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vanquished more by his fluency than by the strength of his reasons, ^f As
we parted without settling the point, and were not to see one another again
for some time, I sat down to put my arguments in writing, which I copied
fair and sent to him. He answered and I replied. Three or four letters on
a side had passed, when my father happened to find my papers, and read
them. Without entering into the subject in dispute, he took occasion to talk
to me about my manner of writing; observed that though I had the ad-
vantage of my antagonist in correct spelling and pointing (which he attributed
to the printing-house), I fell far short in elegance of expression, method,
and in perspicuity, of which he convinced me by several instances. I saw
the justice of his remarks, and thence grew more attentive to my manner of
writing, and determined to endeavor to improve my style. 41 About this time
I met with an odd volume of the Spectator. I had never before seen any of
them. I bought it, read it over and over, and was much delighted with it. I
thought the writing excellent, and wished if possible to imitate it. With that
view I took some of the papers, and, making short hints of the sentiments in
each sentence, laid them by a few days, and then, without looking at the book,
tried to complete the papers again, by expressing each hinted sentiment at
length, and as fully as it had been expressed before, in any suitable words that
should occur to me. Then I compared my Spectator with the original, dis-
covered some of my faults, and corrected them. But I found I wanted a stock
of words, or a readiness in collecting and using them, which I thought I should
have acquired before that time if I had gone on making verses; since the
continual search for words of the same import, but of different length to suit
the measure or of different sound for the rhyme, would have laid me under
a constant necessity of searching for variety, and also have tended to fix that
variety in my mind, and make me master of it. Therefore I took some of the
tales in the Spectator and turned them into verse ; and after a time, when I had
pretty well forgotten the prose, turned them back again. 4 I also sometimes
jumbled my collection of hints into confusion, and after some weeks endeavored
to reduce them into the best order before I began to form the full sentences



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and complete the subject. This was to teach me method in
the arrangement of the thoughts. ^[By comparing my work
with the original, I discovered many faults, and corrected them;
but I sometimes had the pleasure to fancy that, in certain par-
ticulars of small consequence, I had been fortunate enough to
improve the method or the language, and this encouraged me
to think that I might in time come to be a tolerable English
writer, of which I was extremely ambitious. The time I alloted
for writing exercises, and for reading, was at night, or before
work began in the morning, or on Sundays, when I contrived
to be in the printing-house, avoiding as much as I could the
constant attendance at public worship, which my father used
to exact of me when I was under his care, and which I still
continued to consider a duty, though I could not afford time
to practice it. ^f When about sixteen years of age, I happened
to meet with a book, written by one Tyron, recommending a
vegetable diet. I determined to go into it. My brother, being
yet unmarried, did not keep house, but boarded himself and
his apprentices in another family. My refusal to eat flesh oc-
casioned an inconvenience, and I was frequently chid for my
singularity. I made myself acquainted with Tyron 's manner
of preparing some of his dishes, such as boiling potatoes or rice,
making hasty pudding and a few others, and then proposed to
my brother that, if he would give me weekly half the money
he paid for my board, I would board myself. He instantly
agreed to it, and I presently found that I could save half what
he paid me. ^[This was an additional fund for buying of
books; but I had another advantage in it. My brother and the
rest going from the printing-house to their meals, I remained
there alone, and despatching presently my light repast (which
was often no more than a slice of bread, a handful of raisins,
or a tart from the pastry-cook's, and a glass of water), had the
rest of the time, till their return, for study; in which I made
the greater progress from that greater clearness of head and
quicker apprehension which generally attend temperance in
eating and drinking, ^f Now it was that (being on some occa-



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sion made ashamed of my ignorance in figures,
which I had twice failed learning when at school),
I took Cocker's book on Arithmetic, and went
through the whole by myself with the greatest ease.
I also read Seller's and Shermy's books on Navi-
gation, which made me acquainted with the little
geometry they contain; but I never proceeded far
in that science. I read about this time Locke On
Human Understanding, and The Art of Thinking
by Messrs, de Port-Royal. ^fWhile I was intent
on improving my language, I met with an English
grammar (I think it was Greenwood's), having at
the end of it two little sketches on the Arts of
Rhetoric and Logic, the latter finishing with a dis-
pute in the Socratic method; and soon after I pro-
cured Xenophon's Memorial Things of Socrates,
wherein there are many examples of the same
method. I was charmed with it, adopted it, dropped
my abrupt contradictions and positive argument-
ation, and put on the humble inquirer. And being
then from reading Shaftesbury and Collins made a
doubter, as I already was in many points of our
religious doctrines, I found this method the safest
for myself and very embarrassing to those against
whom I used it; therefore I took delight in it,
practised it continually, and grew very artful
and expert in drawing people even of superior
knowledge into concessions, the consequences of
which they did not foresee, entangling them in diffi-
culties out of which they could not extricate them-



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selves, and so obtaining victories that
neither myself nor my cause always de-
served. ^[1 continued this method some
few years but gradually left it, retaining
only the habit of expressing myself in
terms of modest diffidence, never using,
when I advance any thing that may pos-
sibly be disputed, the words certainly, un-
doubtedly, or any others that give the air
of positiveness to an opinion; but rather
say, I conceive, or apprehend a thing to
be so and so; It appears to me, or I should
not think it, so or so, for such and such
reasons; or, I imagine it to be so; or It is
so if I am not mistaken. flThis habit, I
believe, has been of great advantage to me
when I have had the occasion to inculcate
my opinions and persuade men into meas-
ures that I have been from time to time
engaged in promoting. And as the chief
ends of conversation are to inform or to
be informed, to please or to persuade, I
wish well-meaning and sensible men would
not lessen their power of doing good by a
positive assuming manner, that seldom
fails to disgust, tends to create opposition,



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and to defeat most of the purposes for
which speech was given to us. In fact, if
you wish to instruct others, a positive
dogmatical manner in advancing your
sentiments may occasion opposition, and
prevent a candid attention. If you desire
instruction and improvement from others,
you should not at the same time express
yourself fixed in your present opinion.
Modest and sensible men do not love
disputation, will leave you undisturbed in
the possession of your errors. In adopting
such a manner, you can seldom expect to
please your hearers, or obtain the concur-
rence you desire. ^[My brother had, in
1720, begun to print a newspaper. It was
the second that appeared in America, and
was called the New England Courant.
The only one before it was the Boston
News-Letter. I remember his being dis-
suaded by some of his friends from the
undertaking, as not likely to be a success,
one newspaper in their judgment being
enough for America. At this time, 1771,
there are not less than five-and-twenty.



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He went on, however, with the under-
taking. I was employed to carry the
papers to the customers, after having
worked in composing the types and
printing off the sheets. ^[He had some
ingenious men among his friends, who
amused themselves by writing little
pieces for this paper, which gained it
credit, and made it more in demand, and
these gentlemen very often visited us.
Hearing their conversations, and their
accounts of the approbation their papers
were received with I was excited to try
my hand among them. But, being still
a boy, and suspecting that my brother
would object to printing anything of
mine in his paper, if he knew it to be
mine, I contrived to disguise my hand,
and, writing an anonymous paper, I put
it at night under the door of the printing
house, ^flt was found in the morning,
and communicated, to his writing friends



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OLD STYLE




COP. NO. 50



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



26 A 53 a 10 Point O. S. Cond. No. 50 S'/ii Ibs., $2.50

THE BEST PEARLS OF THE WOED

Are Taken from the Depths of the Indian Ocean

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24 A 48 a 12 Point O. S. Cond. No. 50 3% Ibs., $2.75

THE IMPORTATION OF SPARKLING

Diamonds and Precious Stones Very Profitable

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16 A 32 a



18 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



4% Ibs., $3.25



BRAZILIAN DIAMONDS SELDOM FAIL TO PLEASE CUSTOMERS

Beautiful Brilliants are Found Near the Amazon River in South America

Also in Bechuana Province 348 Many Expensive Sparkling Gems



10 A 21 a



24 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



5% Ibs., $3.50



UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE OFFICERS

Frequently Catch Wealthy Tourists Smuggling Valuables

High Tariff on Several 479 Foreign Made Articles



8 A 15 a



30 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



6% Ibs., $4.00



COLORADO CALIFORNIA HOMING

Three Principle Mining States of the Great ff est

Some Mines Pay 15 Dollars per ffeek



6A 13a



36 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



5% Ibs., $4.30






FORTU

Procuring Valuable 82 Gems ior Presents



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COP. NO. 50



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7 A 14 a



42 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



Ibs., $5.25



AUSTRALIA AND TASMANIA
Rich Copper Mines 72 Have Been Fonnd



6A 11 a



48 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



Ibs., $6.25



AFGHANISTAN IMITATIONS
Deceives 64 Practiced Eyes

J




3A 4a



60 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



7% Ibs., $4.60




Expensive Eastern 3 Products



72 Point Old Style Condensed No. 50



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1 1VJUVJ1



CIOUS



GG



8% Ibs., $5.10



H
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105



10 mm



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ELZEVIR




COND. No. 50



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



26 A 50 a 10 Point Elzevir Cond. No. 50 3 l At Ibs., $2.50

SUMMER TIME IN NEW YORK

Coney Island Rockaway and North Beach Resorts
Where the Ocean Waves Roll in and Out
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24 A 48 a 12 Point Elzevir Cond. No. 50 3% Ibs.. $2.75

THE CRIMSON AUTOMOBILE

Track and Road Racers and Light Runabouts'

Twenty-three Thousand Now Ready

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23 A 43 a



14 Point Elzevir Condensed No 50



4 5 /l6 Ibs., $3.00



SINCE THE BLOODY CONFLICT BETWEEN THE JAPANESE AND RUSSIANS

Russia Has Been Upon the Verge of a Revolution Which Has Been Checked by the Czars Soldiers

Officials and Cabinet Members Lives 458 Constantly Endangered by Mines of Dynamite



16A 31 a



18 Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



4% Ibs., $3.25

ABUNDANCE OF CLEAN RAIN WATER HELPS EVERYBODY

Water Received Freely from the Clouds Expressly for the Present Occasion
When Thunder Sounds and 382 Lightning Flashes From the Heavens



12 A 20 a



24 Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



5 1 A Ibs., $3.50



EXTENSIVE MINING DISTRICTS OF COLORADO

Fourteen Beautiful Oil Paintings of Mountain Scenery Exhibited
Annual Display of Orchids 85 and American Beauty Roses



8A 17a



30 Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



6% Ibs., $4.00



EIGHTEEN EXPENSIVE BUILDINGS

Handsome and Very Artistic Floral Decked Apartments
Finished in deny and 15 Quarter Sawed Oak



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ELZEVIR




COND. NO. 50



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



6 A 10 a



36 Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



6% Ibs., $4.25



HONESTY MAKES SOBRIETY

United States Great 84 War Department



Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



10% Ibs., $6.30



GRAND SOCIAL EVENT

Crank Bachelors 8 Not Accepted



60 Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



Ibs., $4.60



NORTHERN STEAMERS
United States 74 Leading Mine



72 Point Elzevir Condensed No. 50



8% Ibs., $4.95



SALEABLE GOODS
y Styles D4 and Prices




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OLD STYLE




NUMBER ONE



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



20 A 60 a 6 Point Old Style No. 1 l">At> Ibs., $2.00

THE STABILITY OF A GREAT COUNTRY

Lies Entirely in the Intelligence and Loyalty of its Subjects

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17 A 49 a 10 Point Old Style No. 1 S'/fi Ibs., $2.50

OLYMPIC GAMES AT CHICAGO
Almost Equal those 379 of Ancient Athens



18 A 52 a 8 Point Old Style No. 1 2% Ibs., $2.25

ATHLETICS STIMULATE A HEALTHY

And Ambitious Character in the Young Generation

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14 A 40 a 12 Point Old Style No. 1 3% Ibs., $2.75

STRENGTH CONTESTS
Trained Muscle 354 Gains Victory



18 Point Old Style No. 1



4% Ibs., $3.25



CONTINUAL PHYSICAL EXERCISE

Developes Iron Muscle 823 and Stimulates Dull Brains



SMALL CAPS, for 6 to 18 inclusive put up, in separate fonts and sold as follows: 6-Point, 22 A, 6 oz., soc. ; 8-Point, 18 A, 8 oz.,
soc. : lo-Point, 15 A, 10 oz., soc. ; iz-Point, n A, u oz., soc. ; i8-Point, 6 A, 12 oz., sgc.



COSMOS




SERIES.



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



24 A 48 a 12 Point Cosmos 3% Ibs., $2.75

THIRTY SECOND REGIMENTAL

Band and Scouts Were Stationed at Balanga

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18 A 35 a 18 Point Cosmos 4% Ibs., $3.25

THE SHOT AND SHELL ARE

Thickest in the Ammunition Wagons

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12 A 20 a



24 Point Cosmos



Ibs., $3.50



OLDFIELD HISTORICAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Arion Agricultural College 45 Equitable Trust 'Association



36 Point Cosmos



Ibs., $4.35



TOUGHNESS AND DURABILITY

Excellent Feature 86 Numerous Rewards



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COND. NO. 52



Catalogue Sixteen



The Lotus Carriage
and Automobile Co.



Broughams

o

Stanhopes
Sulkies



Designers

and

Manufacturers
of



Runabouts
Phaetons
Surries

Automobiles



General Office, 4385 North Fifthwheel Boulevard
BRIDWELL



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COND. NO. 52



Weights and Prices given are Approximate; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



26A 50a 10 Point O. S. Cond. No. 52 S'/filbs., $2.50

IMPROVE YOUR OPPORTUNITIES

Success Will Be the More Certainly Attained and

Your Life Will be More Worth the Living

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12 A 25 a



20 A 38 a 12 Point O. S. Cond. No. 52 3% Ibs., $2.75

PALACES AND CASTLES

Remain Standing in Foreign Lands

uarding De

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Forever Guarding Dead Heroes



18 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52 4% Ibs., $3.25

EASTERN PRINTER! ASSURANCE POLICIES

Economical and Labor-Saving Products will Always Insure

Remarkable Success to 4283 Their Policy Holders



24 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52



5 1 A Ibs., $3.50



THE SENSE OF HAVING DONE
Well is Ample Reward 5 for the Care Taken



6A lOa



30 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52



6% Ibs., $4.00



RELENTING SPORTSMEN

Seldom Receive 8 Earned Purse



5A 8a



36 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52



7 Ibs., $4.35



SOMETIMES ADVISERS

Accept Advice 7 From Others



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OLD STYLE




COND. NO. 52



Weights and Prices given are Approximate; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



4A 8a



48 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52



10% Ibs., $6.40



OPERA SINGER

Hungarian 35 Composer



3A 4a



60 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52



10 1 A Ibs., $6.30



RESTAURANTS
Sparrow 58 Potpies



72 Point Old Style Condensed No. 52



Ibs., $7.85



CONFIDENC
.onger 6 Column



POINT-LINE. POINT-SET, POINT-BODY



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



DESIGN




SERIES



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Uniform Line.



24 A 48. a 6 Point Design 1% Ibs., $2.00

BIG SKELETON IN CRIMSON INSTITUTE

Scares Freshmen and Sophomores When Out For a Lark

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23 A 43 a 10 Point Design 3!/f<> Ibs., $2.50

DELIVERY BY ELECTRICITY

Middle State Lightning 82 Express Company

8 A 15 a 24 Point Design 5% Ibs., $3.50

MONUMENTS



25 A 48 a 8 Point Design iVt, Ibs., $2.25

EXCURSIONS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES

And Often Through Purple Midnight Meteors Flashed

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18 A 33 a 12 Point Design 3% Ibs., $2.75

ECLIPSE FREDICTED
Shadows of the 56 Night Appear

12 A 22 a 18 Point Design 4% Ibs., $3.25

PURPLE FLOWERS



Entomb 2 Monarchs Dark Grotto 23 Lone Cave



30 Point Design



6% Ibs., $4.30



GORGEOUS SOUVENIRS
Eastern Dramatic 7 Stock Company



36 Point Design



8'/i6 Ibs., $5.00



SPORTSMEN RETURN
Graphic Story 9 Rose Garden



54 Point Design



15 Ibs., $9.00



PROSPECTIVE

Graduate 8 Designers



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DESIGN




SERIES



SPRING TOURS

FOR MEN OF LEISURE,
TIRED MINISTERS, ETC.

Pleasant Journeys to New Zealand, The Philippine Islands,
Somoa Islands, Fiji Islands, Java, Japan, China, India, The
Mediterranean, Egypt, Spain, Prance, England, Cuba, Etc.

via the

National Blueline
Steamers




MOBILE



NEW YORK



er which fast and
xurious passenger
phia, Washington,
reach the Eastern
metropolis of the
r may visit on his
hrough which the
s once in Chicago,
ey is fairly begun
erest may flag for
ty itself is quit as
ger is apt to find
h has grown from
of men now living
n libraries and art
e energy that has
nd railway center
les of the journey
arming regions of
sas, passing many
City is the largest
lieastern Colorado
tirough the unusal
the route famous,
not the traveler's
to that celebrated
s, the road forces
on Pass into New
Mexico. Prom this time canons and cliffs, mountain
streams and tunnels, gorges and pinnacles, are the
alternating forms of nature. The sky is blue the air is
clear and however the details of the landscape change,



BLUELINE EXCURSION SOCIETY



BOSTON



LONDON



LIVERPOOL



INENT



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12 A 24 a 8 Point Wide Old Style 2% Ibs., $2.25



8 A 17 a 12 Point Wide Old Style 3% Ibs., $2.75

ROUND

(3(3



10 A 19 a 10 Point Wide Old Style 3^6 Ibs., $2.50



5 A 9 a 18 Point Wide Old Style 4% Ibs., $3.25



86



24 Point Wide Old Style



5Vt Ibs., $3.55



BIG



37



30 Point Wide Old Style



7 5 /i Ibs. ,$4.50



RICHMOND



HEi



3




3A 3a



36 Point Wide Old Style



Ibs., $5.75




MICHIGAN

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3A 3a



48 Point Wide Old Style



14% Ibs., $8.90




Old




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LINING FIFTEENTH CENTURY SERIES



Weights and Prices given are Approximate ; see page 2. Cast on Text Line.



8 Point Lining Fifteenth Century
24 A 47 a 2K Ibs., $2.25

REMARKABLE CARPET BARGAINS

Send us Your Orders for Anything in Tapestries and

They Will be Promptly Filled on Standard Time

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10 Point Lining Fifteenth Century
24 A 47a 3'/f6 Ibs., $2.50

UNITED STATES GUNBOATS

Equipped with Rapid Fire Guns and Smokeless

Powder do Great Execution on Enemys Ships

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21 A 41 a 12 Point Lining Fifteenth Century 3% Ibs., $2.75

CALIFORNIA AND FLORIDA SEEDLESS ORANGES ARE FINE

California and Florida are Great Winter Resorts for People who Live in the Northeastern States

Some People Have an Idea That it is Always 86 Hot but at Nights Blankets are Needed

11 A 22 a 18 Point Lining Fifteenth Century 4% Ibs., $3.25

THE EASTERN LEATHER COMPANY

Ten Thousand Horses Sold in 23 New York Last Month

8 A 15 a 24 Point Lining Fifteenth Century 5% Ibs., $3.50

THE MOON IS FULL TONIGHT

Brightest Thoughts of 85 Boyhood Happy Days

5 A 9 a 36 Point Lining Fifteenth Century 7 l /s Ibs., $4.40

SATURDAY TIMES

Thousand Politicians 3 in Offices



4A9a 48 Point Lining Fifteenth Century 10% Ibs., $6.55

PERSIAN GOODS

Oriental Rug 6 Company

LINING FIGURES ARE FURNISHED WITH THE ABOVE SERIES. THE IRREGULAR OLD STYLE FIGURES

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LINING FIFTEENTH




CENTURY SERIES




INDOWS WITH
XV CENTURY
STAINED GLASS

so very popular a few
centuries ago, are again in
~] vogue. We are pleased
T to note the people of the
.world are Beginning to
Jrealize that to-day there



is nothing to surpass stained glass for
beautiful windows, not only for the
church, but for the home, railroad coaches
and various other places. We cordially
invite the public to visit our showrooms
in the Royal Exchange Building on the
third and fourth floors where we have
on exhibition all the various patterns
made in the last five centuries. We have
contracts with leading artists along this
line, and assure you perfect satisfaction.



ABBOTT 6 STAHLING

217 to 231 Thirty-Second Street
PLATINGTON, GLASSVILLE



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Weights and Prices given are Approximate; see page 2. Cast on Text Line.



8 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic
22 A 44 a 2M Ibs., $2.25,

GREATEST RUSH ON EARTH

Women Rush to the Department Stores to Save on

The New Frocks that they wish to Purchase

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10 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic
21 A 42 a 3'At Ibs., $2.50

ALL ANXIOUS TO UNLOAD

They Have Danced in the Big Pit and Now

Must Pay Bear Fiddlers Handy Bill

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18 A 35 a 12 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic 3% Ibs., $2.75

WEALTH DOES NOT ALWAYS CREATE HAPPINESS

Many Men Deprive Themselves of Health and Happiness Struggling for Fortunes

Knowledge Places more Men Before 673 the World than Immense Wealth

11 A 21 a 18 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic 4% Ibs., $3.25

THOUSANDS GO EVERY DAY
Pushing the Hudson River 54 Underground Tunnels

7 A 14 a 24 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic 5% Ibs., $3.55

CANDIDA TES FOB SENA TOR

Seekers for Public Office 57 will Soon Appear

5 A 9 a 36 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic 8'/r6 Ibs., $5.00

DENVER VIEWS

Beautiful Mountain 8 Sceneries



48 Point Lining Fifteenth Century Italic 12% Ibs., $7.75



SPRING FEVER

The Same 6 Old Story

LINING FIGURES ARC FURNISHED WITH ABOVE SCRIES. THE IRREGULAR OLD STYLE FIGURES
WILL BE SUBSTITUTED IF SPECIALLY ORDERCD.

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LINING FIFTEENTH




CENTURY ITALIC



Ancient Stories

from

History of France



Interestingly Written for Modern
Readers by

Alphonsc Aubrey



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