necessary to make them 
available. In the case of fiction, either the plot or the treatment would 
be hackneyed, or lack human appeal, while other manuscripts dealt with 
subjects that had already been better handled, or subjects that are not 
worth handling at all. Many manuscripts miss acceptance because, while 
they are passably good and would probably sell five hundred or even a 
thousand copies, this sale would not be great enough to pay the cost of 
manufacture. Roughly, it takes a sale of about five thousand copies to 
pay expenses, and unless such a sale is practically certain, publication is 
not worth while. The author who really has an interesting narrative to 
tell, or an important message to convey, can usually succeed in finding 
a publisher to undertake the manufacture and sale of the book upon some 
sort of terms. Naturally the publisher makes as good a bargain with the 
author as possible; that is only ordinary business prudence. In fact, the 
author who has written one or more successful books is usually in a 
position to dictate almost any sort of terms. Some of the well-known 
writers are the object of keen rivalry on the part of publishers, and are 
paid large sums in advance royalties. This practice is exciting, but not 
always satisfactory to either party to the contract, especially when the 



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Century Oldstyle Italic 

72 Point 3 A $7 15 4 a $4 60 $1175 

HERMETIC 




60 Point 3 A $6 15 4a $4 00 $1015 

RICHER MINE 

Modern Denizen 

48 Point 4 A $3 75 8a $3 85 $760 

ROUND NUMBER 

Bureau of Industries 

42Point 5A$290 8a$335 $626 Jl 

AMERICAN MINERS 

Brother Declared Insane 
Housewives Complained 

238 l.J| 

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6At270 8«t230 fSOO 



RESOLUTE COMRADES 
Leading Concern Supervised 



OPMst 



6 A 12 40 I0a$2 15 $4 66 



COMBINES STRONG MERITS 
Return of the Scientific Expedition 
Considering Separate Negotiations 



6 A $1 70 12 a $1 80 $3 50 



UNDERGROUND TRANSFERS SOLD 

Modern Ventilating Appliance Employed 
Displays Handsome American Characters 



II Point 



9 A $160 20a $170 $3 30 



UNITED RICHES GIVEN 
Cause Many Aching Hearts 
Reveals Unpleasant Tidings 



14 A $140 29a $160 $3 00 



HOARDED NUMEROUS COINS 
Praises Ludicrous Burlesque Fiasco 
Grotesque Characters Manipulated 



It Mm 



17Atl« 32atl» tZ76 



FIVE ROUND MILLIONS INVESTED 
Land of Golden Sunset Gives Opportunity 
Metropolitan $1234567890 Expenditures 



10 Point 18 A $1 25 3S a $1 25 $2 50 

MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCE 
Chiromantic Development Explained 
Nominal Damages Awarded Clients 
Heirs Claimed Estates in Fee Simple 



9 Point 20 A $125 41 a $126 $2 50 

NUMEROUS SCHEMES OUTLINED 
Sensational Reports Concerning Explorer 
The Government Issues Emphatic Orders 
Ingenious Navigators Experience Trouble 



8 Point 20 A $110 42a $115 $2 25 

DISCONTINUED EVIL PERFORMANCES 
Biennial Celebrations are Financially Successful 
Contemporaneous Technologists Thunderstruck 
Several Printers Lucidly Explain Disappearance 



ITAIItS 86>$I60 $2 76 

STRINGENT MEASURE CONSIDERED 
Congested District Impedes Railroad Progress 
Bright Individuals Demand Neiv Legislation 



« Point 



tSAIOtS 4ta$IOS $100 



RECOMMESPEDMAGSIFICENTINDUCEMEST 
HoMoroble Gmttrmm Prvmmlgate Prv/rsiionat Doctrine 
Numi$malical OMtclon Om/i$ettl€ Lincoln Pmnypim 
SpoMntodic Indigniion Cmu i et Rnointions and Kicking 
Mtdiral Allfndanet $1234567390 Citm Smml CirU 



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Century Oldstyle Italic in Practical Display 






THOUGHTS ON PRINTING 

\HE success or failure of all 
printing is steadily becom- 
ing more dependent upon 
design as used in a broad 
sense. Design includes the 
preliminary outline or main purpose 
and all of the elements by whichprinting 
is made efficient. It therefore contains the 
insight into general business conditions 
and specifically into the business which is 
to be directly served. Design is arrange- 
ment. It is the reasonable and practical 
adjustment of all the mechanical and 
esthetic qualities to produce the very best 
results in competition with all of the rest 
of the world's products. It is one man or 
one establishment against all of the rest. 
Design in printing is the element which 
combines imagination, taste and skill 
to produce a desired and definite result. 
The printing industry may be termed the 
barometer of commercial prosperity. It 
differs from all other industries in that 
it deals with every calling and is closely 
identified with the prosperity of each. A 
manufacturer of shoes has but an aca- 
demic interest in the piano industry, but 
both the shoemaker and the piano man 
are vitally interested in the printing art 




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Let Us Make You a 
Dummy for the Job 



MAIL TO US THE FOLLOWING 
INFORMATION FOR A DUMMY 

Qmmmlily Wamttd 



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T is important in issuing your 

I advertisements that you know 
how they are going to appear 
when finished. The cost can 
be lowered to a minimum since 
you have an idea of the work before it is 
done. If you will give us the information 
asked for on attached postal card, we will 
make you up several dummies, without 
any cost to you, from different grades of 
our papers, and afford to the printer the 
advantage of the color combinations that 
we have found can be used in different 
shades with best results. We have gone 
to considerable expense experimenting on 
these color combinations, with the view of 
being an assistance to you in your work of 
advertising and will appreciate an early 
reply with the accompanying blank sheet 
filled out. We believe we can be of great 
help to the advertiser, and that he will be 
sure to find these samples very valuable 

KENDSORM PAPER HOUSE 

CORNER UNION STREET AND WASHINGTON AVENUE 



Blossoms 



DC 



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Tlw plants that give us tite 
most blossotns are those kept 
young and healthy by people 
who own them. A printing 
plant is no exception to this 
bit of wisdom. The blossoms 
of dividends are reaped only 
by the printer who is careful 
to keep his composing room 
supplied with plenty of type 
of modem design and style 




SMTtlofMl InltiAl Formvr IVlLa Robbla [t»nlrr 



THE GREAT 

HARPIST 



THE DISCUSSION 
OF NOTED MUSIC 



THE JOYCRAFTERS BOOK 
VOLUME FOUR HUNDRED 



241 



Century Oldstyle Bold 

120Point 3A$1260 4a$805 $2066 

HE Did 



3A$965 4a$S20 $1585 



HINTED 
Big Shop 

84 Point 3A$760 4a$485 $12 46 

MONGER 
Sold Crispl 



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3At7)» 4at500 (1296 



KIND MEN 
High Banks 

• Paint 3A»620 4atStE tlOU 

SEIZE KNIFE 
Reports Given 
Useful Camels 

''*f<**t .tAM96 4at3m 1875 

BOYS CHASED 
Company Stops 
Before Exercise 



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Century Oldstyle Bold 

*'*^°'"'^ 4 A $4 25 eaf^iW $7 85 

RIGHT NUMBER 

Stronger Material 
Prince and Dukes 



4 A $3 45 7a $3 20 



HONOR MEMBERS 
Catalogue Designers 
Buildings Important 



4A$270 7a$260 {62 



HUNTS KINGFISHERS 
Determined Compositor 
Curious Detective Story 



6A$225 9a $2 15 $4 40 



REMARKABLE MANSIONS 
Asked Matrimonial Question 
Enterprising Students Retire 



244 




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BA tl 7A 12i«l HA $»fiO 



DISFRANCHISING COUNCILMEN 

Educational Departments Suffering 
Strong Administrations Established 



l» Point 



9 A $1 65 I8a$170 13 25 



HISTORICAL SPEAKER BECAME KNOWN 
Century Oldstyle Bold Prints Very Distinctly 
Marvelous Building Erected Near Broadway 
Many Handsome Features Contained Within 



UPMnI 



12 A $1 40 24 a SI 60 $3 00 



FOREIGN WRESTLER DEVELOPING MUCH MUSCLE 
Heavyweight Brewery Worker Easily Downed Tuesday 
Giant Covered Five Miles Before Breakfast During Rain 
Sporty Newspaper Reporters Crowd Training Quarters 
Photographs Rapidly Purchased by Admirers Every Day 



14At126 29a $160 $2 75 

CAREFUL COMPOSITORS HIRED 
Disastrous Railroad Wreck Averted 
Fireman Stops Engine on Sidetrack 
Open Switch Nearly Caused Trouble 
Companies $1234567890 Jubilant 



8 Point 19 A II 06 38a$120 $225 

COMPOSITORS RECEIVE CHARTERS 
Grand Picnics Attract Several Athletes 
Exquisite Medals Presented Contestant 
Starting Point Crowded with Spectators 
Beautiful Women Adore Hero Lifesaver 
Excursionists Traveled Over Mountain 
Stylish Young Conductor Takes Tickets 



MMm ICAtlSO a2m|130 12 SO 

PROSPEROUS MERCHANT RETIRED 
Spends Leisure Hours Reading Hamlet 
Money Became Useful in Declining Days 
Was Ribbon Counter Expert Early in Life 
Contemplating Enormous Improvement 
Retains Bachelor Quarters in Patterson 



6 Point 



21At096 42a n OB t200 



DEMONSTRATION INTERESTED FARMERS 
General Advertiaind Display Series Deliiihting 
Brave Detective Foiled Hiithwayman in Street 
Desperate Safecrackers Fouilhl Atfainst Police 
These American Type Faces I'Icase Customer* 
Remarkable Trip Taken to London and N'enice 
German Sintfinu Society Kntertnins (>oldHnlitll 
Choice Fruits and \'cMetables Procured 'I'oday 
Some Bankers $12a-t3(>7HiM) Make Expenses 



UAtiao 37a tlM CM 

MANY HlMOROrs STORIES PUBLISHED 
Made by American Type Founders Company 
Contain Modern Wit fhrouKhout Entire Book 
Awkward German Sayings Amused Children 
Graceful and I)i({nified Characters Produced 
Originated Beautiful Ornaments and Borders 

Z45 



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HANDSOMK ADVnrmSMBNTS BECAME POPULAR 
Compoallura Oli Bl lad B— Mti ful Cvnlvry OldttlyU Bold 
Ur««l St*aai«ra Cl*sr*d Port Salrly Loaded with Mora** 
Hsndaom* Building i>«-»troyrd by Tornado l^al Month 
ContsliU Dicnlflcd Character Thrnutfhout Kntirr Svriaa 
Wonderful Ballleahlpa Enirr Harbor Ourtna War tiaOM 
Oovammafll Ea*ploy*«a Racaptna prom Federal Priaona 
tjirftvt Island Inhabited by Peculiar Lookina Creatureo 
llronae Slalue Ite^'omea Tarnlahed From Reins ICxpoaed 



Century Oldstyle Bold in Practical Display 



The New Wing 
Horton Mailer 




The Most 
Accurate 
Machine 
of its Icind 
on the 
Marliet 



For many years the Horton Mailer has been characterized as the best. The many 
testimonials applauding its merit are evidence, together with continued and repeated 

orders, that unquestionably proves it has maintained 
its reputation. All developments of weakness in the 
Horton have been carefully noted and remedied and 
several new^ and valuable features have been added 

MADE IN SIX SIZES 
No. 1 Mailer, 1 7-8 inch No. 4 Mailer, 3 inch 
No. 2 Mailer, 2 1-4 inch No. 5 Mailer, 3 1-2 inch 
No. 3 Mailer, 2 5-8 inch No. 6 Mailer, 3 7-8 inch 

In ordering be particular to give width of list to be used 
so that machine may be properly fitted for your work 

For sale \ . T^ "t? j /^ 

by the American 1 ype r ounders L'O. 




Cast Squares Twentieth Century Ornament 



THE HEMPEL MONARCH 

Quoin 

Has all the best features of the 
Improved Hempel Quoin with 
the extra advantage of a self- 
locking device. It is simple in 
formation and at the same time 
easy to operate, requiring little 
or no attention after the 
form is on the press. A 
neat circular, containing 
extra details, prices, etc. 
will be furnished to any 
one who feels interested 

AMERICAN 

TYPE FOUNDERS CO. 



ART 



IN PRINTING 




The Kind Your Patrons 
Are Looking For 



Secured With 

American Line 
Type Faces 



Wayside Ornament 



246 



VersatiU' Omamtnt 



Century Oldstyle Bold in Practical Display 



Perfumes 



IMPART A DELICATE AND PLEASING FRAGRANCE THAT REMINDS ONE 
OF SUNSHINE AND ROSES. THE FASHION LEADERS OF PARIS PREFER IT 

THIS choice selection of perfumes 
is the product of Ferries & Larue 
one of the oldest and most celebrated 
firms of chemists and makers of toilet 
articles in Paris. The signatures of the 
firm on its packages of perfumes stand 
for perfection in all the word implies 



EACH package of these 
powdered perfumes is 
put up in dainty air-tight 
boxes and guaranteed to 
hold their fragrance until 
used. These extracts are 
made from a formula that 
is only understood by the 
makers, and consequently 
can't be duplicated. Have 
been used for years by the 
most exclusive families of 
Europe and stand today 
the most popular articles 
of their kind in the world 



HARRIS & MORSE 

IMI-OKTKKS AM) MAMFACTl'RERS OF SELECT TOILET ARTICLES 

Bond and Oakford Streets CHICAGO, ILL. 

Fnriiitn f)f(ici-H: 7<$« Rue Lafayette, Paris, and 195 Middlesex Street, London 



SOME people prefer the 
liquid perfume, and to 
satisfy the demand of this 
class of patrons a special 
line of delightful extracts 
has been prepared and put 
up in handsome cut-glass 
bottles, making a splendid 
ornament for the boudoir 
or a delightful present for 
any occasion 
Our special 
price list is 
now ready 
for mailing 



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Century Oldstyle Bold Italic 

72 Point 3 A $7 80 4 a $6 00 $1280 

HUNTERS 
Shops Built 

60 Point 3 A $6 80 4 a $4 60 $11 40 

REPRINTED 
After Burglar 
House Rented 



54 Point 3A$50B 5a$395 $900 

QUIETNIGHT 

Grand Banquet 
Required News 

248 I 

11 




Century Oldstyle Bold Italic 



3A»4 0r> 6>f406 t8 10 



NOTEDSINGER 
Entertain Society 
Husky Merchants 

a Paint 3 A (3 15 6 a (3 16 t«SO 

LENDING MONEY 
Oketown Physicians 
Surprising Gymnast 

K Paint 4A$266 7a$265 $530 

PRINTER EXAMINES 
Jersey ite Injured Hyena 
Compositors Improving 



■ PMU 



BAt226 8«t200 $425 



PROSPERITY CONTINUES 
Confirmed Bachelor Repents 
Truthful Lawyers Discovered 
Blacksmith Giving Reception 



249 



Century Oldstyle Bold Italic 



24 Point 



6 A $1 85 10 a $1 75 ^60 



BURNED MANSION DESERTED 
Printing Specimens Receive Praise 
Honorably Discharge Irish General 
Incapacitated Lieutenant Removed 



18 Point 



9 A $1 55 16 a $1 70 $3 25 



PERFORMANCE CONTINUED TUESDAY 
Congressman Front Missouri Congratulated 
Foreigners Escaping Quarantine Inspectors 
Honest Conductor Receives Handsome Gifts 



14 Point 



12 A $1 40 23 a $1 60 $3 00 



RETURNED NINETEEN THOUSAND WEDNESDAY 
Detective Discovering Counterfeiters Notifies Inspector 
Infuriated College Professor Denounces Clever Student 
Twelve Distinguished Compositors Recently Competed 
National League Baseball Commission Entertainment 



12 Point 



15 A $130 28a $146 $2 75 



EXHIBITS HANDSOME DESIGN 
Noname Pleasure Club Organized 
Child Graduate Surprises Teacher 
Printers $1234567890 Manicured 



8 Point 



19A$110 38a $115 $22 



SOUTHERN BOULEVARD ELEGANT 
Great Mechanic Invents Useful Knives 
Professional Ballplayer Congratulated 
Entertainment Commencing Saturday 
Heroic Firemen Miraculously Escaped 
Mechanics Recognized Superintendent! 



10 Point 



16 A $120 30a $130 $2 60 



CONFIRMING REPORTS RECENTLY 
Lieutenant Recovers Important Papers 
Gigantic Steamer Returning Thursday 
Housesmiths Building Elegant Bridges 
Titled Foreigner Marries Stenographer 



9 Point 



18 A $1 20 36 a $1 30 $2 60 



MECHANICS ENCOURAGE APPRENTICE 
Printer Discovered Pressman on Broadivay 
Enthusiastically Received Handsome Singer 
Champion Billiard Players Gave Exhibition 
International Bowling Tournament Closing 
Farmer Talking Scientifically Missed Watch 

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6 Point 21 A $0 95 42 a $1 05 $2 C 

MOTHER PRAISED TRUTHFUL CHILDREK 
Congressional Documents Recovered Mondajf 
Handsome Inventor Mysteriously Disappear^ 
Public School Graduate Wins Diamond Meda^\ 
Champion International Swimmer Compete^^M 
Clever Football Instructors Seriously InjureSM 
Inspector Changes $1234567890 Complainltit 



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5 Point 



19 A $0 95 38 a $1 05 $2 00 



CLEVER CHICAGO HEIRESS REFUSED NOBLEMAN 
Compositors Showing Handsome Specimens of Printing 
Century Otdstyle Bold Italic Useful in Job Composition 
Distinguished Irish Gentleman Distributing Sovereigns 
Honest Independent Youth Returning Enormously Rich 
Fourteenth Consecutive Brooklyn Handicap Completed 
Former Collegians Recognized Oldtime Acquaintances 
Meditated Seriously on Enterittg Regents Examination 
Handsome Youna y^'oman Discovers Missing Diamonds 






Century Oldstyle Bold Italic in Display 

Travel 
Outfits 

PATENT GRIP 

Something new and original. Every traveling man should have 
one. The tnosl compact grip ever sold. Contains all you need and 
insures the comforts of home. Send for catalogue "Travel Outfits " 

C. R. THOMIER CO., CUBA, N. Y. 




icnU lloKton ItD-lon C-aat Squi 



Finest 
Paper 

SECTION SIX 

The papers shown in 
this section of Pike's 
Sample Book are all 
the very best. A fifty 
per cent, discount is 
allowed on all orders 
for box stationery or 
invitation slock that 
are shown in section 
six. All Pike's Finest 
Paper bears the Two 
Cannon water -mark 

S. I. Pike Co. 

sot -TH ULfFALO.JV. Y. 




ZOMA 

COLD CREAM 




TESTIMONIALS FROM 
SOME FAMOUS STAGE 
PEOPLE OF THE LAND 



"Heattty in only akift deep and 
Xttma Cream wnakea the akin" 



Th* thkt .tmrnu .^ U.U vmtrm »m niited mi ■ UUWi ta« THmmn 



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Come Next Friday and Help Us 

Celebrate 

Our Furniture Sale 

"^ "W XE HAVE just completed the new 
%/%/ addition to our furniture store in 
¥ ¥ time to accommodate a very large 
shipment of new stock. We intend cele- 
brating the event on Friday, September 
first, and will offer some rare bargains in 
furniture and carpets. Many pieces have 
tieen marked down below cost. We must 
make room for the new. From the many 
t>argains we display below three samples: 






Morris Chairs 
sold for $8.50 
on this ^^ r" 
Friday ». ) %J 




Parlor Suites in 
various designs 

,r°$i6 




Brass Beds in 
Mission styles 
on this rTj Q 
Friday JpO 






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Celebration Roi 




300C 



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Twentieth Century Type Designs for 
Twentieth Century Printers 



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Hays & Co. 



Mothers 

Our twenty-eighth season as leaders in 
winter wear for children will be fittingly 
celebrated with a great New Year Display 
of exclusive and fashionable clothing. 

You are urged to visit our store during 
the special display days, January second 
and third. Bring the little tots along. 



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For Baby 

Htiff Soap IS Ihc ideal bath soap for a baby 
hcraiixr it soothes the skin and cleanses in 
Ihi- ttfft nitttle manner. It will keep the skin 
%u>.l. u hiiti'some and healthy. Hi (( bar 2 He 



Always Pure 



For sale at 
all leading 
drug stores 
in the land 



ROSE SOAP 



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Century Expanded 

72 Point 3 A $6 70 4 a $4 20 $10 90 

MERINGUE 

Kings Incline 
Such Domain 

60 Point 3 A $5 20 4 a $3 65 $8 86 

ROME BURNS 

Quiet Dungeons 
Lemon Crushed 

48 Point 4 A ?3 95 6 a $3 65 iH BQ 

MEMBERS UNITE] 

Speculator Retreat^ 

Harmony Enhanced 



Century Expanded 

4Af3l6 TatSlO t62S 

RENTED BUNTINGS 
Secured Remuneration 
Graceful Dance Sketch 

m pDinI 4A$2SO Tal2S0 (SflO 

GENEROUS BRITISHER 
Rutland Mentions Dickens 
Limousine Manufacturing 

■ Ntil 5AS2 0a 10a $2 25 $4 25 

HENRICKSON REIMBURSED 
Expeditions Involved Great Peril 
Maneuvering Seaman Triumphs 
Discern Enemy's Base Intriguery 



MMm 



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NINETEEN FARMERS IN TROUBLE 
Century Expanded Important Creation 
Unusual Beauty Ingeniously Developed 
Judicious Users Receive Nice Contracts 



266 



Century Expanded 



18 Point 



9 A $1 45 20 a $1 80 $3 25 



RENDERING DENIZENS CERTAIN BENEFITS 
Delivered Strong Forceful Argument Convincingly 
Legislature Enacts Subject of Extended Discussion 
Oratorical Efforts Reconcile Seeming Inconsistency 



14 Point 



12 A $130 26a $170 $3 00 



FUNGUS GROWTH ENDANGERS CONIFEROUS FORESTS 
Many Insectivorous Birds Furnish Probable Solution of Problem 
Enthusiastic Botanists and Nature Experts Show Exasperation 
Interesting Research Concerning Protracted Incubating Season 



12 Point 



15A$125 32a$150 $2 75 10a$060 

REPRESENTATIVE BUTCHERS INTERRUPTED THE PROCEEDINGS 
Returning Saunterer Discovers Remarkable Songbird on Hyperborean Coast 
Seaside Mallow Beautifies Northern Marshes During August and September 
Numerous Doubting Scientists Plan Investigation Before Accepting Records 



11 Point 18 A $1 30 37 a $1 45 $2 75 11 A $0 60 

HISTORICAL LIBRARIES RANSACKED 
Archives Searched for Ancient Folklore Tale 
Investigators Continue Labors Till Daybreak 
Explanation of Quaint Dutch Custom Sought 



6 Point 



24 A $0 90 48 a $1 10 $2 00 20 A $0 60 



MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS ORGANIZED SOCIETIES 
Dangerous Chasms Crossed by Means of Rope Bridges 
Delightful Excursion Party Being Entertained Today 
Rehearse Day's Exciting Experiences and Adventures 
Women Wading Cool Swift Mountain Streams Shriek 
Stories of Narrow $1234667890 Escapes from Precipices 



10 Point 18 A SI 15 36a$135 $2 60 13a $0 60 

BENEFACTORS EMPLOYED KIDNAPPER 
Magnificent Productions Tempt Curio Hunters 
Collusion of Interests Ratifies Queer Procedure 
Modest Blacksmith Surprises Dignified Editors 

9 Point 21 A $1 16 42 a $1 35 $2 50 16 A $0 50 

MOUNTAIN GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION ENDS 
Interesting and Extensive Paleontological Research 
Enthusiastic Money Lenders Contribute Sovereigns 
Mythological Creatures Enthuse Serious Professors 

8 Point 20 A $1 05 40 a $1 20 $2 25 16 A $0 60 

STARTLING AMERICAN INVENTION OPERATED 
Sententious Observations Entertain Danish Philosopher 
Numerous Vanishing Products Renewed Simultaneously 
Curious Bystanders Desiring Information Crowd Streets 

7 Point 23A$105 46 a $120 $2 25 18 A $0 60 

PURCHASERS CONSIDERING THE PROBABLE INCOMES 
Investing Moneys Only in Substantially Manufactured Products 
Reputations Founded Upon Quality Receive First Consideration 
Large Orders Given Houses Featuring Tried and Proven Goods 

256 



5V2 Point 



22 A $0 95 44 a $106 $2 00 20 A $0 60 



DIGESTIBLE APPETIZER TANTALIZING FISHES 
Further Investigation Reveals String Attached to Bait 
Important Document Unearthed Near Great Warship 
Procures Exquisite American Borders and Ornaments 
Astonishing Financial Gains From Meagre Beginning 
Most Determined Effort Likely to Win Lasting Laurels 



6 Point 



23 A $0 95 46 a $1 05 $2 IX) 



HANDSOMEST DESIGNS RECEIVED HIGHEST HONORS 
Years of ExperienceEnable the Production of Better Products 
Originality Next to Accuracy and Detail is a Big Asset in the 
Printing Business. Here is Where American Faces Excel All 
Others, Commanding that Distinctiveness Peculiar to the Best 
Preserving That Artistic Touch Coupled With Clear Legibility 



4'^ Point 19 A $0 95 38 a $1 05 $2 00 

IMPEDIMENTS OF GREAT MARCH OB' PROGRESS OBLITERATED 
Whole Block of Dilapidated Structures Removed to Make Room for Tall 
Buildings of Massive Proportions and Embodying in Their Construction 
Grand Conceptions of Architectural Design, Beauty and Convenieoee of 
Interior Arrangement, Improved Ventilating System, Brilliantly U8:litet; 
Corridors Connecting Fast and Unsurpaased Electric Elevator Facilities 



4 Point 21 A $0 86 42 a $1 15 $2 Oil 

EDITOR GREATLY ENTHUSED ON HEARING OF API-OINTMENT 
OHicial Notice From Washington to Fill an Important Diplomatic Statu' 
Authorities Had Lone Sought After Man of Unusual Tact and Sagacil 
Complicated Intricate and Delicate Problems to be Studied and Adjustci 
Face to Face With Questions Concerning the International Peace or Ws 
Grand Celebration and Banquet Tendered Editor by Home ConatttPen' 



Century Expanded in Practical Display 






OUR NEW TYPE FACES 

MODERN printing seems 
to be getting away from 
eccentricity. Designs in 
type should not be crowded or 
over-ornamented. There is such 
a mass of printing being put out 
from all sides, both in literature 
and advertising, that in order 
to get a difference the printer 
must use new faces. They must 
be easily read. The easiest way 
to get a difference is with new 
faces, and the printer with the 
greatest number of new faces 
can create the most work ; the 
reason is that he can offer his 
customers a maximum amount 
of difference. The best proof of 
the value of new faces for the 
printer is shown in the growth 
of the American Type Foundry 



A STORY OF THE SUCCESS 
OF A WELL KNOWN FIRM 
LOCATED IN EAST BERLIN 

This is a small booklet, but its 
contents disclose a great deal 
about a certain large print shop 
in this city. If you can use any 
printed matter it will prove to 
be an interesting booklet. And 
not only that, it will also be a 
profitable outlaying of time to 
look through its contents. This 
print sHbp is located at Eighth 
street and Hamilton avenue; it 
is, as you well know, practically 
in the very heart of the business 
district. Incidentally, the shop 
is composed of a large, roomy 
and well-lighted floor, with all 
the modem advantages that are 
to be acquired from the 
architect's brain. This 
plant is equipped with 
newest printing 
material which 
was chosen with 
a view of being 
serviceable and 
distinctive, thus it 
enables us to print 




ArtOniaRi«ntl-ia0002 MrrcMtlW Rordar No. 49 




BEAUTIFUL scenery abounds about Islandwood and 
makes it one of the most picturesque places in this 
part of the country. This is a conveniently situated 
resort, possessing many varied attractions, and is sure to 
become the most popular summer resort, as evidenced by 
the fact that many of America's wealthier people are now 
making their summer home at Islandwood. Boating and 
fishing are also drawing features for this lake in summer 



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SHOES 



THE EXCLUSIVE CENTURY MODELS 



The Boot Shops 
of Quality 



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We offer you in ready-to-wear 
shoes all the comfort and ease 
of custom service— the result <5 

of our life-long experience in custom boot 

making— yet you pay only for the material 

and built-in value of the sh oes. Centurv 

shoe -service -by -post affords 

to patrons at a distance an 

opportunity to secure literal 

correctness and the acme of 

comfort in footwear, quite as 

satisfactory by the mails as if 

purchased in person. Upon 

request we will furnish large 

photographic reproduction of 

current shoe styles for street 

dress or sporting wear. Our 

ready-to-wear shoes, the only 

shoes of similar character and 

quality ever offered to buyers 

public ready-to-wear, are sold 

from seven dollars upward 

Individual Recc 

Perfect records are kept of all our 
fittings, and all you will need to 
do after your first order is to write 

or wire your requirements as toj 

kinds of shoes or occasion of wearing and the 
right shoes will go forward within the hour, all 
at our risk and with our guarantee of satisfaction 



FRED SMITH 

Ye Bootmaker for Men and Women 




Select Xmas 
Furnishings 




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VERY year we take 
particular notice of 
the numerous gifts 
selected from our stocks 
and we have arranged to 
display the largest and 
most attractive line of 
furnishing goods ever 
offered Xmas shoppers 
in this city. For those 
who cannot come to the 
store, we have compiled 
a catalogue with prices 

Hermis & Sons 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 



New York City 

Philadelphia 

Saint Louis 

Cleveland 

Chicago 

Boston 




Trade Cut Holiday Decorator Cast Squan 



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THE SUNSETS OF AMERICA 



By A. TRAVELER 



TOURISTS and travelers have written much 
concerning the many beauties of the sunsets 
of S'onvay and of Surdeii and of other foreign 
countries. But America is not far behind in this 
respect. In times to come parts of this country 
wUI become noted for their beautiful sunset effects, 
M they should be now. Without leaving his own 
eoontry an American may see a greater variety of 
mountain, plain and glacier sunset scenery than 
can be found in all Europe. In addition he has the 
opportunity of witnessing tonal effects such as may 
be observed in no other part of the world. 

There is probably no more beautiful spectacle than 
■ Minset in the fiad Lands, which lie between North 
Dakota and Montana. Even at high noon the tones 
in these dead, barren hills are wonderful; the colors 
run through the entire gamut of the color scale. 
The most gorgeous reds, the palest and most deli- 
cate blues, the softest pinks and the most blatant 
yellowa are 
jvabled to- 
gether and 
softened by 
the atmos- 
phere. 

As the sun 
sets the nat- 
ural colors 
change. Tht' 
hills seem tu 
he bathed in 
transparent 
filmsof ever- 
changing co- 
lor, ^le reds 
an changed 
intodeepanil 
translucent 
purples as 
the sun get.<i 
lower, and 

the delicate pinks are strengthened until they be- 
come livid, flaring vermilions. As the sun nears 
the horixon these changes are effected with almost 
Startling rapidity. One can scarcely wink without 
opening his eyes on an entirely new scene. The 
iwnlts are almost kaleidoscopic. 
^Tbe autumn sunsets in some parts of the AVic 
1 Staten are also glorious. Such beautiful 
: scenes as one witnesses in this part of the 
Btry have proved an inspiration for many of the 
t examples of our American art. The country 
Franconia, in New Hampuhire, is the seat 
of a eolony of artists, drawn to this section by the 
heantiesof the local sunsets, franconia is situated 
in the heart of the While Mountaing, in themselves 
OM of the beauty-spots of the continent. On all 
•Mas rise the rugged, stolid hills. Down through 
l^ym immia there flows the Pemigeiceimet River, 
aUooMring in silvery and golden beauty. The sunset 
paintings produced by the artistic colony who have 
eapttir*d this section have attracted wide attention 
tknvghout the worW of art. Even in the more 
thiAljr settled and conventional sections of our 




THE I'PPIOt \l-;.i 




country the beauty of the sunsets is rarely ever 
surpassed. Seldom can an artist's brush truthfully 
portray the beauties of an Ohio River sunset. 
Through a rift a ball of burnished gold illuminates 
the ragged edges of the cloud tops and casts over 
the almost rippleless stream a sheen of molten 
gold. The sun-tipped clouds reflect their splendor 
in the glassy mirror of the river and cast upon the 
foliage and the meadows of the banks a tinge of 
opalescent yellow. 

One American artist of great prominence has 
devoted himself almost entirely to sunsets. The 
paintings of Gilbert Futrelle have won a reputation 
throughout the world. The first examples of his 
work to attract attention were done in the far 
west, most of them in the Grand Canyon of the 
Colorado. An exhibition of these paintings hung 
at the St. Stephen's Club in Chicago made a distinct 
sensation and were highly praised by the critics. 

Thereafter 
Mr. Futrelle 
made a two- 
years' trip 
to the Arctic 
region lying 
about Baff- 
in' a Bay. He 
painted fifty 
canvases or 
more, suffer- 
ing terrible 
hardships 
and facing 
difficulties 
which have 
been experi- 
enced by no 
other enthu- 
siast in the 
pursuit of 
art. After he 
returned to the States some of his Arctic sunset 
pictures were reproduced in colors in an issue of 
a New York magazine. They caused a great deal 
of comment and were declared the most unique 
paintings ever executed by an artist of any repute. 
Before the interest in his works had subsided, Mr. 
Futrelle was off for new fields; this time he camped 
in the Bad Lands, just to the east of Glendive. "The 
atmosphere of the country lent to his work here a 
larger element of impressionism than had before 
been noticeable. As usual, sunsets composed a 
large part of his work in this country. 

At the end of six months he returned to New 
York City. For something more than two years he 
was comparatively idle. During this time, how- 
ever, he painted many sunset scenes, both in winter 
and summer, taking usually as his subjects the 
Palisades. He also worked along the New Jersey 
coast, and some of the paintings executed about 
this time are numbered among the best of his life's 
work. Two of them are now jiung in the Museum 
of Chromatic Art in New Zealand. For the past 
two years he has been located in San Francisco. 



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Century Expanded Italic 

72 Point 3 A $6 75 4 a $4 40 $11 16 

HERDINGS 

Zone Exempt 
Bridge Metal 

60 Point 3A $5 60 4a $3 80 $940 

MEND STOCK 

BuilderDorian 
Easter Beauties 



48 Point 3 A $3 65 7 a $3 85 $7 60 

RIGHT MINDERS 

Arousing Kingdom 



Exacted Conception 



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Century Expanded Italic 

^_, . 4AJ335 6a}300 $6 36 

S rmnt 

MODERN FIGHTER 

Selects Genial Designs 
Handsome Characters 

^p,^, 4At236 gatZ70 ISOS 

PRODUCT EXPORTED 

Lodged Zealous Confidence 
Important Market Opened 

aMM 5AI196 10at230 $4 25 

DISCONTINUES COMBINES 
Substantial Country Bungalows 
Remarkable Beauties Examined 
Method for Thinking Advertisers 



A A $1 70 12 a $1 90 $3 60 



BENIGNITY CONFIRMS VICTORY 
Notable Conscientious Founders Work 
Extraordinary Achievement Published 
Noteworthy Features Enhanced Beauty 



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18 Point 



9 A $150 21 a $180 $3 30 

EXAMINE ADVERTISEMENT STRUCTURE 

Psychological Experiments with Various Industrial 
Literature Disclose Profitably Adapted Advantages 
Typographical Investment is Beyond Expectations 



13 A $1 35 28a $165 $300 



DETERMINED ADVERTISERS EXHIBIT EXPERIENCE 

Significant Tendency Toward Exclusively Ornamental Design 
Reporting Extraordinary Fantastic Evolution of Embellishers 
Many Educated Users of American Type Founders Company 



16 A $1 30 30 a $1 45 $2 76 



PRINTERS REVIEWING ULTIMATE HISTORICAL COMBINATION 
Deadly Monotony in Printing is Prevented by Installing the Newest Designs 
Permanently Recognized Business-Compelling Typographic Laws Necessary 
Comely Women Demonstrating $123Jt567890 Remarkable Electric Sprinkler 



11 Point 18 A $1 35 35 a $1 40 $2 76 

ENGINES ENDANGER HUMAN LIVES 
Crowded Thoroughfares Cause Disturbance 
Strap-Hanging Habit Revolutionizes Travel 
Twelve Reputable Boston Residents Involved 

10 Point 18 A $1 20 36 a $1 30 $2 50 

MANAGERS MAKE STRONG PROTESTS 
Hotel Guests Mutual Benefit Society Framing 
Demands Incorporating Arbitrary Resolutions 
Great Celebrations Remained Unexceptionable 



6 Point 



iA$100 46 a $100 $2 00 



INVESTORS REALIZE GREATER DIVIDENDS 
Weary Stockholders Receiving Docu-mentary Evidence 
Municipal Building Completed on Twentieth of April 
Dreaming of Several Mansions aiid Beautiful Garden 
Propositions For Faithful Unquestioning Acceptance 
British Soldiers Reviewed $123^567890 by Compositors 



S'li Point 



20A $100 40a$100 SZOO 



PROLIFIC ORIGINALITY LOSES COMPETITION 
The American Type Founders Company Entered the 
Industry of Type Making With a Policy Which Would 
Not Allow Even the Appearance of Imitation andSlill 
Demands Originality in All its Newest Type Creations 
Wise Printers Will Make Their Selectiojis of Type and 
Brass Rule from ATtumg Our Many Beautiful Designs 



9 Point 



20 A $1 15 41 a $1 36 $2 50 



5 Point 



22 A $0 95 44 a $1 05 $2 00 



REGISTERED PHARMACISTS STUDY DRUG 
Secret Fountain Containing the Youth Perpetual 
Modern Ponce de Leon Highly Rewarded Publicly 
Distinguished Scientists Claim Noted Discoveries 

8 Point 20 A $1 05 42 a $1 20 $2 25 

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION COMPLAINING 
General Manifestations Revealed International Interest 
Prospective Investor Desired Certain New Information 
Rapidly Spreading Broadcast Throughout the Universe 



7 Point 25 A $1 10 50 a $1 15 $2 26 

QUESTIONS ELIMINATING PRICE-CUTTING PRINTER 
Hopeful Outlook Largely Represents Conditional Improvement 
Dependent Primarily Upon Advantages Maintained Mutually 
Two Bankers Determine Price by Means of Tiresome Figuring 

262 



PRESENTS UNPRECEDENTED FORCEFUL APPEALS 
That Advertising Geniuses Have Realized the Supreme Vahu 
Of Effective Printing ia Evidenced by Increasing Quantitie* OJ 
Industrial Advertising Issued Since The Great Type Families 
Of This Company Lending Unprecedented Force and Marksd \ 
Business-Compelling Influence Have Become More Accessible 
With Recognized Power to Express Individual Characteristiea 



4>-i. Point 



19 A $0 95 38 a $105 $2 0(i 



PURCHASED INDIVIDUAL TYPE DESIGNS FOR CLIENTAl. 
You Remember the Story of a Drummer Who lUmized the Coei of Bi^ 
Winter Overcoat in Hiit ExpfnM Aceounl. That Item Woe Striclcen 0/ 
Next SeoJion Hia Expense Account Went Through Flying . "laee."eaul 
Hie Manager, "That You Haveji't Another Overcoat in Your Aeewni 
This Trip." "Oh, It'e There All Right," Replied the Honfet Drummer 
Printers Could Profitably Treat Type ae the Drummer did the Overeoat 



4 Point 



22 A $0 85 44a $116 $2 



AMBITIOUS PRINTERS SECURING NUMEROUS CUSTOMEIl>i 
When a Printer Installs a New Type Design Antbitious Aepirattans i 
Present Hie Customers With the Opportunitu of Sharing his Enioymet' 
Accelerate His Oum Thoughts and Movements Coiueguentig He Gets 
Move On Him and Business Com^e Easier and More Profitably. Type i 
Certainty the Life-Blood of ths Print Shop. Successful Printers Ulin 



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TiM Umllh Nook 



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Ommti.Vmmr r mm$ i 

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ESTABLISHED 1911 



The 



Hight Company 

Floriculturists and 
Gardeners 




PREFACE ABOLISHED 

\Sit is a matter of course 
\for the author respon- 
sible for the publication 
of a book to feel a certain 
amount of anxiety lest 
tkt nader should not be appreciative 
of its msriU. and out of this anxiety 
comes what is commonly known as 
a "preface." Ths author feels that 
he must meet the prospective reader 
at the threshold, and in some fashion 
prepare him for the disappointment 
that is to follow. I omit from the pres- 
ent volume any form of preface, for 
two reasons— neither of which I feel 
ealUd upon to give. To each reader I 
vould say: ' 'In thanking you for your 
flattering request I must here express 
my regret that I am unable to avail 
myself of your offer, as I shall be 
oeeupiedfor several months prepar- 
ing manuscripts. " H.J. A nonymous 



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Century Expanded 
Italic 

"nia M am American 
Itinm Typ* adapUibU 
for printing hookUit, 
announetintnla, est* 
aloffuat, fotd^rt and 
0CA#r (u(r«rfuiii|r '•'- 
traimr*. TkxM fact \» 
vwrir •omJit r^ad and 
■tfradtiv <o (A« «iirr. 
amd pamtmimy indi- 
ridumhtp (rAiVA girm 
dithm^wtmtm. It i« 
ae**mtifiealtig *^t and 
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tht Jcrr^W t9Hmrm ar* 
fitmtnalsd to an tiii- 
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A Type 
Without Hairlines 



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Century Bold 

120 Point 8 A $10 80 4 a $7 70 $18 50 

BIG Hit 



3 A J8 80 4 a $6 20 $15 00 



EDITION 
Gold Dust 



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84Point 3A$7(XI 4a$500 $1200 

RECITING 
Made King 



Century Bold 

_. SA»e«5 4aM40 $1105 

MINISTERS 
Cleans Brush 



MPMnt 



3A ISOO 4a<3'n) $8 70 



IRON GIRDER 
Electric Launch 



4AtS8S 6at36S t7M 



DESIGNS RUINED 
Executed Muscovite 



4AS3 16 7at32D t6 36 



CITIZENS REFUSED 
Projected Exploration 
Englishmen Interested 



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.36 Point 



4A$255 7a$2.50 15805 



NUMBER GOLD BONDS 
Forceful Method Admired 



30 Point 



5 A $195 10a $2 30 $4! 



TREMENDOUS ENTERPRISE 
Discarding Religious Movement 
Histrionic Encyclopedia Printed 



6A$165 12a$186 $3 60 



HUNTERS ENCOURAGED RETURN 
English Mariners Described Expedition 
Numerous Eastern Graduates Honored 



18 Point 



10A$165 18a $165 $3 30 



PRISONERS RELIEVED 
Improves Turbine Engines 
Bridge Entirely Destroyed 



14 Point 



13A$140 26a $160 $3 00 



INGENIOUS MERCHANTMEN 
Criticise Elegant Social Function 
Interesting Experience Described 



12 Point 



15A$120 32a $1 60 $2 80 



STUDENTS DENOUNCE KINGDOM 
Executive Revives Seashore Festivities 
Foreign Honorary Members Introduced 

11 Point ISA $1 30 36 a $1 45 $2 76 

PROMOTED INSURANCE ENTERPRISE 
Diamond Miners Unearth Richest Treasure 
Hungarian Steamer Pleases English Tourist 

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10 Point 18 A $115 36 a $135 $2 60 

COLOR PRINTER AND BINDER 
Progressive Students in Solar Prints 
Complete Harmonious Combination 
Arranging Remarkable Exhibitions 



9 Point 20 A $110 40a $140 $2 60 

ANNUAL HORTICULTURAL SHOW 
Rare Plants and Bulbs Are Displayed 
Unlimited Varieties of Japanese Lilies 
Floral Exhibit Attracts Country Folks 



8 Point 20 A $100 40a $126 $22J 

NOTICE RECEIVED IN TYPE CONTEST 
Ambitious Technical Students Recognized 
Cash Bonus Given Meritorious Graduate; 
Tuition Payable in Quarterly Installment! 



6 Point 



24 A $0 96 48a $105 



EXAMPLES OF MODERN BRANDS INTERESTING 
Final Meeting of Commercial Travelers Secures Resul 
Approved Manual of Process EngravinK and Fine Arl 
Scientific Experiments by Learned College Profeasoi 
Astronomical Calculations Based on Observations Mad 



Century Bold in Practical Display 



CENTURY 
BOLD 



The type for today and an 
endless line of tomorrows 



This type face possesses 
the prime requisites of 
fine color, le^ribility and 
distinctiveness. Easy to 
read, with no hair lines 
to break; just an honest 
bread-and-butter type 
face. Century Bold will 
look well wherever used 




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The United 
Electric Supply Company 



Grandville 

THE BKAI'TIES OF THK MOVNTAINS 
AND THE DELIGHTS OK THE OCEAN 



LOTS 

$89 

25 X 100 



This splendid property is located 
near the heart of Grandville. the 
fastest irrowinfr and most popular 
suburb on the South Shore, with 
a larire frontaire on both sides of 
the famous New I^nd 
Speedway within clone 
proximity to railroad 
and trolley and a short 
distance from Ralston 
ferry. This property is 
justly popular because of its very 
pleasant surroundings and in'eat 
atmospheric advantages; flies and 
mosquitoes or the microbes they 
convey beinir entirely unknown in 
these exceptionally fine real estate 
holdinKs. All desirably restricted 

RICHARDS & HAMUN 

Haain ta a* aa4 (irar* 8lr«*t«. (iraa4 8k*n 



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OUR NEW FLORAL BASKET 




We have a Surprise Special for this week that will make 
happy flower-lovers everywhere. The Cedar Florist aims 
to create what Nature suggests. This week we are going 
to offer you a most original Floral Basket, a generous 
and gladsome breath of spring. The freshest and choicest 
flowers obtainable will be used. It costs just Five Dollars 
THE CEDAR STREET FLORIST CLEVELAND, OHIO 



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EVERY DAY IS 
SUNSHINE 

in Every Printing Office 

Equipped witfi ttie 

Century Bold 

Series 

AMERICAN LINE TYPE 

PLEASES THE PRINTER 











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Book Repair 

How about your Books? Have you 
examined your beloved volumes to 
see if any are losing their covers or 
falling apart from the sheer misuse 
and neglect they often suffer? We 
know you must have many books 
you prize highly. These cherished 
inmates of your library should be 
preserved as carefully as any old 
heirlooms. Let us mend your books 

Maten Bindery 

Roxbury Hill 



The Ships That Pass 
in the Night 




Attract little attention. This cannot be said of the many stylish American Type Faces 
launched on the great sea of advertising. They at once become popular and indispensable 



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THE CAR THAT HAS MADE ITS NAME 
STRICTLY UPON ITS PROVEN MERITS 



Harim Car 

THERE IS BUT ONE DECISIVE TEST OF MOTOR 
CARS, THAT BEING THE RIGID TEST OF SERVICE 

The Finest Car for Service 




'OU are hereby invited to view 
this year's models of the new 
Harim Car and the several 
desig-ns of coach, touring and 
roadster bodies now shown at 

our exhibition in the Arcade 

Garages, comer of Stevenson and Thielman 
streets. Those who are satisfied only with the 
highest type of automobile use the Harim 
exclusively. The newest model Harim Car is 
especially complete in its equipment and is 
as satisfactory a car as the market affords 
the automobile enthusiast. The body is made 
entirely of aluminum, thereby reducing its 
weight and making it lighter than all other 
cars of this size and horsepower. The great 
advantage of this feature in power, speed, 
hill-climbing and in economical handling is 
evident The car has been especially noted 
for its very smart appearance. It originally 
commended itself to a great number of our 
clients through this beauty of design and its 
refinement of detail. The equipment includes 
such appurtenances as silk curtains, electric 
dome lights, speaking tubes, cigar and ash 
tray, vanity case. The car for every occasion 



SHIPMENTS OF THIS CAR CAN BE MADE WITHIN ELEVEN 
DAYS niOM DATE OP RECEIPT OF ORDER AT OUR OFFICE 



RENDER CAR COMPANY 

Madinon Street, Drtroit 



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Century Bold Italic 

72 Point 3 A $7 00 4a $4 15 $1115 

ENTERING 
Royal Kings 



3A $5 66 4a $3 65 $930 



BURNISHING 
Neater Garden 

48 Point 4 A $3 90 6a $3 75 $7 66 

BRIGHT MINERS 
Handsome Scholar 



4A $3 35 6a$305 $640 



DESIGNS REFUSED 
Magnificent Numbers 
European Conception! 

270 I 



4 A n 4I> Ta $2 && K'<U 



^^H Century Bold Italic 

Brokers returned 

Many Dishonest Schemes 
Largest Investors Decline 



5A t2 10 9a (215 $4 25 



ENTERPRISING STUDENTS 
Magnificent Oration Delivered 
Congratulating Smart Maiden 



BA »1 75 IOhII 75 $3 SO 



STRENUOUS HUNTERS DESIRED 
Charming Mountain Scenes Revealed 
Enthusiastic Sportsmen Ramble East 



>A«1I0 17atl7S e2£ 10 Point 



1TAS120 32a«130 $2 60 



CHOICEST ROSEBUSH quaint foreign kingdoms 

it I !• f i-»f ynr f Meritorious Governments Honored 

Splendid Flower Gardens ^xated population Gesticulating 

Beautiful Ever Blooming Remarkable Measures Announced 



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14 All 4<i Z7m»166 ft06 



SUSPENDED MEMBERSHIP 
Involved Considerable Expense 
Dangerous Forebodings Ahead 



liPntnt 



14 A $1 21) »iall «ll $2X1 



BURLESQUE DANCERS REMAIN 
InduHtriouH Performer Remunerated 
Bold and Clear $1234567890 Figures 

" ^""' 17 A tl .10 :«a $1 4f> $2 75 

HISTORIC MANSIONS DEMOLISHED 

Ancient Huilding Permanently Removed 
Influential Contractors Receiving Notice 

271 



9 Point 1»A{115 36a$1.S5 $2 50 

GYMNASIUM AND FIELD SPORTS 
Physical Culture Exercise Demanded 
Extraordinary Muscular Development 
Acrobatic Feature Becoming Popular 



8 Point 18 A $105 36a $120 $2 25 

FINANCIAL RESOURCES PROCURED 
Brighter Induntrial Condition* Reported 
Ingenious Managers Collecting Securities 
Resourceful Diplomats Rewarding Agent 



• Patat 22 A $0 90 44a $110 $2 UO 

TV* CUrrONVILLS PLEASURE OROANIZA TION 
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Tomato with Rice 

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ROASTS 

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m>^ and if found to be correct oblige us with 
M~ Ml. a prompt remittance. We are closing 
our books for the year, and require money to 
meet our own bills, which are very large and 
pressing. This account may seem small to 
you, but we have several hundred of them out 
and the total is a large sum to us. Hoping 
that this communication will receive your 
immediate consideration, we beg to remain 

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VERY year you send out a dark blue 
catalogue which reposes on the shelf 
or in the book-case of your prospec- 
tive customer along with four dark 
blue catalogues, six light brown ones, 
three bright red ones and many others of various 
hues. What chance has your catalogue to sell 
goods? And now and then you get out a piece of 
advertising matter with nothing particularly dis- 
tinctive or forcible about it. Advertising of that 
character is simply a waste of money. What you 
need is a series of bright, strong, snappy matter 
to go through the mails at regular intervals, thus 
keeping the merit of your goods up in front of the 
buyer's eye, and absolutely forcing him to order 
from your catalogue instead of the other one. We 
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Furniture 



Sales 



The reductions 
we have named 
for this series, 
which begins on 
Monday at ten o'clock and will be 
continued every other day during 
the week, are the greatest we have 
offered during these popular sales 

SOME HANDSOMELY UPHOLSTERED 

Parlor Chairs, $2 

THESE FORMERLY SOLD AT $4.50 



PARLOR SUITS. Five pieces; each suit 
consists of sofa, two large armchairs 
and two small armchairs; mahogany 
finished frames; tufted backs and 
plain seats, covered with green silk 
crushed plush; regular 
price $56; sale price. 



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Carpets and Rugs 

AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION 



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of solid, plain oak, golden color and 
gloss finish; splendidly upholstered 
and covered with a fine quality of 
green velour; regular 
price $25; sale price 



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Vehicles of all kinds here 
at your disposal. Open day 
and night. Telephone calls 
given immediate attention 

29 East Market street 

OPPOSITE GRAND OPERA HOUSE 




Weight Font s 

This striking series, like all other popular 
American faces, is sold in weight fonts at 
Body Type prices and regular 
discounts. As an advertising 
letter and for general display 
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The Prize Model 

A NEW STILE AUTOMOBILE ESPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED FOR SPEED AND COMFORT 




OVER THREE HUNDRED CARS 
SOLD DURING THE 
MONTH OF FEBRUARY 



PRICE COMPLETE 

$2400 



EQUIPPED WITH OUR 

POPUUR PUNCTURE PROOF 

STEEL-RIBBED TIRES 



IN presenting the Prize Model machine 
for the approval of the public we feel 
confident that our efforts to produce 
a high-grade car at a small cost have 
been extremely successful, and to the man 
who is looking for something real classy 
in the automobile line we unhesitatingly 
recommend the Prize Model. This machine 
is equipped with all the latest and best 
improvements, and for real solid comfort 
cannot be excelled. That a machine of this 
character could be built and placed on the 
market at such a low price seemed very 
doubtful, but after experimenting for some 
time along new lines we finally succeeded 
in accomplishing our purpose. A visit to 
our showrooms is very earnestly solicited 



Mirst Automobile Company 

MAMTACn KOS OF STRICTLY HIGH-GRADE MOTOR CARS. AMERICAN AGEVT FOR THE BEAUMONT MACHINES 

Numbers 162-168 North Momingside Street KANSAS CFTY, MISSOURI 



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These tours have been planned with 
the idea of giving the summer tourist 
a chance to visit almost every city of 
note in Europe, while, in addition, the 
itinerary also comprises a cruise on 
the Mediterranean, stopping at such 
places as Gibraltar, Malta and many 
prominent watering resorts along the 
coast. The commodious liners of the 

Clark Steamship 
Company 

are equipped with all the latest requi- 
sites for safety and comfort known to 
modern marine enterprise. Nothing is 
left undone to make these tours both 
enjoyable and instructive. Unusually 
low rates are in effect for these tours 
during the Summer. Arrangements 
for passage should be made at once 
to insure the most desirable quarters 

FULX, INFORMATION REGARDING RATES, 

SCHEDULES AND MAPS, CAN BE HAD 

BY WRITING OR APPLYING TO 

H. L. SMITH, General Agent 

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BRIGHT TYPE DESIGNS FOR THE PRINTER 
PRODUCED ARTISTIC ADVERTISING PAGES 
American line type is noted for original and effective 
characteristics by the leading printers and advertisers 
of this country and abroad. Every printer who knows 
the value of artistic advertising typography will surely 
appreciate the splendid type faces recently brought out 



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SOME PLEASING DESIGNS IN 
BORDERS AND ORNAMENTS 
In addition to the large and varied 
assortment of type designs made by 
this Company the printer can also 
be supplied with the most artistic 
line of modem decorative material 



SPoint 24A$110 47a$115 $225 

VITALIZE YOUR BUSINESS BY KEEPING 
YOUR TYPE STYLES ALIVE AND ACTIVE 
New and original type faces stimulate orders 
for the printer. When the printer puts in a new 
face he knows he heis something good to offer 
his customers, and this thought puts snap and 
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comes easier and more profitable. Type is the 
life-blood of the printing office, and the wise 
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12 Point 17 A $135 35 a $140 $2 75 

POPULAR AMERICAN LINE TYPES 
ARE PROFITABLE AND PLEASING 
The most important factor in building up 
a successful printing business is the type 
It is the lever which stimulates or retards 
the growth of an establishment. In many 
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STRIKING EFFECTS SECURED WITH MODERN 
TYPE DESIGNS AND DECORATIVE MATERIAL 
In most cases type should be purchased in famiUes, in 
complete series and in large fonts. A great variety of 
unrelated types in small fonts is expensive to buy and 
expensive to use. Printers will get better and quici^er 
results with large fonts of a few well-selected series of 
related styles than with a miscellaneous assortment of 
faces never intended to be used together, and with which 
good results are obtainable only by exercising a great 
amount of time-absorbing care. Simplify your type 
selection. Fewer faces and bigger fonts is the economic 
policy. Old material should be discarded without qualms 
whether it be cases, racks, type or what not, since it costs 
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OBSERVING PRINTERS CONTINUE THE 
DEMAND FOR DISTINCTIVE FASHIONS 

The type founder who produces a distinct and 
pleasing type face not only stimulates the type 
business but vastly stimulates the demand for 
printing. Such an addition to a printing plant 
is equal, at least, to the accession to the staff of 
a successful designer, and each new type face 
gives impetus to the printing business just as 
each brainy addition to the printer's staff does 

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THE TYPES THAT MAKE PRINTING POPULAR. BEING A 
SIMPLE STATEMENT OF FACTS KNOWN TO PRINTERS 

The great type designs originated by this Company have captured 
the advertising genius of the country. The many new type faces 
recently brought out in related families have an immense potency 
in advertising. It has become worth while, necessary, in fact, for 
the advertisers to study type-design, and that study has cultivated 
a demand for printing millions of dollars' worth more than could 
have been the case if the American Type Founders Company had 
not reformed typographic design. Its influence has been apparent 
abroad as well as in our own country, and now America, through 
its greatest type foundry, is acknowledged leader of type -fashions. 
The typefounder who perfects a successful type-face not only aids 
his own business, but helps the business of printers who use that 
face. If we examine the pages of our great magazines or the fine 
catalogues of the present period, we will observe them all using the 
type families mentioned above. The printer who uses them is wise 



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THANK YOU 

We appreciate this order, which 

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your lilting and will lead 

to future business 

relationship 

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us 

HIGH-GRADE 
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Caxton Building, Boston 



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I w ornaments is another great 
9H factor in the best printing 
offices. To have an assortment 
constantly on hand and plenty 
for every emergency is really an 
economic proposition. It goes 
without saying that a graceful 
and properly selected ornament 
applied to a job of printing will 



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Royal Silver of ^'^^'^ 
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SILVERSMITHS 

|rT| Louis Fourteenth surrounded 
\]\ himself with masters of every 
•*' art and craft. He stimulated 
them to do their best by very lavish 
payments of money. Under such a 
royal master these men made his 
reign famous for its splendor. It 
was an age of magnificence. Today 
we show that seventeenth century 
magnificence interpreted in sterling 
silverware in the style of Louis XIV. 
The effect is exceedingly impressive 
with a massiveness and grandeur 
seldom seen. In an examination of 
our silverware there will be found 
designs adapted to different periods 



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The original conception of the Glen OutlntI 
Club was nature's own. Its organization was 
itue to its happy combination of natural ad* 
vantages grouped about this rctfion, where 
mountainous heights and pleasant valleys, 
rocky craos and ripplintf water-courses, and 
the peace and ozone Invite lovers of nature 



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INTERESTING HINTS IN REGARD TO THE ROLL-FRONT 

Case Rack 

MANY printers have often desired to 
abandon the regular case racks and 
substitute a cabinet, thus increasing the 
life of the type by having it free from dust 



The Roll-Front Case Racks are fitted with steel 
runs and are thoroughly manufactured in every 
way. Have a fine brass desk lock in center and a 
single key secures the entire tier of cases. For 
further information write to nearest House of 



The new Roll- Front 
Case Racks solve the 

1 I i.'L further information write to nearest House of 

PrODlGm 3.S tnC V 2,rG the American Type Founders Co., Selling Agent 

equal to cabinets in 
every way. They are 
made of ash, finished 
in bright antique oak 




Century Border Strathmore Ornament 



Time wasted in hunting sorts 
constitutes one of the greatest 
losses encountered in a compos- 
ing room. The way to obviate 
such a condition is to buy Job 
Type In Weight Fonts at Body 
Type prices and fair discounts. 




American 

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A new and very beautiful book and job letter 
with distinctive characteristics, making it very 
desirable where a stylish and easily read type 
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THE COLONIZING OF PLYMOUTH ROCK 

^OST noteworthy of all was the colony planted 
at Plymouth, Massachusetts, on December 20. 
This was established by Englishmen belonging 
to the Congregational Church. They had been 
persecuted in England because of their dissent 
from the established church, and first sought a 
place of refuge in Holland. Shortly after they came to America 
to organize a colony where they might have freedom to worship 
God according to the dictates of their own consciences. They 
sailed from Plymouth, in England, on September 16, 1620, in the 
ship Mayflower, and reached the American coast on December 
20; for several months they had great hardships to endure, 
and many of them died. The survivors persevered and made a 
permanent settlement which finally became the most important 
of all the English colonies in America. At first they got along 
in friendly fashion with the Indians, especially with the great 
Samoset and Massasoit. But the son of the latter. King Philip, 
was their deadly foe. A bitter war was waged with him which 
ended with his death and the dispersion of his tribe. Colonies 
were planted by the Swedes in Delaware, but these, together 
with the Dutch colonies, presently went into the hands of the 
English as spoils of war, and all the North Atlantic Coast as far 
south as Floridai, which Spain held, became English territory. 
As already stated, Virginia was settled at Jamestown in 1607, 
and it may be added that negro slavery was introduced into the 
North American colonies there in 1620. New York was settled 
by the Dutch at New York— then called New Amsterdam— and 
Albany, in 1614. It was taken by the English who changed its 
name to the present form in 1664. Massachusetts was settled 
at Plymouth in 1620 by English Puritans. New Hampshire was 
settled by the English in 1628. New Jersey was settled by the 



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SENDING MINER 
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KINGS HUNTED BIRDS 
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Ignorance of Newest Type Design 



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EXPRESS DELIGHTFUL THOUGHT 
Thinking Printers Everywhere Interested 



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Best Specimens Produced with Utmost Care 
Printers Conditions Improved Beyond Doubt 
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EARTHQUAKE SHAKES LIGHTHOUSE 
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Ambulances Dashing Around Comer Rapidly 
Thousands Scared When Aeroplane Dropped 
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America's Great Manufacturers Adtfertise Heavy Gain 
Largest Com Crr}p Ever Prtnluced in Western Kansas 
German Singing Societies Delighted lAirge Audiences 
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GREATEST FICTION DEALERS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES 



The Heritage of the Wilderness 

By William Taylor Biy "An appealing love story,chaste as 
Author of Mountaineer the far Water brooks," says a critic 
of this new novel, "in which the curtain is raised on a 
scene hitherto unexplored by American writers." The 
Tribune adds this comment: " It is a strong story, rich 
with life and mixed with color. You will like it much" 



T^rt/nvl ^y ""^ Renowned 
JretLTL Hattie Courtwright 

A love story of real life, true and 
sympathetic as MissCourtwright's 
early stories of New England life 
always were. A picture of every 
day human nature without gleam 
of pretense, varied by the complex 
incidents and suspended interest 
of diversified romance, and full of 
humor. It is the kind of story to 
bring laughter and tears aplenty 



IK/Tz-ttrl/' By Heusinger Doer 
lyiCirn A Popular Author 

The hero is also the villain in this 
wonderful romance. The startling 
novelty of the plot and the charm 
of the love story have called forth 
a chorus of praise, swelling across 
the country and echoing beyond 
the ocean into the English press. 
Quite without exception they say 
this story Is better than ' 'Amber 
Grove," and still more interesting 



The Court of His Royal Majesty 

By Nathan Bauman This brilliant historical novel, woven 
The Great Historian about the infamous yet interesting 
Borge family, which completes Mr. Bauman's Italian 
trilogy, in which "Casdel de Nuvio" and "The Rascal 
of Rome" have already been published, is unequalled 
by modern writers of fiction. Illustrations by Norman 



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WINTER NEWSPAPER SYNDICA TE 




Remarks made 

By a General 

Advertising 

Solicitor 



This Syndicate 

Bought The 

Ottumwa 

Review 



Buys Another 

Sewspaper to 

Keep things 

Humming 



HY it happened I cannot explain, but 
wherever I found a daily newspaper 
published by the well-known Winter 
Syndicate there was something that 
made me recognize it as being a news- 
paper of higher grade than any other 
that was published in the same town. 
This was an off-hand remark made by 
an experienced advertising man who 
had been making a visit to the cities 
in Iowa, and it suggested the popular 
interest which might be felt in this 
story of the Winter Syndicate and the 
quality which entitles it to claim " If it 
is a Winter Syndicate paper it is the 
best paper." The beginning of this 
powerful Winter Syndicate took place 
some time ago when Mr. W. Winter 
purchased The Review at Ottumwa, 
Iowa. The Review at that time was 
a daily and had a circulation of five 
hundred copies. By strenuous work 
and in the face of capable and active 
competition, Mr. Winter brought it 
up to a bona fide circulation of twelve 
thousand daily and weekly. Mr. A. 
Winter then went to Lafayette, Iowa, 
and purchased '/Tie Sun, of that town, 
and The Observer, of Mineola, Iowa, 
a few years later, a newspaper owned 
and edited by his brother-in-law, and 
on which Mr. A. Winter received his 
training. Early in the present year 
two other properties were added to 



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the name it possesses the exquisite feature of clearness 
together with the desirable character of boldness. The 
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principles that govern a standard of 
typography. The blending of types, 
borders and ornaments in one group 
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PRACTICAL SELECTIONS BECOME EASY 
BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS CAREFULLY MADE 
Clearface Bold has been in conspicuous service 
in nearly every modern printing office; today it 
is one of the most popular faces on the market. 
Its great legibility together with its refined and 
graceful shape makes it preferable to faces less 
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fashion in type, and all printers who use it will 
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display letter for any general printing purpose 



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OLDER TYPOGRAPHICAL STUDENTS 
Strange to say there are no rules by which 
good taste in typography may be governed 
even today. Every printer has his own style 
and exercises his own sweet will. Often he 
adopts the suggestion of a customer which 
may be entirely out of harmony. A printer 
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PRINTING MATERIAL PROCURED FOR WORKERS 
IN LARGEST FONTS AT OUR BODY TYPE PRICES 
During the past year many changes have been observed 
in the advertising field. There is a tendency toward more 
conservative tones in the advertising literature of largest 
commercial institutions. The changes have been brought 
around largely by a fuller appreciation of the importance 
of the advertising department. Managers of great houses 
where business on a large scale is conducted are realizing 
that the printed column, or page, or booklet has a large 
influence in determining the future of the establishment 
using it. And as a natural outgrowth, greatest care must 
be taken in the selection of men entrusted with preparing 
the literature intended to bring to the house it represents 
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ATTRACTIVE STYLE DELIGHTED EVERY 
PURCHASER DESIRING THE BEST WORK 
Look over your stock of type, and whenever you 
find any with the undisturbed dust of weeks on 
it you may as well throw it out since it does not 
pay dividends. Attractive type styles that please 
your patrons and increase your trade are goods 
that pay the dividend on the investment. When 
in the market for material remember American 
Type Founders Company quality is the very best 

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FREQUENT CHANGES NOTED IN ADVERTISING METHODS 
WHICH BENEFITED BOTH ADVERTISER AND PUBLISHER 

The success or failure of printing is steadily becoming more and 
more dependent upon the design as used In a broad sense. Design 
includes the primary outline or main purpose and all elements by 
which printing is made efficient. It therefore contains the insight 
into general business conditions and specifically into the business 
which is to be directly served. Design is the arrangement. It is the 
reasonable and practical adjustment of all the mechanical and the 
esthetic qualities that produce the greatest results in competition 
with all of the rest of the world's products. It is one man or one 
establishment against all the rest. Design in printing is the element 
which combines imagination, taste and skill to produce a desired 
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barometer of most commercial prosperity. It differs from all other 
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Meint & Son 

SIXTH AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET 

ENTERING upon our thirty-sixth year of continuous business 
in the Carriage and Harness trade, we seize this opportunity 
to thank our great army of customers for their patronage in 
the past and hope for a continuance of it in the future. As we took 
back through the vista of former years and note the many obstacles 
which have been so successfully encountered, it is with a feeling of 
supreme contentment that we look forward to the shadowy future 
waiting to grasp the triumphs which are yet to come. Realizing that 
Character, combined with Honesty, is the only foundation on which 
to build a business edifice, we have always in the past, and will in 
the future, endeavor to keep that ideal ever in view. Having been 
continually surrounded by the most original designers and also the 
most skillful workmen that this country could produce, our efforts 
to meet the ever changing demand for vehicles of every description 
have invariably been successful. Our facilities for handling work 
of this nature are second to none, and it is with a feeling of pride 
that we invite our patrons and the general public to pay us a visit 
and satisfy themselves that our assertions are well founded. When 
we saw it was impossible to turn out work quickly enough in our 
old quarters we immediately located in the modem and up-to-date 

new building at the above address. 
Occupying fully four blocks of floor 
space we are now in a position to 
cater to the demands of the public 
in a business-like manner. For the 
benefit of our numerous customers 
who reside out of town and find it 



ON Tl'h:SDAY. NOVEMBER SEVEN. WE 
INTEND TO I'lJKCE ON EXHIBITION A 
COMPLETE LINE OK NEWLY MODELED 
CARIUACES. BAROUCHES. PHAETONS 
AND OTHER VEHICLES WHICH HAVE 
BEEN ACKNOWLEDGED BY EXPERTS 
AS THE BEST OF THEIR KIND EVER 
OFFERED TO THE, BUYING PUBUC 




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ENRY MERIDETH 

MANUFACTURING C9 



SHOES 



WHOLESALE 



AND RETAIL 



FOR MEN. WOMEN AND 
CHILDREN 



728 MONTROSE STREET, ARLINGTON 



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SOME GOOD HINTS ABOUT 

Glendalen 

On-the-Chesterville 

THE HEALTH RESORT 



Some people have ofttimes 
wondered at the custom of 
their friends in going, year 
after year, to the same old 
resort. But where this fine 
resort happens to be in the 
highlands of Glendalen, the 
wonder promptly begins to 
cease, and these very same 
people, after they have had 
a trial trip, become just as 
devoted to the charm of the 
region. Glendalen is by far 
the most popular resort in 
this section of the country 
because of its high altitude 
and its surrounding groves 
of pine trees and the great 
ocean bordering directly on 
the south. Health and rest 
are positively assured here 

For all special information apply to 

BIRTH & HOLMES 

Managing Agents for Glendalen 
AT THE GLENDALEN RAILROAD 



Holiday Di-eoratoi 




M-.'t;il Ornament 



Printing Craft Monthly 




$3.00 
Per Year 



The magazine bearing the above title has 
a common appeal of interest to printers 
and engravers as well as to publishers or 
booklovers, indeed all those concerned in 
the allied arts, and a majority of the public 




$1.50 
Six Months 



THE HARINGTON PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY :: WILMINGTON 



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BY SIDNEY FRANKALL 



Typographical Designing 

By HENRY WARD BRIGHTON 

HOW many printers have been ruined by haphazard and 
loose business methods. Lack of proper methods in the 
composing room are likely to lead to serious losses. All 
)obs gi\-en to a compositor without definite instructions 
as to style, opens up an element of doubt as to the result. This 
uncertainty continues u ntil the proof is taken, and if this happens 
to be unsatisfactory therf 
and the employer loses j 
Ten years ago when the 
a pioneer in the field of 
nfgettcd to several com 
liw idea was ridiculed, d 
nprewnted had more th 
depended on to consiste 
Today few plants of any 
leave any designing to t 
bfmi>«^ the compositors 
mechanical possibilities i 
these ideas are to t>e car 
This specialist sketches a 
a layout sheet cut to the 
specifies the size and sty 
oiif type and rules, and le 
Jnst how the finished job 
or less detail and letteri 
Inic or crayon may be us 
according to impressions 

Is highly pleasing to the 

that it was produced in t 

the department in many 

work of the best class. It 

but on pro\'ed results of 

has been demonstrated i 

better results, both as to 

style and time than othe 

lew printers with moder 

ooosider seriously the gi 

OMthod being new in all 

brings about the change 

little advice to many liet 



ADVERTISERS PRESS 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 




The CLEARFACE 
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Pre-eminently adapted for all 
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THE ROAD TO 
WEALTH 

Story of an Advertising 
Campaign 



L DESIGNING 




planned and executed by one 
(1 great economy theretiy was 
e increased efficiency In every 
ng many dollars saved to the 
i artistic and dignified design 
the proper margins also gave 
led. The layout Is the logical 
i especially in the composing 
applied to printing. This is a 
peculiar business. The same 
every detail entering its con- 
ddilion to this fact, very close 
Ing as a finished product will 
i to anyone but the customer 
be unsatisfactory, then every 
designer is more or less of an 
r as to just what features are 
s this way greatly adds to the 
dI the printing produced. To 
eldom find their way Into the 
t class typographical designer 
with wcikness o( such heads, 
advised by the layout man on 
Ihus place the finished adver- 
is highly satisfactory to every 
create prospects for new bus|. 
t by a man capable of making 
results and pleased patrons il 
Have you recognized the one 
artistic typography full of the 
rules and ornaments, is over- 
room for more artistic pages, 
^ou as something worth some 
One that generally cost* (our 
several modem Ideas instead. 
ncncrally sufficient for design 
rnlern style and also a distinct 
ilemand (or more real and in. 
Intricate design, taking hours 




AMERICAN LINE 
TYPE FACES 



Me world for excellence In 
and wearing qualities 



to compose, additional h»»ur» to justify <m the stone, and more hours to make 
ready properly, all at a great expense, it giving way to the simple and dignified 
type-design with which the color of stcKk and ink all harmonize into making a 
beautiful and attractive piece of printmg and advertising. The di-«igner real- 
izes that often a single embellished line of type, properly almmphcred with the 
slock and color. Is far stronger than the most latmred efforts requiring hours of 
lime In the composing room. It costs much less to produce and creates greater 
profit (or the printer. Another great weakness o( the plan of leaving the copy 
to the compositors ideas is his lack o( (amillartty with the innumerable subjects 
he is compelled to handle in a day's work. He is but human, and It is very un. 
raasoMblc to expect him to be familiar with all the various theme* he puts Into 
type. Not bdim very conversant with the subjects, how can he be expected to 
bring out the strong selling points and Ihus create real strong advertising? The 
natural mult is inane and poor advertising, about which the customer storm* 
and (or which the compositor i« un|u*tly Mamcd. The quotion immediately 
arise*: Is the typographical designer any more conversant with all these varied 
subtccu than the cooipositor? He i* not. But he ha* one great advanUgc over 

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MONUMENTS 
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QUICKEST JUDGE 
Explanations Sought, 

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MERITED TRIUMR 

Herculanean Structures 
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SILENT HONEST MINERS RETURN 

Unearthed Important Document Recently 
Beholds Marvelous Changes Everywhere 



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DESTROY FINEST SHIP 
Handsome Chrysanthemum 
Oregon Roses Delight Hosts 



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LISTING BROKER GENEROUS 
Magnificent Buildings Demolished 
Improved Contracts Reward Buyer 
Demonstration Silently Performed 



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Honorable Gentleman Worked Every Day 
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STRENUOUS EXERTION TIRES 

Introducing Muscular Development 
Splendid Gymnastic Entertainment 
Graceful Acrobat Nonsense Pursued 



8 Point 21 A $1 05 44 a $1 20 t2 26 

DISTINGUISHED FOREIGNER RETURNS 
Greatest Financial Achievements Enumerated 
Investigated Gigantic Mining Swindle Quietly 
Largest Enthusiastic Stockholders Bewildered 
Reprinted Handsomest Specimens Wednesday 



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PRODUCE MAGNIFICENT BURLESQUE SHOWS 
Stunning Damsels Delight Unsophisticated Audiences 
Cnntlnuous Performance Every Monday and Saturday 
Abbreviated Costumes Caus<' Great Excitement Among 
Exclusive Society Circles, Introducing Weird fkincers 
Which Brings SI 234S67S90 Manager Sumdent Credit 



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Diamonds 



BRILLIANT STONES DIRECT FROM 
THE FAMOUS SOUTH AFRICAN 
MINING DISTRICT 



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Meirsont 

Company 



RICHMOND, MAINE 



'A VING lately secured 
a third interest in one 
of the most productive 
diamond mines in the South 
African district we are now 
prepared to furnish our cus- 
tomers and their friends with 
the most magnificent stones 
on the market. Employing 
none but the most expert in 
the art of diamond cutting 
and being in the position to 
cater direct to the public, we 
have built up a reputation for 
reliability and quality that is 
second to none in the world 
An enlarged show room will 
be opened early next month 



Trade Cut Panel Bonier 



Fashionable Clothing 



Delightful Winter creations from London 
and Paris. Tailor-made garments in all 
the latest styles at moderate prices. Our 
new designs in Spring cloaks and skirts 
will please the most fastidious customers 



Markson & Braindom 

SECOND AND MARKET STREETS. PHILADELPHIA 



TELEPHONE 

2846 

NUMERAL 



STYLISH MODES 
FOR THE 
WOMEN WHO 
DRESS SMARTLY 




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CRUISES 

THROUGH THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA 




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No other tour could be planned at the same expense of time 
and money which will give you as much enjoyment as a visit 

to the romantic resorts 
situated along the coast 
of the beautiful Medi- 
terranean. A number of 
stops will be made dur- 
ing the trip to give the 
passengers a chance to 
view the strange scenes 
and quaint customs of 
the natives. No expense 
has been spared by the 
Metropolitan Steamship 
Company to make these 
tours the best that have 
been offered at such a 
low rate. The boats are 
equipped with all mod- 
ern appliances both for 
comfort and safety. To 
in.sure getting a good 
berth your order for tick- 
ets should be sent in at once as the company anticipates a large 
demand for accommodations on these tours. No better way 
to spend your vacation could be devised than one of these trips 

HERBERT R. MEIRDON 



Passenger Agent 



I L'SH. 1 2!»() North BainbridKe Street 
I . i.,.i...n. I HivBcll NEW YORK CITY 



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RICHEST MISER 
Pleasant Morning 



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Receives Instruction 



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PREMIUM RETURNED 
Strong Athletes Coming 
Copy Original Specimen 



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COMPOSITORS REJOICING 
Shows Bolder Advertisement 
Exposing Honorable Methods 



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SEVENTH DESTRUCTIVE FROST 
Healthy Soldiers Marched Saturday 
Young Ladies Entertain Gentlemen 



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BRINGS DOCUMENTS 
Great Earthquake Here 
Excursionists Delighted 



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PROSPEROUS GOLDSMITH 

Mailing Descriptive Pamphlet 
Convention Reports Progress 
Foreign Delegations Entering 



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HANDSOME WOMEN OBSERVED 

Larjje Theatre Completely Wrecked 
Distinguished Government Officers 
New Figures $1234567890 Shown 

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Eminent Orators Disappearing 
Educated Monkey Died Friday 
Beautiful November Afternoon 
Detectives Surprised Old Chief 



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EXPERT HUNTER BECOMING BLIND 
Lonesome Spinster Helps Poor Student 
Largest Fleet Left North River on Time 
Much Powder Used in Saluting Officials 
President Visited Large Ship Thursday 
Buy Boston Wire Stitchers Every Time 



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HANDSOME BLONDE RETURNED Tl/ESDAY 
WvaHlqr Compositor* Spumed by Fair Maiden 
Expert Border nesltfner Recomintf Meinnclioly 
Important Evidence Received from Ice Oealem 
American Typm Vouodmrm Company Oritfinator 
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Braddock Park 
Opening 



[ATIONAL pride and American 
patriotism prompted the Harn 
Railway Company to lay out a 
beautiful park near the place 
where General Braddock was 
overcome and defeated by the Indians. All 
places of any historical interest should be 
properly marked and the large monument 
previously erected will have an appropriate 
and beautiful setting. See daily papers for 
programme and special rates to Braddock 
Park on the great opening day, July 9. This 
being also the date of the 
place July 9, 1755. The K 
put on cars to accommod 





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and twenty-five cents 

is full payment 

for twelve 

views 

LAMB POSTCARD CO. 


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IN OUR BANK 

Safe as modern 
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Our Banner Days 



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LAtlitfft* Coata in 
the latrftt modes 
will be found on 
the second floor. 
You will observe 
many other little 
barftains waiting 
for you here on 
thi: Banner Days 
of this ffreat sale 



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We are going to make Thursday, Friday 
and Saturday, January 6, 7 and 8, of the 
coming week three big Banner Days in 
our Annual White Goods Sale. Read the 
big page advertisements in the morning 
newspapers atiout this week end display 
of special values. Every article marked to 
one-third original price on Banner Days 



JD 



WELKENSON DRY GOODS COMPANY 

NO. 183 KENDALL AVENUE, TARPORT, PA. 



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MODEL SUITS 

FOR SWELL DRESSERS 

Men's Clothes are so cleverly constructed nowadays and 
are offered so temptinjjly, that it is indeed quite difficult 
to determine one's choice. Don't waste your time in look- 
in({ around, just come in and buy one of our new Model 
Suits. Model spring suits and overcoats sell at $19.50 and 
upwards. Our written guarantee goes with every garment 
that leaves our store. We like lookers; come in any time 

THE MODEL CLOTHIERS 

SENECA, PENNSYLVANIA 



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EXPENDING 
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48Point 3A$450 4a$300 »76e 

CURED PRINCE 
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MODERN HOUSES 
Describe Great Shop 
Protected Merchant, 

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Delighted Children Returned 
Showing Handsomest Design 



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DETERMINED CONFECTIONER 

Threatening Rainstorms Vanishing 
Awaked Honest Pressman Monday 



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HUNTING DESERTER 
Pirate Steamer Returns 
Trusting Maiden Found 



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HIRES HONEST PRINTERS 
Determined Baseball Umpire 
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STRIKING DESIGNS PRODUCED 
Modern Creation Displayed Friday 
Remarkable Burlesque Performers 
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CITIZEN REJECTED CLAIMS 

Intelligent Students Exercising 
Unfortunate Railroader Found 
Supreme Council Invites Belles 
Broadway Production Pleased 
Destructive Storm Announced 



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MAGNIFYING GLi4SSES DESCRIBED 
Great Historians Write Unusual Stories 
Sympathetic Crowd Donated Five Cents 
Pressman Thanked Curious Compositor 
Boarding House Keeper Demands Coin 
Handsome Children Entertaining Gue*t 



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Cr«af Mechanical Hevicc Orlnhtatedby I'rlnter 
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Easter Hats 

at Reglan^s 



QUALITY and style are the big features 
of Reglan's Sale of Men's Hats for the 
attire of swell dressers on next Easter 
day. We have them in the very latest styles 
and in some nobby shapes. Spring derbies in 
gray, black and brown. Soft hats of selected 
stock that certainly speak for themselves 

THE MANSEL HAT 

Designed especially for His Majesty after his 
own original ideas. Now King Mansel has the 
reputation of being the best dressed man in 
all Europe. The Mansel Hat is the rage now 
in all metropolitan centers 

This hat is the best really worth-while novel- 
ty in the hat line that we have seen for some 
time. All famous makes are represented here. 
The Wright, Acorn, Gold Crown, Willowton, 
Bosto & Gukor, The Lion and Big Prize hats 

Reglan^s 

Largest Hatters in Uniontown 



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At the Sign of 
the Lion 

You will find the best printing oflfice in 
the city of East Cormly, let us show you 
some of our work. When you want the 
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Charming Manicure Received Many Visitors 
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BOUGHT USEFUL MATERIAL 
Lovely Spring Weather Today 
Helping Youthful Compositor 
Grand Opera Singers Pleased 



PROVIDING STRONGER CHARACTER 
Noble Features Embodied Throughout 
Shows Exquisite Modern Type Design 
Containing Beautiful Clearface Effect 
American Type Excels all Competitors 
Noticing the Very Striking Originality 



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Compositors Improving Consistently 
Rockaway Beach Bathing Refreshing 
Bachelor Found Young Widow Crying 



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SYSTEMATIC GOVERNMENT SHOWS CHANCES 
Bluebirds Flying Northward Meet Cold Weather 
Disastrous Railroad Wreck Caused Much Delay 
Oldest Inhabitant Pursued by Boisterous Crowds 
Present Artistic Design of Original Copy to Judge 
Modern Printers Used Only Materials of Quality 



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Stylish Women Went to the Aviation Field on Large Stage 
Cigantk Steamer Floated Malcstically on Atlantk Ocean 
Order Sorts Frequently and Save Time Used for Picking 
Nearly all Grades of Printing Improved with Our Borders 
Prominent Visitors Attend the Opening of Coney Island 
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CHICAGO 

This is the newest and one of the greatest 
hotels in America. Hotel Elizabeth is a two 
million dollar structure, at the apex of the 
busiest section of Broadway, embodying in 
every feature the important idea of doing 
everything perfectly. It is the only hotel in 
this great city that caters exclusively to the 
women folks, thus enabling them to secure 
accommodations which are pleasant and 
entirely free from the annoying and very 
objectionable scrutiny of a curious throng 
in the lobbies and corridors. There is the 
rare quality of perfect taste, as well as of 
richness, permeating the whole house. The 
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HAT we have done for others we can 

accomplish in any printing office 

where the furniture equipment has 

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in changing their equipment. At the present 

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where, with a small investment in new furniture 

requiring less outlay than the purchase of a 

new cylinder press, a saving could be made 

amounting to from 10 to 20 per cent in labor, 

and from 20 to 30 per cent in floor space. 

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PRINT FINE SPECIMENS 

Noted Geographers Advance 



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DETERMINED CITIZEN TOLD 
Remarkable Horticultural Exhibition 



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DEFEND SOLDIER 

Government Recovered 
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MODERN BUILDINGS 

Elegant Structure Complete 
Increased Store Department 



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CAPTURED BOLD BRIGAND 

Manipulate Unsuspecting Citizens 
Police Enthusiasm Disrupted Band 



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REMARKABLE SEA EXPEDITION 

Twelve American Yachtsmen Entertained 
Guests Recognized Exceptional Qualities 
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writer advised his employers that, in 
public addresses, pictorial illustrating 
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THE DECORATION OF CATALOGUES 
Nearly everyone knows the real purpose of the 
catalogue; it surely is not sent out to exploit the 
personal work of the artist who designed it or 
the typographical mannerisms of the compositor 



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PROMINENT PROFESSORS OF SEVERAL UMVERSrTIES 
Since all immemorial, historic places have had their round of silht 
seers from every nation, so Pottstown with all its points of interest 
excites the traveler lo press onward with tireless energy to reach 
the Boal of his ambition, that is. to see everything. In the spac< 
eastward of the celebrated Casino stands the Coliseum Theatre, 
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where it will bring you the 
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sufficient capital to make you a fortune, if 
you depend on interest rates. People don't 
get wealth by hard work. Pinching and 
saving is not the profitable way. Yet if 
$100 or $1,000 is placed in the safest of all 
investments — Lewiston Park Real Rstate 
— where values have a habit of doubling 
over night, there is a positive assurance of 
its reaping for you an immense percent- 
age of profit in return. We have managed 
and placed small investments for a great 
number of men and women, having made 
from 100 to 1,000 per cent profit in the 
past three months, which has placed them 
upon a solid basis of practical affluence. 
To secure an interest in this quick money 
maker, verj' prompt action is necessary. 

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THE 

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PRINTING 



A TREATISE ON THE 



TECHNICAL POINTS IN THE 
PRINTING TRADE 



CONTAINING RULES FOR 

PUNCTUATION AND CAPITALIZATION • STYLE 

MARKING PROOF • MAKE UP OF BOOK 

SIZES OF BOOKS • DIAGRAMS OF IMPOSITION 

SIZES OF THE UNTRIMMED LEAF 

AND OTHER USEFUL 

INFORMATION 




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SONGS 

0/ (§reat Britain <7;;^3relanb as sung by 
Parbsf and jHinsitrcls; in ^axon, Gaelic 

and Cpmric tongues, now Translated 
Under the Patronage <?/ H. M. George III 







AVOURED by the patronage of His 
Gracious Majesty and the Ancient 
Nobilit>' and Clerical Highnesses of 
these Realms, some Scholars of great 
wisdom relating to iMinsttrel Hore in 
this volume have revived for the use 
of all Right True and Loyal Subjects 
of our Sovereign Master many of the Sacerdotal, Chivalric 
and Mystic Songs and Poetical Recitals which in the olden 
times cheered and inspired alike the Warlike Camps and 
Peaceful Gatherings in Castle, Abbey, Palace and Manor 
Hall. These i{tin£(trel£(te£(. the I nspirations of our ancient 
National Prowess, are now printed for the first time and 
made available as household treasures in patriotic homes. 

SOLD ONLY TO SUBSCRIBERS IN ADVANCE 
Founded in the Year of Our Lord, MDCCLXVI 

Cfje ilncient patriotic Hiterature^ocictp 

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Discontinued Investments 
Uses Lining C as Ion Italic 

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HUNTING KINGDOM 

Trustworthy Manufacturers 
Rebuilding Greatest Factory 

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BROTHERS ENJOINED 

Burlesque Maidens Ruminating 
Produce Many Eovely Designs 

24 Point 5 A $1 75 12 a $1 85 $3 60 

BINDER Y GIRLS TURBULENT 

Conversations Lnterested Superintendents 
Handsome Specimens Received Saturday 

20 Point 7 A $1 65 14 a $1 60 $3 25 

RECEIVES DANGEROUS CROCODILE 

Many Printers Fishing Along Muskingum River 
Tourist Returned from Long Sojourn in Bermuda 



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PHILOSOPHERS QUESTION HISTORIAN 

Rcaiitiful Caslon C/iaractcri sties Please Care fid Buyers 
Han(lso)ne Speeif//e//s Reii:an/ Lasers ofAnieriean laees 
StriJiiN<> Desio/is of Exquisite Taste Prod need voith Ita/ic 
Remarkahle Perfonnaiiee De/i(y/ned Iniwense Aiidieuee 



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DELIGHTS HOME COMERS JFITH BIG RECEPTIONS 
Elderly Gentlemen Became Excited at Automobile Races Last March 
Harmless Lemonade Causes Remorse IVhetiever Drunk by the Printers 
Midsummer Romances Become Popular on Lovely Moonlight Evenings 
Heavy Steamships Remodeled and Sent 'Toward Northern Gree/iland 
Grand Scene/y ITas Admired by American Tourists Visiting Europe 



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PROMISE FJRMERSJMPROrED TR.iNSPORTING FACIIATIES 
Stylish U'orknumship of Practical Vsejulness Suits the Superintendents and Customers 
Making Radical Changes Owing to Deniorali^^'d Conditions of Banking Department 
The Abundance of Material Helps to Regulate Production in Modern Printing Plant 
\ ufut American Type l^eads the U^orld for General Originality and Distinctiveness 
lli'iunring Windstorms Destrvy SI 234567890 Many Large and Pivsperous Hamlets 



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EXPEKILS CKD Ci STUMERS PLEASED 
This Popular Eeice Increases Sales of Your Printing 
.'tbiUlyis Required in Purchasing Correa Material 
E/Utrprising Measures Drawn by Better Statesmen 
TrrmmJous Croud of Eashionable H'omen Parade 
Charming Ejilertainers Score Great Success in Iowa 



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HVM<)R()IS.1\'SH ER CAUSES COM M EST 
fHmJArtitida/ luiltts Sumundtd hy Fragrant RosthushfS 
Hmi^imt Dnigns (imposed try Forrmost Country Printer 
^>lnmckanJ Htartf Saiiort Cruised (hrr Foreign Waters 
CmrnMijIudieme Fails to Disctncert the Prominent Orator 
Many Cliaracieristic and Sinking Type Designs Presented 
Briglti and Original F.ffetts Produced uith this Lovely Fact 

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USiyERSAI. CHARIOT RACES H'lTNESSEIi 
Sine TliouianJ Turn to Re^i'ie^v lAe Great SfiecUtcle 
Far Nort/i People Elect King to Rule in Polar Region 
faithful Pegasm H'onJering at Modern Aeroplanes 
E^nlerprising Advertisement U'rilers Secured Result i 
Discriminating Members Attend Elahorate Seances 
Extraordinary Excursionist Spent Money iMi-ishly 



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Northland Technical 
School for Designers 

New Course in the Graphic Arts 

The new course of inst7'uSlion in the Graphic Arts %vill 
include Compositio7iy Proofreading, Lettering, Writing 
of Copy and Practical Engraving. Instt^flion is given by 
corresponde?tce, every lesson of the course receiving indi- 
vidual attention f'ot?t the instruSiors . Through it the new 
and most approved educational methods are now applied 
to the Graphic Arts. Students are taught the reason why 
of good composition. All the principles of design and color 
harmony are applied to typography i?t a scientific manfier. 
The twelve lessons in Lettering will - 

meet the ever increasing demand for 
this work a?id it is a special feature 

Lessons in Lettering 

present the subjeSl in a new manner 
and give the information desired in 
the most useful way. They deal with 
methods of rep?~odu8iion and give 
ideas that facilitate work. Send for 
full information and sample lessons 



Read this letter from one man 
who graduated after taking a 
course of study in Decorative 
Design. The course is of the 
highest class and has proved 
to be of inestimable value to me 
in my work. Every lesson is so 
instruiiive that the study hour 
is a pleasure. It gave me much 
that could not be secured from 
any other source. As an invest- 
ment it certainly wins. I now 
make double my previous pay" 



Representative in this city for Northland Technical School 

Brodon G. Master lend 

Offices on Second Floor of Stiirman Building 



Century Border 



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Silver of^alify 

ING Louis XIV of France 
I attached to his royal court 
I the masters of every art and 
craft. He stimulated them 
to do their best by liberal rewards of 
money and extension of royal favors 
and the wisdom of this liberal policy 
was immediately seen in their work 

rauian was his enginter, Mansart built his palaces, 
LeBrun adorned them, LeNotre laid out his gardens, 
Gobefins wove his tapestry, Boule was his cabinet-maker, 
IVatteau painted his pictures, Ballin ivas his metal worker. 

Under such a master these men made his reign famous 
for its splendor. It was an age of iVIagnificence. Today 
we interpret that seventeenth centun,' magnificence 
in Rormens SoHd Siherware in the Louis XIV stj'le 
and the effect is exceeding!}' grand, with an impressive 
massiveness and richness seldom seen in modern times 

In an examination ofKormens&lverware there will 
bt found designs adapted to the different historical 
periods of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 
Kormens Silverware is recognized by its superiority 
and may be attained of leading jewelers everywhere 

KORMENS COMPANY 

iMiuiufacturers of^iality Silverware 
STKRLINGTOWN, MASSACHUSEITS 



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HERDING 

North River 

72 Point 3 A $6 90 4 a $3 90 $10 80 

STRANGLE 

Hardest Metal 

60 Point 3 A $6 00 4 a $3 40 $9 40 

MECHANICS 

Knocked Down 

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STYLE BINDING 

Decorator Holidays 

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NEW HISTORICAL SCENES 

House Containing Entertainment 



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MICHIGAN ORPHEUM FINISHED 

Conversation Interested Superintendents 



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ELEGANT RENDITION 
North Boston Lemon Clubs 
Comets Arrive on Schedule 



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GRECIAN MYTHS INTEREST 
Many an Interesting Conversation 
Enjoyable Afternoons Maintained 



10 Point 18 A $126 36a $125 $260 

EXPECT EARLY INDICTMENT 
Condemned Prisoners Are Sentenced 
Kind Magistrate Industriously Studies 
Contents of Ponderous Bound Books 
Millionaire Manufacturer the Victim 



8 Point 21AtllO 42a$116 ttlt 

ENTERPRISING SOCIETY NEWSBOYS 
Sale* Contequcntly Vastly Increaied Thereby 
Profita Make Lighter the Heart oi Little Mike 
Most Thunderous Tone Ever Audible in City 
Deafening Roars Make People Think of Babel 



16 A $126 $2a$I6n $2 76 



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REVIEWING NATIONAL GUARDS 
Duplicate Declaration of Independence 
Investors Realizing Unusual Dividends 
Foreign Places $1234567890 Amusement 



GENEROUS IMARGINS DELIGHT THE READER 
Modem Prinlert Alwiy* Given Proper Conaideration 
An Anttlic Toucli Require* Conception of tlie Beautiful 
T)rpot|raphcra Study Art of Other Periodi ind Peoples 
CokKwlo Reporit I.ar<e*t RainUII lor Nineteenlhre* 
Weather Bureaui in Western Slate* Givini Statemealt 
Graai A«ricultursl Display S12J4S678W Anticipated Nnt 



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Elements of Design in 
Decoration of Covers 

THERE IS ONE VERY NOTED CHARACTERISTIC 
OF COVER DECORATION THAT SETS IT APART 
FROM MOST OTHER DEPARTMENTS IN DESIGN 

IT is not unnatural when we consider 
what the principal function of the 
cover of a book has grown to be in 
its evolution from just a simple protective 
case; and surely, apart from extremely 
plain-lettered covers, there is more to be 
said in favor of a cover that serves in 
some way to suggest the character of the 
contents of a book than of one that only 
embodies a scheme of a purely formal 
line of decoration without any reference 
to what is contained within. The usual 
difficulty with many symbolic covers (a 
difficulty which has led us occasionally 
to emphasize, at their expense, covers of 
a more formal type) is that they, and the 
artists that design them, very often try to 
symbolize too much. It is a fundamental 
rule that no element of reality may enter 
into a scheme of decorative composition 
without undergoing such modification of 
its parts as may be necessary to bring it 
into relation to other elements in design 



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THE WESTERSER 


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CHAPTER VI 

TN October of thai year, 
1 Fred Furlman wat at ■ 
X po«l of the Harlem Bay 
Company when the newt 
came that a large body of 
En|(li>hteltlcr>wasathand. 
He uw at once what thit 
meant. With only a few 
hour*' preparation he set off 
on honeback, determined 
to tfi to Washington. He 
meant to tee Mr. Webber 
to tell him how possible it 
wat for the United State* 
to occupy Oregon, and to 
to prevent him from mak- 
ing a treaty which thould 
turrender that countr}-. 

With a companion and a 
guide he left the neighbor- 
hood of what it now Walla- 
Walla. It wat a terrible 
ride. Exactly three months 
afterwardt he wat at Santa 
Fe, having braved the ice 











ATRIP THROUGH 



THE WEST 



A NATURE STUDY 
WRITTEN BY 



FRANCIS W. HILLS 




BOSTON NEW YORK 



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COVER PAPER 



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320 South Montana Street, Philadelphia 



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HUNTS POLICE 

Neat Design Selected 
Question Eleven Boys 
Stevedore Triumphed 



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RECUT CASLON TYPE 

Eine Display of Modern Style 
Instruct Nine Clever Binders 
Parks and Beaches Thronged 

30 Point ' 4 A $2 00 12 a $2 25 $4 25 

DESIRES KNO WN METHOD 

Twelve Constables Overtake Burglar 
Coney Island Bathers Rescued Lady 
A mateur Detective Startles England 
Jumps From Automobile Into Ocean 



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GUA RDING A NCI EN T B UILDING 

Aruericaii Soldiers Return Quite Indignant 
Banker Insured Foreign Depositor Recently 
Kinctoscope Entertainment for Young Girls 



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DEPORTED SEVERAL AGED FOREIGNERS 

Beautiful Imported Chinaware Bought by Frenchman 
Public Exhibition of Antique Furniture and Novelties 
Melodrama Pleased Renowned European Playwright 
Training School Pupils Enjoyed Sail on Broad Pacific 



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LEGIBLE CHARACTERS PRODUCED BY AMERICANS 
Statesman Denounces Tricky Methods Employed by Crafty Detective 
Famous A nf/ior Reviews Works of Prominent English Fiction Writer 
Legislators Declare Laws Invalid After Many Unnecessary Remarks 
Natural History Being Studied by Freshman Class at Old University 



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G/Ai\T STEAMER RUNS A GROUND 
Large Gathering of Lithographers Delighted 
Dynamiting Beautiful Eastern Art Museum 
Japanese Curio Treasured Highly l)y Prince 
Bring Along S 1 2,U.';67SW That Office Devil 



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Cl/H REPORTER SUES STOCK BROKER 
Heaiilifiil Refill Caslon Italic Series Suite J Craft 
Lumber I nJustry Revolulioniied Since Civil ff'ar 
Great Opportunities for Young and Strong Miner 
A dventurers Tried in I 'ain to Resist ('all of H'ild 
Rapid (trowlh of Southwest Surprised Eoreigner 
Manhattan Island Still Holds Its Many Charms 



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mSCOVER Rl 7.V.V OF ASCI EST ROME 
Experts Cheat Themselves Auditing the Accounts 
StroHgest Kind of (Juadrupeds Seen Sear Chicago 
^^ ('ontestanis Finished Tedious Training 

' -..und Merchant Retires After Two Years 

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.\ns/C/A\S ENTERTAIN YOUNG ORPHANS 
AVv Hatertlmskrry A Jvertiiti Nim* Bartaint f»r Mem 
Jmritt Sfirmtt Bthr* Large an J imtelligent ilmlheringa 
OrgmmUimg ArmeJ TrtapM u Invade Jmmgltt •/ Barmn 
Trained Ptairt nrtigttird Yamng CHIdrea Ertm Texat 
King •/ Trtfiicat Itlamd Enjayi Lamg Star in Oermanr 
Ammemenl Retartt tllJ4Ult*0 Near ffartaavr Braek 



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COLOR IN ADVERTISING 

rHE attractive power of many 
good advertisements is ofttimes 
greatly increased by the use of 
proper color. From the standpoint of 
the reader^ the right use of that color 
is of primary importance. As it will 
probably command his attention, it is 
important that color should attract, 
not repel. Strong color used without 
discretion calls attention to itself not 
to the advertisement. Color that is 
carefully harmonized and used very 
discriminatingly with regard to the 
amount and its distribution will help 
to retain attention and concentrate 
it upon the important matter in the 
advertisement. One is an index finger 
pointing out and making clearer the 
way to the pith of the advertisement 
and the other an obstruction beyond 
which numerous readers never pass 



THE FISHING SONG 

Down in the wide, gray river 

The current is sweeping strong; 

Over (he wide, gray river 

Floats the fisherman 's song. 

The oar-stroke times the singtng. 
The song falls with the oar; 

A nd an echo in both is ringing, 
I thought to hear no more. 

Out of a deeper current 

The song brings back to me 

A cry from mortal silence 
Of mortal agony. 

Life that was spent and vanished, 
Love that had died of wrong. 

Hearts that are dead in living. 

Come hack in the fisherman 's song. 

With the rude strain swelling, sinking. 

In the cadence of days gone by. 
As the oar, from the water drinking, 

Rifiples the mirrored sky. 

Yet the soul hath life diviner; 

Its past returns no more. 
But in echoes, that answer the minor 

Of the boat-song, from the shore. 

A nd the ways of God are darkness; 

His Judgment waiteth long; 
He breaks the heart of a woman 

With a fisherman 's careless song. 



Empire Border 





Madison A venue and Bard Street 






^ir 7'E wish to call your attention to the special 
m/m/ display which we are now making of new fall 
f f and winter fancy dress materials. This display 
comprises the choicest patterns of the leading European 
manufacturers and was personally selected by our own 
expert representative. An early inspection will assure 
you of the opportunities to be derived from this display 






Franklyn Edwardson & Company 





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Hwmty Maadeville, PrrnJrmt 



Andrew Kane, .Vrrr#/«ry 



Palridt Manon. Trgasmrtr 



Radmon Printing Company 

Fine Catalogue Builders 

De»igner « : Engravers : lllmtrator» : Electrolypere 
PUBLISHERS OF THE IDEAL MONTHLY JOURNAL 



MaJison an J Krtndine Strtet* 
Mrm i'lirt City 



Bairtonia Chemical Syndicate 



Drugs 



WHOLESALER OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD CHEMICALS 
GENERAL REQUISITES FOR HOSPITALS AND SURGEONS 

Maker of Balgro Hair Tonic 



Hawthorne Avenue, Chicago, Illinois Statement \ 



Metropolitan Studios 

Magazine and Newspaper Advertising 
Clinton Street, New York City 

Elchimg Dtparlmtnt 



GRAND ENTERTAINMENT 

GIVEN FOR THE BENEFIT OF MEMORIAL HOSPITALS 



Undtr A mtpict* 





r'TEDIMENS 

%J MUSICAL SOCIETY 



r< it htU in 

AC A DEM Y OF MUSIC 



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New Gaslon 

^Po'"' ■ 3 A $9 30 4 a $5 20 $14 8) 

BINDERS 

Stone Bank 



3 A $7 50 4 a $4 26 $11 75 



RINGMEN 

Broad Marks 



60 Point 3 A $6 35 4 a $3 65 $10 00 

MORPHEUS 

Quaint Animal 
Made Demand 

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New Caslon 

;i A 14 Ki « ■ S3 ») r; ai 

LIGHT MONTH 

Champion Student 
Records Explained 

aNhl 4 A S3 50 6aS2 75 S6 2.1 

TENOR SINGERS 

Procure Caslon Type 
Right Ideas Sustained 

M Nut 4AS2 65 7aS235 tSflO 

HONESTY REMAINS 

Lumber Industry Thrifty 
Money Quietly Produced 



5A tZZS 9at2(IO S4 2S 



TIRED PIGEONS TUMBLE 

Logical Players Served Knights 
Competent Scholars Advanced 



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24 Point 



5 A $1 65 12 a $1 85 $3 50 



IMPROVED TYPES CONTINUE 

Typographical Novelty Everywhere 
New Caslon Series Extensively Used 
Unusual Results Obtained by Student 



18 Point 



8A $155 17a$170 $3 25 



HONEST POLICEMAN FOUND MONEY 

Rich Gentleman Spurns Extraordinary Reward 
Captains Investigate Strange Automobile Flight 
Several Dignified Ladies Entertained Reporters 
Expensively Gowned Maiden Becomes Excited 



12 A $1 45 24 a $1 56 $3 00 



IMPROVED BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN RESIDENCE 

Prominent Country Family Proposed Sensational Elopement 
Unsophisticated Couple Shadowed Through Northern States 
Detective Notified Headquarters After Several Days Elapsed 
Quiet Homes Greatly Agitated Over Recent Bold Procedure 



12 Point 



15 A $130 30a $146 $2 76 



DESIRE WONDERFUL STORIES 

The Publisher Requires Modern Type 
Diogenes Looked For An Honest Man 
Simplicity Combined With Adaptability 
Claims Beautiful Specimens of Printing 
Always Entertain $1234567890 Notions 



10 Point 17 A $1 25 34 a $1 25 $2 50 

TRUE FRIENDSHIP NEVER BROKEN 

American Company Exports to Every Nation 
Material and Workmanship the Highest Grade 
Designing Attractive Typographical Novelties 
Business Drawing Requirement of Catalogues 
Benefit for Children's Summer Vacation Fund 
Heavy Rainstorm Delayed Baseball Opening 



Fractions and Auxiliaries arc made for New Caslon 



8 Point 21 A $1 10 42 a $1 15 $2 25 

MANY UNWISE EARLDOMS REMAIN 
Beautiful Reliable Printing Becomes National 
Successful Under Average Model Conditions 
Many Sections Where Ideal Service Abounds 
Caslon Series of Type are Always Serviceable 



6 Point 23 A $0 95 47 a $1 06 $2 00 

NEW CASLON MEANS REAL STANDARD TYPE 

Practical Knowledge of the Printing Art Comes Readily 
The Reliable Type Faces Are Produced by this Foundry 
Handsome Cover Pages Presented to Careful Solicitors 
Beautiful Natural Scenery $1234567890 Abounds in Italy 



5 Point 21 A $0 95 42 a $105 $2 00 

LOGICAL ADVICE TAKEN RIGHT AIDS WONDERFULLY 
The Government Inspectors Remaining Silent Prepare Sensations 
Treasury Departments Which Control Lar^e Amounts Introduced 
International Questions Require Powerful Thinkers Everf Time 
Disabled Passenger Train Whistled for Help near Franklin Station 



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MEN NOTABLE 
FOR ORATIONS 

F. DOUGLASS 

W 

MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION 
NEW JERSEY 


























FREDFRIGK DOUGLASS AT 
Bl RFN DECORATION DAY 

F^ RIENDS and Fellow Citizens. Tarry 
here for a moment. My words shall 
be few and simple. The solemn rites 
ol this hour and place call for no lenjithened 
•pccch. There is, in the air of this resting- 
((round of the unknown dead, a silent, subtle 
and all-pervadinit influence, more touching, 
impressive, and thrillin|( than living lips do 
ever utter. Into the measureless depths o( 
every loyal soul it is now whispering lessons 
o< all that is precious, priceless, holiest, and 
•otl enduring in human existence. 

Dark and sad would be the hour to this 
Mtioa when i( failed to pay grateful homage 
lo its greatest benefactors. The offering we 
bring today is due alike to the patriot soldier 
dead and their noble comrades who still live; 
for. whether living or dead, whether in time 
orelcmily, the loyal soldiers who imperiled 
•Hlor aoantry and freedom become one and 
■■Wpanblc. Those unknown heroes whose 



LONG ISLAND RESORTS 



Where 
to «or 



Where ii the bcit place to |o thii «ani- 
mer? Is there ■ weM*conducte<J cily 
home in America where thit welcome 
yet puzzling question hat not awakened intcreal 
and brightened the eyes o( all within range? 

Now i( the fourth and fifth words are accented 
there it only one anawer— LONG ISLAND. 
There it no place where you can have to much 
comfort or tuch good tport at on Long Ittand. 
" Everyone knowt Long Itland/* you tay? Yet. 
You know there it a Long Itland. You know ol 
thoutandt living there. Hundrcdt o( thoutandt 
tummer there. But you don't realize itt varied 
charmt have brought to ilt hospitality many more 
pleaturc-aeekcrt than go to any ol 
IsUnd of the other tectiont or rctortt. Un't 
ra»time« j^ ^.qj^^ yo„r while to investigate 
and prove the worth of such evidence yourtelf— 
by personal espcrience P Think and read on. 

This it for thote who do not know exactly what 
Long Itland it today. Long Itland it the largett 
itland on the eattem coatt of the United Statea 
—123 milet long and from 15 to 25 milet wide, 
withacoatt lineofover^OO milet. Long Itland't 
phyiical contour and geographical location are 
tuch that it receivet the maximum of theocean't 
cooling breezes. These remarkably tteady windt 
in the tummer come from the touth, direct from 
the ocean — puix, life-giving and rich in ozodc 



RESIDENCE RESORT 
PLEASURE-SEEKERS 
TOOK LONG ISLAND 




WHERE COOL 

BREEZES 

BLOW 



Long Island Residence Hotels 

HOUSES EVBKYWHBK8 



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Bramford 

Carving Syndicate 






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GERMAN : GRECIAN : ITALIAN 
RUSSIAN : FRENCH : VIENNESE 

Statuary 



Best reproductions of all the finest 
creations by the hands of the best 
sculptors of modern times. Avery 
extensive and a very tastefully se- 
lected array of exquisite statuary 
is continually kept on exhibition 
in our Parlors of Exhibit. This will 
enable the most critical and most 
discriminating customer to make a 
prompt and satisfactory selection 



GOLD MEDALS SECURED FROM TWENTY- FOUR 
CONSECUTIVE STATE AND OTHER EXHIBITIONS 



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Hushor Engines 






HUSHOR MACHINES SUCCEED WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED 
THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE EFFICIENCY IN ENGINE MANUFACTURING 

Hushor Automatic Friction Clutches 

Hl'SHOR ENGINES AND AUTOMATIC SAFETY CLUTCHES HAVE SECURED THEIR 
REPUTATION FROM THEIR MANY YEARS OF PERFECT AND EFFECTIVE SERVICE 











The 

Edwin Derind 
Company 



WholeMic Dcalert 
in Finest 



Grape Products 

Bottled C^oods 

of the Hiffhest American 

Standard 



Headquarter » 

Nortbcm Turnpike and Vincland Koad 

Hcalthlown Calilomia 






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48 Point 3A$390 6a $360 $7 60 

MINERSNOTES 

Students Instruction 
Build Quaint House 



4A$330 7a$29S $6 25 



NEWBENCHREST 

Caslon Italic New Faces 
Thousands Overthrown 

36 Point 4 A $2 40 9a $2 60 $5 00 

EIGHT MUSKETS FIRE 

Decreased Hunters Rewards 
Honored Famous Statesman 



30 Point 4 A $180 11 a $2 45 $4 25 

PRINTERS DESIRE ORDERS 

Underworld Inhabitants Reformed 
Gambler Swindles Popular Banker 



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GRA CEFUL AMERICAN DANCERS 

Broadway Musical Comedy Stars Retiring 
Compositors Studying Principles of Design 
Thirsty Printers Refuse to Inspect Brewery 



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8A flilS 22a $1 90 (3 26 



INVENTOR LECTURED YOUNG MECHANIC 

Beautiful Characters Delighting Particular Customer 
Discriminating Jersey ites Censured Aged Magistrates 
Promising University Graduate Condemned Academy 



II Pint 



11 A (126 30a (176 $3 00 



SUPERIOR AMERICAN TYPE RELIEVED COMPOSITOR 

Acrobat Performed Daring Feats on Flagpole of Chicago Skyscraper 
Horse Show A ttracts Thousands of Most Fashionable Society Ladies 
Railroad Magnates Respond Quickly to Appeal for Eighty Thousand 
Job Printers Reminding Many Customers of Our New Caslon Italic 



13AnU SSmtiaO 1275 

BUSY WORKERS REPORT RUMORS 

Newspaper Editors Ignored Certain Threat 
Old Scientist Invited Opinions of Historian 
Pythons and Lion Engage in Fierce Struggle 
Tried Numerous Remedies for Tired Brain 
Discovers New $1234567890 Speed Marvel 



*'"'" ISAIIOS 44Btl45 $260 

AlRSmr UliHTS ON AKRON BUILDING 
Lonesome Jungles Atlractins Wild Game Hunters 
hoilem Sculptor Received Medal From University 
Systematic Investigations Revealed Startling Facts 
Greatest Profits Realized From Small Investment 
Famous Comedian Making Annual Farewell Tour 
GoUDiggrrs Return Without Causing Excitement 



» Point 17 A (0 90 SI » $1 35 $2 26 

HANDSOME DESIGNS PLEASE BOTANIST 
Oranite Structure H'ithslauding Terrific Explosion 
Able Lawyer Retained by Eccentric Yount Burglar 
f'ublishing f/ouie Ordered Complete Seriesof Type 
Boston Inventor Perfects Wonderful New Airships 



6 Point 



20A(080 80a $1 20 $200 



COLORADO MOUNTAISS KF.ACHF.D BY TOURtSTS 
Grtmteat Diteoverin Known to Amnican MrtHcai Fratrmtly 
Eltltly CoUt •/ llinloftrt Vnintwn Mtnlhh PnHiialitnt 
DmmntU Animnit SloUn from Mamltn tf Rich Rank Cltrt 
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QmtUltmtil RtimrJimt tl234S*nfOSfUm hnm CUntMliut 



6 Point 



l7A$om Ba$l» $200 



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Stupid Blatitmitk C»»4§mmt M»n Bf»mH/»t Stntimn !■ Npnim Jmfp 
MdmmlPimmot Hit***' Tknmgwd Wttk Trprittrt frmm S^mltirm Cdllftmlo 
tttmfnm tHmltr tUfuimtktd Htm i mmt Smm H Kit Ci^HuUi ImuiiMiom 
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Catalogue No. 1 

Showing for the First Time 
a Complete Line of Home 
Furnishings and Decorative 
Materials Simply Designed 
in the Modern Art Style 
Among Which are Included 
Furniture, Rugs, Window 
and Door Hangings, Wall 
Paper, Clocks, Lamps, Gas 
and Electric Fixtures, Etc. 



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Harper Brothers 

2345 East Broad Street 
Highburg 



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THE OPPICB BOY 



0, joy supreme! Say, talk about your 
happy kids, well, maybe I ain V the real 
little cherub of sunshine. Le' me tell 
you the cause of all this happiness. You 
know how nice the weather has been 
lately, well, it does make a fellow feel 
pretty peevish when he has to stick in 
an office while all the other kids are 
out playin' ball or swimmin'. Well, 
day before yesterday I sure did have 
'em. I felt just about as gloomy as 
Dr. Koch when he not that Kopenhaden 
report. Well, just as I was ready to 
do something rash, I hear three buzzes. 
Now, of course, three buzzes that 's my 
signal to hotfoot it into the boss' office, 
so / bolts in expectin ' to find the next 
atmosphere rather chilly and I also had 
a hunch that I was due for a very good 
bawling out. But instead of t 
stare, there sat his nibs waitir, 
with a big broad smile. Nou 
the boss isn 't a chronic grouch ■ 











7%^ Works of 
FREDERIC 
WILLIAMS 

Volume II 




Beatrice 
Fowlers 

PART 1 


SPECIAL HAND 
MADE EDITION 









28 



The Complete Works of 

James Henry 
Humperdinck 

Second Edition 



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VOLUME XXVIII 

EARLY COMPOSERS 
AND THEIR WORKS 



JAfANBSE IMPERIAL 
VELI.UM EDITION 



THE KIND OF MEN TO HIRE 

RECIPE for picking out the best 
business executives furnished 
by a writer for a large phrenological 
journal, whose definition about an 
executive is "an indoor business 
man." In the hope that his rules 
may prove valuable to the business 
world generally, a few extracts are 
quoted: "An employer who wishes 
to select an indoor business man 
needs a person who has the vital 
temperament, one who also has the 
following faculties always present: 
Casualty, comparison, order, human 
nature, calculation, secretiveness, 
conscientiousness and veneration. 

"The head of an indoor business 
man will consequently be broad in 
the upper part of the forehead, and 

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Condensed Caslon 

96Point 3A$840 4a$510 $13 50 

RICE KING 

Marked Soil 



84Point 3A$720 4a$440 $1160 

HIRED MEN 

Roast Chicken 



72 Point 3 A $0 75 4 a $3 60 $9 2.- 

SPRING POEM 

Unmasted Ships 



Condensed Caslon 

«fkM 3 AtSOO 4«tS10 tSlO 

HUNTS MINERS 

Secret Names Lost 

• r»nt 3A$320 6atS05 |S0 

PRINTERS REFUSED 

Display Caslon Quality 

"f^' 4A$2(!0 88S26S $5 25 

TRUSTED MEN SIGNED 

Demand Condensed Caslon 
Nearly Perfect Expositions 

^^'"' 4A«2in R«$2 1S M2S 

MODERN TERMS GRANTED 
New School Geography Printed 
Utilitarian Artistic Caslon Face 



Ma 



Condensed Caslon 



6 A $2 00 11 a $2 00 $4 00 



SECURED AMBITIOUS WORKERS 

Effective Advertising Material Shown 
Mechanical Perfection Here Attained 



7 A $166 15a $185 $3 50 



UNIFORMED ENSIGN ORDERS RETURN 

Harmonious Proportions Universally Praised 
Musicians Discourage Beautiful Cornet Player 



12 A $1 60 22a $165 $3 25 



10 Point 



21 A $1 20 42 a $1 30 $2 50 



SPECIAL NOVEMBER SALE 
Most Popular Condensed Face 
Nicely Displays Good Features 
Printers Prefer American Type 
Useful Member Caslon Family 



14 Point 



16 A $1 40 30 a $1 60 $3 00 



PRINTS MODERN ADVERTISING 

Fine Engraving House Complimented 
Old American Letter Press Specimens 
Publishers Revise Subscription Rates 
Journeyman Print Masters Obstacles 
The Most Fastidious Dresser Satisfied 



12 Point 19A$135 38 a $140 $2 75 

REAL DELIGHTFUL MYSTERY SOLVED 
Require Absolutely Honest and Careful Printer 
General Praise Secured From City Publishers 
National Advertisers Endorse American Type 
Also Other Prominent Expert Advertising Men 
American Type $1234567890 Founders Face 

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PROSPEROUS KINGDOMS EXISTED 
Newspapers Demand Caslon Condensed 
Modern Compositors Fervently Praised 
Fine Productions with Modern Material 
High Grade Printing by First-Class Men 
Pleasure and Profit in Modern Printing 
New Type Made Composition Enjoyable 
Printers and Customers Highly Pleased 



8 Point 24 A $110 46a $115 $226 

ENTERTAINED THOUGHTFUL GENTLEMEN 
Second Monthly Reunion of the Oldest Inhabitants 
Contributing Member Received Many Inducements 
Honorable Lawyers Encouraged by Recent Lecture 
Beautiful Edition Completed and Delivered Sunday 
Conservative Diplomat Makes Ridiculous Remarks 
Secretary Declined Renomination After Discussion 
German Band Playing Popular Music Near Factory 
Descriptive Circulars Mailed to Prospective Buyers 



6 Point 



26 A $0 95 52 a $105 $2 00 



SIMULTANEOUS AND POSITIVELY UNAVOIDABLE 
Printers Required New Materials to Replace the Old Worn 
Out Supplies on Hand, and, as the Aim Ever Had Been to 
Produce Distinctive PrintinJ, Naturally. When Orderint 
New Material, New and Modern Desitins Were Selected to 
Displace the Old-Eashioned, Out of Date Goods on Hand 
The Demand for Orifiinality and Distinctiveness of Dcsi£n 
In Printinu was Originally Made and Naturally Insisted on 
By Manufacturers and Advertisers of National Reputation 
Whose Experience Has $1234567890 Its Advertising Value 



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3 EDI ^D)@==1E3F=^EI 



he Portlan 

Multiple Punching Machine 








HOLKS punched any distance apart from 1'4 to 24 inches. Any 
number of holes punched at once, to full capacity of machine. 
An endless variety of punching, and absolutely accurate. Very 
rapid. Best system of gauges yet devised; two micrometric back gauges 
which can he set in any desired position and adjusted to the hundredth 
part of an inch. Specially constructed side gauge allows use of full 
length .^0-inch table. Graduated rule, 30 inches long, is inlaid in table. 
Drawer under punches, into which paper punchings drop, preventing 
litter around the machine. Fourteen sizes of round punches furnished 
from three thirty-seconds of an inch up, graduated by thirty-seconds 



KiMi(-p4»H'cr with side f,*^i^ 
•nd micromcirichick KauKjcs. 
It alto lupplird with sicam 
fiiturn and noisrlrss power 
clutch, annihrr of (he nrw 
and nrijiinal fralures of this 
rrmarkablv rfricicnt machine 



h>r full particular! and pricri 
inijuirr of any branch of the 



Not only is the first cost of these machines very much 
less than other multiple punchin|> machines, but the 
price of hunch heads is also a fireat deal lower. Any 
size and style of punch head made to order on short 
notice. When you purchase a "Portland** you make a 
larf^e savinf{ and continue to save every time you add 
a punch head. You could not purchase a better punch- 
in|( machine than the "Portland** if you paid twice 
as much for it. This is a generally recofinized fact 



AmericanType Founders Co. 




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FIFTIETH ANNUAL SALE OF 

ri "Bubrand" ^ 

J^caris 

CONSISTING OF MANY NEAT AND NOBBY 
DESIGNS FOR THE CRITICAL CUSTOMER 



Fifteen hundred fine scarfs, variety of 
which is great, embracing eight plain 
colors, an almost endless combination 
in stripe and neat effects on dark and 
medium grounds. This stock is made 
of best domestic and imported silks in 
reps, satins, amures and surahs. An 
ideal assortment affording a very wide 
range of selection. When you examine 
these scarfs, take particular notice that 
they have the wide, open ends. They 
are a manufacturer's stock, and made 
to sell at prices from 50 cents to $1.00 



Economy in price has not been offset by 
economy in material. Tbese scarfs are 
in every respect all that we aver. They 
are the best value in this city today at 



25. 



MONK & SIREN 

CORNER SEVENTEENTH AND HENRY STREETS 



Ned Hartmain 
Printery 



ENGRAVER 

PRINTER 

BINDER 



Telephone 

Number 

124-M 




The few circulars sent forth 
from this modern printing 
office merely made known 
its aim and purpose. It was 
too early then to speak with 
authority of its accomplish- 
ments and cite reasons why 
you should grant it favor or 
patronage. The sturdy ideal 
for which it stands has met 
success from the very outset 
and we have had three years 
as one husy season. In this 
time we have executed our 
work in such a manner that 
we feel proud, andcontained 
in our books of samples are 
many interesting specimens 
of good printing. Theobject 
of this effort is to establish 
closer relationship with all 
our friends and patrons here 

TheModelShop 

LOCATED AT HELM STREET 
AND BELMONTER AVENUE 



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UNRIVALED FACILITIES ENABLE 
US TO GUARANTEE OUR QUALITY 
AND IT ACCOUNTS TO NO SMALL 
DEGREE FOR THIS REMARKABLE 
SUCCESS IN PLEASING EVERYONE 






MENHER 

PRINT SHOP 



The kind you ought to use and when you 
ought to have it, that is when you really 
need it. We have contracted the habit of 
satisfying all our customers. Our work as 
a business getter is of the highest quality 



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SPECIAL FE^ 



ARTICLES BY HENRY J. NORTH 
I — ——————— 



A 



^HE publishers of 

' Fi!cho desire to an 

1^ to their readers t 

' have secured the 

of Henry J. Nort 

one of most noted 

<'i i>ci.><.iii-u;i\ conditions in the i 

world. Mr. Northampton will ru 

of articles dealing with his own p 

experiences in some of the large 

and mills throughout the country 

gifted writer has a style that is i 

interesting, and holds the reader 

throughout. His wide-range of ex 

enables him to deal with this sut 

an intelligent and entertaining m 

and at the same time prove very i 



THE ECHO PUBLISF 

No. 279 Market Street. CHICAC 



i'Bj-Hfi lu-fift 



An Ideal Vacation 

Beach House 



LOCKPORT, MAINE 




HARKINS & BURTON 



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PROPRIRTORS 



Umv Bm^mr Nm. 1 VanMite OnMmmt llntMay tlMwalar 



Heavy Caslon 

84 Point 3 A $9 45 4 a .$o 30 $14 75 

FINDERS 

Hold Firm 



72 Point 3 A $7 70 4 a $4 40 $12 10 

KITCHENS 

Decide Race 

60 Point 3 A $6 70 4a $3 80 $10 60 

SMOULDER 

Honors Given 
Sending Dime 



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3At445 5«t3 06 treO 



REIMBURSING 

Entertain Binders 
Securing Material 

arwtat 3A»ao 6a|ZK I62S 

MODERN CITIES 

Remains Handsome 
Claims Best Quality 



4A$2m fiaS22n fSOO 



PRESIDING KNIGHT 

Harmonious Decoration 
Distinctly Characteristic 



5A 1220 SatZnS t4 25 



MENTIONED CHILDREN 

Produced Handsome Printing 
Remunerative Considerations 



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Heavy Caslon 

24 Point 6 A $1 85 10 a $1 66 $3 EO 

DETERMINING INSTRUCTION 

Conventional Shouters Disembarked 
Including Delightful Entertainments 
Manufacturer Solves Great Problem 



8 A $1 55 16 a $1 70 



HONORED PROMISES RECEIVE NOTICE 

Balmy Spring Weather Delighted Our Printers 
Neater Display Rewards User of Heavy Caslon 
Gives Sensational Musical Performances Again 
Several Boisterous Co^vboys Returned Monday 



14 Point 12 A $1 45 23 a $1 66 J8 OO 

REIMBURSED PRESIDENT SAILING FOR EUROPE 

Beautiful Specimens Reward Users of this Practical Series 
Heavy Railroad Engine Climbed Mount Royal Every Hour 
Fashionable Society Entertains Visiting Dukes From India 
Great National Sport Opens on Westminster Cricket Field 



12 Point 14 A $1 30 29 a ?1 45 $2 75 8 Point 19 A $1 10 38 a $1 16 »2 26 

MAINTAIN SUPREME QUALITY detains distinguished number 

_ . o • IVT • 1 Scientist Claims Most Original Discoveries 

Requirement Sometimes Nonsensical AType Combining Usefulness with Beauty 

Observe Dignity in this Lovely Series These Liberal Font Schemes Help Printers 

Received Large Orders Every Month 'S^::^:^^'T:;:Z:^::^^T:iZ 

Demands $1234567890 Satisfaction Brains and Printing Make Hundreds Think 



10 Point 16 A $120 32aJ130 $2 50 6 Point 20 A $0 95 40a $105 $2«l 

RICHEST MERCHANDISE SECURED the word unique more descriptive 

-»T x-»i-.i/-iT^ • mjiT" • ^ This Modern Series of Caslon Faces 15 Superior 

Very Delightful Excursion Made by 1 ourist pie«,ing Advertisers by strength «nd Legibility 

Recreation Made Healthy and Athletic Men stupendous Profit sharing concerns Org«ni«* 

_^ T,, Ti • J 1 i-v Best Technical Education Absolutely Requiredj 

Exact Measurements Required by Owners ^.^^ Rehearsals of Many Dramatic speculation^ 

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AN INSTRl'MENT BUILT 
ON HONEST PRINCIPLES 




Harmon Company 

52 Oak Street, Dells, Ohio 

BRANCH SAI.KHROOMS 

New York Chicago Bosloa Clncinnali 

Portland Taeoma Saalllc Spokane 

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Overcoats $25 up 
Suits $19 to $40 




Behmard 
Store 

48 East Broadway 



Thoroughmade Clothes are 
like a Thoroughbred Horse 

Back of each there must be a strictly 
unblemished pedigree without which 
there is neither the thorough breeding 
of a horse nor the thorough making of 
clothes. Strip check-rein and trappings 
off an ill-bred horse and straightway he 
droops into dispirited cobship. Put an 
ill-made suit on a live man and send it 
through a rainstorm, and it wilts into 
forlorn swathing. When a man makes 
a purchase of clothing he should be 
sure that the garments are backed by 
a real pedigree— blue-blooded clothes 



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American Type 

Founders Company 

LEADER OF FASHIONABLE TYPE STYLES 

The type, borders, ornaments 
and other printing materials 
made by this Company excel 
in design, and their durability 
is assured by practical use of 
the best ingredients for their 
respective requirements. The 
printing office equipped with 
its productions is worth more 
for either use or sale than one 
made up from the materials 
of incomplete type foundries 




A Virile 
Story of 

Wild Life 



By H. B. GREN 

IN the Alaskan goldfields Greo 
has shared the wilderness life 
of hunters, ranchmen, hostile 
Indians and Mormons. His hero 
is saved from a lone death in the 
desert, rides, fights and loves with 
the people >vho have so gallantly 
taken him in. Their leader, the 
giant patriarch of the vast Purple 
Desert, is more typical of his time 
and place than any character in 
fiction. The earnest taming of the 
wild horse Silvermane, the quest 
for Mescal, the young girl of the 
sunset, through mirage and sand 
storm, are but trvo of the many 
thrilling events in its very finely 
written and illustrated chapter* 



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|ABIT is the strongest link in the chain of life. To 
the twentieth century philosophers life is not so 
much a matter of destiny or environment as it is 
a matter of sequence. Man is a creature governed 
by habit. What you do to-day determines what 
you will be to-morrow. Form the Saving Habit 
now. The Corn National conducts a special department for the 




smaller depositor 
cent interest if th 
A savings accoun 
mean no more th 
guaranteed to giv 
home protections 
youth when your 
children are then 
in business or in 
banking in this w 
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directors are will 
most extensive n 
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Our Bird Friends out in the Garden 



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'OW we all love the first breath of sprin((. Then 
we are reminded of the many brijjht days that 
are cominii. When sprinfi has actually taken form 
and separated herself from the mists of meltinf( snow, 
brinfiinfi Pandora's own box of mysteries for lufSf(ajSe, 
even the fiarden owner who has ceased to expect the 
miraculous to happen suddenly becomes alert, and is 
continually in the altitude known as nose to the wind io 
the lore of the wild. Which of the earth tribe that live 
by root, bulb and seed has survived the lon){ winter? 
Who of the winfied company have safely passed the 
perils of flif(ht throufih storms and unfriendly lands? 
We walk alonfi the paths and into the (garden of our 
summer home and find answers on every side. Nestinft 
places there are ((alore in tree, bush, briar-patch, and 
well-contrived houses that are fjladly welcomed by our 
bird friends. Shed-beams are here for the Phoehes and 
snu|i)(eries for House Wrens, a heap of cedar brush in 
farm land if the Carolina Wren is home-huntin|(; the 
Robins will find many home sites among the 
trees and roof nooks. A fine 
((roup of spruces 
on a knoll above 
the pool where 
in early spring 
the first peep of 
the Hyla is heard 




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Litho Roman 

72 Point 3 A $8 80 4 a $5 10 $13 9fi 

TINKERS 

Bonds Sold 

60 Point 3 A $7 70 4 a $4 45 $1215 

SOLDIERS 

Hand Caster 



3 A $5 00 4 a $2 90 $7 « 



HOT SPRING 

Delights CroM^d 



86 Point 3 A $2 65 6 a $2 35 »5 



SOUGHT PRINTER 

Lithographic Printers 
Sleighs Mannfactureq 

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NOTHING IS PERFECT 

The Famous Litho Family 
Most Useful for the Priuter 



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DEMOTHUS IS DELIGHTED 

Annual Exhibition of Machinery 
Economic Convention Adjonrns 
Decorous Sobriety and Restraint 



8A $1 7U 14 a tl 55 $3 26 



DEM I' RE MAIDEN 

The Mischiev'ous Boy 
Grenadiers Advancing 
Five Ilnndred Dollars 



10 Point 15 A $1 26 28a $1 25 $2 50 

EXHIBITION OF FRUITS 

Choice Opporiiiiiity in Cities 
Many Iiitorf^stint^ Anecdotes 
l^nNopliiNtlcuted Campaiiiner 
Thrillinjl^ Adventures of Jack 
The Hero of the Sunken Ship 



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MOUNTAIN SCENKUIES 

Pluiiihrrs Invostinji^ Money 
Koooivod (loldoii Souvenir 
SubNcrihorN Want Premium 



8 Point ISA $116 MatllO KU 

THAT LOWKR CASE FEATURE IN 

Litho Romnn Maken it Doubly l^aefal 
Often n Line and SomeliineH the Entire 
Job Can be Maiie More I'leaninit by the 
I'ae of I^iwer Cane, Tlien, Unt, lA>wer 
Cane and Capital Letters Tttijether are 
More Leiiible Than I'pper Cane Alone 



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letter DeNii^ii In AHHiirod Sincere 
Showinji in Ainerirnii Specimoiis 
Even Casual L.Her Spariiiii May 
Certifltd 812;M.-S(>78i)0 Shares 

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HAMKKH KHKC;TS M«tl>KHN itl'II.DINOS 

Pivaaini KlfM?la Ikvrlved from Amf^rtran Txpa 
Nval Work Aiwajra Aaaurvd With New Farra 
Manr Sludioua Mavhanira Kfraivf^d >fantioa 
Hpaaimana at Itaalrabla Standard l.ina Trpaa 
Oaod Haaulla Oblainad With l>ropar Matvrtal 
Oriltnai Fralnraa llithir Kndorard hr f'rillaa 
Otia llundrad PaHa^titfrra I.ftat in Shipwreck 
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Special Slio^v^ 
Dxivs for Fall 



HAVING received lariie Hhipinenta of new 
lt<H><iN piirrhaMpd in Mew York laHt month. 
we flcHire to announre We<lneM<lay. Thuraday 
and Friday, (lrtot>er aixth. aeventh and eiijlilli. 
aa formal Diaplay I>ayH in our Readyto-Wear 
l>p|iarlnirnt. On ihear three dnya it will he onr 
pleaaure to preaent for your conaideration the 
moat romprehenaive exhibit of thia aeaaon'a 
modea in Iteal For Lined Rmpire and Paddock 
CiMta. F'ur and Feather Neck I'iecea, Waah 
Silk anil Cotton Tailored and I.iniierie Waiata, 
Street and Dreaa Skirta. Fine Tailored Street 
SuitH, Neiiliiipe houae Garmenta. Miaaea* and 
('hildren'a ('oata. The Kiatler Store haa lonit 
Iteen rrroiiniy.ed aa the faahion renter of South 
(Mean, and in thia apecial ahowing we are not 
^init to diaplay anythinit hut the very latest in 



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KKurEST YUl' A>'D 
YI>fR FHIENI>N TO 
VINIT THIS STORK 
0> DAYS DKVMTKU 
KNTIKKLY TU THIS 
SPECIAL SBOWINC 
LIGHT Ll'NCH WILL 
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WAITING HOOM ON 
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ladiea will appreciate a 
ttention haa been liiven 
ivere it not {<ir thia one 
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CLl'B 

Thm N»w Tvanla t'ourla and 
Baollai Allrir> •) Ihr Club 
• r» MOW roaipUtf>d and oprii 
la all atrmhrra of thr Sprint 
Park < lubandlhrirlamilira 
ar IrUada. Kr,rr rllorl haa 
Waa pal lorlh In aaaurv Iha 
••"•aa of Ihla aaw taalnra, 
aad ••arrtliiat haa baan ao 
»ro«idad Ibal Iha CInb will 
»'*"• ■ (raal allrarllon Ihia 
raailalaaaaon.Thialralnra. 
raaikinad with all iha hnuaa 
prl<ila(aa.aiakFa a larmbar- 
ahip la Ikia Clab daairabla. 
■•d ll I. hnpad Ibal all Iha 
"•"^'« aad frianda will 
laba aaah ad<'aBla«a nl Ikia 
aal-doar laalara aa will jna- 
ltl» Ikaaddilioaofolharand 
— r. a.la.ai,. allrar 

Jina aat n^o 



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on Slreef, South Olean, Nov York 




WILL OPEN STORE 
ON ALL EVENINGS 



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TITLE LITHO ROMAN 

60 Point 3At8» 

PRINTED 



54 Point 3 A r? 20 

MENDERS 



48 Point 3 A (6 50 

PROMOTER 
RAMBLERS 

42 Point 3 A $4 60 

COMPOUNDS 
GRUMBLING 



36 Point 4 A *8 7i 

RODS BROKEN 
SMOKE HOUSli 

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6A 13 00 



15H1GHT STUDENT 
EASTERN FRIEND 



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INHERITED MANSION 
SOUND UNIVERSITIES 



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7A$2SO 



MEGAPHONE CONDEMNED 
SHOWING NOBLE ROMANS 



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8A$2 00 



DISREGARDING 
RACKS ROl GHT 



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10 A 12 00 



NOTES EMPHASIS 
GOLDEN QUALITY 



11 A tl 75 



NATURAL HISTORY 
CIIIXK NUMBERED 



8 Point No. 2 16 A $1 26 

MANY BOYS LEAVE FARM 
DISTINCT LITIK) QUALITY 
ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE 
DETERMINED STATESMEN 

8 Point No. 1 20A(12S 

RECORD RREAKINC. ATHLETES 
m^NTINCJ MONS IS I)AN<JKR<>I'S 
Dl^RINCi THE SEVENTH SEASON 
SATISFIED THE ART PRINTERS 

6 Point No. 4 20 A tl 00 

THE KFFECTIVR AND PKOCiHKS.SIVK 
MANY KNEKfiRTIC PHINTEKS WISELY 
EDrCATINf. THE PrBLIC TO A BETTER 
APPRECIATION OF Ql'ALITY IN FACES 



12A tlSO 



6 Point No. 3 



23 All 00 



AMKHICAN LINE TY PE 
OHNAMENTS ARTISTIC 



PUBLIHHRRS WHf> NBtiLliCT THK STI^OY 
OF GOOD TYP<><>HAPHIC HTYLK ARK NOT 
ONTOTHKIK JI>B. THOHK WHO PLACE THB 
GREAT ADVEHTIHING CONTRACTN. ALHt> 



*'**' IS A 1140 « Point No. 2 28 A $1 00 

COM i»i:ti:nt ADVERTISERS :,^^":;;J.";:.v;,:7."::":^o"r:": 

m iKii.AH BADLY iNjiTRED "r.:;; v^iii^V"" «;";^u:;: 

****" 16An2S 6 Point No. I WAtlOO 

SHVKNTll VNNI'VI HI«'fl<"I*nO^ »«■••»•■ o» »■« r»ii<T»» r«« •■tt«« »•••■« «rn.t. 

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Condensed Litho 

72 Point 3 A $6 75 4 a $3 95 $10 70 

SUPERFINE 

Great Demand 



Making Plates 




60 Point 3A$595 4a$345 $940 

PRODUCTION 

French Brokers 
Northern Home^ 

48 Point 4 A $4 16 6a$335 fJ60 

KNIGHT ELOPEDI 

Humble Actor Tried 
European Physician 

360 



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4AIZ40 »«tZ60 1600 



HONORABLE MENTION 

Modern Engravers Begniled 
Tastv Printer Desired Litho 



6At200 llmt22S M2S 



CRITICS INFLUENCE YOUTH 

Oldest Detective Given Preference 
Recogul/e Superior Cover Designs 



6 A 1175 13a $175 $3 50 



STRIKING MODELS MERIT HONOR 

Faces Having Many Points of Superiority 
Particular Printer >vitli Elated Customers 



Uf^ttf 



lOA tl 60 20m $166 $3 26 



MONDE HELL SCHOLAR 

Advert isin« Seven Barj^ains 
Enjoys Ride fo Conev Island 



UAtltf 28b$1&6 $300 



JISTII Y i:ACn LINK IN YOUR 

Sllrk and TluTcby Hoconio Popular 
Willi Our Hiii Kn(Mnv,llio Stonoman 



10 Point 18A$120 36a$130 $2150 

SIMPLE MAIDENS REHEARSE 

Quiet I'luce Near Reautiful Mansion 
Refreshing Bree/.es of North Shores 
Children Amused Pioneer Merchunf 
Honest Dealer Contradictinii Ranker 



8 Point 22 A $110 Ma $116 $2 26 

ORNAMENTATION PRIMARY INSTINCrr 
HanaoMoai Color Scbrntr!i llrroralint i'apera 
Prodorllonii Thai Mark an Kporh in ihr Trade 
IliMory of I'rintint I'oinU Oal Somr Abililirs 
Work of Drft llandH (inidrd bv Sladioni llrada 



"**' 17A$1S6 S4a$l«> $276 

PI.EASINCi DKSKiN READILY SOU) 

Advertisers Demand ()rijiin:il ('((iiipositors 
The Ac rurale Sl:i;il5(i7S!)0 Anvil Finished 

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UAtOK 48a$106 $200 



FCMIAMKNTAI. PRINCIPLE OF TVPOCRAPIIY 

Warkaiaa lalaifively V^mw^ Arlialie C^nkiaalioa 
/^kras aad KIpakanI* Aain»rd (lkiUr«»a at lk» CiroHH 
Saai* Katirrijr Soilabio llr»i(a»Tk*nntkly Salialylat 
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Bronze Masterpieces 



SOME years ago we started an effort to popularize in this city 
I the best bronze work of America and Europe, and mc now offer 
for your critical inspection the results of a carefully selected 
collection of masterpieces in sculpture of bronze of both American 
and foreign artists. These works are entirely original and have 
been highly commended by connoisseurs and art collectors both in 
this country and abroad. This exhibition is now in progress on the 
seventh floor and is the most notable one of its kind that has ever 
been held in America. The real significance of the present revival in 
bronze statuary will be at once apparent to the observant visitor 
at this exhibition. A visit from you will afford us much pleasure 



To those of our patrons who are 
interested in this exhibition and 
find it inconvenient to attend in 
person, we have prepared a finely 
illnstrated booklet which will be 
mailed on receipt of their address 



WayBide Ornament 



THE LINCOLN AERO CLUB 

KANSAS CfTY. MtSSOURI 

Desires to announce to its frienils antl 
the public in general that many o( the 
most prominent aviators of the conntry 
have been secnreil to compete in the 
semi-annual tournament of the club on 

Governor s Day 

at the Missouri State Fair Grounds at 
Austin. This event promises to outdo 
anything of its kind ever attempted in 
this part of the United States. Special 
arrangements for facilitating travel is 
in the hands of a competent committee 

RUTHERFORD J. MASON 

Recording Secretary 




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Boxes 



A GOOD PLACE TO LEAVE YOUR 

JEWELRY WHILE ON YOUR 

VACATION TRIP 



Local and Lonft Distance 
Telephones 



The Boston Safety Go. 

NEW LONDON, CONN. 




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Brushton Paint CompaiNY 



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CROWN BRAND WHITE LEAD 

PAINTS. OIIJ<ANU VARNISH KS 
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The Rurclork ('OtnpHny wuulH r*»»»|MTl- 
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tt limited time only, at our Kxhiliit Hall 




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on S««rond Avt-niii". The array will con* 
Hiwl of Hpotinf*. forkHand Mervind pieeen, 
tea tterviooN and dinner ware, Irayn and 
bowl*. etc. C'ut lilaNM di*eaiilerM,whiwkey 
juiH.'and nilver mounted vanetc.etr. (^ard 




Capital and Surplus 






rtaaei*. ri|lar«*lte and ri^nr ra«eN. pocket 
kniveM. matrb boxen and deak fitlin^n. 




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IWTKKKirr Paiixin Dkhohith 










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DRAMO JRWRIJIY HMdl- 


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anil Coal Lunils 






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CONDENSED TITLE LITHO 

3AI6 75 



RENUMBER 



54 Point 4A$660 

SEIZE BRIDE 



4A$5 00 



HUNT MINERS 



42 Point 5 A $4 9 

SECURE KNIGHT 



36 Point 6 A $3 




STRONGER DESIG 
VERY FINE SERIES 

REQUIRED PRINTINGS 
SELECT MODERN TYPi 



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CONDENSED TITLE LITHO 

Ml^tetNcht 8 A t2 GO 

IMMiniESTING SPECIMEN 

i»tj:asing beauty doctor 

■ 1 9AtStM 

I IHEGTING HANDSOME BUILDINGS 
PULMS CHARMING AND DISTINCT 

l-otetNaS 11 A e 60 

HANQIET SEVERAL HONEST TINKERS 
(JRAM) REIMONS HELD FREQUENTLY 

intSoS UAtiOO 

THE AMERICAN TYPE FOl NDERS COMPANY 
MODERN DESIGNERS RECEIVED STUDENTS 

■ Mm N«. 1 IS A tZ 00 

GRANT I IKE ITGHTING HERO DIAMOND MEDAL 
DISCARD YOIR RROKEN AND WORN OUT SERIES 

BKhnNeS KAtlBO 12 Point No. 1 aAtlSO 

VKHY FINE SIMUN(i MOKMNG sighting TOKPKDO boat LKSTKOYKR 

Sr\ ('VISES MI'CMI VWIKTY <"RI'iskr brokkthk spkkd kkcokds 
rni i»r\:'r'ci'>->*i-i'*tiui iVix'ri'o i»km()i.ishki» hanosomk stkamship 

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BfMM M« 4 •» A t1 HI MKRCHANT HAS OCCASIONAL COMPBTITION 

z> A >i w nHni ASE WONDRRFVL AtrrOMOBILK COVEH 

MADE WORLD-WIDE REPiTATioNs ".;:.!;rA"^i;si;s^Tri;:'N?E'.^^^^ 

CHANGE VOTING DISTRICT OFTEN 

STILISH NOVELTIES ORIGINATED .Po4n.Na, »ai,«o 

AMWUTKLV VALl'ASLB PaSMirM!! PaRIKKTKD 

dPBCIAL ATTB^rTION BMAaDINIi INHTBrMBMTa 

MTBOIile LBTTBB POB TBB UBNBBAI. JOB PBINTBB 

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STRONGLY BlILT MAN COMING HOME 

DISTHIKI TING DEAD TYPE PROMPTLY " '''*"' "''^ «*»'« 

BOI.O SAILOR GRANTED SHORE LEAVE '^'^J^r\ltll^T»ll.llJ'""n/^l,V^"'. 

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BXItJSITION STAKTKh WITH (iKKAT HOPK .Po4MNa.i HAiioo 

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48 Point 3A$610 4 a $3 70 $980 

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Big Returns 
Ilf^ids Enter 
Distributin^g 

36 Point 3 A $3 40 4 a $2 00 $5 40 

BUST MODERN 

Lai*gest Syndicate 
Ei:x:peiisi^e Habits 
Gri*eat Impoi*taiiee 



30 Point 3 A $2 45 5 a $1 80 



DESIGI^S MODERN 

Reautiful Homes^tead 
Reinarkable Printers 
Tran^sf er Department 
Emergency Hospitals 




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GEORGE C. JIMSON. SECRETARY 



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Roy H. Willis. Vice-President 
Lawrence W. McKim. Cashier 



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42 Point 



3 A $3 65 5a $2 60 $625 



SINGED RIDER 

Kitchen Musician 



36 Point 



3 A $2 65 6 a $2 35 $5 00 



MERINOS 

Great Band 



so Point 



4 A $2 15 8a $2 10 $4 26 



MEN BRING 
Roman Herds 



24 Point 



6 A $1 70 10 a $1 80 $3 50 



SEND PRINCE 
Gardener Soidfvil 



18 Point 



! A $1 55 16 a $1 70 $3 25 



FRENCH CHEMIST 

Modernized Condition 

14 Point 11 A $1 45 22a $1 55 $3 00 

MUSICIAN DELIGHTED 
Presents Finest Exhibitions 

12 Point 13 A $130 27 a $145 $2 75 

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10 Point 15 A $1 20 30 a $1 30 ?2 50 

ELECTRIC MACHINERY 
Grecian Philosopher Expires 

8 Point 18 A $1 10 35 a $1 16 $2 25 

FAMOUS HISTORICAL PRINTER 
Proposing Typographical Researches 
Annually Instructing College Toilers 



6 Point 20 A $1 00 39 a $1 00 $2 00 

PURCHASE AMERICAN EXCELLENCE 
This Typo Enables Many Printers to Keep in 
the Lead and 81234567890 Pleases Customers 

6 Point No. 2* 23 A $1 00 45 a $1 00 S2 00 

PRINTERS KNOW THV TYPES AND INVEST 
JudioiouHly. Remember Old Faces Are Not Always 
Old Frienda. A Type That Will Also He ScIeoUK!- 

6 Point* 17A$100 34a $100 J!0(i 

EXCESSIVE RACKET PREVENTS MUSICIAN 
Mendacious Tourist Fiddler Resumes I.ong Journc: 
Members of this League are Promoters of Fine Artii 

6 Point Title No. 4 21 A $1 W 

FACE AND SIZE FOR EVERY DEMAND 
ENGRAVING EFFECTS SHOWN HERK 



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PARTICULAR CUSTOMERS ARE SATISFIEi: 
IMITATION ENGRAVING DONE WITH LITIK 

6 Point Title No. 2 28 A |1 (« 

DEMONSTRATIONS IN LATE STVLES AND FACK 
SHOWING KLKGANT SIMPLICITY OF TYPOGRAPH' 

6 Point Title No. 1 30 A $1 

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MILLINERY EXHIBIT 

IN ORnER TO SHOW THE SEASON'S STYLES IN FALL 
AND WINTER HATS. WE WILL EXHIBIT A NUMHER OF 
DISTINCTIVE IMPORTED I'RODITTIONS AS WELL AS 
SOME OFOl'R OWN EXCMSIVE MODELS. COME TO Ol'R 
GRAND OPENING. SPECIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED 
TO YOr TO INSPECT THE VERY LATEST CREATIONS 
IN .MILLINERY. BEAI'TIKIL SOl'VENIRS PRESENTED 

THUKSDAY. SEPTPLMBER TWENTIETH 

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Compressed Litho 



60 Point 



3 A $4 60 4a $3 16 $7 75 



EDITORS Disputed 



48 Point 



4A$3 25 6a $300 $625 



Northern HISTORIANS 



6 A $2 10 8 a $2 16 $4 2 



HOLDING RARE Demonstration 



I Point 



6A$18S lla$2 15 $4 00 



Misappropriated INCREASED STOCKS 



3 A $160 15a $190 $3 60 



RELIABLE MERCHANTS Indorsed Application 



11 A $1 45 22 a $1 80 $3 25 



PEDESTRIANS GATHERING FRAGRANT HONEYSUCKLES 
Gentle Summer Breezes Refreshing Their Fevered Brows 



14 Point 



15 A $130 30a $170 $3 00 



BOLD INTRUDER FOUGHT POLICEMAN 
Found Lurking Around Corner Stores 

12 Point 19 A $125 38a $150 $2 75 

EMINENT DOCTORS HOLDING CONSULTATION 
Peters Invested $1234567890 Irrigating Land 

10 Point ■ 21 A $110 41a $140 $2 50 

EXAMINATION DISCLOSING DELINQUENT PUPILS 
Many Fair Ladies Protest Against Unfair Methods 

8 Point 24 A $1 00 48a $125 $2 26 

HILARIOUS STUDENTS RETURNING AFTER FOOT BALL GAMES 
Serious Accidents Reported Daily During Eastern Tournament 

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6 Point No. 1 26 A $0 90 62a $110 $2 00 

EIGHTEEN FOREIUNERS EM-ISTED IN SALVATION ARMY f{ 
Doiilisis Recommoiided ArUchokes For Presorvinfi Teelh 
Fishermen Exlrcmoly Busy CalcliiniiMossbunkcrs in China 
Important Government Fosition Given Remarkable Maids 



6 Point No. 2 t 32 A $0 90 63a $110 $200 

EXTHAORDINABY IMPROVEMENT NOTEB IN SOl'TIIERN INDHSTRIFS 
AdvArtislng For a Snuallon Often Helps One Into a tiood Posilfon 
Inspector Who Investittaled Skyscrapers Pound Law Belof< Observed 
IniportanI Questions Wisely Answered by Yound Tnlverslly Women 



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24A $0 90 47a$l 10 $2 00 



ELEVEN IIONEST COUNTRYMEN llEt:EIVED GOVERNMENT POSITIONS 
Remarkable Interest Manitested In RecnnI Forei|tn Automobile Races 
Determined Young Lawyer Succeeds in M'lnnln|> Most Celebrated Case 
Constantly and Eneritellcally Pavlnti Rouiih Roads to tltlmate Success 



6 Point Title No. 1 44 A $1 00 

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tourlernlh, and will arrivii al San llidaliio on lli« nioniliif! (i( lli« sitvpntoenlh. 
Knsprvaliiins appliinl fur roqulrn Ihrno spxrial Irains, llial ronsisl of sixopers, 
dinini! and olisKrvalion cars, thus making llin scrvird niosi ntniinodinus and 
ronipli>l(\ and Ihosn who wish lo pnrlii-jpalit in this business and pli>asnr« Irip 
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Litho Antique 



60 Point 



3 A $7 60 4 a $4 40 $12 00 



FINE Styles 



3A$4 70 4a $2 80 r760 



Printing RIGHT 



42 Point 



3A$365 5a$260 $625 



COMES Regularly 



36 Point 



3 A $2 50 7 a $2 50 $500 



Language QUESTION 



30 Point 



4 A $2 00 9 a J2 25 $4 2 



HUNTERS Destroy Animal 



24 Point 



5 A $1 60 11 a $1 90 $3 50 



RELIABLE ANTIQUE SHOWED 
Evident Adaptability and Elegance 



18 Point 



9a $160 16a $165 $3 25 



10 Point 



16 A $125 30a $125 $2 60 



SEARCH STEAMERS 
Relieves Thirsty Sailor 
Patient Crowd Waiting 

14 Point 12 A $150 22 a $150 $3 00 

ADMIRING ROSEBUSHES 
Butcher Became Unfortunate 
Lighthouse Appeared Dismal 

12 Point 16A$135 28 a $140 $2 76 

YOUTHFUL LOVERS ESCAPING 
Wrathful Parent Engaged Taxicabs 
Leaping Unavoidable Embankment 
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CLEAN CENTRAL STATION 
Employed Hustling Foreigners 
Matrons Relieving Sickly Guest 
Colored Porters Find Chickens 
One Conductor Receives Order 

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8 Point 19 A $1 10 37 a $1 15 $2 26 

IMMORTAL WILLIAM RUMINATING 
Stratford Philosopher Poet Reflects Life 
Ardent Romeo and Merciless Shylock 
Cleopatra Alluring the Noble Anthony 
King Lear Charms, Richard III Thrills 



6 Point 21 A $1 00 40 a $1 00 $2 00 

COMPOSITORS' GREAT OPPORTUNITIES 
Proper Attention Brings Increased Efficiency 
American Faces Make Pleasing Arrangement 
Changing Environment is Moulding Character 
Great Monsters Inhabiting Primeval Forests 
Desperate Burglars Pursued Through Country 
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DRAMATIC EDITORS FOILED POLICE 
Western Bandits Ransack East Mail Trains 



11 A (1 60 22 a SI 50 DM 



GOTHAMITES CAMPED NEAR SOUTH BEACH 
Surf Bathing Attracted Many Beautiful Young Ladies 

12 Point 15 A n 35 30 a n 40 HIS 

AGED MOUNTAIN CLIMBER RESCUES FOREIGN TOURIST 
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Dr. FRANCIS ROGAN 

OPEN EVENINGS 

UNTIL 8:15 262 SUYDAM AV 

SUNDAYS 1 TO 3 


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Young Compositor Spends Forty Dollars While Rusticating at New Haven 



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AMERICAN LINE FACES USED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD BY JOB PRINTERS 
Inspector Condemns Comparatively New Building at Request of Influential Citizen of Iowa 



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19 A $1 00 38 a $1 00 S2 00 



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FRENCH DOCTOR DISCOVERS SOFTER METAL 
Sandy Desert Thronged With Arabs Waiting for Camels 
Chennist Explained $1 234567890 Methods to American 



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6 Point No. 2 

OLD OMAHA PUBLISHERS BOUGHT METROPOLITAN DAILY 
Eastern Financiers Organize for Purpose of Bettering Living Conditions 
Burglar Defied Philadelphia Detectives After Blowing Steel Plata Safes 

6 Point Title No. 4 20 A SI 00 

FOREIGN ACTORS WROTE DRAMATIC STORIES 
CRITIC PRAISED QUIET HUNGARIAN NOVELIST 

FASHIONABLE GENTLEMAN DISTURBS SNAKE 

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MARYLAND CITIZEN MAKES ELOQUENT FLt^ 
STERN JUDGE FORGAVE YOUTHFUL FORGE-: 
SCIENTIST EXAMINED AMBITIOUS STUDENTi 



6 Point Title No. 2 3 

SOLDIERS MARCH SIXTEEN MILES THROUGH 
HUNTER TRAILED GRIZZLY BEAR FOR NINE Hj 
LARGE SCORPION BIT MEXICAN YOUTH (N AR| 



6 Point Title No. 1 

FISHERMEN ENCOUNTERED SHARK WHILE SAIL 
MONSTER 0*» THE SEA GIVES TWO SAILORS MUCH T« 
OLD BASEBALL ENTHUSIASTS CAUGHT IN THUNDER S'O 
HEAVIEST LOCOMOTIVE WRECKED ON NEW STEEL TRE*^ 




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GOTHIC PRINTING 
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COMPRISING 
Design Charms 



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7 A $1 65 13 a $1 60 !3 '25 



DEFINE HISTORY 
Startle Goldworker 
Returning Bracelet 



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9AnaO MantO t300 



ENDURING DESIGNS 
Buy American Ornament 
Showed Distinct Borders 



I2A tl 40 ZSatlSS «2T6 



SPoint ISA II 10 30a$115 S22S 

DESCRIBED NEWSPAPERS 
Feature Commercial Typography 
Displays Exquisite Workmanship 



6 Point No. 1 16 AM 00 32atl00 t2 00 

SUPERINTENDENT RETURNED 
Contamplatad Extanaiv« lmprov*m«nt 
Charming $1 2 34S67890 rasturlnea 



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HONEST METHODS EXPOSED HERE 
Ambitious Do^twatght Wr«atl«r Procured 
Oraat Crlokat Gam* Playad During Storm 



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IS A $100 26a $100 $2 00 



ANCIENT FACES BEING REPL.ACED 
Oooan Going Stoomor Rounds Capa Horn 
l_arga Tugs Rushad Down Bay Full SpaatI 
Enornnous Cargoas Takan Aboard Vassals 



6 Point Na U ZS A II 00 

BTnoNO ronciONcn accunco clothino 

ATTCNOCO EXTnAORDINAHV CONVENTION 
MOOEI. AMERICAN PHINTINO MACHINERY 
HANOSOMSaT ■OROERS AND ORNAMENTS 



COMPLIMENT FOREMEN 
Detained Emigrants Saturday 
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RECEIVES HONOR FIGHTING 

Oregon Cowpuncher Fired Salute *.^:\^.V1 **."" 

Village Cornet Bands Play Slowly ::":.::'z::z::::::"":.'i:z:::^:::^::"/:i^::::\":::^^ 

Youthful Soldier Unfurled Ensigns /"J"jr::""^V;!;i;:!:A"!V""V.*l'".r"\~:"": 

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Bodoni 

72 Point 3 A $5 55 4 a $3 90 $9 45 

HIRED CLERK 



Brighter Staples 



60 Point 3A$4 75 5a $380 t86S 

HEROIC KNIGHT 

Champions Argued 



5 A $3 90 8a $3 70 17 60 



HUMBLE INSPECTOR 

Some Magnificent Styles 

42 Point 5A$3 30 8a $3 00 $6 30 

EXPORT FINE CLOTHES 

Hungry Gentleman Reports 
Fashionable Couples Danccj 



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UNIQUE BODONI SPECIMEN 
Exquisite Series Nicely Designed 
Display Remarkably Handsome 



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SECURING AMERICAN BEAUTIES 

Imparting Considerable Individuality 
Bright Compositors Recognize Results 



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TAtieo 14an90 $350 



ENTERPRISING PRINTERS REFLECTING 

Nothing Accomplished With Ancient Material 
Many Charming Designs Recently Introduced 



11 A $1 so 22>tl80 CM 



ADMIRABLE EXHIBITIONS 

Siiin|»luous Apartment Ruined 
Inspiring Entertainment Given 



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GREATEST AMERICAN PRODUCER 
Receiving Congratulations From Critics 
Printers Anticipated a Prosperous Year 



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Schemes Outlined and Seriously Considered 
Extnordinarv $1234567890 DemandH Made 



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EDUCATION SADLY NEGLECTED 
Studious Young Scholars Going Ahead 
Grasp Golden Opportunities, Brothers 
Discourage<i Boy Becomes Melancholy 
Strict Attention Should Alwavs Prevail 



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MECHANIC MADE GRAND SUGGESTION 
Propoaed Reconstruction of Complicated Parts 
Drmonslratn Practical Points for Stockholilrr 
Highly Complimented by Department Official 
Beautiful Dream* Distract the Handsome Hero 



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OEPAIITMENTS REORCAMZCO Dt'RINC SEP EMBER 
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Fine English Suitings 

AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 

MADE by our own experienced and skillful workmen 
into stylish and modish suits for careful dressers. The 
materials are imported direct from the best English Mills, 
in patterns exclusively controlled by us. During the ensuing 
eight weeks we shall offer these at a very great reduction 
to Angelica citizens. Perfect fit guaranteed in every case 

One Price $22.50 

RUFUS FABIAN TAILORING COMPANY 

ANGELICA, NEW YORK 



The 

Constitution 

of the United States 

of America 



Done in a Convention of the 
Thirteen States 



PHILADELPHIA: 

IN THE TWELFTH YEAR OF THE UNITED STATES 



MDCCLXXXVII 



We, the People of the United 
States, in order to form a more 
perfect Union, establish justice, 
insure domestic tranquillity, pro- 
vide for the common defence, 
promote the general welfare, and 
secure the blessings of liberty to 
ourselves and our posterity, do 
ordain and establish this Consti- 
tution for the United States of 
America. 



Section 1. All legislative powers 
herein granted shall be vested in a 
Congress of the United States, which 
shall consist of a Senate and House of 
Representatives. 

Section 2. The House of Repre- 
sentatives shall be composed of mem- 
bers chosen every second year by the 
people of the several States, and the 
electors in each State shall have the 
qualifications requisite for the electors 
of the most numerous branch of the 
State legislature. 



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THEN OPENED HE THEIR INDERSTANDINC, 

THAT THEY MIGHT UNDERSTAND THE St:RIPTlIRES 

SAINT LIKE 24:4S 



HISTORIC 

BIBLE PRINTERS 

AN ACCOUNT OF 

THEIR PART IN THE SPREAD 

OF SACRED SCRIPT 

BY 

RAMOND VINCENT LOVES 

PRESIDENT or GROVE SEMINARY 



NEW EDITION DE LUXE 

ILLUSTRATED 



raOM THE PRESS Ol' 

EARLY PUBLISHING COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA 



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Bodoni Italic 

SBPoint 5A$245 9a$256 $500 

PRINTERS HONOR BODONI 
Italian Designers Study History- 
Uninvited Neapolitans Perform 
Husky Opera Leaders Criticized 
Califomian Taught Champions 

30 Point 6 A $2 10 11 a $2 20 14 30 

BODONI DELIGHTS MERCHANTS 

Beautiful Creation Purchased Lately 
Display Modern American Ornament 
Inspiring Natural Harmonies Charm 
Rusticating Musician Studies Melody 
Strongest Butcher Subdued Landlord 

24 Point 7 A $170 13 a 5180 860 | 

BANKER INVITED BOHEMIAN AUTHOR 

Inspector Examines Five Gigantic Skyscrapers 
Northwestern Bandits Caught Nearing Helena 
Southern Representative Introduced Georgian 
Important Documents Unearthed Near Colnm 
Prosperous Merchants Return From Englandl 
Newspaper Editors Received Congratulationsl 

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I MERICAN PERFORMER DELIGHTING AUDIENCES 

Slircnd Fitrmers Capture Twelve Grizzly Bears Near Denver 
llostonians Entertain Delegates From Ecuador and England 
\ ( >i<)rious Bank Robber Escaped from Dangerous Detectives 
Hungry Gorillas Display Wonderful Agility Climbing Trees 
lUnloni Italic Proved a Reliable Purchase for Fine Printers 



1« Paint 



16 a $1 45 31 a tl 66 IS 00 



THOVGHTFUL DESIGNERS PRAISING MODERN BODONI ITALICS 
This Reliable Italic Face Produced by American Type Founders Company 
Cast on Script Line Thereby Preserving the Long I)escenders on Solid Body 
Wonderful Story Circulated by Tourist About Fountain of Perpetual Youth 
Grand Vaudeville Performer Returned from Successful Foreign Invasions 
Unfortunate Emperors Remaining Silent During Entire Search by Soldiers 
Great Marathon Racer Received Trophy After Finishing with His Exercises 
Delighted Children Appreciated Long Trolley Ride Down Lower Parkway 



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SPESDTHRIFT EXPOSES HISTORIANS 
Foremost Kstahlishmont Celebrated Tuesday 
\alurul History Stiulcnts Questioned Expert 
Oklahomnn Befriends California Proprietor 
Kind Fftn-man Forfiives Famous Compositor 
Demonstrated Usefulness of Modern Design 
Egyptian Dungron Contains Many Antiques 
Ijondon Haln'rd<tsher Condemns Old Tavern 
Carpenter Submits $1234567890 New Plans 



8 Point 



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EARTttQVAKE SHOCKS FELT MONDAY 
Indiana Delerlive Informed Chicago Notable 
Six Beautiful Models Exhibit Graceful Forms 
Ja/Hinese Tonsorialint Discovers New Remedy 
Ohio Comimsitor Receives Money From Logan 
Eastern Athlete Tours Australia With Doctors 
Cattle Rustlers Banished From Northern lotca 
Mexican Hercules Surprised Chinese Acrolmis 
Rescue Thousands From Burning lAilmratory 
New England Heavyweight Wrestler Returns 
Industrious Apprentice Finished l^tng (Aturse 
I'nited States Marines Reviewed by Dignitary 
Admiral Praises Brave Lieutenant at Banquet 



21 A tl 20 41 a tl 80 12 60 

GOLDK.\KOI) BRIGHTENS REMOTE FHXDS 
MoiuUain Fhrn-i-rs I'osxess MtirkftI Chanirlrrislica 
NoVflHluT IK-Iifchls Miiny Enlhitsia.slir Pedi-slrians 
MrrgaoMT Dttrks tAtgrrly I'tirstti' Htingry Pirkprvl 
OiUdn-n lUtittnizc and Sliidy Migrating Songxien 
ftiwre Dn-amer \rglrrlx Radiant Summor Hours 
Dark Spnirr Forests Shi-ltpr \umoroiis Purlridgea 
Heavy Liulerbnish IMuyod Exrilvd Ornithologist 
Pngmaivr Farmers Obsi-nv Matttnil Phvnotnena 
Gnyheaded C'^)m[wsitor DesrrilM-s tin- Mountain* 
Delegation Attends Convvntion at Stin Francisco 

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t'taat WmMara Can Crap Baimf Hara^ ky tMrgiml RaUramil 
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Giftamtir War^lp Kaiart tlarhor Aftar tjaaff Prriiaam Jaaraar 
Ural Figara, Sapptimt illUUTtfO in Eaary Coatplatr Faru 



Bodoni Italic in Practical Display 



International School of Printing 
Fortieth Lesson 



IDEAS OF BODONI 
ON PRINTING 



Foreword 

JlIIS notions about Typography are to the point: "The 
beauty of letters consists in their regularity, in their clear- 
ness, and in their conformity to the taste of the race, 
nation and age in which the work was first written, and 
finally in the grace of the characters, independent of time 
or place. Types should be suitably arranged on the pages 
in straight regular lines, not crowded, nor, in proportion 
to their height, too far apart, and with equal spaces be- 
tween words and lines. The more classic the book, the 
more appropriate it is that the text should appear alone, 
in order that the beauty of the letters may be apparent. 
This is real art." Notwithstanding the many advances in 
printing and type making that have been made in modern 
times, these ideas of this old master printer still hold good. 
The School has taken great pains in the following pages 
to show a few Bodoni reproductions. The typographer of 
the twentieth century will find much in the simple styles 
of Giambattista Bodoni that is worthy of close study and 
emulation. This lesson will also prove of practical value 
on account of the increasing popularity of Bodoni types 



This Instruction Paper is Strictly 
Confidential 



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Bodoni and Bodoni Italic in Practical Display 



Mankind and Education 

A Baok mfEmoy% hy JOBN FRASaS CHKSTERFIEU) 

We are pleaaed to aniiounoe that thi» b<M>k is now rraily; ami we wish In say that it 
ia the beat we have yet offered, in fact it is one of the (inettt examples of bookmakind; 
which has recently been produced. Even if this book had been in a language unknown 
to the reader it would be a delight to take it in hand and linger U|>on its typographical 
charms. It will satisfy the booklover who can appreciate the art of the craftsman, who 
was inspired by a high ideal, and worked in an atmosphere of harmony and good fellow- 
ship. Little need be said of the text of this book, for Chesterfield was one of America's 
foremost essayists, and Mankind and Education is one of his best books. These essays 
contain S4ime of the most beautiful thoughts ever |>enned, and they are held as almost 
sacred by many readers. This book is printed on rich white, pure rag paper, from clear 
cut new type, with nature design in delicate tint on each page, title page and frontispiece 
carefully hand colored. There are about four hundred copies in substantial brown board 
binding, at one dollar each, and one hundred copies in fiill leather, at two dollars each. 

INTERNATIONAL PUBUSHING COMPANY 

Netc York Baltimore Philadelphia Boston New Orleans Chicago San Francisco 



PRINTING METHODS 

IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 

xlITHERTO ih«' «'X|>einliliirc(« for the comjiosiiig room have been in- 
si^iricent a.« (-onipareil with those in oth«T )h-|iartnifiits. Under the 
method hen- oiilliiieil. comiMiidng nwmi eqiiipmentii, excluding tyjHJS 
and linotypes, have range<i in eoi*t from five thousand to eighteen thou- 
sand dollars. There ha.s Iwen a HU|>erstition among printers that the 
eoni|M>sing rooms did not pay. Faets show that the composing room 
with a eost system is the most profitable 
department. It has developed in the sale 
tif 8|H-ciaIized composing nH>in outfits 
and the resulting increase in efficiency 
has almost always l)eeii a real source of 
agreealile surpris4- to every purchaser. 



American 
Type Founders Company 



COMPLETE 

PRINTING OFFICE 

OUTFITTER 



Omr > 1 1 f ■ f ly l i mtgn ad Irmm C mmfo» t nif 
jfaaw K^mipmtmta ar9 /irmtMemily tin l m 



Bodoni Book 



5A$235 10a$270 $606 



DISTINGUISHED FOREIGNER 

Printers Secured Handsome Series 
Acknowledge Prominent Designer 



30 Point 



6A$215 12a$226 M« 



RECOVERING ANCIENT HISTORIES 

Italian Merchants Erect Beautiful Statues 
American Type Founders Company Face 



^A $1 65 16a $190 jS66 



BLACKSMITHS PURCHASED HORSESHOES 
Handsome Borders Improve Better Type Designs 
Notice Striking American Originality Throughout 



12 A $1 50 24 a $1 80 $3 30 



10 Point 



22 A $120 42 a $130 $2 60 



IGNORES TRUSTING MAIDEN 

Disinherit Prominent Compositor 
Honest Judge Granting Interviews 



OBSERVING STRANGEST CREATURE 
Making Christmas Gifts of Jeweled Purses 
Seventy Turkeys Used ThanksgivingDay 
Steamers Arrived from Bermuda on Time 
Wonderful Demonstration Pleased Ladies 



41 



14 Point 



17 A $145 33 a $155 $3 00 



EXQUISITE TYPOGRAPHIC FEATURE 
Explains Remarkable Coincidence Monday 
Deserted Lighthouses Rapidly Demolished 
Shows Handsome and Dignified Characters 



12 Point 



19 A $130 38 a $145 $2 76 



SECURE MODERN PRINTING EQUIPMENT 
Foreign Mechanic Demanded American Quality 
Boston Wire Stitchers Repay Careful Purchaser 
Prosperous Farmer Leaves Vermont Mountains 
Employ Husky $1234567890 Unitype Operator 



8 Point 24 A $105 47 a $120 $2 25 

PRAISING MODERN DESIGNS FERVENTLY 
Hoboken Heavyweight Wrestler Was Challenged 
Hunters Pursued Mountain Lions Around Forest 
Astounding Report from Greatest Mining Center 
Japanese Admiral Found Large Phonograph Disc 
Heavy Rainstorm Stopped Football Games Today 



6 Point 27 A $0 95 52 a $106 $2 0(1 

MARVELOUS STRUCTURES COMPLETED AFTER DEUYS 
Steamboat Captain Pilots Large Excursion Party Safely Toewia: 
Noted Harvard Astronomer Discovers New Comet in Eastern Sky 
Charming Burlesque Show Amused Many Ladies and Centlemenl 
Printing Office Superintendents Praising Bodoni Book FerrentlTl 
Wealthy Merchants Purchased Valuable Buildings for Daughlerj 
Expert Bookkeeper Held Important Government Position Lalel, 
Handsome Stenographer Returned from Prolonged Vacation Tn] 
Beautiful Figures Quickly J1234567890 Observed by Composiloi 



386 



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COMFORTABLE HOMES 



Hundreds of families now find under the roof of 
one massive structure practically the privacy of a 
secluded home, and have many more privileges and 
conveniences, such as elevators, gardens, billiard 
rooms, courts, etc., than a single home can afford 

THE PERSON WHO HAS NOT KEPT APACE WPTH THE TIMES IN THE DEVEIjOPUENT OF APARTMENT HOUSE 
CONSTRUCTION WOULD TRULY MARVEL AT THE NUMEROUS HOME CONVENIENCES AT THEIR COMMAND 



THE JAMES HENDERSON RENTING AGENCY 

MANHATTAN BOULEVARD AND RfVERSIDE DRIVE. NEW YORK CFTY : Telephone 84 




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Hudson & Nairn 
Company 



MAKOSOr 



Lithographic Inks and 
Fine Dry Colors 



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INCREASING TRADE 

A SERIES OF EXAMPLES TAKEN FROM 
THE PRACTICAL TYPOCRAPHIC CHIDE 

I. ' ' 

IN the last article, the ingredienU 
of inlu were discussed and now 
we come to the distributing end 
of the business. If the printer could 
!>o standardize all his work as to l>e 
able to buy regular inks in large lots 
from the manufacturer's niock, he 
would considerably reduce the cost 
of getting the ink to the user. This is 
probably impossible in a number 
of cases. Paper, presses, cuts, time 
requirements, and numrroun other 



CmTaurmamlTM 



BnxTuJlPNolft S67S 



MONSEN & BURNS 

ARTISTIC GOLD JEWELRY 



HEW HAVEN 



I on inks that are mipiKised to 
the Mine, stop and ibink what 
eadi em majr contain in ihc way of 
tme value, and of how much real 



887 



6 A $2 70 9a $2 30 (500 



Bodoni Book Italic 

86 Point 

CONDEMNING IIGHTHOUSES 

Gunboats Returning From Sweden 
Honorable Gentlemen Disinherited 



80 Point 



6 A $2 05 12 a $2 35 $4 40 



REQUIRING STRONG A UTOMOBILE 

Large Steamer Nearing Southern Harbor 
Delightful Excursion Parties Disbanding 



8 A $170 15 a $1 80 $3 60 



MYSTERIOUS KNIGHT DESIRED FORTUNE 

Disheartened Ranchman Journeys Through Utah 
Extraordinary Confectioners Holding Conventions 



18 Point 



12 A SI 55 24 a $1 75 



10 Point 



22 A $125 43 a $125 1250 



SHOWED EXQUISITE DESIGN 

Pleasing Bodoni Book Italic Eace 
Handsomest American Ornaments 



DESTR UCTIVE RAINS HA VE PASSED 
We are a Complete Printing Office Outfitter 
Young Frenchman Saved Native Spaniard 
Large Pressman Dances Like Grizzly Bear 
Badly Punish Western Fighting Sensation 



16 A $1 40 33 a $1 60 $3 00 



8 Point 



24 A $1 05 46 a $1 20 $Z 



I 



ENGLISH DUKE INTER VIEWS KINGS 
Strong Butcher Carried Heavy Load Friday 
Five Large Hornets Chased Husky Soldiers 
Bewildered Geographical Students Helped 



12 Point 



19 A $1 30 39 a $1 45 $2 75 



GIRLS MENTION INTERESTING HISTOR Y 

Naming Twentieth Century Economies Correctly 
Radiant Sunshine Delights Seaside Promenader 
Splendid Japanese Performer Touring Continent 
Beautiful Figures $1234567890 Shoivn Printer 

388 



DISTINGUISHED FOREIGNERS ENTERING 
Several Governors Elected During Last Electiom 
United States Senator Received Fountains Friday 
Young Councilman from Oregon Presented Claim 
Interesting Lectures Enthusing Former Policeman 
Retired Banker Spent Money With Great Masters 
Mexican General Submits Plans for Fortifications 



6 Point 30 A $0 95 66a $105 $200 

GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR PVRSL'ED FOREIGN COVflK 
Claim Agents Being Entertained in Brooklyn by German Saldim 
Unusual Strength and Endurance Observed at Professional Gam<f 
American Type Founders Company Sets the Pace in Making Type 
Strong Bodoni Features Preserved Throughout this Entire Seriti 
Serviceable Borders and Ornaments Enrich Finer Printed Design" 
Enormous Profits Rewarded Users of Original Bodoni Book llal' 
This Company Sells Cylinder and Job Presses, Paper Cutters, Ely 
American Line Type Styles $1234567890 Mean Increased Pn^f^ 



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The Growing Demand for 
Good Printing 

VjrOOD work pays. The finest quality of printing, that which is 
used for advertising purposes, as well as the commercial forms, is 
the kind in which there is the most money for the advertiser and 
also for the firm producing such work. This growing demand for 
a better grade of printing is due to the fact that the public has at 
last awakened to the educational value of good printing. Now to 
do good work one must have good material, and the many beautiful 

American Line Type Faces 

which are shown in this catalogue will help wonderfully in pro- 
•lucing this class of work. That the demand for high-grade work 
will continue to increase is a recognized fact, for the constant 
development of the esthetic sense in our educational institutions 
is bound to produce notable and lasting results. While we may 
not have passed through the era of cheapness, there is less desire 
for the cheap article than there was a few years ago, that is, if 
the low price is at the sacrifice of elegance, worth and good taste 

Originator and Maker of Artistic Type Faces 

American Type Founders Company 



110 ) VS HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR 

Thw l>ook has lieen pronounced by experts a« the most exact record 

.,f it,,- war iM'twcon the North and South which has ever l>een placed 

•11 - lir. Full delaiU of the facts leailing up to the great conflict are 

given, while the actual fighting is portrayed in a very interesting way 



NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Chicago 




Bodoni Bold 

•KPoint 3A$620 4a$440 $1060 

FINER PRINT 

Brighter Color 

60 Point 3A$4 56 5a$3 95$860 

NOTICE FISHER 

Strongest Display 

48 Point ■ 4A$3658a$4 1B$7 80 

HISTORIC DOCTOR 

Secured Many Houses 



4 A $3 00 8 a $3 25 $6 25 



DISTURBS MUSICIANS 

Making Handsome Coins 
Placed Great Confidence 



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IMPROVING STRUCTURES 
Submits Bodoni Bold Design 
Handsome Ladies Returning 



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INDIAN INTERESTS CHILDREN 
Large Insurance Building Ruined 
Detectives Reject Destitute Misers 



.•« Pnrnl 



6 A tl 66 12 ■ $1 96 $3 60 



AUSTRALIA IMPORTING MACHINERY 

Several Marvelous Improvements Noticed 
iMakes Charming Ornaments and Borders 



lOASlSO 20aS175 $!)2S 10 Point ISASiao S6atl30 tZSO 

SECURING BODONI BOLD honest compositors coming 

Stronp Display Letter Shown Buyers 

Delight Enterprising Printer Th« worid'8 Printing shop Outfitter 

r-,, I . . _- J^ , American Type Founders Company 

I hankSglVing Proclamations Brave Pressman Drills German Boy 



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HEI.PS PROMINENT UNIYERSITY 

I'i^hty Reliable Merchants Enthused 
Purchased Distinct Printing Quickly 



8Po<nt 21 All 06 41mtl20 12 2S 

BRIGHTER HISTORY STUDENT FOUND 
Pass Importanl Examinalioiu Successfully 
Strength and Ailaplaliilily Easily Observed 
AdrertiMTo Rrjoirini; Ov€t Bodoni Dcsi|cn* 
Largfvl Quanlilim of Imported Hair Stolt-n 



iiAtiao Satitf »n 



i;komi>ent designers returned 

F.nlhurtiastir Lighthouse Keeper Drowns 
<:i»\er Artists HcM Aiulienrc S|M>lll>ounfI 
Mmhlr Men $123 4o6789() Countetl Sum 



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391 



Bodoni Bold in Practical Display 



Elegance of the 
Bodoni Family 

THE NEW TYPE FASHION 

Another new and great type family is shown in 
this Specimen Book of Type Styles. The new Bodoni 
Type Family is going to be a long-lived fashion be- 
cause the design is of classic simplicity, elegant, yet 
strong, and like all real works of art its beauty will 
be appreciated the more it is studied. Every printer 
will find it profitable to show Bodoni styles to the 
buyers of printing. The enterprising printers will 
be certain to reap a splendid crop of orders. It has 
been positively demonstrated that with the intro- 
duction of each successful Type Family the demand 
for printing has been both stimulated and increased. 
Those who pay for catalogues, booklets, circulars, 
and advertisements of every kind, are looking for 
new business attractors in types. When a great type 
design appears their interest in printed salesman- 
ship is freshened and orders to the printers follow 



AMERICAN 

TYPE FOUNDERS 

COMPANY 



Maker and Originator of the Classical Bodoni Type Family, the New 
and Beautiful Type Family which will attract the many Buyers of Printing 



392 



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Bodoni Uold, Bodoni and Bodoni Italic in Display 



THE LISTO PIANO 

An Instrument of the Highest Grade 

The familiar lines from Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice can 
be paraphrased thus, and still be frau<;ht with e(jual truth': "The 
home that has no piano in its midst, nor is not moved with aspi- 
ration to possess one, is lacking in the fundamental instincts of 
culture and refinement." Because, to-day, the possession o{ a fine 
piano is not so much a question of money as it is of desire. For 
a LISTO I'lANO is ihe equal of anv piano manii farlurcil and yt't 
it can be purchased by payments as small as Five Dollars a month 

fTrile for Illu.ilrale<l Catalogue 

THE BENSHOFF PIANO COMPANY 

1256 FREDONIA STREET, BOSTON 



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Elementary ■n«tructi<>ni> on removing defect* in negatives, 
and improving all of your home portrait* 

How to Take Portraits 

Describea the making of background* and apparatus, lighting, 
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How to Make Enlargements 

Simple directions for makinit rnlargrmrnt!* without upecial 
ap|Miralus,and inrtruriiimx for making an enlarging lantern 

A Manual of Printing 

A great book fur the beginnerx, liut valuable for everybody, 
beause wrilten out of long eii|KTience 

AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS' SUPPLY COMPANY 

SISI HAN<:«MJl STMeCT. ROXBVHY, MASS. 



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Scotch Roman 

72 Point 3 A $6 95 4 a $4 35 $11 30 

REMORSE 

Biographical 

60 Point 3 A $6 00 4a $3 70 $9 70 

GRANDEUR 
Bathing Decks 

48 Point 4 A $4 20 6a $3 30 $7 50 

FORMER PRICE 

Cleanest Mechanics 
Monument Spoiled 



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36Point 4A$270 7a$230 $6 00 

PRINTER DRINKING 

Designs Bronzing Machine 
Entertain Congenial Guest] 

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Scotch Roman 



SAttlO 10a nu t41 



HANDSOMER COSTUMES 

Compositor Refuses Nomination 
Delio'hts Enthusiastic Audiences 



MFMat 



6A«1S0 UatlTO tSBO 



DISPUTES CLEVER MECHANIC 

Released Noted Professional Ballplayer 
Embezzler Secretly Returned Monday 



UPolBt 



9AI156 ISallTO «3ZS 



DISCOVERED PHENOMENAL PRINTERS 

Extensive Advertising Profitably Increases Business 
Congressmen Entertaining Senators in Washington 



1< Point 



UA«146 26«tlSt tSOO 



DISTRIBUTING SOUVENIRS 

Child Ciraduate Receives Diploma 
Hoboken Printing Concern Burns 
Res[)ectinff Insignificant Members 
Printers Retiring Immensely Rich 



10 Point 19AI1I0 S8a$lS0 12 M 

NEW DORP THRONGED MONDAY 
Champion Invited West Hoboken Friend 
Husky Ethiopian Exhibits Great Science 
Oklahoma Giant Demands Record Prices 
Boston Youth Developing Quite Rapidly 
Westchester Athlete Taking Long Sleep 
Gothamite Inteniews Chicago Architect 



U Point 



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IXIMIMTKD ARTISTIC PICTURE 

Aiwiuiil Convention of Steamfitters Held 
C<)in|M>sitor Displays Practical Judgment 
I 'iiited Brewers (iivinj; Elegant Dinners 
IVdestrian Arriving NVithin Ninety Days 
'ronv)riaI $l'i84:><)7«'.>0 Artists Explained 

)l Citei MAtlK Ma«« IZ7S 

IIANDSOMKLY ENGRAVED MONCKJRAM 

Kxciir>tioiis \V«lnos«lny AfterncMMis and Evenings 
Printers UiruivinK Hand.Hnmc ('ompetition Prizes 
Dependent ForeiRner Suddenly Bceaine Alarmed 
KnthiiMaAtirnlly Welcomed EnKlinli AmlMUiMidor 
Uenownvd Miisicianx ArrivinR Thiirwlay Evening 



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KKNTUCKY ORATOR SAVED BANKER 
Auditors Revising Larjfe Record of MortfcaKcs 
Knmous Conductor Reorf^anitod Leading Band 
Manhattan I'bysic-ian Solved Twelve Problems 
Callable Manager Condemns New Automobile 
Newark Employers Raised Wajfcs Voluntarily 
RriMtdway Merchants UemandinK Rccojrnition 
Voun){ Adventurers Returned From California 
Constable Suspected Southern Representative 



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UIPIX)MATtC AOKSTS ARRIVING IN SCOTLAND 
Spend Knurtren Wn-k< Tourinc Brautirul liithlaad* 
PotnU of Intrrmt Rcachrd by AmrncAn Automobile 
Aviator Stnrtinron Pcrilou* KHrht Achma Continent 
Rspcttdve ArropUnrM Built !>>- Nrw Orlean« Cititcm 
Noted Comedian* Aceompanled Oarlnc Younc PiloU 
PoKign CoateiitanI Pralard Manacvn of Great Show 
Cnunlrr Boy Wln« Pame In Oraat Kn«IUh L'nivcnttr 
(lerman SHrntUt I,n-turFd Seoinr Class Laat PrMar 
Japnnnw lD<rnlor Startira Poremoat PhllantbnipWa 
r»unir Ballet Daneer tI M lWIWa Occcivaa Tn— rsrs 



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TYPE, BORDERS AND ORNAMENTS ARE 
IDEAL PRINTERDOM FASHION PLATES 



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JEW Type, IJorders and Ornaments of the 
American Type FoundersCompany excel 
in design and their durabiUty is assured 
by use of the best material procurable. 
The selection of designs and styles as 
brought out by this company surpasses 
in both variety and utility the combined 
])roduct of all other type foundries. A 
printing office completely equipped with its ])roductions is 
worth far more for either use or sale than one made up from 
the productions of other type foundries. It is conceded that 
American Type is the standard for excellence throughout 
the world. The up-to-date printer will secure a distinct 
advantage over his competitor by purchasing job type in 
weight fonts from this company. Buying in weight fonts 
means full cases, and full cases obviate the necessity of hunt- 
ing for sorts, which is a very serious handicap in a composing 
room. It stands to reason that the printer who has full cases 
will derive a much larger profit from his work than his com- 
petitor who is continually picking sorts from the live jobs. 



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SCOTCH ROMAN 

A beautiful book and job type with some 
characteristic features which make it a 
letter adaptable for all kinds of work. 
There are not many faces more available 
for all around use, and it will give an air 
of distinction to even the best of work. 




Versatile Initial Renaisaance Omamenta Tree Ornaments 



396 



Scotch Roman in Display 



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Drawing and 
Designing 

By HAHOM) lUU IN HKflLMAN. Art Instructor 

[PRACTICAL treatise on the 
art of (lesipfninp, drawing and 
ilkistrating in connection with 
it typop^raphy. Contains concise 
I \ and complete instructions, very 
lavishly illustrated, concerning 
the devek)|)ment of art as allied 
to printing and the typographical industry. The 
utility of this treatise to the student is manifest 
and the information which it imparts is bound 
to be of great benefit to the beginner as well 
as to the student who is well advanced in art 

Our MTVMf to the n>miiuinity is thrtffoUl; wr Iniiii tin* ryi-** niiil thi- hnnils 
of thf chiUlrpii, and (fivr f licm nnothcr mi^nns of i-xpri'SsiiiK and rwordiiijc wlint 
tlify Mv; we drvrlop nrti^tic i|iuility ill our nntionni industries, and so pnimote 
the inU-Uivtual iiiterest-i of tin- nii-ii ami women eniployetl in them; anti we 
eultivate in the (Kipulntion iit \nrtc>- the preriouH sense of beauty. Are not 
these worthy objivts for the work of our Uvvn'f 





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Ohio Institute of Drawing and Design 

Croniwi'll Avi-nue aiul Kiiin Street 
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72 Point 3A$640 4a$380 $10 20 

INVENTIONS 

Byron Springs 

eOPoint 3A$550 5a$375 $925 

FIVL HUNDRLD 
Summer Garden 

48 Point 4A$3 75 8a $380 $7 55 

LIGHT MON5TLR5 

Undesirable Bachelor 

42 Point 5 A $3 30 9a $3 15 $6 46 

Y05LM1TL 5CLNERY 
Acrobatic Performances 
Numbering Equipments; 




tAR« 9Bi2 4& 16 10 



Bulfinch Oldstyle 

LUMBLRING 5TLAM5HIP 
Announcing Demonstration 
Midnight Serenades Ceased 



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POPULAR C0NVLNT10NALI5T 
Demonstration of Art Preservative 
Mechanical Ability Became Scarce 



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NLMLROU5 PLDLSTRIAN5 TRAINING 
Plainly Revolutionizing Printing Methods 
Unconquerable Blizzards and Snowstorms 



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\1LNTURL50ML BANKLR 
^lonitor and Merrimac Fight 
I '>eautiful Nightingale Sings 



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INSURANCI, DIRLCTOR5 DINL 
^ ircumstantial Lvidence Produced 
M.irmony Showing in Supplement 



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"^^ slomalic Production Increases Finances 
^Ixlt-m Printers Know Prevailing Models 

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HAND50ML PRINTS LXHIBITLD 
Poster Workers Use Type Creations 
Now Playing Championship Games 
Lxcessive 5tudy Becomes Arduous 
Relative or Appertaining to Printing 



« Point SAiioo 48*na sta 

SAN FRANCISCO tXPOSITION OE.CIDLD 
F.ccentric Printing Relocated to the Scrap Hasp 
Peculiarities of Mankind Shown on Broadway 
Arlulic IVxder» and Omamentj (or Color Work 
Monumental Indiflercnce Positively Ejihibited 



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AOMIRINC THRONGS RtJOICt OVtR VICTORY 
Th« Alt PMMrvaliv* o( All Arti Tlanlii »m Awitan 
Prinllnt tjMoitod rtoMtv mi QuicUv R««i*ii BtaimM 
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IN MODERN JOB COMPOSITION 
ANDADVLRTI5ING LITLRATURL 

50ML years ago the prevailing 
methods among compositors 
to obtain desired emphasis in 
type display were eccentricity and 
harsh contrasts. Printers who study 
the needs of the advertiser realize 
that other methods must be used 
if real distinction is to be secured. 
There is such a volume of printing 
coming from many sources, both in 
literature and advertising, that the 
printer in order to make his work 
different and distinctive must use 
stylish and original type faces. The 
best proof of the intrinsic value of 
new faces to the printer is shown 
in the tremendous growth of the 
American Type Founders Company 

If you would forge to the front, and 
advance in the world of printing you 
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MANUf ACTURtRS Ot ANO WHOti.SAI f Df.AU-RS 
IN THf. rn.NTOr tlROPI AN AND AMKRICAN MADf 

Automobiles 



PRACTK-AI Rt PAIRING AND OtNIRAl. 5UPPUI.S 

RIDGE AND HUNTING STREtTS. COLUMBIA 



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401 



Meriontype Series 

72 Point 3 A $6 80 4 a $4 60 $1130 

KIND NURSE 

Easter Styles 



60 Point 3 A $5 50 $4 a $3 55 $9 05 

FINE BUTCHER 
Modern Border 



48Point 4A$380 7a$380 $760 

MORNING ARGUS 



Greatest Mountain 




42 Point 4 A $3 00 8a $3 35 $6 

HOUSES FURNlSHEl 
Enthusiastic Speakers 

402 1 

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5AttT6 Tmn» »« 



Merlontype Series 

INTERESTING ROMANCE 
Beautiful Seashore Resort 
New Attractions Saturday 



«At22B SaUAO *4 ZS 



SOUTHERN EXCURSION TRIPS 
Liberal and Judicious Selection 
Returning From the Battlefields 



7 A tl 75 12* tl 80 $S 6S 



I )tVICE FOR COMFORT AND SAFETY 
1 ^atrons Desiring to Rent Opera Chairs 
Need Only Hand in Their Application 



lOAtlW Matin U» 



10 Point 



16 All 10 a6a «14D nto 



RESOURCES OF RUSSIA 
Select Printing Machines 
American Type Foundry 



IS A II W »sttW n» 



BEAUTIFUL CONCERT ORGAN 
Lar^st Collection Ever Siiown 
Benevolent Bulgarian Societies 



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HARMONIOUS CONVENTION HELD 
Antique Ornaments Richly Bronzed 
Development $1234567890 Industry 



KLONDIKE EXPLORER FROZEN 
Postponed Furniture Exhibition 
Hudson Brld^ Delights Tourist 
Beautiful Lakevlew Residences 
Superintendent Received Order 



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DEVELOPMENT OF CERTAIN INDUSTRY 
Di>ubtlul linprovefn«nt Beln^ lnvc»il^at«<] 
Thiorouf»hly Convcrvinl With All Details 
Cannot Allurd to Waste Much Time Here 
Two Hundrc<l Thoiivmd Dollnr^ lt>ve»tetl 



IPabit 



BA|n«a Malt 10 ««0 



TMtRt a NO BeiTER EVIDtNCE OF THE HIGH 
Avarata Good TaM« ol AfiMrtcan Prtman Than 
Hw Phanomanal Populaniy ol Tlw Mationiypa 
■Sailaa, h Ha*Dl»nllv. BcnullfulCaraour. Elvtmitl 
Propottlona. I^Mfecl SI2>«M78M> In Cwfy «av 



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Pen Prini: Series 



36 Point 



5 A $2 25 9a $2 on $4 2 



DUPLICATE HAND PEN PRINT 

Showing ExcjuisiVc American Hotels 



30 Point 



6 A S2 05 12 a $1 95 $4 00 



PRODUCING THIS DISTINCT SERIES 

Hqvc Original QualiVij and Cl^armmd BcQutu 



24 Point 



7 A $160 16a $190 13 SO 



FANCY DESIGNS IMITATING LETTERING 

Co|pvjrighVs Odd Qv\d Very Useful PrmVmg WlaVcnal 
TVicsc SVnking Features Pleasing Every Purchaser 



18 Point 



11 A $1 56 23 a $1 70 $3 2 



SHOWS UNIQUE AND SERVICEABLE TYPE WITHIN 

~[\\e Ink o\ VV\e Wise is of More Value \\\qy\ Blood o{ Martvjrs 
lVlQnuscn|pVs Carefullvj Comjposcd bvj AuVliors Were Digni-fiecl 



14 Point 



17 A $1 50 34 a $150 $300 



SECURE AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS COMPANY'S USEFUL DESIGNS 

Wlodern Structures Designed by Arcliitect Wlio Graduated -from Business College 
Youtliful Student Studied Pennianslii|p for Solving Flourislies and Pro|per Stioding 
NIanvj Litliogra|Dli Artists Often Produced New and Original Hand Lettered Effects 



12 Point 19 A $1 35 38 a $1 40 $2 75 

SEVERE SCORING GIVEN BOLD CONVICT 

Monster Gatliermg Has Every Available Space 
Pleasant Surjjrise Awaits Users of Our Product 
Golden Harvest $1234567890 Brings tbc Coin 



10 Point 21 A $1 20 44 a $1 30 $2 50 

MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING FOR PRINTERS 

Heavy Fog Caused YacVit: Sliglit Deloy 0{{ Sandy Hook 
Monogram Engraved Neatly by Prom'menl: Blacksmitli 
Sa{e Blower Captured in Otsego by Bravest Detective 
Large Com^posing Rooms Sliould Have Plenty o{ Ligbt 

404 



8 Point 24 A $105 49 a $120 $2 25 

CARVE STATUE DURING SPARE MOMENTS 

Honest Quoldy and QuontUij ore Always Universol 
Enthusiastic DemonsVralor ProvedVery Intcrcsling 
SpitisVcr Removes Horsli Lines T tiroiijh Massage 
Juvenile Students Demand Promotion Immediately 
Sliortliand Exfjcrt Finds More CliarminJ Diversion 



6 Point 



28 A $0 95 58 a $105 $2 00 



BIOGRftPH PICTURES DISPLftYING CHftRMING SCENES j| 

Cur'iou. G'lrl DeUct'ive Becomes Interested \r, Stronger Cnmmol 
Mectiomcol Deportment Becoming H'.jlil^i Profitable NowoJii»> 
PViotogropl.^ for Mor., Centuries Remomea on Unsolved Mjsterij 
Tke Declorolion of Independence wos Composed in Pliilodelpli'" 
Enterprising NewsboijS Promuljote Plons for Enterprising Cl»ks 
Greot RsrlcuUurol Dlsplo, $1231|5G7890 Rnllclpoted Next Sprlnj 






Pen Print m Prochcol Disblou 



FMoU.>W,a 1876 



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Columbia WqVcIi Com|panvj 

Corner Broodwotj and Forttj-seventh Street 



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WISHES to announce totVie general |3ublic tUot \\r>e 
new Columbia-Nas^ Wotcb is now completed and 
reodi) {or sole. This mosterjiiece o{ the wotcViwokcr's 
art has been [>ronounce(l b\) ex(>erts to be tbe acme o{ 
perfection. All tbat skill and monei) can do to make a 
perfect timepiece kas been done. Tkere is no otker 
wotck at tke price of tkc Columbia-Nosk — $5.00 to 
$19.00— wkick will keep os ^ood time, and tkere is no 
watck ot on\j price tkat will keep more tkan a ver\| smoll 
fraction better time. To get tkot infinitclij small froction 
of accurac\j mokes i)our wotck cost about ten times as 
muck as tke Columbio-Nosk, and tkat small fraction is 
not reollt] of value in tke dav{'s work. In otker words, a 
Columbia-Nosk ot, sa\j $9.00, is a good enougk watck 
for onijbodi). Wki) not pai| us o visit and look tkem over 



Doted. September 19tk 



Harold W\. Hor\\\r\x\i\ 



Numb«r396 NorlU Hudfton Sirrcl 



Waick ComiMti^ 



Konsos Citij, Mo. 



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Order of Donees 
Part One 
1 Woltt 

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5 WalU-OuaanlU 

6 t^ozurWo 

7 Wolfi 



406 



Delia Robbia 

72 Point 3 A $5 65 4aS4 25 $9 90 

BENUMBED 

Highest Reign 



3 A $6 10 4 a $3 45 (9 63 



HOLD FRIEND 

Greatest Scholar 

64 Point 3A$5fO 5a $3 75 $875 

BURMESE KING 

System Unequaled 



4A ?3 75 8a $3 85 $7 60 



DESCRIBE HOMES 

Explorers Mentioned 



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HAULING ENGINES 

Describe Either Method 



FRAME HOUSE BURNED 

Experiment Bringing Motive 



Delia Robbia 



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5At2a6 lla$220 M 26 



SECURE NOVEL MAGAZINE 

Greatest Medical Board Instrudor 



7An86 12an6S |3C0 



HOME KNIGHTS REVISE DECISION 

Undisturbed Historical Emblems Retained 



l« Poirn 



9AtI«n 18a n«S tSZS 



EXECUTIVE HONORED 
BERMINGHAM HEROES 
Historical Medals Discovered 

"'*»'*' 1.1A$t« 2ilatlS6 moo 

GENUINE DEMANDS SIGNED 
FIGURES DISGUISE MEANING 
Remarkable History of Government 



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FINANCIAL STRINGENCY RELIEVED 
MERCHANTS PREDICT PROSPERITY 
CnsB of the Financial World Safely Passed 
Secured Amouni $1234567890 Philanthropist 

407 



lOPoint 18A(12£ 3«atl2S Km 

PUBLISHES HANDSOME DESIGNS 
FURNISHED PRINTED PROGRAM 
By Committee for the Great Celebration 
Mayor and Other Prominent Men There 
Oration by State Senator John" Monroe 

« Point 2IAIII5 Matllo $2 2S 

PROGRESSIVE PRINTERS USING AMERICAN 
LINE TYPE PRODUCE HANDSOME DESIGNS 
Delia Robbia will Aid in Every Way lo Give Your 
Printing chai Dignified and Faihionabic Style Which 
Meets the Approval of the Mod Fanidtous Cunontcr 

(Point 2«Atl(n ttatioo BOO 

BECAUSE Of rrs ATTRACTIVE VARIETY OF SIZH 
LEADING EXPONENTS OF TYPOGRAPHY ADMIRE 
THE FASHIONABLE DESIGNS SET IN DELLA ROBBIA 
ll PoMtiwt an Indfvidualiiy of « own ihai Producci tht An«uc 
Elfvco to Much DcMTod br Up-to-daw Houict Tfvjuihoui iha 
C«unr|F and WhKh hu Lod Mamr Pnnnn m Adipt iha Faca 
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EVIDENT HARMONY 

THE DELLA ROBBIA TYPES, BORDERS AND 

ORNAMENTS ARE ORIGINAL AND THEY 

HAVE DISTINCTION THAT IS 

AMERICAN 




A HANDSOME LETTER FOR JOBS CALLING FOR TOUCHES 
OF DIGNITY AND REFINEMENT IN TYPOGRAPHICAL ART 



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Delia Robbia Borders Delia Robbia Ornament Momitone Border Cast Squares French Cast Squares 



NEW TYPE DESIGNS 

THEIPv BUSINESS VALUE TO THE PROGRESSIVE PRINTERS 

EN realize that a successful business is 
the outcome of foresight, ingenuity and 
scientific business methods. Wherever 
you find a great business leading in its 
field, its success has been achieved by 
splendid business methods. Ask any printer what is 
the basic reason for the great success of this company 
and his answer will be "new and original type faces" 

THE PRINTER FOUND THAT THE CUSTOMERS EYE 
WAS CAUGHT BY THE NEW FACE; AND THAT THE 
PLEASING NOVELTY BROUGHT HIM MORE BUSINESS 

AMEKICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO. 



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Qualities 

THAT ARE OF INTRINSIC VALUE IN 
TYPE DISPLAY AND MODERN TYPE 
COMPOSITION FOK ADVERTISERS 



NEW TYPE FACE S 

HE many new type faces that 

have recently been brought out 

f^ij 14*5^1 by this Company are certain to 

ij put gold in the coffers of all the 

p; „ 1.^; ., and advertising men. Their many 

good qualities are quickly appreciated by 

the discerning printer. They all have that 

distinction and pleasing novelty that &re so 

characteristic of American type faces. A 

more truly artistic and classical showing of 

typ>e designs has never appeared before in 

the entire history of movable types 

Q American Styles Lead 

wo.'^ sen ^^^ 

AmemcanType Foundeks 
Company 

ORIGINATOR AND MAKER OF 
FASHIONABLE TYPE DESIGNS 



409 



Patst OlJstyle 

72 Point 3 A $7 90 4 a $4 35 $12 "5 

REMINDS 

Bright Novel 



3A$3 70 4a$350 (91 



NICE BIRDS 

Oriental Despot 

48 Point 3 A $4 15 6aS!50 $7 65 

CHOICE MINES 

Grand Easter Hymn 

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42 Point 4 A $3 50 6a $2 75 $6 25 

STRONG RIDERS 

Orcnestral Entertainers 
Curfe^\^ Rings Montkly 



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DECEMBER QUERIES 

Organization Depletes Bank 
Innalea Dangerous Perrumes 



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INSURED OCEAN LINER 

Members of Parliament Entertain 
EstaDlished New Liability Branch 



6AtIW 13atl80 tSM 



BINDING MACHINE CONCERN 

Modern Specmcation and Drafting Outnt 
bentimental Contractor Relieved Boynton 



9A tl70 20a tlU tSZS 



NUMEROUS EVENTS 

Sarcastic Oration Delivered 
Diplomatic MaiJens Rejoice 

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CONSIDERED PUBLIC MEN 

Lithography and Engraving Influence 
Iiupector Dictated Stenograph Notes 



10 Point 19Atl25 Wants ttIO 

HANDSOME PRIZE RECEIVED 

Beautiful Souvenir Prcsentea to Lucky 
Competitor Amia Deafening Cneers ana 
General Rejoicing at the Second Annual 
Flo^ver Exposition Hela in Podunk Hall 



8 Pcrint 23 A 11 06 47 a tl 20 12 26 

EXPERIENCED SALESGIRL PROMOTED 

Bn^Kt and Ornamental Array oi Jewelry and 
Precioui Stone* on Exhibition at Our Recently 
Enlarged Show Room*. Charmed Amuletf and 
Oriental Trinket* to Delight Sentimental Dam« 



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ENTERPRISING FIRM HONORED 

Remarkable Newgpaper EditoriaU Critici»ed 
Brilliant AutKort Receive ScatKin^f Rebuke* 
Magnificent and $1234567890 Cbaractcri.tic 

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MARKET SCENES IN MOUNTAINS OF EUROPE 

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In S^isf lb« M<ltia4 S»ow Hm R*^«awk«J Every C«r*tfr 
Crc«l NstioM of E«rtk smI R«a«f»is«J C«mflMrn«I Mart* 
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Ma ay S«li«fi«4 CuMmmtn Ayftfciats Oar Prawpt S«rvtM 
N«» S<lka« UaaM Smaa S1SMM7M0 At Body Trf* Pri««t 



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RICH LOCKS 



TKe Rich Locks are manufactured for every purpose in the home, office or 
public building. Our line includes also Builders' Hardware of many styles 
and prices. The Rich trade mark is a positive voucher, assuring perfect 
mechanism, workmanlike finish and good design. For nearly a half-century 
our locks have given real service and security as well as beauty to some of 
the finest mansions. AVhen you contemplate building, you can do no better 
than specify Rich Locks and hardware to your architect. You can go even 
further than we by asking us for our Book of Design. This w^ill bring to you 
suggestions on hardware in harmony with every style of architecture and 
interior design, ^'^e want you to see it — a sample is ^vaiting your approval 

MADIN- EMERSON 

CHICAGO NEW YORK 




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Tie HURD BOOK 

tells all about Jewelry, Diamonds, Precious 
Stones, Silverware, Cutlery and other articles for girts 
on any occasion. It contains sixty pages or reading matter 
as interesting as any novel of the day. Free for the asking. 

Our system of selling by mail appeals to people or rennement 
■wKo prefer tKe quiet ana comfort of tneir o'wn library to 
tbe confusion and business atmospnere of the average snop. 

^\^e send The Hurd Book free to tkose -wbo ask for it, and 
after several articles kave been selected by tbeir descrip- 
tion, we will send on tbe goods for personal inspection. 

HURD MAIL ORDER COMPANY 

EXCHANGE AND BROAD STS., CHICAGO NORTH AND TREMONT STS., DENVER 



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Pabst Oldstylc and Pahst Italic in Practical Display 



The Patst Oldstyle and Pahst Italic 

arc especially adaptea ror tnat class ox printinfj wnicn attracts tKe eye of 
tKe man wKo knows .. ' A fine oook and job lefter witK cKaracteristic 
features -wKicn make it aaaptaole tor all kinds oi \vork Hii(^ Xhere are 
not many lefiers more availaole for all around use. and it -will ^ive an air 
oi distincton to tne best of work. Made in 13 useful sizes, 6 to 72 point 

S^merican Tt/j>e Founders Company 




Marlin and Marlin wish to announce 
tne Opening on 

Ijecemher Twentieth 
or tne entire First Floor or their pres- 
ent premises at 

15 East Grand Street 
to DC used exclusively for tneir 

Ladies Shoe Service 

Elevator in Connection 

As Tnomas Durkinson sole represen- 
tatives in Ne^v Y ork, ^ve are snowing 
exclusively tne complete 1913 line ox 
lasnionable Hand-se'wed Footwear by 
the Inomas Durkinson Custom Shoe 
Snops, the world s greatest shoemakers 

Pnced at $7 upward* 

I our interest is cordially invited 

Bootmakera for Men, Women anj Children 
15 East Grand St.. New York 

Custom Dtfxirtmtnt Entranet on Eighth Strttt 
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Paost Italic 

72 Point Special Characters $2 45 per font 3 A $8 05 4 a $4 20 $12 23 

H UMBLE 

Same Experts 

60 Point Special Characters $2 25 per font 3 A $7 20 4 a $3 60 $10 80 

'DEMOLISH 

Plumber Injur ea 

48 Point Special Characters $1 50 per font 3 A $4 25 6 a $:J 25 $7 50 

REPLENISHED 

beautiful jVLanicurist 



42 Point Special Characters $1 25 per font 4 A $3 70 6 a $2 55 $6 25 I 

FRENCH COURT 

Greater Profits Reported 
Insurgent Hunted J^atwe 



Pahst Italic 

Sparial Chameten tl 10 pot font 



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EXCITED RUSTLER 

C^uestion Romantic Burglars 



Si*ccial Character* II 00 per font 



&A933S 7at206 $4 40 



PERFECTED MOULDERS 

Amateur Performer Signs Contract 
Ca^aole jyiecnanics Examined Boiler 



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Special OianicUni iO 7S per fonl 



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DELIVER GOLDEN TR UMPET 

Donemian Silversmitn Instructing Pensioner 
jHotewortny Playwrights Organized Society 



rPMM a*Ktal ChuarUn 10 ao POT font tAttW 16a II 46 IS 26 

30THAM STUDENT 

terocwus E/e^nants Captured 
Ire/ana ana the Blarney Stone 



10 Point MAI13S KatlU IZ60 

REMARKABLE GRADUATE 

Youthful Prodigy Surprised Pnyaiciant 
Engliin AtnJete Defeated in Great Rjice 
Aieat Letters for Book and Job Printers 
Brigands Demand Two Hundred Cents 



UAnW »atlS6 SOS 

JERSEY POLICE RETURN 

Lumber fCing Speculating His J^oney 
Rustic Homesteads Nearly Destroyed 



IdAIISn ffiatia Utt 

FOUND UNDESIRABLE PONIES 

AlortA River Sailors Rescued Plucky Captain 
Eurofnan Scientist Delighted Austrian Prince 



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CONDEMNS DANGEROUS STAGING 

Unutua) Ceremony Preceding Annua) Convention 
oofmy Summer Evening in Eastern Penntyrvanta 
Fi§herman R^urn* From Voyage ArounJ W^orlJ 
Oarsmen Cofla^se After ^o9t Gruelfing Contest* 



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3 A $6 45 4a S3 80 $1028 



PRINCETON 

Direct Tnougnt 

60 Point 3 A $5 90 4 a $3 35 $9 25 

INSTRUCTED 

Explorers Refuse 

4gPoint 4 A $4 25 6a$325 $7 5(1 

SOME NEW TYPE 

Gives Pleasing Result 



36Point 5A«266 9a$235 $50: 

PROFIT AND PLEASURE 

Undesirable Material Removed 
Installing Seven Useful Designs 



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5 A (SO) ISalXZK $4 26 



INTEREST MODERN PRINTERS 

Required Only Finest Printing Material 
Foremost Composition Improvements 



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DEMAND SCHEDULED REDUCTIONS 

Movable Signs Resemble Engravers Products 
Combinations Easily Recognized From Chart 

UtPatot IOAII55 22i>$17() {326 

EXQUISITE ADVERTISING SERIES PRODUCED 

Mature Satisfaction Recognized Judgment oi Customers 
When Maintaining Best Printing Construction Material 



P«lM I6At1S0 aoanso $3 00 

MODERN TYPE FACES INTEREST DISCERNING PURCHASERS 

Ingenious Semblance of Engraving Process Accomplished Without Trouble 
Artist Featuring Many Desirable Characteristics Throughout Entire Series 
Show Splendid Typography with American Type Founders Company Type 



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i ADVERTISERS STUDY TYPE DESIGNS special policeman returns lost ring 

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I ni» Education Cultivates Demand for Printing Slrikin* Handwme Cover D»i(n Rrcrivnl FirU Pritf 

VI' .^L \A TT. r* I 1 U n \l/"»L . Ori|(inal Concretion M«J»Typo«rapliical Critic PonJ»r 

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REFORMED TYPOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS types on par with collective art knowledge 

IIMM Urcat lype Ue*i«ns Laptured the Advertising r.r-k.J A^.k— Sl-l«,J B.a,* C.-r«««. 0« W« 

GoMH Evtrywhere. Material* Consistently Formed 9'"'^'r"r."!*^'JrT"-,?T';^**"''*t^"^ 

Lmcovctm Having Immense Potency in Advertising H..rH.^M4P„.a.,^ti2M!ettnG^MmAV.\.M,T,m, 

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THE 

TWENTIETH CENTURY 

DECORATION 



Derbrand 

Wall Papers 



AWARDED SPECIAL 
GOLD MEDALS FROM 
FAIRS, EXHIBITIONS 
AND CONTESTS FOR 
BEST HARMONY AND 
THE FINEST DESIGNS 




SentJ for Catalogue of Latest Price List and Patterns 

Herthinson & Mulguerth 

DESIGNERS AND IMPORTERS 
Broadway and Sixth Avenue, Boston 




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Buyers oi Printing 

JUST A FEW WORDS TO THE BUSINESS MAN WHO DESIRES TO 
HAVE HIS PRINTING PRODUCED ACCURATELY AND PROMPTLY 

Wouldn't it be a great relief if you could say to your 
printer,"! need a catalogue, a circular, some lefterneads 
and envelopes, and then be able to entirely dismiss me 
mafier from your mind in the confidence that he will do 
flie work to your entire satisfaction. The printer comes 
to you widi a proposition that pleases: that has a strong 
advertising value in the suggested copy, in the proposed 
typography, in the color arrangement, and in the general 
layout. What a satisfaction to have an assured confidence 
that the finished product will meet with your approval 

Tbe printer who can io that for you must oier ef£ctent aervicc. That is what we 
•re )(ivin|( to our numerous customers, and we are reajy to Jo the same lor you 

Manders &" Bredton Printing House 

CORNER FREMONT AND EUCLID AVENUES. SINCLAIR. WISCONSIN 



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ANNOUNCEMENT 

Our beautiful stock of stylish Spring Millinery, 
including many exclusive Pans Models, is now 
on display for the examination of our friends 
and patrons. This display is without doubt the 
finest ever exhibited in this city and affords the 
customer an excellent opportunity to make a 
satisfactory selection in both price and quality 

MENDERING &• REIDBERNS 

laporUng Millincf • 

BROAD AND NEW STREETS 



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Bookman Oldstyle 

72 Point 3 A $7 25 4 a $4 56 $11 80 

REMINDER 
Hauling Car 

60 Point 3A$65o 4a $420 11075 

cTWARINERS 
Flying Slowlj/" 



48 Point 4 A $4 25 6 a $3 25 $7 5() 

NAMED JUDGES 
Reward Endeavors 

36 Point 4 A $2 75 6 a $2 -25 S5 0( 

c/lMERICAN HOUSE 
Beautifying Expensively 
Mighty Forces Growing 



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Bookman Oldstylc 



• A (2 25 9>t2ao $4 2S 



HUMOROUS DEPOSITOR:) 

^ University gT Rushmorelj^ 
Southern Merchants Complain 



6 A $170 10m $180 $3 60 



cylDVISE HONEST SOLDIER 
Interesting Indictments Expected 
Home Discipline Gained Strength 



6 A $1 5S 14 a $1 70 $8 25 



DINERS REJOICED 

Enjoy March Banquet 
Ninety Invited Guests 



lOPoint 18AS125 3«a$12S $2 60 

ELEVEN HOUSES RANSACKED 
Daring Burglar Entered Fine Homes 
Along the North Shore Drive During 
Month of March and Secured a Large 
Amount jf Clothing and Rare Jewels 



*A$1«0 18* $165 $3 2S 



DRIVERS HIT HORSES 
Insulting Rich Bystanders 
Discourage cTVlean Actions 



llPaial 



ISA $1 46 Ma $166 S3 00 



FIREMAN RISKED FORTUNE 
Sharpers Captured Near Cleveland 
Remember Seven Eventful Nights 



>6A$I36 S2a$140 $2 76 

HEMPBURG COUNCIL RESIGNED 
Resignations Handed Mayor Separately^ 
Taxpayers Making Mysterious Inquiries 
Report Short $1234567890 Makes Denial 



9 Point 19A$12S 38 a $1 25 $2 60 

STRONG MANSION CONSTRUCTED 
Artistic Decorations Recently Completed 
Delightful Garden and Beautiful Lawns 
Remarkable Exterior Commented Upon 
Magnificent Summer Resorts Described 



g Point 20 A $110 40a $116 tZ2S 

NUMEROUS ENTERPRISING FRIENDS 
Generous Support Secured The Nominations 
Bright Orations and Wonderful Pyrotechnics 
Dignified Candidates Rejected and Dismissed 
Lavish Display of Silk Hats and Frock Coats 



< Point 



ISA $0 96 47a $106 $2 00 



BOSTON STAPLE BINDERS AND POPULARITY 
The Machine Haa Been a Boon lo Printera In General 
Handaome Type Pacea Are Caat on American Ltne 
New Htatory of Printins and Ita Great Development 
Celebrated Reaorta in Germany and Other Countriea 
Government Excrclaea Influence in New Poaaesftlon 
Beauliful Sentiment •I234S6;mo Celebrate Proapcrlty 



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THE SYNTHESIS OF QUALITY 

ONSTRUCTION of the best grade, comprising 
material and workmanship; general fitness, with 
a complete knowledge of the art; the builder's 
integrity and ability of first order, and a design 
embodying an idea of the laws of motion, will, 
according to the immutable law of cause and effect 
make up a first-class piece of work of quality — in 
this case, a printing press, known to the trade the world over as 
a "Colt's Armory" Platen Printing, Scoring and Embossing Press. 
Cjudgment is a factor. A watch having an uncompensated balance 
wheel can readily be so finished that its cost would equal that of 
a Dent chronometer; yet as relates to its prime function, "it wad 
na be worth a tinker's dom! " It simply would be lacking quality. 
CThen, if a platen is so controlled that, when impinging upon the 
form, to prevent it from traversing the arc of a curve it must be 
compelled by opposing means to move in a straight line, it is a 
hundred to one shot that the misalliance will not endure. That is, 
in its dominant principle it is deficient in quality. That's simple. 
CQuality is relative. A mechanic might, with a hand tool, form 
a microscopic screw and the thread thus fashioned may compare 
favorably with that produced by precise mechanism; but, if time 
is considered, the manual method merely exhibits dexterity — like 
a Master Printer who successfully operates a Silurian machine. 

Secure Quality if You Would Produce Quality 



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We CAROLINA 
SCHOOL <£f ART 

FOR YOUNG MEN and WOMEN 




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Bookman Italic 

72 Point Special Characters $1 30 per font 3 A $7 05 4 a $4 45 $11 50 

MENDERS 

Holds Guest 

60 Point Special Characters $1 00 per font 3 A $6 15 4 a $4 15 $1030 

SOMETHING 
Bridge Special 

48 Point Special Characters $0 75 per font 3 A $3 75 7 a $3 85 $7 6 

INDORSEMENT 
Hunting Elephants 

36 Point Special Characters $0 50 per font 4 A $2 65 7 a $2 50 $516 

FINE SHOEMAKERS 
Composed Ca tchy Songs 
Entertained Blacksmith 

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6 A 12 10 »alZ15 14 2ft 



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ENLIGHTEN INK MIXER 
Special Ingredients Required 
Customer Hints Repeat Order 



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Sp«ri>l C)uin>rt.T> tO 25 per funt 



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DISGUISED JOKES EXPOSED 

Editors Smiling Acknowledgment 
Tremendous Outburst of Laughter 



Special ChanctOT 10 25 p«r font 



SAtiee 18atl70 tszs 



HAND SHAKERS GIVE BIG EXCURSION 
Outing of Yesterday Conceded Record Breaking 
Evidences Phenomenal Increase of Organization 



n All to 2SaSlM 13 00 



9 Point 



18Atl20 37atl30 t260 



UNEA RTHC URIC US RELIC 
Ancient Quaint Stone Instrument 
^yi^onster Crowd From Country 
Miners Excavating Paying Ores 



CAPTURING STUPID BURGLAR^ 
Books, Title Pages, Catalogs, Stationery 
Bookman Italic Very Useful Production 
Enhanced Unusual Ornamental Effects 
Elite Touches Imparted to Composition 
Desirable Individuality Given to Printing 



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WELCOME SPRING SUNSHINE 
C_/ictors Spend Vacation Near Paris 
Wild Flower Growing Near Roadside 
Frightened $1234567890 Speculator 



8 Point 



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DISCOVERS ANOTHER LARGE TREE 
Hardwood Lumt>erini( World Again Startled 
Alleged Dimension Eclipse Former Records 
Fancied Authentic Account to be Confirmed 
Party Having Good Reputation for Veracity 
Selected to Make Necessary Measurements 



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HORSE RACING EXHIBITION CLOSES 
Lm»t Day Brings Out Unusually Large Crowd 
Hmndaotne Specimens Native Thoroughbreds 
Remarkably Clever Equestrian Performances 
J'mart Youngsters Learned Trade Very Fast 



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EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYS HOTEL 
Firr Fttlhtintt Hemem Awmk^n thr Slumbering Guest 
Exciting St»aip*d«^ Pmndemontum Rtngna Suprwme 
Half Dated M*n, Womrn mnd Children Scantily Clad 
Rumh Down Iha Froaty Iron Fire Eacapaa Racklaaaiy 
Stonaa ofWondartul Eaeapa from Craahing Timbara 
Timaly Raacua; Wealthy Hermit Nearly Asphyxiated 
Handaoma Butldinttl3345t7B90 Total Wreck. Coal 



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The past 6 numbers 
of Wg Prospect, Sep- 
tember to February 
inclusive, will be de- 
livered free if this rare 
«*^ offer is accepted ^ 
before cTVlonday" the 
2V' day- §f cApril ^ 

Twenty Impressions ^ Kreand's 
Engravings. Over one hundred 
Short Stories and Verse and Il- 
lustrations of the Prospect sort 




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o7Wirandy"c>l venue 

J'avannah, Georgia 



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Contentment 



Let us learn to be contented with 
what we have. Let us get rid 
of prejudices and false estimates, 
set up the higher ideals — a quiet 
home; vines of our own planting; 
a few books full of the inspiration 
of a genius; a few friends worthy 
of being loved and able to love 
us in turn; a hundred innocent 
pleasures that bring no pain or 
sorrow; devotion to the right 
that will never swerve; a simple 
religion empty of all bigotry, full 
of trust and hope and love — and 
to such a philosophy this world 
will give up all empty joy it has. 




Complimentm of 

(J/Woreland &^ Klingsman 

tylbbottsvUle, Vermont 








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Lining Oldstyle Antique No. 560 

72 Point 3 A $7 25 4 a $4 55 $11 80 

RESPONSE 

Ladies Dined 

60 Point 3 A $B 55 4 a SUl 20 $10 75 

BUCK FENCE 
More Delightful 

48 Point 4 A $4 25 6 a $3 25 $7 6(1 

INCOME RAISED 
Northern Producers 



36 Point 4 A $2 75 6 a $2 25 $5 00 

REDUCTION ASKED 
Unusual Animals Found 

SOPoint 5A$225 9a$200 »42;.| 

DESIRE ELEGANT STYLEl 
Entertaining Country Relatives 



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EMINENT BOYS ORGANIZE 

Social Parties Held During Month 
Handsome Ladies Are Interested 
Many Members Becoming Active 



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IMPROVED CONDITIONS EXISTING 

Printers Evidently Prosperous in Country 
Recent Indications Denoted Advancement 
Numerous Mechanics Rarely Unemployed 



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SPEAKING ABOUT DURABLE TYPE FACES 

Lining Oldstyle Antique Long Noted for Durability 
Generally Found in All Up-to-Date Printing Offices 
Much Better Results Obtained With New Material 



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FINE AMERICAN PRODUCTS 
Misconstrued Information Received 
False Documents Presented Pupils 
Principal Asked Rigid Investigation 



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FIERCE FIRE DESTROYS EASTON 
Several Made Homeless by Conflagration 
Bjg tXepartment Store Completely Ruined 
Damage Great $1234567890 No Insurance 



*■>*■*» UAns umtia tiu 

BURGLARS RANSACK COUNTRY HOMES 
Rctidcnta Becoming Alarmt'd ThrouRhout Town 
Lon* Highwayman Kidnaps Whole Police Force 
Entire Population Now in State of Consternation 

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POLITICIAN ANSWERED REBUKE 
Reports Submitted Are Considered False 
Organizations Demanded Public Apology 
Newspiapers State System is Demoralized 
Prominent Merchants Vigorously Protest 
Harmony Prevails Along Political Circles 



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RURAL GENTLEMAN VISITED CIRCUS 
Greatly Amazed During Evening Performance 
Comical Trained Animals Caused Amusement 
Elephants Created Wild Panic During Parade 
Marvellous Feats Performed by Young Indian 
Red Lemonade and Peanuts Received Notice 



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BRIGHT PUPILS ARGUING CELEBRATED CASE 
Noted Profe«Bora PrvpartngStrenuou* Eiamlnattons 
Untvrralty Oraduatr* Racclving Honorable Mantlon 
Stale Normal Schoola Participated In Recent Conleat 
Northern Educatora Denounced Private Inatltutlona 
Rtllgloua Boclctlea •IZMW7MD Securlni Conalderable 



Light Dorsey 

SOPoint 3A$615 4a$375 $990 

INHERITING 

Robust Charm 



Stronger Lines 



48 Point 3 A $3 70 7 a $3 SO $7 6(> 

EXPERT DESIGN 

Quality Considered 
Selecting Buildings 

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36 Point 4 A $2 35 9a $2 66 $5 

BRIGHT JOURNEYMEN 

Studiously Improve Mind^ 
Recognize Trade Literatur^ 
Unique Enthusiasm Found 

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EXPERIENCED SUPERINTENDENT 
Realizes Enormous Cost of Time Bought 
Improve American Material Extensively 



ODERN TYPE EQUIPMENT 
Orders Receive Prompt Attention 
Deferment is Manifestly Unwise 



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[SPLENDID TYPE FOR GENERAL PURPOSES 
Light Dorsey is a Peculiarly Adaptable Type Face 
It May be Profitably Used on Many Kinds of Work 
Besides it Has a Strong Companion Face in Dorsey 



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LIGHT DORSEY FOR DISPLAY 
Proper Types for Modern Printers 
Creating Strong and Neat Display 
Stylish Design Properly Executed 



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THE MAIN ITEM OF EXPENSE IS TIME 
Adequate Facilities Increase Products of Time 
Every Tiine-Saving Facility Should be Utilized 
An Ample Supply of Material Pays for Itself 
Have You Enough Type, Leads, Slugs and Rule 
Your Lost Time May Coat Enough to Buy This 



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MANY HOURS LOST ON THE PRESS 
Wonderful Electric Display Last Evening 
Lost Time of a Compositor and Pressman 
Guarantee $1234567890 Chattel Mortgage 



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THE PRINTER IS WORTHY OF HIS HIRE 
Men Will Demand Just Reward for Themselves 
Yet Browbeat the Printer Into Cutting His Price 
Sauce for the Goose is Also Sauce for the Printer 

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COMPLETE COURSE OF PRINTING INSTRUCTION 
Print«n Study th« DiipUy Patfea in Our Type Showing* 
And it is Our Aim to Make Them Instructive ss Possible 
TbM* Paaea Oder SuMMtions for a Great Variety of Jobs 
Which are Often Pound Acc«v<aUe on Customers' Work 
American Type Set in The American Way is DistinctiT* 
Primers Should Order tl234S(7aO American Type Facea 



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EIGHTY ENTHUSIASTIC ADVERTISERS REJOICED 
PURCHASING BEAUTIFUL LIGHT DORSEY ITALIC 
Kind Magistrate Sentenced Rough Prisoner to Lockup 
Millionaire Manufacturer Bought the Fake Gold Brick 
Weather Bureau Reports Heavy Rainfall in Michigan 
Contain Delightful Typographical Usefulness Within 



14 Point 



12 A $1 25 32 a $1 75 $3 00 



ENTERPRISING COMPOSITOR SAVES MUCH VALUABLE TIME 
HUNTING SORTS ABOLISHED IN ALL PROFIT MAKING SHOPS 
Particularly Adapted for Magazine Advertisements and Fine Work 
Royal Horseman Holds the Prominent Place in Coronation Parade 
Printing Condition Much Improved by Scientific Type Manufacture 
Craftsmen Demand Useful Borders and Ornaments for Best Work 
Torpedo Boat Destroyers Sailed Northward via Boston Light Today 



12 Point 



15 A $1 10 43a $165 $2 75 



8 Point 



18A $0 85 54a$140 $225 



HUSKY SERGEANT GAVE LOUD ORDERS 
BOUGHT MODERN PRINTING MA TERIAL 
Best typography is getting away from all the 
eccentricity that was formerly being used, it 
being nearly eliminated; the circular should 
be easy to read and not be overcrowded with 
unnecessary ancient $1234567890 type faces 



10 Point 16 A $0 95 47 a $1 55 $2 50 

HANDSOME DESIGNS RETURNED YESTERDA Y 
MANY NOTABLE GENTLEMEN RECEIVED PIES 
The American Type Founders Company produced 
and sold many new faces, the total volume of its 
business increased; from this policy of increasing 
volume by giving the printer what he wanted, and 
decreasing cost of manufacture and an increasing 
excellence of the product was born the leadership 

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MONSTER GATHERING WELCOME HEROINE 
DASHING BEAUTIES CAUSING ADMIRATION 
One would think that this great Company.wilh 
its infinite variety of faces, would rest content 
on its laurels and forego the trouble and expense 
of constantly issuing new faces. But this it must 
not and will not do. This Company knows thai 
the printer is calling for new faces, because they 
bring him new customers and also hold his old 
ones. As long as this Company leads this branch 
of the printing industry, it will maintain custom 



6 Point 21A$075 63a$125 $2 « 

SCORCHING A UTOMOBILE STRIKES TELEGRAPH POI.I 
SUPERB TYPE QUALITIES INTRODUCED EXTENSIVEL 
The business men of the United States are better educate 
on lyt>e than are those of any other country in the wort: 
The printing press of this country is educatini everyone 
demand better printini. Eccentricity of composition li.i\ 
been used so much, and so ihoroulhly tried oat. that it b. 
practically been relegated to the past as useless. Today an, 
tomorrow call for plain, sane, easily-read composition, tcr^ 
printed. Since this kind of printing is almost standard!!" 
the only way inwhich novelty and difference canbeobtami 
is in the use of the newer display faces in their various size 
Buyini faces are a great 11234567S90 help to the composite 





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Mr. Jack Morrison has 
proved himself a versa- 
tile ornament in the art 
of literature by his latest 
book. Comedy and drama 
are equally well handled 

There is a saying that all 
the world loves a lover. 
Mr. Jack Morrison has 
certainly created a lov- 
able lover in Mart Adam 



RUTHIE 



A story of love and adventure in the 
Golden West in the unwinding of 
which many odd and inter- 
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These are the two most vital points of the 
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Upon them you must depend for success and 
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business for pleasure. American line material 
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Spring Catalogue 

Showing an extensive line of hand-tooled wooden 
art picture frames. This assortment includes the 
latest and best patterns, and will go a long way in 
aiding the housewife to make the home attractive 



HARTMAIN& SINCLAIR 

Number 749 North Market Street, MONROE, ILL. 



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Our new high-grade wardrobe trunk is a bureau 
and wardrobe manufactured to swing on one 
set of hinges, and designed to accommodate the 
sartorial equipment of both men and women. These trunks 
are the quintessence of convenience for the traveler, and 
their durability is a thing to marvel at. Made in thirty-one 
models, and sold at prices to suit the necessities of all 



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CHOICE TRAVELING REQUISITES 

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trade for the best grade of printing the Colt's Armory Presses 
stand supreme. The printer who uses them thereby proclaims his 
superior status in the art. He has no annoying and expensive 
handicaps and can thus produce the very best of quality in the 
most economical manner. The demand for a press that will do 
heavy halftone printing, hot and cold embossing, paper-box 
cutting, and also high-grade job printing, is satisfactorily met 
by the Colt's Armory. Being well-known for their perfect con- 
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often supplanting less expensive and more lightly constructed 
presses in all offices where evenness of impression and absolute 
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register can be obtained on any job press. As the largest 
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Several Important Cases Unexplained 



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EXTENSIVE BUSINESS IMPROVED 
Mining Interests Located Nearer Railroad 
Thousands Invading Country District Daily 
Large Products Delivered Various Dealers 
Graceful Dancers Entertaining Publishers 



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MUCH MONEY JUDICIOUSLY EXPENDED 
Retiring Bankers Build Magnificent City Homes 
Large Sums Negotiated During Financial Strain 
Fashions Admired by Fastidious Foreign Counts 
Departing Noblemen Enthusiastically Cheered 



REFUSING MEMBERS 
Hemrican Lodge Bankrupt 
Fine Entertainment Given 

14 Point 13 A $1 45 28 a $1 55 $3 00 

MINING ENGINEER SINKING 
Extend Railroad Farther South 
High Lands Remain Concealed 

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ENORMOUS STOCKS SOLD MONDAY 
Numerous Familiar Faces Arrived Quickly 
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Prosperous Merchant Received Nomination 



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PRIVATE BUSINESS TRANSACTION REPORTED 
Humorous Young Man Played Practical Jokes on Professor 
Latest Reports From Headquarters Seem Very Favorable 
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Real Estate Business Showing Profitable Returns Daily 



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Brokers Examined Realties 
Many Ruins Reported Later 

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HANDSOME CARDS ORDERED 
Beautiful Enlarged Portrait Arrives 
Roman Empires Recently Destroyed 

12 Point 12 A $1 00 45 a $1 75 $2 75 

UNIVERSITY STUDENT MAKES RECORD 
Substantial Homes Devastated by Earthquakes 
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EXTENSIVELY IMPROVED METHODS 
Maintaming Greater Current with Electricity 
Hundreds Remain Behind Looking for Success 
Merchants Throughout the Country Advertise 
Large Fortunes Frequently Procured Quickly 



8 Point 16 A $0 85 63 a $140 $2 25 

A BRILLIANT MAN/PULA TION INTRODUCED 
Honorable Mention Given During Recent Examination 
Profits Divided Monthly A mong Several Stockholders 
Nomination Sought During Early Summer Excursion 
Banquet Given Students Before Leaving the Seminary 



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Powerful Influence Brought to Bear During the Investigatim 
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BRIGHT PUBLISHERS 

Eight Soldiers Conquered 
Dangerous Zebras Escape 



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French Authority Heard Music 
Remarkable Designer Explains 



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omic Opera Managers Joined Army 
initating Graceful Portland Acrobats 



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i'ragedians Stranded Near Asia 
Juaint Mansion Charms Tourist 



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ffiXICAN HUNTERS CHASE TIGER 
fatioQ Honors Young Australian Discoverer 
Jnusual Excitement at Meeting of Bachelors 
)urable Materials for Catalogue Compositor 
omi Crowds $1234567890 Received Praise 

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10 Point aAtllO 44>tl» KSO 

ADMIRED MOST CAREFUL ARTISAN 
Clearest Faces Designed for Beautiful Book 
New York Publishers Invited Old Resident 
Jockeys Injured in Most Exciting Contests 



srWnt BAn 10 Mains ttn 

UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS QUALIFIED 
Hanten Ctptnrcd Strange Tropical Quadmpcdt 
Moch Ducnnion Over Lateit Infraction of Rule 
Preumen andCoropoailon Seeking Emplojnnent 

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72 Point 



3A$6B5 4a$425 $10 8 



MINE Shafts 



60 Point 



3 A $5 60 4 a $3 55 {K 15 



Dines PRINCE 



48 Point 



4A$4 05 7a$365 1770 



MONKEY Climbed 



36 Point 



4A$2 60 8a$250 $500 



Character MODERNIZED 



30 Point 



5A$2 05 10a $225 $430 



PROSPEROUS Hotel Owners 



24 Point 



7 A $185 12a $175 $3 60 



10 Point 



DESCRIBE HORSE 
Honest Investments 



22A$1 15 43a$136 $2S0 
12A$0 60 



SHOWING EXQUISITE FEATURES 
MORE Holiday Presents Being Received 
Fires Destroyed Beautiful State Houses 
Remove Columbian Machinery Exhibit 



20 Point 



8 A $166 15a $160 $3 26 



9 Point 



23 A $120 46a $130 $8511 
14 A $0 50 



FISHERMEN DROWN 
Departed Easter Sunday 



18 Point 



11 A $160 22a $1 66 $3 25 



SENTRY FIRED SIXTY SHOTS 
Heavy Order of French Oldstyle 



12 Point 



16A$130 32a $145 $2 76 
10 a $0 50 



DESIGNS MODERN PRINTING PLANT 
Many Banks ^1234567890 Receive Coins 

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EXCURSION STEAMERS REMARKABLE 
ALARMED Over Many Threatening Notices 
Children Rendered Delightful Entertainment 
New Counties Demand Equalization Board; 



SPoint 24A$105 48a$120 $2 

15 A $0 50 

INVENT PRACTICAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHl 
EXPERT Mechanics Require Substantial Material 
Magnificent Returns Gained Througti Investmen 
Require Natural Talent Throughout Entire Seasoi 



6 Point 25 A $0 90 SlaillO B" 

22A$0 50 
MYSTERIOUS IMPORTANT DOCUMENT VANISHE 
Beautiful Editions Contained Halftones and Enpavini 
Gigantic Scheme Uncovered by Wonderful Girl Dctecliv 
Rainy Weather Costs $1234567890 Factories Much Monoj 



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TYPOGRAPHY 

AND THE ADVERTISING INSTINCT 

I AVE you ever considered the relation 
of typesetting to advertising? One 
of the very best known advertising 
experts in the United States has paid 
as high as fifty dollars for setting up 
a single advertisement, the standard 
magazine page size. This man knows the value of 
correct typography. Years of analytical experience 
and careful tabulation of results has taught him 
that the pulling power of an advertisement can be 
!' "ubled or trebled by correct typography. Shrewd 
Jvertising managers no longer hesitate to pay ten, 
fifteen, or twenty-five dollars for setting a single 
idvertisement. They find it money well invest^. 

Correct t>-poKraphy Involves first of all what might be called the advertising 
instinct. Just the ordinary '•t>T)esetting" Is not typography In the sense 
here Intended . A knowledge of advertising reciuirements Is essential . A staff of 
iiigh-priMd competent compositors Is also essential. For years we have made a 
leading specialty of graphic typography for advertisers. We put into our work 
' advertising Instinct plus experience and knowledge of what is required. 

HARNOR-ROSKAN PRESS 

1 IS HOHEMIA STREhT 





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12 Point 



16 A $1 35 32 a $1 50 $2 85 



EXQUISITE MODERN SELECTIONS 

Beautiful Types Always Remaining Popular 
General Printing Establishments Used Italics 
Graceful Letter for Neater Practical Display 
Sold by American Type Founders Company 
Original Features Charm Timid Customers 
Reorders at Frequent Intervals Show Result 
Striking Style and Dignity Observed Herein 
Supreme Qtuilities of Ingenuity and Strength 
Useful Figures $12H367890 Included Also 



10 Point 



19 A $1 25 38 a $1 30 $2 55 



MARI/ELOUS BUILDING TOIVERING ABO^E 
Contracts Given for Breaking Public Highu-ay Stones 
Government Dredge Working Near Statue of Liberty 
Placing Awnings on Front Veranda a Sign of Spring 
Tired Excursionists Rest Under Spreading Elm Trees 
Visited Popular Maine Hunting Grounds Frequently 
Youthful Golf Player Showing a Fancy Stroke to Men 
Disgraceful Rioting Followed an Unpopular Decision 
Beautifully Formed Diver Gets Wonderful Notoriety 
Famous Historians Receiving Much Unearned Praise 
Sailor Received Great Welcome at New York Harbor 



9 Point 26 A $120 oOa$130 $2 SO 

SHOIVING PRONOUNCED IMPERFECTION 
Tender Hearted IVortien Became Hysterical Today 
Blind Man Walks Beside Charming Servant Ctrl 
Apprentices Receiving Much Needed Encouragemtnt 
Large Steamer Titched Dangerously During Storm 
Giant Westerner Found Valuable Diamond Rings 
Clever Bicycle Racer Wins National Championship 



8 Point 23 A $105 46a$120 (226 

STRICTER CWIL SERVICE EXAMINATION 
Old Revenue Cutter Sunk in Collision with Barges 
Fireman Scalded with Escaping Steam in Fireroom 
Engines Stop at Critical Moment and Never Moved 
New Wireless Telegrapher Flashed Distress Signal 
Captain Found Nearly Starved by Searching Party 
Reporter Sent to Scene of Horrible Accident in Bay 
Pictures and Description Printed in Largest Papers 



6 Point 



26A$09o 52a$105 $200 



MODERN SPECIMENS DESIGNED IN LIGHT COLORS 
Mechanics from Boston Showed Goodjudgmcnt While Working 
Railroad Fireman Held Position During Slack Business Season 
Mexican Frontier Swarmed with Hungry Seventeen Year Locusts 
Beautiful Niagara yisited by Curious Nature Loving Residents 
Competing Printer Submitted Various Estimates to Government 
Presenting Wealthy Bride of Foreign Count in Court at England 
International Association of Ambitious Mechanics is Orgattitine 
Enthusiastic Conventions Presenting Grand Reports to Secretary 
Remarkable Historic $12HS67S90 Kingdom Unearthed in India 




lOU ARE INVITED TO BE PRESENT 

with ladies at a feast given by the members 
of the UXfMpareil Club in celebration of the 
most prosperous year the Club has enjoyed 
since its organisation. Kensington House, 
Friday Evening, December ninth, Nineteen hundred and 
twelve, at eight-thirty o'clock. Music will be furnished by 
the Kensington Glee Club and addresses will be delivered 
by President Johnston, Secretary Richardsmitb and others 



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SAMUEL I. JOHNSTON 

President 
JAMES RICHARDSMITH 

Secretary 



RICHARD H. YOUNG 
FRANK E. HARDING 
JOHN F. EARLY 
CLAUDE MERCER 

Directors 



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Camelot Oldstyle 

HARMONICA INSTRUCTION 
Unmerited Rewards Distributed 
Merchandise Ouotations Lower 



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6At200 UatZW 1440 



CUSTOMERS DEMANDING PURITY 
Notification Granting Exclusive Rights 
Demands Superior Advertising Mettiod 



8A$1<0 u«tim fSSO 



LARGE NEW TURBINE STEAMSHIP ARRIVES 
Unusually Intelligent People Sonnetinnes Leave 
Enormously Overpopulated Districts Imperilled 



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PRODUCED SOME MYTHICAL STORIES OF THE PRAIRIES 
Pa the Edification of Diminutive People Hunting Wild Animals 
Appliances and Processes for the Manufacture of Underwear 



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MADE IN EIGHT SIZES AND VERY USEFUL 
Our Qvilization and Modem Advancement 
Difficulty With Forms Not Properly Locked Up 
Experimenting $ 1 25456?a90 Considerations 



8 Point 20AI08& 6Zatl40 t2tS 

FRIENDSHIP CEASES WHEN YOU NEED MONEY 
Consequential Individual Promoted to Authortty 
Understand How to Print and Suit the Customer 
Mention That Most Famous of Salmon Vaters 
Knovledge Is Necessary In Highest Mechanics 
Responsible Positions Always Open to Graduates 



1«A*1 16 40>tlSS 12 60 

SPRWOmME Wli MAKE THE OLD FEa YOUNG 
Inventing ttK Fine Art Which Perpetuates History 
CredH of Achievements Has Been Long Contested 
Method of Reducing the Weight of Poci<.ettxx)ks 

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PINE CHANa rOft IXJVE8S Of EXCaUNT UTBRATUM 
NO WrtUnfi But Thoae of the Best Autton In CoUflCtion 
Barsam Sale In latest looks Wrtlten by Popular Vrlten 
Comnenclnt Thunday Mocnlns at the PtAliaNnc Hou*e 
Valuable Instnjctlve Uteratuie la a Nooeailty to Prtnten 
furttcr Intonnatton by 1 1 iMS'rato Mdreialni OliacI 



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72 Point 3 A ?5 45 4 a $3 65 $9 10 

NUMBERING 

Royal Kingdom 

gQPojn^ 3 A $5 65 4a $2 95 $8 60 

FRENCH COINSi 

Markets Destroyed 

54Point 4A$470 8a$406 $87| 

GRAND SMOKER 

Remarkable Number 



4 A 53 95 9a $3 70 $' 



FOREIGN EMPIRES 

Explored Strange Islanc 




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SURPRISE NEIGHBOR 

Modern American Designs 



5A KHA 9m K-iD 1506 



SECURE HIGHER PRICES 

"Expend Manufacturing Capital 



6Ae40 io«n9o USB 



HISTORIC MANSION BURNED 

Several Beautiful Emblems Destroyed 



7A enn 13»»1 50 t3 50 



BANKER HONORS ENGLISH CHECK 

International Business Confidence Established 



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10 Point 



UAtlM »a(l20 tzeo 



EXPLODING MAGAZINE 
Authorities Deny Responsibility 
Officers Demanding Admission 



MA tl ao Mall «o noo 



ARTISTIC BORDER DESIGNS 
Ordinary Jobs of Printing Enhanced 
American Designs Always Original 



SOUVENIRS ARE DISTRIBUTED 
Mcritorioos Work Heartily Rewarded 
Charming: Graduates Attend Summer 
Exercises and Receive Their Diplomas 
Happy Recipients Heartily Applauded 



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MAGNinCENT HOME IS DESTROYED 
Excited Ndghbon Volunteer Tbdr AiriiUncc 
Duriac a MldaMii CoaiUpttioa which Ruined 
BinchAnitoa't Mnl PaUUil Roldencc, CapUin 
BowCiTryinc to Get Policy, w«i Slightly Injured 



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STRIKING ADVERTISING LETTER 
Undoubtedly Realize Handsome Dividends 
Producing Attractive Commercial Printing 
Brings Golden $ 1 234567890 American Coin 



DBUCHTFUL OONCBRT GIVEN BY MAROSCH 
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P*Mw M«««T Wdl te R<nA<rW. Mm. BrinwL So*r«M 
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KNIGHT 

THE LAST WORD IN QUALITY 

THE KNIGHT BROTHERS WERE PIONEERS IN SPECIAL PAPERS 
AND HAVE ALWAYS KEPT WELL IN THE LEAD IN NEW IDEAS 



EPUTATION for good paper must rise 
or fall with the quality of the product. It 
is most important that we keep the quality 
of our paper above the average. This has 
been our object ever since we embarked 
in the paper business. The Knight Paper 
Company, with their well-known reputation for quality of 
product and business honesty, stands behind every sheet 
of KNIGHT PARCHMENT. It is the business paper 
for those who desire to give expression to all the highest 
commercial ideals. This paper combines the reliability of 
the ages with modern day progress. It is always the first 
choice of the printer's careful customer, and also the first 
choice of the discriminating buyers 
who appreciate quality. The printer 
will do well to show his customers 
this paper; it will mean a satisfied 
clientele and more profit. Send for 
our new and original sample book 



DUKE BOND 

We still carry a large stock 
of the famous Duke Bonds, 
all colors and weights. It is 
a very desirable paper stock 
for ordinary business forms 



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OFFICES AND MILLS, NORTH OLEANA, OHIO 

BRANCH OFFICES : NEW YORK, CHICAGO. CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, SEATTLE 



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THE RELATION OF APPLIED DESIGN 
TO OUR MODERN INDUSTRIES vKv»«vi* 

ELIGHT in the graceful line and 
well-balanced form are universally 
inborn. Regard for this has always 
been shown in utensils and in con- 
struction. To nearly every form of 
product, design of some kind expresses the de- 
gree of the designer's or workman's interest in 
his work and his conception of appropriateness. 
Doorways, windows, and the whole facade are 
appreciations of the purposes of the building and 
the abilities of the architect. Of the things that 
go into the house, furniture and utensils, there 
are the same elements of regard for beauty of 
form and appropriate decoration. In all indus- 
trial products, applied design has an especially 
prominent part in forming a practical product. 

Forms of knives, forks, spoons and pitctiers follow the general model, but the 
de^m of Interest and merit of the pattern depend on the decorative design that 
is used as well a on form. The different periods of ornament are used espe- 
cially in this class of products, German, French and English models being most 
conspicuous, so that we have tableware, wallpaper, and furniture in which the 
derign is held as clotely as pooible to the periods ttfraenietLJtj*jtjijtj*j*j* 



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THE NEW IDEA OF THE MOIRBURGH BANKING CORPORATION 

rr/JO do the rig;ht thing;, at the right time, in the right way; to do some 
thing? better than they were ever done before; to eliminate errors; to 
kix>w both sides of the question; to be courteous; to be an example; to 
for love of the work; to anticipate requirements; to develop resources; 
to iccognize no impediments; to master circumstances; to act from reason rather 
tlun rule; to be satisfied with nothing: short of perfection. »»»»» 




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72 Point 3A$680 4a$360 $1030 

HINDER Fights 

eOPoint 3A$550 4a$280 $8 30 

CONTRIBUTION 

Rosebush Kingdom 

54Point 4A$470 7a$415 1885 

BIG REDUCTIONS 

Escapade Denounced 



48Point 3A$460 6a$315 $7 7 

MODEST NUMBERS 

Harmonious Serenades 



42Point 4A$355 7a$270 $62 

MAZIPOMA SPRINGS 



Renegade Detains Butcher 



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SURGEONS RECOGNIZED 

Elementary Publication Revised 



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REFORM DISHONEST MAIDEN 
Desperate Men Destroyed Battlement 



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CONSTRUCTED MODERN MANSION 
Numerous Incriminating Documents Purloined 
Revolutionists Destroy Beautiful Monasteries 



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DELIGHTFUL WEATHER CONDITIONS PREVAIL 
Many Enterprising Schemers Receive Scathing Reprimand 
interior Decorators Submit Magnificent Designs for Museum 



itvt i«A<i3o S4kii4t nn aPatat nA ti lo 44ati u ttn 

'RAND EUROPEAN MUSEUM OPEN elaborate horticultural display 

b L Lt T- ■ J WW r T- ^ A • A Mtgnificent Dtooratrot B/trgAins Are Shipped 

KermrkabU Trained Monkey Entertainment AmeHam Designed Artistic Historicjd Pictures 

^ysical Marvel Displayed Great Endurance ^"^fT'' ^'"""l ^T.^'^f^c^'^ 

"^ "^ Unprefvaiced Cititens Favored Novel Schemes 

mowing Fine S 1 234 567 89 TypeDesigns htquismve Chiu GAthers Useful informjttion 



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JiRANGED EXPENSIVE EUROPEAN TOUR iukathon ruhiok kbcovss handsomb psus 
uptHtr Elba^u Lotion Rellcots Springtime MiUdies 



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'd Foreigner Entertains American Senator 

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144 Point 3A$1130 4 a $6 70 $18 (Ki 

ENDSak 



3A $865 4a$535 $14 00 



DISTRICTS 

Shops Great 

96 Point 3 A $6 40 4a $3 85 $10 2i| 

reminder! 

Cheapq Horse 



Jenson Condensed 

iBi SAI600 4>«S 16 »IB 

jSERIES BOUGHT 

Quality Considered 



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HONEST CHLDREN 

Visits Beautiful River 



FMM 6At>» 7>nK t82S 

MERCHANDISE SPOILED 

Exports American Products 

tnOWS HANDSOME ROSES 
Pleasant Summer Amusement 
.ontaining Striking Originality 



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5 A $2 20 10aS2 30 $4 50 



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36 Point 

GRAND MECHANICAL EXHIBITS 
International Bowling Championship 



TA$206 12atl95 |400 



EXHIBITING TYPOGRAPHICAL DESIGNS 
Aeroplanes Hovering Threateningly Beyond 
Brokers Report Delinquent Members of Curb 



24 Point 



BA$165 17a $190 $3 55 



GIVING ARITHMETICIAN TEDIOUS EXAMPLES 

Incorporated Manufacturers Conducting Exposition 
Six Remarkable Buildings Destroyed by Earthquake 



12 A $150 26a $175 $3 25 



MUSICAL ARTISTS HUMOROUS 
Savory Beverage Causes Headache 
Foreman and Compositor Satisfied 
Greatest Circus on Earth Delighted 



14 Point 



16 A $125 39a $175 $3 00 



PLAINEST DESIGNS SECURING PRIZES 

Unlimited Conversational Powers Necessary 
Musical Entertainers Generously Applauded 
American Type Founders Company Product 



lOPoint 22A$115 46a$136«25d 

MERCANTILE CONDITIONS PROSPEROUS 
Numbering Machines in Greatest Demanq 
Showing Artistic Typographical Designing 
Traveling Salesmen Reaping New Benefits 
Magazines Denounce Eccentric Millionaire; 
Indian Farmer Reaps Large Wheat Harves 



8 Point 26 A $105 55a $120 $2 

ANQENT TYFES SELDOM BRING DESIRED RESUl. 
Meandering Through Dusky Woodlands in Springtin 
Showing Handsome Ornaments and Borders Frofost 
Most Pathetic Exibition of Ancient Printers Compan 
Beautiful Designing Submitted for General Inspecti( 
Hudson River Pirates Easily Captured by Dreadnaugl 



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12 Point 



20A$125 43a $150 $2 75 



AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS FORTUNATE 
Finding Nefarious Schemes to Accumalate Money 
Financial Conditions Becoming Generally Normal 
Foreign Languages Easily Learned From Teachers 
Handsome Sharp Cut $1234567890 Useful Figures 

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6 Point 28 A $0 90 60a $110 K 

REMARKABLE SHOWING OF DETERMINATION BY PRINTE 
Awful Catastrophe Happens to the Peculiar Hen of Modern U 
Millionaires Eventually Recognize the Possibilities of InleHigi 
Brains Are Mightier Than Dollars When Men Refuse to be SI: 
Order Jenson Condensed at Frequent Intervals Through Our Hci 
Monster Gathering Crowd Thoroughfares During a Marathon Ij 
Warmer Weather Prevailed Over Eastern Portion of United Stj 
Contented People Stupidly $1234567890 Iniure Theh KeigW' 



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Oriental Carpets 

NO WESTERNER NEED FARE TO NEW YORK TO SEE A 
FIRST-CLASS ASSORTMENT OF ORIENTAL WEAVES. 



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THEY ARE EXHIBITED HERE AT TEMTTINC PRICES 
SUOI AS HAVE VERY RARaY BEER ATTROACHED 
BY OTHER DEALERS AHYWHERE IH THE COUNTRY 

For Your Homes 

It would startle the crafty dealers of 
the East to see a big stock of Oriental 
Carpets and the price of every piece 
marked in plain figures %s And you 
needn't cross the ocean to find other 
dealers who would be astonished to 
see such a thing. That isn't the way 
Oriental Weave is usually handled. 
But it's just the way that has lifted 
our Oriental Carpet business from the 
most modest to one of the greatest in 
the West *v We handle Orientals as 
we handle any other merchandise, 
because we know how to buy %»« «m 



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lUS TO SECURE ORIENTALS WHICH ARE MADE TO BEAR THE CLOSEST 
A GOOD rLACE TO COHE. GLAD TO AaOMMODATE YOU AT ANY TIME 



Wyoming Oriental Importing Company 

Corna West Jaduon Street and Scbermaborn Avenae, Cheyenne, Wyoming 



Jenson Bold Condensed 

144 Point 3 A $9 80 4a $6 88 11665 

MEN Form 

120 Point 3 A $8 70 4a $580 $1450 

UNDERBIDS 

Large Plaii 

96 Point 3 A $5 40 4 a $3 65 $i»« 

HOMES FOUP 

BeaotiMLiglit 

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:<A$4ao 4a nm rrao 

MODERN TEACHER 

Discouraged Himter 



4At*a savas itao 



DELIGHTFUL ROWING 

kcurcd Precious Jcwd 



5 A $3 16 8*t3 10 tS2S 



EXPOSED BANK GRAFTERS 

test Manufacturer Sailed 



SACSS lOatlK tEW 



telMBURSED KINDEST WOMAN 

M ortunate Foreigner Detained 
^reduced Numerous Candidates 



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6A $2 05 12a$235 UH' 



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36 Point 

PROMINENT CHIROPODIST BANKRUPT 

Advocating Reciprocity Internationally 
Disinterested Manufacturers Perplexed 



so Point 



?A $1 9S 14ai52ln S406 



SGENTinC MEDICAL EXAMINER REPORTED 

Eminent Physicians Questioned Yoting Students 
Graduation Ceremonies Proclaimed Magnificent 



24 Point 



10 A $170 17a $180 850 



RECHVED EUROPEAN THEATRICAL INSTRUCTIONS 
Foremost Printer Relates Most Wonderful Experience 
Jenson Bold Condensed Type Produces Effective Results 



IS Point 



13 A $1 50 26 a $1 75 $3 25 



10 Point 



20A $105 46a $145 $250 



TWENTIETH CENTURY INVENTION 

Barkentine Wrecked in Arctic Ocean 
Designer Strives to Please Journalist 



14 Point 



18 A $140 36a $160 $3 00 



CONCERNS MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS 
Studious Pupils Graduate With High Honors 
Record Crowd Witnessed Exciting Ball Game 



12 Point 



20 A $110 46a $165 $2 75 



MINSTREL COMEDIAN DRIGHTS LARGE AUDIENCE 
Amerian Merchant Favors Proposed Railway Lines 
Many Ferocious Creatures Inhabit Southern Forest 
Innocent Farmers $12345^7890 Display Big Sums 



PRECIOUS GEMS STOLEN FROM PRINCE 
Lady Rewards Young Duke Who Left City 
Doctors and Nurses Fail to Restore Health 
Vagabond Spends Weary Night in Ireland 
Historic Building Destroyed by Brush Fire 



8 Point 28 A $100 68a $125 $221 

GRAND OPERA SINGER RETURNS AFTER LONGTOUS 
Amusing Performers Banqueted After Successful Event i 
Desperate Prisoner Remained Silent After Eloquent Plc^ 
Kind Calif ornian Befriends Former Banker and Attorae; 
Northwestern Plainsmen Noted for Many Bravest Deei 



6 Point 30A$0 90 60a $1 10 $20 

FAMOUS CIRCUS MANAGER DECEIVED HUMOROUS COHEDIAII 
Inspectors Determined to Condemn Modern Structures of Amcric 
Contains Many Attractive and Interesting Features Never Show 
Many Young Amateurs Producing the Highest Grade of Prinlinl 
Aeronaut Hakes Successful Flight Near Hudson County Boolcvaij 
Ten Thousand People Witness Daring Feats Performed by Honiej 
Seventy Hiffion Dollars JI23456789D Spent for Pleasure Parfti 



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Hamilton 

MILITARY SCHOOL 



A Boarding and Day School for 
Boys. Preparation for College 
Manual and Military Training 




MONROE, EAST OREGON 

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CRIXDON CAMERA 

THE MOST SATISFAQORY AND CONVENIENT CAMERA FOR YOUR VACATION 



Just the sort of camera for the beginner, because it is 
the easiest of all cameras to load and operate. And it 
is also an excellent camera for the most experienced 
because it will make pictures of as good quality as the 
larger cameras. Has automatic shutter and universal 
lens. It is the most compact camera in existence today 



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MacFarland Series 

84 Point 3 A $8 70 4 a $815 $18 85 

H I RE Boy 

72 Point 3 A $6 95 4 a $4 05 $11 00 

Signal USED 



3A$6 10 4a $360 $9 70{ 




BIRDS Flyin 

64 Point 3 A $6 OB 5a $3 70 $8 71 

Always RICH 

48 Point 3 A $3 90 6a $3 80 $7; 

DESIGN SHOP 
Stadium Repaire 

42 Point 4 A $3 50 6 a $2 75 $f| 

PRINTED FIGUR 
Creation Handsomei 

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PICTURE RETURNED 
Entertaining Boatbuilders 



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CONSTRUCT BUILDINGS 
Monitor Destroying Lighthouse 



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PURCHASE STRIPED REPTILE 

Foremost Superintendent Remembered 



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DISTRICT RECORDS 
Delegates Return Monday 



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Automobile RunsOverChildren 



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PRODUCTION SECURED 

experienced Hardship in Storm 



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MODERN SERIES CHARMING 
Searched Ancient Fighting Grounds 
Historians Contemplated Removing 



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Handsome Newspaper Advertisements 
Reconstnicts Progressive Department 



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Approach Stormy Weither Near Greenland 
One Huge Iceberg Sighted by Quartermaster 



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Jirgest Steamship Entered Monday 



DESPERATE BURGLAR CAPTURED YESTERDAY 
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EUROPEAN PRINCES RESIGNED 
greatest Coronation Attracted Hundreds 
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TVELVE SOLDIERS PURSUE I^MALE SHOPLIFTER 
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FOR the floor and walls of a bath room the use 
of tiles should be considered by everyone who 
is building a home or who is planning to make 
alterations in his present home. The same set 
of conditions that demand exposed plumbing demand 
tile. Boxed-up plumbing was abandoned because it 
was a damp, dark breeding place for germs. The white 
surface of porcelain tubs and lavatories affords no 
place for germs to breed. The same is true of tile. The 
whiteness reveals dirt. If you could see the woocten 
floors of a bath room under a microscope you would 
be shocked. Wooden floors cannot be kept sanitary. 
The only impervious material that will really meet all 
conditions is tile. All substitutes are subject more or 
less to the conditions of wood. But the really impor- 
tant thing to know is that all of these substitutes cost 
more in the end than tile. Tile is the cheapest treat- 
ment for the floor and walls of the bathroom because 
once properly laid it lasts forever. It needs no replacing 

We solicit correspondence with home owners, architects and 
contractors on the subject of using tile in building the home 



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KERAMIC & COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Classic Tiles and Potteries 
MACFARLAND, WISCONSIN, U. S. A. 





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Tnamerei 

Sons of The Weirs 

Fihb Nocturne 

Ofl In the Stilly Night 

Minuet 

Heart Bowed Down 

Toreador's Song 

Bonnie Doon 

Cbarming Evelyn 

You'll Remember Me . 

Tbe Days That Are No More 

INTERMISSION 



Schumann 

Coogan 

Leybach 

Moore 

Paderewski 

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Burns 

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The Resignation . Chatterton 

Tbe Rose and the Gauntlet Sterling 
Ballad of the Tempest . Fields 

Tbe Shepherd Boy . London 

Dream of the Mermaid . Lancaster 

Tbe Vision of Hope Meade 

Tbe Traveling Boy Minstrel Ron 

CouHii of Cumberland Daniel 

Defiance of the Soul . Stoddard 

Tbe l>lcasant Days of Old . Smyihe 

SMT Spangled Banner Key 




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PROCEEDS TO BE GIVEN FOR THE 
BENEFIT OF CRAN ORPHAN HOME 



The 

Merham 
Band 

PRESENTING ITS 

GREAT EUROPEAN SUCCESS 

ENTITLED 

The Dream 
of Music 




MR. HERMAN STEINART 
LEADER 



The Hamidon Auditorium 

KEADON AND MITCHEL STREETS, DETROIT 

Thursday Evening, May 22 

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PICTURES REGILDEh 
Unexpected Joyous Returi 



30 Point 



5A $2 20 9a$2 05 ^S 

GOING HOME DISGUISEB 

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Soldier Contemplates Leaving 



24 Point 



6A$1 85 10a $165 



BROOKLYN CITIZENS FOUGH 

Poster Compositor Pleases Everyon 



20 Point 



7 A $1 50 16 a $1 75 $3 25 12 Point 



16 A $135 31a$140 



FOUND BOY CRYING 
Convict Shot Eight Men 



NINETEEN STRONG BOS 



Loses $ 1234567 890 Gamhh 



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10 A $1 55 21 a $1 70 $3 25 



BURNING THE MONITOR 
Charge Secretary with Theft 



WORLD RENOWNED PRINTES 
Father Congratulates Oldest did 
Everybody Grieves Over a Faure 



10 A $1 40 21 a $1 60 $3 00 



YOUNG STUDENT GOING 
From Hoboken to California 



9 Point 20 A $120 40 a $1 

FIREMEN SURVEYS URNING D( 
Captain Surprised with Diamond .■ 
Desperate Burglars Escaped Detec 



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Postponed Cricket Until Following ^ 
Small Children Give Clever Entertain 



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13 A $1 45 27 a $1 55 $3 00 



CLERK RETURNS PRESENTS 
United States Discharging Station 
Give Two Children Entertainment 



ePoint 25A$100 48a»10(200 

YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOYING THEMSELVES ;£l->- 
Confirming the Reports of the Late English Amha^imi^ 
Demands of Customers Satisfied With l»acFarlan. ' " 
Pocketbook Containing $1234567890 Lost Eln 



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NE W ERAS 

Mean Improved Methods 



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Every New Era in the world's history has 
been marked by a complete change in both 
the theories and methods of industry. This 
patent fact is well worth the consideration 
of all progressive printers. The ambition to 
advance, the desire to investigate, has made 
the world what it is today. Get on the wire 



THE MESSAGE 

At present we are in the midst of a 
new Business Era in which we have 
not, as yet, comprehended the impor- 
tant scope of our business literature. 
Printing is really a silent salesman 
and the use of the mails for business 
and advertising is as far removed 
from the old methods as the modern 
telephone is from the couriers of the 
ancients. Advertising to be attractive 
must have style and newness. These 
features are obtained through the use 
of an attractive type face and original 
elements of decoration. As a leader in 
stylish type faces the American Type 
Founders Company is classed ahne 



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84 Point 3 A $6 40 4 a $4 10 m\ 

MISER DINE 

Stands Burned 

72 Point 3 A $5 35 4 a $3 40 ds 

REDUCE TRAI^ 

Engines Clashe 

60 Point 3 A $4 85 5a $3 65 50 

FRIENDS JOINED 
Prominent Barbe 

48Point 4A$335 6aJ29(l 

HONEST DETECTIVE) 
Deserving Prominenc 

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pXPECTED CHILD RETURNING 
4dvances Disreputable Character 
Compositor Teacliing Apprentice 



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ARTISTIC PRINTER RECOVERS STICK 
Banking Concerns Interested Foreigners 
jjymnastic Professor Causes Excitement 



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rWENTY INSPECTORS CONTRIBUTED MONEY 
Escaped From Infuriated Students Miraculously 
Received Presents Graciously Without Thinking 



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PRISONERS RETURNING HOME 
Hiechanics Holding Conventions 
^pie Watching Clever Acrobat 



ROMINENT PHILOSOPHERS CONVENE 
'erforming Monkeys Created Excitement 
Keruhelming Crowd Gathered Recently 



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SOUTHERN STUDENT RETURNING HO/ViE 
Popular Young Physicians Received Fonunc 
Rich Relative Located After Seventeen Tears 
Explosions Caused Considerable Excitement 
Famous Doctors Meet in Western Convention 



DPotot HAnUManUMM 

PRINCESS REQUIRES NINETEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS 
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dventaUKut Writer Disappears Rather QuicKlv 
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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 

THIRD EDITION 

Harbin & Son 

DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF 

Monuments and 
Statuary 



IN VERMONT AND ITALIAN MARBLE 

BROWN STONE AND GRANITE. FOR INTERIOR 

AND EXTERIOR PURPOSES 




Richardson Street, Madison 

DISTRICT TELEPHONE 8542 MARKET 




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SPECIMENS 

AS GOOD AS THESE ANY PRINTER CAN DO 




!HE trade magazines pertaining to the 
printing business, togetlier witli tlie 
fine specimen sheets that are issued 
so frequently by the American Type 
Founders Company, have become the 
principal mediums for demonstrating 
the possibilities of type, ink and paper from an artistic 
standpoint. These three forces depend each upon the 
other, but the effectiveness of this great combination 
rests mainly on the manufacture of the type; the quality 
of its metal and the beauty of its face being absolutely 
necessary to the completion of good work. The finest 
collection of type faces ever designed and cast are those 
originated and produced by artists and mechanics of 
the highest class in our employ. The successful printer 
of today is the one who is ever on the lookout for new 
methods for attracting the attention of the prospective 
customer, and once having him, by prompt and efficient 
%rvice holding him. Discard the old types and methods 
and substitute our modern type faces and ornaments 

VI «Uf U EtnilSm UNt Of Df COUIIVE lUrtlUl ANDUMT ACOMrUTE UNE Of 

Brass Rule and Brass Galleys 



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HIRE Students 



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Specimen DESIGM 



86 Point 



5 A $2 65 8aS235 $50 



LIGHT HORSE BRIGADES 
Inhabitants Uncomfortable 



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6 A $2 20 10a $205 $4 



PURSUED BOLDEST HUP^TER 
Distinguishes Gentleman Printer 



24 Point 



7 A $180 11 a $170 83 



PLEASING AMERICAN TYPE SERIES 
Fireman Congratulated on Promotior 



18 Point 



10 A $1 60 18 a $1 65 $3 25 10 Point 



18 A $1 20 35 a $1 30 S2 



BAINK CLERK IINDICTED southern general retire 

1^ Financier Entertains Aged Ouesi 

Twentieth IVlarathon Race wine Dealers Heard Conversatic 



14 Point 



15 A $145 26 a $1 55 $3 00 



SEVEN HUNDRED AERONAUTS 
Handcuffing Desperate Burglars 
Job Printer Teaches Compositor 



12 Point 



18 A $140 30a $1 35 $2 75 



BEAUTIFUL HOMESTEADS BURNING 
Congratulated Printer After Marriage 
Bachelors $1234567890 Saved Money 

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8 Point 22 A $1 10 40 a $115 12 

CHICAGO WATCHMAN FOtND DIAMO^ 
Remarkable Kleptomaniacs Captured He 
New York Manufacturer Dines at Brookl 
Mischievous Boy Destroys Many Cottag 
Congressman Holding Elegant Receptio 



6 Point 22 A $0 95 44 a $1 % i' 

NORTHERN FARMERS COMING WEONESD 
Piano Instructor Causes Merriment at Wedd 
Most Startling Discovery Reported this Even > 
Sensational Report Coming from Massacliusc|' 
Embezzler Olven $1234567890 from Confederj; 



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Gifts for the 
Bride 




FURNITURE FOR YOUR HOME 
ALL OUR GOODS ARE PRICED 




Craftsman Furniture is the leader now. it is 

made in sucii variety of pieces that a home 

can be furnished complete if desired. Single 

pieces may be bought, if preferred, with the 

assurance that other pieces 

to match can always be had. 

Craftsman furniture is built 

on simple, natural lines and 

will not change. Lasting as it 

does a lifetime, it comes to 

have sentimental value that 

can't be measured in terms 

of any one counting house 



RugsofValue 

Wc wish to especially 
Invite all prospective 
and all newly married 
people to see what an 
Immense stock In fine 
rugs we carry. These 
rugs were purchased 
by our buyer, who Just 
arrived from the east, 
and are special picks 



DURING THE TWO WEEKS BEFORE CHRISTMAS 
STORE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL ELEVEN 



Studley Furniture Store 

Henderson Street, on Garfield Square, Mobile, Ala. 












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72Point 3A$436 4a$315 f!i 

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60 Point 3 A $3 85 4a$27S i66l 

Condensed DESIGNS 



48Point 5 A $3 15 8aJ310 16^ 

STRONGER Kings Crownet 

86 Point 6 A $2 05 I0a$2 20 $4 

Displaying Beautiful CHARACTERISE 

30 Point 9 A $2 10 12atl90 $4 

DISTINGIISHED AMERICAN Quality Preserve 

24 Point 12 A $190 16a $160 $3 

RECEIVING MAGNIFICENT JEWELED BIRTHDAY PRESEN 
Contains Many Original Ideas Regarding General Printin 

18 Point 15 A $140 30 a $186 $3 25 10 Point 28 A $1 05 58a $1 45 Si' 

OlESTION RECEIVED BRIGHT ANSWER SrStrrS'^sTS: 

Exquisite Advertising EaCe Purchased Advertisers Demanding condensed studley Alwji 



14 Point 20 A $130 42 a $170 $3 00 8 Point 32 A $0 95 68 a $130 S|: 

BEAITIFIL CONEV ISUND PLEASURE RESORTS X""""rp.™r*" 

Baseball Player Made Sensational Onehand Stop Encouragement Oalore Tendered Brave Heroes Returning to 



12 Point 



28A$125 52a$160 $2 75 6 Point 40 A $0 90 80a$110 jO 



GREAT HISTORICAL EDIFICE DESTROYED DURING TORNADO business «m»o«THis HEmPHEREBfcoM.o vmmmm 

Modem Woriimen are Avoiding Eccentricity in Designs Unless PersoMlly iwi]" 

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Samples 

A Great Source of New Ideas in 
Type Display for the Ambitious 
Job Compositors of the Country 

A NEW SPECIMEN EXCHANGE 
FOUNDED BV PAUUH ING4M 

HERE are some ideas in sample study 
from an artist printer in touch for 
some time witli many of the foremost 
compositors of the country. His sample 
t)ooks are bulging with specimens from 
every State of the Union. The number 
of interested compositors has gradually 
increased until the present membership 
now fully warrants the exchange of new 
ideas and stimulation of craft interest on 
a more extensive scale. Write today for 
full information and cost of membership 
in this exclusive typographical venture 
and most novel method of craft education 



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THE PAULAH INOAM LMIIAMjL 

MUBfR <2S Sl»l*lfRS SIRfn. PORT fllMON. OHIO 




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Sixty Posters 



60 Point 4 A $3 80 6aJ3») 




48 Point 5A$2 76 10a $8 60 tJ5 




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Beautiful Prima Donna Entertains Largest Audienis 

30 Point 9A$1S5 leatZlsloO 

R[IMByRS[D TROPICAL eiTI[S DESTROYED EASTER MJ 
Binders Plan Great Social Eunction During tlie Annual Picjc 

24 Point 10 A $1 56 21 a SI 95 $3 50 14 Point 24 A $1 35 46 a $1 6'>|3 « 

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36 Point 



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NICEST Country 



30 Point 



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18 Point 



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14 Point 



IDA $160 16a $150 $3 00 



HUNTING FLOWERS 
Boston Wire Stitcher 
Useful Display Faces 



12 Point 12 A $140 20 a $135 $2 75 

HISTORICAL RESIDENCE 
Plowed Beautiful IMeadow 
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Lecture Delights Crltk 
Marvelous Descrlptior 



8 Point 15A$105 28a$120 $2 

DISCOVERING ORNAMENT 
Uses Exclusive Point Syste 
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BERLIN PENSIONED POLICEME 
Mayor Reviewed Monster Parade 
Crowded Madison Square Monda 
German Band Heads First DIvlslo 
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36 Point 4A?2 60 7a$240 $5| 

Modest Display FOUNE 

SOPoint 5A$220 9a20o $4 26 12 Point 15A$130 30aJH5 S2 

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Metliod Wanted 



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MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT PLANN 
Artistic Invitations Issued to Exclusive S 
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Newport Society Largely Represented H 



EUROPEAN MEMBERS 
Returning Home Shortly 



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IMERICAN TYPE EXCELS 
all others in durability and 
originality of design, also in 
readability, so essential to 
all advertisements. In some 
magazines occasionally we 
find engraved lettering. The 
general effect might perhaps 
be pleasing, but when you commence to read 
you find it difficult. The artist seems intent on 
making his letters ornate or queer. If he made 
them plain and readable his customers would 
see that he was giving them something they 
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Lining Schoeffcr Oldstylc No. 2 

72 Point Special Characters $0 36 per font 3 A $4 85 4 a $3 30 $8 15 

IMPROVEIVIENT 

Greatest Admiral 
Sailors Explained 

60 Point Special Characters $0 30 per font 3A$400 4a$260 $660 

NUMBERS FOUND 
Remarkable Animals 
Private Department 

•iS Point Special Characters $0 20 per font 4A$3 25 7a»3 10$635 

HISTORICAL SCHOLAR 
Bright Matron Rewarded 
Frequent Visitors Depart 



Lining Schoeffcr Oldstylc No. 2 

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FORMED MANY EXPEDITIONS 
Thousands Welcomed Statesman 



Special ChuMlan 10 15 per font i;At205 llaCOO $4 06 

SOUTHERN EXCURSION WRECKED 
Ninety Miraculous Escapes From Death 
Careful Investigation Promptly Ordered 

Special Characten to 15 per font 8Atl75 14 a $175 $3 60 

MECHANICAL INSTRUCTIONS NECESSARY 

Particular and Ambitious People Deserve Notice 
Superior Mechanics Sometimes Receive Rebukes 

■ rr&irt Special Characters $0 15 per font 13A$160 25a$165 $325 

UEUTENANT QUESTIONED INCOMPETENT GUARDSMEN 
Indicted Soldiers Created Sensation During Army Investigation 
Administration Severely Criticized Unusual Stringent Methods 

M^i«M ISA $140 33 a $160 $3 00 10 Point 23 A $120 49a $130 $2 60 

SEARCHED NOTORIOUS CRIMINALS ferocious dog attacked elephant 

_ Reservation Indians Rescue Several Ranchmen 

rOrCI^ncr Returned Mysterious Diamond Chie/ Dragemout Discovers Ancient Relations 

Undoubtedly Answered Serious Question tt^^T^ Became infatuated with preface 

•' ^ Soldiers Encountered Desperate Outlaw Bands 

Strenuous Youn^g Athlete Entered Contest interesting Ceremonies witnessed by stranger 

MMM 18A$12S40a$lM $2 76 8 Point 23 A $1 05 49a $1 20 $226 

EXTEMPORANEOUS PREACHERS SECURED California railroad enterprise started 
Responsible Instructors Resume Their Positions !"*"" stockholder, Addr„.ed Enthu,i..tic Meeting 

• I n n Property Owners Continually Becoming Disutisfied 

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MODERN KINGDOMS 

Resourceful Prisoner 
Impartial Judgments 

eoPoint 4A$416 6a$386 18 01 

RETURNING PHYSICIAN 

Destroys Consignments 
Parliamentary Etiquette 



48 Point 5'A $3 15 S a $3 10 $6 

WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENT! 

Handsome Stationery Printini^ 
Railroad Increasing Dividend! 



Adver Condensed 

CONTENTED MILLIONAIRE DECAMPED 
Automobile Exhibition Crowded Nightly 
Singing Comedians Entertain Managers 



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ENTHUSIASTIC PROSPECTORS COMMUNICATE 
Charitable Manufacturer Announced Intentions 
Four Unprejudiced Philanthropists Exonerated 



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MAGNIFICENT SKYSCRAPERS OBSTRUCT THE RANGE 
Discriminating Superintendents Rearranged Factories 
Jwentieth Century Structure Withstood Bombardment 



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Extraordinarily Conservative Financiers Considering Postponement 



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FLOQUENT SPEAKER CHARMS LISTENERS forty more disgruntled suburbanites 

Skilled Designer Enthuses Attentive Pupil D»tinSui$hable Features considered Perfect 

Reconstructed Amphitheatre Surrounded ^ "^Cr^rSS^S 

\ acationists Enjoying Popular Excursions Renowned scientist invents wonderful cures 

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GOLDEN ROD 

Excdan^e Cattle 
Broadway Firms 

eOPoint 3A$490 4a$30O JTW 

MAKING BRICKS 

Established Method 
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INSPIRE SOME HOMES 

Gymnastic Benefit Clubs 
Befter Reports Promised 



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VIODERN RECORDS UNIQUE 

Hudents Describe Home Courses 



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HE RIDGEMOUNT PLEASURE CLUB 

iiroker Reg(uired Genuine Endorsement 
Graduating Biographical History Clubs 



SAM 75 14>n7t I8C0 



UDICULE BONDING DELINQUENT MEMBER 

)emands Ninth Seftion Erased From Constitution 
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:ent Demands Insure Certain 
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BOSTON WIRE STITCHERS SUPERIOR 

Hundreds Used Daily by Leadin(2 Printers 
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Tile General AdtertUer Appreciate! Popular Deiij^na 
Sailed to the Requirements of Commercial Prinlera 
An Ideal Ditplay Letter That Commands Attention 
Cut on American Point Line in Tweke Reitular Sisei 



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and sizes to meet the requirements of everyone, the 
touring motorist* the family that picnics in the park or 
woods* the folks who go fishing and boating, and all 
who enjoy life in the open. Booklet giving a detailed 
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when buylnti '' in Weljjhl Fonts at Body Type prices, you pay no more than 
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72 Point 3 A $8 55 4 a $5 25 $13 80 

RED Braid 

eOPoint 3A$760 4a$475 $1236 

HighTIDES 

48Point 3A$470 4a$300 $7 70 

DESIGN Ships 



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4 A $2 10 8a $2 15 $4 25 12 Point 15 A $135 26a $140 $275 

AMERICANS PROMOTED 
Highest Position Accepted 
Numerous Parties Joining 
State $1234567890 Loan 



24Point 5A$165 10a$185 $3 50 10 Point 16 A $1 20 30a$130$250 

MYSTERIOUS PRODUCTION 

Stolen Document Reproduced 
Arguing Extraordinary Cases 
Prominent Lawyers Advising 



BARNS RUINED 

Grand Excursion 



ISPoint 9A $160 15a $165 $3 25 8 Point 20 A $1 10 36 a $115 $2 25 

REMARKABLE PLANTS DISCOVERED 
Ancient Professor Astonishes Audience 
Delivered Anniversary Oration Fluently 
Men Becoming Unusually Obstreperous 



SEVERAL MASTERS 
Lost During Eebruary 



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EMINENT POLITICAL SPEAKERS REJOICING 
Regular Nightly Meetings Creating Enthusiasm 
Promising Young College Graduates Nonilnateil 
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DEIVIANDING REDUCTION 

Private Individuals Rebuild 




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will, commencing willi the 
opening day of the Baseball 
season, inaugurate a Base- 
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department will collate the first 
records of the games as they are 
received from different centers 
and present them in a novel and 
complete form. The actual results 
of the day by this method will be 
seen at a glance. Our experienced 
writers will furnish in detail the 
fine points of each game and in- 
teresting comments on the great 
national sport will be printed daily 

We allow herewith a specimen of the 

•core we will run at the top 

ol our sporting page 



Ponce 

Roscoe SIDSSSSSSQ— SI 

We have installed a special wire direct 
from the baseball grounds to provide our 
patrons with the entire score by innings 
which we will post on our bulletin board 

THE HERALD 

SPORTAGE, NEW YORK 




BEST 

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■** ol Ibe malls lor adverti^lnoi Ibe increasing tendency ol the higher prolesslons to advertise! 
tb« literature necessary lo promote and sell our many new Inventions! the new demands being 
made lor printing! all are grist lor the printer's mill and he should be prepared to handle them 

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Grateful KINGS 



48 Point 



BA$350 5a$275 $625 



HANDSOME Prinfer 



36 Point 



4 A $2 15 7 a $2 10 $4 25 



Publication PROBED CRIME 



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18A$130 3oa$146 $276 



TRAIN WRECKED 

Passengers Growl 



24 Point 



8 A $1 86 12 a $1 66 $3 60 



FARM PRODUCTIONS 

Experienced Employer 



18 Point 



12 A $1 66 19 a $1 60 $3 26 



HANDSOME YOUTH DROVE 

Horses Admired by Members 

W Po'"' 16 A $1 50 26 a $1 60 $3 00 

DETECTIVE CAPTURES BURGLAR 

Angry Women Put Rascals fo Elight 

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EXCURSIONISTS CONING HONE 
New and Stylish Fashions in Type 
Angry Parents Seek Lost Children 
Returns $1234567890 Expected 



10 Point 20 A $115 40a $136 $2 5C 

RECOVERED MANY LOST ARTICLES 
Handsome Young Couples Joy-Ridinaj 
Millionaire Compositor's Long Voyage 
Some Choice Oriental Designs in Rug: 



8 Point 26 A $1 10 46 a SI 16 $2 2 

SLPERIOR MATERIAL ALWAYS SATISFACTOR 

Continually Picking Live Jobs Causes Many Error 
Prosperous Tourists Traveling in Foreign Countrie 
Engaged Couple Elope and Make Numerous Eriend 

6 Point 26 A $0 95 52a $106 $21 

PRINTING MACHINES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION rORSJl 
Handsome Youno Cornet Player Discouragina Many Snitoi 
Imporlant Transporlalion Facilities Are Promiseil Sbippe( 
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OCEAN TRIPS 

TO MAINE, IN 22 HOIRS FROM NEW YORK CITY 



The glorious air, the magnificent views and the comfortable 
accommodations are some of the luxuries one can enjoy while 
spending a vacation on the coast of Maine. Before going on 
your vacation this Summer it will be to your best advantage 
to write us for detailed information regarding complete cost 
of a trip to Bar Harbor, together with new illustrated booklet 

V ni VI mil HAVD-COIORtD PICTURE. ENIITLED "THE BATHING GIRL." WILL BE 
MM (IN KM I IP I 01 \l\ C.fNTS IN STAMPS. TO COVER THE COST OE MAILING 

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them in many sties and prices 




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HERMAN 

WALL PAPER 



Interior Decorator 
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NEW BRLSHTOWN 

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Digs MINE 

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BRINGS MEN 
Chase Hounds 



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FIGHT JUDGES 
Conilid History 



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HIRING BOHEMIAN 
Destroyed Kingdom 



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BIG SHARK CAUGHT 
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DESIGNS FINEST HOMES 
Stout Printers Scared Chief 

SAS22S 8aS20O $4 25 12 Point 15A$130 2*ia«145 $2 76 

41 IWXIWr^ RI rr^W society folks return 

nun 1 ll^U DUI^IV Acrobat, Invites Young Kings 

Guides Explaining lT:lr!Sl!^of^^ 

AAflW lOatlTS $356 10 Point 16A$ia5 S0a$125 $2 60 

^NfPMTQ DITITf TCIT type casters performed 

VlllV^n 1 O iVC^r V/\3J> suspects Northeastern Detectives 

Fraitt Ttt*%«*va#1 Tr*»«*^lr Local Golfer Defeats Clever Boy 
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BASE BALL 

SCOKE CAKD 




TUESDAY'S GAME 

Inter-State 
League 

CUSTER CITY vs. 
OLEAN TANKERS 



PUBLISHED BY 

THE MORNING HERALD 



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CHRISTMAS ORDERS FILLED ON VERY SHORT NOTICE 
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MISTLETOE and HOLLY 



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thaty we are making a specialty 

of unique floral designs for 

weddings, funerals and 

all social functions 

Telephone orders will receive 
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FLORISTS 

125 MAIN STREET, EASTON 



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Naked Truth 

48 Point 3 A $4 65 4 a ?2 85 S7 5 

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Reprimand Caused Trouble 



6 A $190 9a $160 $3 80 



VMERICAN MACHINES PLEASE 

Neglected Animal Becomes Unruly 
Delinquent Cashier Paid Managers 



9 A $160 16a $166 $3 25 



SUPERIOR PRINTERS 

Keproducin^ Drawings 
Interesting Photograph 



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Jnusual Excitement Planned 
)i^nified Author Sojourning 



10 Point 16 A $125 30 a $1 25 $2 50 

ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIVES 
Received Pleasant Stepmother 
Obtaining Satisfactory Results 
IVIakin^ Important Discoveries 
Numerous Politicians Exposed 



SPoint 20 A $110 36a $115 tZV 

BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE 
American Productions Greatly Admired 
Compositor Displays Clever Ori|finallty 
Principal Rewarded Ambitious Students 
Serious Trouble Anticipated Eventually 



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lANDSOME SOCIETY LEADERS 

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KIrphanta Pla>rd Hobokpn Musical lnstruni<>nla 
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VOLUME II 



JANUARY 



NUMBER ONE 



THE SOUTHERN 

Red Cross 



BULLETIN 



ISSUED FROM HEADQUARTERS OF THE SOUTHERN RED CROSS 
ASSOCIATION. REINLANDER BUILDING. MACOME. MD. 



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STUDYING THE TYPHOID GERM Prof. F. L. Winter 


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X-RAY IN PRACTICAL USE - Dr. W. E. Ayres 


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^*S) Linen f>i>ods Exclusively, Consequently We C'an Give You the Best Values 



Sheetings • Embroideries 

Fine Table Cloths 

Napkins 



THE MLIR-HENK MANUFACTURING CO. 

THREt: HlM>Ki:i> AM> EIGHTY IILNTER STKEET. WEAVERV ILLE, MASS. 




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Near Ireland 

72Point 3A$640 4a$395 $10 36 

BLIND TIGER 

Major Hunting 



3A $5 66 4a$3 46 $9 00 



PRINTS CHECK 

Friend Explains 

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GUEST fflDES COIN 

Returned Five Quads 



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Boys Explained Secret Orders 
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Foreigners United Tuesday Morning 
Gigantic Ocean Liners Nearin^ India 



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Washington Ranchman Furnished Specimen 
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IMPROVES YOUR PRINTING J*!?I.?'f r^r" "".^^T'"' 

^ nelaled Incidents of Journalistic Careers 

Legible Faces Holding the Eye Ouee^ •'acts concerning Foremost Editor 

T A' aI- f^ A T* Ci 1 Was Practical Printer Before Goin^ West 

1 Wentieth Lentury 1 y pe styles Humorist Explains Art of PleasiniS Public 



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COMBINE CHARACTER AND STYLE 

Pitks PVom Standing Advertisements 
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SALESMAN VISITED mOPRIETOR LAST THl'RSDAY 
Merchant Promolin^ Several Youn^ Philadelphia Boys 
Larde DeparlmenI Store Manager RfHardind Employee 
Window Decorators Pleased Many Particniar Shoppers 
Rapid Growth ol Store Snrprised Yoandest Stocliholder 



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HI NTFR TRAIIii) HUGE MOUNTAIN GOATS 

Mules Becoming Hostile Near End of Journey 
Kind Animals Demonstrated Great Endurance 
Captured Twelve $123t5678fM) Griz/ly Bears 

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Announcement 




OF THE OPENING OF THE 



Nashville Bank 



OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



Capital and Surplus $25,840,000 







South Madison and Randall Streets 

Reading, California 




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HOTEL BIRMINGTON 

"ONE MINUTE FROM EVERYWHERE" 

A three million dollar structure located at the very apex of 
Broadway's busiest life,emhodyin^ in every feature the one 
Birmin^ton idea of doin^ everything in a perfect manner. 
It is, first of all, a home hotel, where gentlemen of moderate 
means may brin^ their families, and where the women folk 
are not subjected to the curious scrutiny of lobby-loungers 

EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLAN 

BROADWAY AND FORTIETH STREET, PORTSMOUTH 



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THE CUISINE OF THIS HOTEL IS BEYOND ALL DOtBT THE BEST 
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A MAGAZINE FOR THE AUTOIST 



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of outdoor life as well as the en- 
thusiastic autoniobilist will befound in 
the pades of this issue. Many valuable 
hints on cross-country touring in the 
different parts of America are offered 
by the country's best known writers on 
this subject. I nder the title "Speed" is 
grouped practical information for the 
driver of a touring machine, liivin^ a 
little advice on many subjects of i^reat 
importance, based on comfort, safety, 
power, economy, buoyancy, speed and 
other matter of similar character. An 
interesting section on outdoor life has 
also been inserted, having come from 
the pen of our friend, Harry Georiieous 



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HOPE Given 

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Heroic Boy Escapes Accident 
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FURNISHED DOUGH 
Brigadiers Disgraced 

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GREATER ENTERPRISE 
Professional Disqualified 

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MPaini SprcimlChumrtenlOiOiMirfont 6A«190 lOatZSt $4 2S 

RECLAIMED STRIKING DESIGNS 
Introduce Many Original Features 
Experienced Physicians Reminded 

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TUTORS DEMAND ROMPING EXERCISE 
State Boards Discarding Obsolete Method 
Redecorated Heavy Hospital Automobiles 

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ENTERPRISING FOREIGNER REQUIRED TEACHER 

Mounted Soldiers Receive Extensive Encouragement 
Greatest Parade Ground Attracts Visiting Scotchmen 



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HONEST CLUB MEMBER DISCHARGED FAITHFUL SERVANT 
Foreign Discoveries Unearth the Rarest of Biblical Manuscripts 
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SAILOR RETURNED ABOARD CRUISER lafayette section charms visitor 

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Beautiful Creation Used by Advertisers fj^^ Lovely ciru Bathed m NewarK Bay 

Abusive Baseball Fan Hurled Cushion Yacht Racing Enthused Retired Admiral 

First Baseman $1234567890 Suspended Largest Fish caught Near Johnson Dock 

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Strongest Railroad Fireman Shoveling Coal f'"!/ "'"''"■ ""•«'"«»"»• i>"'-''"'Fieid Meet 

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YOUNGSTER UNDECIDED 
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IMPROVED COUNTING DEVICE 
Incorporate Investments Advancing 

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Only Manufacturing Jeweler and Goldsmith in Venango County 



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I desire to call your attention to the fact that 1 buy old 
Gold. Look in those safe places in which you may have 
placed some trinkets that have been almost forgotten. 
Bring them to me and I will make an offer for them as 
old Gold, paying cash or exchanging for new. Jewelry 
though broken or out of style is nevertheless valuable. 


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best quality in material, elegance in style, and perfection in 
the fit. You get the experience of twenty five years in the 
clothing business. Our work-shops are large, pleasant and 
comfortable. We are not in the sweat-shop zone. You will 
find an IXL sign at the door of every progressive clothier. 
If you will investigate our claims to superiority you will not 
wear any other. IXL is the Prince of ready-made clothing. 



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SKipbuilder Repaired Lifeboats 



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POSTPONES GRAND POLICE REVIEW 
Notable Mayors Discuss Bad WeatKer 
Councilmen Smiled at Demonstrations 



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CAPTURES NIGHT RIDER 
Visitor Climbing' Mountain 
Detectives Trailed Forgers 



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RAPID COMPOSITOR MOVING 
Prints Handsome Folder Monday 
Beautiful Ornaments Being Made 
Heaviest $1234567890 Ordering' 



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BACHELOR WRITES LOVE POEM 
Relates Early Experience -witK Girl 
Picture Young Sweethearts Parting 
Greatest Demand for First Editions 



8 Point 12 A $0 85 29 a $140 $2 25 

RAILROADS BEING REVIEWED 
Wonderful Society Event Closing' 
Ne-w Hig'K Str\actures Demolished 
Displaying' Handsomest Qualities 
Ingenious Device Made Saturday 



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MODERN ROUNDHOUSE BURNING 
Superintendents Holding' Convention 
Telephone Connections Made Friday 
Monster Engine Saved by Brave Men ] 
Read Paper Concerning Type MaKing' j 
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MaKing Boston Wire Stitcl-iers Eictensively 
BMying Complete Series in Large Quantity 
Eacpress Train BroKfe Record During' Trial 
MaKing' Sensational Run Erom V^^est Point 
Compositor Riding in First Car Forty Miles 



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THOUGHT 



A promoter of the 
r\ew thought idea 
and all advar\ced 
theories of life, a 
periodical for the 
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thinKers and men 
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List of the 

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TOUR ROMAN EMPIRE 
Delights Two Statesmen 
Prospector Brings Silver 



30 Point 



5 A $190 10a $2 40 $4 31 



RETIRES OLDEST ADMIRAL 
Considers American Ensig'ns 
Serg'eant Prepared Machinist 



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MONTPELIER DAMSELS EXCITED 
Beautiful Maiden Disarmed Burglar 
Wise Police Captain Saw Dynamite 



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16A $1 15 32a $135 $2 6 



GERMAN FINANCIERS S^oSSn'^rSiS 

Investigating New Theft Bankrupt PoUceman Explainec 

t:k • c X tt a Chorus Girls Fainted in Theatre 

bXamine Omart LXpertS Apprehend Automobile Owne 



13A$140 24a $160 $3 00 



BEAUTIFUL OPERA HOUSES 
Designed Eig'ht Centuries Ag'o 
Architectural Beauty Pleasing' 



12 Point 



16A$120 32a $1 55 $2 75 



FRENCH CRUISERS LEAVE TODAY 
Spent Eight Months in California Port 
Delighted Sailors Promising to Return 
Left Nearly $1234567890 in Mexico 



8 Point 17 A $105 36a $120 $22 

GOVERNOR PARDONED PRISONER: 
State Executive Signed Papers Sunda; 
Two Youthful Offenders Free Saturda: 
Figured in Sensational Western Holduj 
Old Lawyer Aroused Public Sympath; 



6 Point 18 A $0 90 38 a $1 10 $2 ( 

DENTIST REMOVED TOOTH FROM MULl 
Pesky Creature Worries ShaKy Molar Expei 
Six Farmhands Witnessed Novel Operatioi 
Animal KicKs Barn Door Into Kindling Wooi 
Town Constable Ran Toward Moving Train 
Railroad Fireman Consoled Nervous Office 
Doctor Saw $1234567890 Strange Person 



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A GUIDE TO THE MORE DESIRABLE PLACES 

FOR CAMPING AND TROUT FISHING IN THE 

PICTURESQUE ROCKY MOUNTAINS 




By GEORGE HAYNES 



ISSUED BY THE GENERAL PASSENGER DEPARTMENT OF THE 

COLORADO & NEW MEXICO RAILROAD 



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HID Shirt 

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DINE Burglar 



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Emperors HONEST 

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PRINTERS Overheated 



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SUNBURN CURES ^.'V'^X^^^" fortune 

Make Charming Ornament 
Ma.Ke Useful Article Require Handsome Border 



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COMPOSITOR WORKED ^^T"*/"? st^^^^'^fc ""T^^l 

1 •»»•• t Wonderful Steamboat Constructed 

Secured BlanCxiard Series Beautiful Bold Display Throughout 



12 Point 14 A $1 40 22 a $1 35 $2 75 6 Point 18 A $1 00 34 a $1 00 $2 00 

FOUND MODERN SPECIMEN torpedo exploded near tenant 

ShocH Broke Large Plate Glass Windows 

Diving Exhibitions Witnessed Repon AwaRens PoHceman in Ban ParK 

■n . ffi t 'O'^ yt S^CTOnn tl j- Perpetrator Apprehended by Bold Sleuth 

tVeqUeSt <pi^>j4307oyU iSOnding Magistrate Gives $1234567890 AIso Life 

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Estates 

ALONG THE HEALTHFUL AND PICTURESQUE SHORES 
OF THE WEST HEMINGSTONE- RIVER AT BEAUTIFUL 

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^ -w^-^-k A •». T UN" most desirable and 
MUIIv C3 DEAN |||and situated in a very 

adjoining the finest 

ecreation center that 

and affords the home 

improvements found 

and one of necessary 

urchasers free from 

nsequently splendid 

[enjoyment instead of 

|r special features not 

to be had in any other section of this 

country. The terms are indeed in the 



WALL DECORATORS 



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^^ TRADtll FOR DISCRIMINATING MEN 



We have given a lot of attention to our latest 
stock of garments for men folks, and we feel 
sure that our clothing cannot be approached 
MARK anywhere else for quality of the fabric, style 

and distinctiveness in tailoring. The number 
of handsome styles to choose from makes it 
easy for you to secure a satisfactory garment 



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72 Point 



3 A $8 95 4 a $6 30 $14 26 



MEN Raid 



60 Point 



3A$8 15 4a$485 $13 00 



Rash GIRL 



48 Point 



3A$480 4a $2 95 $7 76 



HIRED Ladies 



36 Point 



4 A $3 05 5a $195 $8 00 



Educated CHICKEN 



30 Point 



4 A $2 20 7 a $2 05 $4 25 



MAD ACTOR 
Grants Relief 



5A$1 70 10a $1 80 $3 60 



LARGE FRAME 
Mends Garments 



8 A $165 14a $160 $3 25 



RETURNED HOME 
Procures Advertisers 



14 Point 



10 A $140 21a $160 $3 00 



HARMONY INCREASED 

Operating Natural Spring 

{^Neater Designs Advocated 



12 Point 14 A $1 40 25 a $1 35 $2 75 

MIDNIGHT INTRUDER 
Caught "Behind Cornstalk 
Prominent Doctor Named 
Large $1234567890 Sum 



10 Point 



14 A $1 15 30a $135 $2 60 



MANY STRANGE LADIES 
Attended Grand Social "Party 
Daring Performer Prostrated 
Policeman Overcome by Heat 



8 Point 17A$110 36a $115 $2 25 

CITY "BOARDERS FOUND RELIEF 
Delightful Lakes Refreshed Hundreds 
Crowded Summer Resorts Triumphing 
Excited Guest Admonished Proprietor 



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ACTORS RECEIVED GREAT APPLAUSE 
Benevolent Societies Entertain Poor Children 
Several Delinquent Cashiers Returning South 
Pleasing Refined Musicale Recently Produced 
"Bright Country School Teacher Becomes Bride 
Large Amount of S1234567S90 Money Inherited 



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Order 

Your Printed Matter and 

A dVertising Typography 

from Kinner 

T^ "TEW methods in selling goods 
f\J ftaVe revolutionized all of the 
•* ▼ business World during the last 
ten !>ears. A prominent advertising 
expert struck tblelVe When he called 
Printing the "Silent Salesman." As 
a salesman Mr. Printing is a great 
success. He neVer misrepresents you 
and he neVer butts in blhen he isn't 
Wanted. He can alWai/s Wait until 
Mr. Prospect is ready. Unlike some 
salesmen he doesn't try to tell all he 
knoWs the first trip. He can call on 
another day for two cents. Now is 
the time to send your mail salesman 
out talking for Fall business. Let me 
dress him up for you. I haVe deVoted 
many years to the study of his needs 
and know just What constitutes the 
strongest appeal in his Whole attire 




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We desire to announce the addition of several hundred neXi) 

Records to our Talking Machine Department 

We toill be pleased to haVe you 

come in and hear them 

THE MORCASTOWN MUSIC COMPANY 



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72 Point 



3A$620 4a$4 15 «035 



DRINK Plenty 



3 A $5 50 4 a $H 80 $9 30 



Losing HEIFER 



48 Point 



4A$385 6a $3 65 $7 60 



MODERN Designers 



36 Point 



5 A $2 55 8 a $2 45 $5 00 



Honorable Games DISBAND 



5A$185 lla$240 $4! 



CONDENSED Blanchard Showings 



24 Point 



7 A $170 13a $180 $3 60 10 Point 



20 A $1 16 38 a $1 35 $2 50 



niQTllVrT PPIISITITPQ STYLISH CONDENSED BLANCHARD 

J^IO 1 111 \j 1 mill 1 LfRO Thousand Soldiers Marching South 

n«a«^««*<«l^*.^ C«%^^I«««^.« Sailors Celebrate Splendid Victory 

UriginaUng OpeCimen American Type Founders Company 



in A $1 45 21 a $1 80 P 25 



PRODUCTION CONSIDERED 
Desirable Series Purchased 



8 Point 25 A $1 on 50 a $1 25 $2 25 

LONGEST BUILDING BEING PAINTED RAPIDLY 
Warmer Spring Weather Caused Untold Suffering 
Eighty Orators Read Declaration of Independence 
Farmers Crowd Every Available Spot Wednesday 



14 Point 



16 A $1 45 28 a $1 55 $3 00 



RUSHED SWIFT FREIGHT ENGINE 
Marine Bugler Discharged Tuesday 



7 Point 26 A $1 00 53 a $1 25 $2 

RUSHING SUBURBAN FREIGHT TRAIN JUMPS TRACI 
Engine Traveling at Highest Speed When Rails Spread 
Conductor Shouted Warning to Several Scared Women 
Wrecking Crew Lifts Scalded Fireman into Ambulance 



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18 A $1 30 33 a $1 45 $2 75 



6 Point 



26 A ifO 9n 55 a $1 10 $2 00 



SUBMIT HANDSOME ADVERTISEMENTS 
Compositor Receiving Beautiful Souvenir 
Visits Rockaway $1234567890 and Batlies 



ONE TREMENDOUS UNDERTAKING PROVED SUCCESSFUL 
Magnificent Country Home Burned Near Washington Heights 
Society Leader Entertains Coaching Party Before Breakfast 
Fine Ornaments and Borders Always Help Commercial Work 
Many Reliable Workmen $1234567890 Make Honest Fortunes 



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PRINTING OF HIGHEST QUALITY 

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The Quality of printed matter depends largely on the style and 
originality displayed in the composition. Mechanical finish and 
good workmanship are only obtainable through the use of proper 
equipment. If you desire genuine quality use American Line type 

AMERICAN LINE THE BEST LINE 



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Will Soon be With Us 



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The blue birds will soon be here 
and we are all well aware that the 
balmy days of Springtime mean a 
consequent change of stocks by all 
merchants and store-keepers. No 
matter what line, there will be a 
new article added or an old one 
dropped. You will then need some 
seasonable advertising. Our agent 
will call on you next week with a 
full line of Special Announcements 

KANE PRINTING CO. 

>OITH MILWARD STREET. KANE. PENNSYLVANIA 



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Hearst Series 



72 Point 



3 A $8 55 4a $5 95 $14 50 



NICE Ride 



60 Point 



3A$765 4a$535 $13 00 



Kind GIRLS 



48 Point 



8 A $4 80 4a $3 35 $3 15 



HOME Leased 



36 Point 



3A$275 5a$225 $5 00 



Interesting LECTURE 



) Point 



4 A $2 00 8a $2 25 $4 25 



MECHANICS Considered 



24 Point 



6 A $175 9a $175 $3 50 



Distinguished PHILOSOPHERS 



18 Point 



8 A $1 66 14 a $1 70 $3 26 



ENEMIES FIGHTING 
TMany Distant Points 



14 Point 



12A$160 19a $150 $3 00 



PROMINENT PREACHER 

Discussing Historic Events 



12Point 15A$135 24a$140 $2 75 

GIGANTIC SCHEMES EXPOSED 

Eminent People Organized Lodges 
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10 Point 16 A $1 15 30 a $1 35 $2 50 

DISPENSING RIGID JUSTICE 
Long Sentences Given Crooks 
Unfortunate Boy Condemned 

8 Point 18 A $1 05 34 a $1 20 $2 25 

LONG LOST BROTHER RETURNED 
Roamed CountryTwenty-One Hours 
Detectives Recovered Stolen Property 



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20 A $0 90 40a $1 10 $2 00 



HANDSOME YOUNG ANIMAL TRAINERS 
Desperate Encounter With Ferocious Panther 
Several Assistants Gently Squeezed by Bruin 
Considerable Excitement Naturally Prevailed 
Band Rendered $1234567890 Excellent Music 



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SECURE ONE OF THESE FINE DWELLINGS 



BY OUR ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN SOON OWN 
YOUR OWN HOME AND BECOME INDEPENDENT 
OF THE REGULAR VISITS OF RENT COLLECTORS 



HOUSES of six, seven and eight 
rooms in Garfield County, all 
ready for you to move into. 
Each of these houses has all modern 
improvements: bath, toilet, running 
•water, steam heater and gas. They 
are built on a plot of land 150x225 
feet all graded, curbed and flagged. 
The high elevation of this property 
and its beautiful surroundings give 
to it the necessary features for the 
ideal location of a home in the open 
country. Fine railway connections 
and several very good roads make 
commutation a pleasure. The close 
proximity of Lake Wavecrest gives 
access to one of the most delightful 
bathing, boating and fishing resorts 
that will be found in this section of 
the country today. Send for booklet 

JOHN KINGS £^ CO. 

SPRINGDALE CENTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 



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Hearst Italic 

72 Point 3 A $9 BO 4 a 56 50 $15 00 

HIRE Birds 

60 Point 3A»7 05 4a $4 20 $1126 

Stylish RINK 



3 A $4 65 4 a $2 85 $7 60 



PRIGE Ghimneys 



4 A $2 60 7 a $2 40 $5 00 



Photograph PROeURED 

30 Point 4 A $190 10 a $2 35 $4 26 

ENLIGHTEN Richest Student 



24 Point 5 A $1 60 12 a $1 90 $3 60 

Gfiarming Specimens REPRODUGED 

18 Point 8 A $150 18 a $175 $3 25 10 Point 16 A $1 25 32 a $125 $2 60 

HONEST SERGEANTS sold monster swordfish 

Cfontajns Strong Display teatures 
Magnificent Government Greatest Librarian Became Noted 



14 Point 12 A $1 46 24 a $1 55 $3 00 8 Point 20 A $1 15 38 a $1 10 $2 25 



DETERMINED POLWEMEN ^^^^" column heading secured 

__ T /' c • T-» /■ 1 Former Theatrical Stars Hold Big Banquets 

Hearst italic OerieS Purchased Artistic Methods originated by Compositors 



12 Point 15 A $130 30a $146 $2 75 6 Point 22 A $1 00 42a $100 $2 00 

TREMENDOUS ORDERS RECEIVED several huntsmen qapture young bison 

Found Animals Near Large Swamp in North America 

GompOSed Remarkable Advertisement New Masml Becoming Desperate when securely ned 

WW jj (P » O y// /?'^?TDr»/^ o Gentleman Fired Huge Rifle Several Times Yesterday 

nanaSOme it> l ^O^OOY oifU otrUCtUreS Trophy Presented S12S436-S90 zoological Gardens 

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RTISTS who received their 
training in this college are all 
holding responsible positions 
in the different designing and 
illustrating houses throughout the 
country. There is no other college 
in which the students' drawings 
are exactly the same as the prac- 
tical work done in fashion and 
engraving houses and in the art 
departments of newspapers and 
magazines, and no other school 
which can get its students practi' 
cally into the illustrating business 



for tuition rate§ and particutarg appty to 

The Burk Coilege ofoRrts & Crafts 

HtSHY H . HIRK. Art Director 

Studio BuJldinfl, 18 Market Street 
Denmark, Maine 









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Boston Breton 

72 Point 3A$7 25 4a$490 $12 IS 

HUMBLES 

Education 

60 Point 3 A $6 40 4 a $4 00 $10 40 

TRICKSTER 

Housewives 

48 Point 4 A $4 60 5a $2 95 $7 55 

STENOGRAPH 

Romantic Stoiy 

) $6 25 WM 

FINISHED TYPE 

Beautiful Flov^ers 
Society Magazine , 

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4 A $3 75 5a $2 50 



Boston Breton 



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PRISONER FIGHTS 

Lovelorn Bridesmaid 
Productions Improve 



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TRANSPORT SOLDIERY 

Sunshine Creates Beauty 
Modern Home Nuisances 



»4 Point 



6A$I60 lOaflSO tSIiO 



IMPECUNIOUS PUBLISHERS 
Company Receiving Demands 
Undergoes Excruciating Pains 



« A fim ISa J1«S $3 25 



10 Point 



HA Jl IS 30a $135 $2Sn 



AMERICAN TOURS 
Theatre Quarantined 
Springtime Musings 



lOAHtf SDatiK noo 



ARTIST THRE^V EDITOR 

Champion Acknowledged 
Retirement Now Probable 



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MECHANICS AMUSE PEOPLE 
Popular Cosmopolitans Parade 
Disastrous Steamer Excursion 
Strange $1234567890 Incident 

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VICTORIOUS REGIMENTS 
Popular Magazines Prosper 
Ceased Dreaming Troubles 
Mendicant Became Banker 
Eternal Friends Are Scarce 



8 Point 17 A $100 34 a $125 $225 

AEROPLANES BECOME POPULAR 

Series of Aerial Cuts Now in Stock 
Cast in Type Molds by this Foundry 
Modern Printers Find Them Useful 
Publishers and Sportsmen Pleased 



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ADVERTISING HANDSOME SOUVENIRS 
HlKhly Developed Artistic Ability in Menus 
Procrastination Is The Embezzler of Yean 
DisUnculshed Individuals Gather Secretly 
Excusable Phrases Occasionally Appearlnc 
Interestinc Demonstration In Metaphysics 
ReUabU Printers •I234547890 ConvenUon 



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REX THEATRE 

CORNER KING AND MONROE STREETS 

The ideal vaudeville theatre, designed 
and conducted for the entertainment of 
ladies and gentlemen. During the four 
years of its existence it has buried the 
ghost of decollete variety, enlisted and 
secured the support of real people, thus 
establishing a standard in operation and 
entertainment to which few theatres of 
any class ever attain. There is a reason. Success does 
not come by accident; we have earned success through 
careful management, al^A/^ays preserving an atmosphere 
of refinement, and then the best combination of stars 
and skilled entertainers that can be found in the w^orld 

SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET 










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A MAGAZINE FOR THE STAGE 

VERY member of the 
profession now^ hsis a 
publication on w^hich 
he can firmly rely. It 
w^ill be truly represent- 
ative and its columns 
will at all times be open 
to heraild the advent of 
a new enterprise or tell of the contin- 
ued glorious run of some real success. 
It w^ill glean from every quarter of the 



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OUT output, thus provldlne out patrons 

with the best stock 



HENTZ & MINER 

SHERIDAN, NEV/ JERSEY 



atest theatrical new^s. 
record the most up-to- 
s and keep managers 
productions of merit. 
1 be devoted to make 
s advertising medium 
ssurances have been 
flattering description 
tion list \vill not only 
ut more than ordinar- 
The paper will go into 
1 be read by people of 
vertisers, people with 
now how^ to spend it. 



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HFIELD ROAD, ENGLAND 



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