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BOOK  OF  Type 


SPECIMENS 


COMPRISING   A   LARGE   VARIETY   OF 

SUPERIOR 

COPPER  MIXED 

TYPES 

RULES,  BORDERS,  GALLEYS.  PRINTING 
PRESSES,  ELECTRIC  WELDED  CHASES 
PAPER  AND  CARD  CUTTERS.  WOOD 
GOODS.  BOOKBINDING  MACHINERY 
ETC.,  TOGETHER  WITH  VALUABLE 
INFORMATION  TO  THE  CRAFT. 


SPECIMEN  BOOK  NO.  9** 


TTTT 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 

TYPE  FOUNDERS 

CHICAGO,  ILLINOIS,  U.  S.  A. 


TO  THE  TRADE 


'  O  better  evidence  is  needed  of  our  po- 
sition in  the  van  of  the  great  forward 


and  upward  movement  in  the  printing 
industry  than  that  disclosed  by  the  con- 
tents of  this  book.  A  comparison  with 
our  earlier  specimens  will  show  the  marked  advance 
we  have  made  in  the  art  of  letter  designing,  and  an 
examination  of  our  product  will  prove  our  progress 
in  letter  founding. 

All  of  this  has  been  pK)ssible  through  the  patron- 
age of  our  printer  friends  to  whom  we  cordially 
acknowledge  our  indebtedness.  Without  this  hearty 
support  we  could  not  have  attained  the  perfection 
we  have  reached;  without  it  we  would  have  lacked  the 
incentive  that  has  enabled  us  to  lead  our  competitors. 

In  this  specimen  book  we  present  for  the  first 
time,  in  a  fixed  and  permanent  manner,  our  latest 
and  best  productions.  We  are  certain  that  it  will 
be  thoroughly  and  appreciatively  examined,  and  in- 
telligently criticised;  that  something  of  the  pride  we 
have  in  it  will  be  imparted  to  those  interested.  But 
only  ourselves  can  know  the  amount  of  thoughtful 
care  and  sustained  effort  expended  in  its  production. 

Herein  we  show  more  faces  cast  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body,  than  can  be  found  in  any 
specimen  book  ever  issued.  Only  Superior  Copper- 
Mixed  Metal,  the  most  durable  known,  is  used. 

As  we  lead  in  Type,  so  do  we  lead  in  the  produc- 
tion of  Chases,  Brass  Galleys,  Electrotypes,  Leads, 
Slugs  and  the  full  line  of  Printing  Supplies. 

The  Book  is  a  Complete  Compendium;  the  only 
book  of  its  kind  needed  in  a  printing  office;  a  well- 
rounded,  instructive,  valuable  book.  We  recom- 
mend it  to  the  careful  study  of  every  printer. 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 


Chicago.  111.,  U.  S.  A. 


THIS  SPECIMEN  BOOK   SUPERSEDES  ALL 
TYPE  BOOKS  ISSUED  BY  US  IN  THE  PAST. 


Medal  awarded  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler,  at  the  World's  Columbian  £x]}Osition,  at  Chicago  in  1893. 


DO  NOT  MUTILATE  THIS  SPECIMEN  BOOK 
BY  CUTTING  OUT  LINES  OF  TYPE  OR  CUTS. 
QUOTE  ONLY  NAME  AND  NUMBER  AND 
YOU   WILL   RECEIVE  WHAT   YOU   ORDER. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT  BODY 

A  PERFECT  LINING  SYSTEM 


To  our  lot  as  twentieth  century  type  founders  has  fallen  the  task  of  devising  and 
putting,  into  practice  a  lining  system  which  embodies  the  ali-in-all  of  type  founding  per- 
fection. 

The  average  printer  probably  does  not  realize  how  many  different  conditions  must 
be  constantly  taken  into  account,  and  that  only' by  everlasting  vigilance  can  a  lining  sys- 
tem as  perfect  as  ours  be  successfully  maintained. 

Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  were  the  first  to  use  the  iteration,  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body,  in  connection  with  a  lining  system.  What  more  appropriate  words  could 
have  been  employed?  Soon  after  the  adoption  of  the  Point-Body  system,  we  inaugur- 
ated a  self-justifying  system  of  cast  type  faces,  which  was  introduced  to  the  public  as 
Point-Set;  naturally  when  we  established  our  lining  system  we  added  to  the  iteration, 
Point-Body  and  Point-Set,  the  word  Point-Line.  Let  us  consider  carefully  the  integral 
features  of  a  perfect  lining  system: 

POINT-LINE 

Faces  are  cast  upon  the  following  three  well-known  lines: 

Uniform-Line: — The  line  upon  which  is  cast  all  roman  and  old  style  body  and  book  face$,  leaders, 
and  the  majority  of  job  faces,  is  so  devised  that  the  proper  relative  proportion  between  ascending  and  de- 
scending letters  may  be  cast  with  a  minimum  of  kerns.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  line  with  one  another, 
body  for  body,  and  all  inter-body  faces  may  be  lined  together  by  the  use  of  point  lead  and  slug  justification. 
Uniform-Line  was  so  devised  that  in  the  majority  of  inter-body  linings,  the  two-point  lead  or  multiple  of  same 
could  be  employed.  Uniform-Line  permits  the  casting,  entirely  u{>on  the  body,  of  the  same  proportionate 
length  of  descender  in  the  larger  bodies  as  in  the  smaller  bodies. 

Cap-LinE: — The  line  upion  which  is  cast  all  title,  two-line,  and  other  faces  when  no  lower  case  accom- 
panies. Upon  examination  of  the  line  chart  on  opposite  page,  it  will  be  seen  that  the  faces  in  the  several 
groups  of  bodies,  viz:  36-point  and  smaller,  42  to  66-f>oint  inclusive,  and  72  to  108-point  inclusive,  all  line 
with  each  other  at  the  bottom  without  justification,  and  any  face  in  any  one  group  may  be  lined  with  any  face 
in  any  other  group  with  the  use  of  a  two-point  lead  or  multiple  thereof. 

Text-LinE: — A  line  placed  higher  upon  the  body,  permitting  a  variation  in  the  profjortion  of  the 
ascending  and  descending  letters.  All  Scripts  and  Texts  and  such  faces  which  are  now  in  vogue  with  the 
long  descending  letters,  are  cast  upon  the  Text-Line.  The  Text-Line  in  each  body  is  two  points,  or  a  mul- 
tiple of  two  f>oint8,  above  the  Uniform-Line,  thus  simplifying  inter-linings  between  the  Text  and  Uniform- 
Line  cast  faces. 

POINT-SET 

Point-Set  cast  type,  in  connection  with  our  system  of  Point-Set  cast  spaces,  quads 
and  accurately  cut  leads,  slugs,  brass  and  copper  thin  spaces,  all  unite  to  form  a  simple 
system  of  justification. 

POINT-BODY 

Under  this  head  are  to  be  classified  the  following  component  features: 

First: — The  metal  which  should  combine  the  following  essential  qualities:  Lightness,  Toughness, 
Hardness  and  Durability.     Superior  Copper-Mixed  combines  the  above  features  perfectly. 

Second: — Accuracy  as  to  body  and  height  are  items  of  very  great  importance.  Since  the  introduction 
of  the  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System,  we  have  redoubled  our  eflForts  to  secure  the  highest 
degree  of  accuracy  by  the  inauguration  of  the  most  rigid  system  of  inspection  ever  attempted  by  any  type  founder. 

Third:  —  Depth  of  counter  —  a  detail  in  the  cutting  of  type  faces,  so  little  taken  into  account  by  many 
type  founders.  Our  faces  are  cut  the  deepest,  thus  insuring  the  depth  of  counter  so  essential  to  the  life  of 
type.  Without  deep  cut  counters,  good  stereotyping  and  electrotyping  can  not  be  expected.  Deep  counters 
do  away  with  the  filling  up  of  type  on  long  press  runs. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


Grand  Prix  and  Medal  awarded  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  at  the  Paris  Exposition  held  in  1900. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


GENERAL  INFORMATION 


HOW  TO  ORDER  GOODS. 

By  observing  the  following  rules  in  making  up  orders 
customers  will  avoid  annoyance  and  delay. 

Credit.— If  you  have  had  no  previous  dealings  with  us 
supply  us  with  available  references,  and  then  allow  us 
sufficient  time  to  obtain  from  them  information  as  to 
your  financial  standing.  If.  being  unknown  to  us,  you 
desire  immediate  shipment  of  goods,  accompany  your 
order  with  a  remittance  covering  the  same,  or  enough 
money  to  cover  express  charges  both  ways,  when  we  will 
send  C.  O.  D. 

Terms. — Instead  of  asking  our  best  terras  on  time,  if 
you  will  indicate  amount  of  cash  ydu  can  pay  down 
and  the  shortest  time  in  which  you  can  pay  the  balance, 
business  will  be  facilitated,  and  a  conclusion  arrived  at 
in  much  less  time  than  if  you  write  to  learn  the  best  we 
can  do.  You  best  know  your  circumstances  and  re- 
sources. 

Be  Explicit.— In  ordering  goods  explicitness  is  es- 
sential. Order  every  article  by  its  name  and  number 
as  given  in  the  specimen  book,  and  we  will  have  no  diffi- 
culty in  understanding  just  what  you  want.  '-Send  me 
one  font  of  8-Point  Modern  Gothic."  is  better  than  say- 
ing "Send  me  a  font  of  8  point  Gothic  shown  on  page 
278  of  your  Specimen  Book."  In  the  first  instance  we 
know  at  a  glance  just  what  you  want;  in  the  last  we 
must  refer  to  the  catalogue  before  booking  the  order. 
Above  all  things  never  mutilate  a  specimen  book,  as  it 
necessitates  looking  up  and  locating  every  item.  Refer 
to  some  previous  invoice,  and  obtain  your  "cue"  from  it. 
A  specimen  book  is  expensive,  and  a  mutilated  one  is 
practically  worthless.  Take  one  line  of  your  paper  for 
each  item  ordered. 

Opening  Invoices.— Don't  allow  your  purchases  to  lie 
around  the  office  days  before  checking  up  your  bill.  In 
justice  to  the  type  founder,  goods  should  be  checked 
when  opened,  and  if  any  omissions  occur,  prompt 
notice  should  be  given. 

Proofs  of  Job  Fonts.— Always  take  a  proof  of  each 
job  font  before  laying,  to  satisfj'  yourself  if  any  sort  is 
missing,  and  also  hold  the  proper  person  responsible  if 
letters  are  thrown  in  the  wrong  box— a  thing  often  done, 
and  then  the  innocent  type  founder  is  unjustly  berated. 
In  making  claims  for  shortages  in  such  cases  be  sure  to 
accompany  your  letter  with  the  proofs  before  men- 
tioned. 

SHIPMENTS. 

Where  shipping  instructions  are  omitted,  we  will 
exercise  our  own  best  judgment.  Customers  occasion- 
ally order  small  articles,  such  as  a  single  font,  sent  by 
freight;  shipments  so  made  are  likely  to  be  lost  in  tran- 
sit, and  entail  extraordinary  expenses  for  drayage 
charges,  etc.  When  a  shipment  will  weigh  less  than 
twenty  pounds  we  advise  express  shipment.  After  goods 
have  been  properly  despatched,  whether  b}*  mail,  ex- 


press or  freight,  the  law  holds  that  they  are  at  the  pur- 
chaser's risk.  We  cannot  hold  ourselves  responsible  for 
any  dela}'  or  miscarriage,  unless  the  fault  is  ours,  but 
we  will  always  aid  the  customer  to  recover. 

Small  Packages  by  Expre.ss.— The  express  compan- 
ies allow  on  all  small  prepaid  packages  a  special  rate. 
If  the  package  weighs  15  ounces  or  less,  it  may  be  sent 
for  15  cents;  west  of  the  Rocky  Mountains  the  minimum 
charge  is  25  cents;  if  more  than  15  ounces  add  one  cent 
per  ounce.  If  you  \W^h  your  package  sent  by  express 
prepaid  remit  the  charges  tvith  the  order. 

Goods  by  Mail.— If  money  is  remitted  for  any  article 
to  be  sent  by  mail  a  sufficient  sum  should  be  enclosed,  in 
addition  to  cost  of  article,  to  pay  postage.  Purchasers 
should  remember  that  the  post-office  authorities  give  no 
scripts  for  merchandise,  consequently  all  shipments 
sent  this  way  are  at  jmrchaser's  risk. 

Why  Shipments  abb  Delayed.- Every  order  received 
by  us  is  supposed  to  be  filled  without  unnecessary  delay. 
Many  times  the  demand  for  type  of  certain  styles  is  so 
large  that  we  are  unable  to  keep  it  in  stock.  Sometimes 
orders  call  for  goods  of  outside  manufacture,  which  we 
must  order. 

When  an  order  calls  for  Wood  Type,  a  delay  of  six  to 
ten  days  in  its  filling  is  unavoidable,  since  these  goods 
are  seldom  carried  in  stock  even  by  the  manufacturers. 
Sorts,  in  many  cases,  are  cast  to  order  and  sometimes, 
though  rarely  with  us,  are  cause  for  a  delay  in  a  ship- 
ment. Unless  we  receive  instructions  to  the  contrar}', 
we  usually  hold  an  order  until  we  can  fill  it  complete. 

MACHINE  REPAIRS. 

Machinery  Repairs  are  not  ordinarily  carried  in 
stock,  but  for  standard  machinery  we  can  easily  procure 
them  without  much  delay.  If  you  want  repairs  for  a 
machine  of  old  pattern,  or  one  not  in  general  use,  it  is 
always  best  to  send  us  the  broken  part  with  the  order 
In  all  cases  give  the  size,  number  and  maker  of  press. 

OLD  METAL. 

Old  Type,  (unmixed  with  other  metals)  electrotypes 
stereotypes  and  brass,  delivered  at  our  foundry  will  be 
taken  at  current  prices  in  exchange  for  new  type. 

Old  type  should  be  securely  boxed  and  plainly  directed  _ 
to  the  founder,  and  shippers  name  placed  on  lower  left 
hand  corner  of  the  box.  The  shipper  should  promptly 
notify  the  founder  of  shipment,  and  furnish  net  weight 
of  same.  Old  type,  electrotj^pes.  stereotypes  and  brass 
should  never  be  mixed  together  as  a  seperate  value  at- 
taches to  each.  Always  ship  as  "old  metal,"  and  thus 
save  expensive  freight  charges. 

Type  melted  and  run  together,  zinc  plates,  metal  con- 
taining zinc  or  type  and  other  plates  mixed  with  zinc 
plates  will  not  be  taken  at  any  price. 

Plate  matter  and  plate  bases  furnished  printers  by 
Newspaper  Unions  will  not  be  taken  at  any  price. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


GENERAL 


INFORMATION 


BODY  ITALIC  FONTS 

Body  Italic  fonts  are  cast  to  regular  scheme  and  sold 
in  5  pound  fonts  or  multiples  thereof,  excepting  5,  5t,  6 
and  7-point,  which  are  sold  in  2J  pound  fonts  or  multiples 
thereof. 

Body  Italic  fonts  are  put  up  in  two  packages,  Lower 
case  and  Points  in  one  and  Caps.  Points  and  Figures  in 
another. 

Body  Italic  fonts  sold  at  First  Class  rate  per  pound. 

JOB  FONTS  OF  SPACES  AND  QUADS 

Piit  up  in  packages  weighing  as  follows: 


WEIOHT 

WEIGHT 

WEIGHT 

SIZE 

SIZE 

SIZE 

LBS 

oz 

LBS 

oz 

LBS 

oz 

3  Point 

10  Point 

3? 

36  Point 

2 

2 

3i  Point 

11  Point 

2* 

42  Point 

2 

6 

4   Point 

12  Point 

•.a; 

48  Point 

2 

12 

4J  Point 

14  Point 

6 

54  Point 

3 

2 

5   Point 

1 

0 

16  Point 

14 

60  Point 

3 

6 

5i  Point 

1 

0? 

18  Point 

1 

14 

66  Point 

3 

12 

6   Point 

0 

15 

20  Point 

14 

72  Point 

4 

0 

7   Point 

1 

1} 

24  Point 

14 

84  Point 

4 

10 

8   Point 

1 

1 

26  Point 

1       14 

96  Point 

5 

6 

9   Point 

1 

2i 

30  Point 

1     14 

120  Point 

6 

10 

Spaces  and  Quads  are  not  put  up  with  Joh  Fonts  ex- 
cepting Scripts. 

Justifiers  for  Typewriters  put  up  in  1  and  5  pound 
fonts. 

PRICE  LIST  OF  QUADS 

Regular  stock,  point  hod}',  1,  2  and  3  em  quads  (high 
or  low)  of  one  body,  ordered  at  one  time,  assorted  sizes 
or  separately. 


SIZE 

z 
< 

LBS.  AND 
VER  AND 
88  THAN 
B  LBS. 

LBS.  AND 
VER  AND 

SS  THAN 
50  LBS. 

LBS.  AND 
VER  AND 
SS  THAN 
00  LBS. 

100  LBS. 
OR  OVER 

, 

J 

w  °  " 

S  °  -1 

go:3- 

5    Point 

$0.90 

$0.85 

$0.80 

$0.70 

$0.60 

5^  Point 

.74 

.62 

..53 

.45 

.40 

6    Point 

.64 

.54 

.47 

.40 

.36 

7    Point 

.56 

.50 

.44 

.38 

.34 

8    Point 

.52 

.45 

.40 

.36 

.32 

9    Point 

.48 

.42 

.38 

.34 

.31 

10    Point 

.46 

.40 

.36 

.32 

.30 

11    Point 

.44 

.38 

.34 

.30 

.28 

12    Point .;... 

.42 

.36 

.32 

.28 

.26 

14    Pt.  and  Larger 

.40 

.36 

.31 

.26 

.24 

The  list  prices  on  all  spaces,  en  spaces  and  justifiers 
less  than  1-em  body  of  18  point  and  smaller,  will  be  the 
regular  Body  weight  price  and  discount;  20  point  and 
larger.  40  cents  per  pound  less  prevailing  discount. 

JOB  TYPE  FONTS 

All  of  the  fonts  shown  in  this  specimen  book  are 
put  up  in  accordance  with  the  standard  scheme  of  A's 
printed  on  page  8. 

For  the  convenience  of  the  printer,  we  have  divided 
all  job  fonts  into  separate  parts;  the  lower  case  and  a 
proportionate  amount  of  points  in  one  part,  and  the  caps, 
points  and  figures  in  another  part. 


Job  Tj'pe  weight  fonts  do  not  contain  spaces  and 
quads. 

Job  Type  Accents  when  ordered  with  the  font  will  be 
charged^at  the  same  rate  per  pound  as  the  font.  When 
ordered  separately  they  will  be  treated  as  sorts. 

HOW  TO  ORDER  SORTS 

The  following  table  shows  what  each  box  in  the  type 
case  will  hold  and  will  be  found  useful  in  ordering  sorts: 

acdhimnorst  u 2pounds 

e 3  pounds 

b  f  g  1  p  V  w  y  and  comma 15  ounces 

kjqxz.  :  ;-'  I  ?fftiffl  and  all  figures...  6  ounces 
Caps,  Small  Caps  and  side  sorts , .  5  ounces 

A  pair  of  News  Cases  holds  50  pounds  of  tj'pe.  an  Italic 
or  Job  Case  holds  25  pounds. 

APPROXIMATE   NUMBER   OF   WORDS   IN    A 
SQUARE  INCH 

In  calculating  the  number  of  pages  a  manuscript  will 
occupy,  the  following  table  giving  number  of  words  to 
the  square  inch,  may  be  found  useful. 


5  Point,  leaded  . .50 

5  Point. -solid .69 

6  Point,  leaded 34 

6  Point,  solid 47 

7  Point,  leaded 27 

7  Point,  solid 38 

8  Point,  leaded 23 

8  Point,  solid 32 

9  Point,  leaded 21 


9  Point,  solid 28 

10  Point,  leaded  16 

10  Point,  solid, 21 

11  Point,  leaded  14 

11  Point,  solid.. 17 

12  Point,  leaded  U 

12  Point,  solid.... 14 

14  Point,  solid... 11 

18  Point,  solid 7 


2  point  leads  used  as  a  basis  in  above  table. 

ESTIMATE  WEIGHT  OF  BODY  TYPE 

To  ascertain  the  quantity  of  plain  type  required  for  a 
newspaper  or  magazine,  or  any  other  work,  find  the 
number  of  square  inches  and  divide  the  same  by  four, 
the  quotient  will  be  the  approximate  weight  of  matter; 
but  as  it  is  impossible  to  set  the  cases  eutirel}'  clear,  it  is 
necessary  to  add  25  per  cent,  to  large  fonts  and  33  per 
cent,  to  small  fonts,  to  allow  for  dead  letter.  The  aver- 
age weight  of  12  inches  of  solid  matter  set  in  13  ems  pica 
measure  is  6%,  pounds;  if  leaded  it  will  weigh  about  514 
pounds.  A  single  column  of  six  column  folio,  solid,  will 
weigh  about  10>^  pounds,  requiring  about  13  pounds  of 
type,  while  the  same  length  column  leaded  with  2  point 
leads  will  contain  but  7%  pounds  solid  matter,  requiring 
about  10  pounds  to  set  the  same. 

NUMBER  OF  EMS  IN  ONE  POUND  OF  TYPE 

Four  square  inches  (two  by  two  inches)  solid  tj'pe 
weighs  approximately  one  pound. 


5  Point -829  ems 

5^  Point 686  ems 

6Point .- 576  ems 

7  Point . 423  ems 

8  Point 324  ems 


9  Point 2.t6  ems 

lOPoint.. 207  ems 

11  Point 171  ems 

12Point... 144  ems 


BARNHART    BROS.    &    SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


GENERAL 


INFORMATION 


BODY  TYPE  WEIGHT  FONTS 


Body  Type  Weight  Fonts  consist  of  all  Roman,  Old 
Style  and  German  faces  advertised  as  body  type,  18 
point  and  smaller,  also  the  following  special  faces  in 
the  same  bodies: 


Authors  Roman 
Authors  Roman  Wide 
Barnhart  Old  Style 
Barnhart  Old  Style  No. 
Caslon  Old  Roman 
Caslon  Old  Style 
Elzevir  No.  .5 


French  Old  Style  No.  3 

Lining  Fifteenth  Century 

Mission 

Old  Roman  Black 

Old  Roman  Bold 

Old  Roman  Condensed 

Paragon 


Body  Type  Fonts,  cast  to  regular  scheme  are  put 
up  in  fonts  of  25,  50  and  100  pounds  or  multiples  thereof. 
If  a  customer  orders  lower  case  for  say  25,  .50  or  100  pound 
fonts,  he  will  get  lower  .case  and  the  necessary  points. 
No  figures,  spaces  or  quads  will  be  included  with  such  an 
order  unless  specified. 

Parts  of  Body  Type  Fonts  cast  to  regular  scheme 
sold  in  the  following  sub-divisions,  provided  no  charac- 
ters are  omitted. 

Cap  fonts in  2^  ^pounds  or  multiples  thereof 

Small  Cap  fonts "  ?i 

Pointfonts_ "  li'a 

Figure  fonts _  "  1 

Lower-Case  fonts ••  14}^ 

Space  fonts "  2% 

Quad  fonts "  S^ 


Auxiliaries  for  Body  Type  Fonts  will  not  be  sent 
unless  specially  ordered,  and  as  given  below  are  the 
smallest  quantities  put  up.  B5'  ordering  them  in  their 
regular  packages  you  will  save  extra  charge. 

Braces  and  Dashes. in  1    pound  or  multiples  thereof 

References  and  Indices.  ■•    %    " 

Fractions •'  1        "        •'  "  " 

Commercial  Marks "  1 

Leaders  in  3  and  5  pound  font  assortments  or  multi- 
ples thereof. 

Logotypes  for  Mailing  Type,  in  2  and  5  pound  font 
assortments  or  multiples  thereof. 

Italics  are  not  furnished  with  Body  Type  unless 
specially  ordered. 

Accents  for  Body  Type  when  furnished  with  regular 
fonts  will  be  sold  at  same  price  per  pound  as  the  font. 
When  ordered  separately  they  will  be  treated  as  sorts. 

When  ordering  sorts  alwaj's  enclose  a  cap  "H"  and 
lower  case  'm"  (as  little  worn  as  possible)  of  the  type 
you  wish  to  match,  and  plainly  state  the  amount  of  each 
character  wanted:  also  give  name  or  number  or  both, 
and  size  of  bod}'  of  face  desired. 

When  sending  samples  always  be  sure  they  are  en- 
closed with  order.  The  failure  of  samples  to  reach  us 
causes  delay  in  filling  orders. 

Mailing  Type  sold  at  same  price  per  pound  as  Body 
Type. 


SCHEME  FOR  BODY  TYPE  AND  AUXILIARIES 


SCHEME  FOR  100  POUNDS  BODY  TYPE. 

AUXILIARIES 

LOWER  CASE 

CAPS 

SMALL  CAPS 

POINTS 

FIGURES 

MINIMUM   FONTS 

These  auxiliaries  are  not 

LBS. 

oz. 

LBS. 

oz. 

LBS. 

oz. 

LBS. 

oz. 

LBS. 

oz. 

furnished  except  on  special 

4 

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6 
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2 

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1 
4 
8 

12 
5 
8 
8 

10 
6 
4 
6 
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5 
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12 
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14 
10 
5 
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4 
5 
3 
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10 

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4  .... 
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5 

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5 
5 
5 
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10 
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REFERENCES 

d    .... 

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f    .... 

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3 
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QUADRATES 

0   

p   .... 

SPACES 

8 

q   .... 
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n     .. 
3m  .. 
4m  .. 
5m  .. 
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2 

6 

1 

4 

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2 

1 

COMMERCIAL 

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10 
3 

4 

BRACES 

t    .... 

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3m 

1 
4 
4 

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3m  .. 

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3 
3 
2 

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10 

10 

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TOTAL 

Lowercase 585^  lbs. 

Points 4M  lbs 

Figures 4     lbs. 

1% 

ae 

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1 

fl  .... 

DASHES 
n      ..           12 

LEADERS 

fl  .... 

10 

3 

Caps 

Small  Caps. 

....   K 

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lbs. 
lbs. 
lbs. 

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3 
3 
3 

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12 

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1 

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POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


JOB  FONT 


SCHEMES 


Lower  Case  Scheme 


b  .. 


i:: 


2f  3 
2 


89  10  11  12  13  1415  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50 


8    9  1011 

3 

3 

5 

5 


3 

4 

4 

3    4 

4 

6 

7 

8 

5 

6 

6 

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10 

11 

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4 

5 

2 

3 

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10 

11 

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4  5 
8i  9 
7!  7 

1213 
12113 

5  5; 
31  3: 

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9,  9 
19  20 

8  8 
;  6;  6 

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14  15 

5    5 

5    5 

9:10 

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14  15 
14  15 

6|  6 
3!  4 
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8 

9  10  11  12 

13  14  15 

8;  9;10 

11 

12 

13,14;15 

5:  5 

6 

6 

7 

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3|  3 

4 

4 

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5 

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4 

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5 

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6 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

3 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 

16  17  18 

71  7    8 
9    9' 10 

10  11  11 
21  23  24 

9    9  10 
7    7:  8 

11  12  13 
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5  6  6 
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11  12  12 
9  9  10 
16  17  18 
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16  17  18 
16  17,18 
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19  20  21 


10  11  11 

12  12  1:5 
25,27  28 

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13  1314 
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6  6|  7 
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22  23  24 

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5    5    5 

22  23  24 

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7    7    7 

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5!  5   5 

12  12  13 

12  12  13 


27  28 
11  11 
15115 
17  17 
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19  19 
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8  8 
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27  28 
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14  15 

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14  15 
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30  31 
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16  17 
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40  41 
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20  21 
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16  17 
30  31 
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6!  6 
16  16 
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19  20  20 
43  44  45 
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13  14  14 
21  22  22 
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9  9  9 
21  22  22 
17  18  18 
32  33  34 
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15  16  16 
20  21  21 
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51  52  53 
20  21  21 
15  16  16 
25  26  27 
38  39  40 

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25  26  27 
20  21  21 
38  39  40 
38,39  40 
15  16  16 

6  6  7 
38  39  40 
38  39  4(1 
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20  21 '21 

9  10  10 
15  16  16 

61  61  7 
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20  20  21 
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41  42  43 
17  17  17 
22  22  23 
25,25  26 
54156  57 
22  22  23 
17  17  17 
28  28  29 
41  42  43 
10; 10  10 
10  10  10 
28  28  29 
22  22  23 
41  42  43 
41  42  43 
17  17  17 
7  7  7 
41  42  43 
41  42  43 
41  42  43 
22  22  23 

10  To  To 

17  17,17 

71  7,  7 
1717117 

71  7:  7 
21  22  22 
21  22  22 


44  45  46 
17  18  18 
23  24  25 
26  27  28 
59  60  61 
23  24  25 
17  18  18 
29  30  31 
44  45  46 
10  11  11 
10  11  11 
29  30  31 
23  24  25 
44  45  46 
44  45  46 
17  18  18 

7  7  8 
44  45  46 
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23  24  25 
10  11  11 
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7,  7,  8 
17;18;18 

71  7'  8 
23  24  25 
23  24  25 


5 

5    5 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

7    7 

7 

8 

8    8 

8 

3 

3    3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

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3 

3    3 

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3    3    3 

4 

4 

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3    3 

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47484950 
19  19  20  20 
26!26i27  27 
29  29  30  30 
62,64  65  67 
26'26;27  27 
19  19  20  20 
32  32  33  33 
47  48  49  50 
11  11  12  12 
11  11  12  12 
32  32  33  33 
26  26  27  27 
47  48  49  50 
47  48  49  50 
19  19  20  20 

8  8  8  8 
47  48  49  50 
47  48  49  50 
47  48:49  50 
26  26  27  27 
11  11  12  12 
19  19  20  20 

8  81  8  8 
19  19  20  20 

8  8'  8  8 
25  26  26  27 
25  26  26  27 
6 


Cap  Scheme 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14  15  16  17  18  19  20  2122  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41 

42  43  44  45 

46  47  48  49  50 

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3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14  15 

16'l7'l8'l9  20  21122  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30131  32  33  34^35  36  37  38  39  40  41 

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46147'48149  50 

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2 

2 

2 

3 

3 

3 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

6 

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17  18  18  18 

19:19;i9 

20  iO 

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2 

3 

4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

7 

7 

8 

9 

9  10!lltl2!l2113ll3il4|l5  16  16  1718  19  19  20  20  21  21  22  22  23  24  25  25  26  27  28 

28  29  29  30 

31 132  32 

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D.. 

2 

2 

3 

4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

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9:10  lOilllll  12112  13  13  13  14  15  15  16  16  17  17  18  18  19  19  20  20  21  21  22 

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4 

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10 

11 

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17  18119;21i22i23l24  26  27  28  29  3(1  32  33,34  :«  36  38  39  40  41  42  43  45  46  47  48  50 

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55  57  58 

59  60 

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3 

2 

3 

3 

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4 

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20  21  21  21 

22  22  22 

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20  21  21  21 

22  22  22 1 23 '23 

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22  22  23  2425 

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28|29  29  30 

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38  39  40  41 

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38  39  40  41 

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46  47  48  49  50 

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7 

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20  21  21  22 

22  23  23  24 

25  26  26 '27 '27 

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ade  familiar  by  the  lining  gothlos  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  k 
news,  In  the  old  lining  gothlcs  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  th 

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The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  siisteni  of  lining  mad 
e  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone  know 
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The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  famili 

ar  by  the  linin)!  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lini 

ng  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  together;   in  Unifor 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  ?..  14  IS  ems. 

The  Uniform-Lme  SBStem  is  the  adaptation  of  the  svstem  of  lining  made  fami 
liar  bv  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  tvpe.  As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old 
lining  gothics  onlv  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  thev  will  line  together;  in  U 

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©>  b%  Point  No.  60 

The  Uniform-Line  s.vstem  is  the  adaptation  of  tlie  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  typ 
e.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gotliics  only  fonts  o 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16^  ems. 
The  UniformrLine  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  try  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.   As  everymi 
e  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  tha 

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b)4  POINT  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  A 
s  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  a 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16Ji  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.   As  ereryon 

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The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
f  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  ty 
pe.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  I 

inina  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 

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The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syste 
m  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  f ac 
es  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  17^^  ems. 

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linins;  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  together ;  in 

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5  POINT  AUTHORS  ROMAN  WIDE 


The  Uniform-Line  System  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  m 
ade  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  k 
nows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  the 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  IB  2  h  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  svstem  of  lining  made  fami 
liar  bp  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  oftppe.     As  ecerpone  Icnows,  in  the  old 
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bM  POINT  No.  63 

The  Uniform-Line  system  Is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  Ilnln 
g  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  ev 
eryone  knows,  In  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  mad 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  15^  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyo 
ne  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  ((re  made  so  t 

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5!^  Point  No.  tit; 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
f  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  t 
ype.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fon 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  Yl%  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.   As  everymi 

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6  Point  No.  63 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar"  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  typ 
e.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  o 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15><j  ems. 
The  Unifonn-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.   A 

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6  Point  No.  66 


The  Uniform-Uine  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syste 
m  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  fa 
ces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothi 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  17J^  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  A 

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6  Point  No.  74    ;    S 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 
type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
f  Haling  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  t 

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6  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  A 
s  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  a 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  y..  U  .5-6  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  spstem  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  bs  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 

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6  Point  Caslon  Old  Style 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 
e  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  know 
s,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 
miliar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  th 

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6  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  fa 
ces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothi 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  17  1-6  ems. 
The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  linins  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 

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ai>  6  Point  No.  80 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 
type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16>^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syste7n  of  I 
ining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type 

AB  CDEFGHI.TKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890       ABCUEFGHIJKLMNOPQBSTUVWXYZ       1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


:©> 


6  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  f 
aces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  got 

Lower  rase  alphabet,  a  to  ■/,.  17  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  VWX  YZ 

1234567890      abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz       1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Old  Style  No.  i 

The  Unitorm-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  linin 
K  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  eve 
ryone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  eras. 

The  Unifor7n-Lzne  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  tin 

ing  Jtiade  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  I234s678qO 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


I  ©  >  6  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  A 
s  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  a 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14?^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adattation  of  the  system  of  linin 

g  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  oj  tyte      As  ev 

ABCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQRSTUVlVXYZ 

1234567890  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


:5> 


Point  Old  Style  No.  70 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  liningf  made  familiar  by  the  lining:  grothics  to  all  faces  of 
type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining-  grothics  only  fo 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  16J^  ems. 
The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lint 
ng  made  familiar  by  tlie  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As 

ABCDEFGHl7KLMNOP^R.STUVMrXrZ 

1234567890      abcdkfghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz      1234167890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Old  Style  No.  200 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  1 
ining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 
As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  cap 
s  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  together:  in  Uniform-Line  ty 
pe,  fonts  including  lower  case  are  made  to  line  as  readily.  T 
hus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  faces  on  the  same  body  will  line 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  lb}4  ems. 

12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


I  ©>  6  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 
As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  1.5)^  ems. 
The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t/ie  system  of  lint 
tig  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXrZ 
1234S67890       abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz       1234367800 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Elzevir  No.  S 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  liningr  gothics  to  all  faces  of  typ 
e.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  5-6  eras. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 
e  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  know 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890        abcdefgbijklmnopqrstuvwxvz        1234^67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


6  Point  Paragon 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  linin 

e  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  eve 

ryone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  were  ma 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  UJ^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    A 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890  abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz   1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 
As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  ca 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  15  5-6  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
/lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  oft 

ABCDEFGHIJKL  MNOPQRSTUV  WXYZ 

1234567890       abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz       1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 

e  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows 

in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  li 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  1-C  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  bg  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyon 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890  abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz  1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Old  Roman  Bold 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyon 
e  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that 
they  will  line  together;  in  Uniform-line  type,  fonts  including  lower 
case  are  made  to  line  as  readily.  Thus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  fac 
es  on  the  same  body  will  line  together  at  the  bottom  without  any  w 
ork  of  justification  by  the  compositor,  which  allows  the  use  of  sever 
al  faces  in  the  same  line  without  extra  expense.     Suppose  the  job  be 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  5-6  ems. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXTZ  67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ 


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7  Point  No.  60 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sys 
tem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  al 
1  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
f  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  tu  all  faces  of  t 
ype.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  f on 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX  YZ 

1234567890    abcdefghijklmnopqbstuvwxtz    1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  3 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  typ 
e.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining:  gothics  only  fonts 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  .5-6  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 
e  familiar  by  the  liking  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  know 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890         abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw.xyz         12)4^67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 
e  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  know 
s,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  wil 
1  line  together;  in  Uniform-Line  type,  fonts  including  lower-case  are  m 
ade  to  line  as  readily.  Thus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  faces  on  the  sa 
me  body  will  line  together  at  the  bottom  without  any  work  of  justifica 
tion  by  the  compositor,  which  allows  the  use  of  several  faces  in  the  sa 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  13  1-6  ems. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ  67890 

ABCDEFGHUKLJVINOPORSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  Hn 
ing  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As 
everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  ar 

Lower  case,  a  to  z,  15  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyon 
e  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890  abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz  1234587890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


6  Point  Mission 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 
familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows,  i 
n  the  old  lining  gothics  only  the  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will 
line  together;  in  uniform-Line  type,  fonts  including  lower  case  are  made 
to  line  as  readily.  Thus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  faces  on  the  same  bod 
y  will  line  together  at  the  bottom  without  any  work  of  justification  by  the 
compositor,  which  allows  the  use  of  several  faces  in  the  same  line  witho 
ut  extra  expense.  Suppose  the  job  being  set  requires  some  words  in  a 
blacker  or  other  different  face,  as  the  junction-points  in  a  railroad  tarifT 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12J^  em.s. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  67890 


Eir 


:©> 


7  Point  No.  63 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces 
of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  o 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  li>^  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system,  of  I 
ining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 
As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  cap 

ABCDEFOHIJKLMNOFqRSTUVWXTZ 

1234567890  abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz  1234567890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


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7  Point  No.  66 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics 
to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15^  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
f  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  t 
ype.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fon 

ABCDEFOHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890    abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxtz    1234367890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


3> 


7  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sys 

tem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all 

faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  go 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  1-7  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaption  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  oft 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  VWXYZ 

12345678       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ       I234367 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


7  Point  Paragon 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syste 

m  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  face 

s  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  14  1-7  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  fa 
ces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  goth 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW        12345 


:©> 


8  Point  No.  63 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothi 
cs  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  eras. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sys 
tem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  al 

AB  CDEFOHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

123456        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        123456 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  No.  66 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining"  made  familiar  by  the  lini 
ng  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  k 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15J^  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 

ACBDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX       12345 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


:m> 


7  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sys 

tem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  al 

1  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  li)i  eras. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  typ 

AB  CDEFGHIfKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345678        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ       12^4^678 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


:i> 


7  Point  No.  80 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 
all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lini 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  2-7  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  o 
f  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  aU  faces  of  t 
ype.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fon 

ABCDEFOHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567890    abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz    123457890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  No.  60 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  §• 
othics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  know,  is 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14J^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ     12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining 
gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone  know 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  la  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ     12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


:i> 


8  Point  No.  74 


The  Uniform -Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  go 
thics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14}^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  li 
ning  system  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  a 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSJ  UVWXYZ 

12845    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ    12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


POINT-LINE,     POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


8  Point  No.  80 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining 
gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  know 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  UX  ems. 

The  TJniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  t 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ     123Jf5 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


-®} 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.   i 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all 
faces  of  type.      As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  g 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all 

ABCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        I2J4j6j 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  Old  Style  No. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 
all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lin 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  Via  ems . 
The  Utiiforni-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
systejn  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothi 

ABCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQRS  TUVWX  J  'Z 

1234567         ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ         I2J4j6'/ 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


[> 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14)^  ems. 

The  Unifortn-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  liiiing  made  familiar  by  the  lining  g 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ       /.?J^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 


8  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics 
to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  VX%  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  sgstem  is  the  adaptation  oft 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  bg  the  lining 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

1234567        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        1234567 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


8  Point  Caslon  Old  Style 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  li 
ning  system  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  al 
1  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  linin 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  \^)4.  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  lining 
system  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  ^2J4^ 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


"©>         8  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 


The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  go 
thics  to  all  faces  of  t^-pe.     As  everyone  knows,  i 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14^  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  got  h 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        ^^345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ      . 


8  Point  Old  Styi<e  No.  70 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t 
he  system  of  lining-  made  familiar  bj'  the  lining 
gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  know 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  \iX  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  systetn  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  linitig  g 

A  B  CDEFGHIJKL  MNOPQRS  TU  V  WXYZ 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKI^MNOPQRSTUVWXYZ       J234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.  100 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  go 
thics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows,  in 
the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  mad 
e  so  that  they  will  line  together;  in  Uniform-Lin 
e  type,  fonts  including  lower  case  are  made  to  li 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  143^  ems. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  6789l) 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


Authors  Roman  Wide 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lin 
ing  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  1.")^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t 

he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


8  Point  Elzevir  No.  S 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sys 
tern  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  a 
11  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  linin 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13?^  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  face 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUyiVXYZ 
1234567        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        12J4^6-] 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  Paragon 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  t 
o  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  13}^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  t 

A  BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  V  WX  YZ 

12S456        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        123456 

'    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  Mission 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of 
lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 
As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  ca 
ps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  together;  in  Uniform-Line 
type,  fonts  including  lower  case  are  made  to  line  as  readily. 
Thus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  faces  on  the  same  body  will  I 
ine  together  at  the  bottom  without  any  work  of  justification 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  llj^  ems. 

12345     ABGDEFGHUKLMNOPQRSTUVWX     67890 


"©V  8  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  o 
fall  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  li 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  13i4  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  sostem  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  bo  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345678      abcdefghuklmnopqrstuvwxyz      12345678 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  Lining  XV  Century 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 
type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11%  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syste 
m  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  f 

ABCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHI|KLMNOPQRSTUV 


12345 


8  POINT  FRENCH  O.  S.  NO.  2 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 
all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lin 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13%  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  face 

ABCDEFGHllKLMNOPQRSTUyiVXYZ 

12345    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ    1234^ 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


8  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  0 
f  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 
type.  As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  f 
onts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  together;  in  U 
niform-Line  type,  fonts  including  lower  case  are  made  to  1 
ine  as  readily.     Thus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  faces  on  th 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ 


:©> 


8  Point  Old  Roman  Bold 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  fa 
ces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  got 
hies  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  t 
ogether;  in  Uniform-Line  type,  fonts  including  lower  c 
ase  are  made  to  line  as  readily.     Thus  in  Uniform-Line 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12%  ems. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ  67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ 


©> 


8  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system  of  1 

ining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all   faces  of  type. 

As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  ca 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345678      abcdefghuklmnopqrstuvwxyz      12345678 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


:©> 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY 


8  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  System  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  goth 
ics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  th 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  IV4  ems. 
The  Uniform-Line  System  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  t 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS  TUVWXYZ 

123456         ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ         123456 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

QUALITY   AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


9  Point  No. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lini 
ng  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  k 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13^  ems. 

The  Unif(yrm-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  m,ade  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 

ABCDEFOHIJKLMNOPQBSTUVWXYZ 

12345    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ     12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


c 


> 


9  Point  No.  66 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  thfe  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the 
lining-  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  every 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 

Tlie  TJniform-Lhie  system  is  tlie  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  tlie  lining  gothics  to 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQBSTVVWXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ     123^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  V  WX  YZ 


9  Point  No.  80 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  li 
ning  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyo 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  H  1-9  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQBS  TUVWXYZ 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTITYWXY      1£345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


9  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  go 
thics  to  all  faces  of  type.      As  everyone  knows,  i 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12'l^  ems. 

TAe  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  goth 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPgRSTUVWXYZ        ^2J4J 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


9  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  linin 
g  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  kn 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13X  ems. 

TJie  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  s 
ystem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  t 

ABCDEFOHIJKLMNOPQBSTUVWXYZ 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  VWX      IS  3  45 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


9  Point  No.  74 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  lining  made  famihar  by  the  li 
ning  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyon 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  g 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX    12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


9  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  t 
he  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.      As  e 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  U  4-9  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  linin 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ    I234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


9  Point  Old  Sty'le  No.  70 

The  Uniform-Line  sj'stem  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining-  made  familiar  by  the 
lining-  g-othics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  every 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  ItJ^  ems. 

The  Unifonn=Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
fthe  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lin 

ABCDEP'GHIJKLMNOPORS  TUVWX 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  VW       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


16 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


9  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  S3'stem  of  lining"  made  familiar  by  the 
lining^  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  every 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  14  2-9  ems. 

The  Umform=Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
/the  system  of  linirig  7nade  familiar  by  the  lin 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPOR  STUV  WX 

12345        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV        1234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


9  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  System  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  linin 
g  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  everyone  kno 

Lower  case  alplialiet,  a  to  z.  13  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  oft 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  g 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 
12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ      12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


rr 


©> 


10  Point  No.  60 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familia 
r  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  ty 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  U  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 
12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST      123^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


CI 


[> 


10  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  hning  made  famihar  by 
the  Hning  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  e 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  ems. 

The  TJni form- Line  system  is  the  adaptati 

on  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMN0PQR8TU 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV      123 Jf^ 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


[]>   9  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  pf  lining  made  familiar  by  the  li 
ning  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyon 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  li 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS  TUVWXYZ 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


9  Ft.  Authors  Rom.  Wide 

The  Uniforrp-Lining  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  famili 
ar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  typ 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  \n  %  eras. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  oft 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  g 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX  YZ 
12345   ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW^X    12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Point  No.  63 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  1 
ining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  every 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12^  ems. 

The  Uniform-lAne  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  linirig  made  familiar  by  the  I 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW      12SJf5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 


r: 


"©>    10  Point  Roman  No.  66 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapta 
tion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  famil 
iar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  \k%  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 
12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS       123^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 

quality  and  finish  uneoualed 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


rz 


©> 


10  Point  No.  80 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptati 
on  of  the  system  of  hning  made  famihar 
by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation 

of  the  system,  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 

ABGDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST      123Jf5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 


lo  Point  O.  S.  No.  i 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  th^  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the 
lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  ever}'^ 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  l%%  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
/the  system  of  lining  made  familial'  by  the  li 

ABCDEFGHLJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX      12343 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVVVXYZ 


P^         "       ©i>  10  Point  O.  S.  No.  59 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 
e  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  ev 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  systetn  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  litii 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 

12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU  I234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


CI 


:©> 


10  Point  O.  S.  No.  90 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 
b}^  the  lining-  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  b 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV       I2345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


10  Point  Caslon  O.  S. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining 
gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  know 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  System  is  the  adaptation  oft 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  g 
A  B  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 
12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 


10  Point  O.  S.  No.  58 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by 
the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  2-5  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptati 
on  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS  TUVW 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV      I234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW^X 


10  Point  O.  S.  No.  70 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  S3^stem  of  lining  made  familia 
r  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  t5'p 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  lS>i  ems. 

The  Uniform- I^i^ie  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by 

ABCDEF  GHIJKLMNOPQRST  UV 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU       I2345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


10  Point  O.  S.  No.  100 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the 
lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  ever 
yone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fo 
nts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  t 
ogether;  in  Uniform-Line  type,  fonts  includ 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  4-5  ems. 
12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV       67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


10  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  hning  made  famiUar  by  the 
Uning  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    As  every 

Lower  case  ali)hal)et.  a  to  z.  12  7-10  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  si^stem  is  the  adaptati 

on  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ      12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Point  Barnhart  O.  S. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  goth 
ics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  t 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11  2-5  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  sgstem  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  sgstem  of  lining  made  familiar  bg  the  lining 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX      12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Point  Elzevir  No.  5 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics 
to  all  faces  of  type.     As  everyone  knows,  in  th 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  t 
})e  system  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 

ABCDEFGHlJKLMNOPQRSTUyWXYZ 

12345   ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX    12^45 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Point  Caslon  O.  R- 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by 
the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  2-5  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adapt  at 
ion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familia 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 
12345  abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw  12345 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV^X^XYZ 


n 


©>  10  Pt.  Authors  Rom.  Wide 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adap 
tation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 
miliar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  face 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  1-5  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  b 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV      12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


10  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 
e  lining  gothics  to  all  faces.     As  everyone  k 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  sgstem  of  lining  made  familiar  bg  the  lining 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS  TUVWXY 

1234        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ        1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Ft.  French  o.  S.  No.  3 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the 
lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  ever 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  i 
he  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS!  Ul^lVXYZ 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV     I2J45 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOFQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Point  Mission 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the 
system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothic 
s  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows,  in  th 
e  old  lining  gothics,  only  fonts  of  caps  are  made 
so  that  they  will  line  together;  in  Uniform-Line  ty 
pe,  fonts  including  lower  ccise  are  made  to  line  as 
readily.  Thus  in  Uniform-Line  type  all  faces  on 
the  same  ix)dy  will  line  together  at  the  bottom  w 

Lower  case  alpliabet.  a  to  z,  11  1-5  ems. 

12345     ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPQ    67890 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


[10  Point  Lining  XV  Century 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  the  sy 
stem  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to 
all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lin 
ing  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  arc  made  so  that  they 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  10  2-6  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  linin 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 

12345     ABCDEFCHIIKLMNOPQR     12345 


10  Point  Paragon 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 
e  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  ev 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX     12345 

ABGDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


10  Point  Old  Roman  Bold 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  o 
f  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  the  li 
ning  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyon 
e  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of 
caps  are  made  so  that  they  will  line  together; 
in  Uniform-Line  type,  fonts  including  lower  c 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  12  3-10  ems. 
12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ     67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


11  Point  No.  60 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 
familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  ems. 

T/ie  Unvforra-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 

AB  CDEFGIIIJKLMN0PQR8TUY 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


11  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by 
the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.     A 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptati 
on  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMN0PQR8TU 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU       123^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW 


10  Point  Old  Roman  Cond. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of  th 
e  system  of  Hning  made  famiUar  by  the  lining  g 
othics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows, 
in  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of  caps  are  m 
ade  so  that  they  will  line  together;  in  Uniform-L 
ine  type,  fonts  including  lower  case  are  made  to 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11^  eras. 
12345  ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ  67890 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 


n 


^ 


11  Point  No.  63 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  b 
y  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    A 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  h 

AB  CDEFGHIJI<:LMN0PQB8TUY 

12345        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV        1231^.5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 


11  Point  No.  66 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 
familiar  by  the  lining-  gothics  to  aU  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 

Tlie  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapta 
tion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 

AB  CDEFGHLJLILMNOPQRSTUV 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR     12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


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11  Point  No.  80 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 
familiar  by  the  lining  gothies  to  all  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  10-U  eras. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 

AB  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

]  '      ©>     1 1  Point  O.  S.  No.  58 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  hning  made  f 
amiliar  by  the  hning  gothies  to  all  fac 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  7-11  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  the  adapt 
tation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 

ABCDEFGHLJKLMNOPQR  S  T 

12345     ABCDEFGHi/kLMNOPQRS      I2J^^ 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 


11  Point  O.  S.  No.  70 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adap 
tation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 
miliar  by  the  lining  gothies  to  all  face 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  t/ie  system  of  lining'  made  fam 

A  BCDEFGHIfKLMNOP^RS  TU 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


11  Point  Caslon  O.  R. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptati 
on  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 
by  the  lining  gothies  to  all  faces  of  type. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  6  11  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapta 
tion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  famili 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS  TUVW 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS       12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV^iX^X 


II  Point  O.  S.  No.  i 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  system  of  Hning  made  familiar 
by  the  lining  gothies  to  all  faces  of  type. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12%  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familia 

A  BCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQR  STUVW 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST     /.?J.^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 

\    ^      ^       ©[>       II  Point  O.  S.  No.  59 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar 
by  the  lining  gothies  to  all  faces  of  type. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12J^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptati 
on  of  tlie  system  of  lining  made  familiar 

A  BCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQRS  TUVW 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU       /^J^5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX 
11  Point  O.  S.  No.  90 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining-  made 
familiar  by  the  lining-  g-othics  to  all  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  tlie  adapt 
ation  of  tlie  system  of  lining- tnade  f am 

abcdefghijl<:lmnop^rstu 

12345       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ       1 2345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


©>  12  Point  Caslon  O.  S. 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ad 
aptation  of  the  system  of  lining  ma 
de  familiar  by  the  lining  gothies  to 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13)^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapta 
tion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  famili 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ     I234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


12  Point  No.  63 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 
iliar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  o 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is  tlie  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 
AB  GDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 

12345      ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS      1234-5 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


"©>      12  Point  O.  S.  No.  i 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  \Z%  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 

ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  f 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS     I2J4^ 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 


>  12  Point  O.  S.  No.  70 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z  Vi%  eras. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  a 
daptation  of  the  system^  of  lining 
A  B  CDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS  T 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKIvMNOP     12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 


]>  12  Point  Authors  Roman 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 
familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  133^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  si^stem  is  the  ad 

aptation  of  the  system  of  lining  ma 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

1234       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV      1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 


12  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 
e  familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  al 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adap 
tion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 

ABCDEFGHLJKLMN0PQR8 

12345      ABCDEFGHI.JKLMNOPQRS      1234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 

\  ©  )-   12  Point  O.  S.  No.  59 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12}^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adap 
tation  of  the  system  of  lifting  made  fa 

ABCDEFGHIfKLMNOPQR  S  T 

12345        ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ        I234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 

V^      ^^>  12  Point  O.  S.  No.  90 

The  Uniform -Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  l.S  ems. 

The  Uniform^- Line  system^  is  the  a 
daptation  of  the  system  of  lining 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP     1234S 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 
12  Ft.  AuT.  Rom.  Wide 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the 
adaptation  of  the  system  of  lini 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining 

Lower  case  alplial)et.  a  to  z.  lii  1-6  ems. 

The  Uniform  Line  system  is  the  ad 

aptation  of  the  system  of  lining  ma 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 

12345     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ     12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 


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y  12  Point  Barnhart  O.  S. 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 

12345    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST    12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


§>  12  Ft.  Frenches.  No:  3 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapta 
tion  of  tie  system  of  lining  made  famili 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

12M    ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPQRS    12^4 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOFQRSTUVW 


¥}  12  Point  Caslon  O.  R. 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  11-12  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ad 
aptation  of  the  system  of  lining  ma 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 

1234   ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST    1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


'®\  12  Point  Lining  XV  Century 

TKe  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation  of 
the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  tKe  lini 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  9  5-6  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptat 
ion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familia 
r  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  ty 
ABCDEFGHI/KLMNOPQRS  TU  V 
1234   ABCDEGFHIJKLMNOPQ    1234 


12  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  5-6  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapt 
ation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fam 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU 

12345    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST    12345 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


"¥>    12  Ft.  Elzevir  No.  S 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adap 
tation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  f 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  5-6  ems. 

77?^  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adapta 
tion  of  the  system  of  lining  made  famili 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

1234    ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPQRS    12^4 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOFQRSTUVW 

12  Point  Mission 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptation 
of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 
e  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As 
every  one  knows^  in  the  old  lining  gothics 
only  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they 
will  line  together;  in  Uniform-Line  type,  fo 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  lOX  ems. 

1234  ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPQ  5678 


1 2  Point  Paragon 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adap 
tation  of  the  system  of  lining  made  fa 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ad 
aptation  of  the  system  of  lining  mad 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 

1234    ABGDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS    1254 

ABGDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


5}  12  Pt.  Old  Roman  Bold 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  ada 
ptation  of  the  system  of  lining  made 
familiar  by  the  lining  gothics  to  all  f 
aces  of  type.  As  everyone  knows,  i 
n  the  old  lining  gothics  only  fonts  of 

Lower  ca»e  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12^  ems. 

1234       ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTU       6789 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOFORSTUVW 

14  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  tHe 
adaptation  of  the  system  of  linin 
g  made  familiar  by  the  lining  got 
hies  to  all  faces  of  type.     As  eve 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  IZ  ems. 

1234    ABCDEFGHIKJLMNOPQRST     5678 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 

14  Point  Authors  Roman 
The  Uniform-Line  system  is  th 
e  adaptation  of  the  system  of  1 

Lower  case  alphal)et.  a  to  z.  i:i  Id  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  sgstem  is  t 

he  adaptation  of  the  sgstem  o 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ 

1234    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR  1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 

14  Point  Barnhart  O.  S. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the 
adaptation  of  the  system  of  hni 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  1-14  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the 
adaptation  of  the  sgstem  of  linin 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ 

1234     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP     1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR 


j>  12  Point  Old  Roman  Cond. 


The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  adaptatio 
n  of  the  system  of  lining  made  familiar  by 
the  lining  gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As 
everyone  knows,  in  the  old  lining  gothics  o 
nly  fonts  of  caps  are  made  so  that  they  w 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  10^  ems. 

1234     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXY     5678 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

.    14  Point  Elzevir  No.  S 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  th 
e  adaptation  of  the  system  of  li 
ning  made  familiar  by  the  lining 
gothics  to  all  faces  of  type.    A 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  18  3-7  ems. 

1234     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP     >678 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS 

14  Pt.  Authors  Roman  Wide 
The  Uniform-Line  system  i 
s  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  If)  eiiiti. 

The  Uniform-Line  sgstem  is  t 
he  adaptation  of  the  sgstem  o 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR 

1234     ABCDEFGHIJKLMN     1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR 

14  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  t 
he  adaptation  of  the  system  o 

Lower  case  alpliabet,  a  to  z,  13  5-7  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  sgstem  is  the 
adaptation  of  the  system  of  linin 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ 

1234     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP     1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR 


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14  Point  Caslon  Old  Style 

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I^ower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  13  2-7  enis. 

TAe  Uniform-Ltine  system  is  t 
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1234    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO     I2J4 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR 

14  Point  Paragon 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is 
the  adaptation  of  the  system 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  1-7  ems. 

The  Uniform- Line  system  is 
ABCDEFGHIJKLiWNOPQ 

1234    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO    1254 

ABGDEFGHUKLMNOPQ 

14  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  a 
daptation  of  the  system  of  hning 
made  famiUar  by  the  lining  goth 
ics  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  every 
one  knows,  in  the  old  Uning  goth 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  13  ems. 

123     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUV     456 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTU 


BODY  FACES 


14  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  th 
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Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  6-7  ems. 

T/ie  Uniform-Line  system  is  th 
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1234    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ    12^4 

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14  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the 
adaptation  of  the  system  of  linin 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  t 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ 

1234     ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP     1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPOR 

14  Point  Mission 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is  the  a 
daptation  of  the  system  of  lining 
made  familiar  by  the  lining  gothic 
s  to  all  faces  of  type.  As  every 
one  knows,  in  the  old  lining  goth 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11  4-7  ems. 

1234   ABGDEFGHIJKL   5678 


16  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
The  Uniform-Line  System  i 
s  the  adaptation  of  the  syste 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  11-16  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system 
AB  CDEFGHIJKLMN 

123    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP     123 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP 


POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


SYNOPSIS  OF 


BODY  FACES 


16  Point  No.  64 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is 
the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 


1234    ABCDEFGHIJKLMN    5678 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR 


16  Ft.  Authors  Roman 

The  Uniform-Line  system  i 
s  the  adaptation  of  the  syst 
em  of  lining  made  familiar 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  1-16  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  si^stem 
is  the  adaptation  of  the  si; 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP 

1234   ABCDEFGHIJKLM   1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ 


16  Point  Barnhart  O.  S. 

The  Uniform-Line  system 
is  the  adaptation  of  the  sys 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12%  ems. 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is 
the  adaptation  of  the  sgste 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMN 

1234    ABCDEFGHIJKL    1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO 


16  Point  Old  Roman  Cond, 

The  Uniform-Line  system  is 
the  adaptation  of  the  system 
of  lining  made  familiar  by  th 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  Vi  ems. 

1234   ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO   5678 

ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPO 


16  Ft.  Authors.  R.  Wide 

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1234    ABCDEFGHIJKL   1234 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO 


16  Ft.  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2 

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ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


5  Point  Roman  No.  64 


Thk  matter  of  Iliilnt;  type  Is  so  Important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Llnlnjr  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  In  composi- 
tion time,  to  say  nothln^f  of  *he  Increased  beauty  of  Ms  work.  Kvery  printer  has  experienced  trouble  In 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  In  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss 
of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  Is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  Instance,  In  which  words 
In  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  let- 
ter selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type:  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because 
of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the 
various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod 
work;  hence  the  time  spent  In  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  Is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now.  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  Is  ena- 
bled to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Splndler  Point- 
Line.  Point-Set.  Point  Body  Llnlng-System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform- 
Line.— The  point  line  In  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  AH  Roman  and  body  faces  are 
cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can 
be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces 
will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justltlcatlon;  and  by  the  use  of  jiolnt  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body 
can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  In  line  between  any 
two  bodies  Is   two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.    Text-Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16^  ems. 


bVa  Point  No,  60 

The  matter  of  lining  t.vpe  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Pohn-line,  Point-set,  Point-body  Joining  System,  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work,  Ever.v 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  hue,  and  In  lining  rule 
with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  imavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  H;  legal  blank,  for  Instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  ma.v  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  In  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  dis- 
posal, because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance 
of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the 
name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces 
with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unneces- 
sary now.  thanks  to  the  Uniform-line  type,  and  the  printer  Is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  here- 
to-fore expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Splndler  Point-line,  Point-set, 
Point-body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-  ■ 
line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  east.  All  Roman  and 
body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly 
proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16?<i^  ems. 


5H  Point  No.  63 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  Important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of 
our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar 
In  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  Increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experi- 
enced trouble  In  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
Instance,  in  which  words  In  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined 
as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type:  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having 
only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  In  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  Is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  Is  un- 
necessary now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  Is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  here- 
tofore expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Splndler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point- 
Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines  :  Uniform  Line.— The  point 
line  In  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this 
line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.    This  line  Is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15^  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform-Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


bVa  Point  No.  64 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  sliould  be  familiar  with  the  details 
of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set.  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a 
dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type, 
and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank,  for  instance, in  which  words  of  a  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in 
which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces 
and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work: 
hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer 
is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  & 
Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set.  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known 
and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. —  The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so 
placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  from  all 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16X  ems. 


5!4  Point  No.  66 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  Is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining-  System.  This  system  saves  the 
printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in 
lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining 
type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  Instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with 
the  type:  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring 
about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  -will  willingly  send  out  sUp-.shod  work:  hence  the  time  spent 
in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All 
such  expense  is  unnecessary  now.  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is 
enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros. 
&  Spindler  Point-Line.  Point-Set.  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well 
known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 
of  faces  are  cast.    All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  17K  ems. 


6  Point  No.  63 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  Ijringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  liiie,  and  in  lining  rule 
with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs, 
as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected'for  the  body  of 
the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because, 
of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  the  name  will  willingly 
send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and 
with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to 
the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended 
for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines.    Uniform-Line — The  Point 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15}4  ems. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY    C^i^B^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


6  Point  No.  60 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the 
printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  diffferent  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is 
not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such 
expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to 
pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and 
tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line 
is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free 
of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body 
for  body  without  justification;  and  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be 
readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between 
any  body  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text  Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts  or 
the  like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point 
line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof. 
Hence  any  Text-line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap 
Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment, 
and  the  result  is  obtained  as  easily.  Cap-Line.— For  Title,  Two-Line  and  other  faces  without 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16  ems. 


6  Point  No.  64 

The  matter  of  lining'  tyve  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  pi'inter  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of 
his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bi-inging  type  on  diflferent  bodies  to 
line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may 
be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass-rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compo.sltor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type 
and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work :  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the 
printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The 
Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the 
following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which 
the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as 
the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast 
entirely  upon  the  body  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line 
cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification:  and  by  the  use  of  point 
leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the 
majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  body  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof. 
Text  Line.— For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts  or  the  like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for 
typogi-aphical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above 
the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be 
made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z.  nx  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  34  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


6  Point  No.  66 


The  matter  of  lining'  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining'  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing'  of  the  increased  beauty  of 
his  work.  Everj'  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining'  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  g'reat  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  woyk,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having'  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alig'nment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining'  the  different  faces 
with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket 
the  money  formerly  expended  on  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point 
Line,  Point  Set,  Point  Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried 
lines :  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  maj  ority  of  faces  are  cast. 
All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line 
is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body, 
free  of  kerning,  from  the  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line 
tog'ether  body  for  body  without  justification;  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs, 
one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases 
the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text 
Line.— For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  long'  descender  is  cut  for 
typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying' 
above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face 
may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  173^  ems. 


6  Point  No.  74 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is 
not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old  system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  The  Barnhart 
Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following 
well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the 
ma,iority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  leaders, 
etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon 
the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will 
line  together  body  for  body  without  justification;  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one 
size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the 
difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — 
For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for  typographical 
effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform 
Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with 
any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on 
different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  obtained  as  easily.  CainLine. — 
For  Title,  Two-line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same 
bodies  line  with  each  other  at  the  bottom  without  justification.    All  Cap-Line  faces  in  bodies 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16  ems. 


POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


35 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform-Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


6  Point  No.  80 


The  matter  of  linins-  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the 
printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line, 
and  in  Uning  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type 
that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the 
letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  hned 
with  the  type:  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between 
type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work; 
hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of 
serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type, 
and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this 
kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros,  and  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System 
embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each 
body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this 
line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders 
can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  from  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size. 
All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification;  and, 
by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  Une  with  all  other 
sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points 
or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line.— For  such  face  as  Scripts,  Texts  or  the  like,  where  a 
longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each 
body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any 
Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cai>Line  in 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z.  16)^  ems. 


7  Point  No.  60 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  tlie 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body 
of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring 
about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type 
and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  vdllingly  send  out  slip-shod  work ; 
hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a 
matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line.  Point 
Set  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well  known  and  tried  lines. 
Uniform-Line — The  point-line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast. 
All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This 
line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the 
body,  free  from  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces 
will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification;  and,  by  tiie  use  of  point  leads 
and  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  ems. 


BARNHART    BROS.  &.   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    C^^^^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform-Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


7  Point  No.  63 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  tliat  every  printer  siiould  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  diiTerent 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be 
lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  tj'pe;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent 
by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly'  send  out  slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with 
each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary 
now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the 
money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried 
lines.  Uniform-Line. — The  Point-Line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This 
line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the 
bod3%  free  from  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  L^niform-Line  cast  faces  will 
line  together  bodj-  for  body  without  justification ;  and  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs, 
one  size  body  can  readily  be  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases 
the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.    Text 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  U}4  ems. 


7  Point  No.  66 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  w^ork.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well 
as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near.as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the 
body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old- system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out 
slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and 
with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now 
thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 
heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well 
known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line. — The  Point-Line  in  each  body'to  which 
the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line, 
as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned 
descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  from  kerning,  from  smallest 
to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body 
without  justification ;  and  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z.  l.iX  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  37  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


■  Point  No.  80 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  sliould  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  wlfen  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs, 
as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with 
the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only 
old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 
cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces 
and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send 
out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other 
and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary 
now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the 
money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well 
known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line.  —  The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the 
majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well 
as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders 
can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  fi'ee  fi'om  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size. 
All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification ; 
and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  8-7  ems. 


8  Point  No.  60 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must 
be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send 
out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each 
other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is 
enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The 
Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System 
embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The 
point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.     All  Roman 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  uy^  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY  C^^^  TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


8  Point  No.  63 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System. 
This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble 
in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  a  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the 
letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the 
compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of 
alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent 
in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line 
type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for 
work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point- Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well  known  and  tried  lines: 
Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders, 
etc.     This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 


8  Point  No.  64 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  tlie  body  of 
the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only 
old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the 
name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment. 
All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type, 
and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for 
work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well  known  and  tried 
lines:    Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  ems. 


POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY  39  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY    C^l^B^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform-Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two  point  leads. 


8  Point  No.  66 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and 
in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  be^in  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with 
the  type  ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having 
only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  of  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy 
of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work :  hence  the  time  spent 
in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform 
Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  well-known  and 
tried  lines.     Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15Ji  ems. 


8  Point  No.  74 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to 
say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  know^s  the  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is 
not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  a  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 
because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip -shod  work;  hence 
the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a 
matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point- Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and 
tried  lines.  Uniform-Line.  — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 
of  faces  are  cast.     All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  Hi4  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  40  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    C^ffl^B^    TYPE  FACES 

Cast  on  Uniform-Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 
8  POINT  No.  80 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in 
lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the 
work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper 
and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the 
name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment. 
All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type, 
and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for 
work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried 
lines.  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 
of  faces  are  cast.      All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  H%  ems. 


9  POINT  No.  60 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great 
loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a 
legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 
cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the 
various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the 
name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in 
lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of 
serious  momeot.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 
heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.     The  Barnhart  Bros.  & 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  41  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


9  Point  No.  64 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and 
in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
imavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for 
using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  type-faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time 
spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter 
of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 
heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.    The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13i^  ems. 


9  Point  No.  66 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining-  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  diff- 
erent faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform- 
Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &.  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    C^^^^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


9  Point  No.  74 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  hne,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  a  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  Uned  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces 
and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  shp-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  Uning 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 

Lower  case  alpliabet,  a  to  z,  U}i  ems. 
t 


9  Point  No.  80 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name 
will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  1-9  ems. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY  43  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  L'nllorm-Llne.    Partly  leaded  with  two  point  leads. 


10  Point  No.  63 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  diffei'ent 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near 
as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in 
which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 
cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the 
various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the 
name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in 
lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of 
serious  moment.      All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12K  ems. 


10  Point  No.  60 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and 
in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having 
only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance 
of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and 
rule.     No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  14  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    cM^^^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  L'nlforra-Llne.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


10  Point  No.  64 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a 
dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining 
type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the 
body  of  the  work;  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type;  hoursof  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between 
type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send 
out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  ems. 


10  Point  No. 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point 
Set,  Point-Body  Lining-  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing-  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringingtype  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near 
as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the 
type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of 
the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about 
even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in 

T^ower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  14>^  ems. 


POINT-LINE.    POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY  45  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEOUALED 


ROMAN  BODY    C^M^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 
10  Point  No.  80 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  v^ork.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance, 
in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 
cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy 
of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  eras. 


11  Point  No.  60 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work .  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the 
letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having 
only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13)4  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  46  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    C^i^B^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


11  Point  No.  63 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as 
well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his 
disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.      No  printer  worthy  of  the  name 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 


11  Point  No.  64  » 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining 
type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body 
of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with 
the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between 
type  and  rule.     No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 


POINT-LINE,    POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY  47  QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY    C^M^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Unlfona-Llne.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 
11  Point  No.  6G 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining-  system.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type 
is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the 
letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only 
old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using   paper  and   cardboard   to  bring  about  even  a 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  U  ems. 


1 1  Point  No.  80 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  system.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  sa}' 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type 
is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  1011  ems. 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  48  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    C^^^^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Unlfonn-Llne.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


12  Point  No.  63 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragi*aphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  w4th  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z  12K  ems. 
12  Point  No.  64 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to 
say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type-faces 
on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type, 
and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable, 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank, 
for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near 
as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with 
the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the 
compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 

IjOwer  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 


POINT-LINE,    POINT-SET.    POINT-BODY  49  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY    C^^^5    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


14  Point  No.  64 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that 
every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule 
with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 


16  Point  No.  64 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important 
that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point 
Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the 
printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to 
say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble 
in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line, 
and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.    Take  a  legal 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  50  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


CONDENSED 


NUMBER  53 


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


12  Point  Cond.  No.  53      1\<<>  lbs.,  $1.50 


CONSOLIDATED  CORPORATIONS 
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16  Point  Cond.  No.  53      2%  lbs.,  $1.75 


EXPOSITION  LITERATURE 

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CONDENSED 


NUMBER  51 


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


26A  6  Point  Cond.  No.  51  M  lb.,  $1.00 

SOUTHWESTERN  MANUFACTURERS 

BEAUTIFUL  ROCKERS  OF  EVERY  DESCRIPTION 

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22  A  9  Point  Cond.  No.  51         \^A  lbs.,  $1.25 

BARGAIN  IN  FURNITURE 
MORRIS  CHAIRS  9  FOR  COMFORT 

20A  11  Point  Cond.  No.  51         iK  lbs.,  $1.40 

FORTY-SECOND  SESSION 
UNITED  STATES  7  CONGRESS 

17A  14  Point  Cond.  No.  51       2'/l'6  lbs.,  $1.80 

MAHOGANY  4  DRESSER 


12A 


20  Point  Cond.  No.  51         iVi  lbs.,  $2.25 


PRETTY  2  DESIGN 


26 A  8  Point  Cond.  No.  51        XVa.  lbs.,  $1.25 

MAHOGANY  AND  BLACK  WALNUT 

CABINET  SALE  THURSDAY  COME  EARLY 

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20  A  10  Point  Cond.  No.  51        1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

HAVE  JUST  RECEIVED 
THOUSAND  2  NICE  IRON  BEDS 

19A  12  Point  Cond.  No.  51  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

BOYS  AND  GIRLS 
SMALL  3  WRITING  DESKS 

16  A  18  Point  Cond.  No.  51  3  lbs.,  $2.00 

PICTURES  8  FRAMED 

11  A  24  Point  Cond.  No.  51      3%  lbs.,  $2.50 

NORTH  5  WINDS 


30  Point  Cond.  No.  51 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


COMBINATION  82  BOOKCASES 


36  Point  Cond.  No.  51 


6^8  lbs.,  $4.25 


AICIEIT  8  EUEIITURE 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


TITLE 


:n^o.  52 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I^ine. 


19A  6  Point  Title  No.  52  Vt,  lb.,  $1.00 

A  CARELESS  PRINTER  MAKES  A 

GREAT  DEAL,  OF  UNNECESSARY  AVORK 

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18  A  10  Point  Title  No.  52        1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

i]s^coiipoiiatio:n^ 

BELLETUE    3   C0MPA:MES 


20  A  8  Point  Title  No.  52  1 K  lbs.,  $1.25 

TWENTY  THOUSAND 

LOUISIANA   CENTRAIj    ENGINES 

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12  A  12  Point  Title  No.  52  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

CALIFORNIA^ 
CHESTER  2  COUNTY 


LIGHTFAOE 


NUMBEK  54 


Weiglits  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Lii 


21  A  6  Point  Lightface  No.  54         K  lb.,  $1.00 

PAPER  ENGINE  WHEELS 

THE  GREAT  WESTERN  RAILROAD  TRALNS 

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18  A  10  Point  Lightface  No.  54    1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

BOOTS  AI^D  SHOES 
LEATHER  8  MERCHANTS 


22  A  8  Point  Lightface  No.  54      \V^  lbs.,  $1.25 

WEATHER  REPORTS 

BEAUTIFUL  MORNING  SUNSHINE 

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12A 


14  Point  Lightface  No.  54     2M  lbs.,  $1.75 


BUILDING 
ROUND  6  HOUSE 


18  Point  Lightface  No.  54 


3'/l'6  lbs.,  $2.00 


GRADUATES  EXERCISES 
HAI^DSOMEST  46  PROaRAMMES 


20  Point  Lightface  No.  54 


3%  lbs.,  $2.25 


PUBLISHING  34  COMPANIES 


8A 


24  Point  Lightface  No.  54 


4'/f6  lbs.,  $2.60 


CHEMICAL  86  STUDENTS 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


TITL.es  no.  9 


I 

J^M        16 A  30a  5%  Point  Title  No.  11         \%  lbs.,  $2.00 

MARVKLOVS  AXTICS  PERFORMED 
Balloon    AsoeiifSiioii    with    Paractiiite    Descent 

f._ 
ISA  34a  6  Point  Title  No.  9         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

GREAT  NATIONAL  BALL  GAIflKS 
]VIercIiants  and  Meehanics  8  Weekly  Joiirnal 

16  A  32  a  8  Point  Title  No.  9  2M  lbs.,  $2.25 

PAI5JTERS  AX»  SCULPTORS 

Charcoal  Picture  S  IValnut  Framed 


Al^D  XO.  1 1 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ine. 


16  A  33  a  5]4  Point  Title  No.  9        iK  lbs.,  $2.00 

6REAX  "WESTERN  FOTJNBRY 

Headquarters  for  Superior  Copper-Mixed  Type 

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16  A  32  a  7  Point  Title  No.  9  2  lbs.,  $2.25 

PKOPI.K  ArWI>  COUI^XKIES 

Journey  Xlirougfli  3  Iterlin  Grermany 

ISA  36a  9  Point  Title  No.  9  2%  lbs.,  $2.50 

HAPPY  HUWTI^G  OROUXDS 

Hunters  Trapping  4  Bear  and  Deer 


10  Point  Title  No.  9 


3'Ai  lbs.,  $2.50 


COXSOIilDATED  EXGL.ISH  CORPORATIONS 

Wholesale  Dealers  in  Eiis:lish  45  French  and  German  Rroadcloth 


TWO-LINE  LETTERS    c^j^    NO.  55,  56  AND  58 


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


18  A  10  Point  Two-line  No.  55        1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

THE  DEFEATED  RUSSIANS 

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16  A  12  Point  Two-line  No.  5S         2'/i6  lb.,  $1.50 

PRINTING   4   PRESSES 

12A  16  Point  Two-line  No.  56        2%  lbs.,  $1.85 

NORTH  5  POUND 

9  A  24  Point  Two-line  No.  56        3%  lbs..  $2.50 


ISA  12  Point  Two-line  No.  55  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

COUNTRY  DRUGGISTS 

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16A  14  Point  Two-line  No.  55        2J4  lbs.,  $1.75 

CHINESE  3  EMBLEM 

11  A  IS  Point  Two-line  No.  56  3  lbs.,  $2.00 

PUNT  A  3  GORD  A 

6A  30  Point  Two-line  No.  56        4'?i6  lbs.,  $3.10 


FINE  2  BIRD      RED  2  INK 


36  Point  Two-line  No.  56 


6^  lbs.,  $4.00 


CHINA  65  BOWL 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


.53 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


TITLES  AND 


TITLE  ITALICS 


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


17  A  34  a  5M  Point  Title  No.  10  iK  lbs.,  $2.00 
CANOEING  ALONG  THE  CEDAR  RIVER 

Reveals  Much  Beauty  of  Bright  Water  and  Grass 
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20  A  38  a  7  Point  Title  No.  10  2  lbs.,  $2.25 

MANY  PEOPLE  AND  COUNTRIES 

Were  Visited  by  Great  Ships  Last  Year  572 

18  A  37  a  9  Point  Title  No.  10  2K  lbs..  $2.50 

CHICAGO  RACE  COURSE 
Decided  they  would  67  Hold  June  Meet 


20  A  41  a  6  Point  Title  No.  10  l»/i6  lbs.,  $2.00 

ANNUAL,  CONGRESS  PROCEEDINGS 

National  United  Prison  Association  Transactions 

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16  A  34  a  8  Point  Title  No.  10  2%  lbs..  $2.25 

PORTRAIT  PAINTERS 

Charcoal  Drawings   57   Oil  Paintings 

15  A  32  a  10  Point  Title  No.  10  3'/t6  lbs.,  $2.50 

MUSICAL  MEASURES 
Several  Popular  431  Song  Hits 


12  A  24  a 


12  Point  Title  No.  10 


3K  lbs..  $2.75 


UNITED  STATES  PRINTING  INDUSTRIES 
Modern  Machines  Superior  52  Type  Careful  Workmen 


17  A  32  a  6  Point  Title  No.  53  Mb  lbs.,  $2.00 

DO  NOT  THINK  THAT  ALL  THE  IMPROVEMENTS  HAVE  BEEN  MADE 

Upon  tlie  Two-revolution  Press  for  a  large  Per  cent  of  tlie  Best  Printing  Is  Done  on  a  Drum 

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21  A  41  a       6  Point  Title  Italic  No.  10        1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

WASHINGTON  AND  HIS  GENERALS 

Lives  of  Signers  of  the  Declaration  of  Independence 

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18  A  36  a        9  Point  Title  Italic  No.  10        2'?i'6  lbs.,  $2.50 

MEMBERS  OF  CONGRESS 
Delegates  to  6827  Southern  Convention 


16  A  33  a        8  Point  Title  Italic  No.  10       2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

HISTORICAL  LITERATURE 

The  Obsolete  English  Words  Are  Many 
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15  A  29  a        10  Point  Title  Italic  No.  10      3'/f'6  lbs.,  $2.50 

TRAVELER  SPORTSMEN 

Nebraska  Hunting  789  Grounds 


12  A  23  a 


12  Point  Title  Italic  No.  10 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 
JJnequaled  Finish  and  786    Great  Lasting  Qualities 


16  A  32  a  6  Point  Title  Italic  No.  50  I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

THE  STAXPARD  AND  REGVLAR  DRIIU  C\L,INDER  BRESSES 

Are  Mandy  atid  £,end,  Themselves  Conveniently  to  Quick  Changes  of  Fortns  and  Short  Runs 

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BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


54 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


EXI>A^:NrDED 


:n^u]vibeii  4 


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


16  A  31  a         6  Point  Expanded  No.  4         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

REPORTS  from:  THE  BO.A.RD 

"Will    Be    Decided    the    First    of   tlie   IVToiitli 

1S3456T8DO 


14  A  28  a        10  Point  Expanded  No.  4       S'/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 

CANADIAN  HUNTERS 
United.   States  8  Gaixie   Laws 


17  A  34  a  8  Point  Expanded  No.  4         2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

SKETCHES  FROM   NATURE 

Mexicans    Rounding    Herds    of    Cattle 

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11  A  22  a        12  Point  Expanded  No.  4       3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

I^O^^ER  HOUSE 

Electrical  Q  Automobiles 


8  A  15  a  16  Point  Expanded  No.  4  AH  lbs.,  $3.00 

BEAUTIFULLY  ARRiLISraED 

Displaying  the  Best  3  Suramer  ISTeclv-wear 

5  A  10  a  20  Point  Expanded  No.  4  ►  5^  lbs.,  $3.40 

Haxidsomest  4  Pro2:ramraes 


3e:s:i*.4.tvi>i:i> 


]XXJ3J^]BEI«^  5 


Weiglits  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I^ii 


15  A  28  a         6  Point  Expanded  No.  5         I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

BUSINESS  AlVD  pi4I]VTER,S 

Northern    Pacific    Piailroad    Extended. 

1334507800 

12  A  21a        10  Point  Expanded  No.  5        3'/i'6  lbs.,  $2.50 

Crreen  Hills  4  of  Eng-lancl 


13  A  24  a  8  Point  Expanded  No.  5         2}i  lbs.,  $2.25 

THOSE  P»Or»XJLAIt  m:e]v 
Senatoi-ial  Caiivpaig*!!   Society 

10  A  17  a        12  Point  Expanded  No.  5       3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


16  Point  Expanded  No.  5 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


CONDENSED 


NUMBER  54 


Weights  and  Prices  griven  are  Approximate:  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ine. 


22  A  45  a  6  Point  Cond.  No,  54  1'/16  lbs.,  $2.00 

TEN  THOUSAND  TROOPS  IN  THE  FIELD 

The  Roar  of  a  Cannon  is  Heard  Distinctly  For  Miles 

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22  A  42  a  10  Point  Cond.  No.  54  3'/<6  lbs.,  $2.50 

GENERAL  MOSCARDO 
Will  Surrender  375  Thousand  Troops 

18  A  32  a  14  Point  Cond.  No.  54  A%  lbs.,  $3.00 

STOCK  EXCHANGE 
Good  Investments  Offered  58 

lOA  19a  20  Point  Cond.  No.  54  5  lbs.,  $3.35 

GEEAT  WESTEEN 
Irrigation  Company  231 


24  A  49a  8  Point  Cond.  No.  54  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

SPANIARDS  DRIVEN  NORTH 

Many  Fleeing  to  the  Mountain  for  Safety 

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20A  39a  12  Point  Cond.  No.  54  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SOLDIERS  RETREAT 
After  Burning  76  Small  Villages 

12  A  23  a  18  Point  Cond.  No.  54  4'?46  lbs.,  $3.25 

COUNTRY  MAIDEN 

Looked  For  5  Young  Men 

8  A  16  a  24  Point  Cond.  No.  54  5'^  lbs.,  $3.55 

SUBSTANTIAL 

Granite  Building  389 


30  Point  Condensed  No.  54 


6?16  lbs.,  $4.00 


CALIFOMIA  FRUIT  SEASON 
Employes  Thousands  32  of  Orange  Pickers 


36  Point  Condensed  No.  54 


7H  lbs.,  $4.35 


GOLDEN  STATE  RESOET 
Eestful  Eetreat  7  Lovely  Flowers 


48  Point  Condensed  No.  54 


10^  lbs.,  $6.30 


aiRDEI  PLAITS 
53  California  Nasturtiums 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


56 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


A  STEEL  CHASE 

ELECTRICALLY  WELDED 
FROM  SILVER-GLOSS  STEEL 


A  DESCRIPTION  OF  THE  ONLY 
PERFECT  CHASE  AND  THE 
METHOD  OF  ITS  MANUFACTURE 


BARNHAET  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 

ONE  HUNDRED  AND  EIGHTY  THREE 
TO  ONE  HUNDRED  AND  EIGHTY  SEVEN 
MONROE  STREET,  CHICAGO,  ILLINOIS 


CONDENSED 
NO.  54 


ASE. 


t  part  in  printing.  Not 
d  regular  in  all  respects 
lation  they  bear  to  each 
d  only  when  material  of 
Iful  workmen  employed 
ientiflcaUy  correct  and 
nvention  of  very  recent 
chases  its  first  use  dates 
for  this  modern  process 
would  have  been  out  of 
article  had  reached  the 
Now,  however,  bars 
Ided  with  mathematical 
are  the  chases  made  by 
rovement  would  appear 
the  printers'  equipment 
hich  of  late  years  have 
h  an  amazing  degree  of 
r  back  as  the  records  go 
been  the  material  from 
very  serious  objections 
on  is  to  brittle,  and  it  is 
ht  iron  has  always  been 
t  only  was  it  impossible 
first  place,  but,  because 
n  flexibility,  it  becomes 
he  manufacture  of  type 
etter  chases  imperative, 
t  of  the  eflFort  expended 
ment  would  be  wasted  a 
y  the  more  progressive 
e  very  nature  of  things 
base  when  the  welding 
old  method  of  welding 


unavoidably  bring  about  variations  in  width  of  bar;  the  outside  bars 
cannot  be  made  exactly  parallel,  and,  unless  they  are,  the  sides  and 
ends  cannot  be  at  right  angles.  Even  were  it  possible  to  make  a  hand- 
welded-and-hand-finished  chase  accurate  in  the  first  place,  it  would 
not  remain  so  long,  and  the  larger  the  chase  the  worse  the  trouble. 
The  deflection  caused  by  tight  lock-up  soon  becomes  permanent,  and 
lost  time  and  spoiled  work  follows  as  matter  of  course.  "  That  chase 
is  bowed"  is  heard  so  often  where  the  inferior  hand- welded  chases 
are  used  that  it  becomes  monotonous. 

Cast-iron  chases  are  furnished  with  platen  presses  mostly.  They 
are  seldom  true;  when  forms  are  locked  up  in  them  they  are  bound 
to  be  "springy,"  and  nothing  causes  more  lost  time  and  spoiled  work 
than  a  "springy"  form.    Cast-iron  chases  break  on  the  slightest  pro- 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LIGHTFAOE 


DUMBER  T 


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


20  A  38  a         6  Point  Lightface  No.  7         I'/fi  lbs.,  $2.00 

WILL,  YOU  BUY  A  NEWSPAPER 

The  Little  Fellow  Pressed  Before  me  Sobbing 

Have  a  Sister  Awful  Sick  at  our  Home 

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17  A  32  a         10  Point  Lightface  No.  7        i'Ab  lbs.,  $2.S0 

APRICOT  ORCHARDS 

Bananas  Oranges  Cherries  Pears 

Raspberries  643  Blackberries 


17  A  34  a  8  Point  Lightface  No.  7  2ji  lbs.,  $2.2S 

CABLE  AND  ELECTRIC 

Elevated  Railroads  and  Street  Cars 

Rapid  Transit  Very  Essential 

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16  A  30  a         12  Point  Lightface  No.  7       3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

REYOLUTIOXISTS 

Take  the  Future  as  it  Comes 

Calm  Your  Minds  6523 


18  Point  Lightface  No.  7 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


GERMAN  BOWLING- SOCIETY 

Amateur  Games  are  Played  Every  Saturday 
Billiard  Parlors  and  28  Card  Tables 


20  Point  Lightface  No.  7 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


CHICAGO  SUMMER  GARDEN 
Beautiful  Elow^ers  79  Many  Varieties 


24  Point  Lightface  No.  7 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


30  Point  Lightface  No.  7 


BEST  TYPE  MADE 
Superior  Copper-Mixed  185 


BENJAMIN  EEANKLIN 
Patrick  Henry  35  James  Monroe  | 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25  J 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


58 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LIGHTFAOE    c^^^^    I^UMBER  7 


MODERN    IDEAS 


Never  before  has  such  beavitlful  printing  been  done  as  is  being  turned  out 
at  the  present  time.  The  every-day  "work  of  the  modern  printer  excells  the 
choicest  products  of  a  tew  years  ago,  and  w^hen  an  attempt  is  made  now-a-days 
to  produce  something  extra  fine  the  result  is  often  nothing  short  of  marvelous. 
A  truer  conception  of  the  artistic,  and  facilities  greatly  improved  over  those 
at  the  printer's  disposal  in  former  years,  are  responsible  for  this  satisfying 
condition  of  things.  Type  faces  are  no  longer  noted  chiefly  for  their  f reakish- 
ness:  on  the  contrary,  designs  of  today  are  notable  for  genuine  artistic  excel- 
lence, and  they  are  of  a  nature,  as  a  rule,  that  w^ill  al^^rays  be  used.  Series  shown 
in  our  late  specimens  and  in  this  Specimen  Book  serve  admirably  to  show  the 
trend  of  modern  ideas  in  type  design. 

One  thing  of  decided  value  to  the  printer  desirous  of  doing  the  best  work  in 


SiDecimens  of 

Barnliart  Brothers  &  Spindler's 
Liglitface  l^o,  7  Series 


Cast  from  Superior  Copper-Mixed  Metal 
In  deep  cut  matrices  on  the  Point-Liine,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 

Lining  System 

Dividend  Paying  Type,  Borders,  Kule  and  Material. of  every  Description 


the  shortest  possible  time  is  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler's  Point-lining  system. 
Nothing  but  ordinary  leads  or  slugs  are  needed  for  the  lining  of  Point-line  faces 
on  different  bodies:  if  the  bodies  agree  in  size  the  faces  line  naturally. 

This  lining  system  is  a  far  reaching  improvement,  both  in  the  matter  of  sav- 
ing composition  time  and  the  Improved  appearance  of  the  finished  work.  In 
the  matter  of  time  on  -vrork  in  which  rules  are  to  be  lined  with  type  the  saving 
is  especially  noteworthy,  as  rules  may  be  lined  with  any  Point-line  system 
face  as  auickly  as  the  same  space  could  be  filled  "with  quads. 

In  a  word  the  improvement  brought  about  by  the  adoption  of  our  Point- 
lining  system  enables  the  office  having  type  so  cast  to  make  a  fair  profit  at 
prices  which  with  less  modern  facilities  would  mean  a  loss. 

It  should  be  the  aim  of  every  printer  to  replace  his  present  outfit  of  type 
with  Point-line  faces  as  rapidly  as  possible.  The  saving  in  composition  sure  to 
result  will  go  far  toward  paying  the  cost  of  the  change.  We  have  considerably 
more  than  2,100  separate  faces  cast  on  the  Point-lining  system,  to  which  addi- 
tions are  being  made  constantly.    The  variety  is  ample  for  every  need,  Includ- 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  59  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LINING 


ALDINE 


Weights  and  Prices  stiven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ii 


24  A  46  a  5  Point  Lining  Aldine  1  lb.,  $2.00 

NEW  DOOR  HIXOES  HAVE  RECENTLY  BEEN  INVENTED 

Kor  the  Sake  of  Thoso  Who  NeTer  Think  of  Closing  Doorii  After  Them 

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21  A  42  a  8  Point  Lining  Aldine  2 K  lbs.,  $2.25 

LOVELY  TEA  GOWNS  AND  HOUSE 
Dresses  Made  of  Silk  123  with  Artistic  Taste 

16  A  29a  12  Point  Lining  Aldine         3%  lbs..  $2.75 

WAREHOUSE  EIRESALE 

Great  Bargains  7  in  Dry  Goods 

8  A  16  a  20  Point  Lining  Aldine  4'?f6  lbs..  $3.25 

SUPERIORITY 

Pictures  83  Framed 


24  A  47  a  6  Point  Lining  Aldine  l%lbs..  $2.00 

THIS  DOOR  SHUTS  NOISELESSLY  WITHOUT 

Notice  And  Will  Hit  the  Person  Who  Fails  to  Close  it 

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18  A  36  a  10  Point  Lining  Aldine  3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.50 

BUY  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 
The  Best  Type  82  Made  in  the  World 

10A21a  18  Point  Lining  Aldine  4'5i6  lbs..  $3.25 

DISCONCERTED 

United  States  13  Soldier 

6  A  10  a  30  Point  Lining  Aldine  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 

BUILDING 

Male  5  Laborer 


36  Point  Lining  Aldine 


8'Xb  lbs..  $5.00 


EASTERN  PRODUCT 

Silks  Spices  83  Grrain  Coal 


42  Point  Lining  Aldine 


10%  lbs.,  $6.35 


NEAT  CLERKS 
Handsome  5  Neckwear 


48  Point  Lining  Aldine 


UK  lbs..  $7.65 


CELEBRATES 

National  2  Emblem 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


60 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  ALDINE 


2.10 


Great  Sale 
JVew  Tan 
Footwear 


The  finest,  most  complete  and  comprehen- 
sive line  of  Women's  and  Men's  new  Tan 
Shoes  and  Oxfords,  in  vici  kid,  Russia  calf 
and  seal  leathers,  from  the  latest  tan  to  the 
deepest  browns.  All  sizes  and  widths.  Made 
of  the  very  best  material  obtainable,  and  by 
master  workmen  in  the  modernly-equipped  fac- 
tory of  the  Wearwell  Shoe  Company. 

If  you  want  tan  shoes  that  contain  all  the 
elements  of  a  perfectly  designed  and  executed 
piece  of  footwear,  you  will  find  your  ideal  in 
this  stock. 

will  be  the  price  for  every  shoe  in  the  house — 
none  higher — and  the  first  come  will  get  the 
choice  of  all  we  have  in  the  store.  Come 
early,  to  avoid  the  rush. 


SATURDAY 


will  be  the  commencement  of  this  great  sale,  and  we  will  continue  it  until 

all  our  high  grade  stock  of  shoes  is  sold.     With  the  demand  for  low  shoes 

at  its  zenith,  the  diversity  of  styles  has  been  greatly  increased.    You  will  find 

the  very  best  styles  of  the  season's  favored  productions  represented  in  this 

immense  assortment  of  Women's  and  Men's  Shoes. 


BERT  SHELDEN  &  COMPANY 

486-492  South  Washington  Street 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


mm  mm 


COMMD  MIES 


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


30  A  58  a      6  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

OUT  WHERE  THE  SILVERY  COLORADO  WENDS  ITS  WAY 

When  The  Snn  Set  Torns  the  Oceans  Beautifal  Bine  to  a  (iolden  Hue 

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30  A  65  a    10  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.    S'/fb  lbs.,  $2.50 

PROfiRESSIVE  IS  THE  PRINTER  WHO  LOOKS 
After  His  Cnstoiner  and  Workmen  as  Well  as  Himself  324 


24A  48a     14  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.    4%  lbs.,  $3.00 

STYLISH  MIILIERY  EMPORIUMS 
Latest  Hats  from  46  to  One  Hundred  Dollars 


16  A  3!  a    18  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.    4'?i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

SWEET  BLUSHING  DAMSELS 
Continually  Walk  the  Streets  0112 


29  A  63  a      8  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.    2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

m\m  FORGET  THAT  A  SATISFIED  CUSTOMER 

Will  I'ndoubtedly  FroTe  Advantageons  to  any  Established  Firm 

12^1^7890 

26  A  51  a     12  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

THE  mnmu  mmmE  mmm 

President  Secretary  Vice  President  and  Agent  46 

20  A  37  a     16  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.    4%  lbs.,  $3.00 

GERMAN  OFFICERS  CONNAND 
Regiments  of  1457  Disciplined  Soldiers 

10  A  21a     24  Point  Lining  Aldine  Cond.     5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

SEIOR  PODUM 
Escaping  Lord  Courtney  98 


8  A  16  a 


30  Point  Lining  Aldine  Condensed 


6%  lbs.,  $4.00 


lliVERSAL  UTHOGeAPHIHCI  MPAB 
Convention  Is  In  talon  704  Menilien  are  Present 


35  Point  Lining  Aldine  Condensed 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


Arlskratic  Foreigners  ImiiiigratiDg  4S 


6A  11a 


48  Point  Lining  Aldine  Condensed 


10%  lbs.,  $6.25 


8 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


TITLE   <^^5   NO.  5 


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


lOA  21  a  18  Point  Title  No.  5  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

SCHOOL  OF  TECHNICAL  PRINTING 

Instructors  of  Adwriting  63  and  Commercial  Printing 
English  and  French  Technical  Printing  School 

7  A  14  a  24  Point  Title  No.  5  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

NORTH  DIVISION  CADET 

Cariingtons  Second  23  Grade  Academies 
Seniors  and  Juniors  Baseball  Game 

5  A  10  a  30  Point  Title  No.  5  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 

COMMEIS^CEMEI^T 

School  Board  75  Representative 


36  Point  Title  No.  S  8%  lbs.,  $5.10 


REPRESENTING 

Minnesota  89  Universities 

4  A  6  a  48  Point  Title  No.  5  UVs  lbs.,  $7.65 

EXERCISES 
October  16  Sixteen 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  63  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


EXTRA  CONDENSED 


NUMBER  56 


Weiffhts  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.    Cast  on  Uniform  I.ine. 


28  A  58  a         8  Point  Ex.  Cond.  No.  56         Wa  lbs.,  $2.2S 

WHEN  A  MAN  HAS  SOUGHT  A  TRAIN  OF  THOUGHT  WE  ARE 

Not  Surprised  That  he  is  Quite  Carried  Away  by  the  Force  of  his  Ideas 

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24  A  49  a        12  Point  Ex.  Cond.  No.  56       3 Mi  lbs.,  $2.75 

CHIRP  AND  FLUTTER  OF  BLUE  BIRDS 
Wild  Brooklets  Babblins;  Down  The  Mountain  Side  890 


9A  19a         30  Point  Ex.  Cond.  No.  56         5%  lbs.,  $4.00 


Growing  in  27  Summer  Gardens 


26  A  50  a        10  Point  Ex.  Cond.  No.  56        2%  lbs.,  $2.50 

HISTORY  OF  THE  UNITED  STATES  AND  GERMANY 

Taken  From  the  Weekly  Newspapers  and  Original  Documents 

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ISA  34  a       18  Point  Ex.  Cond.  No.  56       A'Xo  lbs.,  $3.25 

PRINTERS  FINE  MATERIAL 
Printing  Presses  Stands  Cabinets  Cutters  981 

14  A  25  a       20  Point  Ex.  Cond.  No.  56       A'At  lbs.,  $3.25 

ILLINOIS  AND  KENTUCKY 
Consolidated  American  Corporation  65 


6A  lla 


36  Point  Extra  Condensed  No.  56 


55'8  lbs.,  $4.30 


COLDMBUS  EXPdSITIflN  DIRECTORS 
Tliirtysixtli  Aiinifwsary  Discovery  (if  Anierioa  31) 


8A  12a 


42  Point  Extra  Condensed  No.  56 


7%  lbs..  $5.25 


iakioff  Preparations  59  Coonty  Esliiiioiis 


54  Point  Extra  Condensed  No.  56 


10%  lbs.,  $7.50 


MD  sraiR 

iiaW !» Caiia 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


64 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE  BODY 
AND  JOB  FACES 

CAST  FROM  SUPERIOR 
COPPER-MIXED  METAL 
ON  THE  POINT-LINE, 
POINT-SET,  POINT- 
BODY   LINING   SYSTEM 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 


ST.  PAUL,  MINN. 
Minnesota  Type  Foundry  Co. 

ST.  LOUIS.  MO. 
St.  Louis  Printers  Supply  Co. 

DALLAS.  TEXAS 
The  Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 


TYPE  FOUNDERS 

CHICAGO 


WASHINGTON.  D.C. 
Southern  Printers  Supply  Co. 

SEATTLE,  WASH. 

Pacific  Printers  Supply  Co. 


KANSAS  CITY.  MO. 
Great  Western  Type  Foundry 

OMAHA.  NEB. 
Great  Western  Type  Foundry 

NEW  YORK  CITY,  N.  Y. 
Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


65 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^H^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-jwlnt  leads. 


5  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

Th  K  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line, 
and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  th.it  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be 
lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 
because  of  tlie  necessity  of  having  to  use  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  Ijetween  the 
various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work  ;  hence 
the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now.  thanks  to  the  I'niform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended 
for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point- Body  Lining  System  embodies  the 
following  well  known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform- Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  maiority  of  faces  are  cast 
All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned 
descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces 
will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification  :  and,  by  tlie  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily 
made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or 
a  multiple  thereof.  Text- Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  tlie  like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for 
typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or 
a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  can  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in 
the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily. 
Cap-Line. — For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with 
each  other  at  the  bottom  without  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  from  the  smallest  size  to  36-point  line  with  each  other 
at  the  bottom  without  any  justification.  All  42-point  and  larger  Cap-I-ine  faces  line  with  each  other  without  any  justification. 
All  Cap- Line  faces  in  bodies  from  the  smallest  to  36-point  will  line  with  42-point  and  larger  sizes  by  the  use  of  a  2-point 
lead.  All  Cap- Line  faces,  too,  may  be  lined  with  any  Uniform-Line  or  Text- Line  face  with  ordinary  point-lead  justification, 
the  same  as  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  lined  together,  and  with  no  loss  of  time  whatever.  The  thinking 
printer  upon  reading  the  above  can  not  but  be  convinced  of  the  superior  features  offered  in  the  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  We  claim  that  in  inter-body  lining  combinations,  the  greatest  use  of 
2-point  lead  is  an  important  item  to  be  considered.  Deep  cut  matrices,  which  insure  deep  counters  and  shoulders,  so 
necessary  for  electrotyping,  stereotyping,  and  good  presswork,  are  used  in  the  casting  of  all  Uniform-Line  system  type. 
Properly  proportioned  descenders,  cast  entirely  on  the  body,  is  another  feature  peculiar  alone  to  the  Barnhart  Lining  System. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  ems. 


6  Point  Caslon  Old  Style 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set.  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type 
that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the 
body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper 
and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and 
rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary 
now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for 
work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line.  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies 
the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 
of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so 
placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest 
to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification;  and,  by  the 
use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of 
cases  the  difiFerence  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line.  — For  such  faces  as 
Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point 
line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text 
Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform 
Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily.  Cap-Lne.  —  For 
Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with  each 
other  at  the  bottom  without  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  from  the  smallest  size  to  ,16-point  line  with  each 
other  at  the  bottom  without  any  justification.  All  42-point  and  larger  Cap-Line  faces  line  with  each  other  with 
out  any  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  in  bodies  from  the  smallest  to  36-point  will  line  with  42-point  and 
larger  sizes  by  the  use  of  a  2-point  lead.     All  Cap-Line  faces,  too,  may  be  lined  with  any  Uniform-Line  or  Text 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  1,3  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  66  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^S^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


6  Point  Old  Style  No.  1 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of 
our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance, 
in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance 
of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name 
will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other 
and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessarj-  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  |and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this 
kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the 
following  well  known  and  tried  lines :  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 
of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line 
is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning, 
from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  ody  for  body  without 
justification;  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all 
other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a 
multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts  or  the  like,  where  a  long  descender  is 
cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the 
Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with 
any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies 
are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily.  Cap  Line. — For  Title,  Two-line,  and 
other  faces  -without  lower  case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with  each  other  at  the 
bottom  without  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  from  the  smallest  size  to  36-point  line  with  each  other 
at  the  bottom  without  any  justification.  All  42-point  and  larger  Cap-Line  faces  line  with  each  other 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  eras. 


6  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unvavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a 
legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in 
which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work; 
hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer 
is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros. 
&  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known 
and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line.  —  The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so 
placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning, 
from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  with 
out  justification;  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line 
with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points 
or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  longer 
descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always 
varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may 
be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform 
Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily. 
Cap-Line. — For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the 
■same  bodies  line  with  each  other  at  the  bottom  without  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  from  the 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z  WJ4,  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT- BODY  67  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    ^^S^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


6  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  matter  of.lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line, Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be 
lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because 
of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of 
alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of 
the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different 
faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense 
is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to 
pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros. 
&  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following 
well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line.— The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the 
majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as 
the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can 
be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All 
Unform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification,  and,  by 
the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other 
sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two 
points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line.— For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the 
like,  where  a  longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established 
a  point-line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a 
multiple  thereof.     Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  17  1-6  eras. 


6  Point  Elzevir  No.  5 

The  matter  of  liningr  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Liningr  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing'  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  brinffing-  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in 
lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type 
is  not  available.  Take  a  legral  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such 
expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to 
pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining:  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and 
tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. —  The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman. and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is 
so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of 
kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body 
for  body  without  justification,  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be 
readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line 
between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line.— For  such  faces  as 
Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have 
established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a 
multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform 
Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to 
aligrnment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily.    Cap-Line.— For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  5-6  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  68  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE 


BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


6  Point  Old  Style  No.  70 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining-  System.  This  system  saves  the 
printer  manj"-  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing-  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line, 
and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with 
the  letter  selected  for  the  bodj'  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and 
rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work  ;  hence  the  time 
spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment. 
All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is 
enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros, 
&  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following-  well 
known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority 
of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders, 
etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon 
the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will 
line  tog-ether  body  for  body  without  justification,  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs, 
one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the 
difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — 
For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical 
effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform 
Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with 
any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap  Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on 
different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily.    Cap-Line. — 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  16)^  eras. 


6  POINT  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as 
well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the 
work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of 
the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send 
out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule 
is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  AH  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform 
Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this 
kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies 
the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which 
the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the 
leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely 
upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will 
line  together  body  for  body  without  justification,  and,  by  the  use  of  pOint  leads  or  slugs,  one  size 
body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference 
in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — For  such  faces 
as  Scripts,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have 
established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform  Line  two  points  or  a 
multiple  thereof.  Hence  anj^  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform 
Line  or  Cap  Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to 
alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily.  Cap-Line. — For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces 
without  lower  case.    All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with  each  other  at  the  bottom 

Lower  case  alphabet  a  to  z,  15>^  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


*6  Point  Old  Style  No.  200 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  of  a  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as 
well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of 
the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old  system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send 
out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is 
a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line 
type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the 
following  well  known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line. — The  Point-Line  in  each  body  to  which  the 
majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders, 
etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the 
body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line 
together  body  for  body  without  justification;  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body 
can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line 
between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line — For  such  faces  as  Scripts, 
Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a 
point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform  Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof. 
Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line 
in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the 
result  is  attained  as  easily.  Cap-Line. — For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case. 
All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with  each  other  at  the  bottom  without  justification. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15J^  ems. 
*This  face  matches  Linotype  Ronaldson  Series. 

6  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3 

The  matter  of  liningr  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining:  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing:  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  brintring:  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining'  rule 
with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining-  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  leg^al  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larg:er  type  that  beg^in  paragraphs, 
as  well  as  some  othres,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body 
of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having- only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because 
of  the  necessity  for  using"  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring"  about  even  a  semblance  of  alig^nment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willing'ly  send  out  slip-shod  work,  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining"  different  faces  with  each 
other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now, 
thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point 
Body  Lining"  System  embodies  the  following"  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line.— The 
Point-Line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are 
cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned 
descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning",  from  smallest  to  larg:est 
size.  AH  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  tog"ether  body  for  body  without  justification,  and 
by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slug"s,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other 
sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points 
or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts  or  the  like,  where  a  long" 
descender  is  cut  for  typog"raphical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always 
varying:  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face 
may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that 
Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  broug:ht  to  alig:nment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as 
easily.    Cap-Line.— For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.    All  Cap-Line 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  15  5-6  ems. 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  70  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^^»:>    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


7  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  t)'pe  is  so  important  tliat  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great 
loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the 
work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 
because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type, 
and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of 
this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line. — The 
point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast,  All  Roman  and 
body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed 
that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free 
of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform  Line  cast  faces  will  line 
together  body  for  body  without  justification;  and,  "by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs, 
one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.     In  the  majority  of 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  li}i  ems. 


7  Point  Old  Style  No.  .58 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of 
the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type :  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about 
even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time 
spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line'  type, 
and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of 
this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-line,  Point-set,  Point-body  Lining 
System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line.  —  The 
point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body 
faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that 
properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning 
from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body 
for  body  without  justification;  and  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  can 
be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.     In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  15  1-7  eras. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  71  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^B^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


8  Point  Caslon  Olb  Style 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point- Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type 
on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body 
of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about 
even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment. 
All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-line  type,  and  the 
printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System 
embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line 
in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are 
cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly 
proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from 
smallest  to  largest  size.     All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13^4  ems. 


8  Point  Oij)  Style  No.  1 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  sj-stem  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  work.  Ever}'  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces 
with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to 
pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  & 
Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well 
known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  bod}'  to  which  the 
majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the 
leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast 
entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform 
Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification,  and,  by  the  use 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  72  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


i 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to 
say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining 
type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in 
larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in 
which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send 
out  slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each 
other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is 
enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point- Line,  Point- Set,  Point- Body  Lining 
System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — 
The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.     All 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  U}^  ems. 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well 
as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the 
body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between 
type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  .name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod 
work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  is  a  matter  of 
serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line 
type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for 
work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point 
Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform 
Line.  —  The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All 
Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line 
Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13X  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY  73  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^^»5    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two  point  leads. 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.  tO 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and 
in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for 
using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy 
of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent 
in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform 
Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well 
known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to 
which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.     All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  143^  ems. 


8  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with 
the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of 
the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance 
of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No 
printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work  ;  hence 
the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a 
matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks 
to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 
heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following 
well-known  and  tried  lines :  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to 
which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast 
on   this   line,   as  well   as  the   leaders,   etc.       This  line   is  so  placed  that 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  UJ^  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  74  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^S^B^    BODY  FACES 


II 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


*8  Point  Old  Style  No.  100 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System. 
This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type, 
and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is 
not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 
because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work ;  hence 
the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a 
matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to 
the  Uniform-line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 
heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following 
well-known  and  tried  lines  :  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to 
which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.     All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  UK  ems. 
*This  face  matches  Linotype  Old  Style  No.  1  Series.  f 


8  Point  Elzevir  No.  .5 

The  master  of  linhig  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type 
on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body 
of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring 
about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type 
and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work; 
hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a 
matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the 
Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point 
Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines: 
Uniform-Line. —  The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.    All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  IZ%  ems. 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  75  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^W^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


8  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  3 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  sliould  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well 
as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the 
body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between 
type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod 
work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule 
is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to 
the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 
expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point 
Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well  known  and  tried  lines: 
Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc. 
This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  decenders  can  be  cast  entirely 
upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.     All  Uniform-Line 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13%  ems. 


9  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  tirhe,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined 
as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is 
a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now, 
thanks  to  the   Uniform-Line   type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to 

Lower  case  alphabet  a  to  z,  U  4-9  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  S-PINDLER'S  76  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE 


BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


9  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point- Line,  Point- Set,  Point- Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be 
lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  card 
board  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different 
faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such 
expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform- Line  type,  and  the  printer 
is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,    Point-Set,    Point-Body  Lining 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12%  ems. 


9  Point  Old  Style  No.  70 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining-  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing-  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bring-ing-  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining-  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  g-reat  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining-  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  leg-al  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larg-er 
type  that  beg-in  parag-raphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and 
in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using- 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring-  about  even  a  semblance  of  alig-nment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willing-ly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining-  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is 
a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now, 
thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14)^  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


77 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


6ld  style  c^^^  body  faces 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


9  Point  Old  Stylk  No.  90 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining-  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing-  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bring-ing-  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining-  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining-  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  leg-al  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larg-er  type  that 
beg-in  parag-raphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having-  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using-  paper  and  card 
board  to  bring-  about  even  a  semblance  of  alig-nment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name 
will  willing-ly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining- 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform 
Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  U  2-9  ems. 


10  Point  Caslon  O.  S. 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in 
lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the 
work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass-rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours 
of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  card 
board  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different 
faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All 
such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  78  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


10  Point  Old  Style  No.  1 

THE  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to 
bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly 
send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces 
with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.     All  such 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  12X  ems. 


10  Point  Old  Style  No.  .58 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  System  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Ever}'  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as 
well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the 
letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 
cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between 
the  various  faces  and  between  t3'pe  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy 
of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;   hence  the 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  2-5  ems. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  79  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


10  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in 
larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be 
lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the 
work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the 
type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having 
only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance 
of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule. 
No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod 
work ;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other 

Lower  case  alphabet  a  to  z  13  ems. 


10  Point  Old  Style  No.  70 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point 
Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  S3"stem  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing-  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Ever}^  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule 
with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  t3"pe  that  begin  paragraphs, 
as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with 
the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  t^^pe;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessit}^  for  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worth)^  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13K  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  80  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^5    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


10  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  matter  of  lining'  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  w^ork.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  liningtype  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance, 
in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at 
his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  card 
board  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the 
various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of 
the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11  ems. 

*10  Point  Old  Style  No.  100 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  card 
board  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will 
willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  4-5  ems. 
*This  face  matches  Linotype  Old  Style  No.  1  Series. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  81  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    c^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


10  Point  Elzevir  No.  5 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be 
familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point- Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and 
in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type :  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for 
using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy 
of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work ;  hence  the  time  spent 
in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform 
Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  ems. 


10  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take 
a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass-rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name 
will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining 
different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  82  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^m^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


11  Point  Old  Style  No.  1 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance, 
in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his 
disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard 
to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various 
the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.     No  printer  worthy 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12)^  ems. 


11  Point  Old  Style  No.  58 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  witn  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Foint-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to 
line,  and  in  lining  rule  v^ith  type,  and  therefore  knows  the 
great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for 
using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance 

liOwer  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  7-11  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  83  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Unilonn  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


11  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing 
type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining 
type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be 
lined  with  the  type  ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 
because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring 
about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12K  ems. 


1 1  Point  Old  Style  No.  70 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining-  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing- 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  w^ork.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bring-ing-  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining-  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and 
cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  I'iX  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.   &  SPINDLER'S  84  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


11  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  matter  of  lining-  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining-  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing- 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bring-ing-  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining-  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  g-reat  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining-  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for   using  paper   and   cardboard  to   bring  about   even  a 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  U  ems. 


13  Point  Old  Style  No.  1 

« 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work..  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type 
is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which 
words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12%  ems. 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  85  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 
12  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System,  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be,  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type ;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,   because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12>i  ems. 


12  Point  Caslon  Old  Style 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to 
say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  begin  paragraphs, 
as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in 
which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type; 
hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13j4  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  86  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


12  Point  Old  Style  No.  70 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that 
every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Kvery  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type 
on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type, 
and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank, 
for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of 
the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be 
lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13>^  eras. 
12  Point  Old  Style  No.  90 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that 
every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near 
as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the 
type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the 
compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  ems. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  87  QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 
12  Point  Elzevir  No.  5 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old  system 
material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  M  ems. 


12  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point 
brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable 
time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z  13  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


m 


OLD  STYLE 


BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


14  Point  Caslon  Old  Style 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that 
every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of 
our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a 
dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  w^ork.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  of  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 
lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank, 
for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must 
be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  5-7  ems. 


14  Point  Old  Style  No. 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that 
printers  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System. 
This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line, 
and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type 
is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs, 
as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as 
may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  2-7  ems. 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE    ^^^K^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.    Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


14  Point  Elzevib  No.  5 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that 
every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details 
of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 
System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a 
dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different 
bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank 
for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be 
lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  3-7  ems. 


18  Point  Caslon  Old  Sttlb 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  impor- 
tant that  printers  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line, 
Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System. 
This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a 
dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  noth- 
ing of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble 
in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to 
line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12}i  ems. 


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I 


OLD  STYLE    C^^^    BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Lln^     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 
18  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important 
that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point 
Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore    knows    the    great    loss    of   time 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11)^  ems. 
18  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important 
that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point- Line,  Point-Set,  Point 
Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  vv^ork.  Every  printer  has  experienced 
trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  v/ith  type,  and 
therefore    knov/s   the    great   loss   of   time 


Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  11  2-9  ems. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  91  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


BODY  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


18  Point  Old  Style  No.  70 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so 
important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System .  It  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty 
of  his  w^ork.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type 
on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  lining 
rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in 
which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 
others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may 
be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the 
body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two 
point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with 
the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14!^  ems. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


92 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


THE   TOOLS  AND  USAGES   OF 

THE  EARLY  PRINTERS 

Types  made  without  any  System . . .  From  an  Adjustable  Mould..  .The  Appearance  of  Early 
Types . . .  Rudeness  of  Early  Composition . . .  Method  of  Dictation . . .  Fault»of  Composi- 
tors . . . Slowness  of  Improvement.. .  Construction  of  Hand- Press,  with  illustration. 

THE  types  of  the  fifteenth  century  were  made  without  system.  The  dimensions  of  each  body  and 
the  peculiarities  of  each  face  were  determined  chiefly  by  the  manuscript  copy  which  had  been 
selected  as  the  model.  No  printer  had  any  idea  of  the  advantages  to  be  derived  from  a  series  of 
regularly  graduated  sizes,  nor  of  the  beauty  of  a  series  of  uniform  faces,  nor  of  the  great  evils  they 
would  impose  on  themselves  and  their  successors  by  the  use  of  irregular  bodies.  Gutenberg's  larger 
bodies  were  irregularly  graduated  and  of  Pointed  Gothic  face;  his  smaller  bodies  were  not  separated  at 

E roper  distances,  and  were  of  Round  Gothic  face.  The  unknown  printer  had  four  faas  and  four 
odies  of  the  size  English.  Caxton  had  two  faces  and  two  bodies  each  of  the  sizes  Paragon,  Great- 
Primer  and  English.  The  types  of  many  printers  at  Paris  and  Venice  show  irregularities  of  body  which 
seem  inexplicable  to  the  modern  printer. 

A  classification  by  scale  of  the  types  of  any  printer  of  this  period  will  show  that  there  arc  often 
wide  gaps  between  the  larger,  and  confusing  proximities  between  the  smaller  bodies.  The  smallest  sizes 
which  I  have  met  in  any  book  of  the  fifteenth  century  are  in  the  Decretals  of  Gregory,  printed  in  black 
and  red  by  Andrew  Torresani  at  Venice  in  1498,  in  which  book  the  text  is  in  Bourgeois  and  the  sur- 
rounding notes  are  in  Brevier.  Nonpareil  was  first  made  by  Garamond  of  Paris  about  the  middle  of  the 
sixteenth  century.  Diamond  was  made  by  ]annon  of  Sedan  about  1625 .  Nothing  smaller  was  attempted 
until  1827,  when  Henry  Didot,  then  66  years  old,  cut  a  font  on  the  French  body  of  two  and  one- 
half  points — a  body  known  to  American  printers  as  Brilliant,  or  Half-Nonpareil — about  twenty-five 
lines  to  the  American  inch.  As  the  size  of  every  body  is  determined  by  the  mould  in  which  it  is  cast,  it 
would  seem  that  there  must  have  been  a  separate  mould  for  every  distinct  body.  (It  has  been  suggested 
that  these  distinct  bodies  were  founded  in  sand  moulds;  that  a  new  pattern  for  the  body  was  made  every 
time  a  new  font  was  cast;  and  that  the  irregularities  in  body  are  the  results  of  unintended  or  undetected 
variations  in  the  pattern.  But  this  hypothesis  cannot  be  accepted.  The  small  bodies,  the  sharp  edges, 
close  fitting-up  and  even  lining  of  the  types,  are  peculiarities  which  could  not  have  been  produced  by  a  sand 
mould.norbyamouldof  any  plastic  material.)  This  inference  isencumbered  with  fatal  objections.  The 
type-mould  of  hard  metal  is,  and  always  has  been,  a  very  expensive  tool,  and  it  cannot  be  supposed  that 
any  early  printer  made  two  or  four  moulds  for  one  body  when  one  mould  would 
have  served.  It  is  much  more  probable  that  he  tried  to  make  one  mould  serve 
for  two  or  more  bodies.  The  inventor  of  the  mould  may  have  thought  that 
it  should  be  constructed  with  adjustments,  so  that  it  should  cast  different  bodies 
as  well  as  different  widths  of  types.  The  practicability  of  a  mould  of  this  de- 
scription is  properly  demonstrated  by  the  old-fashioned  adjustable  mould  for 
irregular  bodies,  or  by  the  mould  used  for  casting  leads,  which  can  be  so  enlarged 
or  dimini«ted  that  it  will  cast  many  bodies  or  thicknesses.  If  we  suppose 
that  this  mould  was  used  by  Gutenberg  for  casting  the  two  bodies  of  the  Letters 
of  Indulgence,  and  by  the  unknown  printer  of  the  Netherlands  for  his  four 
bodies  of  English,  and  that  it  was,  of  necessity,  newly  set  or  adjusted  each  time 
a  new  font  was  cast,  we  shall  at  once  have  a  precise  explanation  of  irregular- 
ities which  are  unaccountable  under  any  other  hypothesis.    Casting  types 


',  i" 


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Set  Solid 


^ 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


93 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


without  the  system,  standards  and  gauges  which  modern  type-founders 
use,  it  is  not  surprising  that  the  first  printers  made  types  with  difference 
of  body.  It  was  the  impracticability  of  casting  in  this  primitive 
mould,  at  different  times,  types  of  uniform  body,  that  compelled  later 
type-founders  to  discard  it,  and  to  use  instead  a  mould  for  each  body. 
The  casting  of  the  types,  which  was  always  done  in  the  printing 
office,  was  then  adjudged  a  proper  part  of  a  printer's  trade.  The  earlier 
chroniclers  said  the  first  types  were  made  of  lead  and  tin.  The  Cost 
Book  of  the  Ripoli  Press  specifies  these  metals,  and  obscurely  men- 
tions another  which  seems  to  have  been  one  of  the  constituents  of 
type-metal.  If  this  conjecture  can  be  accepted,  types  were  probably 
made  in  the  fifteenth  century  as  they  are  now,  of  lead,  tin  and  antimony. 
Was  this  obscure  metal  antimony?  The  text  books  say  that  anti- 
mony was,  for  the  first  time,  set  apart  as  a  distinct  metal  in  1490,  by 
Basil  Valentine,  a  monk  of  Erfurt.  But  Madden  says  that  a  book 
supposed  to  have  been  printed  at  Cologne,  before  the  year  1473, 
plainly  describes  antimony  as  a  metal  frequently  used  and  much  abused  by  many  monks  of 
the  thirteenth  century  in  their  pharmaceutical  preparations.  Not  one  of  the  millions  of  types 
founded  during  the  fifteenth  century  has  been  preserved,  nor  is  there  in  any  old  book  an 
engraving  or  a  description  of  a  type.  This  neglected  information  has  been  unwillingly  furn- 
ished by  a  careless  pressman  in  the  office  of  Conrad  Winters,  who  printed  at  Cologne  in  1 476. 
This  pressman,  or  his  mate,  when  inking  a  slackly  justified  form,  permitted  the  inking  ball  to 
pull  out  a  thin-bodied  type,  which  dropped  sideways  on  the  face  of  the  form.  The  accident 
was  not  noticed;  the  tympan  closed  upon  the  form,  and  the  bed  was  drawn  under  the  platen. 
Down  came  the  screw  and  platen,  jamming  the  unfortunate  type  in  the  form,  and  embossing  it 
strongly  in  the  fibres  of  the  thick  wet  paper,  in  a  manner  which  reveals  to  us  the  shape  of 
Winters'  types  more  truthfully  than  it  could  have  been  done  even  by  special  engraving.  The 
height  of  this  type  is  a  trifle  less  than  one  American  inch.  It  agrees  exactly  with  the  old  French 
standard  (of  1723)  for  height  of  type,  which  was  ten  and  one-half  geometric  lines,  or,  by 
modern  French  measure,  24  millimetres.  The  sloping  shoulder,  or  the  beard,  as  it  was  once 
called,  was  made  to  prevent  the  blackening  of  the  paper,  for  it  would  have  been  blackened  if 
the  shoulder  had  been  high  and  square.  The  sloping  shoulder,  which  was  in  general  use  in 
the  first  quarter  of  this  century,  was  discarded  to  meet  the  requirements  of  the  new  art  of  stere- 
otyping. It  was  found  that  these  sloping  shoulders  made  projections  in  the  plaster  mould, 
which  imperiled  the  making  of  an  accurate  cast.  The  blackening  of  the  sheer  from  square 
shoulders  was  prevented  by  altering  the  mould  and  placing  the  shoulder  lower  on  the  body. 
The  circular  mark,  about  one-tenth  of  an  inch  diameter,  on  the  side  of  the  type,  was  firmly 
depressed  in  the  metal,  but  did  not  perforate  it.  As  this  type  had  no  nick  on  the  body,  it  is 
apparent  that  the  circular  mark  was  cast  there  to  guide  the  compositor.  When  the  type  was 
put  in  the  stick  with  the  mark  facing  outward,  the  compositor  knew,  without  looking  at  the 
face,  that  it  was  rightly  placed.  There  is  no  groove  at  the  foot.  Duverger  says  that  the  early 
types  had  no  jet  or  breaking-piece:  that  the  superfluous  metal  was  cut  off,  and  the  type  made 
of  proper  height  by  sawing.  These  details  may  seem  trifling,  but  they  are  of  important:  they 
show  that,  in  the  more  important  features,  the  types  of  the  early  printers  closely  resembled  ours. 
There  is  a  disagreement  among  bibliographers  about  the  quantity  of  types  ordinarily  cast 
for  a  font  by  the  early  printers.  Some,  judging  from  appearances  which  show  that  one  page 
only  was  printed  at  an  impression,  say  that  they  cast  types  for  two  or  three  pages  only;  others 
maintain  that  they  must  have  had  very  large  fonts.  That  the  latter  view  is  correct  seems  fully 
established  after  a  survey  of  the  books  known  to  have  been  printed  by  Zell,  Koburger,  Leeu, 
and  others.  It  would  have  been  impossible  to  print  these  books  in  the  short  period  in  which 
we  know  they  were  done,  if  the  printer  had  not  been  provided  with  abundance  of  types.    As 


10  Point  Lining  XV  Century 
Set  Solid 


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94 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


the  types  were  made  m  the  printing  office,  by  a  quick  method,  from  an  alloy  which 
could  be  used  repeatedly  for  the  same  purpose,  the  supply  was  rarely  limited  by  con- 
siderations of  expense.  Bernard  believes  that  Gutenberg  cast  for  the  Bible  of  ^2 
lines  at  least  1 20,000  types,  or  enough  for  two  sections,  or  forty  pages.  He  supposes 
that  twenty  pages  were  perfected,  and  ready  for  press  or  under  press,  while  the  suc- 
ceeding twenty  pages  were  m  the  compositor's  hands.  This  would  be  the  method 
adopted  by  the  modern  printer,  and  it  may  have  been  the  method  of  Gutenberg,  but 
it  is  probable  that  the  difficulties  connected  with  the  new  art  compelled  him  to  print 
the  book  more  slowly,  and  with  imperfect  system.  But  the  printers  who  followed 
him  certainly  used  quick  methods.  The  trades  of  compositor  and  pressman,  and 
possibly  that  of  type-caster,  were  kept  about  as  distinct  then  as  they  are  now.  There 
were  more  compositors  than  pressmen,  and  the  compositors,  says  Madden,  m  the 
heroic  age  of  printing,  were  not  boys,  but  men  of  education  and  intelligence.  The 
early  printers  who  were  taught  the  business  that  they  might  become  masters  had  to 
pay  a  premium  for  their  education.  Caxton  said  that  he  had  "practysed  6  learned  at 
[his]  grete  charge  and  dispense  to  ordeyne  this  said  booke  in  prynte."  In  the  brief 
time  that  they  gave  to  the  work,  their  education  must  have  been  more  theoretical  than 
practical.  As  the  branch  of  composition  required  the  largest  number  of  workmen, 
and  more  intelligence,  and  less  manual  labor  than  any  other,  it  was  usually  selected 
by  the  pupil  for  practice.  Of  type-casting  and  presswork  he  learned  no  more  than 
was  sufficient  to  enable  him  to  direct  the  labors  of  his  future  workmen.  The  knowl- 
edge of  the  trade  which  the  pupil  coveted  was  the  ability  to  practice  it  on  his  own 
account,  and  this  knowledge  was,  m  most  instances,  satisfactorily  acquired  when  he 
got  a  theoretical  knowledge  of  its  secret  processes. 

The  frequent  specifications  of  the  foremen  in  the  earliest  notices  of  printing 
shows  that  the  mould,  with  its  accompanying  matrices,  was  regarded  as  the  key 
to  the  knowledge  and  practice  of  the  art.  As  the  moulds  were  made  by  master 
mechanics,  not  bound  to  secrecy,  and  as  the  earlier  compositors  had  some  knowledge 
of  the  process  of  type-casting,  it  was  not  difficult  for  a  journeymen  to  become  a 
master  printer.  When  he  had  bought  a  type-mould  and  matrices,  he  could  go  to  any 
city  and  begin  to  print  books.  He  could  cast  types  and  mix  ink  as  he  needed  them;  he 
could  buy  paper  and  the  constituents  of  type-metal  in  any  large  town;  properly  in- 
structed, any  joiner  could  make  the  press.  Many  of  the  early  master  printers  practiced 
their  trade  for  a  few  years  in  one  place,  and  a  few  years  in  another, 
roving  about  from  town  to  town  with  a  seeming  indifference  to 
change  which  seems  unaccountable  to  the  modern  printer,  who 
knows  how  expensive  it  is  to  move  a  printing  office.  The  rovinj^ 
habits  of  the  masters  will  not  seem  so  strange  when  it  is  known 
that  the  equipment  of  the  early  office  was  simple,  and  that  the 
more  expensive  tools  could  be  carried  with  little  difficulty.  This 
illustration,  a  fac-smile  of  one  of  Amman's  engravings  of  a 
printing  office,  is  from  this  book  dated  1564.    The  case  for  the 


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type  is  of  one  piece  and  is  resting  on  a 
rude  frame.  All  the  boxes  are  repre- 
sented as  of  the  same  size,  but  this  is 
probably  an  error  which  is  frequently 
made  by  designers  of  this  day.  The 
engravings  of  cases  shown  by  Moxon 
haveboxesofunequalsize.  No  doubt, 
they  were  so  made  from  the  beginning, 
for  a  day's  experience  would  teach  any 
compositor  that  his  case  must  have  a  larger  box  for 
the  letter  e  than  for  the  letter  x.  In  this,  and  in 
many  other  early  illustrations  of  type-setting,  the 
compositors  are  seated  on  stools.  In  Italy  and  in 
Paris,  women  were  employed  as  compositors. 

The  early  stick  was  not  like  the  neatly  finished 
iron  tool  of  our  time,  with  steel  composing  rule 
and  an  adjustable  screw  and  knee  adapting  it  to  any 
measure.  It  was  a  real  stick  of  wood,  a  home-made 
strip  of  deal,  with  the  side  and  end-piece  tacked  on. 
For  every  measure,  a  new  stick  or  retacking  of  the 
movable  piece  was  required.  The  date  of  the  intro- 
duction of  the  stick  cannot  be  fixed,  but  it  was  used, 
without  alteration  for  many  years,  by  the  printers 
of  all  countries.  It  is  possible  that  some  of  the  early 
printers  had  no  sticks.  The  peculiar  workmanship 
of  the  unknown  printer  and  of  Albert  Pfister  shows 
that  the  types  were  taken  direct  from  the  case  and 
wedged  in  mortised  blocks  of  wood  which  served 


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EXCERPT  FROM  THE  BIOGRAPHY  OF 

BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN 

'  ROM  my  infancy  I  was  passionately  fond  of  reading,  and  all  the  money 
that  came  into  my  hands  was  laid  out  in  the  purchasing  of  books.  I  was 
very  fond  of  voyages.  My  6rst  acquisition  was  Banyan's  works  in  sepa- 
rate little  volumes;  I  afterwards  sold  them  to  enable  me  to  buy  Burton's 
Historical  Collections.  They  were  small  chapmen's  books,  and  cheap; 
forty  volumes  in  all.  My  father's  little  library  consisted  chiefly  of  books 
in  polemic  divinity,  most  of  which  I  read.  I  have  often  regretted  that, 
at  a  time  when  I  had  such  a  thirst  for  knowledge,  more  proper  books, 
had  not  fallen  in  my  way,  since  it  was  resolved  I  should  not  be  bred  to 
divinity.  There  was  among  them  Plutarch's  Lives,  which  I  read  abun- 
dantly,  and  I  still  think  that  time  spent  to  great  advantage.  There  was 
also  a  book  of  Defoe's  called  An  Cssay  on  Projects,  and  another  of  Dr.  Mather's  called  An 
Elssay  to  do  Good,  which  perhaps  gave  me  a  turn  of  thinking,  that  had  an  influence  on  some 
of  the  principal  future  events  of  my  life.  ^This  bookish  inclination  at  length  determined 
my  father  to  rnake  me  a  printer,  though  he  had  already  one  son,  James,  of  that  profession. 
In  1717  my  brother  James  returned  from  England  with  a  press  and  letters  to  set  up  his  busi- 
ness in  Boston.  I  liked  it  much  better  than  that  of  my  father,  but  still  had  a  hankering 
for  the  sea.  To  prevent  the  apprehended  effect  of  such  an  inclination,  my  father  was  im- 
patient to  have  me  bound  to  my  brother.  I  stood  out  some  time,  but  at  last  was  pursuaded  and 
signed  the  indenture  when  I  was  yet  but  twelve  years  old.  I  was  to  serve  an  apprenticeship 
till  I  was  twenty-one  years  of  age,  only  I  was  to  be  allowed  journeyman's  wages  during  the 
last  year.  ^In  a  little  time  1  made  a  great  progress  in  the  business,  and  became  a  useful 
hand  to  my  brother.  1  now  had  access  to  better  books.  An  acquaintance  with  the  apprentices 
of  booksellers  enabled  me  sometimes  to  borrow  a  small  one,  which  I  was  careful  to  return 
soon,  and  clean.  Often  I  sat  up  in  my  chamber  reading  the  greatest  part  of  the  night,  when 
the  book  was  borrowed  in  the  evening  and  to  be  returned  in  the  morning,  lest  it  should  be 
missing.  ^After  some  time  a  merchant — an  ingenious,  sensible  man,  Mr.  Matthew  Adams, 
who  had  a  pretty  collection  of  books — frequented  our  printing-office,  took  notice  of  me.  and 
invited  me  to  see  his  library,  and  very  kindly  proposed  to  lend  me  such  books  as  I  chose  to 
read.  4 1  now  took  a  strong  inclination  for  poetry,  and  wrote  some  little  pieces.  My  brother 
supposing  it  might  turn  to  account,  encouraged  me,  and  induced  me  to  compose  two  occas- 
ional ballads.  One  was  called  The  Light-House  Tragedy,  and  contained  an  account  of  the 
shipwreck  of  CaptainWorthilake  with  his  two  daughters ;  the  other  was  a  sailor  song,  on  the 
taking  of  the  famous  Teach,  or  Blackbeard,  the  pirate.  They  were  wretched  stuff,  in  street 
ballad  style;  and  when  they  were  printed  my  brother  sent  me  about  the  town  to  sell  them. 
The  first  sold  prodigiously,  the  event  being  recent  and  having  made  a  great  noise.  This 
success  flattered  my  vanity;  but  my  father  discouraged  me  by  criticising  my  performances 
and  telling  me  verse-makers  were  generally  beggars.  Thus  I  escaped  being  a  poet,  and  prob- 
ably a  very  bad  one;  but, as  prose  writing  has  been  of  great  use  to  me  in  thecourseof  my  life. 


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BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN 

and  was  a  principal  means  of  my  advancement,  I  shall  tell  you  how  in  such 
a  situation  I  acquired  what  little  ability  I  may  be  supposed  to  have  in  that 
way.  ^There  was  another  bookish  lad  in  the  town,  John  Collins  by  name, 
with  whom  I  was  intimately  acquainted.  We  sometimes  disputed,  and  very 
fond  we  were  of  argument,  and  very  desirous  of  confuting  one  another — ^which 
disputatious  turn,  by  the  way,  is  apt  to  become  a  very  bad  habit,  making 
people  often  extremely  disagreeable  in  company,  by  the  contradiction  that  is 
necessary  to  bring  it  into  practice ;  and  thence,  besides  souring  and  spoiling  the 
conversation,  it  is  productive  of  disgusts,  and  perhaps  enmities,  with  those  who 
may  have  occasion  for  friendship.  I  had  caught  this  by  reading  my  father's 
books  of  dispute  on  religion.  Persons  of  good  sense,  I  have  since  observed, 
seldom  fall  into  it,  except  lawyers,  university  men,  and  generally  men  of  all 
sorts  who  have  been  bred  at  Edinburgh.  ^A  question  was  once,  somehow 
or  other,  started  between  Collins  and  me  on  the  propriety  of  educating  the 
female  sex  in  learning,  and  their  abilities  for  study.  He  was  of  the  opinion 
that  it  was  improper,  and  that  they  were  naturally  unequal  to  it.  I  took  the 
contrary  side,  perhaps  a  little  for  disputes  sake.  He  was  naturally  more  elo- 
quent, having  a  greater  plenty  of  words,  and  sometimes,  as  I  thought,  I  was 
vanquished  more  by  his  fluency  than  by  the  strength  of  his  reasons.  ^As 
we  parted  without  settling  the  pmint,  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.  ^  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  p>ossible  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  siiit 
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.  ^  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.    ^  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.  ^While  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. ^I  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  oflF  the  sheets.  4  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.  4  It  was  found  in  the  morning, 
and  communicated,  to  his  writing  friends 


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18  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


4%  lbs.,  $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 


24  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


UNITED  STATES  CUSTOM  HOUSE  OFFICERS 

Frequently  Catch  Wealthy  Tourists  Smuggling  Valuables 

High  Tariff  on  Several  479  Foreign  Made  Articles 


30  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


6%  lbs.,  $4.00 


COLORADO  CALIFORNIA  WIOMING 

Three  Principle  Mining  States  of  the  Great  West 

Some  Mines  Pay  15  Dollars  per  Wee]( 


36  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


6Vs  lbs.,  $4.30 


^SI 


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Procuring  Muhk  82  Gems  lor  Presents 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    c^^^    COP.  NO.  50 


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


7  A   14  a 


42  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


8%  lbs.,  $5.25 


AUSTRALIA  Al  TASMASIA 
Ricli  Copper  Mines  72  Have  Been  Fnnnd 


6A  11a 


48  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


10?^  lbs.,  $6.25 


AFGHANISTAN  IMITATIONS 

Often  Deceives  M  Practiced  Eyes 


60  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


7%  lbs.,  $4.60 


PEARLS  GOLD  GARNET 

m  Eastern  3  Proicls 


72  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  50 


PRECIOUS  NUGG 


8%  lbs.,  $5.10 


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POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  105  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


• 


ELZEVIR   c^^K^   COND.  No.  50 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate ;  see  pa^e  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Uine. 


26  A  50a    10  Point  Elzevir  Cond.  No.  50    3'Ab  lbs.,  $2.50 

SUMMER  TIME  IN  NEW  YORK 


24  A  48  a     12  Point  Elzevir  Cond.  No.  50  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

THE  CRIMSON  AUTOMOBILE 


Coney  Island  Rockaway  and  North  Beach  Resorts      ,      Track  and  Road  Racers  and  Light  Runatouts' 


Where  the  Ocean  Waves  Roll  in  and  Out 
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Twenty-three  Thousand  Now  Ready 
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23  A  43  a  14  Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No   50  4^6  lbs.,  $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 

16  A  31  a  18  Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No.  50  4'5i6  lbs.,  $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%  lbs.,  $3.50 

EXTENSIVE  MINING  DISTRICTS  OF  COLORADO 

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


30  Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No.  50  6%  lbs.,  $4.00 


EIGHTEEN  EXPENSIVE  BUILDINGS 

Haedsoiiie  and  Very  Artistic  Floral  Decked  Apartmeots 
Finistied  in  Clierry  and  75  Quarter  Sawed  Oak 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  106  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ELZEVIR    c^^fe^   COND.  NO.  50 


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


36  Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No.  50  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


HONESTY  MAKES  SOBRIETY 
United  States  Great  84  War  Departmeot 


Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No.  50  10%  lbs.,  $6.30 


GRAND  SOCIAL  EVENT 

Crank  Bachelors  8  Not  Accepted 


60  Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No.  50  7f^  lbs..  $4.60 


NORTHERN  STEAMERS 
United  States  U  Leading  Mine 

3A  4  a  72  Point  Elzevir  Condensed  No.  50  S%  lbs.,  $4.95 

SALEABLE  GOODS 
Styles  P4  aid  Prices 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  107  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


NUMBER  ONE 


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


20  A  60  a  6  Point  Old  Style  No.  1        1%  lbs.,  $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'A(,  lbs.,  $2.50 

OLYMPIC  GAMES  AT  CHICAGO 
Almost  Equal  those  379  of  Ancient  Athens 


18  A  52  a         8  Point  Old  Style  No.  1  2%  lbs.,  $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%  lbs.,  $2.75 

STRENGTH  CONTESTS 
Trained  Muscle  354  Gains  Victory 


18  Point  Old  Style  No.  1 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


CONTINUAL  PHYSICAL  EXERCISE 

Developes  Iron  Muscle  823  and  Stimulates  Dull  Brains 


Small  Caps,  for  6  to  i8  inclusive  put  up,  in  separate  fonts  and  sold  as  follows:     6-Point,  22  A,  6  oz.,  50c. ;  8-Point,  18  A,  8  oz., 
50c. ;  lo-Point,  15  A,  10  oz.,  50c. ;  12-Point,  11  A,  11  oz.,  50c. ;  i8-Point,  6  A,  12  oz.,  55c. 


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


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

THIRTY  SECOND  REGIMENTAL 

Band  and  Scouts  Were  Stationed  at  Balanga 

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

THE  SHOT  AND  SHELL  ARE 

Thickest  in  the  Ammunition  Wagons 

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24  Point  Cosmos 


5'A  lbs.,  $3.50 


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


36  Point  Cosmos 


7'/f6  lbs.,  $4.35 


TOUGHNESS  AND  DURABILITY 

Excellent  Feature  86  Numerous  Rewards 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


.    108 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE 


COND.  NO.  52 


Catalogue  Sixteen 


The  Lotus  Carriage 
and  Automobile  Co. 


Designers 


Broughams 
Stanhopes 
Sulkies 


and 

Manufacturers 

of 


Runabouts 
Phaetons 
Surries 

Automobiles 


General  Office,  4385  North  Fifthwheel  Boulevard 
BRIDWELL 


POtNT  BORDER  NO. 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


109 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


COND.  NO.  52 


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


26  A  50  a      10  Point  O.  S.  Cond.  No.  52      3'^lbs.,  $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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20  A  38  a       12  Point  O.  S.  Cond.  No.  52     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

PALACES  AND  CASTLES 

Remain  Standing  in  Foreign  Lands 

Forever  Guarding  Dead  Heroes 

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12  A  25  a  18  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  52  4W6  lbs.,  $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^  lbs.,  $3.50 


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


30  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  52 


6?1'6  lbs.,  $4.00 


RELENTING  SPORTSMEN 

Seldom  Receive  8  Earned  Purse 


36  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  52 


7 lbs.,  $4.35 


SOMETIMES  ADVISERS 

Accept  Advice  7  From  Others 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    c^^fe^    COND.  NO.  52 


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


48  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  52  10%  lbs.,  $6.40 


OPERA  SINGER 

Hungarian  35  Composer 


60  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  52  10^  lbs.,  $6.30 


RESTAURANTS 
Sparrow  58  Potpies 


72  Point  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  52  n%  lbs.,  $7.8S 


CONFIDENCE 
Longer  6  Column 

POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  111  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  I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

BIG  SKELETON  IN  CRIMSON  INSTITUTE 

Scares  Preshmen  and  Sophomores  When  Out  For  a  Lark 

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23  A  43  a  10  Point  Design  3'/:6  lbs.,  $2.50 

DELIVERY  BY  ELECTRICITY 

Middle  State  Lightning  82  Express  Company 

8  A  15  a  24  Point  Design  5^  lbs.,  $3.50 

MONUMENTS 
Entomb  2  Monarchs 


25  A  48  a  8  Point  Design  2X  lbs.,  $2.25 

EXCURSIONS  TO  FOREIGN  COUNTRIES 

And  Often  Through  Furple  Midnight  Meteors  Flashed 

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

ECLIFSE  FREDICTED 
Shadows  of  the  56  Night  Appear 

12  A  22  a  18  Point  Design  4'5i'6  lbs.,  $3.25 

FURPLE  FLOWERS 
Dark  Grotto  23  Lone  Cave 


30  Point  Design 


6%  lbs.,  $4.30 


GORGEOUS  SOUVENIRS 
Eastern  Dramatic  7  Stock  Company 


35  Point  Design 


S'/ie,  lbs.,  $5.00 


SPORTSMEN  RETURN 
Graphic  Story  9  Rose  Garden 


54  Point  Design 


15  lbs.,  $9.00 


FROSFECTIYE 

Graduate  8  Designers 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


DESIGN 


SERIES 


1  SPRING  TOURS 

FOR  MEN  OF  LEISURE, 

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TIRED  MINISTERS,  ETC. 

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I        Pleasant  Journeys  to  New  Zealand,  The  Thiiippine  Islands, 

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BORDER    USED,    3    POINT    NO.    10 

Mexico.   Prom  this  time  canons  an 

d  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. 

POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


A^TIDE^  OI^IZ)    C^^^fe^    »Tr^r^I^E> 


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


12  A  24  a  8  Point  Wide  Old  Style         2M  lbs.,  $2.2S 

1  2  34.^0-7  800 


8  A  17  a  12  Point  Wide  Old  Style        3K  lbs.,  $2.75 


10  A  19  a  10  Point  Wide  Old  Style        3'At  lbs.,  $2.50 


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

F'oi'  86  Aden 


24  Point  Wide  Old  Style  SVt  lbs.,  $3.55 


BIO  SH:.fVI^TS 


30  Point  Wide  Old  Style  V^Ai  lbs.,  $4.50 


36  Point  Wide  Old  Style  95/4  lbs.,  $5.75 


Eis-ht  Q  Nline^ 


48  Point  Wide  Old  Style  H^i'e  lbs.,  $8.90 


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POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


115 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  FIFTEENTH    c^^^    CENTURY  SERIES 


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


8  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century 
24  A  47  a  2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

REMARKABLE  CARPET  BARGAINS 

Send  ns  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'/4  lbs., $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%  lbs.,  $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%  lbs.,  $3.25 

THE  EASTERN  LEATHER  COMPANY 

Ten  Thousand  Horses  Sold  in  23  New  York  Last  Month 

8A15a  24  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  5j^  lbs.,  $3.50 

THE  MOON  IS  FULL  TONIGHT 

Brightest  Thoughts  of  85  Boyhood  Happy  Days 

5  A  9  a  36  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  7}4  lbs.,  $4.40 

SATURDAY  TIMES 

Thousand  Politicians  3  in  Offices 


48  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  10%  lbs.,  $6.55 


PERSIAN  GOODS 

Oriental  Rug  6  Company 

LINING    FIGURES    ARE    FURNISHED    WITH    THE    ABOVE    SERIES.       THE    IRREGULAR    OLD    STYLE    FIGURES 
WILL    BE    SUBSTITUTED    IF    SPECIALLY    ORDERED. 

BARNHART   BROS.  &    SPINDLER'S  116  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


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  Deeinnme  to 


^  ^^  I  realize  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 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


117 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  FIFTEENTH 


CENTURY  ITALIC 


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


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

GREATEST  RUSH  ON  EARTH 

Women  Rusk  to  the  Department  Stores  to  Sate  on 

The  New  Frocks  that  they  wish  to  Purchase 

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10  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  Italic 
21  A  42  a  3 Hi  lbs.,  $2.50 

ALL  ANXIOUS  TO  UNLOAD 

They  Hace  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  Itahc  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

WEAL  TH  DOES  NO T  AL  WA  YS  CREA  TE  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  ItaUc  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

THOUSANDS  GO  EVERY  DAY 
Pushing  the  Hudson  River  54  Underground  Tunnels 


24  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  Italic 


5>^  lbs.,  $3.55 


CANDIDA  TES  FOR  SENA  TOR 

Seekers  for  Public  Office  57  will  Soon  Appear 


36  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  Italic 


8'-i6  lbs.,  $5.00 


DENVER  VIEWS 

Beautiful  Mountain  8  Sceneries 


48  Point  Lining  Fifteenth  Century  Italic 


12W6lbs.,  $7.75 


SPRING  FEVER 

The  Same  6  Old  Story 

LJNING  FIOURCS  ARC   FURNISHED  WITH   ABOVE  SERIES.       THE  IHRCOULAR  OLD  STYLE  FIGURES 
WILL  BE   SUBSTITUTED  IF  SPECIALLY  ORDERED. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


118 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED    TYPE 


LINING  FIFTEENTH    c^^fe^    CENTURY  ITALIC 


A^ncient  Stories 

from 

History  of  France 


Interestingly  Written  for  Modern 
Readers  by 

Alphonse  Aubrey 


Publisher  cille 

Nineteenth  Century  Book  Company 

I  go  6 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    116.        PRICE  50C 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ELZEVIR 


NUMBER  S 


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


25  A  46  a  6  Point  Elzevir  No.  5        1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

IMPRESSIONS  FROM  AROUND  THE  OLD  WORLD 

Recollections  of  a  Journalists  Hasty  Trip  for  His  Health 

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22  a  43  a  10  Point  Elzevir  No.  5        S\4b  lbs.,  $2.50 

MANY  BOLD  ADVENTURERS 
Have  Cleared  the  24  Way  for  Civilization 


15  A  30  a  14  Point  Elzevir  No.  5         4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

ORIENTAL  DANCERS 
Enraptured  83  Paradise  Lost 


24  A  44  a  8  Point  Elzevir  No.  5  2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

TAPESTRIES  FROM  OLD  CATHEDRALS 

The  Rarest  and  Most  Priceless  Treasures  of  Europe 

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17  A  33  a  12  Point  Elzevir  No.  5        3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

INDIAN  CAMEL  ROUTE 
Covered  Deep  76  with  Dry  Bones 

8  A  16  a  20  Point  Elzevir  No.  5         5 '/^  lbs.,  $3.35 

EXPLORATION 
Granadas  9S  Castles 


24  Point  Elzevir  No.  5 


SVi  lbs.,  $3.60 


RAREST  EASTERN  SPICES 

Musk  Perfumery  37  Damascus  Silks 


36  Point  Elzevir  No.  5 


8 '/fa  lbs.,  $5.00 


ELECTRIC  WELDER 
Neptune  Balboa  4  Drake 


Point  Elzevir  No.  5 


I2K  lbs.,  $7.70 


MATRIMONY 

Swedish  ?  Maidens 


Small  Caps,  for  6  to  18  Point  inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  as  follows:   6-Point,  22A,  6oz.,  50c.;  8-Point,  18A, 
80Z.,  SOc;  10-Point,  14A,  lOoz.,  SOc;  12-Point,  IDA,  11  oz.,  SOc;  14-Point,  9A,  1 1  oz.,  SOc. 


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120 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ELZEVIR 


NUMBER  5 


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SUPERIOR  TYPE 


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THERE  are  several  things  to  consider  in  type  quality. 
Durability,  of  course,  is  very  important;  but  dura- 
bility is  not  all.  Finish,  accuracy,  artistic  design,  correct 
lining  principles,  depth  of  cutting — all  must  be  taken 
into  account.  <fTo  be  durable,  type  must  be  cast 
from  a  perfectly  proportioned  and  perfectly  blended 
alloy  of  copper,  antimony,  tin  and  lead — in  fact,  from 
Superior  Copper-Mixed  metal.  All  our  type  is  cast 
from  this  metal,  which  gives  at  once  the  hardest, 
lightest,  toughest,  and,  as  a  consequence,  the  most 
durable  type  in  the  world.  <!■  Superior  Copper-Mixed 
type  is  finished  in  a  very  superior  manner,  and  is  ab- 
solutely guiltless  of  burrs,  rough  edges,  or  any  other 
imperfection  that  so  commonly  destroy  justification, 
alignment,  and  height  to  paper,  it  is  perfect  in  size 
and  face.  <f Any  number  of  Superior  Copper-Mixed 
Types  taken  at  random  will  not,  even  in  the  aggregate, 
show  variations  in  size,  though  the  test  made  in  a 
gauge  graduated  to  the  hundred-thousandth  part  of  an 
inch.  <f  Examine  our  pamphlets,  and  this  specimen 
book.  They  tell  the  tale.  Superior  Copper-Mixed 
Type  leads  all  others  in  artistic  design.  <f  Deep  cutting 
means  better  work  and  better  plates.  Deep  cut  type 
does  not  till  up  on  the  press;  it  saves  time  and  money. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 


NEW  YORK  CITY 
Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 

KANSAS  CITY,  MO. 
Great  Western  Type  Foundry 

OMAHA,  NEB. 
Great  Western  Type  Foundry 


CHICAGO,  ILLINOIS 

ST.  PAUL,  MINN. 
Minnesota  Type  Foundry  Co. 

DALLAS,  TEX. 
The  Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 


WASHINGTON,  D.C. 
Southern  Printers  Supply  Co. 

ST.  LOUIS,  MO. 
St.  Louis  Printers  Supply  Co. 

SEATTLE,  WASH. 
Pacific  Printers  Supply  Co. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


121 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ELZEVIR 


ITALIC  NO.  5 


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


26A  52a        6  Point  Elzevir  Italic  No.  5     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

FIRSr  PROCESSES  IN  THE  PRACTICE  OF  TYPOGRAPHY 

The  cutting  of  punches  and  making  of  moulds,  demanded  a  degree 
of  skill  in  the  handling  of  tools  and  of  experience  in  the  working  of 
metal  rarely  found  in  any  man  who  undertook  to  learn  the  art  of 
printing.  They  were  never  regarded  as  proper  branches  of  the 
printer's  trade,  but  were,  from  the  beginning,  set  aside  as  kinds  of 
work  which  could  be  properly  done  by  the  goldsmith  only.  Jenson, 
Ccnnini,  Sweinheym  and  Veldener  seem  to  have  been  the  only 
printers  of  the  fifteenth  century  who  had  the  preliminary  education 

21  A  41  a      10  Point  Elzevir  Italic  No.  5     3l4  lbs.,  $2.50 

REAT>INGS  IN  ASTRONOMY  BY  €MEN 
VERSED  IN  SCIENTIFIC  KNOWLEDGE 
Close  beside  the  star  Mi^ar,  the  middle  star  in 
the  handle  of  the  Great  Dipper,  is  a  tiny  star, 
which  still  bears  the  namegivenitby  the  Arabs, 
--Alcor  the  Faint-one.  Alcor  and  Miiarform 
together  what  might  be  called  12^4^6^890 


22A  44a        8  Point  Elzevir  Italic  No.  5      2M  lbs.,  $2.25 

GUTENBERG  ANT)  HIS  IVORK  AT  MEhlTZ 
Gutenberg's  last  a£i  upon  record  in  Strasburg  was 
the  selling  out  of  the  last  remnant  of  his  inheritance. 
The  first  evidence  we  have  of  his  return  to  €Ment{  is 
an  entry,  on  the  6th  day  of  October,  1448,  in  a  record 
of  legal  contrails,  in  which  he  appears  as  a  borrower 
of  money.  It  seems  that  Gutenberg  had  persuaded 
i2^4^6j8go 

16  A  34a     12  Point  Elzevir  Italic  No.  5      3H  lbs.,  $2.75 

GOOD  STUDIES  IN  SCIENCES 
ASTRONOMY  AND  PHYSICS 

Having  traced  the  great  chain  of  life 
through  the  long  geological  ages  from 
the  present  day  to  the  Cambrian,  we 
may  take  our  stand  on  i2^4^6j8^o 


FRENCH  O.  S. 


NO.  }  SERIES 


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


25  A  48  a        6  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

FEW  PEOPLE  ARE  AWARE  THAT  THE 

Emperor  of  China  is  a  Newspaper  Editor  the  Drawback 

Being  Only  a  Single  Copy  is  Published  each  Day 

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18  A  35  a       12  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3     M  lbs.,  $2.75 

ALL  NEWS  RELATIVE 

To  The  Condition  of  the  Kingdom 
Must  Always  be  79  Excluded 


22  A  42  a        8  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3     2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

THE  NAME  OF  THIS  UNIQUE 

Journal  is  the  Pekin  Gazette  and  is  the  Official 

Organ  of  the  Chinese  Imperial  Court 

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20  A  40a      10  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  3    3M'6  lbs.,  $2.50 

NOT  A  LINE  OF  GOSPEL 

About  the  Son  of  Heaven  or  Sensational 

Details  in  his  25  Corrupt  Court 


18  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  3 


S'/fi  lbs.,  $3.35 


AND  NO  CHINESE  JOURNALIST  DARE 
Draw  any  Deductions  or  38  Make  Comments  Upon  Any 


Small  Caps,  6  to  12  Point  inclusive,  put  up  In  separate  fonts  as  follows:  6-Point,  22a,  6  oz.,  SOc;  8-Point.  ISa.  8  oz., 
50c:  lO-Point,  13  a.  10  oz..  SOc:  12-Point.  10a.  11  oz.,  SOc. 


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122 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


FRENCH  OLD 


STYLE  NO.  ?6 


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


29  A  6  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  56  ^Ibs.,  $1.00 

COLORADO  MOUNTAIN  HUNTERS  CONVENTION 

'EXCURSION  RATES  FROM  ALL  OVER  THE  UNITED  STATES 

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24A  9  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  56         1>^  lbs.,  $1.25 

PASSENGER  CONDUCTORS 
BLACKSMITH  48  AND  YARDMASTER 


17A  12  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  56  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

LOCOMOTIVES 
BRAKEMEN  9S  TRAINMEN 


24  A  8  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  56  iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

GRtAT  WESTERN  RAILROADS 

EMPLOY  MANY  THOUSAND  WORKMEN 

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21  A  :0  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  56      1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

THROTTLE  ECCENTRIC 
LUBRICATORS  673  WHISTLES 

16  A  14  Point  French  O.  S.  No.  56         2}4  lbs.,  $1.75 

SMOKE  STACKS 
PILOTS  82  AIR  BRAKE 


18  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  56 


33^6  lbs.,  $2.15 


IMPROVED  FARM  MACHINES 
WAGONS  CARTS  74  AND  ELEVATOR 


24  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  56 


3%  lbs.,  $2.50 


BLACKSMITH  HUSTLERS 
SEVENTEEN  45  BOILER  FLUES 


30  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  56 


554  lbs.,  $3.30 


ENGINEER  6  MACHINIST 


36  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  56 


6'/i6  lbs.,  $3.75 


RIVETING  4  HAMMER 


48  Point  French  Old  Style  No.  56 


8%  lbs.,  $5.10 


STEEL  8  CHISEL 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


133 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


ITALIC  NO.  59 


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


24  A  45  a       6  Point  O.  S.  Italic  No.  59       1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

STORIES  OF  THE  FIFTEENTH  CENTURY 

Will  Never  Cease  to  Interest  686  the  Coming  Generations 


20  A  38  a       10  Point  O.  S.  Italic  No.  59      3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.S0 

PERICLES  DEMOSTHENES 

Grecian    Celebrities    868  Ancient  Athens 


14  A  27  a        14  Point  O.  S.  Italic  No.  59     ^V^  lbs.,  $3.00 

RUBBER  SUITS 
Great  Demand  8  Rainy  Days 


20 A  40  a       8  Point  O.  S.  Italic  No.  59        2ji  lbs.,  $2.25 

THE  EUPHRA  TES  RIVER 

Marks  the  Beginning  868  of  Civilization  of  Man 

17  A  30  a        12  Point  O.  S  Italic  No.  59      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

ENGLISH  NOBILITY 
Have  a  Long  686  Line  of  Ancestors 

10  A  20  a        18  Point  O.  S.  Italic  No.  59     4% lbs.,  $3.25 

SHAKESPEARE 

At  Stratford  54  on  Avon 


20  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


DRAMA  TIC  SUCCESSES 

Lion  And  The  Mouse  68  Prince  of  India 


24  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59 


55^  lbs.,  $3.50 


RICHARD  MAKESHIFT 

Macbeth  Othello  94  And  Cleopatra 


30  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59 


6"/s  lbs.,  $4.25 


ANCIENT  TIMES 

Government  was  59  Intolerable 


4A  6a 


36  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59 


S'/fi  lbs.,  $5.00 


CHARLEMAGNE 

Science  Art  6  and  Music 

LINING  FIOURCS  ARE  FURNISHED  WITH  THE  ABOVE  SERIES.       THE  IRREGUUAR  OLD  STYLE  FIGURES 
WILL  BE  SUBSTITUTED  IF  SPECIALLY  ORDERED. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE   c^^^    ITALIC  NO.  59 


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


42  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59  10%  lbs.,  $6.40 


ALEXANDER 

Hannibal  2  Napoleon 


48  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59  13%  lbs.,  $8.30 


GA  UNI  LETS 

Swords  5  Knights 


60  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59  15%  lbs.,  $9.55 


HORSES 

Steel  3  A  rmor 


72  Point  Old  Style  Italic  No.  59  19^  lbs.,  $11.25 


GRAND 

Crusader  8 

LININIG  FIGURES  ARE   FURNISHED  WITH   THE  ABOVE  SERIES.       THE   IRREGULAR  OLD  STYLE  FIGURES 
WILL  BE  SUBSTITUTED   IF  SPECIALLY  ORDERED. 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  125  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


ITALIC  NO.  59 


TENTH  EDITION 


The  Biographies  of 

George  Ashton 

Longevitch 

By 

Prof.   Gabriel  Kunezvaltz 


Minnesota 
Press  of  the  Biographical  University 


Telethone,  Range  bSb 


F,  MiddendorfCo, 

General  Agents 

Improved  "Goldenrod  Crown"  Heater 

68  North  State  Street 

Represented  by  RaflP'eb  U  ?' »' 

ALFRED  CLARK  *  '^ 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


126 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  STYLE 


NUMBER  59 


SUPERB  FACE 


OLD  STYLE 
FIFTY-NINE 

Is  one  of  the  most  beautiful  of  old-styles; 
or,  to  put  it  in  the  expressive  words  of  a 
prominent  master  printer,  "it's  a  daisy 
face."  It  is  not  new;  it  will  never  grow 
old.  Its  designer  certainly  understood 
that  gracefulness  and  simplicity  are  more 
lasting  than  any  complex  ornamented 
style  which  at  best  only  catches  the  pass- 
ing fancy.  Old  Style  No.  59  may  be  used 
in  a  multitude  of  ways.  A  booklet,  for 
instance,  printed  from  these  types  on 
paper  similar  to  that  used  in  this  Speci- 
men Book,  with  a  good  black  and  a  nice 
red  ink,  is  really  an  edition  de  luxe. 


CAST 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 


FROM 
Superior  Copper-Mixed  Metal 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 


NEW  YORK  CITY 
Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 

KANSAS  CITY,  MO. 
Great  Western  Type  Foundry 

OMAHA,  NEB. 
Great  Western  Type  Foundry 


CHICAGO,  ILLINOIS 

ST.  PAUL,  MINN. 
Minnesota  Type  Foundry  Co. 

DALLAS,  TEX. 
The  Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 


BORDER   USED,   6    POINT  NO.  95 


WASHINGTON,  D.  C. 
Southern  Printers  Supply  Co. 

ST.  LOUIS,  MO. 
St.  Louis  Printers  Supply  Co. 

SEATTLE,  WASH. 
Pacific  Printers  Supply  Co. 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


127 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


NUMBER  59 


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


24  A  50  a  5  Point  O.  S.  No.  59  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

BUSINESS  CARDS  AND  LETTER  HEADS 
Printed  in  Two  Colors  Attracts  the  Customers  Attention 
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19  A  38  a  10  Point  O.  S.  No.  59  S'/ib  lbs.,  $2.50 

USE  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 
Compositors  and  68   Pressmens  Delight 

10  A  20  a  18  Point  O.  S.  No.  59  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

NEAT  CLEAN 

And  Useful  24  to  Printer 


22  A  44  a  8  Point  O.  S.  No.  59  2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

SMILE  AND  THE  WORLD  SMILES 

With  You  But  When  You  Sigh  You  Sigh  Alone  j 

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16  A  33  a  12  Point  O.  S.  No  59  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

TRY  TO  IMPROVE  YOUR 

Time  in  Sketching  86  Title  Pages* 

16  A  29  a  14  Point  O.  S.  No.  59  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

FOR  YEARS  IN  USE 
And  Never  67  Fails  to  Please 


20  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


NATIONAL  BANK  BUILDING 

Frederick  Center  37  Evening  Headlight 


24  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 


5^  lbs.,  $3.55 


BOOKS  AND  MAGAZINES 
Are  Mailed  to  all  76  Parts  of  Europe 


5A  9a 


30  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 


73/4  lbs.,  $4.45 


POSTERS  PRINTED 

Brief-ht  Red  34  Printing  Inks 


4A  6a 


36  Point  Old  Style  No.  59 


S'/fi  lbs.,  $5.05 


COMPOSITOR 

Lookinsf  for  87  Saturday 


J 

Small  Caps,  for  6  to  18  Point  inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  and  sold  as  follows:   6-Point,  21A,  6oz.,  50c. ;  8-Point,  17A, 
8oz.,50c. ;  10-Point,  14A,  10  oz.,  50c.;  12-Point,  11  A,  11  oz.,  50c.;  14-Point,  8A,  11  oz.,  50c.;  18-Point,  6A,  12  oz.,  55c. 

LINING  FIGURES  ARE  FURNISHED  WITH  THE  ABOVE  SERIES.       THE  IRREGULAR  OLD  STYLE  FIGURES 
WILL  BE  SUBSTITUTED  IF  SPECIALLY  ORDERED. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


128 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  STYLE    c^^R^    NUMBER  59 


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


4  A  7  a  42  Point  Old  Style  No.  59  10%  lbs.    $6.50 

INCORPORATE 

omestic  37  Industry 

4 A  6a  .48  Point  Old  Style  No.  59  13^6  lbs.,  $7.85 

ESTABLISH 
Electric  8  Machine 


60  Point  Old  Style  No.  59  15^4  lbs.   $9.45 


HURRIES 

Correct  4  Style 


72  Point  Old  Style  No.  59  19^6  lbs.,  $11.20 


RED  8  Buffs 


LINING  FIGURES  ARC  ruRNISHCD  WITH  ABOVE  SERIES.       IN  THE  BODIES  IS  POINT  AND  SMALLER  THE  IRREGULAR 
OLD  STYLE  FIGURES  WILL  BE  SUBSTITUTED  IF  SPECIALLY  ORDERED. 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  129  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  STYLE 


TITLE  NO.  59 


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


21  A  6  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59  H  lb.,  $1.00 

DESIGNED   SYSTEMATICALLY   CORRECT 

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19  A       10  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59        iK  lbs.,  $1.40 

CONTINUOUS  58  PROGRESS 

13  A       14  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59       2%  lbs.,  $1.75 

HONOR  3  HEROES 

10  A        20  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59       3^  lbs.,  $2.45 

TENNYSON  8 


21  A         8  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59        IJi  lbs.,  $1.2S 

SWEET  MUSIC  WELL  RENDERED 

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17A        12  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

POPULAR  37  OLD  STYLE 

11  A        16  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59      2%  lbs.,  $1.75 

MAGIC  5  SIGHT 

8  A         24  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59         4%  lbs.,  $2.80 

3  MIRRORS 


6A 


30  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59 


554  lbs.,  $3.30 


SEARCH  3  COUNTS 


6A 


36  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59 


6J^  lbs.,  $3.95 


5  COMPOSITIONS 


5A 


42  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59 


7%  lbs.,  $4.60 


FOUR  7  CENTS 


4A 


48  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59 


8%  lbs.,  $5.10 


RICH  8  MEN 


60  Point  Old  Style  Title  No.  59 


10'/i6  lbs.,  $6.05 


RED  4  INK 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


lao 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


WKST  OLD    c^^^    STYLE)  NO.  70 


COSTER 
RANGES 


Coster  Stove  Company 

Manufacturers 

General  Offices  and  Warehouses,  78  Canal  Street 
Irontowne 

Range  City  Office  and  Warehouse  Homestead  Office  and  Warehouse 

245  Alleghany  Avenue  395  Sunnyside  Place 

Foundries:  Hoboken,  Swissvale  and  Delphi 


VOGUE    ORNAMENT    NO.   260,   60C. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  181  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


WBST  OLD 


STYLK  NO.  70 


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


23  A  44  a         6  Point  West  O.  S.  No.  70      iVd  lbs.,  $2.00 

INDIANA  FARMERS  CUTTING  RYE 

Wheat  Corn  Oats  Hay  and  Barley  Good  Crops  Reported 

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19  A  38  a        10  Point  West  O.  S.  No.  70     3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.50 

FANTASTIC  ENIGMAS 
Weak  Men  Led  74  Astray  by  Fanatics 


20  A  39  a         8  Point  West  O.  S.  No.  70      2K  lbs.  $2.2S 

GREAT  RAILROADS  BUILT 

Through  Canada  United  States  Old  Mexico 

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16  A  32  a        12  Point  West  O.  S.  No.  70     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MISERABLE  JUDAS 
Betrayed  His  6  King  and  Master 


9  A  17  a  18  Point  West  Old  Style  No.  70  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

SATURDAY  EVENING  BAND 
Auditorium  Concerts  25  are  Highly  Praised  I 


24  Point  West  Old  Style  No.  70 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


CHINESE  PRINTERS 
Daily  and  Weekly  75  Newspapers 


4A  6a 


36  Point  West  Old  Style  No.  70 


8'/it  lbs.,  $5.00 


EAGLE  CENTER 

Celebrate  8  Fireworks 


4A6a 


48Point  West  Old  Style  No.  70 


12%  lbs.,  $7.60 


SLEEPING 
Rose  5  Cemetery 

Small  Caps,  for  6  to  12  Point  inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  and  sold  as  follows:    6-Point,  19 A,  6  oz.,  50c.;  8-Point, 
ISA,  8  oz.,  SOc.;  10-Point.  13  A.  10  oz.,  50c.;  12-Point,  9  A,  11  oz.,  SOc. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


132 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


WKST  OLD    c^™^    STYLE  NO.  70 


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


3  A  4  a  60  Point  West  Old  Style  No.  70  f       15^  lbs.,  $9.25 

CHECKS 
Easy  5  Corner 


72  Point  West  Old  Style  No.  70  18f^  lbs.*,  $10.80 


BUSTER 
Red  3  Book 


72  Point  West  Old  Style  No.  72     (Cast  on  Cap  Line.)  14  lbs.,  $8.10 


WHITE 
MOUSER 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  133  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


CASLON  OLD 


STYLE  ITALIC 


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


22  A  68a      6  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

ROBBED  ON  STREET  CAR  IN  BROAD  DArLIGHT 

Police  and  Rotters  in  Desperate  Hand  to  Hand  Duel  three  Captured 

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16A  47a     10  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic      3^f6  lbs.,  $2.50 

UNITED  STATES  SAILORS 
Will  Row  For  Q2  the  British  Loving  Cup 

12  A  27a       14  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic     ^V^  lbs.,  $3.00 

COLD  STORMY 

Winter  Months  52  are  Past 

5A  14a        24  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic     5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

MEETING 

Actors  68  League 


18  A  50a      8  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic       iVt,  lbs.,  $2.25 

GIRL  BECOMES  HEIR  TO  FORTUNE 

Left  Her  by  an  old  Friend  Whom  She  Befriended 

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12  A  39a     12  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

COUNTY  POLITICIANS 

Adopts   Some   68    New    Principles 

9  A  20a      18  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic      4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

PAINT  STORE 

Brushes  and  46  Gluepots 

7A  16a        20  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic    4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

WE  A  THER 

Fair  and  86  Warmer 


4A  12a 


30  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


GENEROUS  PUBLIC 

South  Haven  ja  National  Bank 


36  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic 


^Yi  lbs.,  $5.10 


BROTHERHOOD 

Firemen  86  and  Engineers 


4A  7a 


42  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  Italic 


I0>^  lbs.,  $6.25 


LAKE  HURON 

Moonlight  6  Excursions 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


134 


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CASLON  OLD  STYLE   c^^^    AND  ITALIC 


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POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  135  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


CASLON 


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


22A  63a  6  Point  Caslon  Old  Style    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THE  ONLY  WAY  TO  WEALTH  AND  HAPPINESS 

Lies  in  the  Grasp  of  Every  Man  Who  Uses  His  Talent  and  Tact 

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17A  48a  10  Point  Caslon  Old  Style   3Vf6  lbs.,  $2.50 

BEAUTIFUL  DISPLAY 
Carriages  Wagons  83  Phaetons  Automobiles 


18A  52a  8  Point  Caslon  Old  Style     2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

TEACHERS  AND  PROFESSORS  ' 
English  Language  Should    be  Taught  in  Schools 
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13A  36a  12  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

THE  LOYAL  CITIZENS 
Should  Vote  for  45  Honest  Men 


12 A  30a  14  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  4^6  lbs.,  $3.00 

CONSOLIDATED  BAKING  COMPANY 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealers  27  in  all  Kinds  of  Fancy  Pastry 

8A  25a  18  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  '  4%  llss.,  $3.25 

GRASP  THE  OPPORTUNITY 

Fortune  Knocks  at  36  Least  Once  at  Your  Door 

6A  19a  20  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  ,  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

ELASTIC  COMPOSITION 

The  Toughest  and  56  the  Most  Serviceable 

5A  13a  24  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

HARD  HEADED  FOLKS 

Farmers  are  Shrewd  47  and  Sensible 

4A  10a  30  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  6%  lbs.,  $4.35 

LADIES  JOURNAL 

Ouestions  for  85  Parliaments 


Small  Caps,  for  6  to  18  Point  inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  and  sold  as  follows:   6-Point,  21  A,  6oz.,  50c.;  8-Point,  17  A,  8  oz.,  50c.;  10-Point, 
11  A.  9  oz..  50c.;  12-Point,  lOA.  10  OZ..50C.;  14-Point,  8  A,  11  oz.,50c.;  18-Point,  5  A,  12  oz.,  50c. 

BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  186  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CASLON    c^^^^    OLD  STYLE 


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


4  A  7a  36  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  S%>  lbs.,  $5.00 

MAGNIFICENT 

isplay  of  68  Machines 


42  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  10^  lbs.,  $6.25 


EXPERIMENT 

Models  24  Examined 


54  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  14%  lbs.,  $8.75 


MODERN 

Sheep  3  Raising 

3  A  3  a  72  Point  Caslon  Old  Style  17H  lbs.,  $10.00 

NORTH 

Large  7  Gap 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  137  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


BARNHART 


OLD  STYLE 


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


26  A  50  a  6  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

AFTER  ELEVEN  HOURS  OF  HARD  LABOR 

Plowmen  Leave  Their  Work  in  the  Fields  and  Plod  Homeward 

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23  A  43  a        10  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  3'X(,  lbs.,  $2.50 

PUBLISHING  COMPANIES 

Standard  Works  by  583  Celebrated  Authors 


25  A  50a  8  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 1 

MANY  MEN  IN  BATTLE  ARRAYED 

Fighting  Redskins  in  Early  Days  of  American  Republic  I 

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18  A  32  a  12  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style        3%  lbs.,  $2.75^ 

FORGED  BANK  CHECKS 

Embezzlers  and  432  Sneak  Thieves 


15A  29a 


14  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 


4K  lbs.,  $3.00 


NATIONAL  BANK  CASHIER  DISCHARGED 

Moonshiners  Apprehended  by  372  United  States  Revenue  Officer 


11  A  21a 


16  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 


AH  lbs.,  $3.00 


AUTOMOBILE  RACE  MEETINGS 

Oysters  and  Sweet  Potatoes  637  Served  at  Receptions 


18  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


SOUTHERN  FARMING  INDUSTRY 
Cotton  Pickers  Second  589  Annual  Dress  Parade 


24  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


HISTORICAL  SPEECHES 

Interested  Twenty  86  Hundred  Students 


30  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


NATIONAL  EMBLEM 

Patriotic  People  37  Celebrating 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


138 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


BARNHART    c^^fe^    OLD  STYLE 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  T-ine. 


36  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  8^6  lbs.,  $5.00 


EXPERT  BUYERS 

ecommend  6  Satisfaction 


42  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  10%  lbs.,  $6.40 


GUARD  HONOR 

Excellent  8  Character 

4  A  7a  48  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  UH  lbs.,  $7.6S 

ROAN  HORSE 

Catching  3  Broncos 

4  A  6a  54  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  HVd  lbs.,  $8.75 

COLUMBIA 

Modern  9  Designs 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  189  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


BARNHART 


OLD  STYLE 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 
»3A   4a  60  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  14J^  lbs.   $< 

BORDERS 

Unique  4  House 


3A  3a 


72  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style 


15% lbs.,  $9.25 


PAPERS 

Green  6  Style] 


National  Wagon  Company 


Spider  Phaetons 

Stanhopes 

Traps 

Broughams 

Extension  and 

Canopy  Top 

Surries 


358  Fifthwheeling  Avenue 
TIREVILLE 

harness  and  repairing 

Telephone,  Elast  724 


Delivery 

Express 

Milk 

Laundry 

Grocery 

Lumber  and 

Farm  Wagons 


8 

6  POINT   BORDER    NO.   316 


BARNHART    BROS.   &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE  i 


BARNHART 


OLD  STYLE 


HAMLET 

Prince  of  Denmark 

By 

William   Shakespeare 


Act  1. — Scene  3. 

Pol.  Yet  here,  Laertes!  aboard,  aboard,  for  shame! 
The  wind  sits  in  the  shoulder  of  your  sail. 
And  you  are  stay'd  for.    There;  my  blessing  with  thee! 
And  these  few  precepts  in  thy  memory 
See  thou  character.*     Give  thy  thoughts  no  tongue. 
Nor  any  unproportion'd  thought  his  act.  "Engrave 

Be  thou  familiar,  but  by  no  means  vulgar. 
Those  friends  thou  hast,  and  their  adoption  tried, 
Grapple  them  to  thy  soul  with  hoops  of  steel; 
But  do  not  dull  thy  palm  with  entertainment 
Of  each  new-hatch'd,  unfledged  comrade.     Beware 
Of  entrance  to  a  quarrel,  but  being  in, 
Bear't  that  the  opposed  may  beware  of  thee. 
Give  every  man  thy  ear,  and  few  thy  voice; 
Take  each  man's  censure,  t  but  reserve  thy  judgement. 
Costly  thy  habit  as  thy  purse  can  buy,  tOpinion 

But  not  express'd  in  fancy;  rich,  not  gaudy; 
For  the  apparel  oft  proclaims  the  man. 
And  they  in  France  of  the  best  rank  and  station 
Are  of  a  most  select  and  generous  chief  in  that. 


The  best  and  greatest  modern  exponent  of  the  most  profound  character  in  the  drama  of  the  world,  was  £dwin 
Booth  as  Hamlet.  This  faithful  portrait,  from  life,  expresses  the  thoughtful  mood  and  pose  of  the  simulated  part,  and 
equally  protrays  the  lofty  characteristics  of  the  man. 

Nearly  every  actor  of  ability  has  essayed  the  part  of  "Hamlet,"  and  there  have  been  many  variations  of  the  role. 
With  Mr.  Wilson  Barrett  its  melodramatic  side  is  most  emphasized,  and  his  skilled  knowledge  and  taste  have  lent  a 
new  interest  to  a  character  hitherto  traditional,  even  in  its  variations.  The  magnitude  of  Shakespeare's  genius  is  seen 
in  his  adaptability  to  all  times. 

The  cord  of  deep  emotion  which  Modjeska's  playing  invariably  strikes  is  the  very  key-note  of  the  character  of 
Ophelia. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


141 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH   UNEQUALED 


BARNHART  OLD 


STYLE  ITALIC 


Weiifhts  and  Prices  jfiven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


24  A  46a    6  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic    I'/fi  lbs.,  $2.00 

THIS  BEAUTIFUL  AND  USEFUL  SERIES 

Alwags  Carried  in  Stock  and  is  Sold  bp  all  our  Branch  Houses 

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20A  40a    10  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  S'/fi  lbs.,  $2.50 

ATTRACTIVE  SPECIMENS 
Neat  and  Tastg  432  Job  Work  Executed 


22  A  44a    8  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic     2%  lbs.,  $2.25  j 

BARNHART  OLD  STYLE  ITALIC 

Adapts  Itself  to  Almost  Ang  Kind  of  Finest  Printing  | 
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16A  33a    12  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SPLENDID  CREATION 

Handsome  256  Souvenir  CalendaA 


12  A  25  a 


14  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic 


4^  lbs.,  $3.00 


SIXTH  ANNUAL  BICYCLE  RACE 

Thursday  Morning  27  December  Twenty  Seventh  at  Clevelam 


lOA  20a 


16  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic 


^}i  lbs.,  $3.00 


DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE 
Expensive  Land  Given  895  Farmers  for  Growing  Corn, 


18  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


MAGNIFICENT  FURNITURE 

Great  Sacrifice  Sale  753  Slightly  Damaged  Pianos , 


5A  11a 


24  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


BARGAINS  IN  ROCKERS 

Fine  Bedsteads  346  Reclining  Chairs 


4A  9a 


30  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


RIBBON  COUNTER 

Embroideries  48  Needlework 


BARNHART   BROS.  <k  SPINDLER'S 


141a 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


BARNHART  OLD    c^^fe^    STYLE  ITALIC 


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


^A  6a  36  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  SMb  lbs.,  $5.00 

EXTRA  LINES 

'Reduction  9  in  Remnants 

3 A  7a  42  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  10%  lbs.,  $6.25 

SOLID  GOLD 

Hunting  8  Case  Sold 


48  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  12%  lbs.,  $7.60 


ELEGANT 

Newest  23  Models 

3A  6a  54  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  15j^  lbs.,  $9.30 

KIMONOS 

Brown  5  Sateen 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  141b  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


BARNHART  OLD   c^^^   STYLE  ITALIC 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  IJne 
3 A  4a  60  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  15%  lbs  ,  $9.35 

MODES T 

Spring  6  Coats 

3  A  3  a  72  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  Italic  19%  lbs.,  $11.00 

CHOICE 

Dress  3  Sale 


HACKMANN  &  ANDERSON 




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Telephone,  Main  372  Orders  Promptlg  Delivered 

Frozen  Puddings 
FANCY  ICE    CREAM  BRICK 


Ice  Cream  Sodas  Our  Specialty 

Special  Attention  Given  to  Parties  and  Picnics  No  Orders  too  Large  or  too  Small 


JL 


528  Riverview  Street,  Canton,  O. 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  141  C  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


BARN  HART  OLD 


SUPERIOR 
BUREAU 
TRUNKS 


Latest 
Designs 


Perfect 
Strength 


1908 


SUPERIOR,  KAN. 


STYLE  ITALIC 

Man  Builds 
the  House 
Woman  Makes 
the    Home 

Yet  the  best  woman  in  the  world  cant 
make  a  comfortable  home  in  a  half- 
heated  house.  Married  life  is  surely 
made  ever  charming  if  the  wife  is  freed 
from  ashes,  dust,  griny^\and  care  of 
stoves,  grates  or^^^  \aces,  and 

the  husbanfl^  \ills  and 


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Screwport, 190. 


S.  BRONSON  &  COMPANY 

BREAD  LIKE  MOTHER  MADE. 


Largest  Bakerg  of  its  kind 
in  the  World. 


364  Apple  Street 

Cor.  Livingston  Park. 


POINT-LIISIE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


141c 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


BARNHART  OLD 


STYLE  NUMBER  2 


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


23  A  46a    6  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

STAR  CHAMPION  BASE  BALL  PLAYERS 

Winners  of  the  Pennant  for  Nineteen  Hundred  and  Seven 

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16  A  33  a    12  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2    3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SUMMER  BOARDERS 
Leaving  Home  672  Every  Season 


22  A  43  a     8  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2     2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

ERECTED  ENORMOUS  STRUCTURE 

Which  Collapsed  During  a  Terrific  Wind  Storm 

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20  A  40a    10  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.  No.  2    S'Ah  lbs.,  $2.50 

INDIAN  SUMMER  RATES 
Blenheim  Heights  and  234  Monk  Railway] 


14  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


ANNUAL  DISPLAY  OF  FALL  CLOTHING 
Clothes  That  Were  Made  for  984  Men  to  Wear  This  Season] 


16  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


AVs  lbs.,  $3.00 


LADIES  OR  GENTS  CALLING  CARDS 

Fancy  Wedding  Stationery  237  and  Society  Printing' 


8A  17a 


18  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


MERCHANTS  ANNUAL  MEETING 
Reception  Held  at  896  Sheridan  Park  Junction] 


6A  10a 


24  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


ENORMOUS  STRUCTURE 
Builders  Wrought  with  62  Great  Care 


5  A  10a 


30  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


6W6  lbs.,  $4.25 


NATIONAL  LEAGUE 
Injured  Outfielder  54  Retire; 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


Hid 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


BARNHART  OLD    c^^fe^    STYLE  NUMBER  2 


Weights  and  Prices  jriven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  T^ine. 


4A7a  36  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2  8 '/fi  lbs.,  $5.00 

MODEL  WOMAN 
Pleasant  35  Companion 


42  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2  10%  lbs.,  $6.25 


UNION  DEPOT 
Express  8  Company 


Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2  12^  lbs.,  $7.65 


FIRST  PRIZE 
Carriage  5  Horses 


54  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2  14%  lbs.,  $8.75 


NEW  CAPS 
Stylish  9  House 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  141e  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


BARNHART  OLD    m 


STYLE  NUMBER  2 


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


3  A  4a  60  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 

BANKERS 
Loan  3  Mone 


ISKs  lbs.,  $9.05 


72  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  No.  2 


16%  lbs.,  $9.75 


MASONS 

Long  8  Traill 


1=1 


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Hammond  &  Co. 

Announce  Their  Annual 

FALL  OPENING 

Thursday,  October  21,  1907 
18  Madison  Avenue,  Canton 

COMBINATION  BORDER  NO.    140. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


141  f 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYP£ 


BARNHART  OLD 


STYLE  NUMBER  2 


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done  as  is  being  turned  out  at  the  present  time. 
The  every-day  work  of  the  modern  printer  ex- 
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€signs  of 
fid  lined  with 
prices  which  make 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY 


141  g 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


CATALOG 


OLD  STYLE 


Weijfhts  and  Prices  are  given  Approximate;  see  pasre  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  IJne. 


23  A  46  a        6  Point  Catalog  Old  Style       1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

YOU  ARE  ALWAYS  RIGHT  WHEN  YOU 

Buy  Copper-Mixed  Type  Cast  on  the  Point  Lining  System 

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18  A  36  a       10  Point  Catalog  Old  Style       S'/ft.  lbs.,  $2.50 

INVEST  IN  REAL  ESTATE 
Homes  in  the  Nice  86  Part  of  Town 

12  A  25  a       14  Point  Catalog  Old  Style         4^  lbs.,  $3.00 

STORY  FINISHED 
Told  Before  the  6  Parson 


22  A  43  a  8  Point  Catalog  Old  Style      2  Ji  lbs.,  $2.25 

THE  STORK  CAME  TO  OUR  HOME 

Team  and  Carriage  We  Have  Had  to  Purchase] 

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15  A  33  a       12  Point  Catalog  Old  Style      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

YOUNG  SOLDIERS 
Printers  in  a  Printing  84  Office] 


9  A  19  a        18  Point  Catalog  Old  Style       4'5i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

INDUCEMENT 
All  6  Trading  Stamps] 


6A  14a 


20  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


GOAL  FOR  WHICH  ALL  STRIVE 
Resigned  as  Clerk  Now  86  Employer] 


24  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 


5%  lbs., $3.50 


SUCCESS  IN  BUSINESS 
Put  Your  Best  Foot  74  in  Front 


30  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 


6«f6  lbs.,  $4.35 


RICH  BRIDAL  GIFTS 
Groom  to  Bride  9  the  Best 


36  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 


libs.,  $5.35 


BRANCH  HOUSE 
Detroit  Berlin  5  London 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


14S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE, 


CATALOG    C^H^^    OLD  STYLE 


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


42  Point  Catalog  Old  Style  10%  lbs.,  $6.40 


FINE  PEACHES 
Cream  and  8  Sugar 

4  A  5  a  48  Point  CataloK  Old  Style  13^  lbs.,  $7.90 

GOOD  DAYS 
Homes  to  7  Rent 


54  Point  Catalog  Old  Style  14%  lbs.,  $8.75 


MODERN 
Candy  9  Store 


60  Point  Catalog  Old  Style  15%  lbs.,  $9.15 


FINE  7  Paper 

3  A  3  a  72  Point  Catalog  Old  Style  18^  lbs.,  $10.65 

Neat  6  PIN 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  143  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


CATALOG    c^^^    OLD  STYLE 


Catalogue  Thirteen 


GOLDENROD 
NURSERIES 

Floriculture  Plants 
Seeds  Horticulture 


FUCHSIA,  DAISY  &  VIOLET 


CULTIVATORS 
OF  GODS  GIFTS 

GERANIUMVILLE 


VOGUE    ORNAMENT    NO.   41,    50C 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  144  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CATALOG 


OLD  STYLE 


Fancy 

Characters 

of 

CATALOG 
OLD  STYLE 

qAcM 
"&  %  QD 
IShe  ^ 
i  y  th 


f  :^  ly 

APPROXIMATE  PRICES 

6  Point Mb  lb..  $0.25 

8  Point  Ji  lb.,  .25 

10  Point y%  lb.,  .30 

12  Point %  lb.,  .30 

14  Point  %  lb.,  .35 

18  Point  Yi.  lb.,  .40 

20  Point %  lb.,  .45 

24  Point  ^  lb.,  .50 

30  Point %  lb.,  .50 

36  Point %,lb.,  .60 

42  Point 1^4  lbs.,  .70 

48  Point Wi  lbs.,  .85 

54  Point l%lbs.,  1.00 

60  Point 2^  lbs.,  1.30 

72  Point l%lbs.,  1.10 

Character  No.  5  not  made  in  72 
point. 

12    POINT   BORDER    NO.   468 


A  Guaranteed 

Investment 


Sound  Business 

W^ell  managed,  with  reasonable  capital 

to  conduct  it,  operated  under 

conservative  principles  presents  the 

most  staple  and  paying  form 

of  investment. 

During  past  years  success  after  success  has 
proven  with  a  combination  of  capital  and  good 
business  judgment  the  greatest  results  are  ob- 
tained in  business  life.  This  is  due  to  the  fact 
that  in  the  consolidation  of  interests  we  have 
more  capital,  more  brains,  more  push  and  ener- 
gy,-which  are  the  essential  principles  of  success. 
These  facts  are  appreciated  in  the  organization 
of  this  Company,  as  it  would  be  impossible  to 
pursue  the  outlined  plans  by  any  individual. 
An  idea  of  the  many  opportunities  our  charter 
enables  us  to  grasp  with  their  money-making 
po-wers  is  shoWn  on  the  following  pages  and 
will  pay  you  to  look  them  over  and  investigate. 


AUSTIN  ^  ELGING 

DEVELOPING    COMPANY 

1253    to    1257   Wendelle    Building,   Wisconsin 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MONITOR 


NO.  5  SERIES 


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


25  A  49  a  6  Point  Monitor  No.  5       1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

DIVIDEND  PAYING  SERIES  OF  TYPE  SHOWN 

In  This  Book  are  Cast  From  Superior  Copper  Mixed  Metal 

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20  A  40  a  12  Point  Monitor  No.  5      3%  lbs.,  $2.7S 

WHOLESALE  WAREHOUSES 
Great  Bargains  in  86  Boots  and  Shoes 


25  A  49a  8  Point  Monitor  No.  5        2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

CONSIDER  THE  MERITS  OF  OUR  POUND 

Selling  System  It  Will  Certainly  Pay  to  Investigate] 

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23  A  45  a  10  Point  Monitor  No.  5     S'Ab  lbs.,  $2.50' 

SATISFACTORY  RESULTS  SECURED 

Printers  Use  Superior  54  Copper-Mixed  Type 


16  A  31  a  14  Point  Monitor  No.  5  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

SUMMER  RESORTS  OVERLOOKING  WATER  FALLS 
Autumnal  Thunder  Storms  Bursting  42  Over  Mountains  and  Valleys 


18  Point  Monitor  No.  5 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

GRAND  OPERA  MUSIC  SELDOM  APPRECIATED 
Universal  Peace  Growing  7  Stronger  Among  the  Nation; 


7  A.  15a 


24  Point  Monitor  No.  5 


5?16  lbs.,  $3.50 


HARD  KICKS  THE  YANKEE  MULE 
Waiting  Twenty  Years  5  to  Square  Matteri 


5  A  11  a 


30  Point  Monitor  No.  5 


6%  lbs.,  $4.15 


SENTIMENT  OF  VENERATION 
Memorial  Tribute  78  Dead  Heroe; 


4A  7a 


36  Point  Monitor  No.  5 


6%  lbs.,  $4.30 


WREATH  OF  RED  ROSES 
From  Cultivated  64  Garden 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


146 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPI 


MONITOR    c^^p^    NO.  5  SERIES 


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


42  Point  Monitor  No.  5  8%  lbs.,  $5.40 


SINISTER  DESIGN 
Heiress  2  Great  Fortune 

4  A  7  a  48  Point  Monitor  No.  5  10?^  lbs.,  $6.25 

OLD  TIME  DANCE 
Pretty  Girls  9  Attend 

3  A  6a  54  Point  Monitor  No.  5  125^  lbs.,  $7.50 

FISHING  CAMPS 
Boating  7  Excursion 

3  A  4a  60  Point  Monitor  No.  5  HKb  lbs.,  $7.30 

CHICK  5  Feathers 

3  A  4a  72  Point  Monitor  No.  5  14  lbs.,  $8.10 

Beauty  6  ROSE 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  147  QUALITY  AND  FINISH   UNEGUALED 


MONITOR 


NUMBER  5 


R.  M.  Gardner,  Pres. 


W.  E.  Hart,  Treas. 


Thos.  Randron,  Sec'y* 


Gardner  Hardware  Company 

Manufacturers  and  Wholesale  Dealers 
Hardware  and  Builders  Supplies 

Factory,  North  Manchester,  Vermont 

Ironton, 


Branch  Office:  386  Farmer  Ave. 


-190 


PATENT  COPPER  AND 
BRASS  THIN  SPACES 


No  device  so  simple  and  inex- 
pensive ever  saved  the  printer 
so  much  time  and  money.  These 
spaces  never  break  or  wear 
out.  Write  for  full  description. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER,  SOLE 
OWNERS  OF  THE  FATENTS,  183  TO 
187  MONROE  STREET,  CHICAGO,  ILL. 


■d) 


TRAINS  MEET 
IN  COLLISION! 


East  Bound  Mail  and  West 

Bound  Express  Meet  Head 

On  in  ColUsion  Near 

Altoona,  Pa. 


MANY  DEAD  OR  INJURED 


Cars  are  Smashed  to  Matchwood; 

Feared  25  Were  Killed  or  Hurt 

In  One  Coach;  Several  are 

Under  Wreckage. 


Altoona,  Pa.,  May  5th,  3  a.  m.— (Special.)— 
The  Chicago  mail  train  No.  18,  east  bound,  and 
the  Chicago  and  St.  Louis  express  No.  21,  west 
bound,  collided  while  running  on  the  Pennsyl- 
vania railroad  at  full  speed,  eighteen  miles 
from  this  city,  at  11  o'clock  to-night. 

One  coach  in  which  twenty-flve  persons  were 
travelling  was  smashed  to  matchwood.  It  is 
feared  that  every  one  in  this  car  was  either 
killed  or  injured. 

The  first  report  said  three  persons  were 
killed  and  twenty-seven  injured.  Succeeding 
reports  increased  the  number  of  dead  to  ten 

BODY  SET  IN   G    POINT  ROMAN   NO.  66 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


148 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  BODY 
AND  JOB  FACES 

CAST  FROM  SUPERIOR 
GOPPER^MIXED  METAL 
ON  THE  POINT-LINE, 
POINT'SET,    POINT- 
BODY  LINING  SYSTE|M 

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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 

TYPE-FOUNDERS 

GHIGAGO 

ST.  PAUL.  MINN.                                                                                  KANSAS  CITY,  MO. 

Minnesota  Type  Foundry  Go.                                                                                        Great  Western  Type  Foundry 

WASHINGTON.  D.  C. 

ST.  LOUIS,  MO.                          Southern  Printers  Supply  Go.                           OMAHA,  NEB. 
St.  Louis  Printers  Supply  Go.                                                                                        Great  Western  Type  Foundry 

SEATTLE.  Wash. 
DALLAS,  TEXAS                       Pacific  Printers  Supply  Go.                   NEW  YORK  CITY;  N.  Y. 
The  Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Go.                                                                                Barnhart  Type  Foundry  Co. 

POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


149 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


FROM  INDIA  TO  EGYPT. 


VOYAGE  TO  ADEN  — ADEN  TO  SUEZ  — THROUGH  THE  CANAL  — PORT  SAID. 

TRAVELERS  who  have  toured  across  India  sail  on  the  next  stajre  of  their 
voyage  from  Bombay,  by  one  of  the  big  liners,  which  run  weekly  from  that 
city  to  London  via  the  Suez  Canal.  The  next  port  of  call  is  Aden,  which  is 
reached  by  a  sail  of  1,664  miles  southwest  across  the  Arabian  Sea.  Here  the 
'round  the  world  traveler  meets  again  the  vessels  of  the  through  service  from 
Australia  to  England.  Tourists  who  omit  the  journey  through  India,  and  remain 
with  the  Australian  steamer  throughout  the  voyage,  sail  directly  from  Colombo, 
and  after  a  course  of  2,093  miles  northwest  across  the  Arabian  Sea,  past  the 
Island  of  Socotra  and  Cape  Guardafui,  where  Arab  dhows  in  the  slave  trade  may 
be  seen  cruising  at  times,  reach  the  same  port  of  Aden.  Aden  is  known  as  the 
Indian  Gibraltar.  With  this  to  guard  the  entrance  to  the  Red  Sea  and  the  other 
citadel  at  the  Pillars  of  Hercules  to  guard  the  Mediterranean,  Great  Britain  controls 
all  the  great  interior  area  of  water  so  far  as  naval  power  is  concerned.  The  penin- 
sula of  Aden  is  situated  on  the  southeast  coast  of  Arabia,  about  ninety  miles  from 
the  entrance  to  the  Red  Sea.  Originally  it  formed  part  of  the  Arabian  province  of 
Yemen,  but  for  nearly  half  a  century  it  has  been  included  in  British  territory,  under 
the  governor  of  Bomt)ay.  The  peninsula  is  connected  with  the  Arabian  continent 
on  the  north  side  by  a  narrow  neck  of  land  such  as  Gibraltar  is  joined  to  Spanish 
territory.  The  whole  area  of  peninsula  and  harbor  is  estimated  at  thirty-five  square 
miles,  and  the  population  not  less  than  20,000,  exclusive  of  the  garrison.  The 
military  cantonment  is  the  place  of  greatest  interest.  There  are  barracks  and 
mess-houses  built  of  stone  and  mud  for  the  accommodation  of  the  garrison.  The 
brigadier-general  in  command  has  under  his  direction  a  force  which  consists  of 
artillery,  British  and  Indian  infantry,  native  sappers  and  miners,  and  a  troop  of 
native  cavalry,  to  which  camel-mounted  Arabs  are  attached.  The  place  is  famously 
hot,  and  service  on  that  military  station  is  considered  as  exile  by  British  officers. 
A  notable  feature  of  the  Arabian  city  is  the  water  supply.  In  such  a  climate  and 
a  large  population  it  is  not  to  be  wondered  that  great  care  has  been  taken  to  provide 
a  reservoir  system.  There  are  about  f^fty  tanks  in  Aden  with  an  aggregate  capacity 
of  nearly  30,000,000  gallons.  The  date  of  the  original  construction  of  some  of 
these  was  as  early  as  the  year  600  A.  D.,  and  many  were  in  fair  preservation  at 
the  time  of  the  Briti^  conquest.  Not  all  have  been  fully  restored,  but  the  supply 
now  is  ample.  The  Red  Sea  is  the  scene  of  more  objects  of  interest  and  of  the 
romance  of  history  than  the  casual  reader  is  apt  to  remember.  In  the  early  days  of 
civilization  its  waters  were  full  of  Egyptian  and  Arabian  commerce,  and  the  region 
is  famous  in  fable  as  well  as  history.  The  narrow  entrance  to  this  peculiar  body  of 
water  is  the  Strait  of  Babu'l  Mandib,  but  twelve  and  a  half  miles  in  breadth.  Just 
within  the  strait  is  the  little  island  of  Perim,  volcanic  and  arid,  but  occupied  by  a 
small  detachment  of  British  troops  and  a  cable  station.  Near  by  on  the  Arabian 
coasts  the  village  of  Mocha,  which  has  given  its  name  to  a  favorite  brand  of  coflfee. 
Two  hundred  miles  north  in  the  Red  Sea  is  the  little  island  of  Kamaran,  also  occu- 
pied by  the  British  government  and  as  a  cable  station.  On  the  Arabian  side  of 
this  narrow  sea  are  the  cities  of  Yamba  and  Jiddah,  the  ports  respectively  of  Medina 


Set  in  6-point  Paragon. 
Opened  with  one-point  leads. 


VOQUE    ORNAMENT    NO.    194,   76C 


BARNHART   BROS.  &.  SPINDLER'S 


160 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


T- 


A  TRIP  AROUND  THE  WORLD. 

and  Mecca,  which  lie  more  than  one  hundred  miles  inland.  On  the  other 
side — on  the  Egyptian  and  Abyssinian  coast,  are  Annesley  Bay,  Masso- 
wah,  the  center  of  Italian  influence  in  Africa — Suakin  and  Kosair.  The 
Red  Sea  lighthouses  so  far  are  maintained  by  the  government  of  Egypt, 
although  European  keepers  are  employed.  The  Turkish  government, 
on  the  Arabian  side,  wholly  neglects  such  aids  to  commerce.  Near  the 
northern  extremity  of  the  Red  Sea  are  rocky  islets  which  mark  the 
entrance  to  the  Gulf  of  Suez.  All  the  way  through  this  gulf  the  water 
is  shallow  and  lighthouses  are  numerous.  The  place  where  the  Israe- 
lites crossed  is  well  identified  by  local  tradition.  At  the  same  place 
Napoleon  with  his  generals  attempted  a  crossing  on  horseback,  but  was 
deterred  by  a  sudden  change  of  wind  and  tide,  which  swept  a  great 
volume  of  water  in  breakers  over  the  place.  Across  these  flats  a 
passage  had  to  be  dredged  for  ocean  steamers.  A  few  hours  more 
and  one  reaches  the  cities  of  the  isthmus.  The  channel  of  the  Suez  Canal, 
which  connects  the  Mediterranean  with  the  Red  Sea,  is  about  one 
hundred  miles  in  length.  It  starts  from  the  roadstead  of  Suez,  which  has 
been  a  seaport  at  the  head  of  the  Red  Sea  for  two  centuries.  It  possesses 
unique  interest  as  a  city  of  the  desert,  and  as  marking  the  spot  where 
East  and  West  have  met  in  their  commerce  and  travel.  The  picturesque 
sailing  dhows  which  lie  at  its  wharves  bear  cargoes  of  coffee,  spices, 
gums,  senna,  rose  leaves,  and  all  other  drugs  and  perfumes  of  Araby. 
For  some  reason  M.  de  Lesseps  did  not  bring  his  canal  through  the 
ancient  channel  and  past  the  old  town,  but  when  about  five  miles  off  he 
turned  it  eastward,  avoiding  altogether  the  head  of  the  gulf,  through 
which  the  direct  road  would  have  led.  Thus  it  came  to  pass  that  the  Suez 
Canal  does  not  go  to  Suez  at  all,  but  has  had  formed  for  it  a  port  of  its 
own,  about  three  miles  from  the  head  of  the  gulf.  Some  day  Port  Tewfik 
may  be  one  of  the  great  maritime  and  commercial  cities  of  the  world, 
though  at  present  it  contains  little  besides  the  offices  of  the  canal  com- 
pany and  homes  of  the  pilots.  The  canal  has  at  present  an  average 
width  of  only  twenty-five  yards,  but  great  improvements  are  being  made 
in  this  respect.  A  deepening  is  quite  as  essential  as  a  widening,  because 
of  the  slow  pace  required  of  ships  when  there  is  little  depth  of  water 
under  keel.  The  average  rate  of  speed  of  vessels  passing  through  the 
canal  is  five  miles  an  hour  in  the  excavated  channels.  Of  course  they 
travel  at  full  speed  in  the  open  lakes,  so  that  the  entire  journey  from 
Suez  to  Port  Said  is  made  in  about  twelve  hours.  Ships  are  piloted  on  the 
block  system,  well  known  in  railway  operation.  Parts  of  the  Suez  canal 
have  been  cut  through  sandstone,  while  at  other  places  it  runs  through 
clay  and  sand  hills.  In  its  course  several  lakes  are  passed.  This  is  the 
same  channel  that  was  followed  by  the  ship  canal  built  by  the  Egyptian 
monarch  Necho,  600  B.  C,  from  Suez  to  the  Nile.  This  cutting  became 
choked  with  sand,  but  was  afterward  cleared  and  reopened  by  Caliph 
Omar,  in  the  seventh  century.  The  town  of  Ismailia  is  situated  on  Lake 
Timsah,  the  half-way  point  in  the  canal.  It  clusters  around  a  summer 
palace  of  the  Khedive,  and  was  the  center  of  the  celebrations  at  the 
opening  of  the  canal  in  November,  1869.  Again  in  1882  it  was  the  base 
of  Lord  Wolseley's  campaign  against  Cairo  and  Alexandria.  Port  Said, 
the  northern  entrance  to  the  canal  and  the  Mediterranean  port,  owes  its 
existence  altogether  to  the  canal  and  its  commerce.    It  is  built  on 


Set  in  7-point  Paragon. 
Opened  with  one-point  leads. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


151 


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A  TRIP  AROUND  THE  WORLD. 

reclaimed  sands  between  the  sea  and  Lake  Menzaleh,  and  lies  so 
low  that  it  seems  sometimes  as  if  the  sea  would  overwhelm  it.  It 
is  not  a  picturesque  place,  and  except  for  the  canal  has  little 
interest.  Lake  Menzaleh  is  separated  from  the  sea  by  a  succession 
of  sand  beaches,  which  extend  all  along  the  delta  of  the  Nile  and 
far  eastward  almost  to  the  coast  of  Palestine.  Formerly  Lake 
Menzaleh  was  a  part  of  the  delta,  but  the  sea  has  claimed  it,  and 
it  is  now  a  vast,  half-marshy  lagoon  dotted  with  islets,  the 
fishing  ground  of  Arabs,  and  the  home  of  millions  of  waterfowl. 

THE  LAND  OF  PHARAOHS. 

In  all  the  world,  no  country  has  seen  more  change  in  methods 
and  safety  of  travel  in  the  last  few  years  than  has  Egypt.  Experts 
in  the  organization  of  comfort  for  tourists  have  expended  their 
best  energies  in  devising  ways  by  which  access  can  be  had  to 
the  sights  of  greatest  interest  at  the  least  cost  of  time  and  trouble. 
There  was  a  day  not  long  ago  when  a  visit  to  Cairo,  Alexandria, 
the  Pyramids,  and  the  Sphinx  was  the  limit  of  possibility  for  the 
most  daring  traveler,  and  then  great  expenditure  of  money  and 
labor  was  involved.  Now  it  is  but  the  beginning  of  a  journey  in 
Egypt.  The  cataracts  of  the  Nile  may  be  reached  by  steamers 
which  afford  every  luxury  of  stateroom  and  table.  Ancient 
Thebes  and  Luxor  are  way-stations  on  the  voyage.  The  pilgrim 
who  remembers  Gordon's  brave  fight  and  death  may,  thanks  to 
Lord  Kitchener's  brilliant  re-conquest  of  the  Soudan  region,  ex- 
tend his  tour  to  Khartoum  and  the  upper  Soudan  without  great 
difficulty,  and  it  will  not  be  long  until  the  lakes  of  Central  Africa 
and  the  head  waters  of  the  Nile,  the  scenes  of  infinite  labor  and 
bravery  on  the  part  of  Speke  and  Baker  and  Livingston  and 
Stanley,  may  be  included  in  the  itinerary  of  a  personally  con- 
ducted excursion,  with  a  coupon  ticket  as  the  guarantee  of 
practability.  Though  Cairo  is  only  about  sixty  miles  in  a  direct 
line  from  Suez,  the  railway  makes  the  journey  more  than  double 
that  distance.  It  follows  the  west  bank  of  the  canal  to  Ismailia, 
then  turns  directly  westward  along  the  bank  of  the  fresh-water 
canal  into  the  delta  of  the  Nile.  The  line  passes  through  a 
country  which  was  the  scene  of  much  of  the  fighting  between 
British  troops  and  those  of  Arabi  Pasha  in  1882.  This  same 
fertile  region,  the  delta,  was  the  scene  of  the  most  of  the  labors 
of  Joseph  in  the  time  of  the  Pharaohs,  and  it  was  from  here,  with 
the  Exodus,  that  the  captivity  of  the  Jews  ended  and  their  wander- 
ings in  the  desert  of  Sinai  began.  The  soil  of  the  delta  is  perhaps 
the  most  fertile  in  the  world.  It  is  always  supplied  with  water 
by  innumerable  canals,  annually  filled  when  the  Nile  is  high,  and 


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gradually  diminishing  till  the  inundation  recommences 
in  June.  As  the  water  subsides,  the  character  of  the 
crops  is  varied,  but  three  distinct  harvests  commonly 
are  taken  off  the  same  ground  each  year  if  it  is  arti- 
ficially watered.  This  is  effected  for  the  most  part  by 
the  primitive  methods  of  antiquity,  although  steam 
pumps  and  windmills  are  becoming  more  common.  The 
Nile  and  its  inundation  are  objects  of  constant  interest 
and  solicitude.  A  low  Nile  means  something  like  star- 
vation for  thousands.  The  cause  of  the  inundation  is 
the  heavy  rains  of  Central  Africa.  The  Nile  receives  no 
tributaries  for  the  last  1,800  miles  of  its  course,  but 
is  constantly  feeding  canals  and  reservoirs,  so  that  by 
the  time  it  arrives  at  the  delta  very  little  of  the  original 
volumn  remains.  There  are  plenty  of  hotels  in  Cairo, 
so  that  one  may  choose  as  he  likes  as  to  degrees  of 
fashion  and  expense.  The  city  is  another  of  those 
whose  characteristic  it  has  been  of  recent  years  to  be 
the  meeting  place  for  East  and  West.  It  is  a  favorite 
resort  for  European  travelers. during  the  cold  months 
of  their  own  northern  cities.  The  mixture  of  occidental 
and  oriental  types  and  costumes  helps  to  make  street 
scenes  picturesque,  and  the  city  is  unlike  any  other  in 
the  world.  The  new  town  is  modern,  with  wide  streets 
and  many  trees,  but  it  is  the  old  town,  with  its  narrow, 
winding  lanes,  sometimes  roofed  over,  and  its  red  and 
white  mosques,  that  affords  the  greatest  pleasure  to  the 
stranger.  Within  the  reach  of  daily  excursions  from 
Cairo  are  the  Pyramids  of  Gizeh,  the  Sphinx,  and  the 
ruins  of  Memphis.  The  pyramids  are  but  seven  miles 
from  Cairo,  across  the  Nile,  which  one  passes  by  a  fine 
iron  bridge.  Altogether  there  are  about  sixty  of  these 
gigantic  sepulchers  in  Egypt,  of  which  those  at  Gizeh 
are  the  nearest  to  Cairo  and  the  largest.  The  nearest, 
which,  though  not  now  the  highest,  is  always  called  the 
great  pyramid,  is  that  of  Cheops.  In  addition  to  the 
pyramids  and  Sphinx,  an  immense  number  of  tombs 


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may  be  visited  in  the  same  part  of  the  cemetery  of 
Memphis.  This  excursion  from  Cairo  may  be  made 
comfortably  in  a  carriage,  without  fatigue  or  incon- 
venience. The  Boolak  Museum  of  Cairo,  the  streets 
of  the  native  city,  the  mosques  and  citadel,  the 
bazaars  for  the  sale  of  Egyptian  and  Turkish  work 
in  gold  and  silver,  sweetmeats,  embroidery,  rugs  and 
other  wares,  will  easily  provide  entertainment  for  a 
fortnight  in  Cairo,  and  the  perfection  of  the  climate, 
except  in  the  height  of  summer,  justifies  a  leisurely 
stay  at  this  Egyptian  capital.  Sufficient  variety  of 
choice  is  offered  to  the  traveler  who  wishes  to  go  up 
the  Nile,  to  gratify  almost  any  demand.  If  there  be 
sufficient  time  at  disposal,  the  best  way  to  see  the 
wonders  of  Egypt  is  to  take  a  sailing  boat  or  daha- 
beeah.  The  voyage  to  the  second  cataract  occupies 
about  three  months,  is  very  pleasant,  very  healthful, 
and,  considering  what  one  gets  out  of  it,  very  cheap. 
Tourist  steamers  offer  an  alternative  method  by 
which  one  may  visit  the  Nile  as  far  as  Assuan  and 
back,  including  the  first  cataract,  in  twenty  days. 
Another  plan  is  to  go  by  rail  as  far  as  Siout,  where 
the  railway  terminates,  about  two  hundred  and  fifty 
miles  above  Cairo,  and  thence  by  the  postal  steamers, 
which  run  twice  a  week  and  permit  a  visit  to  some 
of  the  principal  objects  of  interest.  The  tourist 
steamer  journey  up  the  Nile  provides  for  sufficient 
time  with  donkeys  and  guides  to  visit  each  of  the 
points  of  interest  reached  on  the  journey.  Among 
these  are  the  site  of  ancient  Memphis,  with  some 
neighboring  pyramids;  Maghagga,  with  its  sugar 


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manufactories;  the  tombs  and  grottoes 
near  Beni-Hassan,  with  fine  examples  of 
the  Doric  and  lotus  columns;  the  town  of 
Siout,  the  terminus  of  the  railway;  the 
ruins  of  the  temple  of  Abydos;  the  tombs 
of  the  kings  Rameses  near  Thebes;  the 
ruins  of  Karnak;  the  temple  and  town  of 
Luxor,  and  finally  the  cataract,  and  the 
rapids  near  Assuan.  Above  the  first 
cataract,  comfortable  steamers  connect 
with  the  voyage  just  outlined  throughout 
the  tourist  season,  making  the  journey 
to  the  second  cataract  and  return  in 
seven  days.  From  this  point  connecting 
service  can  be  availed  of  to  Khartoum. 

THE  HOLY  LAND. 

With  remarkably  small  expense  and 
little  difficulty  the  traveler  'round  the 
world  may  next  visit  Palestine  and  thus 
diverge  from  his  direct  course.  For  this 
part  of  the  journey  a  method  of  travel 
is  employed  altogether  different  from 
anything  which  he  meets  in  his  entire 
experience,  and  peculiarly  appropriate 
to  the  country.    The  primitive  modes  of 


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life  and  curious  method  of  travel 
that  have  survived  in  the  land 
of  Canaan  from  the  days  of  the 
patriarchs  have  been  utilized 
and  adopted  to  tourist  travel  in 
such  a  way  as  to  multiply  the 
pleasure  of  the  experience  and 
enable  every  feature  of  it  to 
appeal  strongly  to  the  imagina- 
tion and  excite  the  interest  of 
all.  The  charm  and  beauty  of  the 
climate  and  scenery  of  Palestine 
the  associations  of  its  hills  and 
valleys  and  cities  with  the  stories 
of  the  Old  Testament,  the  events 
of  the  New  Testament,  and  the 
wars  of  the  Crusades,  are  some 
of  the  attractions  acknowledged 
by  people  of  every  nationality. 
The  journey  through  Palestine 
is  a  camping  tour,  provided  with 


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BACK  TO  AMERICA 

THE  BRITISH  ISLES  AND  TRANSATLANTIC  ROUTE. 

IF  ONE  were  touring  the  world  "in  eighty  days,"  it  would  be  necessary  to  sail  from  Eng- 
land without  delay,  but  except  for  some  imperative  demand,  the  foreign  traveler  around 
the  world  will  hardly  quit  that  country  without  a  glimpse  of  its  attractions.  So  intimately 
are  the  United  States  and  Great  Britain  bound  together  by  commercial  and  blood  relation- 
ships, and  so  directly  do  they  trace  the  beginnings  of  their  national  greatness  to  the  same 
sources,  that  it  becomes  a  primary  necessity  for  every  American  who  wishes  to  understand 
well  his  own  country  and  its  history  to  acquaint  himself  with  the  British  Isles.  In  a  volume 
of  this  size  it  would  be  superfluous  to  attempt  even  a  sketch  review  of  the  things  to  be  seen 
in  the  United  Kingdom.  London  alone  is  inexhaustible.  One  might  devote  himself  to  the 
literature,  the  art,  the  commerce,  the  history,  which  have  centered  there,  and  in  either  subject 
find  material  for  endless  interest.  Only  to  name  the  Tower,  St.  Paul's,  Westminster  Abbey, 
and  the  National  Gallery  is  enough  to  establish  the  truth  of  this  assertion.  There  is  hardly 
a  mile  of  English  and  Scottish  soil  that  does  not  contain  a  memory  of  something  worth  visit- 
ing. Stratford-on-Avon,  the  lake  district,  the  home  of  Scott,  the  abbeys,  the  castles,  all 
offer  material  for  the  traveler,  whatever  his  tastes  may  be.  out  of  which  he  may  select  what 
is  most  pleasing  to  him.  Equally  romantic  and  enchanting  is  the  scenery  of  Ireland,  the  ports 
of  which  are  the  last  to  be  seen  by  the  trans-Atlantic  traveler.  From  the  British  Isles  the 
'round  the  world  tourist  may  choose  any  one  of  the  dozen  ocean  steamship  lines  sailing 
from  Southampton.  Liverpool.  London,  Glasgow,  Londonderry,  or  Queenstown.  If,  instead, 
he  selects  one  of  the  continental  cities  as  a  port  of  debarkation,  Hamburg,  Bremen,  Antwerp, 
Havre,  or  Cherbourg  are  at  his  disposal.  German,  French,  English,  and  American  lines 
are  open  to  choice  of  the  traveler  who  patronizes  the  American  and  Australian  Line  in  the 
purchase  of  his  ticket.  If  he  has  a  favorite  port,  a  favorite  steamer,  or  a  favorite  captain, 
any  one  is  at  his  disposal.  Then  after  a  voyage  across  the  North  Atlantic  by  the  most 
commodious,  most  luxurious,  safest,  and  fastest  steamers  in  the  world,  he  may  land  again 
on  American  soil  at  any  one  of  the  Atlantic  coast  cities,  from  which  there  is  prompt,  rapid 
and  luxurious  service  back  to  the  point  of  starting.  This  voyage  across  the  North  Atlantic. 
Ocean,  which  leads  to  an  American  port,  the  railways  of  the  United  Stales,  and  home,  is 
a  very  different  thing  from  the  voyages  in  the  tropics  and  in  the  Pacific  and  Indian  Oceans, 
which  have  been  passed  earlier  in  this  "round  the  world"  journey.  On  these  big  Atlantic 
liners  the  number  of  passengers  is  many  times  as  great  as  on  the  steamers  which  ply  on  the 
longer  routes.  Scores  of  travelers  cross  the  Atlantic  to  every  one  who  visits  the  Orient, 
which  after  all  is  one  thing  which  helps  to  make  the  long  journey  to  the  Far  East  more  attrac- 
tive because  less  hackneyed.  Nevertheless,  the  "Atlantic  Ferry"  has  its  very  definite  and 
distinct  attractions  not  ever  forgotten  by  one  who  has  made  the  voyage.  The  astonishing 
perfection  of  the  arrangements  made  for  the  comfort  of  travelers,  the  great  size  of  the  vessels 
in  the  service,  the  richness  of  their  appointments,  the  variety  of  sports,  and  the  wide  sweep 
of  the  decks  available  for  them,  all  help  to  make  the  voyage  a  pleasure.  With  a  passenger 
list  including  hundreds  of  travelers,  and  a  voyage  lasting  one  week  instead  of  several,  the 
social  life  on  board  is  more  apt  to  take  the  form  of  acquaintance  with  congenial  cabin,  deck, 
and  table  neighbors  than  with  the  whole  of  the  company,  as  is  usually  the  case  on  the 
Pacific  Ocean.  This  is  none  the  less  a  pleasure  of  the  voyage.  Then,  on  the  last  night 
before  making  port,  it  is  usual  that  a  concert  is  given   by  the  passengers.     Inasmuch  as  it 


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is  seldom  that  the  number  does  not  include  authors,  artists,  musicians,  and 
actors  of  eminence  traveling  between  Europe  and  America,  such  events 
are  likely  to  be  of  peculiar  interest,  and  the  last  memory  of  the  journey 
before  reaching  home  a  pleasant  one. 

FROM  AUSTRALIA  TO  THE  ORIENT. 

The  waters  of  the  Pacific  and  Indian  Oceans,  north  and  west  of  Aus- 
tralia, are  traversed  by  scores  of  great  steamships  of  modern  construction 
under  the  British  flag,  which  provide  frequent  and  rapid  communication 
between  the  ports  of  Australia,  the  East  Indies,  and  the  Asiatic  continent, 
as  well  as  with  the  home  ports  of  Europe.  These  lines  are  operated  under 
the  flag  of  the  British  India  Steam  Navigation  Company,  The  Queensland 
Royal  Mail,  and  the  Australasian  United  Steam  Navigation  Company.  The 
fleets  in  this  service  are  enormous  and  their  volume  of  traffic  correspondingly 
large.  It  is  true  that  they  do  not  carry  the  larger  volume  of  passenger  traffic 
between  Europe  and  Australia,  most  of  this  business  going  by  way  of  the 
southern  Australian  ports,  instead  of  the  northern.  As  has  been  related  in 
previous  pages,  such  lines  as  the  Peninsular  and  Oriental,  the  Orient, 
the  North  German  Lloyd,  and  the  Messageries  Maritimes  afford  a  luxurious 
and  swift  service  between  London  and  Sydney,  via  Melbourne,  Adelaide, 
Albany,  Colombo,  Aden,  and  Suez.  But  there  is  another  series  of  attrac- 
tions to  the  north  of  Australia,  reached  by  equally  comfortable  methods  of 
travel,  and  altogether  novel.  The  sailing  port  for  these  steamers  is  Brisbane, 
the  capital  of  Queensland.  From  this  city  lines  start  whose  other  terminals 
include  all  the  commercial  ports  from  Yokohama  to  Aden,  as  well  as  the 
through  service  to  London.  It  is  quite  worth  while  to  consider  these  less 
frequented  lines  of  travel  in  planning  a  journey  round  the  world.  From 
Brisbane  to  the  northernmost  extremity  of  the  Australian  continent  at  Cape 
York  is  a  distance  of  nearly  2,000  miles.  On  the  way  there  are  many  inter- 
esting ports  of  call,  including  Rockhampton,  Townsville,  and  Cooktown. 
These  and  the  half-dozen  others  which  break  the  journey  for  a  few  hours 
are  by  no  means  uninteresting  to  the  traveler  beginning  the  long  ocean  voyage. 
Some  of  them  are  outlets  for  large  gold-mining  industries  in  the  interior  of 
the  colony.  Others  are  agricultural  markets  for  wheat,  mutton,  wool,  and 
sugar  cane.  The  northward  journey  takes  one  farther  and  farther  into  the 
tropics,  and  at  the  first  port  beyond  the  Australian  continent  one  enters  the 
waters  of  Torres  Strait,  notable  for  the  savagery  of  the  natives  discovered 
on  the  shores  which  bound  it.  Thursday  Island  is  the  port  right  in  the 
strait,  York  Cape  a  few  miles  to  the  sotithward,  and  the  mountains  of 
New  Guinea  are  in  sight  to  the  north.  New  Guinea  has  been  subdivided 
of  late  years  by  those  colonial  promoters  of  the  East  Indies,  the  British, 
Germans,  and  Dutch,  each  of  whom  has  taken  a  segment  for  development. 
Nevertheless  this  largest  of  all  islands  is  still  to  a  great  extent  unexplored, 
and  the  natives  in  the  remoter  parts  are  as  dangerous  as  they  were  in  the 
days  of  the  first  explorers.  The  recent  unprofitable  rush  of  gold  seekers 
into  the  island  from  Australia  brings  the  last  mentioned  fact  forcibly  to 
mind.  Thursday  Island  is  the  center  of  pearl-shell  fisheries  of  great  value. 
It  is  recognized  as  an  important  strategic   point,   and   has  been  fortified 


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strongly  by  the  British  imperial  authorities,  who  quarter  a  perma- 
nent military  force  there.  From  Thursday  Island  the  steamers 
of  the  British  India  Company  sail  almost  directly  westward  for 
more  than  two  thousand  miles,  through  the  Arafura,  Banda, 
Flores,  and  Java  seas,  coasting  the  Dutch  Spice  Islands  all  the 
way  to  Batavici,  the  capital  of  the  Dutch  Eeist  Indies  and  the 
metropolis  of  the  Archipelago.  The  voyage  is  a  tropical  one, 
but  the  steamers  are  built  for  this  service  and  provide  accom- 
modations adapted  to  the  climate.  At  Batavia  the  lines  of  this 
company  diverge,  some  vessels  sailing  directly  to  Aden,  and 
reaching  Plymouth  as  a  home  port,  by  way  of  the  Red  Sea, 
the  Suez  Canal,  the  Mediterranean,  and  Gibraltar.  Others 
sail  northwestward  to  Singapore,  coasting  the  eastern  shores  of 
Sumatra,  through  the  Straits  of  Malacca,  and  into  the  Bay  of 
Bengal,  touching  at  the  ports  of  the  Malay  Peninsula,  and 
finding  their  terminus  at  Rangoon,  Calcutta,  or  Madras.  By 
the  vessels  of  this  same  great  company  one  may  visit  Kurrachee, 
Muscat,  Bushire,  and  the  other  pxjrts  of  the  Persian  Gulf, 
even  reaching  Bagdad  without  difficulty.  Another  service 
maintained  by  the  same  company  reaches  all  the  ports  of  the 
east  coast  of  Africa  from  Delagoa  Bay  northweu-d  to  Mozam- 
bique, Zanzibar,  and  thence  to  Bombay-  Still  another  service 
extends  from  Bombay  and  Colombo  to  the  island  of  Mauritius 
the  scene  of  the  tale  of  "Paul  and  Virginia."  As  for  the 
ports  of  India  and  British  Burmah,  either  on  the  Arabian  Sea 
or  the  Bay  of  Bengal,  they  are  brought  as  easily  within  reach 
by  the  frequent  service  of  splendid  steamers  as  are  the  Atlan- 
tic coast  cities  of  the  United  States.  Those  countries  of  Europe 
which  maintain  colonies  in  the  Pacific  Ocean  find  it  desirable 
to  subsidize  transportation  lines,  in  order  to  provide  satisfac- 
tory means  of  communication  to  these  remote  settlements. 
Passenger  and  freight  traffic  alone  might  support  occasional 
steamers,  but  could  not  be  depended  upon  to  do  so.  The 
expenditure  made  by  these  governments,  therefore,  comes  to 
the  assistance  of  every  individual  tourist,  and  the  traveler  who 
visits  these  seas  will  find  aweiiting  him  commodious,  safe  and 


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fast  steamers  sailing  on  regular  schedules  to  islands 
that  are  but  names  to  most  dwellers  in  the  northern 
hemisphere.  In  the  pages  devoted  to  New  Zealand 
something  has  been  said  concerning  the  facilities  for 
travel  to  Samoa,  Tonga,  Tahiti,  and  the  more  easterly 
islands  of  the  South  Pacific.  From  the  Australian 
ports  another  service  is  maintained  to  New  Caledonia, 
the  French  colony  of  the  West  Pacific,  the  New 
Hebrides,  Norfolk  Island,  and  the  Fiji  Islands.  These 
steamers  sail  in  the  service  either  of  the  Australasian 
United  Steam  Navigation  Company  or  the  Messageries 
Maritimes  n-om  Sydney,  vessels  passing  each  way 
every  two  weeks.  Noumea,  the  capital  of  New  Cale- 
donia,  is  a  very  pleasant  city,  its  French  atmosphere 
making  it  altogether  different  from  any  other  of  the 
Pacific  islands.  It*  possesses  a  fine  harbor,  stone 
wharves,  wide  streets  with  shade  trees,  excellent  public 
buildings,  and  a  botanical  geirden.  New  Caledonia  is 
a  penal  colony  of  France  and  an  excellent  convict 
band  of  forty  performers  furnishes  music  in  the  public 
square.  The  town  is  well  lighted,  provided  with  good 
hotels,  and  the  drives  in  the  vicinity  are  exceedingly 
interesting.  The  chief  industries  are  the  mining  of 
chrome  and  nickel  and  the  raising  of  coffee.  Steamers 
leave  Noumea  for  a  circuit  of  the  island  every  week. 
They  are  new  and  comfortable,  lighted  by  electricity, 
and  the  service  is  entirely  satisfactory.  The  trip  around 
the  island  consumes  eight  days,  every  moment  of  the 
time  offering  fresh  views  of  novel  scenery.  The  entire 
voyage  is  inside  the  reef,  in  smooth  water,  and  the 


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A  TRIP  AROUND  THE  WORLD 

vessel  anchors  every  night.  From  the  ports 
of  Australia  to  those  of  the  extreme  Orient 
there  are  three  steamship  companies  per- 
forming  regular  service,  and  their  schedules 
are  arranged  alternately,  so  the  passenger 
may  be  sure  of  a  direct  sailing  once  a  week. 
Two  of  these  lines,  the  China  Navigation 
Company  and  the  Eastern  and  Australian 
Steamship  Company,  are  English  corpora- 
tions, the  steamers  a  product  of  English 
shipyards,  and  officered  by  Englishmen. 
The  third  line,  the  Nippon  Yusen  Kaisha, 
or  Japan  Mail  Line,  is  one  part  of  that  great 
service  maintained  in  the  Orient  by  the 
Japanese,  whose  steamers  now  ply  between 
most  ports  of  the  Pacific.  They  too  are 
English  built  and  officered  by  Englishmen, 
although  line  and  steamers  have  Japanese 
names.  All  of  the  vessels  in  these  services 
are  large  enough  to  be  entirely  comfortable, 
and  offer  a  very  attractive  journey  to  the 
passenger  who  visits  Asia  by  this  route. 
They  sail  from  Sydney  northward  to  Bris- 
bane, at  either  of  which  ports  passengers 
may  Join  the  vessel.  All  the  principal  ports 
of  Queensland  are  visited  in  turn.     From 


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A  TRIP  AROUND  THE  WORLD 

Thursday  Island  the  track  follows  direct- 
ly across  the  entrance  to  the  Gulf  of 
Carpentaria  and  around  the  northern 
coast  of  Australia  to  Port  Darwin^  which 
is  the  landing  place  of  the  submarine 
cable  connecting  these  colonies  with 
Europe  by  way  of  Java,  Sumatra,  and 
Singapore.  Here  too  the  transcontinental 
telegraph  begins  its  southern  journey 
across  the  Australian  desert  to  Adelaide. 
From  Port  Darwin  to  Hongkong  the 
track  chart  shows  a  very  direct  line  of 
sailing,  past  the  islands  of  Timor,  the 
Moluccas,  Celebes,  Mindanao,  and 
Luzon,  into  the  China  Sea.  Under 
Spanish  dominion  the  Philippine  Islands 
were  not  favored  by  either  trade  or 
travel,  consequently  steamers  did  not 
choose  to  call  at  Manila,  although  that 
capital  was  almost  within  sight  of  the 


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|HE  invention  of  the  printing  press  must  have  followed  the  makmg  of  movable  types.  Nothing  abso- 
lutely certain  is  known  of  the  time  at  which  either  was  first  introduced,  As  the  invention  of  type 
lies  somewhere  between  the  years  1438  and  1450,  it  may  be  assumed  that  this  period  also  produced 
the  first  printing  press,  all  the  important  features  of  which  are  still  preserved  in  the  modem  hand 
press.  As  printing  from  blocks  had  been  practised  for  many  years  previously,  the  method  of  taking 
such  impressions  now  uncertain,  it  is  possible  that  the  first  press  for  printing  type  may  have  derived 
fsome  or  all  of  its  characteristics  from  that  used  for  printing  blocks.  TGutenberg's  printing  press 
consisted  of  two  upright  timbers,  with  cross  pieces  of  wood  to  stay  them  together  at  the  top  and 
bottom,  and  two  intermediate  cross-timbers.  On  one  of  these  the  type  was  supported,  and  through  the  other  a  wooden 
screw  passed,  its  lower  point  resting  on  the  center  of  a  wooden  platen,  which  was  thus  screwed  down  upon  the  type 
after  it  had  been  inked  and  the  paper  spread  over  it.  This  simple  form  continued  in  use  for  150  years,  or  until  the 
early  part  of  the  seventeenth  century,  without  any  material  change.  The  forms  of  type  were  placed  upon  wood  or  stone 
beds,  incased  in  frames  called  coffins,  moved  in  and  out  laboriously  by  hand,  and  after  each  impression  the  platen 
had  to  be  screwed  up  with  the  bar  so  that  the  printed  sheet  might  be  removed  and  hung  up  to  dry.  <rThe  first  re- 
corded improvements  to  this  press  were  made  by  William  Jenson  Blaeuw,  of  Amsterdam,  about  1620.  Blaeuw's  press 
was  introduced  into  England,  and  used  there  as  well  as  upon  the  continent,  being  substantially  the  same  as  that  used 
by  Benjamin  Franklin  in  London  in  1725.  tfLittle  further  improvement  was  made  before  1798,  when  the  Earl  of  Stan- 
hope had  a  press  built,  the  frame  of  which  was  one  piece  of  cast  iron.  A  necessity  had  arisen  for  greater  power  in  giving 
impression,  especially  in  the  printing  of  wood-cuts,  and  the  tendency  was  naturally  toward  larger  forms  of  type,  requir- 
ing greater  exertion  on  part  of  the  printer.  The  screw  was  retained  with  the  addition  of  a  combination  of  levers  to  as- 
sist in  gaining  greater  power  with  less  expenditure  of  energy.  <f  The  next  practical  improvement  was  by  George  Clymer, 
of  Philadelphia,  who,  about  1816,  devised  an  iron  machine  entirely  dispensing  with  the  screw,  Clymer  took  his  inven- 
tion to  England  where  it  became  known  as  the  Columbian  press.  In  England  Ruthven,  Brown  and  others  made  iron 
hand  presses,  all  improving  on  the  Stanhope.  In  1822  Peter  Smith  devised  a  machine  with  cast  iron  frame,  in  which  a 
toggle-joint,  at  once  simple  and  effective,  took  the  place  of  the  screw  with  levers.  <Fln  1827  Samuel  Rust,  of  New  York, 
worked  out  a  great  improvement  on  the  Smith  press.  This  patent  was  purchased  by  R.  Hoe  &  Co.  who  improved  upon 
it.  The  new  invention  was  known  as  the  Washington  press,  and  in  principle  and  construction  has 'never  been  surpassed 
by  any  hand  printing  machine,  <f  The  bed-and-platen  system  of  printing  was  up  to  the  mJddle  of  the  nineteenth  cen- 
tury the  favorite  method  for  fine  books  and  illustrations,  and  still  has  a  limited  use.  The  first  power  or  steam  press  upon 
this  principle  was  made  by  Dr.  Daniel  Treadwell  of  Boston  in  1822,  The  frames  were  of  wood,  but  only  a  few  were  con- 
structed. The  best  press  of  this  description  is  that  devised  and  patented  by  Issac  Adams,  of  Boston  in  1830  and  1836, 
and  by  Otis  Tufts,  of  the  same  place,  in  1834.  This  was  first  made  with  a  wooden  and  afterward  with  an  iron  frame. 
In  1858  Adams'  business  became  the  property  of  Hoe  &  Co.,  who  improved  the  machine.  fThe  method  of  printing 
from  forms  carried  upon  flat  beds  backward  and  forward  beneath  a  cylinder  had  been  rudely  employed  by  printers  of 
copperplate  engravings  in  the  fifteenth  century.  With  the  introduction  of  this  system  began  an  entirely  new  era  in  the 
history  of  the  printing  press.  The  credit  of  actually  introducing  into  use  a  flat-bed  cylinder  press  is  due  to  a  Saxon 
named  Friederich  Koenig,  who,  in  England,  in  1806,  through  the  aid  of  Thomas  Bensley,  a  printer  in  London,  devised 
a  machine  which  was  used  in  1812-13.  Koenig  was  assisted  also  by  a  mechanic  named  Andrew  Bauer,  a  fellow  coun- 
tryman. <f  He  also  devised  what  has  proved  even  to  this  day  to  be  the  best  mechanism  for  producing  reciprocating  motion 
of  the  type  bed.  ^fln  1814  Koenig  patented  a  continuously  revolving  cylinder  press.  He  also  showed  designs  adapting 
it  for  use  as  a  single  cylinder,  and  also  as  a  two-cylinder  press,  both  for  printing  on  one  side  of  the  paper  at  a  time,  like- 
wise a  two-cylinder  press  for  printing  both  sides  at  one  operation.  In  the  same  year  he  erected  two  two-cylinder  presses 
for  the  London  Times  that  printed  one  side  at  the  rate  of  800  sheets  per  hour.  Bacon,  Donkin,  Cowper  and  Applegath 
also  patented  improvements  about  the  same  time.  <FThe  most  ingenious  and  practical  device  improving  the  flat-bed 
and  cylinder  press  was  patented  by  Napier  in  1829  and  1830.  He  first  introduced  grippers  for  conveying  the  sheets 
around  the  cyUnder  during  impression,  and  for  deUvering  them  after  printing.  Tapes  had  been  previously  used.  He 
was  the  first  to  construct  presses  in  which  the  cylinders  are  of  small  size  and  make  two  or  more  revolutions  to  each 
impression,  lifting  the  cylinder  by  toggles,  <f  About  1832  Robert  Hoe  made  the  first  cylinder  press  ever  used  in  the 
United  States.  This  was  of  the  single  large  cylinder  pattern,  making  one  revolution  for  each  impression,  and  never 
stopping.  The  stop-cylinder  was  devised  and  patented  by  a  Frenchman  named  Dutartre  in  1852,  and  was  later  intro- 
duced into  the  United  States  and  improved  in  many  respects.  *FUp  to  1847  American  newspapers  were  printed  upon 
single  small  cylinder  or  two  cylinder  machines  at  2000  to  4000  an  hour.  Then  came  in  the  Hoe  type-revolving  machine, 
where  a  central  cylinder  held  the  type  pages  upon  its  surface,  and  grouped  about  it  were  from  four  to  ten  impression 
cylinders  as  the  case  required.  Each  cylinder  required  a  feeder,  usually  a  boy,  who  was  required  to  handle  2000  sheets 
an  hour.  Later  type  forms  gave  place  to  curved  plates  on  these  machines.  In  1865  WilUam  Bullock  constructed  the 
first  machine  to  print  from  a  continuous  web  of  paper.  It  consisted  of  two  form  or  plate  cylinders  and  two  impression 
cylinders,  the  second  impression  cylinder  being  of  large  size  to  provide  additional  tympan  surface  to  lessen  the  offset 
from  the  first  printed  side  of  the  paper.  In  1868  the  London  Times  set  up  the  first  rotary  perfecting  press,  similar  to 
the  Bullock,  except  that  the  cyUnders  were  of  the  same  size  and  placed  one  above  the  other.  In  1871  R.  Hoe  and  Co. 
turned  their  attention  to  the  rotary  perfecting  press,  and  built  machines  containing  many  improvements,  with  little 
limit  to  their  capacity  for  printing  except  the  ability  of  the  paper  web  to  stand  the  strain  of  passing  through  the  press. 
Then  was  developed  the  Hoe  double  supplement  press,  the  first  of  which  was  used  by  the  New  York  Herald,  and  for  the 
third  time  completely  revolutionizing  newspaper  printing,  A  later  time  (1887)  witnessed  the  installation  in  the  New  York 
World  of  the  first  quadruple  newspaper  press,  and  in  1890  the  Herald  installed  a  sextuple  press.  Since  then  various 
changes  and  improvements  by  several  makers  principally  Hoe,  Goss  and  Scott,  have  added  greatly  to  the  speed  and 
perfection  of  machines  for  newspaper  printing. 


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THE  OPTIMUS  TWO-REVOLUTION;  ITS  SIMPLE  BED  MOTION. 

OR  fifty  years  or  more  printing  press  builders  have  striven  to  attain  perfection  in  the 
bed  motion.  In  recent  years  the  demand  for  greater  speed  but  stimulated  their  exer- 
tions. Only  through  improvement  could  speed  be  reached.  Individual  effort  along 
different  lines  has  produced  motions  more  or  less  commendable  in  the  most  vital  and 
most  important  movement  of  a  printing  press.  In  this,  as  in  every  line  of  invention, 
there  is  only  one  really  good  way  out — only  one  way  that,  because  of  high  efficiency 
and  perfection,  can  be  said  to  be  the  very  best  and  superior  to  all  else  for  the  purpose.  This  pre-emi- 
nence in  driving  motions  we  embody  in  the  Optimus.  tffAll  the  desirable  modem  bed  motions  consist 
of  some  adaptation  of  a  shifting  or  a  movable  gear  which,  in  each  of  two  positions,  engages  a  rack  at- 
tached to  the  type  bed.  Experience  indicates  that  a  three-to-one  gear  is  the  best  for  speed;  that  is,  a 
gear  which  makes  three  revolutions  to  each  impression.  A  number  of  presses  in  common  use  have  a 
three-to-one  bed  gear.  If  this  were  all,  there  would  be  no  choice  in  these  mechanisms.  But  all  of 
these  three-to-one  bed  motions,  with  the  exception  of  the  Babcock,  are  made  up  of  a  complexity  of 
motions.  The  gear  is  thrown  back  and  forth  or  up  and  down,  jmd  the  shoes  moved  in  and  out,  at  each 
end  of  the  rack  at  each  stroke  of  the  bed  by  separate  and  independent  mechanisms  more  or  less  com- 
plex, all  of  which  are  expected  to  work  in  unison.  The  builders  of  these  bed  motions,  taking  as  a 
model  an  early  and  intricate  mechanism,  have  been  forced  to  ignore  simplicity.  <f  The  most  efficient 
device  for  any  purpose  is  that  which  gives  desired  results  with  fewest  parts  and  least  motions.  Sim- 
plicity is  the  first  characteristic  of  the  Babcock  patented  ball  and  socket  bed  motion.  It  is  not  made 
up  of  different  mechanisms  receiving  motion  from  different  purees.  It  has  few  parts,  less  than  any 
other.  It  is  a  perfect  motion,  practically  indestructible  by  wear,  and  eliminates  the  faults  others  con- 
tain. It  is  only  a  shaft  with  the  driving  pulley  on  one  end  and  the  star  gear  on  the  other.  On  this 
shaft  is  the  series  of  balls  and  sockets  so  placed  that  one  part  of  the  shaft  is, deflectable,  giving  a  recip- 
rocating as  well  as  a  rotary  motion  to  the  gear.  This  permits  the  star  gear  to  engage  the  single  rack 
from  above  at  one  movement  of  the  bed  and  from  below  at  the  next,  and  secures  the  advantage  of  driv- 
ing in  both  directions  from  the  same  point.  This  patented  device  is  the  only  one  imparting  motion 
with  absolute  uniformity  regardless  of  the  angle  of  transmission.  The  mechanism  is  so  strong,  so  per- 
fect in  construction,  that  it  will  endure  many  times  the  strain  that  any  work  can  give.  During  the 
years  of  its  use  no  amoimt  of  hard  nmning  or  actual  abuse  has  impaired  in  the  least  its  efficiency  or 
its  perfection  of  operation.  <f The  ball  and  socket  principle  is  carried  further,  <md  becomes  the 
source  of  greatest  advantage  in  our  patented  bed  driving  gear  and  rack.  It  is  of  the  greatest  possible 
efficiency  at  the  points  of  reverse  of  the  bed.  Each  end  of  the  rack  is  fitted  with  a  large  hardened 
steel  ball  adjusted  on  a  large  steel  stud,  which  engages  the  star  gear.  The  space  or  socket  in  the  gear 
which  engages  these  balls  is  absolutely  spherical,  giving  perfect  contact  between  the  gear  and  the 
ends  of  the  rack,  and  furnishing  large  and  durable  wearing  surfaces.  ^IfThe  shaft  which  carries  the 
bed  gear  is  of  very  large  proportions,  being  actually  many  times  as  strong  as  was  considered  necessary 
in  well  built  machines  a  few  years  ago.  The  whole  mechanism  is  so  accurately  balanced  and  nicely 
constructed  as  to  admit  of  the  highest  speed  without  jar  or  vibration.  <^The  rack  is  located  not  in 
the  center  of  the  bed,  but  in  the  center  of  the  load.  The  inking  rollers,  geared  direct  to  one  side  of 
the  bed,  require  a  large  amount  of  power  to  drive.  The  rack  is  placed  at  the  proper  point  between 
the  middle  of  the  bed  and  the  end  which  drives  the  rollers  to  insure  its  being  in  the  center  of  resist- 
ance. All  other  bed  drives  move  the  bed  in  one  direction  with  a  rack  close  up  under  the  bed,  and  in 
the  other  with  a  rack  near  the  base  of  the  machine,  a  bad  application  of  power  which  makes  impos- 
sible the  use  of  a  strong  center-girt  under  impression.  In  the  Babcock  bed  motion,  however,  there  is 
but  one  rack,  and  this  is  sufficiently  high  to  permit  the  use  of  a  cross-girt  of  great  strength.  tfOne 
of  the  serious  objections  to  other  bed  driving  devices  is  that  the  shoes  are  movable  and  long.  The 
roll  on  the  bed  gear  which  engages  these  shoes  and  stops  and  starts  the  bed,  travels  a  long  distance 
quickly,  and  frequently  under  high  pressure,  touching  the  shoe  at  a  point  only.  The  result  is  worn 
roll  and  shoes,  which  "pound"  at  the  points  of  reverse,  reducing  the  speed  and  injuring  the  whole 
machine.  The  Babcock  shoes  for  reversing  the  bed  are  small  and  curved  to  fit  the  star  gear  roll. 
They  are  not  thrown  in  and  out  of  action,  but  bolted  solidly  in  position,  and  produce  little  motion  in 
the  roll.  They  run  years  without  needing  adjustment.  tfA  common  device  for  overcoming  the  irreg- 
ularities of  a  poor  bed  motion  is  a  long  rack  and  segment  for  gearing  bed  and  cylinder  together  during 
impression.  This  arrangement  is  positive  evidence  of  a  faulty  bed  motion,  and  is  never  entirely  satis- 
factory. On  Babcock  presses  a  short  rack  and  segment  are  used  just  before  the  impression,  and  the 
perfect  bed  motion  does  the  rest  in  a  manner  beyond  criticism.    <f  The  secret  of  the  success  of  the  whole 


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THE  OPTIMUS   TWO-REVOLUTION. 


Babcock  Optimus  patented  bed  motion  is  in  the  proper  adaptation  of  the  ball  and 
socket  mechanism,  a  unique  feature  in  a  bed  motion.  The  Babcock  Company  has 
invented  special  machinery  for  making  the  shoes  and  for  making  perfect  balls  and 
perfect  sockets,  and  the  result  is  an  absolutely  perfect  bed  motion,  the  acme  of  sim- 
plicity and  durability,  and  unequalled  speed.  It  is  the  only  one  unchanged  and 
unchanging.  Some  other  bed  drives  greatly  boasted  a  year  or  so  ago,  are  now  en- 
tirely abandoned,  while  today  the  most  vaunted  are  not  as  they  were  some  months 
since.  That  of  the  Optimus  has  not  given  trouble  nor  cost  anyone  one  cent.  It  gives 
easily  a  press  of  highest  speed,  greatest  steadiness  and  smoothness  in  operation,  and 
absolute  register.  The  extreme  and  unusual  uniformity  of  action  of  the  driving 
motion  of  the  Optimus  makes  the  attaching  of  automatic  feeders  to  this  press  exceed- 
ingly easy  and  satisfactory,  and  insures  the  best  possible  performance  from  these 
delicately  adjusted  machines.  It  gives,  also,  long  wear  to  forms.  On  a  No,  11 
(45x63)  Optimus  a  run  of  800,000  was  recently  made  from  one  set  of  plates,  "and 
the  plates  do  not  look  as  if  they  had  been  used", — a  performance  impossible  on  any 
other  press, 

STRENGTH  AND  DELICACY  OF  IMPRESSION. 
Strength,  pure  and  simple,  is  a  matter  of  construction.  If  omitted  by  the  builder 
the  pressman  cannot  supply  it.  It  does  not  depend  upon  mere  weight.  The  metal 
must  be  properly  placed.  In  some  presses  the  pecularities  of  the  driving  motions 
do  not  admit  of  the  use  of  a  sufficiently  massive  center-girt  to  withstand  the  strains 
of  impression,  which  often  are  great.  The  line  of  contact  between  cylinder  and  form 
in  a  press  of  average  size  is  one-half  inch  wide.  The  pressure  required  for  fine  work 
on  heavy  forms  is  about  six  hundred  pounds  per  square  inch.  On  a  forty -inch  form 
the  total  pressure  is  nearly  twelve  thousand  pounds,  or  six  tons.  Whether  a  press  is 
well  designed  to  withstand  the  intermittent  blows  of  strong  impression  is  best  told 
by  the  absence  of  "guttering,"  which  is  caused  by  the  springing  of  the  metal  when 
press  is  on  and  off  impression.  To  gutter  is  to  be  weak.  It  is  the  evidence  of  a  lack 
of  rigidity.  9"The  Optimus  does  not  gutter.  In  this  respect  it  stands  alone,  and  is, 
under  impression,  the  most  rigid  of  presses.  Just  why  this  is  so  is  due  to  the  origi- 
nal, simple  and  effective  means  adopted  to  meet  the  conditions.  ^We  show  a  view 
of  that  portion  of  an  Optimus  press  immediately  under  the  impression  line.  It  dis- 
plays the  massive  center-girt  used  in  all  Optimus  presses,  and  also  the  extreme 
simplicity  of  the  driving  motion,  to  which  we  have  before  referred.  This  center-girt 
supports  six  tracks  which  in  turn  support  the  bed.  In  addition  to  the  heaviest  girt, 
the  Optimus  possesses  the  heaviest  side  frames  in  use,  and  upon  these  the  girt 
is  supported  by  heavy  flanges  so  that  the  strain  of  impression  is  not  imposed  upon 
the  bolts  which  unite  girt  and  frames.  At  this  point  the  frames  are  solid,  and  in 
no  way  are  they  weakened  by  being  cut  away  for  rods,  springs,  toggles,  or  other  com- 
plexities for  raising  the  cylinder.  Not  only  does  the  girt  contain  a  great  weight  of 
metal,  but  its  form  is  such  as  to  greatly  add  to  its  power  of  resistance.  It  is  not 
weakened  by  being  cut  away  to  admit  the  passage  of  a  bed  rack  that  hangs  too  low. 
It  is  not  merely  a  tie  between  the  side  frames,  but  a  massive,  unyielding  support  for 
impression.  *IFThe  pressure  required  today  to  print  a  high-class  cut  form  would  have 
been  impossible  in  the  strongest  press  built  a  few  years  ago.    It  is  a  comparatively 


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simple  problem  to  make  the  cylinder  sufficiently  strong,  though  it  is  one 
not  yet  solved  by  everybody.  The  problem  of  the  bed  support  is  quite  a 
different  proposition,  principally  because  the  stopping  and  starting  of  a 
needlessly  heavy  bed  produces  shock  and  strain  to  the  press  and  founda- 
tions, consumes  power  and  limits  speed,  and  speed  is  one  of  the  prime  fac- 
tors in  a  modern  press,  tjf  The  first  presses  had  two  tracks.  One  of  the 
early  devices  for  increasing  the  bed  support  was  a  single  wheel  under  the 
center  of  impression.  Then  two  independent  wheels  made  two  runners 
between  the  tracks.  These  proved  difficult  of  adjustment,  and  unequal  to 
the  strain.  Then  two  or  three  smaller  wheels  in  clusters  were  tried, 
making  a  short  wheel  track,  resulting  in  increased  strength,  but  still 
lacking  in  accuracy  of  adjustment,  and  this  lack  was  fatal  to  best  print- 
ing. Later  a  builder  put  four  full-length  roller  tracks  under  the  bed, 
abandoning  a  better  arrangement  because  of  his  inability  to  devise  a 
way  to  accurately  adjust  the  wheels,  which,  with  several  in  each  track, 
must  all  have  their  upper  surfaces  exactly  in  line  and  touch  the  tracks 
under  the  bed  with  equal  precision.  With  an  exception  or  two  the  four- 
track  practice  became  general,  Cjf  Four  long  roller  tracks  cannot  be  ad- 
justed accurately  to  compensate  for  wear,  which  is  greatest  on  the  inside 
tracks,  A  common  expedient  to  correct  wear  in  these  is  to  "wedge  up" 
between  the  center  girt  and  the  tracks;  but  here  is  met  the  same  trouble 
as  with  the  wheels — the  impossibility  of  wedging  accurately.  Rebuilding 
at  the  factory  is  the  only  remedy,  CjfWe  have  always  contended  that 
four  non-adjustable  tracks  were  a  poor  arrangement,  and  that  four  tracks 
of  any  kind  were  insufficient  for  medium  and  large-sized  beds,  A  support 
under  each  end  is  as  necessary  as  at  any  point.  The  first  effect  of  taking 
impression  is  strain  between  bed  and  cylinder.  This  strain  must  be 
maintained  until  the  form  is  printed.  The  only  possible  way  to  accom- 
plish this  is  by  firm  contact  between  the  bearers  on  ends  of  cylinder  and 
the  bearers  on  ends  of  bed.  Otherwise  every  time  the  cylinder  passes  a 
margin  it  will  drop  into  it  to  be  picked  up  again  by  the  opposite  edge  of 
the  form,  working  ruin  in  the  wake  of  its  guttering  weakness,  ^Tests 
proved  that  a  wheel  five  or  six  inches  in  diameter  was  more  durable  un- 
der a  press  bed  than  a  roller  track  the  same  length  as  the  diameter  of  the 
wheel;  and  that  a  short  track  of  two  or  three  wheels  was  more  durable 
and  retained  adjustment  longer  than  a  roller  track  of  whatever  length, 
each  wheel  having  three  times  the  wearing  surface  of  a  straight  track  as 
long  as  its  diameter.  Three  wheels  each  five  inches  in  diameter,  are 
equivalent  to  a  track  about  four  feet  (forty-seven  inches)  in  length.  As 
it  is  impossible  to  concentrate  four  feet  of  straight  roller  track  under  the 
point  of  impression,  and  entirely  feasible  to  concentrate  a  track  of  wheels 


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with  four  feet  of  track  surface  on  their  circumferences,  it  is 
easy  to  understand  why  a  wheel  track  of  three  wheels  is 
more  durable  than  any  other  arrangement .  The  ordinary 
long  roller  or  guide  tracks  are  needed  to  direct  and  main- 
tain the  bed  in  position;  but  wheel  tracks  made  of  several 
wheels  each  are  the  perfect  support  for  sustaining  im- 
pression. The  original  users  of  wheel  tracks,  and  other 
builders,  have  always  conceded  the  desirability  of  wheels; 
but  because  of  failure  to  adjust  them  accurately  they  were 
abandoned  for  a  mechanism  even  less  adjustable.  The 
use  of  the  four  long  roller  tracks  is  advocated  by  saying 
that  they  will  wear,  and  therefore  will  not  need  adjust- 
ing— a  statement  that  the  experience  of  printers  will  not 
substantiate.  When,  four  or  five  years  ago,  a  prominent 
press  that  had  been  for  years  made  as  a  two-track  ma- 
chine was  changed  to  four,  its  makers  said  that  they  knew 
the  last  was  not  as  good  construction  as  the  old;  but  they 
intended  to  take  advantage  of  the  fallacy  of  the  printer 
concerning  four  tracks,  and  would  furnish  an  inferior  ma- 
chine in  order  to  sell  more.  ^Satisfying  ourselves  be- 
yond all  doubt  that  wheel  tracks  adjustable  for  uneven- 
ness  of  wear  are  vastly  more  desirable  than  the  non-ad- 
justable roller  tracks,  we  invented  a  way  to  readily  ad- 
just them  to  mathematical  accuracy,  and  made  positively 
practical  the  use  of  this  unequalled  means  of  bed  support. 
^The  result  of  this  study  is  that  for  several  years  Optimus 
presses  have  been  equipped  with  patented  semi-automa- 
tic adjustable  wheel  tracks,  three  wheels  in  a  track,  and 
four  of  these  tracks,  beside  the  two  long  guide  tracks,  six 
in  all,  to  each  medium  or  large-sized  press.  Each  of  these 
wheels  can  be  adjusted  in  a  few  seconds  so  that  it  bears 
against  the  bed  uniformly  with  all  the  others  without 
special  care  on  the  part  of  the  operator.  This  adjusta- 
blity  does  not  exist  in  any  other  press,  while  the  two  Op- 
timus roller  tracks  themselves  have  twice  the  durability 
of  the  ordinary  style.    The  two  new  patented  roller 


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tracks,  combined  with  the  four  wheel  tracks,  all 
sustained  by  the  most  massive  center-girt  in 
use,  make  a  six-track  bed  support  never  before 
equalled  in  durability  and  power  of  resistance 
to  impressional  strains,  ^The  strength  sup- 
porting the  bed  is  met  above  by  a  heavy  and 
thoroughly  well  braced  and  accurately  bal- 
anced cylinder,  supplied  with  a  steel  shaft  as 
large  and  nearly  twice  as  strong  as  the  cast  iron 
shafts  others  use.  This  shaft  runs  in  unusually 
large  and  long  steel  boxes,  with  close  connec- 
tions between  cylinder  and  bearings,  offering  a 
rigidity  equal  to  that  of  the  bed  supports.  The 
boxes,  or  bearings,  are  themselves  a  part  of  the 
heavy  side  frames,  solidly  bolted  to  them.  The 
upward  thrust  of  impression  is,  therefore,  sus- 
tained by  the  cylinder  shaft  held  in  immov- 
able boxes.  In  other  words,  the  cylinder  is 
held  to  form  by  the  side  frames,  contrary  to  the 
practice  in  all  other  presses,  wherein  the  boxes 
are  loose  in  the  side  frames,  and  slip  up  and 
down  as  the  cylinder  rises  and  falls  at  each  im- 
pression. The  Optimus  cylinder  is  adjusted  for 
impression  by  means  of  a  very  heavy  screw  so 
fitted  into  the  box  that  all  strain  is  taken  upon 
its  head,  and  this  screw  is  capable  of  resisting 
fifty  times  the  strain  that  it  will  ever  be  called 
upon  to  endure.  The  raising  or  lowering  of  the 
cylinder  never  throws  it  out  of  line  with  the 
bed.  Whether  cylinder  is  high  or  low,  its  rela- 
tion to  bed  and  tracks  is  always  true. 


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A  word  about  the  bearings  in  which  the 
cyHnder  shaft  runs.  A  pipe  box  is  one  that 
is  made  out  of  a  soUd  piece  of  metal  It 
has  no  cap,  and  cannot  be  taken  apart.  The 
bearings  in  such  boxes  are  not  true,  and  one 
end  is  larger  than  the  other.  The  inside 
cannot  be  scraped  thoroughly,  or  very  well 
in  fact,  to  work  off  the  high  spots.  All  that 
can  be  done  is  to  make  them  as  good  as  can 
be,  and  fit  them  so  they  will  slide  on  the 
shaft,  which,  of  course,  touches  only  the  high 
places.  When  the  high  spots  are  gone 
through  wear  the  shaft  is  loose,  and  a  very 
bad  condition  exists.  ^A  split  box  is  one 
that  is  in  two  pieces,  has  a  cap,  and  can  be 
taken  apart.  This  is  the  one  that  is  used  in 
the  Optimus.  With  the  two  parts  securely 
fastened  together  these  boxes  are  bored  and 
reamed  with  two  reamers,  with  the  greatest 
care.  Taken  apart  the  interiors  are  easily 
accessible  to  the  workman,  who  scrapes 
them  until  a  perfect  bearing  throughout 
is  secured.  The  shaft  lies  within  them 
touching  in  every  part,  and  has  a  full  and 
complete  bearing  throughout  its  entire  sur- 
face, giving  slow  wear  and  a  perfect  fit. 
After  years  of  use,  when  wear  is  appreci- 
able, the  split  box  affords  a  ready  take-up. 


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NLY  in  the  certainty  of  great  strength  can  evenness  and  delicacy  of  impression  exist.  Particu- 
larly does  weakness  make  waste  of  time  and  effort.  Only  through  rigidity  is  a  press  fast  under 
make-ready — fast  while  standing  still.  On  the  Optimus  a  tissue  overlay  counts  for  all  that  it  is 
worth,  and  the  pressman's  efforts  are  quickly  fruitful  in  the  expected  results.  There  is  no 
lifting  around  overlays  where  the  last  has  borne  off  the  impression  from  all  around,  and  patch 
after  patch  is  needed  to  bring  it  up.  Not  many  overlays  are  needed.  On  some  forms  none. 
Strength  gives  delicacy,  evenness,  uniformity,  certainty.  Solids  can  be  made  solid,  deep  shad- 
ows strong,  high  lights  clear,  with  least  effort  and  little  time,  on  a  lasting  tympan.  Strength 
saves  work.  <FA  vitally  important  point  in  every  two-revolution  press  is  the  manner  in  which  the  cylinder  is 
lifted  to  clear  the  form  at  the  reverse  of  the  bed  after  impression.  The  Optimus  way  differs  from  any  other.  In 
simplicity,  directness  of  action,  freedom  from  many  parts  and  all  complications,  it  is  vastly  better,  and  eliminates 
evils  due  to  imperfect  devices  for  this  purpose.  It  offers  less  opportunity  for  wear,  and  the  consequent  lost  motion, 
than  any  other  arrangement,  while  it  secures  the  maximum  of  strength  and  resistance.  It  is  only  an  oscillating 
eccentric  box  holding  the  cylinder  shaft  journals,  rotating  with  them  while  lifting,  and  the  cam  and  lever  necessary  to 
operate  the  eccentric.  That  is  all.  During  impression  the  eccentric  is  firmly  locked  upon  its  center,  and,  there- 
fore, no  strain  whatever  comes  upon  the  lifting  connections.  The  trip  is  only  operative  when  cylinder  is  off 
impression.  The  use  of  trip  when  cylinder  is  on  impression  has  no  effect,  the  impression  will  be  completed  per- 
fectly. There  are  no  springs,  toggles,  rods  or  other  complexities.  The  massive  side  frames  are  left  uncored, 
unbored  and  uncut,  and  take  the  place  of  the  springs  and  rods  usually  employed  in  other  presses.  These  other 
machines  have  their  cylinder  boxes  loose  in  the  side  frames,  in  which  they  slide  up  and  down  with  the  rising  and 
falling  of  the  cylinder.  On  the  contrary,  as  we  have  shown,  the  boxes  of  the  Optimus  are  fixed  as  a  part  of  the 
side  frames,  and  it  is  the  only  press  whose  side  frames  carry  the  brunt  of  impression.  Through  them  only  can  the 
greatest  impressional  rigidity  be  found,  for  they  are  the  natural,  most  effective,  most  direct  and  simplest  means 
possible  to  use  for  holding  the  cylinder  to  its  work.  7  Excepting  the  Optimus  there  is  no  press  that  does  not  use 
a  spring  to  assist  in  lifting  the  cylinder,  and  for  that  reason  safety  pins  and  mechanical  devices,  not  always  effect- 
ive, are  used  to  prevent  accidents  should  the  trip  be  used  at  the  wrong  time. 

ROLLERS  AND  DISTRIBUTION. 

Entirely  inside  the  frame  and  out  of  the  way  our  patented  device  for  driving  the  vibrators  on  form  and  table 
rollers  is  the  perfection  of  simplicity.  There  is  nothing  else  like  it.  It  is  positive  and  noiseless,  and  the  most 
effective  mechanism  ever  used  for  a  like  purpose.  7  The  ductor  roller  taking  ink  from  the  fountain  roller  deposits  it 
upon  the  first  steel  vibrator  over  the  forward  pair  of  table  rollers.  It  is  impossible  for  the  ink  to  come  in  contact 
with  the  ink  plate  until  after  the  press  has  made  one  entire  revolution.  It  is  thoroughly  distributed,  therefore,  on 
one  vibrator  and  two  table  rollers  before  it  reaches  the  plate,  and  better  distributed  when  put  on  the  plate  than  is 
usual  with  many  two-roller  presses  in  common  use  when  put  on  the  form.  In  other  words,  it  is  well  enough 
manipulated  before  it  reaches  the  plate  to  print  an  ordinary  two-roller  >ob.  This  approaches  very  closely  the 
boasted  method  used  on  stop  cylinders,  where  the  ink  was  worked  up  and  evenly  distributed  on  the  cylinder  be- 
fore it  was  put  upon  the  ink  table.  Not  only  does  it  increase  distribution,  but  it  gives  a  better,  more  delicate  and 
more  positive  control  than  when  the  ink  goes  directly  from  fountain  to  plate.  Table,  or  plate,  rollers  are  in  con- 
tact with  the  ink  plate  during  both  its  forward  and  backward  movements,  and  this,  too,  is  a  great  advantage  over 
those  machines  where  they  act  upon  the  plate  in  one  direction  only.  Compared  with  such  a  press  the  Optimus 
has  practically  double  distribution.  ^Excepting  the  pony  sizes  (Nos.  3  and  4)  Optimus  presses  have  the  form 
and  table  rollers  interchangeable.  This  is  an  economy  to  the  user,  as  a  roller  not  quite  good  enough  for  the  form 
may  go  to  the  table,  its  usefulness  extended.  ^The  patent  eccentric  roller  bearings  are  an  unequalled  convenience. 
By  a  single  motion  of  the  hand  they  admit  of  the  rollers  being  thrown  out  of  contact  with  form  and  vibrator  when 
it  is  desirable  to  run  press  to  work  up  color,  or  for  any  other  purpose.  Just  as  simply  are  they  brought  into  con- 
tact and  firmly  locked  in  place.  Adjustment  for  contact  is  independent  of  the  eccentric  throw  out,  and  is  not  dis- 
turbed by  it.  Both  form  and  table  rollers  may  be  thrown  out  of  action,  or  removed  from  press  without  affecting 
the  adjustment  of  their  bearings.  All  the  rollers  of  an  Optimus  fully  clear  the  largest  form  that  can  be  worked 
conveniently  upon  the  bed  and  cylinder.  7  Roller  capacity  and  distribution  must  be  adapted  to  speed.  Both  are 
ample.  Always  with  a  larger  superficial  area  of  roller  surface  than  of  form,  speed  and  high-class  product  are  both 
assured.  On  all  sizes  larger  than  No,  6  the  rollers  are  three  and  a  half  inches  in  diameter,  a  fact  the  good  press- 
man always  appreciates. 

SHEET  DELIVERY. 

One  of  the  distinguishing  features  of  the  Optimus  is  its  superb  patented  sheet  delivery.  Although  others  have 
made  attempts  at  imitation  it  remains  absolutely  unrivalled.  No  matter  what  the  size  of  the  sheet,  whether  it  be 
to  the  full  capacity  of  the  press  or  but  an  envelope,  the  delivery  is  always  ready  to  receive  it.  It  needs  no  adjust- 
ment for  either  size,  or  anything  between.  Printed  side  up  or  down  can  be  had  within  the  time  required  for  one 
impression.  Either  way  it  is  impossible  for  anything  to  come  in  contact  with  the  printed  surface,  nor  can  the 
sheet  be  marred  or  broken  in  the  least.  On  much  work  freedom  from  offset  is  assured  and  slip-sheeting  saved. 
It  is  the  only  delivery  fit  for  the  most  artistic  work,  and  best  for  all.  Tissue  or  French  folio  can  be  delivered  at 
the  usual  speed  of  the  press,  an  impossibility  on  any  other.  Tissue  is  handled  at  2000  per  hour  as  a  regular  thing. 
fEach  sheet  printed  on  an  Optimus  press  is  exposed  to  the  air  through  the  space  of  three  impressions.  The 
action  of  the  delivery  is  like  this:  The  first  sheet  printed  passes  from  the  cylinder  to  the  rear  of  the  delivery; 
with  the  next  movement  it  is  carried  to  the  front  of  delivery,  and  with  the  next  the  second  sheet  takes  its  place 
at  the  rear.  There  are  now  two  sheets  on  the  delivery,  one  in  front  of  the  other.  At  the  next  movements  the 
front  sheet  is  deposited  upon  the  jogger  board,  the  second  moves  to  the  front,  the  third  comes  on  the  rear.  Three 
impressions  have  been  made,  and  we  have  one  sheet  exposed  upon  the  board  and  two  exposed  upon  the  delivery, 
all  lying  flat,  printed  side  up,  without  contact  one  with  the  other.  The  next  impression  covers  the  one  on  the  table, 
which  has  been  exposed  through  three  impressions.     After  the  third,  every  impression,  of  course,  deposits  upon  the 


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board  a  sheet  which  has  been  and  will  be  exposed  as  its  predecessors.  It  falls  naturally  and 
lightly  by  its  own  weight  and  is  accurately  jogged.  Even  when  covered  by  succeeding  sheet 
it  is  done  so  delicately  that  a  stratum  of  air  remains  for  some  time  to  still  further  the  drying 
process.  If  the  paper  be  of  fair  size,  a  dozen  sheets  or  more  may  hold  air  between  them  for  a 
long  time,  (fin  a  moment's  time  the  delivery  carriage  can  be  disconnected  and  moved  for- 
ward, telescoping  upon  itself,  to  give  access  to  the  form  and  rollers  at  the  front  of  the  cylinder. 
Even  in  this  position  the  press  can  be  moved  or  run  without  disturbance  or  interference.  The 
delivery  table  is  supplied  with  the  best  jogger  in  use;  and  when  necessary  on  very  fine  work 
we  have  a  patented  device  for  slip-sheeting  that  is  labor  saving  and  unknown  on  other  machines. 
Our  new  patented  automatic  tape  tightener  guards  against  shrink  or  stretch  of  tapes  under  atmos- 
pheric changes,  prevents  breakage,  and  maintains  an  even  tension  at  all  times.  An  even  greater 
improvement  are  our  patented  sheet  delivery  fingers.  No  matter  how  buckled  or  unevenly 
bent  the  edge  of  a  sheet  may  be  they  always  prevent  it  from  catching  as  it  leaves  the  cylinder, 
while  they  make  easy  the  delivery  of  the  very  narrowest  gripper  hold  possible  to  securely 
take.  Optimus  presses  are  the  only  ones  built  without  the  old  and  noisy  tumbler  gripper 
motion,  and  the  only  ones  dispensing  with  the  objectionable  shoo  flies.  Our  patented  mechan- 
ism operates  quietly  and  registers  perfectly.  If  the  machine  is  started  while  grippers  are 
turned  back  no  damage  can  result.  Altogether  the  perfection  of  this  delivery  works  a  saving 
of  many  dollars  a  year,  not  only  by  expediting  work,  but  in  the  greatly  lessened  spoilage  of 
printed  sheets.    The  out  of  date  and  detrimental  fly  forms  no  part  of  it. 

REGISTER. 
Register  is  not  entirely  a  matter  of  grippers,  guides  and  tongues.  It  lies  quite  as  intimately 
in  the  driving  motion;  and  other  movements  in  the  press  may  affect  it  seriously.  Permanent 
register  can  only  be  secured  by  building  it  into  the  press  from  the  base  up.  The  Optimus  has 
register  built  in;  it  is  incorporated  as  a  part  of  every  movement.  It  is  the  only  way  to  secure  and 
keep  it.  It  is  not  patched  on  by  some  sort  of  a  make-shift  used  to  counteract  structural  faults, 
and  which  at  the  best  is  unreliable.  <f  There  has  not  been  an  Optimus  out  of  register  between 
bed  and  cylinder  in  ten  years,  or  since  the  adoption  of  our  bed  motion  and  the  making  of  the 
improvements  the  new  motion  necessitated.  A  pressman  may  have  flattened  a  gripper,  mis- 
placed the  cam,  got  the  tongues  out  of  line,  or  done  some  other  thing  to  interfere  with  register 
at  the  guides,  all  of  which  is  easily  corrected;  but  the  assuring  fact  remains  that  the  press 
registers  perfectly  on  the  tympan  all  the  time.  No  other  press  is  so  closely  coupled  with  as 
few  parts  between  bed  and  cylinder.  There  is  little  opportunity  for  wear,  and  the  consequent 
lost  motion  due  to  it.  Register  is  thus  protected  and  guarded,  and  lasts  with  certainty.  A 
large  number  of  Optimus  presses  are  running  exclusively  on  three  and  four-color  process 
work  in  many  places  devoted  to  work  of  this  character,  and  have  been  for  years.  In  fact  the 
first  three-color  work  ever  done  on  a  two-revolution  was  done  on  an  Optimus  press,  and  then 
was  first  demonstrated  the  usefulness  of  this  style  of  machine  for  a  purpose  for  which  it 
had  been  thought  previously  only  stop-cylinder  presses  were  adequate. 

SPEED. 
When  we  described  the  Optimus  bed  motion  we  gave  the  reason  why  speed  was  developed 
in  the  highest  degree  in  this  press.  The  fastest  press  must  always  be  the  simplest,  the  one 
^f  fewest  parts  and  least  motions.  It  is  just  this  that  makes  an  Optimus  superior  in  speed  to 
any  other  of  like  size.  ^The  mere  fact  that  a  press  can  make  impressions  rapidly  does  not 
constitute  it  a  fast  press.  This  is  illustrated  in  the  case  of  a  printer  who  bought  a  certain 
machine  because  of  its  alleged  speed,  and  found  after  some  months'  use  that  he  must  run  fine 
work  so  slowly  as  to  leave  no  profit;  nor  can  he  run  cheap  work  fast  and  get  good  cheap  work 
because,  while  his  press  will  make  impressions  with  fair  speed,  it  is  equipped  with  a  slow 
distribution.  To  deserve  the  distinction  of  being  fast  a  press  must  be  speedy  not  only  when 
running  but  when  standing  still,  and  this  last  speed  is  as  important  as  the  other  and  pays  as 
large  a  profit.  In  giving  to  the  Optimus  the  ability  to  furnish  impressions  at  high  speed  we 
have  calculated  every  part  and  action  to  support  it,  and  thus  aim  to  make  rapidity  thoroughly 
effective  no  matter  what  the  character  of  the  work.  We  have  not  made  it  fast  in  one  thing 
only,  but  fast  in  all,  a  well-balanced  machine.    It  is  the  only  way  in  which  a  truly  fast  press 


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can  be  built.  It  gives  fine  work  at  high  speed,  and  cheap  work  that  is  good 
work.  ^The  high  speed  of  the  Optimus  is  based  not  only  upon  its  superb 
bed  drive,  but  upon  tremendous  strength,  great  weight,  and  painstaking  con- 
struction. Its  rigidity  gives  a  fast  make-ready.  Its  impression  is  so  even 
that  on  some  forms  little  if  any  make-ready  is  required.  On  the  finest  cut 
forms  these  qualities  combine  to  reduce  the  time  and  labor  usually  consumed. 
Every  overlay  counts  for  itself  without  disturbing  the  results  from  any  other. 
There  is  rapidity  in  washing  up  and  the  working  up  of  color;  in  interchange- 
ability  of  form  and  table  rollers;  in  accessibility  for  oiling  so  that  this  is  easily 
done  and  not  neglected;  in  absolute  register;  in  certainty  of  perfect  delivery 
without  loss  of  time  in  adjusting  for  different  sizes  of  sheets;  in  a  sheet  delivery 
whereon  tissue  or  cardboard  may  be  handled  without  bother  at  the  usual 
speed  of  the  press;  in  ability  to  back  up  cylinder  from  feeder's  platform;  in 
short,  there  is  great  handiness,  which  is  but  another  name  for  speed.  ^We 
make  a  guaranteed  speed  with  every  press.  It  is  entirely  within  the  safety 
limit,  and  can  be  maintained  day  in  and  day  out  for  years  without  detriment 
beyond  the  natural  wear.  We  are  the  only  manufacturers  who  urge  printers 
to  get  the  speed.  It  is  there.  It  is  not  what  a  press  can  do  but  what  it  does 
that  counts  in  dollars  and  cents.  And  there  is  a  speed  away  beyond  the 
guaranteed  speed  that  can  be  had  on  occasion.  Some  users  habitually  drive 
their  Optimus  presses  beyond  our  mark.  We  know  of  a  No.  12,  a  very  large  size, 
that  has  been  running  for  five  years  at  1900  an  hour  when  our  guarantee  is 
1500.  We  know  that  on  a  good  foundation  that  it  will  make  1800  easily. 
Slow  speed  does  not  necessarily  save  the  press.  Some  machines  at  slow 
speed  wear  faster  than  others  at  a  high  speed.  It  is  entirely  a  matter  of 
design  and  construction.  ^1o  produce  good  work  speedily  is  success.  Time 
is  money  in  the  pressroom.  Money  cannot  be  made  on  a  slow  press,  no  matter 
how  good  the  work,  nor  on  a  so-called  fast  press  incapable  of  the  best  product. 
Speed  and  quality  must  be  combined.    They  are — in  the  Optimus. 

AIR  SPRINGS,  BACK-UP,  MOTOR  ATTACHMENT,  ETC 
As  previously  stated  the  reverse  of  the  bed  is  assisted  by  air  springs. 
These  are  the  most  efficient  on  any  press,  their  superiority  lying  in  the 
Babcock  over-balanced  piston  head,  which  is  adjusted  without  wrench  or  other 
tool;  stays  on  the  screw  where  left,  and  is  always  air-tight.  By  a  hand  nut 
in  the  center  of  the  head  all  the  wear  is  taken  up.  It  always  remains  perfectly 
round.  The  air  valve  acts  automatically,  and  is  free  from  any  pipe  connec- 
tions. ^An  effective  back-up  is  furnished  that  is  operated  from  the  feeder's 
platform.  It  also  acts  as  a  brake.  Not  all  other  machines  are  so  equipped. 
^fFive  times  as  many  Optimus  presses  were  sold  at  Baltimore  after  the  great 
fire  as  of  its  next  highest  competitor,  and  several  times  as  many  as  all  others 
combined.  The  publishers  of  one  of  New  York's  great  magazines  compliment 
us  on  the  manner  nine  large  Optimus  presses  have  stood  an  extraordinary 
test  forced  upon  them  by  a  rush  of  orders.  "On  a  run  of  150,000  impressions 
on  a  cut  form,  39x54 — 140  coated  paper,  we  kept  one  of  your  presses  running 
night  and  day  at  a  speed  of  fifteen  hundred  an  hour,  using  one  set  of  plates 


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for  the  entire  run.  The  cut  form  of  39x54,  170  coated,  is 
run  at  the  rate  of  fourteen  hundred  an  hour,  and  the  super 
and  machine  finished  forms  on  39x54,  155  paper,  at  the  rate 
of  fifteen  hundred  or  sixteen  hundred  per  hour,  all  with  one 
set  of  plates.  We  are  told  by  some  of  our  pressmen  who  have 
not  previously  worked  on  the  Babcock  presses,  that  there  is 
less  time  lost,  and  less  expense  for  repairs  with  the  Babcock 
Optimus  than  with  any  presses  on  which  they  have  ever 
worked.  You  may  rest  assured  that  the  next  time  we  are  in 
the  market  for  another  press,  and  we  expect  it  will  be  soon, 
our  choice  will  be  the  Babcock".  ^There  are  ten  sizes  of  the 
Optimus:  Two  of  two-roller  pony  presses  are  made;  one 
three-roller  for  a  25x38  sheet  and  less,  and  seven  sizes  of 
four-rollers  each.  To  any  of  these  direct  belt  connected  elec- 
tric motor  is  readily  attached.  The  motor  can  be  located  on 
the  floor  near  the  rear  or  front  of  the  press,  or  placed  inside 
the  frame  at  the  rear  entirely  out  of  the  way.  In  either  case 
press  is  arranged  for  motor  drive  before  shipping.  It  is  neces- 
sary for  us  to  know  motor  speed  and  the  size  of  motor  pulley. 

THE  NO.  43  OPTIMUS. 

For  forms  taking  a  25x38  sheet  and  less,  the  No.  43 
Optimus  has  never  been  approached  in  perfection  of  detail, 
economy  and  efficiency.  Its  combination  of  advantages 
furnishes  a  small  press  that  absolutely  stands  alone  in  the 
market,  without  a  rival  or  a  competitor.  We  know  of  no 
work  so  exacting  in  any  direction  as  to  fully  test  its  capabil- 
ities. ^It  is  not  a  pony  press.  While  it  possesses  the  high 
speed,  ease  of  running,  perfect  bed  motion,  superb  sheet 
delivery,  compactness,  accessibility  and  handiness  of  our 
very  popular  pony  Optimus,  and  is  a  little  larger,  the  No.  43 
unites  with  these  the  great  strength,  weight,  interchange- 
ability  of  form  and  table  rollers,  the  patented  inking  arrange- 
ment, perfect  distribution,  and  all  the  other  advantages  of 
our  large  sizes.  ^The  success  and  superiority  of  the  No.  43 
were  assured  from  the  beginning.  The  first  four  were  built 
nearly  five  years  ago.  These  were  sold  at  once,  and  have 
been  in  constant  and  highly  satisfactory  use  since.  From  all 
sections  of  the  United  States,  from  Canada  and  England,  we 
have  received  most  flattering  testimonials  concerning  it,  and 
covering  widely  varying  conditions.  ^Three  three-inch  form 
rollers  cover  the  form  entirely.    These  are  driven  by  two 


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geared  vibrators.  Table  rollers  of  same  size  are 
also  driven  by  two  vibrators,  and  are  interchange- 
able with  form  rollers.  The  form  rollers  and  their 
vibrators  have  an  inking  surface  of  44  1-4  inches 
to  cover  a  23-inch  form.  If  the  form  were  a  solid 
surface,  there  is  inking  capacity  sufficient  to  cover 
it  nearly  twice.  The  rollers  alone  have  a  surface 
of  28 1-4  inches,  or  5  1-4  inches  in  excess  of  form. 
^  The  ink  is  taken  from  the  fountain  to  a  vibrator, 
and  thence  over  the  composition  rollers  to  the  ink 
table,  where  it  is  further  worked  before  going  to 
the  form  rollers.  This  is  of  special  value  on  fine 
illustrated  work.  The  distribution  of  ink,  and  the 
strength  of  the  press,  are  ample  for  the  heaviest 
forms  possible.  It  is  impossible  to  overtax  either. 
Like  all  Optimus  presses  it  will  not  gutter.  ^The 
three-roller  arrangement  gives  us  a  press  occupy- 
ing less  space  than  a  four-roller  taking  the  same 
form,  makes  higher  speed,  requires  less  power, 
stands  lower,  and  is  more  easily  and  quickly 
handled,  while  the  new  device  furnishes  as  perfect 
results  as  heretofore  obtained  with  four.  ^  There 
are  five  tracks  under  bed,  two  of  the  usual  roller 
type,  and  three  wheel  tracks.  The  press  runs 
easily,  almost  noiselessly,  at  twenty-five  hundred. 

THE  PONY  OPTIMUS 

The  Optimus  Pony — there  are  two  of  them — 
is  a  large  Optimus  condensed,  and  is  made  under 
the  same  conditions  to  be  as  good  as  can  be  built. 
In  fact  the  demand  has  been  so  great  for  these 
machines  that  we  have  been  forced  to  set  aside 
one  large  factory  especially  for  their  construction, 
with  the  advantages  of  securing  from  special  men 
and  special  tools  the  very  best  possible  product. 
They  have  the  simple  and  speedy  Optimus  ball 


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and  socket  bed  motion,  the  most  perfect 
in  use;  and  all  the  other  patented  and 
special  features  of  Optimus  machines. 
The  only  notable  difference  is  in  han- 
dling the  ink.  There  are  two  three-inch 
form  rollers  and  plain  table  distribution, 
with  riders  on  the  table  rollers.  The 
form  roller  vibrator  carries  two  com- 
position rider  rollers  when  necessary, 
an  advantageous  arrangement  which 
places  our  pony  distribution  in  a  class 
by  itself.  With  these  composition  riders 
the  inking  efficiency  of  a  four-roller 
press  is  approximated.  This  will  be 
appreciated  in  printing  those  forms 
requiring  extra  inking  capacity.  Of 
special  value,  too,  are  our  new  stripper 
fingers,  as  they  make  easy  the  delivery 
of  sheets  with  the  very  narrowest  grip- 
per  hold.  (fFast,  strong,  almost  noise- 
less, accurate  in  register,  and  handy  for 
make-ready,  the  Optimus  pony  is  the 
money  maker  of  a  pressroom,  and  will 
get  out  several  times  as  much  work  as  a 
large  jobber  and  do  it  better.  It  offers 
economy  in  production,  and  this  is  as 
necessary  in  printing  as  in  any  other 
line  of  manufacture. 


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BABCOCK  DRUM  CYLINDER  PRESSES.       • 


THE  LOW-PRICED  RELIANCE  DRUM  CYLINDER 
PRINTING  PRESS. 

HE  Reliance  is  the  best  low-priced  drum  cylinder  press  obtainable.  It  has  air  springs, 
tapeless  delivery,  steel  tracks,  cut  gears,  noiseless  safety  gripper  motion,  eccentric 
bearings  for  throwing  form  rollers  in  or  out  of  action,  and  a  first-class  fountain.  The 
bed  has  four  bearings  under  impression.  It  is,  in  short,  a  high  class  drum  cylinder 
press  for  newspaper  and  job  work  where  but  one  cylinder  is  required.  It  is  made 
either  with  rack  and  screw  or  table  distribution,  in  one  size  only,  six-column  quarto. 
<f  In  the  beginning,  more  than  twenty  years  ago,  we  learned,  as  some  had  learned 
before  and  others  have  learned  since,  that  it  is  not  possible  to  make  a  press  of  low 
cost  to  the  manufacturer  a  good  press  to  the  buyer.  Our  aim  then  was,  as  it  now  is,  to  buUd  a  good 
press  for  as  little  money  as  possible.  Our  object  led  us  easily  to  a  good  press— at  a  high  cost  to  us. 
Nothing  deterred,  however,  we  proceeded  to  furnish  a  good  press  at  a  price  that  pays  its  manufact- 
urers a  profit  much  less  than  it  should,  and  much  less  than  any  other  press  of  its  kind  anywhere. 
Had  we  not  been  building  other  printing  machines  the  continuation  of  the  manufacture  of  the  Reliance 
•on  its  present  plane  of  excellence  would  have  been  impossible  at  the  price.  No  pretense,  therefore,  is 
made  to  buUd  it  cheaply  for  the  purpose  of  meeting  the  demands  of  a  cheap  trade.  The  people  for 
whom  it  is  designed  are  those  who  can  least  afford  a  cheap  press.  The  aim  always  has  been  to  give  its 
users  a  press  exactly  suited  to  their  needs;  whose  excellencies  would  enable  them  to  do  better  work; 
whose  possession  would  add  to  the  dignity  and  influence  of  the  business;  one  that  would  give  little  or 
no  bother,  and  would  be  durable,  without  constant  repairs.  There  are  some  that  have  been  in  use  for 
fifteen  or  sixteen  years,  the  last  few  on  daily  editions,  and  they  must  be  good  machines  yet;  for  we 
notice  that  their  owners  are  not  seriously  contemplating  any  changes.  TWe  found  that  a  press  for 
the  smaller  offices  should  be  as  carefully  designed  and  constructed  as  machines  sold  at  a  much  higher 
price;  that  while  its  range  of  work  was  more  limited  it  yet  must  possess  certain  qualities  common  to 
all,  even  the  best.  Impressional  strength,  register,  distribution,  speed,  and  correct  proportion  to  in- 
sure long  wear,  are  as  essential  in  the  "country"  press  as  in  the  most  expensive  machine  favored  by  the 
metropolitan  printer;  and  these  have  been  incorporated  in  the  Reliance  in  a  higher  degree  and  in  a  better 
way  than  in  any  other  of  its  kind.  It  will  print  the  paper  and  the  jobs,  and  do  both  well;  and  at  maximum 
speed  will  operate  easily  and  quietly.  <rA  number  of  customers  are  using  Reliance  presses  that  have 
been  in  service  for  years  to  print  their  daily  editions;  and  though  we  make  a  guaranteed  speed  of  1500 
an  hour,  some  are  running  it  at  speeds  much  higher.  We  have  heard  of  a  few  who  speed  it  on  daily  edi- 
tions to  1800  or  1900,  and  in  one  instance  it  is  turning  out  over  2000.  <f  We  recommend  the  Reliance  unre- 
servedly for  all  work  within  its  capabilities.  Its  users  commend  it  highly.  It  is  a  good  press  at  a  low 
price,  and  was  never  so  good  as  now.  The  last  one  set  up  at  this  writing  is  the  best  ever  built.  ^TThere 
are  some  good  low-priced  folders  that  are  readily  attached  to  the  Reliance,  and  when  attached  the  equip- 
ment is  complete  for  newspaper  work,  and  the  investment  will  scarcely  exceed  one  thousand  dollars  for 
the  two  machines.  *!  Here  is  a  bit  of  evidence  that  shows  good  mechanical  design  and  honest  construc- 
tion, at  least.  The  Reliance  referred  to  was  bought  second  hand  by  the  firm  now  using  it,  and  has  had 
long  use.  Our  claims  that  this  press  was  "buUt  on  honor"  and  was  good,  are  substantiated  not  by  this 
one  case  but  by  many.  We  know  that  it  requires  instances  like  this  to  best  bring  conviction,  and  they 
are  cited  enthusiastically,  yet  not  as  often  as  they  might  be.  The  letter  is  dated  Coshocton,  Ohio,  July  27. 
1905:  "Gentlemen:  There  is  in  the  office  of  the  Daily  Age,  Coshocton,  Ohio,  a  Babcock  ReUance  that  has 
been  in  use  several  years,  that  is  making  a  record  hard  to  beUeve  to  be  true;  but  it  is,  for  I  have  witnessed 
what  I  have  to  tell  you.  Their  daily  is  a  six-column  quarto,  and  their  circulation  is  from  2100  to  2900  daily 
(every  evening).  You  can  readily  see  that  it  would  keep  this  press  humping  at  the  guaranteed  speed 
of  1500  per  hour  to  get  their  paper  out  in  time  with  late  news,  but  they  do  it  with  a  speed  as  high  as  2100 
per  hour.  The  press  has  stood  this  racket  for  a  year.  Yours  truly,  A.  N.  Starkes."  <fThemanvifacturers 
say  that  they  have  known  for  many  years  that  the  Reliance  under  proper  conditions,  with  the  right  man, 
would  run  2000  to  2100  per  hour,  and  do  it  nicely.  They  cite  one  in  their  home  town  that  has  been  in  use 
for  ten  or  twelve  years,  that  is  in  excellent  shape  and  never  gives  trouble,  that  seldom  runs  less  than  1800, 
and  frequently  a  good  deal  over  2000.  <rin  a  letter  dated  February,  22, 1906,  we  find  this;  "We  note  you 
do  not  care  for  the  old  Reliance,  which  the  Globe  Company  is  offering.  They  have  sold  this  machine  for 
three  hundred  dollars.  It  is  fourteen  years  old  and  has  printed  a  daily  paper,  without  cessation  or  inter- 
mission, every  business  day  aO  that  time,  getting  out  an  edition  of  eighteen  hundred.  It  has  never  broken 
down  and  never  has  delayed  them  for  a  minute  for  repairs.  The  working  speed,  for  several  years  past, 
has  been  eighteen  hundred  an  hour  on  the  second  side.  They  have  bought  a  second  hand  Duplex  to  take 
its  place.    It  is  still  in  real  good  working  order,  and  apparently,  would  run  another  fourteen  years." 

THE  STANDARD  AND  REGULAR  DRUM  CYLINDER  PRESSES. 

About  seven  years  ago  we  placed  the  remodeled  Standard  on  the  market  as  the  highest  type  of  the 
drum  cylinder  ever  buUt.  We  remade  it  in  its  most  vital  part  by  adapting  the  Optimus  driving  mech- 
anism to  the  new  purpose,  securing  great  speed,  accuracy  of  register,  and  ease  and  quietness  in  oper- 
ation. We  gave  it  increased  strength,  and  made  other  improvements  until  we  perfected  a  drum  press 
that  for  a  lot  of  work  is  quite  as  good  as  a  two-roUer  two-revolution  at  about  half  the  price.  "With  all 
we  preserved  extreme  simplicity.  Minor  improvements  have  been  made  since,  and  others  wiU  be 
made  as  the  advancement  of  printing  and  consequent  new  needs  of  printers  disclose  in  what  direction 
these  shall  lie.    *F  Our  patent  ball  and  socket  bed  motion  gives  the  Standard  the  only  perfect  bed  drive 


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on  a  drum  press.  Add  to  this  air  springs,  tapeless  delivery,  high  fountain  and  excellent 
distribution,  strength  of  impression,  exact  register,  noiseless  gripper  action,  back-up 
mechanism,  controlled  sliders,  patent  eccentric  bearings  for  quickly  throwing  form 
rollers  in  or  out  of  action,  removable  and  adjustable  fly  fingers,  slitter,  counter,  and 
easily  accessible  type  bed,  with  a  general  convenience  and  handiness  unsurpassed, 
and  we  have  the  most  satisfactory  drum  to  be  had  at  any  price.  We  think  there  are  more 
of  them  in  use  than  of  any  two  others  combined.  tfThere  are  four  sizes.  Nos.  2  and  4 
are  used  almost  exclusively  by  job  printers,  for  whose  use  these  small  sizes  are  partic- 
ularly well  adapted.  They  are  "handy,"  and  lend  themselves  most  conveniently  to 
quick  changes  of  forms  and  short  runs,  and  their  high  speed  rapidly  disposes  of  long 
ones.  tfThe  No.  2  will  do  more  and  better  work  than  two  large  jobbers,  and  will 
scarcely  cost  as  much  either  at  first  or  in  operation.  It  will  print  a  form  17  K  x  23,  or 
a  19x25  sheet,  and  will  give  a  range  of  work  in  size  that  is  impossible  on  a  jobber, 
nor  can  the  jobber  equal  it  in  power  of  impression,  in  evenness  of  color  or  in  charac- 
ter of  high-class  product.  One  printer  we  know  uses  three  of  this  size.  He  makes  a 
specialty  of  fine  color  and  half-tone  work,  and  the  product  of  his  machines  is  superb. 
There  is  nothing  better  issued  from  any  two-roller  press  of  any  kind,  and  very  little 
four-roller  work  excells  it.  Speed  2400  per  hour.  ^fThe  No.  4  is  like  the  No.  2,  but 
larger,  printing  a  25x38  sheet,  form  23x36.  A  few  publishefs  of  six  and  seven-column 
folio  newspapers  use  this  size  for  two  pages  at  a  time.  If  a  weekly,  much  of  the 
press's  time  can  be  given  to  job  work;  if  a  daily  its  speed  of  2200  an  hour  is  an  advan- 
tage. Ordinarily,  the  No.  4  is  to  be  found  in  the  job  office.  As  its  maximum  it  prints 
the  stock  sheet  most  used  for  books,  catalogues,  pamphlets  and  the  like;  and  this,  in  con- 
nection with  its  good  qualities  as  a  printing  machine,  its  comparatively  small  size  and 
speed,  has  made  it  desirable  and  popular.  <fThe  No.  6  prints  a  six-column  quarto, 
and  the  No.  7  a  seven-column  quarto.  These  are  the  newspaper  sizes.  We  think  more 
of  them  are  in  daily  than  in  weekly  pressrooms;  and  wherever  they  are  their  users, 
without  exception,  are  speaking  well  of  them.  They  are  used  by  publishers  of 
monthly  religious,  medical,  insurance,  fraternal  and  other  journals,  for  reprints  of 
popular  fiction,  etc.  Some  have  their  presses  of  these  sizes  equipped  with  automatic 
feeders,  and  secure  a  large  output.  From  two  No.  6's,  automatically  fed,  one  user 
reports  28,860  and  28,240  respectively,  in  fifteen  hours,  or  an  average  of  1900  an  hour. 
These  presses  often  run  twenty-four  hours  a  day  for  weeks  at  a  stretch,  and  are  easily 
averaging  1800  net  impressions  all  the  time.  It  is  a  large  output.  After  the  fire  one 
firm  in  Baltimore  put  in  seven,  another  two,  while  other  firms  in  other  cities  make 
use  of  them  in  numbers.  <f  The  Standard  has  rack  and  screw  distribution.  We  make 
it  also  with  table  distribution  and  call  it  the  Regular.  We  furnish  either  style  in 
the  same  sizes  having  equal  speeds.  Aside  from  the  manner  of  distributing  the  ink 
they  are  exactly  alike.  Some  prefer  the  table  distributibn,  and  for  some  work  it  is 
best.  The  high  fountain  of  the  Standard,  with  its  extra  vibrators  and  distributors, 
give  excellent  distribution,  and  approximate  the  advantages  of  the  table  method  very 
closely.  The  Standard  has  the  bed  accessible  from  the  front,  and  this  is  a  point 
appreciated  by  the  newspaper  man  and  many  others.  <TThe  Standard  with  table 
distribution  (The  Regular)  in  the  Nos.  6  and  7  sizes,  is  often  used  by  show  printers, 
sign  printers  and  poster  printers.  We  have  just  furnished  one  large  show  printing 
house  with  four,  two  of  each  size.  One  metallic  sign  company  has  bought  one  of  each 
for  printing  tin,  iron  and  steel  signs,  and  embosses  these  on  the  same  machines. 
This  work  is  done  surprisingly  well  in  black  and  several  colors  in  exact  register. 
Half-tones  on  tin  have  their  distinctness  and  softness  fully  preserved,  quite  equalling 
the  effects  as  shown  when  worked  on  coated  paper  or  cardboard.  tfTo  three  drum 
presses,  the  Standard,  the  Regular,  and  the  Express,  we  have  adapted  the  driving 
mechanistn  of  our  Optimus  two-revolution  machine.  The  driving  motion  is  the  vital 
part  of  a  printing  press,  and  the  one  upon  the  exactness  of  which  the  effectiveness  of 
every  other  part  most  intimately  depends.  In  the  ball  and  socket  motion,  the  sim- 
plest in  use,  lies  the  vital  and  basic  principle  for  driving  a  reciprocating  bed.  It 
insures  register,  high  speed  and  smoothness  in  operation.    It  is  mechanically  perfect, 


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and  has  proved  through  years  to  be  the  best,  the  most  natural,  the  only  correct, 
the  only  lasting  and  satisfactory  device  for  driving  a  printing  press  bed. 
Thousands  have  been  in  use  for  years.  Not  one  has  cost  a  user  one  cent,  nor 
shown  appreciable  wear.  <FIt  is  not  necessary  for  the  man  who  wishes  to  do 
clean,  workmanlike  printing  to  go  beyond  the  cost  of  a  Standard  or  Regular 
drum  to  accomplish  his  purpose.  This  style  of  press  is  not  going  out  of  fashion. 
It  is  as  much  in  demand  now  as  at  any  time.  In  fact  we  are  selling  more.  For 
most  work  it  is  fully  competent.  There  is  some  work,  the  result  of  recent 
development  in  engraving  and  printing,  for  which  another  style  of  press  is 
better  suited;  but  for  that  work  which  comes  to  the  smaller  offices  the  Standard 
is  sufficient,  in  some  cases  best.  It  provides  what  is  required,  a  simple  and 
easily  understood  machine,  low  in  first  cost,  economical  in  operation,  and 
capable  of  high  class  work  when  such  is  demanded  and  the  required  skill  is 
applied.    To  either  the  Standard  or  Regular  a  folder  is  readily  attached. 

THE  FAST  NO.  7  EXPRESS  NEWS  AND  JOB  PRESS. 

A  few^  years  ago  the  demand  for  seven-column  quarto  presses  began  to  be 
pronounced,  and  it  has  constantly  grown.  The  majority  of  users  w^anted  a 
fast  press  that  could  be  sold  at  a  less  price  than  the  No.  7  Dispatch  even  if 
such  a  press  did  not  have  as  high  speed.  As  most  of  these  prospective  buyers 
w^ere  job  printers  as  well  as  newspaper  publishers,  a  machine  that  w^ould 
prove  to  be  an  all  around  good  book  and  job  press  was  advisable,  as  in  the 
combination  lay  the  highest  possible  returns  on  his  investment  to  the  owner. 
tfWith  a  good  understanding  of  the  needs  of  this  class  of  publishers  and 
printers,  it  was  a  comparatively  easy  matter  to  meet  them.  Improving  upon 
and  extending  the  original  ideas  incorporated  in  the  No.  3  Express,  a  very 
fast  machine  designed  especially  for  the  exclusive  use  of  the  job  printer,  and 
which  already  had  had  several  years  of  practical  use  in- which  to  demonstrate 
the  value  of  its  special  features,  the  No.  7  Express  was  built.  It  prints  four 
pages  of  the  standard  seven-column  quarto  sheet.  The  bed  is  38x51;  size  of 
matter  33Xx46;  guaranteed  speed  2600  per  hour;  shipping  weight  14,000 
pounds.  There  is  only  one  other  flat-bed  press  of  like  size  that  equals  or 
surpasses  it  in  speed,  and  that  is  the  Dispatch,  described  herein.  No  other 
drum,  and  no  two-revolution,  of  same  size,  approaches  the  No.  7  Express  in 
this  respect.  In  fact,  in  the  shop,  and  in  one  or  two  instances  in  pressrooms, 
the  machine  has  been  run  at  3000  an  hour  "just  to  show  what  it  could  do." 
<FSeveral  unique  features  combine  to  make  this  machine  speedy;  but  this 
special  and  very  valuable  feature  depends  primarily  upon  the  bed  motion  and 
the  inking  mechanism.  The  bed  motion  is  three  to  one,  that  is,  three  revolu- 
tions of  the  star-gear  to  each  impression.  The  bed,  traveling  a  much  shorter 
distance  than  in  the  ordinary  drum,  is  driven  by  our  new  patented  ball  and 
socket  bed  mechanism,  the  shaft  of  which  is  nicely  balanced  by  a  new  bed- 
shaft  balancing  device.  The  whole  gives  great  speed  to  the  bed,  and  extreme 
smoothness  of  action.  The  result  is  fully  sixty  per  cent  more  speed  than  is 
possible  in  a  press  constructed  in  the  usual  way.  The  ball  and  socket  principle 
is  not  new,  as  it  has  been  used  for  years  on  our  well  known  two-revolution 
press,  and,  somewhat  modified,  upon  the  Standard,  Regular  and  No.  3  Express 
drums.  In  its  highest  perfection  it  is  found  in  the  Optimus  and  the  No.  7 
Express.  <FThe  inking  mechanism  is  our  new  patented  high  fountain,  three- 
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Both  of  the  form  rollers  pass  completely  over  the  form  with  the  excep- 
tion of  a  narrow  strip  an  inch  or  so  wide  at  the  back  which  one  roller 
does  not  cover.  This  roller  is  automatically  raised  clear  of  the  form  at 
the  point  of  reverse,  but  is  held  in  close  contact  with  its  vibrator.  This 
obviates  all  tendency  to  streak  the  form  by  reversing  on  the  type.  The 
other  form  roller,  which  passes  entirely  over  the  type,  is  driven  between 
two  steel  vibrators  moving  endwise  in  opposite  directions,  and  because 
of  its  location,  possesses  nearly  double  the  inking  capacity  of  the 
ordinary  roller.  The  entire  arrangement  is  highly  efficient.  tfThe 
fountain  and  rollers  are  placed  closer  to  the  cylinder  than  is  the  usual 
practice,  the  rollers  passing  under  it  as  far  as  practicable.  Space  is 
thus  utilized  that  in  all  other  presses  is  wasted,  and  a  valuable  reduction 
in  the  run  of  the  bed  is  secured  that  materially  increases  speed.  By 
hand  levers  conveniently  placed  on  the  side  frames  the  entire  inking 
mechanism  can  be  moved  forward  away  from  the  cylinder  sufficiently 
for  conveniently  putting  in,  removing  or  adjusting  rollers.  All  become 
readily  accessible.  These  levers  not  only  move  the  inking  apparatus 
in  and  out,  but  automatically  lock  it  in  either  position.  If  necessary  it 
can  be  thrown  forward  and  back  while  the  machine  is  in  operation. 
No  screws  or  clamps  of  any  sort  are  used,  ^This  press  has  our  patented 
safety  gripper  action,  which  registers  perfectly  and  operates  quietly: 
and  while  it  is  vastly  superior  to,  it  is  also  a  much  appreciated  relief 
from,  the  old  fashioned,  commonly  used  and  excessively  noisy  tumbler 
gripper  motion.  There  are  air  springs,  tapeless  rear  fly  delivery,  and 
the  adjustable  fly  as  used  on  our  Standard,  Regular  and  Express  drums, 
any  finger  of  which  can  be  easily  removed  or  adjusted.  The  fly  table 
is  fitted  with  a  first-class  jogger,  ^The  driving  pulleys  are  high  speed, 
running  seven  and  one-half  to  one,  that  is,  seven  and  one-half  revolu- 
tions of  driving  pulley  to  one  impression.  The  outrigger  supporting 
this  high-speed  shaft  is  constructed  to  admit  a  large  driving  pulley, 
making  it  easy  to  use  a  direct  belted  electric  motor  without  alteration. 
There  is  a  back-up  which  can  be  used  as  a  brake,  an  adjustable  feeder's 
platform  on  each  side,  and  a  feedboard  but  slightly  inclined.  The  bed 
is  perfectly  supported  by  a  strong  center-girt.  The  cylinder  is  very 
heavy,  with  large  steel  shaft  and  big  bearings,  giving  great  strength  of 
impression,  <|fThe  press  is  admirably  built  and  finished.  We  have 
spared  no  pains  to  make  it  the  most  thoroughly  up-to-date  two-roller 
press  for  newspaper,  first-class  periodical  and  high  speed  commercial 
work.  It  is  the  latest  and  best  of  the  drum  class,  and  is  without  a  rival 
anywhere.  Its  price  is  within  easy  reach  of  everyone  who  requires 
such  a  machine,  and  for  what  it  secures  we  think  it  surprisingly  low. 

THE  DOUBLE-FEED  DISPATCH  PRESS. 

Faster  than  the  No,  7  Express,  heavier,  and  only  for  newspaper  and 
like  work,  is  the  Double  Feed  Dispatch,  It  is  an  old  favorite,  and  is 
intended  particularly  for  the  printing  of  the  daily  in  the  smaller  cities, 


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It  is  the  fastest  single  cylinder  flat-bed  press  of  its  size  ever  made, 
either  drum  or  two-revolution.  The  bed  runs  just  far  enough  to  print 
the  form,  which  is  inked  from  both  ends.  For  this  purpose  there  is 
a  high  fountain,  with  vibrators  and  rollers,  in  front,  and  another  in 
rear  of  cylinder.  The  short  run  of  the  bed  has  the  advantage  of 
materially  reducing  the  size  of  the  cylinder,  which  is  not  as  large  as 
it  would  be  in  an  ordinary  drum  having  bed  of  same  size.  The  driv- 
ing gear  is  three-to-one,  and  this  with  its  heavy  construction,  short 
travel  and  double  inking,  gives  a  speed  unknown  to  other  flat-bed 
machines.  It  is  quite  as  simple  to  operate  as  the  ordinary  drum. 
C|f  Its  special  service  alone  has  been  considered,  without  any  attempt 
to  fit  the  Dispatch  for  any  thing  else.  For  its  purpose  it  has  no  rival. 
It  is  the  only  machine  of  its  kind,  and  fills  the  gap  between  the  ordi- 
nary drum  and  the  perfecting  press.  For  evening  editions  of  3500  or 
so  there  is  no  press  as  satisfactory.  A  larger  morning  edition  can  be 
printed  as  then  there  is  more  time.  ^The  Dispatch  is  made  in  one 
size  only,  a  seven  column  quarto,  bed  39x52,  with  a  speed,  on  a  good 
foundation,  of  3000  an  hour.  "Weight,  16,800  pounds.  Cf  On  special 
orders  it  can  be  built  single-feed,  which  has  as  great  speed  as  the 
double-feed ;  but  this  style  requires  the  services  of  a  very  expert  feeder 
to  utilize  the  full  capacity  of  the  press.  The  double-feed  permits  the 
use  of  two  feeders,  each  of  whom  is  required  to  handle  sheets  to  half 
the  speed  of  the  machine,  with  a  greater  certainty  of  securing  it.  A 
double-feed  can  be  run  as  a  single-feed,  the  change  requiring  but  a 
moment's  time.  It  is  usual  to  run  the  first  side  with  one  feeder,  and  the 
last  with  two.  Either  feed-board  may  be  used  with  one  feeder,  and 
but  one  folder  is  necessary.  Either  feeder  has  full  control  of  the 
press.  C|p  Compared  with  a  flat-bed  perfecting  press  the  Dispatch 
possesses  all  the  advantages  required  for  the  average  circulation  in 
the  small  cities.  Not  only  does  the  former  cost  more  than  twice  as  much, 
but  it  requires  more  power,  more  space,  higher  priced  labor,  and 
the  wastes  are  greater.  Add  the  depreciation  and  interest  on  the 
increased  cost,  and  the  whole  makes  the  expense  for  printing  the 
average  country  daily  antagonistic  to  an  adequate  profit,  and  far  in 
excess  of  that  incurred  should  the  Dispatch  be  used.  This  machine 
requires  a  small  investment,  ordinary  skill  and  experience,  little 
power,  little  space,  and  makes  little  waste.  It  most  satisfactorily  solves 
the  principal  problem  confronting  the  publishers  of  papers  having 
circulations  within  its  capacity.  A  folder  can  easily  be  attached. 
A  good  one  is  necessary  to  stand  the  pace. 


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BABCOCK  DRUM  CYLINDER  PRESSES. 

THE  FAST  EXPRESS  AND  PONY  DRUMS. 

Read,  if  you  have  not  already  done  so,  what  we  have 
said  of  the  Standard,  giving  special  heed  to  the  claims  made 
for  the  smaller  sizes,  the  sizes  used  by  job  printers.  Then 
imagine  a  Standard  made  heavier,  stronger,  and  improved 
until  it  runs  easily  and  quietly  at  3600  an  hour.  This  will 
be  the  Express,  in  every  way  deserving  its  name.  It  possesses 
every  excellence  of  the  Standard,  all  its  special  patented 
features,  with  some  others  of  its  own.  Its  great  speed,  its 
smoothness  in  operation,  its  accuracy  of  register,  come  through 
that  simplest  and  most  perfect  of  bed  drives,  our  patented 
ball  and  socket  motion,  which  we  again  borrow  from  the 
Optimus.  ^The  Express  is  the  latest  development  in  the 
drum  cylinder,  with  speed  as  its  chief  characteristic.  No 
quality,  however,  needed  in  a  first-class  printing  machine 
has  been  neglected  or  sacrificed  to  furnish  a  speed  here- 
tofore impossible  in  this  style  of  press.  There  is  considerable 
low-priced  work  that  can  be  done  on  this  machine  at  a  profit 
because  of  low  cost  and  high  speed;  and  there  is  little  or  no 
work,  no  matter  how  fine  or  exact,  coming  within  the  limita- 
tions of  two  rollers,  that  it  cannot  satisfactorily  do  in  the 
hands  of  a  good  workman.  CfThe  Express  bed  is  24x31;  form 
18)^x27,  Rack  and  screw  distribution;  patented  high  fountain. 
Weight,  7100  pounds.  Cf  This  machine  with  the  Pony  Standard 
(22x27,  form  17)^x23,  speed  2400)  and  the  Pony  Regular,  same 
size  and  speed  as  the  Standard,  but  with  table  distribution, 
completes  a  trio  of  Pony  drums  that  are  without  a  rival. 
Three-color  process  work  has  been  done  upon  them;  color  work 
in  many  printings  and  most  good  work  is  possible  with  them. 
Their  cost  is  about  one  half  of  that  of  a  two-roller  two-revolu- 
tion press.  They  will  not  cost  as  much  as  two  large  jobbers, 
will  do  more  work  and  will  do  it  better.  Of  two  of  them  a 
Kansas  City  firm  says:  Cf'We  wish  to  say  that  the  Pony 
Standard  and  the  Pony  Express  cylinder  presses  which  you 
have  installed  in  our  plant  in  the  past  year  are  absolutely 
satisfactory,  both  as  to  speed  and  quality  of  work  produced. 
We  do  not  believe  there  is  a  press  in  the  market  that  will  give 
the  same  results  at  anywhere  near  the  price  for  which  these 


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presses  are  sold."  ^For  nearly  eleven  years  we  have 
had  a  Standard  Pony  in  constant  use  in  our  own  printing 
department.  It  is  an  "old  style"  machine.  It  is  not  the 
perfected  machine  we  seU  now.  Through  all  sorts  of 
rushes;  upon  aU  sorts  of  work  from  plainest  to  that  in 
several  colors,  it  has  always  been  a  ready  and  certain 
means  to  a  satisfactory  end.  It  is  a  favorite,  and 
deserves  the  partiality  our  employees  have  for  it.  Its 
last  notable  performances  were  the  printing  of  the  35000 
specimens  (in  invitation  form)  showing  our  new  scripts, 
and  the  first  edition  of  our  handsome  Chase  Book  in 
two  colors,  with  halftones.  ^Few  printers  indeed  would 
put  script  forms — specimen  forms — on  a  drum,  and  an 
old  drum  at  that;  nor  would  they  attempt  three-color 
work  on  such  a  press.  This  is  because  they  do  not 
know  the  Standard,  and  are  not  in  any  way  familiar 
with  the  advantages  and  niceties  of  a  first-class  drum. 
They  forget  that  all  the  improvements  in  presses  have 
not  been  made  upon  the  two-revolution,  and  that  a  large 
percentage  of  all  printing  can  still  be  done  upon  a  two- 
roller  drum  quite  as  well.  ^The  man  who  has  a  good 
trade  that  demands  really  nice,  workmanHke,  every-day 
printing,  cannot  go  amiss  in  selecting  either  the  Express, 
the  Standard,  or  the  Regular.  Each  has  some  special 
advantage  of  its  own;  and  which  of  these  is  best  adapted 
to  his  special  needs  is  easily  determined  by  the  printer 
himself  No  other  drums  as  good  have  ever  been  made. 
They  do  not  cost  much,  either  at  first  or  in  operation. 
If  he  has  the  skill  remarkably  good  results  can  be  had, 
as  satisfactory  to  his  customers  as  profitable  to  himself. 
Of  course  a  drum  has  limitations,  but  its  range  is  not 
nearly  as  restricted  as  most  printers  pretend  to  beHeve. 
^For  the  job  office  the  Nos.  2  and  4  Standard  or 
Regular,  or  the  No.  3  Express,  are  very  desirable,  and 

14  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
opened  with  one-point  leads 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  182  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


BABCOCK  DRUM  CYLINDER  PRESSES 

will  prove  profitable.  In  the  large  pressroom 
they  offer  a  low-cost  and  very  efficient  relief  to 
the  crowded  two-revolutions,  as  in  a  recent  case 
where  illustrations  of  field  flowers  in  eight  colors 
were  surprisingly  well  done  on  an  old  Standard. 

THE  DRUM  IN  GENERAL. 

Each  style  of  printing  press  has  its  good 
points  and  its  special  uses;  and  there  are  some 
things  within  the  easy  range  of  drum  cylinders 
that  cannot  be  so  perfectly  produced  on  two- 
revolutions,  surprising  as  such  a  statement  may 
be  to  many.  This  is  illustrated  by  a  bit  we  find 
in  a  recent  "Progressive  Printer,"  wherein  the 
writer  recalls  "taking  a  printer  friend  to  see  an 
up  to  date  job  office  in  which  a  large  amount 
of  color-work  was  done  on  very  heavy  card- 
board. In  the  pressroom  was  a  drum  cylinder, 
right  beside  a  latest  pattern  two-revolution;  and 
our  friend  said  to  the  manager,  'Why  in  the 
world  do  you  keep  such  a  trap  in  this  modem 
office?'  We  were  amused  at  seeing  his  look  of 
incredulity  when  told  there  was  no  other  press 
that  would  do  the  particular  work  they  were 
doing  quite  so  well."  ^Many  are  inclined  to 
believe  that  the  drum  cylinder  is  a  thing  of  the 
past.  This  in  the  main  is  an  error,  and  is  refuted 
by  the  steadily  growing  demand  for  presses  of 
this  class.  It  cannot  be  denied  that  much  work 
requires  a  different  kind  of  press;  but  there  is 
now,  and  always  will  be,  a  large  amount  of 
good,  clean,  every-day  printing  to  be  done  under 


16  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
set  solid 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


BABCOCK  DRUM  CYLINDER  PRESSES. 

conditions  that  preclude  the  advan- 
tageous use  of  high-priced  machines. 
These  conditions  demand  a  simple  and 
easily  understood  press,  one  that  will 
not  require  the  services  of  an  expert, 
and  on  which  any  good  pressman  may 
secure  gratifying  results  with  least  pos- 
sible outlay  of  time.  These  machines 
often  run  a  part  of  the  time  only,  and 
the  investment  should  not  be  great. 
When  the  two-revolution  came  into 
prominence,  the  attention  of  both  build- 
ers and  users  was  turned  to  it,  and  for 
a  time  the  drum  was  neglected.  At 
that  time  the  drum  was  not  all  it  should 
have  been;  but  its  defects  were  not  at 
all  a  necessary  part  of  the  drum  style 
of  press.  The  development  of  the  two- 
revolution  led  later  to  the  perfection  of 
the  drum,  and  its  reinstatement  in  the 
good  opinion  of  an  exacting  and  con- 
stantly increasing  trade.  All  that  the 
drum  needed  was  the  careful  improve- 
ments we  have  given  it.  These  we  have 
borrowed  in  part  from  the  two-revo- 
lution, and  they  reach  their  highest 
development  in  the  Standard,  Regular 
and  the  Express. 


IS  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
set  solid 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  184  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING 


IONIC 


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


21  A  43  a  6  Point  Lining  Ionic        1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

NEW  PRIMARY  ELECTION  LAW 

Hot  Wave  Sweeps  Over  the  Western  Hemisphere 

Yesterdays  Temperature  Above  Normal 

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18 A  35  a  10  Point  Lining  Ionic      3/4  lbs.,  $2.50 

GOOD  ADVERTISING 

Lays  the  Foundation  for  a  Successful 

And  Sound  32  Business  Venture 


21A  42  a  8  Point  Lining  Ionic        2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

MODERN  MACHINERY 

Used  in  the  Construction  of  New  Subways 

Made  Far  More  Durable  and  Safe 

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ISA  28a  12  Point  Lining  Ionic      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

IMMENSE  STEEL 

Structures  Being  Remodeled 

G-igantic  32  Building 


14  Point  Lining  Ionic 


4Ji  lbs.,  $3.00 


ELG-IN  IRON  AND  STEEL  WORKS 

Foreign  Contracts  Placed  "With.  American  Companies 

Business  Blocks  and  95  Tenement  Houses 


9A  18a 


16  Point  Lining  Ionic 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


BEAUTIFUL  SITES  SELECTED 

Building  Operations  Will  Soon  be  Completed 

Beautiful  Architectural  65  Designs 


8A  15a 


20  Point  Lining  Ionic 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


TREASURY  DEPLETED 
Plans  Submitted  38  For  Three  Bridges 


6A  10a 


24  Point  Lining  Ionic 


5%  lbs.,  $3.55 


ADVISORY  BOARDS 
Unfavorable  Report  23  of  Viaduct 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


185 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


CLARENDON    C^^^5    NO.  5  SERIES 


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


24A  50a  6  Point  Clarendon  No.  5        1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

GREAT  TRANSCONTINENTAL  RAILROAD 

Grand  Central  Passenger  Station  and  Freight  House  in  Ruins 

Three  Thousand  Fasseneer  and  Freight  Cars  Burning 

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21  A  41  a        10  Point  Clarendon  No.  5        S'/ie  lbs.,  $2.S0 

PULLMAN  PALACE  COACH 
Reduced  Eates  to  all  Points  in  the  North 


23A46a  8  Point  Clarendon  No.  5        2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

NORTH  BOUND  LIMITED  EXPEESS 

Daily  Arrival  and  Departure  of  Excursion  Trains 

Grand  Central  Station  Fifth  Avenue 

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15  A  31  a  12  Point  Clarendon  No.  5      3%  lbs.,  $2.7S 

DETROIT  FAST  MAIL 

Evanston  Midnight  Special  Train 


South  and  West  43  Beginning  Today  i  Dining  Car  64  Fine  Service 

12A20a  16  Point  Clarendon  No.  5  4%  lbs.,  $3.00 

DURABLE  PRINTING  MATERIAL 

Superior  Copper  Mixed  Type  on  the  Point  Lining  System 

With  Deep  Cut  Counters  53  Will  Stand  the  Wear 

9A  19a  18  Point  Clarendon  No  5  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

CALIFORNIA  EXPRESS  TRAINS 

Fastest  Time  Record  Ever  Made  December  Second 
Beautiful  Scenery  32  Vestibule  Sleepers 

8A15a  20  Point  Clarendon  No.  5  5  lbs.,  $3.30 

GREAT  INTERNATIONAL  ROAD 
Passes  Through  Tunnels  37  and  Dense  Forest 

6Alla  24  Point  Clarendon  No.  5  S'-ii  lbs.,  $3.60 

MICHIGAN  FRUIT  FARMS 

Fine  Peaches  6  Grapes  and  Apples 

BARNHART    BROS.  &    SPINDLER'S  186  SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


CLARENDON  EXTRA 


CONDENSED  NUMBER  5 


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


6  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 
33  A  65  a  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

FAKOUS  COLLEGE  RIViLS  MEET  IN  AHKUAL  FOOTBALL  GAME 

Tale  Defeats  Harvard  in  an  Interesting  Game  and  Clinches  Championship 

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12  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 
22  A  44  a  3%  lbs.,  $2.7S 

MAKE  A  BUSINESS  OF  SAVING 
Your  Savifigs  Will  568  Make  You  a  Business 


8  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 
26  A  57  a       ■  2K  lbs.,  $2.2S 

ANCIENT  HISTORY  OF  ROMAN  EMPIRE 

Yery  Facinating  and  Educative  Study  for  Present  Generation 

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10  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 
26  A  52  a  3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

CRUMBLING  ALHAMBRA  DESERTED 
Where  the  Bodies  of  39  Ancient  Spanish  Kings  Rest 


15  A  28  a 


18  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


SPECIAL  SALE  ON  HAND  PAINTED  HAVLIN  CHINAWARE 
Unusual  Purchase  ol  Samples  497  at  Less  Than  Hall  ol  Regular  Price 


24  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 


5%  lbs.,  $3.55 


COMPANY  TO  INSTALL  RAILROAD  TO  AURORA 
New  Line  mil  be  Equipped  635  Witli  Modern  Improvements 


30  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 


6'/f6  lbs.,  $4.10 


TWELVE  UNITED  STATES  PRESIDENTS 

SeYeral  Government  Officials  43  Visited  Switzerland 


6A  12a 


36  Point  Clarendon  Extra  Condensed  No.  5 


7  lbs.,  $4.35 


REVISED  AMERICAN  HISTORY 

Contains  Biopaphy  of  7  Geoiie  WasMngton 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


187 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


CALEDONIAN    c^^te^    NUMBERS 


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


17  A  33  a  5  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  1  lb.,  $2.00 

ALPHONSOS  NE-W  AUTOMOBrLE 

Moves  Forward  Slovrly  and  is  Guaranteed  not  to  Kill 

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20  A  36  a  8  Point  Caledonian  No.  5     2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

CALIFORNIA  AND  MICHIGAN 
Four  Thousand  Apple  63  and  Peach  Trees 


18  A  36a  6  Point  Caledonian  No.  5    H^fi  lbs.,  $2.00 

SEVERAL  LABGE  CROPS  OF  CORN 

Wheat  Rye  and  Oats  Destroyed  very  Recently 

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16  A  31  a  10  Point  Caledonian  No.  5    3'Xb  lbs,,  $2.50 

ELEGANT  CHERRIES 
Large  Shipments  7  Received  Daily 


14  A  26  a  12  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  3K  lbs.,  $2.75 

MENDELSOHN  HARVESTER  COMPANY 

New  Binders  Furnislied  With  5  Electricity  for  Motive  Power       | 


8  A  16  a  18  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

HORSES  SHEEP  AND  CATTLE 
Received  From  98  Western  Stock  Farms 


6  A  10  a  24  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  5%  lbs.,  $3.65 

SEVERE  COLD  SNAPS 
Furnished  by  the  48  Weather  Man 

5  A  9  a  30  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  7^6  lbs.,  $4.45 

CORNER  STONES 
Bought  Sold  94  and  Crushed 

4  A  8  a  36  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  S^Xt  lbs.,  $5.15 

ONE  PAPER  MILL 
Situated  on  6  Fox  River 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  188  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


CALEDONIAN  c^^:^  NUMBER  5 


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


42  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  UK  lbs.,  $6.80 


FINE  GRADE 
People  3  Agreed 

3A  4a  48  Point  Caledonian  No.  5  12M  lbs.,  $7.50 

TABLETS 
Linen  8  Paper 


SPECIAL  LEADS  I 

'A                                 We  are  putting  up  special  fonts  of  leads  for  lining  type.  'A 

B                                 They  are  cut  in  sizes  from  one  to  twenty  picas,  and  are  S 

graduated  by  half  ems  up  to  ten  picas.  n 

In  thickness  they  are  one,  two,  and  three  points,  the  J 
one-point  leads  being  made  from  brass. 

Each  thickness  is  put  up  in  a  separate  font. 

Price  $1.00  Per  Font 

At  this  low  price  no  office  can  afford  to  be  without  a  full  H 

^                                 assortment.   The  one-point  font  contains  about  260  inches,  ■• 

R                                 each  of  the  others,  four  pounds.  H 

I  FOR  LINING  TYPE  | 

9|             6    POINT  BORDER,    NO.    341  K 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  189     '  QUALITY  AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LIXING   c^^^   DORIC 


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


21  A  42  a  6  Point  Lining  Doric        l'/f6  lbs.,  $2.00 

CAMBRIDGE  tTNIVERSITT  DIRECTOR 

Proficiency  and  Advancement  in  all  Branches 

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17A  34a  10  Point  Lining  Doric        3 Mi  lbs.,  $2.50 

TWO  BILLION  IN  COIN 
United  States  32  Money  Order 

11 A  20a  14  Point  Lining  Doric        4^/6  lbs.,  $3.00 


22  A  44  a  8  Point  Lining  Doric         2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

DRESS  SKIRTS  IN  HOMESPUN 

Among  the  Many  Bargains  Offered  Today 

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14A28a  12  Point  Lining  Doric         3^  lbs.,  $2.75 

HAVANA  CIGABS 
Three  Dollars  6  Per  Box 

7  A  14  a  18  Point  Lining  Doric        4'?i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

KING  JOHN 


YOUNG  WOMEN 

Little  Girls  5  at  Play        Brave  72  Soldier 


24  Point  Lining  Doric  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


ONE  HUNDRED  YEARS 

Grandest  Historical  38  Events 

4 A  8a  30  Point  Lining  Doric  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 

FAMOUS  FORTS 

Guarded  With  7  Soldiers 

3A6a  36  Point  Lining  Doric  8316  lbs.,  $5.10 

KING  HENRY 

Soldiers  3  Attacking 


42  Point  Lining  Doric  10^  lbs.,  $6.25 


OLD  ROMAN 

Burying  5  Ground 

BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  190  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LININGS  ANTIQUE 


NUMBER  6 


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


19  A  37a  6  Point  Lin.  Antique  No.  6      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

HOBSE  SACE  AT  BSIOHTOIT  FABK 

Beatemall  Wins  Opening'  Event  at  Fifty  to  One 

Jockey  Punkxider  is  Tlixown  in  Second  Bace 

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20  A  40a  8  Point  Lin.  Antique  No.  6        iV*  lbs.,  $2.25 

WORLDS  GREATEST  CIRCUS 

Acrobatic  Ferfonuers  the  CMef  Attraction 

Wild  Man  from  Borneo  Eats  Gorillas 

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12  A  24a  12  Point  Lin.  Antique  No.  6      3%  lbs.,  $2.75  !  15  A  30a  10  Point  Lin.  Antique  No.  6      S'/Tb  lbs.,  $2.50 


TRAIZa*  IVRECKED 
Accident  in  715  Elma  City 


FLAYER  BADLY  HURT 
Baseball  Hits  428  His  Stomach 


18  Point  Lining  Antique  No.  6 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


LARGi:  STAMP  COI.I.ECTION 
Many  Varieties  from  78  Both  Continents 


24  Point  Lining  Antique  No.  6 


5?4  lbs.,  $3.50 


STOCK  SHOW  A  SUCCESS 
Rare  Specimens  36  on  Exhibition 


4A  7a 


30  Point  Lining  Antique  No.  6 


714b  lbs.,  $4.35 


MUTER  RETURNS 
Dugr  G«lcl  29  California 


36  Point  Lining  Antique  No,  6 


^.Yi  lbs.,  $5.20 


WATCH  saij: 

Bargrain  6  Tuesday 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


191 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


ANTIQUE 


NUMBER  53 


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


23  A  43  a  SM  Point  Antique  No.  53       iX  lbs.,  $2.00 

liA'WBRIIAKBBS  FUTB  STEBN  JUDGES 

Thugs  Being  Severely  Punished  for  Crimes  Coiamitted 

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20  A  39  a  8  Point  Antique  No.  53     2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

NATIVES  OF  THE  PHILIPPINES 
Exhibited  at  the  67  "Worlds  Exposition 

ISA  30a  12  Point  Antique  No.  53     3K  lbs.,  $2.7S 

ERIE  STATE  BANK 
Three  Per  Cent  82  Interest 

7A12a  24  Point  Antique  No.  53      5 J^  lbs.,  $3.60 

ENGINES 
Ladies  37  Club 


22A41a  6  Point  Antique  No.  53    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

BOYS  AND  YOUNG  MENS  CLOTHING 

Headwear  Leather  Goods  Rubbers  and  Umbrellas 

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ISA  35  a  10  Point  Antique  No.  53    S'Xt  lbs.,  $2.S0 

CHICAGO  WATER  WORKS 
Elgin  and  Aurora  36  Electric  Cars 

12  A  23  a  14  Point  Antique  No.  53    A}i  lbs.,  $3.00 

COTTON  FABRICS 
Wholesale  and  93  Retail 

9  A  17  a  18  Point  Antique  No.  53     4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

HOSPITALITY 
Harvard  3  Student 


4A8a 


30  Point  Antique  No.  53 


6%  lbs.,  $4.2S 


HORSE  RACING 
Oranges  6  and  Peaches 


3A6a 


36  Point  Antique  No.  53 


8^  lbs.,  $5.25 


CREAM  ROLLS 
Daily  and  4  Sunday 


3A4a 


42  Point  Antique  No.  53 


10->^  lbs.,  $6.25 


NATURAL 
Open  32  Canal 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


192 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ANTIQUE 


NO.  7 


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


20  A  40  a  5'A  Point  Antique  No.  7         l}i  lbs.,  $2.00 

STREET  CABS  OF  LATEST  PATTERN 

North  Division  Suburban  Electric  Railroad  Companies 

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16A  32a  10  Point  Antique  No.  7  3/4  lbs.,  $2.50 

HOMELESS  CHILDREN 
Receiving  6  Christmas  Presents 


20  A   40  a  6  Point  Antique  No.  7  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

EXPENSIVE  HOUSEHOLD  PRESENTS 

Purchased  for  the  New  Brides  and  Grooms 

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19A  37a  8  Point  Antique  No.  7  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

FINEST  DIAMOND  STICiC:PIN 

Very  Handsome  8  Solid  Gold  Necklaces 


12  Point  Antique  No.  7 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


GENERAL  BUSINESS  OFFICE  OPENED 
Investors  Protective  and  94  Loan  Association  Incorporated 


LINING  ANTIQUE   c^ 


CONDENSED  SEEIES 


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


26  A  50  a    8  Point  Lining  Antique  Cond.     2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

HIGH  GRADE  PIANOS  AND  ORGANS 

The  Largest  and  Finest  Stock  of  Pianofortes  in  the  Country 

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21  A  39  a    12  Point  Lining  Antique  Cond.  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

FINE  VIOLINS  AND  GUITARS 
Concerts  Given  by  the  8  Mandolin  Clubs 


23  A  48  a    10  Point  Lining  Antique  Cond.     3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

GEAND  AND  UPRIGHT  PIA.NOS 

Excellent  Bargain  in  Slightly  Used  Instruments 

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16A34a     14  Point  Lining  Antique  Cond.     45^6  lbs.,  $3.00 

MUSICIANS  FAVORITE 
Wonderful  Instrument  4  Exhibit 


13A  25a 


16  Point  LiningAntique  Condensed 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


TICKETS  SOLD  AT  THE  GRANT  MUSIC  HOUSE 
Cotton  Pickers  Brass  Band  6  Playing  at  the  Riverview  Parks 


10  A  20  a 


20  Point  Lining  Antique  Condensed 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


LARGEST  COLORED  MINSTREL  TROUPE 
Africans  Sing  and  Play  the  9  Popular  Songs  of  the  Day 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


SKELETON  ANTIQUE 


NUMBER  55 


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


28  A  55  a     10  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55     2>^  lbs.,  $2.S0 

MAGNIFICENT  SCENERY  ALONI}  THE  LAKE  SHORE 
Excursion  Steamers  Now  Ruiming  From  CMcago  to  MlIwauKee 


13A25a    20  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55     4 '^ii  lbs.,  $3.25 

CONSOLIDATED  BAKERY 
Dealers  in  First  97  Class  Fancy  Pastry 


24A46a      12  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55     3 '/4  lbs.,  $2.75 

FASHIONABLE  ORIENTAL  COSTUMES 

Coloren  Ostricli  Plunies  for  Laaies  Spring  Hat  Styles 

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20A39a     14  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55     3%lbs.,$3.00 

fiREAT  FOREST  FIRE  IBMICMAH 
BiillJlnp  SnrroMileJ  36  ly  Walls  of  Flaie 


24  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55 


4?i  lbs.,  $3.60 


IS  a  ni 


IN  THE  GOVERNMENT 
t  LaaflS  3801  to 


1  Pflsili 


36  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55 


5?i'6  lbs.,  $4.25 


File  Fruit  anl  Berry  Pies  83  Breai  ani  Hot  ffafers 


Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55 


9%  lbs.,  $6.35 


54  Point  Skeleton  Antique  No.  55 


10%  lbs.,  $7.50 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


194 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


mm  ^^m^  cmiMrER 


Weights  and  Prices  gfiven  are  Approximate;  see  pag^e  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


28  A  12  Point  Lining  Chamfer  If^  lbs.,  $1.50 

mmiii  mui  car  ield  up  by  maskeo  men 


21  A  18  Point  Lining  Chamfer  2%  lbs.,  $2.00 

CAR  JUMPS  TRACUOUNDING  CURVE 


24  Point  Lining  Chamfer 


354  lbs.,  $2.50 


FIRST  NATIONAL  BANK  OF  23  SANDVILLE  CLOSES  ITS  DOORS 


26  Point  Lining  Chamfer 


3)4  lbs.,  $2.50 


CASHIER  SKIPPED  TO  CMDHe  WITH  ALL  THE  FUNDS 


30  Point  Lining  Chamfer 


3K  lbs.,  $2.50 


DEPOSITOHS  WILL  BE  Pi  U  DDLUIR  FOR  DOLUIR 


8A 


36  Point  Lining  Chamfer 


3%  lbs.,  $2.90 


[TINC  OF  DIRECTORS  S4  PROVIOE  CASH 


42  Point  Lining  Chamfer 


45^8  lbs.,  $3.25 


28 


T 


Point  Lining  Chamfer 


SH  lbs.,  $3.90 


TAKES  CHARGE  03  OF  BANK  ASSETS 


6A 


54  Point  Lining  Chamfer 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


WILL  m 


PAVINC  MONBAy 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  196 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


ANTIOUE  CONDENSED   ^^^^    NUMBER  S5 


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


23  A  44  a  14  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  55  35^  lbs.,  $3.00 

THOMAS  JEFFERSON  MUST  HAVE  THOUGHT  HE  HAD  OUTGROWN  SHORT  TROUSERS 

WbeD  He  AstoDisbed  tlie  CabiDet  by  His  Appearing  Belore  Tbem  in  Long  Trousers  and  a  New  Froci(  Coat 

Red  Necktie  Standing  Collar  Fancy  Vest  Buttonbole  Bouquet  Fedora  Hat  and  Tan  Sboes 

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13  A  26  a  18  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  55  4'/^  lbs.,  $3.25 

FINEST  WOOLEN  MILLS  LOCATED  ALONG  THE  OLD  CREEK 

Prisoners  Robbed  Colorado  Gold  Mmes  Saturday  Morning  August  Fourtli 

Detective  Brown  Awarded  Lead  32  Medal  for  Malting  Capture 

9  A   16  a  24  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  55  4' i6  lbs.,  $3.55 

TROUSERS  BICYCLE  RIDERS  WEAR  TODAY 

Are  Somewhat  Similar  to  Tbose  Worn  in  Colonial  Times 

Wheels  Having  9S  Revived  Olden  Time  Styles 

6  A  12  a  30  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  55  5%  lbs.,  $4.00 

COPPER-MIXED  TYPE  RECEIVED 

Hlgbest  Award  at  tlie  8  CoIumliiaD  Exposition 


42  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  55  7'A  lbs.,  $5.25 


THOUSANDS  OF  PRINTING  OFFICES 

Use  Only  Superior  46  Copper-Mixed  Type 

BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  196  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ANTIQUE  GOND.   c^^^   NUMBER  52 


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


29  A       12  Point  Antique  Cond.  No.  52       l^Ab  lbs.,  $1.50 

UNITED  STATES  MINSTRELS  CONCERTS 
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14  A       20  Point  Antique  Cond.  No.  52        3%  lbs.,  $2.25 

LARGE  42  BUIO INOS 


23  A       14  Point  Antique  Cond.  No.  52        2M  lbs.,  $1.75 

CONCERT  GIVEN  BT  ORCHESTRA 
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19A        18  Point  Antique  Cond.  No.  52       3M6  lbs.,  $2.00 

FINEST  FARMS  2  LOWEST 


ISA  24  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  52  4  lbs.,  $2.55 

SHEEP  SWINE  FOETRT  29  AND  STOCK  FARM 


30  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  52  4^6  lbs.,  $2.60 


SEVENTEEN  ACRES  32  OF  GROUND 


36  Point  Antique  Condensed  No,  52  ^%  lbs.,  $2.95 


BARGAIN  IN  THIS  8  PROPERTY 


48  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  52  6%  lbs.,  $4.05 


FINE  HOUSES  4  TO  RENT 


60  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  52  6K  lbs.,  $3.75 


LOW  PRIIE  5  LANDS 


72  Point  Antique  Condensed  No.  52  8%  lbs.,  $5.10 


LARGE  7  ESTATE 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  197         •  QUALITY   AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


.^^jrxtlQL'u.e  "Fi^^ffca. 


3Nria.xxi.loex:*  55 


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


13  A  25  a     6  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  55    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

Xa34:S078»O 

9A  17a     10  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  55   3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.50 

Sfkld.  t]3.0   '^  H.OTT1  a,xxs 

3A  6a      20  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  55    4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


11  A  20a     8  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  55     2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

Z*x-es]3.  Xlotne  ^3A.ls.ec].  lE*±Gm 
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7A  14a     12  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  55   3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


flO^;St    58    3V[0^;'tS 


5A  10a     16  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  55     4Jt  lbs.,  $3.00 


Send  9  Oox^t^ 


30  Point  Antique  Extended  No.  55 


SVs  lbs.,  $5.05 


jA^tcxX*  lEZjs:t*€L 


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


7A  14  a     12  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  56    3%   lbs.,  $2.80 


5A  9a      16  Point  Ant.  Extended  No.  56    Alib  lbs.,  $3.05 


mxt  ^19  CSold 


20  Point  Antique  Extended  No.  56 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


30  Point  Antique  Extended  No.  56 


8?16  lbs.,  $5.25 


BARNHART  BROS.  i.  SPINDLER'S 


193 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Hiix:.  ]xro.  BS 


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


7  A  14  a     14  Point  Antique  Extended  No.  53    AH  lbs.,  $3.10 


5  A  10  a      18  Point  Antique  Extended  No.  53  4'^6  lbs.,  $3.25 


lSQ4BeTSO 


3A6a 


24  Point  Antique  Extended  No.  53 


5%  lbs..  $3.50 


XjiiTiira-  i^isEiTon 


.A.3SrTIQ-CrE  E^^TID. 


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


15  A  29a    6  Point  Lining  French  Ant.  Extd.    l'/i6  lbs.,  $2.00 
Bea.-u.tif\il  IPoeno.  Tsjr  "^77" m..  Stialcespeare 

11  A  22  a  10  Point  Lining  French  Ant.  Extd.  3l4  lbs.,  $2.50 

H-ancLrecL  "STears  33  Old. 

6A9a     16  Point  Lining  French  Ant.  Extd.      4->i  lbs.,  $3.00 


14A  25  a    8  Point  Lining  French  Ant.  Extd.     2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

iF^iz^TE  i<t-je:-^7^  BOOI^S 

I^oToinson    OrvLsoe   Ea,st   Xj37"nrLe 

8  A  15  a     14  Point  Lining  French  Ant.  Extd.     AK  lbs.,  $3.00 

O-oocL  57^  JDra^ma^s 

4  A  8a     20  Point  Lining  French  Ant.  Extd.     4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

Solo  S  ^)"u.et 


3A5a 


24  Point  Lining  French  Antique  Extended 


SVs  lbs.,  $3.60 


Orig'in.  of  ^  DbsZCori.ls:e3r 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


199 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


Lining  Antique 


Pointed  Series 


Weights  and  Prices  yiven  are  Approximate;  see  pa^e  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Une. 


9  A  19  a        14  Point  Lining  Antique  Pointed    ^}i  lbs.,  $3.00 

PORK  CHOPS 

Fine  Mutton  Steinrs 

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6A  13a     18  Point  Lining  Antique  Pointed  5  lbs.,  $3.30 


Music  Colleges 


24  Point  Lining  Antique  Pointed 


,      574b  lbs.,  $3.50 


SMALL  REID  BEETS 

String  Beans  Piclsled  Onions 

Green  Peas  and  5  Cabbage 


30  Point  Lining  Antique  Pointed 


69i6  lbs.,  $4.2S 


GERMAN  SOCIETY 
United  States  6  Senators 


36  Point  Lining  Antique  Pointed 


8%  lbs.,  $5.30 


EMPTY  HONORS 
Monarchial  8  Rulers 


48  Point  Lining  Antique  Pointed 


12J4  lbs.,  $7.50 


Frsiixie  3  Houses 


BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


aoo 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING   ^^^^   CONCAVE 


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


21  A  6  Point  Lining  Concave  %  lb.,  $1.00 

METROPOLITAN  AUCTION  PARLORS  CONTAINING  EVERYTHING  USEFUL  IN  THE 

HOUSEHOLD  LINE  WILL  BE  OPENED  NEXT  WEEK  PRIVATE  SALES  MADE  TO  PARTIES  DESIRING 

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21  A  10  Point  Lining  Concave  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

COMPLETE  OUTFITS  OF  FINE  MAHOGANY  BOOKCASES 
ROLLTOP  DESKS  FINE  CHAIRS  95  ALL  KINDS  OFFICE  FURNITURE 

14  A  12  Point  Lining  Concave  2  lbs.,  $1.S0 

BRUSSELS  CARPETS  AND  TAPESTRY 
FASHIONABLE  DINING  58  ROOM  DECORATIONS 

11 A  18  Point  Lining  Concave  ^  3!^6  lbs.,  $2.00  r 

HOUSEHOLD  ARTICLES 
DEALER  IN  FANCY  64  FURNITURE 

8  A  24  Point  Lining  Concave  4^  lbs.,  $2.80 

PERFORMING 
MORNING  5  EXERCISES 

5  A  30  Point  Lining  Concave  4"i6  lbs.,  $3.00 

CHINA  7  CABINETS 

5  A  36  Point  Lining  Concave  6%.  lbs.,  $4.00 

OFFICE  2  DESK 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  201  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEOUALED 


LINING  MODERN    C^wfc^    ANTIQUE  SERIES 


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


22  A  41a     6  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique     1%  lbs.,  $2.00  18  A  38  a     8  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique      2/i  lbs.,  $2.2S 

CHOICE  FLOWERS  OF  CENTRAL  AMERICA  STONE  HOUSE  THAT  JACK  BUILT 

Traveling  the  Beautiful  Switzerland  Mountains         i         Beautiful  ScenePy  Of  the  Rocky  Mountains 


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19  A  38  a    10  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique     3//6  lbs.,  $2.50 

FINE  BARGAIN  COUNTERS 


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17  A  32  a     12  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique    3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

AMERICAN  STEAMBOAT 


Small  Store  Has  947  Artistic  Display  Pleasant  Refreshing  43  Stream 

11  A  21  a  18  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

GENERAL  QUARTERS  FOR  IMPORTED  FIGS 
Reception  and  Ball  given  56  by  Prominent  Clubmen 

8  A  15  a  20  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

EASTERN  CONFERENCE  MEETS 
Chicagfo  Madison  73  and  Saint  Paul  Bonds 

6  A  13  a  24  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  5%  lbs.,  $3.55 

GRADUATING  EXERCISES 
Evanston  Musical  64  College  Enlarged 


30  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  7  lbs.,  $4.35 


SUBSTANTIAL  COMFORTS 
President  of  36  Three  Railroads 

5  A  7a  36  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  8H>  lbs.,  $5.10 

SPRING  CHICKENS 
Received  8  Friday  Morning 

BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  208  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  MODERN    C^^^^    ANTIQUE  SERIES 


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


4  A  8a  42  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  10^  lbs.,  $6.25 

CURIOUS  DEPOSIT 
Found  Gold  9  Nuggets 


48  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  12H  lbs.,  $7.60 


SHEET  MUSIC 
Operatic  7  Singing 


60  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  IS^/ii  lbs.,  $9.20 


SUPERIOR 
Display  5  Type 

3  A  3a  72  Point  Lining  Modern  Antique  le'/fb  lbs.,  $9.35 

FLORISTS 
Great  8  Days 

POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  203  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


Lining  Light  ^^m^  Modern  Series 


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


24  Point  Lining  Light  Modern  5}i  lbs.,  $3.55 


HARVESTING  MACHINERY 

First  Class  Results  Obtained  Through  The 

Good  Work  of  36  These  Machines 


30  Point  Lining  Light  Modern  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


FINE  DAIRY  BUTTER 
Wisconsin  Full  7  Cream  Cheese 

5  A  8a  36  Point  Lining  Light  Modern  S'/fi  lbs.,  $5.00 

MORNING  PAPERS 
General  Delivery  5  Station 


42  Point  Lining  Light  Modern  .     lOH  lbs.,  $6.35 


ORNAMENTAL 
Mahogany  4  Roekeps 

4  A  6a  48  Point  Lining  Light  Modern  13  lbs.,  $7.80 

GEOGRAPHY 
Mounds  8  Streams 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  204  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


■paoa^c,^ 


LATIN  ^m^^  NO.  52 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate,  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


12  Point  Latin  No.  52  '  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

COME  AND  SEE  OUR  BIG  BARGAIN 
UPHOLSTERED  PARLOR  FURNITURE  SETS 

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9A  '  16  Point  Latin  No.  52  2^  lbs.,  $1.80 

FURNITURE  CONVENTION 
SOLID   OAK  ROCKING  27  CHAIRS 

8  A  20  Point  Latin  No.  52  3%  lbs.,  $2.25 

OAK  AND  45  BRASS  BEDS 

7  A  24  Point  Latin  No.  52  4'/f6  lbs.,  $2.60 

GRAND  3  FURNITURE 

5  A  "  36  Point  Latin  No.  52  '  e'/fi  lbs.,  $3.85 

FINE  COUCHES  7 


42  Point  Latin  No.  52  7Vs  lbs.,  $4.75 


RED  8  ROOMS 


5  A  48  Point  Latin  No.  52  S'Ai  lbs.,  $5.00 

GOLD 8 BUG 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  205  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LIGHT 


17  A  34  a  6  Point  Light  Latin        1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

READY   TO  WEAR  GARMENTS 

Our  Quality  and  Workmanship  Unequaled 

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14  A  29  a  10  Point  Light  Latin       3 '//6  lbs.,  $2.50 

RESCUING  SINNERS 
Enlightens  Your   32    Burden 

6  A  10  a  24  Point  Light  Latin         5?^  lbs.,  $3.60 

HOME  RUN 
Scored  7  Eight 


LATIN 


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


15  A  31  a  8  Point  Light  Latin  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

MANS   COMPLETE  CLOTHIER 

Clothing   for    Particular   Dressers 

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14  A  26a  12  Point  Light  Latin       3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

CANNED  APRICOTS 
Delicious  5  Canned  Goods 

7  A  15a  18  Point  Light  Latin  5  lbs.,  $3.30 

ESTABLISHED 
Printing  6  Office 


30  Point  Light  Latin 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


MELODIOUS  STRAINS 
Mandolin  Violin  4  and  Guitar 


36  Point  Light  Latin 


8%  lbs,,  $5.50 


LARGE  STORE 

Wholesale  5  Jewelry 


3A  5a 


48  Point  Light  Latin 


13'/f6  lbs.,  $7.85 


ONE  REAM 
Ginefer  8  Bread 


BARNHART  BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


206 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LATIN 


NO.  5 


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


17  A  34  a  6  Point  Latin  No.  5  1?46  lbs..  $2.00 

VACATION   TIME   IS   COMING 

Spend  the  Hot  Summer  in  the  Mountains 

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15  A  29  a 


10  Point  Latin  No.  5  S'/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 


ACROSS  THE  PACIFIC 
Modern    Home   42   Comforts 

5  A  11  a  24  Point  Latin  No.  5  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

BICYCLES 
Stored  7  Here 


15  A  32  a  8  Point  Latin  No.  5  2 M lbs.,  $2.25 

AMERICAN  SPORTSMEN 

Hunting  Expedition  to  Georgia  Bay 

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14  A  28a  12  Point  Latin  No.  5  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SAVINGS  ACCOUNT 
Interest  on   3  All   Deposits 


18  Point  Latin  No.  5 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


PHARMACIST 
Only  Pure  4  Drugs 


30  Point  Latin  No.  5 


7  lbs.,  $4.35 


MILITARY  CARNIVAL 
Great  Opening  5  Tonight 


36  Point  Latin  No.  5 


8H  lbs.,  $5.05 


FRESH  MEATS 
Pure  Jersey  2  Butter 


48  Point  Latin  No.  5 


12%  lbs.,  $7.80 


HARD  COAL 
Good  8  Weight 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


207 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LATIN  CONDENSED 


NUMBER  ONE 


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


28  A  55  a      10  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1     3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

CELEBRATING  VICTORIA  DAY  IN  CHATHAM 

Bold  Bad  Men  Robbed  the  Banks  in  Broad  Day  Light 

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11  A  21a      24  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1      5^  lbs.,  $3.55 

BOYS  TAKE  WARNING 
Danger  is  34  Hovering  Near 

8  A  15  a      30  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1     6%  lbs.,  $4.00 

PACIFIC  SAILOR 

Dangerous  52  Voyage 


24  A  48  a      12  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

FAR  IN  THE  DISTANCE  CAME  THE  ENEMY 

Our  Whole  Regiment  Kept  as  Still  as  Deathj 

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16  A  33  a      18  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1     4%  lbs.,  $3.2 

SPEND  NOT  YOUR  TIME  IDELY 
Make  Hay  While  65  the  San  Shines 

6  A  10  a     36  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1       6'^i6  lbs.,  $4.2 

EIGHT  WOMEN 
Arrested  2  Sunday] 


48  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1 


10%  lbs.,  $6.40 


THAMES  RIVER  TRAGEDY 
Most  Delightful  8  Sunimer  Outing 


60  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1 


85/4  lbs.,  $5.00 


Stylisb  June  3  WEDDINGS 


72  Point  Latin  Condensed  No.  1 


g^At  lbs.,  $5.30 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


208 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING    c^^fe^    RUNIC 


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


22  A  43  a  10  Point  Lining  Runic        3^6  lbs.,  $2.50 

REFRESHING  RECREATION 

From  the  Daily  Business  Adventures  of  Life 

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11  A  20  a  18  Point  Lining  Runic  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

SENIOR  GRADES 
Graduation  7  Exercise 


18  A  37  a  12  Point  Lining  Runic        3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

LINING  SYSTEM  TYPES 

From  Superior  Copper-Mixed  Metal 

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14  A  27  a  14  Point  Lining  Runic  4}i  lbs.,  $3.00 

ELEGANT  DESIGNS 
Large  Display  4  of  Fine  Art 


24  Point  Lining  Runic 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


RAILWAY  FREIGHT  STATION 
Household  Goods  58  Safely  Transported 


30  Point  Lining  Runic 


67/16  lbs.,  $4.00 


GRAND  STREET  PARADE 
Consisting  of  9  New  Brass  Bands 


42  Point  Lining  Runic 


9  lbs.,  $5.40 


FINE  READING  ROOM 
Institute  Public  7  Library 


4  A  8a 


54  Point  Lining  Runic 


nVtb  lbs.,  $7.55 


CONVENTIONS 
Popular  3  Statesmen 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


209 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  FRENCH 


CLARENDON 


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


29  A  58  a  6  Point  Lining  Fr.  Clarendon  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

AUCTION  SALE  TOESDAY  AND  SATUEDA7 

Household  Furniture  Horses  Cows  Sheep  Hogs  and  Farming  Machinery 

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21  A  42  a  10  Point  Lining  Fr.  Clarendon  3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

MOST  NOBLE  CHAEGER 
Carried  Him  From  374  the  Battle  Fields 

13  A  25  a  18  Point  Lining  Fr.  Cla'rendon  4%  lbs..  $3.25 

FAITHFUL  GUARD 
Saved  Many  592  Euildings 


25  A  49  a  8  Point  Lining  Fr.  Clarendon    2}i  lbs.,  $2.a 

PRETTY  AND  TASTY  DESIGNS 

Made  hj  Using  our  Lining  Type  Rules  and  Border 

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18  A  35  a  12  Point  Lining  Fr.  Clarendon  3%  lbs.,  $2.* 

EUSSIAIT  SEALSKIN 
Fur  Coats  Cloaks  386  and  Jackets 

16  A  31  a  14  Point  Lining  Fr.  Clarendon    4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

GOLD  AND  SILVER 
Mines  of  Utah  453  and  Nevada 


7A  16a 


24  Point  Lining  French  Clarendon 


5^  lbs.,  $3.50 


IMPOHTED  LACE  CUHTAINS 
Plain  and  Fancy  73  Portiers  and  TaUe  Covers 


30  Point  Lining  French  Clarendon 


eVi  lbs..  $4.10 


FINE  FARM  PRODUCTS 
Butter  Cheese  Milk  42  Honey  Poultry 


36  Point  Lining  French  Clarendon 


73.4  lbs.,  $4.45 


LONDON  GARDENS 
Manchester  59  Outing-  Glut 


Point  Lining  French  Clarendon 


10%  lbs.,  $6.?5 


THEATRE  8  Comr)anv 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


210 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


umGEEvmH  c^m^  mummsi 


Weights  and  Prices  g"iven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


23A  45a      14  Point  Lin.  Egyptian  Ex.  Cond.  SVit  lbs.,  $3.00 

roimus  mim  m  mm 

M  in  Abundance  in  South  America  id  Afiica 

7 Pi.  15a       36  Point  Lin.  Egyptian  Ex.  Cond.     SYi  lbs..  $4.30 


M\ii  SsasoD  E4  In  ^i 


18A  36a      18  Point  Lin.  Egyptian  Ex.  Cond.   4'/f6  lbs.,  $3.25 

CAfmES  m  mmim 

Tventj  Notorious  SS  Crooks  in  Kansas  City 
1! 


13A  23a      24  Point  Lin.  Egyptian  Ex.  Cond.    4^  lbs..  $3.50 


kkr  Msg  3SE  Sells  Were  SHeiceil 


42  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extra  Condensed 


75/8  lbs..  $5.35 


II  il 

Mts  Feopk  Eied  asl  59  Maijf  Seriousl;  Wed 


6A  10a 


48  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extra  Condensed 


.  lbs.,  $6.25 


hm  Ut  75  LED  BY  RUFFIANS 


4A6a 


60  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extra  Condensed 


9'/f6  lbs.,  $6.35 


MS  THE  8  Allanlic  in  Boats 


72  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extra  Condensed 


13  lbs.,  $8.85 


LugBst  Body  46  OFITER 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


Zrfxziizig  Sgyp-biaza. 


Sx-iezidecL  Series 


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


14  A  26  a         8  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extd.      2}i  lbs.,  $2.25 

BZ^T7SXZZZTGi  2^ilZSEir 

ZZome  From  •hTa.&  Fa.S'bure 
1234567  SSO 


12  A  22  a       10  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extd.     3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.50 

IMI'IIOVELIEITT 

GHurziizig  2v£a.c]aizies  Ue'nr 

Sys-bezn  of  Zzicu.'ba.-bors 


12  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extended 


3%  lbs.,  $2.80 


SFOZITSMBIT  ZIT72TTZ2TG  VTZZiD  GAMB 
Deer  Antelopes  Buffalos  23  Bears  Ziioxis  and  Tigers 


7  A  14  a 


18  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extended 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


RABBITS  DEER  AXTD  QT7AZL 
Buxiters  Pursued  by  5  Savage  Hounds 


5  A  10  a 


24  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extended 


5%  lbs.,  $3.70 


American  68  Cheese  Factory 


3A  6  a 


36  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extended 


%'Ab  lbs.,  $5.00 


ELCZIT  DAZR? 
Aurora  97  Mills  Depot 


48  Point  Lining  Egyptian  Extended 


12^  lbs.,  $7.50 


Fresh  65  Dairy 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


212 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC 


TITLE  NO.  82 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Une. 


34  A  6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  821      ?<  lb.,  $1.00 

M«NY    MEN    MAKE    »    MISTAKE  WHEN    TMEV    FAIL  TO   LIVE    THIS   OUT 
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23  A  6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  823      %  lb.,  $1.00 

WITH  THE   STRONGEST   346   BANK  IN   AMERICA 


20  A  6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  825      H  lb.,  $1.00 

ARE  OFTEN  864-  MANY   MILES  SQUARE 

16A  10  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

DRIVE  WITHOUT  3  HARM 

8  A  16  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82  2»/f'6  lbs.,  $1.75 

NORTH  3  WEST 

8  A  20  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82  3%  lbs.,  $2.35 

BATHING     2 


29  A  6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  822      %  lb.,  $1.00 

THROUGH  OUR   GREAT  MOUNTAINS   ALONG  THE   PACIFIC 

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21  A  6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  824     H  lb.,  $1.00 

GENERAL  STATE  357  BANKING  BUSINESS 

20  A  8  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82    1^  lbs.,  $1.25 

DINING  CARS  86  ARE  ENJOYED 

12  A  12  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82        2  lbs.,  $1.50 

GAME  970   PLAYED 

8  A  18  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82        3  lbs.,  $2.00 

PLEASANT  6 

6  A        24  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82      A^At  lbs.,  $2.75 

NORTH    4 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82 


5%  lbs.,  $3.25 


SPRING  8  STYLE 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82 


lbs.,  $3.95 


MODEL  4  SUIT 


48  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82 


85/C6lbs.,  $5.00 


PRIZE  6  GAKE 


54  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  82 


ll3^  lbs.,  $6.70 


PET  5  DOG 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


TITLE  SERIES 


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


28  A  6  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  No.  1     Vt,  lb.,  $1.00 

THE  INVENTION  OF  PRINTING  HAS  BEEN 

RECOGNIZED  BY  ALL  MEN  AS  THE  MOST  IMPORTANT 

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22  A  8  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  No.  3     Iji  lbs.,  $1.25 

THE  FIFTEENTH  CENTURY 
TYPES   MADE  24  WITHOUT  SYSTEM 

17  A         10  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  No.  5  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

LINING  SYSTEM 
POINT  LINE  72  POINT  SET 

13  A  12  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title         2  lbs.,  $1.50 

COPPER  MIXED 
DURABLE  65  TYPES 

10  A  16  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title       2^  lbs.,  $1.80 

FINE  TYPE 
MANY  5  FACES 


22  A         6  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  No.  2        Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

BIG  SILK  CLEARANCE  SALE  EVERY 

ODD  AND   BROKEN   LINE   SOLD   BELOW  COST 

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18  A  8  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  No.  4    iX  lbs.,  $1.25 

WEDNESDAY  BARGAINS 
GREAT  DAY  AT  92  THE  STORES 

16  A        10  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  No.  6    1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

TRADING  STAMPS 
MONDAY  48  PURCHASES 

12  A  14  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title        1%  lbs.,  $1.75 

SUNSHINE 
RAIN  23  STORMS 

10  A  18  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title        ZMf>  lbs.,  $2.15 

LIGHTNING 
DARK  7  CLOUD 


20  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title 


i%.  lbs.,  $2.30 


BEST  STEAMERS  3  AFLOAT 


24  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title 


Wii  lbs.,  $2.70 


THE!  POETS  7  OF  OLD 


5A 


30  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


THE  9  SCIENTIFIC 


36  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title 


6! 4  lbs.,  $3.75 


MAIL  3  TRAINS 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


214 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  GOTHIC    ^^^fe^    TITLE  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate:  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


4  A  42  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title    .  7J^  lbs.,  $4.S0 

FINE  6  TYPES 

3  A  48  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  8%  lbs.,  $S.30 

NEW  5  MEN 

♦  A  54  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  11%  lbs.,  $6.95 

TO  8  RENT 


60  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  14^  lbs.,  $8.S0 


HEART  9 


72  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  16ji  lbs.,  $9.70 

MARK 


84  Point  Modern  Gothic  Title  26 5i  lbs.,  $14.70 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  215  QUALITY  AND  FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


CONDENSED  TITLE 


Weights  and  Prices  sriven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


4 


53  A        6  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  1     K  lb.,  $1.00 

■NTK  AMUICAI  MHM  *!■•  MXGUIHE  PDUISHIH  COMPAIIT  IIICOIPOtXnD 

STMMH  MOMI  IT  THE  MOST  CELEHATED  AUTHORS  EMBMCIH  ICIEUCE  AH  UTEIATIK 

llt4MI«N 

34  A        6  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  3    ?i  lb.,  $1.00 

ENLARGED  CYCLOPAEDIA  OF  ENGLISH  LITERATURE 
BOUND  VOLUMES  OF  SHAKESPEARES  23  CHOICEST  PRODUCTIONS 


31  A      8  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  5   iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

FRENCH  AND  ITALIAN  MUSICIANS 
REHEARSE  FOR  CHRISTMAS  49  ENTERTAINMENTS 

29  A      lOPoint  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  7   1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

FORTY  BASS  AND  TENOR  SOLOISTS 
CONCERT  BY  GOVERNMENT  89  INDIANS 


40  A        6  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  2     K  lb.,  $1.00       S 

ANNUAL  OF  SCIENTIFIC  DISCOVERY  IN  SCIENCE  ART  AND  CHEMISTRY  ] 

IMPORTANT  INVENTIONS  AND  IMPROVEMENTS  IN  MECHANICS  ON  EXHIBITION 

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36  A      8  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  4   IJi  lbs.,  $1.25 

NATIONAL  MINING  MACHINERY  COMPANY 
MANUFACTURERS  OF  SHAFTING  45  AND  WELL  PUMPS     1 

34  A      10  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  No.  6   1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

NORTHWESTERN  INVESTMENT  BUREAU 
INTEREST  PAID  ON  73  TIME  DEPOSITS  ONLY 


23  A 


12  Point  Modern  Go.  Cond.  Title  2  lbs.,  $1.50 


TORNADOES  AND  HURRICANES 
FIERCE  ELECTRICAL  57  STORM 


14  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title 


iVi  lbs.,  $1.75  j 


FOREIGN  BUYERS  IN  AMERICAN  MARKETS 
STRUGGLE  TO  PLACE  LARGE  23  OROERS  FOR  SPRING  STOCK 


16  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title 


2'/i6  lbs,,  $1.75' 


PATRIOTIC  ENTHUSIASM  DEMONSTRATED 
FOURTH  OF  JULY  CELEBRATED  46  BY  SCHOOL  CHILDREN 


18  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title 


3  lbs.,  $2,501 


MAGAZINES  FOR  STORING  EXPLOSIVES 
DISCOVERED  BY  MOUNTED  85  SCOUTS  IN  MICHIGAN 


20  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title 


3%  lbs.,  $2.25 


CELEBRATED  MUSIC  COMPOSERS 
FIFTY  TWO  NATIONAL  4  HYMNS  OF  AMERICA 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


216 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


i^m^ 


MODERN  GOTHIC  €^^s>  CONDENSED  TITLE 


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


12  A  24  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  4  lbs.,  $2.60 

COLUMBUS  RIDINfi  9  ASSOCIATIONS 


30  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  4H  lbs.,  $2.60 


GOVERNMENT  7  RESERVATION 


36  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  5  lbs.,  $3.10 


MILWAUKEE  8  FIRE  BOAT 


42  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  e'/ii  lbs.,  $3.65 


GIGANTIC  2  ELEVATOR 

5  A  48  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  6%  lbs.,  $3.90 

NATURAL  3  HISTORY 

5  A  54  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  8  lbs.,  $4.80 

HORSES  5  CAHLE 


60  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  '    6%  lbs.,  $4.00 


MUSICISTORE 

LARGER    SIZES    SHOWN    ON    NEXT    PAGE 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  217  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC  e^^^  CONDENSED  TITLE 


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


3  A  72  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  9%  lbs.,  $S.SS 

ORGANIZED  7 

3  A  84  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  13  lbs.,  $7.30 

BANKERS 


96  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  16  lbs.,  $8.35 


DANGER 


3  A  120  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  Title  255'i6  lbs.,  $12.00 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  218  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


CONDENSED  TITLE 


THE  MINNEAPOLIS,  EASTERN  WISCONSIN,  AND  LAKE  SUPERIOR  RAILROAD 


THROUGH  SOLID  VESTIBULE  TRAINS 

SUPERIOR  EQUIPMENT  CONSISTING  OF  COACHES,  PULLMAN  SLEEPING  CARS 
AND  DINING  CARS,  HEATED  BY  STEAM  AND  LIGHTED  BY  ELECTRICITY. 

Chicago  City 

TO 

Manchester  and  Geneva 

VIA  NIAGARA  FALLS 

MD 

Chicago  AND  Port  Hdron  Railroads 


No.  11 

No.  14 

No.  23 

No.  67 

No.  80 

Central  Standard  Time 

No.  80 

No.  61 

No.  73 

No.  84 

No.  96 

A.M. 
1  20 
1  30 

P.M. 
6  30 

6  45 

7  02 
7  20 
7  26 
7  60 

A.M. 
2  00 
2  13 
2  26 
2  35 

2  49 

3  06 

P.M. 
716 
7  28 
7  41 

7  69 

8  18 
8  32 

A.M. 

3  26 

4  12 
4  30 
4  48 
6  00 
616 

Uv Chicago  City Ar 

P.M. 

10  12 
9  30 
8  46 
8  00 
7  36 
7  20 

A.  M. 
6  23 
6  40 
4  68 
416 
3  47 
3  32 

P.M. 

11  00 
9  68 
9  29 
816 
7  42 
7  28 

A.M. 
9  20 
8  04 
7  12 
6  37 
6  68 
6  44 

P.M. 
11  27 
10  49 

1  47 

Batavia 

10  03 

2  02 

.    .        Stafford  

9  28 

2  27 

8  66 

2  40 

Ar Mortimer Lw 

8  41 

2  66 

3  08 

8  21 
8  32 

8  49 

9  09 
9  32 
9  63 

10  08 

3  22 
3  40 

3  57 
416 

4  29 
4  42 
4  02 

8  46 

8  69 
916 

9  40 
9  67 

10  14 
10  34 

6  31 
6  60 
6  06 
6  22 
6  40 
6  66 
713 

Uv Mortimer Ar 

.Henrietta 

7  04 
6  49 
6  34 
6  19 
6  06 
6  61 
6  36 

316 
3  02 
2  46 
2  39 
2  23 
216 
2  01 

712 
6  67 
6  41 
6  26 
611 
6  66 
6  41 

6  29 
613 
4  67 
4  62 
4  47 
4  38 
4  23 

8  36 
8  21 

3  25 

8  06 

3  38 

Clifton  Springs 

7  60 

4  00 

7  33 

4  22 

Waterloo 

7  17 

4  33 

Ar Geneva Lv 

7  02 

4  49 

5  02 

10  30 

10  49 

11  04 

11  40 

12  28 
1  00 

A.  M. 

5  34 

5  46 

6  68 

6  30 

7  00 
7  42 

A.  M. 

10  48 

11  30 

11  45 

12  00 
12  37 

1  16 
A.  M. 

7  30 

7  61 

8  20 

8  66 

9  30 
9  64 

A.M. 

Lv Geneva Ar 

6  30 
6  14 
6  01 
4  46 
4  31 
4  16 
P.  M. 

1  68 
1  49 
1  40 
1  29 
1  17 
1  02 
A.  M. 

6  36 
518 
6  04 
4  49 
4  26 
4  10 
P.M. 

4  18 
4  03 
3  61 
3  36 
3  20 
3  06 
A.  M. 

6  67 
6  40 

5  35 

6  27 

5  55 

Willow  Creeii 

6  10 

6  30 

6  66 

7  23 
A.  M. 

Ar Rodbourne Lv 

6  40 
P.  M. 

TABLE  SET  IN  6  POINT  MODERN  GOTHIC 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


819 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


TITLE  NO.  117 


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


33  A        5  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117        ^2  lb.,  $1.00 

SUPERIOR  COPPER  MIXEO  HPE  CAST  ON  THE  POINT  IININC  SYSTEM 

ACKNOWLEDGED  TO  BE  THE  HARDEST  LIGHTEST  AND  MOST  DURABLE  TYPE  IN  THE  WORLD 

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39A        6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117         K  lb.,  $1.00 

HUNTING  IN  THE  WILD  JUNGLES  OF  SOUTH  AFRICA 
BOLD  AND  ADVENTUROUS  TRAVELERS  UNDERTAKE  DANGEROUS  JOURNEY 

39  A    10  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  1171     1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

FIFTH  AVENUE  OPERA  HOUSE  BUILDING 
TOTALLY  DESTROYED  BY  364  FIRE  THURSDAY  NIGHT 

25  A      12  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117         2  lbs.,  $1.50 

MEN  OF  BUSINESS  ABILITY 
ACCUMULATING  257  LARGE  FORTUNES 


36 A      5j^  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117     'I'e  lb.,  $1.00 

HOW  TO  BE  HAPPY  THOUGH  MARRIED  AND  OTHER  FAIRY  STORIES 

WRIHEN  EXPRESSLY  FOR  YOUNG  COUPLES  WHO  CONTEMPLATE  MAKING  THE  FATAL  STEP 

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44  A        8  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117        iK  lb.,  $1.25 

INTERESTING  HISTORICAL  INCIDENTS  WITH  BRIEF 
ACCOUNT  OF  THE  HARDSHIPS  ENDURED  BY  THE  EARLY  SETTLERS 

33  A    10  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  1172    1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

PATRIOTIC  ENTHUSIASM  DISPLAYED 
LECTURERS  RECEIVE  948  HEARTY  WELCOME 

21  A      16  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117    2'/i'6  lbs.,  $1.75 

MAGAZINES  FOR  STORING 
DYNAMITE  AND  27  GUN  COTTON 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


GREAT  DELUGE  CAUSED  BY  CLOUD  BURST  LAST  WEEK 
MANY  SHIPS  ARE  LOST  UPON  34  THE  ROCKS  IN  THE  FIERCE  GALE 


ISA 


20  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117 


lbs.,  $2.25 


DISCOVERED  THE  ENEMY  HIDING  IN  AMBUSH 
MOUNTED  SCOUTS  GIVE  68  CHASE  AND  CAPTURE  TWENTY 


14  A 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117 


3%  lbs.,  $2.50 


STORY  BOOKS  TO  92  AMUSE  THE  LIHLE  FOLKS 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117 


4  lbs.,  $2.65 


MACHINES  AND  84  PRINTING  PRESS 


8A 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117 


sy?i  lb,s.,  $3.35 


AMBITION  LEADS  57  TO  SUCCESS 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^^^    TITLE  NO.  117 


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


18A        '  42  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117  6  lbs.,  $3.60 

iENTHUSIASTIC  4  MERCHANTS 


Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117  6%  lbs.,  $3.9S 


HANDSOME  25  SELECTION 


54  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117  7}i  lbs.,  $4.35 


NATIONAL  68  BANKERS 

3  A  60  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117  S^Af,  lbs.,  $3.35 

DURABLE  98  TYPES 


72  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117  7%  lbs.,  $4.35 


FANCY  43  BOOKS 


96  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  117  105^2  lbs.,  $5.45 


BHCK  S6  HOUSE 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  221  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


TITLE  NO.  60 


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


68  A        6  Point  Linine  Gothic  Title  No.  601         ^  lb.,  $1.00 


43  A        6  Pojnt  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  603         %  lb..  $1.00 

THE  AMUSEMENT  PARKS  ARE  CROWDED  TO  THEIR  CAPACITY 
THOUSANDS  OF  PEOPLE  PASSING  THEIR   3276  LEISURE  HOURS  IN  THE   PARKS 


32  A        6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  605         K  lb.,  $1.00 

GREAT  FRUIT  INDUSTRY  OF  SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA 
EIGHTEEN  HUNDRED  CARS  672  WERE  SHIPPED  LAST  YEAR 

28  A        8  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  607     iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

GLASSWARE  QUEENSWARE 
STOVES  CARPETS  84  AND  FURNITURE 

18  A      12  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60  2  lbs..  $1.50 

MUSICAL  JOURNALS 
INCREASE  9  CIRCULATION 


52  A        6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  602         %  lb.,  $1.00 

THE  CONSOLIDATED  NORTH  AMERICAN  800K  AND  MAGAZINE  COMPANY 

STANDARD  WORKS  BY  THE    MOST  CELEBRATED  AUTHORS   EMBRACING  THEOLOGY  AND  SCIENCE 

EXHIBITING  THE  MOST  IMPORTANT  DISCOVERIES  IN   MECHANICS  AND  CHEMISTRY 

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35  A        6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  604         H  lb.,  $1.00 

STEEL  CONSTRUCTED  SHIPS  PROTECTED  WITH  ARMOR 
EVERY  COUNTRY  STRIVING  FOR  4652  SUPREMACY  ON  THE  WATERS 


32  A        8  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  606     iM  lbs.,  $1.25 

MONTHLY  BARGAINS  ADVERTISED 
HONEST  POLITE  23  ACCOMODATING  SALESMEN 

23  A       10  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60      1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

FIVE  THOUSAND  MEN 
EMPLOYED  AT  42  THREE-RIVERS 

18  A       14  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60      2%  lbs..  $1.80 

LARGE  ORDERS 
PLACED  65  BY  PHONE 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60 


3^  lbs..  $2.05 


MODERN  ELECTRICAL  MACHINERY 
GRADUALLY  TAKING  5  PLACE  OF  STEAM 


IDA 


20  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60 


3J^  lbs.,  $2.25 


MANUFACTURING  CENTER 
RAILROAD  SHOPS  87  AND  YARDS 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60 


3%  lbs..  $2.50 


HORSES  CATTLE 
BOUGHT  36  AND  SOLD 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    ^^^fe^    TITLE  NO.  60 


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


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60  4  lbs..  $2.50 


COMPETITION 
TRADE  58  JOURNAL 


42  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60  5?i  lbs.,  $3.25 


PNEUMATIC 
ROAD  36  HOUSE 


54  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60  7K  lbs.,  $4.65 


TROLLEY 
CAR  72  LINES 


60  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  60  9%  lbs.,  $5.75 


EASTERN 
MAIL  46  CAR 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  223  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


TITLE  NO.  90 


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


25  A        6  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90  K  lb.,  $1.00 

EXTRA  FINE  GRADE  WOOLEN  GOODS 

PLACED  ON  BARGAIN  COUNTER  NEXT  TUESDAY 

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19 A        8  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  902      \}i  lbs.,  $L25 

STAPLE  AND  FANCY 
GROCERIES   3759  VEGETABLES 

15  A  12  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90        2  lbs.,  $LSO 

LATEST  NOVELTY 
WIRELESS  3  MESSAGE 


24A        8  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  901      IK  lbs.,  $1.25 

WHEN  A  PERSON   DIES  DEATH 

MAY  BE  FROM    NUMEROUS   DISEASES 

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ISA       10  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90      1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

MEDICAL  COLLEGE 
YOUNG  8473  PHYSICIANS 

13A       14  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90       2^  lbs.,  $1.75 

GOLD  WATCH 
SILVER  379  RINGS 


11  A 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90 


3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.00 


LARGE  BANKING  GONGERN 
WESTCHESTER  562  TIMES-HERALD 


9A 


20  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90 


SH  lbs.,  $2.25 


LARGE  POWER  HOUSES 
GREAT  ENGINES  38  DYNAMOS 


8A 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90 


45i  lbs.,  $2.70 


PROMINENT  47  SPEAKER 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90 


4%   lbs.,  $3.00 


GREAT  59  WISDOM 


5A 


42  Point  Lining  Gothic  Title  No.  90 


7%  lbs.,  $4.50 


PIANO  8  COVER 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


324 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


iS^im^^ 


GOTHIC  COMPRESSED    ^^WP^    TITLE  NUMBER  7 


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


33  A      6  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  71      K  lb.,  $1.00  1         ,       31  A    6  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  72        J<  lb.,  $1.00 

BIJOU  THE  WORLDS  RENOWN  HAIRLESS  WONDER  SAMBO  THE  CELEBRATED  TRICK  ELEPHANT 


WILL  MAKE  HIS  LAST  APPEARANCE  BEFORE  THE  PUBLIC  EYE 
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34A      8  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  7    iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

NORTH  AVENUE  KENNEL  COMPANY 


WILL  BE  ON  EXHIBITION  DAILY  AT  THE  NEW  AUDITORIUM 
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31 A     10  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  7  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

FIREWORKS  FOR  THE  CHILDREN 

PEDIGREED  DOGS  SILK  463  HARES  AND  PIGEONS  gKY  ROCKET  BALLOONS  35  AND  TORCHES 


23  A     14  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  7    2J4  lbs.,  $1.75 

TWELVE  LARGE  CAMELS 
KILLED  CROSSING  82  RAILWAY 


23A      12  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  7       2  lbs.,  $1.50 

CHRISTMAS  EVERGREENS 
FROM  HENDERSON  57  NURSERIES 


17A  16  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  7  2  %  lbs.,  $1.75 

ROLLER  SKATING  RINKS  63  CLOSED  FOR  THE  SEASON 

13A  20  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  7  3H  lbs.,  $2.25 

PROHIBIT  SUNDAY  87  BASE  BALL  GAMES 

12A  24  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  7  4^6  lbs.,  $2.60 

FINE  HARNESS  34  ROBES  AND  WHIP 


8A  30  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  7  45^6  lbs.,  $2.70 

REPAIR  BOOTS  57  AND  SHOES 

6A  42  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  7  5%  lbs.,  $3.55 

FINE  DRESS  2  PARADES 


54  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  7  7%  lbs.,  $4.70 


MOTHERS  e  PRAYER 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY,  225  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


COMPRESSED  c^^fe^  TITLE  NUMBER  8 


Weiehts  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


41  A  8  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  8  1  lb.,  $1.25 

FOUR  DAYS  TRAMP  THROUGH  THE  WILDS  OF  AFRICA 

GREAT  HARDSHIPS  WERE  ENDURED  BY  THE  ADVENTUROUS  TRAVELERS 

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32  A         14  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  8      2'A6  lbs.,  $1.7S 

MLFTH  iKUAL  PMDE  AT  BARNHALLE 
FBIOAY  mm  JAiAlY  THE  ELEVENTH  AT  EIGHT 

15A        24  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  8      3M  lbs.,  $2.75 

nnflOyi  THE  WORLD 


41  A         10  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  8       IH  lbs.,  $1.40 

MANY  LIVES  LOST  IN  THE  TERRIFIC  EXPLOSION 
BOILER  EXPLODES  KILLING  THREE  AND  INJURING  TWENTY  SEVEN 


33A         12  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  8       1^  lbs.,  $1.50 

BEAUTIFUL  SCENERY  ALONG  THE  RIVER  NILE 
ELIZA  AND  TOM  CROSSING  27  THE  FIELDS  OF  COHON 

21  A        20  Point  Gothic  Comp.  Title  No.  8     2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

PROUDEST  BOYS  98  IN  THE  SCHOOL 


30  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  8 


37-f6  lbs.,  $2.60 


BARRELS  OF  APPLES  98  AND  BOIES  OF  CANDY 


42  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  8 


AH  lbs.,  $3.25 


SPECIAL  SALE  OF  MENS  30  SILK  SHIRTS 


Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  8 


5S/i6  lbs.,  $3.75 


54  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  8 


6'Ab  lbs.,  $4.25 


PiATE  GROyNDS  63  K[[P  OU 


60  Point  Gothic  Compressed  Title  No.  8 

DOLlJlR  47 


4H  lbs.,  $2.90 


BARISIHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 

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SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


NA/IDI 


ININ" 


CSCDXHIC?    NCZ>.    S20 


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


21  A         6  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  5201      K  lb.,  $1.00 

COIWIR'CaF^T      OR-      A      M  E  A  C3  AC=  H4  E 

AT-rENC3EC3       WITM       /^      F^  E  V=- F^  E  ^  IH  I  N  C3      ^  I.  E  E  l» 

MAKE^      THE      f=AIIM      l_  E  ^  ^      ^  E  V  E  r=C  E 


16  A  6  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  5203     %  lb.,  $1.00 

BIGi    FI_0\A^EF^    GiA.IRC3EN 

F^CSSES     CJARNAXIONS     F=A.NSIES 

VIOL-ETS   SS    WATEF=t    l_ll_IES 


13  A        8  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  520     1%  lbs.,  $1.25 

1_E\A/I©   AND   C^LAFRK 
SAINT     i_C=>UI@    ©2    F-AIR 


18A         6  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  5202      K  lb., $1.00 
iviAp»i>'    c; M 1 1_ C3 i=R E N    vv/e:f=^£    f^e^c;ljec3 

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14  A         6  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  5204      H  lb.,  $1.00 

RASSENGiEf=t     SXATIOM 

RUBLIC    REC5ERXION    ROOIVIS 

FREISHX    45    TRAINS    RUN 

11  A     10  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  520     1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

BAT-rL_ESHIF=> 
rsJAVX    ©2     XAFRDS 


12  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  520 


riinie:  baisiqu 

GiCDVElRIVJOFR©     2S 


TABL- 


2'/f'6  lbs.,  $1.50 


ION 


7A 


16  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  520 


2%  lbs.,  $1.75 


RANOV  OROOERI 
OROOKERY     ©    STORE© 


7A 


18  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  520 


3%  lbs.,  $2.05 


inexpensive: 

CORRER  e  ©RAOE© 


24  Point  Wide  Lining  Gothic  No.  520 


4ji  lbs.,  $2.70 


MISSIONARY 
HOME  4  WORK 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


WEST  LINING 


GOTHIC   SERIES 


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


43  A  6  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  532      %  lb.,  $1.00 

DONT    EVER    DO    TODAY    WHAT    CAN    BE    PUT    OFF    UNTIL 

TOMORROW   IS    A    POOR    MOTTO    FOR  A    PERSON    TO    FOLLOW  IF    THEY  EVER 

EXPECT    TO   BECOME    SUCCESSFUL    BUSINESS    MEN    OR    WOMEN 

I2345ST890 

25  A  6  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  534       H  lb.,  $1.00 

MERCHANTS  THIRD  NATIONAL  BANK 

ROYAL  TRUST  AND  LOAN  ASSOCIATION  BUILDING 

PHOENIX  NATIONAL  35  FOREIGN  SOCIETY 


31  A  6  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  533       K  lb.,  $1.00 

GRAND  JOURNEY  THROUGH  THE  CHINESE  EMPIRE 

RETAIL  DEALER   IN   ENGLISH   FRENCH   AND  GERMAN  GOODS 

AMERICAN  PUBLISHERS   PROTECTIVE  ASSOCIATIONS 

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21  A  6  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  535       ?{  lb.,  $1.00 

ELEVATED  RAILROAD  STATIONS 

BROOKLYN  BRIDGE  TRANSIT  COMPANIES 

OVERHEAD  TROLLEY  3  INTRODUCED 


12  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  536 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


SHORT  VACATION  TRIPS  THROUGH  WISCONSIN 

FINE   HUNTING  AND   FISHING  AT  OUR    POPULAR   SUMMER   RESORTS 

BOATS   FISHJNG  TACKLE  AND  49  BAIT  FURNISHED   FREE 


12  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  537 


2  lbs.,  $1.50  »- 


ELEGANT  SAMPLES  OF  BUSINESS  CARDS 

FOURTH  NATIONAL  EXCHANGE  BANK  OF  NEW  BRADFORD 

BOARD  OF  TRADE  CLERKS  35  SURPRISE  PARTIES 


ISA 


12  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  538 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


CELEBRATED  LITERARY  CHARACTERS 

PERSONAL  SKETCHES  OF  DISTINGUISHED  WOMEN 

SELECTION  OF  86  INTERESTING  READING 


12  A 


18  Point  West  Lining  Gothic  No.  539 


33/4  lbs.,  $2.10 


NATURAL  HISTORY  STUDENT 

REHEARSE  THE  MUSICAL  PROGRAMS 

SOPRANO  AND  3  TENOR  SINGERS 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


238 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LIGHTFACE 


GOTHIC  NO. 45 


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


29  A        6  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45        H  lb.,  $1.00 

ENGLISH  AND  AMERICAN  YACHT  RACE 

CONTEST  FOR  THE  CUP  WHICH  AMERICA  NOW  HOLDS 

ANNOUNCED  TO  COME  OFF  NEAR  STATE  ISLAND 

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23  A     12  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45     2'/i6  lbs.,  $1.50 

MOUNTAIN  RAILROADS 

SHORT  ROUTES  FINE  SCENERY 

SPECIAL  78  TOURISTS  CARS 


30  A         8  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45     I5i  lbs.,  $1.25 

EXCLUSIVE   MANUFACTURERS 

EXPENSIVE   MARBLE  COVERED  TABLES  CHAIRS 

STANDS  AND   FINE   MAHOGANY  DESKS 

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28  A        10  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

,  BANDMEN  CELEBRATING 
ELEVEN    HUNDRED   UNIFORMED   MEN 
PARADE  34  PRINCIPAL  STREETS 


21  A 


14  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45 


2%  lbs.,  $1.75 


THE  UNITED  STATES  GRAIN  INSPECTORS  REPORT 

THE  POSSIBILITY  OF  GREAT  WHEAT  YIELD  FOR  THIS  SEASON 

WESTERN  ELEVATORS  ENLARGING  375  THEIR  CAPACITY 


16  A 


18  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45 


S'/ti  lbs.,  $2.00 


■    NOTED  MICHIGAN  SUMMER  RESORTS 
FINE  TABLE  SERVICE  389  DELIGHTFUL  GROUNDS 


13  A 


20  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45 


3%  lbs.,  $2.25 


COMMERCIAL  BANKING  HOUSE 
CAPITAL  STOCK  45  THOUSAND  DOLLARS 


llA 


24  Point  Lightface  Gothic  No.  45 


3%  lbs.,  $2.50 


DEER  HUNTING  SEASON  ■ 
HUNTERS  AFTER  86  WILD  GAME 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


SLOPE  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  50 


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


34  A  6  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  501      Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

YOU  ARE  CORDIALLY  INVITED  TO  OUR  SOCIETY 

COMPLIMENTARY   TICKETS  ADMITTING   GENTLEMAN  AND  LADIES 

THERE  WILL  BE  GAMES  MUSIC  AND  LIGHT  REFRESHMENTS 

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28  A  6  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  503      H  lb.,  $1.00 

WHEAT  HARVESTING  IN  MANITOBA 

SIXTY   FIVE   ABLE   BODIED    YOUNG    MEN    WANTED 

FOR  THE  MONTH  OF  543  JULY  AND  AUGUST 

18  A  6  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  505     ^  lb.,  $1.00 

WILD  FLOWERS  OF  AMERICA 

DECORATING  FIELDS  AND  FORESTS 

GRADUALLY  243  FADE  AND  DIE 


28  A  6  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  502      %  lb.,  $1.00 

OUR   MAMMOTH   SUMMER   CLEARANCE   SALE 

ENTIRE  STOCK  AT  SIXTYFIVE  CENTS   ON   THE   DOLLAR 

STORE  OPEN   UNTIL   SIX  EVERY  FRIDAY   EVENING 

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23  A  6  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  504     K  lb.,  $1.00 

GRAND  EXHIBITION  OF  STATUARY 

SHORT  LECTURES  DELIVERED  BY  ARTISTS 

ANCIENT  AND  467  MODERN  PAINTERS 


21 A 


12  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  506     2  lbs.,  $1.50 


STEAM  LAUNCH  TO  RENT 

ROW  BOATS  MADE  TO  ORDER 

SAILORS  325  RELIEF  HOUSE 


17  A 


12  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  507 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


RETAIL  DENTAL  LABORATORY  SUPPLIES 

FIRST   CLASS  BRIDGE  AND  PLATE  MAKERS  WANTED 

MUST  BE  QUICK  AND  639  COMPETENT  WORKMEN 


ISA 


12  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  508 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


RAILROAD  BRIDGE  CONSTRUCTORS 

CABOOSE  COACHES  AND  FLAT  CAR  MAKERS 

FACTORY  EIGHT  45  EVERGREEN  STREET 


18  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  50 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


FIVE  THOUSAND  MEN 
PINE  RIDGE  36  EMPLOYEES 


6A 


24  Point  Slope  Gothic  No.  50 


^y&  lbs.,  $2.65 


ORGAN  RECITAL 
MONDAY  87  EVENING 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


INCLINED 


GOTHIC  NO.  120 


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


26  A         6  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  1201      K  lb.,  $1.00 

GREAT  MANUFACTURING   CENTER  AT 

WESTERN    TERMINUS    NUMEROUS    RAILROAD    LINES 

1Z34-S6r890 

21  A         6  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  1203      K  lb.,  $1.00 

DIAMOND  MINING  COUNTRIES 

POPULATION  SEVEN  9  HUNDRED  MILLION 


25  A  6  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  1202      }i  lb.,  $1.00 

THIRTY  MODERN  HOTELS  HAVE 
PUBLIC    RECEPTION    ROOMS    FOR    GENTLEMEN 
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19  A  6  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  1204      H  lb.,  $1.00 

MAGNIFICENT  DECORATIONS 

FINE  GALLERIES  28  AND  COLLEGES 


18A  8  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  120  iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

PASSENGER  STATION  BUREAU  OF  INFORMATION  AND 
DEPARTMENT  OF   TRANSPORTATION    46    OFFICE   OF  PRESIDENT 

17  A  10  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  120  IK  lbs.,  $1.40 

EMPLOYERS  ARE  ADVANCING  THEIR  MEN 
AS  FAST  AS  BUSINESS  WILL  39   PERMIT  THE  RAISE 


12  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  120 


2'/f6  lbs.,  $1.50 


LENINGTON  GRAIN  INSPECTORS 
EIGHT   GREAT  PRINTING   75   CONCERNS 


10  A 


16  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  120 


2%  lbs.,  $1.90 


LARGE  BANKING  HOUSE 
WEST  DRUMMOND  8  SENTINEL 


18  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  120 


3K  lbs.,  $2.10 


ROOMS  FOR  RENT  IN 
NEW  STONE  5  BUILDINGS 


24  Point  Inclined  Gothic  No.  120 


4'/i6  lbs.,  $2.60 


GOLD  FIELDS 
DISTR/CT  4  NORTH 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  UTILITY  GOTHIC 


NOS.  2,  3,  12,  13  AND  14 


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


50  A      6  Point  Lining  Utility  Gothic  No.  14        %  lb.,  $1.00 

OUR  UTILITY  SERIES  SHOULD  BE  IN   EVERY   PRINTING  OFFICE  IN 

THE    WORLD   AS  ANY  GOOD  PRINTER  WILL  READILY  APPRECIATE  THE    MULTIPLICITY  OF 

ADVANTAGES  IT  HAS  WHERE  NEAT  EFFECTS  ARE  SOUGHT  IT  CAN   BE  USED  IN 

1294S67S90 


41  A      6  Point  Lining  Utility  Gothic  No.  13        W6  lb.,  $1.00 

COMBINATIONS  WHICH  MAKES  IT  NOT  ONLY  USEFUL  BUT  ONE 

OF  THE  MOST  ATTRACTIVE    SERIES    EVER    MADE  THE   COST    IS   SO    SMALL 

THAT  IT  IS  WITHIN  THE  REACH  OF  EVERYONE  AND  WE  ARE  SURE 

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29  A  6  Point  Lining  Utility  Gothic  No.  12  %  lb.,  $1.00 

THAT  NO  PRINTER  CAN  INVEST  THE  SAME  SUM  OF  MONEY 

FOR  ANY  OTHER  LETTER  FROM  WHICH  HE  CAN  DERIVE  AS  MUCH  USE  AS  HE  CAN 

FROM  THIS  GOTHIC  MADE  FROM  645  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  METAL 


37  A      6  Point  Lining  Utility  Gothic  No.  3  %  lb.,  $1.00 

SUPERIORITY  OF  OUR  TYPE  IS  NOT  FULLY  REALIZED 

UNTIL  COMPARED  WITH  OTHER  MAKES  AND    THAT  IS  THE  REASON 

OUR  TYPE  IS  BECOMING  MORE  POPULAR  EVERY  SEASON 

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31  A      6  Point  Lining  Utility  Gothic  No.  2  %  lb.,  $1.00 

EXPERIENCE  HAS  TAUGHT  THE  PRINTERS  THAT 

OUR  COPPER  MIXED   WILL  STAND   THE  WEAR  AND  IS  THE 

MOST  DURABLE  TYPE  MADE  IN  ANY  KNOWN  COUNTRY 

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DEGREE  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  2 


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


33A65a  Pearl  on  6  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  2  l%lbs.,$2.00 

THE  ADVANTAGES  OF  HAVl}tG  A  FOUNTAIN  ATTACHED 

To  a  Job  Press  Are  So  Many  and  So   Valuable   That  It  Is  Surprising 

the  Number  of  Presses  There  Are  Without  This  Valuable  Adjunct 

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24  A  48  a  8  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  2     2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

POPULAR  TINTS  USED  IN  JOB  PRINTING 

For  the  Instruction  of  Beginners  at  Press   Work 

Take  the  Best  Possible  67  Care  of  Your  Type 


30A58a  6  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  2     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THERE  IS  A  WIDE  SPREAD  BELIEF  THAT  TYPOGRAPHY 

Was  In  Each  and  Euery  Detail  A  Purelu  Original  Inuention 

More  Than  Thirteen  Years  of  Secret  Experimenting  Done 

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22  A  42  a  10  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  2     S%  lbs.,  $2.50 

GRAY  IS  PRODUCED  BY  MIXING 

White  with  Black  Varied  by  the  Use  of  Blue 

White  and  Green  58  Make  A  Nice  Tint 


12  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  2 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


PRINTERS  THAT  ARE  WANTED  AROUND  AN  OFFICE  ARE 

Men  who  haue  Correct  and  Careful  Habits  of  Thought  and  who  are  Possessed 

With  a  Mental  Determination  to  36  do  Everything  That  is  Right 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


233 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


DEGREE  GOTHIC    C^^^^    NUMBER  ONE 


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


24A  50a      8  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  1     2Klbs.,$2.2S 

COMEDIANS  ENTERTAINING  AUDIENCE 

\ Popular  Music  and  Clever  Buck  and  Wing  Dancing 

Thursday  Evening  and  Saturday  Afternoons 

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22  A  46a    10  Point  .Degree  Gothic  No.  1     3^6  lbs.,  $2.50 

WESTERN  ATHLETIC  MEETING 

President  Secretary  and  Treasurer  Elected 

Running  Races  Baseball  and  Football 

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2  A  40  a  12  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  1  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MAUD  MULLER  ON  A  SUMMERS  DAY  MOUNTED  HER  WHEEL 

And  Rode  Away  But  When  She  Looked  to  the  Far  off  Town  Her  Hopes  Went  up  and  Her 
Feet  Went  Down  and  Her  Speed  9386  Increased  until  the  Wheel  Broke 


15  A  29  a  16  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  1  4%  lbs.,  $3.00 

MINNESOTA  STREET  RAILROAD  COMPANIES 

Numerous  Proposed  Street  Railway  Companies  Demanding  Franchise 

International  Switchmen  328  Protective  Association  Meet 


10  A  20  a   '  20  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  1  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

NORTHERN  PASSENGERS  PROTECTIVE 

Association  Capital  Twenty  Hundred  Thousand  Dollars 

Chicago  Elevated  and  235  Electric  Railroads 

7  A  13  a  24  Point  Degree  Gothic  No.  1  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

LEATHER  COHERED  CHAIR 

Rockers  Exhibited  in  Exposition  Building 
Black  Walnut  85  Kitchen  Chairs 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  233  QUALITY  AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  OBLIQUE 


GOTHIC  SERIES 


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


18  A  35  a        6  Point  Lining  Oblique  Gothic      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

PROFESSIONAL  BOLF  PLAYERS 

Campete    far   PriZBB    at    Tacoma    Waahlng'tan 

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14  A  27  a       10  Point  Lining  Oblique  Gothic    3^6  lbs.,  $2.50 

TWIN  SCREW  BOAT 
Chicago  and  B5  Ne\A/    York 


16  A  31  a         8  Point  Lining  Oblique  Gothic      2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

CROWDS  FROM  ELGIN 

Attend  Boat  Races  at  Lake  Pnospeot 

123-^507090 

12  A  20  a       14  Point  Lining  Oblique  Gothic      Wa,  lbs.,  $3.00 

SHERIDAN  PARK 
Hunting  and  25  Rishing; 


20  Point  Lining  Oblique  Gothic 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


CHICAGO  TENNIS  CLUB 
National  Championship  B  Gamos 


30  Point  Lining  Oblique  Gothic 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


SUMMER  RESORT 
SpBcial  Rates  B  Ron  Mau 


t    JERRERSON 


m 


RBapectfully  requBsts  your  presencB 
at  his  annual  display  of 

Art  i-otoRraphs 

Satundau  Ewenin^j  Januaru 
txAjentu-sixthj    nineteen    hun- 
dred and  eightj  Sewen  p,  m, 

32B  Posing  Avenue                                                   Lindhurst  Building 

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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CIRCULAR  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  44 


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


{25  A  51  a        6  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

HARDVILLE  MACHINERY  COMPANY 

[Manufacturers  of  Heavy  Farming  Machinery  and  Wholesale 

Dealers  in  Hardware  Tinware  and  Fancy  Cutlery 

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24  A  49a        8  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44      2}i  lbs.,  $2.25 
SEVENTEEN  COUNTERFEITERS 

Arrested   by  United  States  Secret  Service  Officers 

Many  Convicts  Recently  Released  Involved 

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10  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 


3 '.4  lbs.,  $2.50 


BATTLE  OF  SANTIAGO  FOLLOWED   BY  SURRENDER  OF  THE 

[Spanish  Troops  at  Havana  and   Manila  Ended  the  Brief  War  Between  America  and  Spain  Giving 

Freedonn  to  Several  Million  People  and  923  Making  Our  Country  a  World   Power 


12  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


GREAT  FRUIT  INDUSTRY  OF  SOUTHERN   CALIFORNIA 

[Eighteen  Hundred  Car  Loads  of  Apples  Pears  Oranges  Plums  Lemons  and  Raisins 

Green  and  Evaporated  Fruit  Sold  375  and  Shipped  to  Eastern  Markets 


18  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


MARVELOUS  MODERN  INVENTIONS 

Electric  Lights  Trolley  Oars  Phonographs  Ocean  Oables 

Wireless  Telegraphy  649  and  the  Automobile 


7A  13a 


24  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


OPERA  HOUSE  BURNED 

London  and  Manchester  Fire  Patrols 

Insurance  Policies  28  Disappear 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


235 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  60 


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


28  A  55  a    6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

EIGHTEEN  HOMELY  GOSSIPING  OLD  WOMEN 

Continually  Creating  Scandalizing  Stories  About  The  Young  F/len 

When  Ever  You  Speak  of  Any  One  Speak  Well  or  Not  at  All 

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26  A  50  a     8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60     2K  lbs.,  $2.2S 

THE  RETURNING  OF  THE  SOLDIERS 

Several    Interesting  Stories  Told  of  The  Encounters 

Many  Bloody  Scenes  Reproduced  on  Canvas 

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24  A  49  a  10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60  S'/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 

DEMONSTRATIONS  HONORING  GREAT  HEROES  OF  OUR  NATION 

Many  Children  are  Named  in  Honor  of  the  Greatest  Naval   Conqueror  the  World   Has  Ever  Known 

Captured  Gunboats  are  Returned  Sailors  645  Paroled  and  Prisoners  of  War  Exchanged 


12  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKING  EMPORIUM  ESTABLISHED 

Handsome  Presents  to  Every  Customer  Great  Bargains  in  Elegant  New  Spring  Waists 

Clearance  Sale  of  Fine  Hosiery  632  Public  Has  Opportunity  to  Attend 


12  A  24  a 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60 


4% .lbs.,  $3.25 


STYLISH  NECKWEAR  AND  FANCY  HOSIERY 
Complete  Satisfaction  Ladies  932  Tailor  Made  Garments 


7A  12a 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


WESTERN  NOVELTY  FIRM 
Genuine  Hungarian  98  Champagnes 


4A  7a 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60 


6Vl6  lbs.,  $4.00 


COUNTRY  BUTTER 
Fancy  Lot  84  Very  Choice 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


is^l&^ 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^ffl^s    NUMBER  60 


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


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60  6%  lbs.,  $4.35 


CLEAR  STREAMS 
Picturesque  3  Scenes 


48  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60  10%  lbs.,  $6.60 


REFRESHING 
Ocean  5  Bathing 


60  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60  13?^  lbs.,  $8.30 


MOUNTAIN 
Highest  2  Peak 


3  A  4  a  72  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  60  IS^fi  lbs.,  $8.85 

GOLDEN 
Gates  8  Open 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  237  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  60 


SMITH  8i  JONES 

845-851  WEST  THIRTY-EIGHTH  STREET 


Elegant  China,  Rich  Cut  Glass, 

Lamps,  Clocks,  Art  and 

Japanese  Wares 

An  intensely  interesting  group  of  sterling  and  unusual  values,  that  are  especially 
attractive  now,  at  the  very  height  of  the  wedding  gift  season. 

Appropriate  for  Wedding  Gifts 

and  also  extrenaely  desirable  for  those  who  are  refurnishing  the  city  or  country  home. 
Every  item  we  list  shows  a  price  of  splendid  saving. 


Rare  Opportunities  Offered  in 
Open  Stock  Patterns 

During  this  timely  sale  we  shall  offer  complete  54-piece  dinner  sets  (ample  for  six  people) 
from  any  of  our  open  stock  patterns  in  fine  English  semi-porcelain,  at  a  saving  of  great  import- 
ance. The  offering  is  made  with  the  idea  of  interesting  those  who  may  desire  a  small  set  for 
the  summer  home  and  also  to  induce  many  who  may  not  care  to  purchase  a  complete  set  at  once 
to  secure  a  splendid  start  in  some  one  of  our  many  attractive  patterns  to  which  additions  can  be 
made  from  time  to  time  as  their  needs  require.  This  is  the  great  advantage  of  making  your 
initial  purchase  from  an  "open  stock"  pattern. 
6  dinner  plates 
6  tea  plates 
6  coupe  soups 
6  fruit  saucers 


6  individual 

butters 
6  tea  cups 

and  saucers 
1  meat  platter 


1  covered 

vegetable  dish 
1  open 

vegetable  dish 
1  gravy  boat 
1  covered    butter 
1  sugar  bowl 
1  creamer 
1  pickle  dish 


Set  of  Fifty-four  Pieces— $5.00 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


238 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^ 


NUMBER  82 


DOESKIN 

Shoes  for  Girls 


VOGUE     ORNAMENT    NO.    246        $1.00 


The  Best  $1.75  Shoes 
in  the  World 


VOGUE   ORNAMENT   NO.    219        350 


Sold   in  the  United  States  and  Canada 

Exclusively  by 

UPPERS  A  COMPANY 

CHESTNUT  STREET  AND  RAWHIDE  AVENUE 

Cobbleville 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  82 


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


17  A  35  a        6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82       1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

EASTERN  COMMERCIAL  CLUB 

Seventh  Annual  Picnic  and  Ball  Belne  Held 

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12  A  26  a        12  Point  Lining  Gothfe  No.  82      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

GALLANT  KNIGHT 
Brave  on  9  the  Battlefield 


18A  38  a         8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82  2%  lbs.,$2.25 

SOUTH  AMERICAN   PROGRESS 

imoiense  Forests  of  Superior  Mahog-any 

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16  A  32  a        10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82      3'/i'6  lbs.,  $2.50 

GRAND  OPERA  STAR 
Reached  a  Stage  4  of  Perfection 


12  A  21a 


14  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82 


4K  lbs.,  $3.00 


SUPERIORITY  OF  MODERN  MUSICIANS 
Celebrated  People  657  Reading  Classical  Music 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


TRUCKING  AND  FARMING 
Pickles  Onions  65  Corn  and  Wheat 


5A  9a 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82 


5%  lbs.,  $3.60 


LARGE  POWER  HOUSE 
Great  Engine  5  and  Dynanno 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82 


7  lbs.,  $4.35 


THREE  EDITIONS 
Morning  56  Noon  Night 


3A5a 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82 


85/6  lbs.,  $5.20 


CRANBERRY 
Banana  8  Oranges 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


240 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^^^    NUMBER  82 


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


3  A  5  a  48  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82  13^6  lbs.,  $7.95 

HISTORIES 
Night  3  Edition 


60  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  82  .  17%  lbs.,  $10.75 


BUSTED 
Sand  6  Bag 


Sandy  Beach  Hotel 

(AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN   PLAN) 

The  Best  Hotel  on  the  Lakes 

Its  beautiful  shrubs  and  flower 
bedSj  lawns  and  grounds,  its 
tennis  courts  and  sand  beach 
are  a  joy  these  sumnner  days. 


For  beautiful   Illustrated  maeazlne 
end  all  Informatlonj  addressj  the  General  Manaeer 

COMBINATION   BORDER    NO.    117 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  241  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  90 


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


22  A  43  a  6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THERE  IS  A  GREAT  DIFFERENCE  IN 

Type  Metal  Greater  Than  the   Average   Printer  Has 

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17  A  33  a         10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90      SMi  lbs.,  $2.50 

SUPERIOR  COPPER  MIXED 
The  very  Best  Type  26  for  Wearing 

7A13a  20  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90       4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

TYPE  MUST 


20  A  38  a  8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90       2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

LIGHT  AND  TOUGH  METAL 

The  Most  Desirable  Quality  is  Toughness) 

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15  A  28  a  12  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90     3%  lbs.,  $2.75| 

LETTERS  SHOULD 
Always  go  95  as  First  Olassj 

9A  17a  18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90      4%  lbs.,  $3.25^ 

LARGE  STOCK 


Fine  49  Finislied        Repairing  68  OFieap 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90 


5^  lbs.,  $3.65 


COME  RAMBLE  THROUGH 
Years  of  Art  in  3  French  Furniture 


5A9a 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90 


TVs  lbs.,  $4.45 


TARRY  AMONG  THE 
Odd  Designs  2  in  Furniture 


3A6a 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90 


8/8  lbs.,  $5.00 


REMAIN  IN  THE 
Shade  47  Old  Dutch 


Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  90 


UK  lbs.,  $7.60 


FURNITURE 
Ancient  6  Design 


BARNHART  BROS.   &  SPINDLER'S 


242 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^m^    NUMBER  90 


THE  CLOTHES  SHOP 

Holderness  System  Clothes  -  Carter's  Furnishings 


Neckwear 


During  the  coming  month  we  will  offer  a  lot  of 
Silk  and  Washable  Ties  and  Scarfs  in  popular  color 
combinations  and  styles  at  Greatly  Reduced  Prices, 

$2  values  95c 

The  goods  are  above  reproach  and  the  only  reason 
for  reduction  is  to  help  a  local  maker  who  is  "long." 
Take  the  tip  now  as  we  shall  not  advertise  it  again. 

Silk  and  Lisle  Hosiery  Offerings 

Broken  lines  and  odd  sizes,  best  imported  stock 
in  black  and  fancy  colors,  $2  and  $3  values  at  $1.25 
Popular  Grays  and  Mixtures,  Plain  Black  Lisle,  25c 


3805  CHADWICK  STREET 


POINT-LIIME,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  243  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  71 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  paife  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I^ine. 


20  A  41a    6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71    I'/fi  lbs.,  $2.00 

MANY  AMERICANS  ARE  DRIFTING 

Further  Northward  Into  The  Dominion  of  Canada 

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16  A  33  a    10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71  3%,  lbs.,  $2.50 

PHILIPPINO  INSURGENTS 
Are  Constantly  879  Surrendering 

8  A  15  a 


19  A  40  a     8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71      2}i  lbs.,  $2.25 

THE  MACCABEE  REGIMENTS 

Showing  Much  Bravery  On  The  Firing  Line 

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15  A  29  a    12  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

FOREIGN  PEOPLE 
Many  Apply  8  for  Admission 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

AUSTRALIAN  IMI\/IIGRATION 
Colony  Ready  to  298  Start  Immediately 


5  A  10  a 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71 


5%  lbs.,  $3.65 


AMERICAN  STEAMERS 
Supply  Many  63  Foreign  Ports 


4A  8a 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71 


6%  lbs.,  $4.30 


RUSSIAN  PEOPLE 
Struggling  47  for  Liberty 


3A  6a 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71 


8%  lbs.,  $5.25 


PETERSBURGH 
Fighting  5  Rebellions 


48  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  71 


135X6  lbs.,  $8.00 


FIRES  8  Burning 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


244 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  71 


Hats 

KNOCKS,  SOMBREROS 

AND  PANAMAS 

SPECIAL  STRAWS 

$3 

Square  Hatters 

364  Everly  Road 


THE  CENTRAL 

BANK 

OF  MELTOWN 


CAPITAI $125,000 


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The  Greatest  of  Household  Econimizers 


STEEL  RANGES 

NOTHING  on  the  market  can  compare 
with  these  stoves  in  cutting  down  the 
expense  of  your  kitchen.  Maximum  of  heat 
from  any  grade  of  coal  and  perfect  control 
by  improved  dampers  are  salient  features. 
Sizes  to  meet  all  requirements.  $5  to  $95 

LION-HARDWARE-SHOP 

JACKSON  &  AMES,  Proprietors 

Crampton  City,  Nebraska 


COMBINATfbN   BORDER   NOS.    116   AND   117,  WITH   CORNERS  NO.    1163,    1164,    1165  AND    1166 


POINT-LINE.  POINT~SET,  POINT-BODY 


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QUALITY  AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


ITALIC  SERIES 


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


ISA  30a        5  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic        1  lb.,  $2.00 

MAND80MB  SUMHICR  LAWNS 

Kept  In  Good  Ord0r  are  Pleasing  to  the  Passers  by 

And  Great  Comfort  to  the  Property  Owner 


16A  28a    8  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic     2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

SUPERIOR  QUALITY 

Our  Lining  Types  on  Point  System 
Labor  Saving  to  75  Printers 


16 A  31a    6  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

GOVERNMENT  OWNERSHIP 

Is  Advoeated  by  Many  Men  as  a  Solution 

Of  the  Rending  Financial  Questions 

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13  A  28  a    10  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic   3 Mi  lbs.,  $2.50 

VICTOR  SARDOU 

Composed  Many  Very  Good 

Interesting  58  Stories 


12  A  23  a 


12  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


MEXICAN  AND  CIVIL  WAR  VETERANS 

Held  a  Grand  Reunion  at  Central  Music  Hall  New  York 

There  Being  Many  24  Noted  Generals  Present 

lOA  17a  •  14  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

DISCOVERIES  AND  INVENTIONS 

Since  the  Commencement  of  the  Eighteenth 

Century  Many  32  Improvements  Made 


18  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic 


4'5i6  lbs.,  $3.25 


TWO   THOUSAND  MEN 

Employed  at  State  Golf  Grounds 

Completed  84  Immediately 


5A9a 


24  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic 


iVi  lbs.,  $3.65 


INDES  TRUC  TIBLE 

Fine  Rain  Coats  and  Ulsters 

Fall  and  5  Winter  Style 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


246 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  GOTHIC  c^^^  ITALIC  SERIES 


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


lA  6a  30  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


Bull  Run  Shenandoah 
Missionary  3  Ridge 

3  A  4a  36  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  8%  lbs.,  $5.40 

DANGEROUS 
Young  8  Elephant 

3A  4a  42  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  1154  lbs.,  $6.80 

DOMESTIC 
Servant  9  Duty 


48  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  13^  lbs.,  $7.95 


COLONIZE 
Ne^v  4  County 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  247  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC  ^^^^  ITALIC  SERIES 


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


3  A  3a  54  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  16^  Ib^.,  $9.70 

TROUBLE 

Pay  6  Police 


3  A  4a  60  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  20%  lbs.,  $12.45 

ASTUTE 
Little  4  Boy 

3  A  3a  72  Point  Modern  Gothic  Italic  24^6  lbs.,  $14.00 

SHOES 
Red  8  Top 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  248  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


ITALIC  SERIES 


^23  silk-lined  suits 
reduced  to  ^14-^^ 


2450  of  them — the  originals  from 
which  the  best  houses  ordered  their 
swell  $24.50  silk-lined  suits,  des- 
tined by  the  favor  of  fashion  to  be 
very  popular  this  coming  spring. 
Some  are  our  exclusive  designs  and 
if  you  neglect  to  buy  now  you'll  find 
that  these  identical  styles  will  cost 
you  $23.50  later  on  in  the  season. 

923  sllk-llned  suits  91  ^.7 S— 

A  large  collection  of  manufacturers  sam- 
ples and  some  of  our  own  sample  suits. 

Made  of  the  finest 

^t^  ^m       ^m  .^  Quality  cheviot— all 

jS  ^B  ^^U  ^  blouse  style.  Work- 

^r     K  ^■■f  "^  manship   the    best, 

tm   ^^^m    ^  colors  in  blue  and 

black — all  sizes — 
entire  suit  over  taffeta  s;7/f— a  $23.50  suit 
for  91 4.7  a 


The  only  reason  that  we  can  quote 
so  low  a  price  is  that  they  are  sam- 
ples, the  maker  taking  the  loss — the 
materials  are  the  finest — consider 
what  a  suit  of  like  style  character 
would  cost  you  if  you  bought  the 
materials  and  had  it  made. 

New  Spring  Suits— Pretty  effects, 
latest  styles,  collarless  effects,  etc.,  all  the 
latest  colors  and  newest  materials — light- 
weight cheviots,  Venetians,  broadcloths, 
etc.,  strictly  man- 
tailored,  elegantly 
made  over  the  finest 
taffeta  silk  trimmed 
with  silk  band  and 
buttons.  Special  in- 
troductory prices  9^9  and  93S. 

Special  bargains  on  all  v^lnter 
suits  910.00  and 912.00 


A  remarkable  sale 

of  ^A^omen's  kid  gloves, 

$1.15,  $1.25  and  $1.35  qualities  for  79c  a  pair. 

That  practically  tells  the  story,  yet  when  you  see  the  gloves  you  will  agree  that  they  are 
wonderful  bargains.  It's  not  a  sale  of  "seconds"  or  broken  lines,  but  the  result  of  an  important 
purchase  of  nearly  six  thousand  pairs  at  a  special  price  concession. 

Women's  street  kid  gloves,  pique  sewn,  with  correct  embroidered  backs,  one 
pearl  and  two  metal  clasp  wrists.    They  are  approv- 


^9  ^%  ^^  ed  London  street  styles  and  come  in  the  popular  and 

M   %7  W 


79g 


'  fashionable  shades  of  tan,  brown,  gray,  and  black. 

It's  a  glove  opportunity  that  seldom  occurs  and  it  will 

be  a  good  investment  to  buy  half  dozen  and  dozen  lots  at  the  price— 79c  a  pair. 

Economy  Basement — Here  you'll  find  in  progress  in  our  newly  appointed  glove  section 
the  greatest  half-price  sale  of  gloves  at  SOc  ever  held  in  Chicago — men's  and  women's  g^f\^^ 
gloves  at  half  price— pair,  OCrO 

Extra  salespeople  have  been  employed  for  this  extraordinary  event. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


249 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


MODERN 


GOTHIC 


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


19  A  38  a  5  Point  Modern  Gothic  1  lb.,  $2.00 

CLASSICAL  MUSIC  FOR  THE  EDUCATED  EAR 

Failure  to  Render  Appreciative  Music  Attributed  to  the  Lack 

Of  Inatruetion  Directors  Have  had  in  Instrumentation 

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18  A  36a  8  Point  Modern  Gothic         2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

PRESENT  TIME  INSTRUMENTS 

Fail  To  Resemble  Those  Used  Years  Ago 

During  tlie  Reign  of  Charlemagne 

ISA  28a        10  Point  Modern  Gothic         3'/f'6  lbs.,  $2.50 

MUSIC  HATH  CHARMS 
Soothe  the  75  Savage  Beast 


20  A  41  a  6  Point  Modern  Gothic j,       I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

EVERY  HEART  BEATS  TRUE  TO  THE 

Red  White  And  Blue  When  The  Band  Plays  Our 

National  Song  The  Old  Star  Spangled  Banner 

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16  A  33  a         9  Point  Modern  Gothic  2K  lbs.,  $2.50 

MUSICAL  JOURNALS 

Articles  on  the  Origin  of  IVIusic 

Advancement  89  IVIade  Yearly 

13  A  26  a  12  Point  Modern  Gothic        3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MANDOLIN  CLUBS 
Recital  at  48  Sparks  Park 


14  Point  Modern  Gothic 


A%  lbs.,  $3.00 


FREE  CONCERT  AT  LINCOLN  PARK 
Classical  Music  Saturday  53  Special  Programme 


8A  14a 


18  Point  Modern  Gothic 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


WASHINGTON  MARINE  BAND 
Baritones  Bugles  48  Cornets  Clarinets 


5  A  10  a 


24  Point  Modern  Gothic 


5^8  lbs.,  $3.60 


EXPENSIVE  PURCHASE 
American  Talking  29  Machines 


4A  7a 


30  Point  Modern  Gothic 


lbs.,  $4.25 


RETAIL  GROCERY 
Staple  and  3  Fancy  Stock 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIISIDLER'S 


250 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN    c^^^    GOTHIC 


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


3  A  6a  36  Point  Modern  Gothic  8^4  lbs.,  $5.20 

PANTOGRAPHS 
porting  2  Microbes 


42  Point  Modern  Gothic  10%  lbs.,  $6.40 


FIRST  DAILY 
Hourly  7  Editions 


48  Point  Modern  Gothic  12%  lbs.,  $7.70 


ESTABLISH 
Rainy  5  Season 


54  Point  Modern  Gothic  ISH  lbs.,  $9.20 


BANKER 

Pony  6  Show 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  251  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MODERN    c^^K^    GOTHIC 


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


3  A  4a  60  Point  Modern  Gothic  20J^  lbs.,  $12.2S 

MANNER 
Polite  2  Girl 

3  A  3  a  72  Point  Modern  Gothic  22%  lbs.,  $13.35 

DRINKS 
Hot  8  Rye 

3  A  3a  96  Point  Modern  Gothic  36%  lbs.,  $19.15 


Chips 

BARNHART  BROS.  &.  SPINDLER'S  252  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


GOTHIC 

«ISI 


THREE  TRAINS  DAILY  VIA 


I    OMAHA 

^  AND 

SEATTLE 

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Leaves  Chicago  at  8:00  a.  m.,  5:30  p.  m.,  9.  30  p. 

THE 

G     PACIFIC    COAST 
I     ELECTSic  LIMITED 


ELECTRIC     ^IIVII    I    EU     '-'QHTEP 

LEAVES  CHICAGO  5:30  P.  M.  DAILY 

PROVIDED  FOR  THE  DISCRIMINATING  TRAVELER 
THE  BEST  OF  EVERYTHING 


The  service  on  this  superb  train  is  interestingly  described 
in  a  new  booklet,  copy  of  which  can  be  had  free  on  applica- 
tion by  any  person  contemplating  a  trip  to  the  Pacific  Coast. 


Ticket  Office:  General  Passenger  Station  _ 

M^  SET  IN    12  POINT  BORDER  NO.  489 ^fl 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  853  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MODERN 


GOTHIC 


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2573  COMMERCIAL  STREET 


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I  Magnificent  Sliowing 
of  Tailored  Suits 
and  Waists 

Late  Autumn  Stylish  Suits 

We  have  added  many  new  lines  to  our  magnificent  show- 
ing of  Tailored  Suits.  This  event  will  attract  the  attention  of 
all  smart  dressers  because  of  the  variety  of  styles.  Many  of 
these  suits  are  our  own  creations,  others  by  famous  modistes 

The  elaborate  showing  of  individual  style  that  predominates  at  Peterman's  style 
center  will  be  of  interest  to  all  ladies  in  this  vicinity,  and  the  exclusiveness  and 
elegance  of  these  suits  never  deserved  more  praise  from  the  critically  inclined 


TAILOR-MADE  SUITS — Great  variety  of  new  and  exclusive  ideas  in  chiffons,  velvets 
velveteens,  broadcloths,  and  the  newest  novelty  weaves  in  fancy  materials,  polka  dots 
checks,  stripes,  etc.  We  can  conscientiously  recommend  this  showing  of  suits  as  far  more 
elaborate  in  variety  than  we  have  ever  before  attempted. 
We  cordially  invite  all  smart  dressers  to  attend  this  sale 
and  see  this  fine  showing  of  suits.  Priced  from  $25.00  up  to 


LS  snowing  oi  suiis  as  lar  luure 

*84.73 


Silk  Petticoats  for  Fall 

The  Autumn  showing  of  Silk  Petticoats 
is  displayed  to  particularly  good  advant- 
age. Owing  to  the  special  prices  quoted  it 
will  be  productive  of  pleasure  and  profit 

Silk  Petticoats,  of  heavy  rustling  taffeta, 
deep  tucked  raised  flounce  and  silk  dust  ruffle, 
light  and  dark  shades.  Taffeta  Silk  Petticoats, 
accordion  plaited  or  sectional  flounce.  Taffeta 
Silk  Petticoats,  in  two  styles,  accordion  plaited. 
Is  a  beautiful  display  of  Petti-  ^*  ^  "•'  ^J^i 
coats.     Prices  from  $5  up  to  ^P   ■   ■  "Ow 


Autumn  Undergarments 

This  fine  hygenic  Underwear  takes  rank 
as  the  most  perfectly  adapted  for  a  climate 
of  such  changeableness  as  this.  In  point 
of  fit,  comfort  and  durability  is  unrivaled 

Women's  Silk  Vests,  low  neck  and  sleeve- 
less, fancy  openwork,  silk  lace  and  crochet  trim- 
mings. Extra  quality  Vests  and  tights,  of  fine 
ribbed  blue  merino,  are  in  fall  and  winter  weights. 
Pure  Wool  Union  Suits,  heavy  weight,  natural 
short  sleeves;  This  is  a  grand  ^J  "fl  ^  ^  ^ 
display.  From  48c  up  to  ^   ■  W  ■  ** W 


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SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN 


GOTHIC 


GEORGE  E.  HOLDEMUP 


EDWARD  A.  SOAKEM 


NATIONAL  FUEL  COMPANY 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealers  in 

COAL 


Anthracite 


Bituminous 


435  East  Canalport  Avenue 
MINERSTOWN 


JAMES  RIVETER,  Pres. 
EDWIN  COLDBLAST,  Vice  Pres. 


GEORGE  W.  STEEL,  Secy. 
WM.  COTROCKS,  Treas. 


STRUCTURAL 

IRON  AND  STEEL 

COMPANY 


Represented  by 

FRED  W.  HOTAIR 


■  RONTON,  IND. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER 


Manufacturers  of  Electric- 
Welded  Chases.  General 
Western  Agents  for  Babcock 
Cylinder  Presses.  Dealers 
in  Platen  and  Hand  Presses, 
Folders,  Power  and  Lever 
Paper  Cutters,  Perforators, 
Stitchers  and  Printers  Sup- 
plies of   every   description. 


Superior  Copper-Mixed 


TYPE 


Point-Line    Point-Set    Point-Body 


Chicago, 


Superior  Copper  Mixed  Type 
Cast  on  the  Point  Line,  Point 
Set,  Point  Body  Lining  Sys- 
tem recommends  itself  to 
the  purchasing  Printer.  The 
Pound  Selling  System  is  fair 
to  both  purchaser  and  sel  ler. 
The  printer  getswhat  he  pays 
for  and  pays  for  what  he  gets. 


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Sold  to 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


CONDENSED 


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


26A  50a       10  Point  Modern  Gothic  Cond.      S'/ii  lbs.,  $2.S0 

HEAVY  WORKING  HORSES  FOR  SALE 

Good  Sound  Horses  Purchased  Sold  and  Parted 

Auction  Sale  Every  Monday  and  Wednesday 

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22A  45a      12  Point  Modern  Gothic  Cond.      3%  lbs,  $2.75 

HOME  GROWN  WATER  MELONS 

Your  Choice  Today  for  Only  Thirty  Five  Cents 

We  Make  a  Specialty  of  Domestic  Fruit 

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18A  38a 


14  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed 


4K  lbs.,  $3.00 


NATIVES  CROSSING  THE  DESERT  ON  THE  BACKS  OF  ELEPHANTS 

Many  of  the  Party  Died  From  Starvation  and  Many  Others  From  Want  of  Water 

Some  Fine  Elephants  Were  Sacrificed  234  to  Supply  Food  and  Drink 


13 A  26a 


18  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

MANY  BEAUTIFUL  BUHERFLIES  HAVE  PERISHED 
Fierce  Rain  Storm  Destroyed  58  Thousands  of  Rare  Specimens 


24  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


SCENERY  ALONG  THE  PACIFIC  COAST 
Unexcelled  by  Others  for  562  its  Picturesqueness 


7A  13a 


30  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed 


67-4  lbs.,  $4.00 


THE  WESTERN  MOTOR  SCHOOL 
Mid  Winter  Class  78  December  Thirteenth 


5A  8a 


36  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


ACROBATIC  EXHIBITION 
Greatest  Circus  43  in  tlie  World 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  GOTHIC  CONDENSED 


28  A  55  a  6  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  1?4  lbs.,  $2.00 

OUT  WHERE  THE  SILVERY  COLORADO  RIVER  WENDS  ITS  WAY 

When  the  Sunset  Turns  the  Bounding  Oceans  Beautiful  Blue  to  a  Magnificent  Rich  Golden  Hue 

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26  A  52  a  8  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

FIRST  PROCESSES  IN  THE  PRACTICE  OF  TYPOGRAPHY 

Cutting  of  Punches  and  Making  of  3425  Moulds  Demanded  a  Degree  of  Skill 


MODERN  GOTHIC    c^^fe^    CONDENSED 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximatef-  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line 


5  A  8a  42  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  9%  lbs.,  $5.70 

CORNER  DRUG  STORE 
Prescriptions  2  our  Specialty 

4A  8a  48  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  lOK  lbs.,  $6.30 

DENTAL  PARLOR 

Students  7  from  Stayton 

4 A  8a  54  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  U'A  lbs.,  $7.50 

CONVENTIONS 
Historical  6  Speeches 

3A  4a  60  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  10%  lbs.,  $6.50 

CANDY  MAKER 
Spectators4  Invited 

72    POINT    SHOWN   ON    NEXT    PAOE. 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  8S7  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


MODERN  GOTHIC    c^^^    CONDENSED 


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


3  A  4a  72  Point  Modern  Gothic  Condensed  13  lbs.,  $7.55 

AVONDALE 

Beautiful  7Town 

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9  Lincoln  and  Belmont  Avenues  z 

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I  Fine  Summer  Shirts  \ 

I  at  $1.35  I 

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»  A  sale  strongly  characterized  by  values  of  a  most  unusual  nature — a  ^ 

Ssale  that  has  become  established  as  an  annual  event  of  importance  to  S 

many  Chicagoans.     And  this  year,  more  than  ever,  you  will  be  impressed  H 

g=  with  the  splendidly  large  size  of  the  offering,  the  variety  of  styles  and  m 

the  exclusiveness  of  the  patterns  at  the  special  sale  price  of  $1.35  each  IS 

I  s 

I    The  Latest  Novelties  in  Unusual  Varieties    | 

(  Embraced  in  the  showing  are  the  latest  novelties  m  medium  J  J^ 

S  ^1  ^C  }^^^  ^^^^  effects  and  plain  colors,  with  attached  or  detached  f  ^1  OC 
£  y  I  bO  V  j  cuffs.  There  are  also  neat,  attractive  designs  on  light  grounds  tw'  ■  Vil 
n  (  with  a  choice  of  plaited  or  plain  bosoms.  Sizes  are  1 4  to  1 9. ) 

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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  858  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN  GOTHIC 


CONDENSED 


THREE  FAST  DAILY  TRAINS 

TO 

CALIFORNIA 


The 

San  Francisco 
Limited 

ELECTRIC  LIGHTED  THROUGHOUT 

Less  than  three  days  from  Chicago  to  San 
Francisco  and  Seattle.  Finest  drawing 
room  and  private  compartment  sleeping 
car,  Composite  Observation  Cars. 


The 

North  Portland 
Limited 

ELECTRIC   LIGHTED  THROUGHOUT 

Less  than  three  days  from  Chicago  to  Los 
Angeles  and  Portland,  via  the  new  Omaha 
Route.  Finest  drawing  room  and  Tourist 
Sleeping  car,  Composite  Obsrvation  Cars. 


Philippine  and  China  Fast  Mail 

Finest  through  daily  train  to  San  Francisco,  Los  Angeles  and  Seattle  without  change. 
Elegant  Drawing  Room  and  Tourist  Sleeping  Cars. 


ALL  MEALS  SERVED  IN  DINING  CARS. 


CHICAGO,  KANSAS  CITY  & 
OMAHA  RAILROAD 

Ticket  Offices:  Main  Passenger  Station  and  475  Railway  Avenue,  Corner  Highroad. 

Telephone,  Skidoo  23 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NO.  117  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  Z.     Cast  on  Uniform  I^ine. 


30  A  60  a  5  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  1  lb.,  $2.00 

RICHARDSON  AND  BROADBENT  WHOLESALE  CANDY  MANUFACTURERS 
Factory  and  Salssrooms  Seventeen  Thousand  Seven  Hundred  and  Nineteen  South  Carmel  Street 
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34  A  63  a  8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117     2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

LOVE  OF  MONEY  IS  THE  ROOT  OF  ALL  EVIL 
Yet  all  are  After  the  Root  and  Dig  234  a  Hundred  Feet  Searching 

30  A  58  a        10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117    3'Xt,  lbs.,  $2.50 

SOME  MEN  OBTAIN  MONEY  VERY  EASILY 
Men  who  Talk  the  Most  384  About  Mojiey  have  Little 


33  A  68a      5%  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

SPORTING  EXTRA  WITH  FULL  RETORT  OF  THE  FOOT  BALL  GAME 

Latest  News  of  the  Terrible  Murder  and  Suicide  Commlted  on  Seventy  Second  Street  Yesterday 

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33  A  65a         6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

SOME  PEOPLE  FLY  HIGH  WITHOUT  A  FLYING  MACHINE 
When  They  Have  Plenty  of  Money  598  it  has  Wings  and  Quickly  Vanishes 

26A50a        12  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MUCH  MONEY  MADE  ON  EXCHANGE 
Great  Loss  to  Brokers  257  by  Declining  Stocks 


14  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117 


4^  lbs.,  $3.00 


MONEY  DENOMINATIONS  OF  THE  SAME  VALUE  ARE  THE  GRECIAN 
Drachma  Italian  Lira  Finland  Mark  Spanisli  465  Peseta  French  Belgium  Switzerland  Francs 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


MOST  MONEY  PER  CAPITA  EVER  KNOWN  IN  HISTORY 
Of  the  United  Stales  Nearly  389  Billion  Dollars  In  Coin  and  Paper  Currency 


llA  21a 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


TWENTY  MILLION  SILVER  DOLLARS  COUNTED 
Money  to  be  Expended  for  265  Magnificent  Theatre  Building 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117 


6%  lbs.,  $4.00 


FOUR  HUNDRED  AND  NINETY  YEARS 

Before  Christ  tlie  Greelis  47  Defeated  fite  Persians 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117 


6'Hb  lbs.,  $4.25 


NORTH  GALESBURG  FORT 

Cliattanooga  379  Eighteen  Sixty  Three 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


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SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^^^    NO.  117  SERIES 


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


42  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  9^  lbs.,  $5.45 


SOLDIER  BOYS  MARCHING 

Band  Playing  587  and  Flags  Flying 

5A  lla  48  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  lOM  lbs.,  $6.35 

FINE  REGIMENT  PARADE 

Oriental  University  100  Students 


54  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  12J^  lbs.,  $7.50 


GREATEST  NAVAL 

Battles  Nianiia  324  Santiago 


60  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  W'/d,  lbs.,  $6.05 


CORRESPONDENCE 

AdventurersZO  Oiscovery 

LARGER    SIZES    SHOWN    ON    NEXT    PAGE 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  261  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^^^^    NO.  117  SERIES 


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


66  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  9%  lbs.,  $5.80 


SWEET  VIOLnS 

Handsome  397  Fragrant 


72  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  10%  lbs.,  $5.10 


LARGE  NURSERY 

Beautiful  562  Flowers 


84  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  117  16  lbs.,  $8.95 


CHRISTMAS 

Boys  84  Rejoicing 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  262  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NO.  117 


News  of  tlie  Day  Bu  etined  on  tliis  Train 

News  Bulletins  are  issued  twice 
a  day  for  tlie  passengers  on  the 

UNDERLAND  LIMITED 

and  "extras"  if  important  news  warrants  them.    That's  but  one  of 

the  many  reasons  why  you  should  asl(  for 

tickets  via  the 

STANOARO  PACIFIC  R'Y 

. ..  m.^:  ~'.r» ..     When  You  go  to  CALIFRISCO 

ICOOK  OPERA  house] 

UST  3  WEEKS 

of  the  soul-stirring  Melo-Drama 

DECEIVERS 

IGRAYHAIRI 

RESTORED 

Chestnutty  Hair  Stain 

Restores  Gray,  Streaked  or  Bleached  Hair  or 
Moustache  Instantaneously.    Gives  any  shade 
from  Light  Brown  to  Black.    Does  not  wash 
or  rub  off.    Contains  no  poisons  and  Is  not 
sticky  or  greasy.    Sold  by  all  druggists  at 
60c  per  bottle.  Sample  sent  upon  request. 

The  Chestnutty  Company 

HAIRSBURG,  DAK. 

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A  TREMENDOUS  HIT 

Supported  by  a  Strong  Cast  of  Well 
Known  Players 

YOU  WILL  MISS  IT  IF  YOU  MISS  IT 

MATINEE  PRICES,  25c,  50c,  75c. 

NIGHT  PRICES,  50c,  75c,  $1.00 
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QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  47 


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


26  A  52  a    6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

PLEASANT  JOURNEYS  THROUGH  ENGLAND 

Visiting  Towns  Villages  and  Cities  Where  Lords  and  Barons 

Control  the  Largest  Portion  of  Land  and  Buildings 

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23  A  45  a   10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47    3^Ab  lbs.,  $2.50 

SOUTHERN  COLLEGE  SOCIETY 

Everybody  Invited  to  Attend  Monday  Evening 

New  Westminster  42  Chapel  Building 


26A  50a    8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47      2K  lbs., $2.25 

EASTERN  NATIONAL  BANK  COMPANY 

Forty-Five  Hundred  Thousand  Specimen  Sheets  Printed 

Lashers  Revised  The  United  States  Postal  Guide 

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19  A  37  a    12  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SOUTHERN  CONVENTIONS 

Commission  Merchants  and  Traders 

Excursions  35  October  Seventli 


14  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47 


4K  lbs.,  $3.00 


MANY  GOOD  SHOWER  BATHS  GRATIS  TO  EVERYBODY 
Water  Received  Freely  from  the  Clouds  65  Expressly  for  the  Needy  Ones 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


RAILROAD  AND  TELEGRAPH  CORPORATIONS 
Union  Southern  and  Central  98  Pacific  Railroad  Freight  Houses 


20  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


KENTUCKY  GROCERS  ANNUAL  BANQUET 
Massachusetts  and  Connecticut  36  Telegraph  Company 


7  A  15  a 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


NATIONAL  INSURANCE  COMPANY 
Handsomely  Decorated  54  Apartment  House 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47 


e'S^ilbs.,  $4.30 


NEWSPAPER  HISTORIES 
Three  Hundred  86  Morning  Papers 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


264 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^^K^    NUMBER  47 


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


5  A  9  a  48  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47  10%  lbs.,  $6.50 

ANCIENT  METHODS 
Ornamental  98  Decorating 


60  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  47  10^6  lbs.,  $6.10 


MARINE  CADETS 
Steamboat  3  Artillery 


SUNDAY  EXCURSION 

JUIANDILERE  PAVILION 
111  on  cool  Placid  Lake 
has  the  most  beautiful  site 
for  recreation  and  outings 
that  can  be  imagined.   The 
beach  offers  fishing,  boats, 
and  bathing.    On  the  bluff 
are  all  kinds  of  sports  and 
Open-air  Vaudeville  Show. 

Mandilere  Park ...  $2 

Two  Restful  Boat  Rides    Healthful  Recreation    A  Place  to  Visit  Many  Times 

Sunday,  August  14, 1906  at  8:30  A.  iVJ. 

CRESCEN1 

r  STEAMER  FROM  NEW  PIER 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  265  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  GOTHIC 


NUMBER  111 


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


28A54a    6  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill    I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

REPAIRING  WOODEN  LEGS  A  SPECIALTY 

Artistic  Desierns  And  Unnatural  Linnbs  Made  to  Order  Lowest  Prices 

Sales  Room  One  Hundred  and  Seventy  Five  Castout  Street 

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21  A  40a    12  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SENATORS  AND  GOVERNORS 
Holding  Positions  are  37  Well  Protected 


28  A  58a    8  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill    2}i  lbs.,  $2.25 

FURNITURE  ON  TIME  AND  EASY  PAYMENTS 

Large  Consignments  of  Fine  Carpets  Rugs  Tables  And  Couches 

Goods  Delivered  Free  of  Charge  to  Any  Part  of  the  City 

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28  A  53a    10  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill    3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

TESTIMONIALS  AND  CATALOGUES 
Compound  Distilled  Rute  68  Tute  Superfine  Toilet  Soap 


14  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


4K  lbs.,  $3.00 


JUNE  TWENTY  FIRST  LONGEST  DAY  IN  THE  YEAR 
Consequently  the  Proceeding  Days  are  Shorter  and  Pass  Very  Rapidly 


18  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


4"4  lbs,  $3.25 


REVIVAL  OF  THE  ANCIENT  LANGUAGES 
Hebrew  Greek  Latin  and  76  Chinese  Taught  in  Colleges 


8A  17a 


24  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


INSURRECTIONS  AND  REBELLIONS 
Diplomatic  Tangles  of  53  Santo  Domingo  Republic 


30  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


6^16  lbs.,  $4.00 


AFRICKANDER  HOMESTEADS 
Land  Cheap  To  Old  46  Settlers  Out  West 


5A  lOa 


36  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


SALMON  FISHING  INDUSTRY 
Poorest  People  75  Earn  Livelihood 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


966 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  GOTHIC    c^^fe^    NUMBER  111 


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


5  A   10  a 


48  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


105^  lbs.,  $6.30 


CONNIVERS  AGREEMENT 
Motherly  Love  27  Decreasing 


60  Point  Lining  Gothic  No.  Ill 


8%  lbs.,  $5.20 


INCOMPREHENSIBLE 
Washingtons  45  Birthday 


FROST  THE  BABE, 
MOTHERS' ADVICE. 

Clubwomen  in  St.  Paul  Told 
That    Chilly    Treatment 
Will  Make  Their  In- 
fants Fat. 


SNOWBANK  BEST  CRADLE. 


Models  Shown  of  "Cage"  to  Keep 
Baby  in  When   Mother  At- 
tends  Meeting  of  the 
Club. 


[By  a  Staff  Correspondent.] 
St.  Paul,  Minn.,  June  5.— [Special.  ]— The  discovery 
of  a  cold  air  and  chilled  water  treatment  for  babies  was 
announced  today  to  the  general  federation  of  women's 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


Established  1867 


Success  Music  College 

DR.   FRESHMAN,   President 

COLLEGE  BLDG.,  305  LOOKOUT  ST. 
LOOKOUT,  MINN. 

Thirty  nine  years  of  artistic  achievement  under  the  personal  direction 

of  its  President  Dr.  Freshman  has  made  the  College  one  of  the 

vigorous  educational  forces  of  America. 

SUMMER  SESSION 

OPENS  JULY  30th 


ELOCUTION 
OPERA 


All  Branches  of 


MUSIC 


DRAMATIC 
ART 


FALL  TERM  BEGINS  SEPT.  1st 

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QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


GOTHIC  COMPRESSED 


NUMBER  SEVEN 


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


30A  58a  6  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  7      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

GARDEN  CITY  PARK  OPENS  SUNDAY  AUGUST  FIFTH 

Band  Concert  In  the  Afternoon  by  Case  Brothers  Famous  Italian  Band 

Admittance  to  Grounds  Including  Chicken  Supper  One  Dollar 

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25  A  49a  12  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  7      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

GOTLIEB  PETERSON  FLORIST 
Various  Designs  for  46  Weddings  and  Parties 

16  A  30a  18  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  7      4%  lbs.,  $3.2S 

SHIPPING  WILD  ANIMALS 
Crossing  the  83  Stormy  Ocean 


31  A  63  a  8  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  7       lV\  lbs.,  $2.25 

CONSTRUCTED  BY  WILLIAM  BIRTHINGTON 

Building  Contractor  of  Bridges  and  all  Kinds  of  Steel  Structures 

Office  and  Factory  Twelve  Hundred  Prospect  Street 

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29A  60a  10 Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  7      3!/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

GRAND  RAPIDS  POWER  BOAT  SHOW 
August  Fifth  Sixth  Seventh  234  Eighth  Ninth  and  Tenth 

19A  38a  HPointGothicComp.  No.  7       45i  lbs.,  $3.00 

BAZAAR  IN  DUKES  HALL 
Monday  Tuesday  46  and  Wednesday 


20  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  7 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


LACROSSE  IVIATCH  TODAY  AT  CROSSE  POINT 
Between  the  Detroit  White  94  Caps  and  The  Montreal  Stars 


24  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  7 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  BACHELORS 
Men  Thirty  Years  Old  6  Initiated  in  November 


30  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  7 


6?i6  lbs.,  $4.00 


EXAMINATION  IN  SPELLING 
School  Reopens  8  October  Eighteenth 


36  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  7 


69^  lbs.,  $4.25 


REGULAR  VOLUNTEER 
Shooting  Ducks  4  Along  the  River 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


GOTHIC  COMPRESSED  ^^^^  NUMBER  SEVEN 


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


4A  9a 


48  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  7 


lOM  lbs.,  $6.35 


TOMATO  CATSUP 
Delicious  Cherry  5  Pudding 


60  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  7 


10%'6  lbs.,  $6.55 


COMICAL  SCNG8 
Many  New  7  Features 


The 


Situated  on  corner  of  Lightwood  and  Hastings  Streets 
One  and  one  half  blocks  from  the  Grand  Central  Depot 


WEST  HASTINGS  HOTEL 


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Rates,  $1.00  to  $5.00  per  Day 
American  and  European  Plan 

Special  rates  will  be  made  to  the  theatrical  profes- 
sion, touring  journalists  and  baseball  and  football 
teams,  in  consideration  of  the  advertising  they  can 
give  us,  also  special  rates  to  very  large  families. 


John  Densmore,  Prop. 


West  Hastings 


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QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


COMPRESSED    c^^fe^    NUMBER  8  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  (tiven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Una. 


33  A  63a     10  Point  Gothic  Coinp.  No.  8     2%  lbs.,  $2.50 

RARE  AND  EXPENSIVE  IRISH  LACE  EKHIBITED  AT  PARIS 
Latest  and  Most  Stylish  Desips  In  Ladles  Easter  Hats  and  Suits 


21  A  41a     18  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  8    4'/i6  lbs.,  $3.25 


Peculiar  Police  Buies  348  Verj  SWctij  Enforced 


33  A  63a     12  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  8    3!46  lbs.,  $2.75 

SECOND  ANNUAL  SALE  OF  GENUINE  PANAMA  HATS 
Cominences  at  Twelve  O'clock  Wednesday  in  Our  Hat  Department 


12A  25a 


24  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


25  A  49a     14  Point  Gothic  Comp.  No.  8    3%  lbs.,  $3.00 

VALUABLE  MINIATURE  PAINTINGS  ON  IVORY 
Masterpieces  of  the  821  Worlds  Celebrated  Painters 

4%  lbs.,  $3.50 


SOPERIOR  COPPER  MIIED  W  CAST  ON  THE  POINT  LINING 
System  is  ttie  Hardesl  Tougliesl  Ligtilesl  5/  and  Most  Duratile  Type  tliat  is  Made 


9  A  17  a 


30  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


55<  lbs.,  $4.00 


iL  KNOWLEDGE 
Expensive  Automobiles  are  lieing  l\  used  to 


6A  13a 


36  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


5%  lbs.,  $4.25 


THE  CfllEHCIAL  TELECRAPH  C 
Messages  to  Soutli  Africa  6  Carelessly 


y 


P 


Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


R 


'    SWb  lbs.,  $6.25 


Viewing  llie  Maivelous  G  Worl(s  ol  Dame  Nature 


BARNHART   BROS.    &   SPINDLER'S 


270 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


GOTHIC  COMPRESSED    c^^^    NUMBER  8  SERIES 


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


54  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


10%  lbs.,  $7.50 


OLD  RELIABLE  FAIRY  STORIES 
Many  Handsome  4  Steel  Engravings 


60  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


7%  lbs.,  $5.40 


Fi  COSTHS  DESIGNED 
Laiie  Impdlalion  3  ol  Novelly  Goods 


72  Point  Gothic  Compressed  No.  8 


8%  lbs.,  $5.75 


I  Hi 

Uly  Repoils  95  Satisladoi] 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


(g    c^ 


Em^  m 


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


21  A  12  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

mw  [ifli^  m  i[i(g[iDW[i  fl 

8  A  30  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61  4  lbs.,  $2.50 


Kl 


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17  A  18  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61         3^  lbs.,  $2.05 

mum  $m  wMm 

Id)\Y7     "T^f 


m'rn^ 


14  A  24  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61  4  lbs.,  $2.55 


6A 


36  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61 


C7^ 


Kij 


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vo* 


5A 


Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61 


4%  lbs.,  $2.90 


m 


6%  lbs.,  $4.10 


L_] 


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uuvvv_y 


66  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61 


9^  lbs.,  $5.45 


72  Point  Outline  Gothic  No.  61 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LIGHTFACE 


POST  SERIES 


THE  NOTARA  CLUB  BANQUET 

MENOKEN  HOUSE 

MONDAY  JANUARY  FIFTH  MCM 


Olives 


Brook  Trout 
Cucumbers  New  Potatoes 


Broiled  Spring  Chicken 
Fresh  Mushrooms 


Asparagus  Salad 


Ice  Creams  Strawberries 

Assorted  Nut  Cakes 


Coffee        Chocolate 


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273 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LIGHTFACE 


POST  SERIES 


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


21  A  41a  6  Point  Lightface  Post         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

BEAUTIFUL  EASTER  GARMENTS 

They  Roamed  Far  Beyond  the  Snowclad  Mountains 

Shooting  Lions  in  the  Jungles  of  South  Africa 

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18  A  37  a  10  Point  Lightface  Post       3'Ab  lbs.,  $2.50 

BETTER  A  HOMELY  WIFE 

Than  One  Who  is  Not  Home  Much 
And  Singing  6  Rag  Time  to  You 


20  A  40  a  8  Point  Lightface  Post         2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

EXCURSION  TO  FOREST  ISLAND 

Round  Trip  Including  Dinner  Two  Dollars 

Music  and  Dancing  on  Board  the  Boat 

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15A  28a  12  Point  Lightface  Post       3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SAVE  ALL  COUPONS 

Redeemable  in  Graniteware 
Union  Glass  8  Company 


18  Point  Lightface  Post 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


BOYS  TRAINING  FOR  MARKSMEN 

Requires  an  Eagle  Eye  and  Steady  Nerve 

Senators  Convention  4  July  Twentieth 


24  Point  Lightface  Post 


Slib  lbs.,  $3.50 


FRENCH  AND  ALGEBRA 

Gymnastical  Daily  Performances 
London  3  Collegiate  Institute 


4A  8a 


30  Point  Lightface  Post 


6916  lbs.,  $4.25 


OLDEST  RESIDENT 

Lived  Near  Champion  Hills 
Wagons  or  7  Implements 


BARNHART    BROS.  &    SPINDLER'S 


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SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LIGHTFACE    c^^    POST  SERIES 


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


36  Point  Lightface  Post  S%  lbs.,  $5.10 


BROAD  ROADS 
Dangerous  8  Locality 

4  A  6a  48  Point  Lightface  Post  12%  lbs.,  $7.70 

ENORMOUS 
Springy  7  Chicken 


60  Point  Lightface  Post  17%  lbs.,  $10.75 


MAPLES 

Crab  9  Apple 

3  A  3a  72  Point  Lightface  Post  19'A  lbs.,  $11.30 

POCKET 
Samples  5 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  375  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


IP(D)ST   c^^fe^   OPBM 


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


12  Point  Post  Open 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


M(D)ST  PldDSPIHIKOILJS  SBAS 
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18  Point  Post  Open 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


EUSmESS  BLOCKS  BURMED 
LoMdlcDM  mmd  NdDrtk  MsiMlh^tltaim  Hit©  PailiircDil 
.(D)im©y  Diraiw©ir  ^3  C(D)impl©'it©]ly  Eimpty 


24  Point  Post  Open 


5Va  lbs.,  $3.60 


BASKET  BALL  SCHOOL 
radmated  Stiademts  are  Playim! 


30  Point  Post  Open 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


PETREFEEB 


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36  Point  Post  Open 


&iii  lbs.,  $5.10 


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


1  Point  Post  Open 


n'^fk  lbs.,  $7.70 


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60  Point  Post  Open 


19%  lbs.,  $11.85 


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72  Point  Post  Open 


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POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


277 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


POST 


SERIES 


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


21  A  41  a  6  Point  Post  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THANKSGIVING  DINNER  PARTIES 

Observe  tliis  Day  in  the  Old  Fashioned  Manner 

Church  Service  First  then  a  Turkey  Dinner 

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18  A  35  a  10  Point  Post  31/6  lbs.,  $2.50 

ADVERTISING  POSTERS 

Neat  Colored  42  Newest  Specimetis 


8A  15a 


18  Point  Post 


4'5f6  lbs.  $3.2S 


FRESHMANS 
Extract  59  of  Beef 


19A38a  8  Point  Post  2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

MARVELOUS  DEVELOPMENTS 

Itnprovetnetit  of  the  Nitieteettth  Century 

Astottishiug  Discoveries  are  Made 

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15A  29a  12  Point  Post  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MONEY  MAY  SEEM 

The  Root  of  89  All  the  Evil 


6A  10a 


24  Point  Post 


SVz  lbs.,  $3.50 


ENGINEERS 
Prizes  6  Given 


4A8a 


30  Point  Post 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


SEVENTH  DISTRICT 
Convention  4  Entertained 


4A6a 


36  Point  Post 


S'/fi  lbs.,  $5.00 


OPERA  HOUSE 
Financial  8  Questions 


3A6a 


48  Point  Post 


1354  lbs.,  $7.95 


BANK  CLERK 
Racing  3  Outing 


BARISIHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


POST   ^^^^   SERIES 


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


3  A  4a  60  Point  Post  \7Vs  lbs.,  $10.60 

MARINE 
Band  6  Play 

3  A  3a  72  Point  Post  18%  lbs,,  $11.00 

BUGLES 
Tin  2  Horn 

3  A  96  Point  Post     (Cast  on  Cap  Line)  223/6  lbs.,  $11.55 

HOPS 

MINES 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  279  QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


IISCUISED 


DE  VIISISE 


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


21A  42a        6  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

WE  HAVE  DECIDED  THAT  ALL  GOODS 

Carried  In  our  Corner  Store  Must  be  Sold  at  Once 

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18  A  35a        10  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne    S'/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 

CARPETS  ARE  SLIGHTLY 
Damaged  at  Halt  57  Regular  Price 


20  A  41a       8  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne      2M  lbs.,  $2.25 

GENEROUS  SATURDAY  SALE 

Surprising  Bargains  In  all  Wool  Knee  Pants 

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15A  30a       12  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

LARGEST  STOCK 
Gents  Furnishing  93  Goods 


14  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


4X  lbs.,  $3.00 


PRINTING  MATERIAL  STANDARD  GOODS 

Always  on  Hand  and  Shipped  35  Promptly  Everywhere 


18  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


CELEBRATED  COPPER-MIXED 
Type  Orders  Filled  278  With  Great  Care 


24  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


SVs  lbs.,  $3.60 


HEALTHY  RESIDENTS 

Beautiful  58  Mansions  on  Lalies 


5A  9a 


30  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


ONE  HUNDRED  DA  YS 
Grand  State  24  Exhibition 


36  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


83^6  lbs.,  $5.05 


MODERN  DRUM 
Cylinder  73  Job  Press 


BARNHART  BROS.  &.  SPINDLER'S 


280 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


USCLINED   c«fe^    DE  VIISISE 


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


42  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


\0H  lbs.,  $6.30 


FINESTRUGS 

Ingrain  85  Carpets 


48  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


1337(6  lbs.,  $7.95 


OPEN  HOUSE 

New  Years  2  Day 


3A  4a 


60  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


15^8  lbs.,  $9.40 


SPECIAL 
Fire  73  Sales 


72  Point  Inclined  De  Vinne 


17%  lbs.,  $10.80 


BOOTH 
Campaign  5 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


IISCLIISED 


DE  VI  IS  IS  E 


Annual  June  Sale  of 
Mens  Negligee  Shirts 

=1    at  95c    ^= 


It  was  a  foregone  conclusion  that  intense  in- 
terest should  develop  at  once  5we  announced  the 
opening  of  this  annual  June  event— the  large  size 
of  the  offering  and  the  exclusiveness  of  many  of 
the  patterns  still  favor  the  customer  in  a  very 
generous  measure.    There  is 

A  Splendid  Variety  to 
Select  From 

To  increase  the  interest  of  critical  buyers  it  is  sufficient  perhaps  to  say 
that  there  is  a  variety  to  select  from  that  cannot  fail  in  its  mission  to  please. 
Embraced  in  the  showing  are  the  latest  novelties  in  medium  and  dark  effects 
and  plain  colors,  with  attached  or  detached  cuffs.  There  are  also  neat 
attractive  designs  on  light  grounds  with  a  choice  of  plaited 
or  plain  bosoms.  The  sizes  included  are  14  to  19X-  These 
are  our  regular  $1.50  to  $2.50  shirts,  at 


95c 


Boys*  Suits  Reduced  to  $6.50 

Sharp  reductions  in  our  "Best  to  Buy"  double  breasted  and  Norfolk 
suits,  and  Russian  and  sailor  blouse  suits,  sizes  2  to  10  years,  in  many  of  the 
most  popular  shades  of  all  wool  materials.  Reduced  from  the  former  selling 
prices  of  $7.50,  $10.00  and  $12.50  to,  each,  $6.50, 

Soakemall  &  Company 

711  Clieapside  Avenue,  Buncoville 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


282 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  ^^S^^  DEVINNE 


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House  Furnishings 


Mission  Furniture 

We  Place  on  Sale  Today  a  Special  Lot  of  Arts  and 
Crafts  Furniture  at  25%  Discount 

The  maker  of  our  fumed  oak  English  furniture  shipped  us  a  special 

lot  of  this  furniture,  including  Tables,  Chairs  and  Rockers,  which  are 

too  dark  to  place  in  stock  with  others  so  they  must  go  at  this  sacrifice. 

Some  exceptional  bargain  opportunities  are  offered. 


Oriental  Rug  Opportunities 

Rugs  of  Rare  Quality  in  Great  Variety  of  Patterns 
and  Complete  Range  of  Sizes 

At  no  time  have  we  offered  anything  like  the  assortment  of  beautiful 
floor  coverings  which  comprise  this  lot.  Genuine  Imported  weaves  in 
neutral  color  mixtures.     Every  piece  worth  twice  the  special  marking. 


Anglo  Persian  rugs,  9x12,  each,  $50.00 

Monosul  Persian,  antique  and  perfect, 
about  4x7,  $12.00 

Oriental  Rug  curtains,  something  novel 
and  beautiful  in  pattern,  pair,  $4.00 


Anglo  Indian  rugs,  12x16,  each,  $36.00 

Kashmere  rugs,  Oriental  designs,  6x10, 
8x11,  at  $14.00 

French  and  Royal  Wilton  in  latest  and 
popular  patterns,  odd  sizes,  $5.00 


Some  Odd  Pieces  Real  French  China  at  Half  Price 
for  a  Determined  Clearance 

Dainty  bits  of  the  best  of  modern  pottery.      Every  piece  a  decoration 
to  the  table  and  thoroughly  useful.      Mostly  odd  pieces  and  sets  of  six. 

Salad  Bowls  in  beautiful  shapes,  at  75c      I      Berry  Sets,  six  saucers  and  bowl,  $  1 .25 
Olive  Trays  to  match  the  above,  at  50c  Haviland  China  Plates,  set  of  six,  $3.00 

Chop  Trays,  odd  little  decorations,  50c      |      Individual  Salts  and  Peppers,  each,  15c 

Importer  Furnishing  Company 

7346  Orrington  Avenue  .  Charlottesville  .  Georgia 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  283  QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING 


DE  VINNE 


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


23  A  44a         6  Point  Lining  De  Vinne       1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

GREAT  CROWDS  VISIT  WORLDS  FAIR 

New  Attractions  are  Presented  as  the  Years  Roll  By 

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19  A  40a         10  Point  Lining  De  Vinne      3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

PAINTERS  ASSOCIATION 
Conventions  Holding  86  City  Meetings 

13  A  25  a         14  Point  Lining  De  Vinne       4 Ji  lbs.,  $3.00 

SPRING  POETS 
And  Four  Happy  45  Boys 


21  A  42a  8  Point  Lining  De  Vinne        2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

MASTERPIECE  IN  LITERATURE 

Darwins  Series   Fascinating  and  Beautiful 

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16A  30a         12  Point  Lining  De  Vinne      3%  lbs,,  $2.75 

UNEXPERIENCED 
Moulder  and  86  Wire  Finisher 

9A  18a  18  Point  Lining  De  Vinne     .  4%  lbs,,  $3.25 

MAIL  ORDER 
Bargain  5  Day  Sales 


24  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


POST  OFFICE  CLERKS 
Money  Orders  37  Issued  and  Paid 


30  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


YOUNG  SOLDIERS 
Pursuing  their  43  Enemies 


4A7a 


36  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


8%  lbs.,  $5.25 


FANCY  LUNCH 
Room  to  89  Open  Soon 


42  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


lOJi  lbs,,  $6.45 


FALL  STYLE 
Coats  and  4  Sacques 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


284 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  c^^K^  DEVINNE 


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


4A  5a 


48  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


12%  lbs.,  $7.75 


BUILDING 
Cages  for  5  Sale 


3A  5a 


54  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


14%  lbs.,  $8.75 


KING  JOHN 
Always  7  Bold 


3A  4a 


60  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


15^  lbs.,  $9.25 


BARGAIN 
Cheap  8  Hats 


3A  4a 


72  Point  Lining  De  Vinne 


19%  lbs.,  $11.50 


MAD  3  Boy 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  285  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


DEVINNE    cm^^    BOLD 


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


16A  31a  6  Point  DeVinne  Bold      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

CHICAGO  SHEET  MUSIC 

Company  Furnished  Music  on   Request 

Without  Delay  All  the  Latest 

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15  A  29a  8  Point  DeVinne  Bold       2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

DOWN  TOWN  DISTRICT 

Crowds  of  Strug-g-ling-  Humanity 

Seekin^f  Bargains  in  Flowers 

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HA  27a  10  Point  DeVinne  Bold  3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.S0 

EMPORIUM  OF  FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKING 

Satisfaction   Guaranteed   in   Ladies  Tailor  Made   Garments 

Latest  Novelties  of  ttie  73  Season  in  Fancy  Necl<>vear 


12A  22a  12  Point  DeVinne  Bold  3%  lbs., $2.75 

UPSETTING  OF  THEORIST  CLAIMS 

Not  by  Ridicule  >vhich  often  Signifies  Ignorance 

But  w^ith  sound  28  Argument  well  Delivered 

6A   12a  18  Point  DeVinne  Bold  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

MUSEUM  ORCHESTRA 

Organ  Grinders  Trolley  Parties 

On  an  Excursion  46  Train 

5 A  8a  24  Point  DeVinne  Bold  5?^6  lbs.,  $3.50 

GENUINE  BOURBON 

Entertainments   Furnished 

On  Shortest  35  Notice 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  286  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


DEVINNE    m 


BOLD 


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


3A  5a 


30  Point  De  Vinne  Bold 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


HARMONIOUS 
Strains  in  2  Discord 


3A  5a 


36  Point  De  Vinne  Bold 


85/i6  lbs.,  $5.15 


OPERA  MUSIC 
New  York  8  Artist 


Point  De  Vinne  Bold 


143/16  lbs.,  $8.55 


MELODY 
Piano  5  Duet 


3A  4a 


60  Point  De  Vinne  Bold 


21j^  lbs.,  $12.90 


SONGS 
By  7  Choir 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


287 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


DEVINNE    c^^^    COMPRESSED 


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


30A  58a  6  Point  DeVinne  Comp.      I'/fi  lbs.,  $2.00 

LIVINGSTONE  WAS  THE  GREATEST  EXPLORER 

Worlds  Stupendous  Achievement  Was  In  The  Nineteenth  Century 

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26A  50a  10  Point  DeVinne  Comp.      3'Ab  lbs.,  $2.50 

CAPACITY  TWENTY  THOUSAND  POUNDS 
Leased  by  New  Brunswick  85  Refrigerator  Line 

12A  25a  18  Point  DeVinne  Comp.      4%  lbs.,  $3.2S 

ARTISTIC  DESIGNING 
Picture  Framing  73  Experts 


25A  50a  8  Point  DeVinne  Comp.       2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

GREAT  DEMAND  FOR  LOCOMOTIVES 

Sent  to  Hawaiian  Islands  Sumatra  Borneo  and  Java 

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21A42a  12  Point  DeVinne  Comp.      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

CONSPICUOUS  LOOKING  WOMEN 
Staring^  in  Leading  Opera  82  Companies 

16A  34a  14  Point  DeVinne  Comp.      4M  lbs.,  $3.00 

STRICTLY  HOME  COOKING 
Special  Turkey  8  Dinner  Sunday 


24  Point  DeVinne  Compressed  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


MISSOURI  PRINTING  INDUSTRIES 
Modern  Machines  and  34  Latest  Improvements 

6A  lla  30  Point  DeVinne  Compressed  6%  lbs.,  $4.00 

DEMANDS  MORE  READING 
Newspaper  Rapid  8  Perfected  Presses 

5A8a  36  Point  DeVinne  Com&ressed  6%  lbs.,  $4,30 

COSTUMES  FROM  PARIS 
Handsome  Face  5  Appearance 


Point  DeVinne  Compressed  10^  lbs.,  $6.25 


AUSTIN  SUBURB 
Mountain  45  Shrubery 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  288  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


DEVINNE    c^^fe^    COMPRESSED 


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


3A  4a  60  Point  DeVinne  Compressed  12^6  lbs.,  $7.25 

EXPOSITION 
Shaving  4  Parlors 


72  Point  DeVinne  Compressed  14ji  lbs.,  $8.25 


RELIC  SOLD 
Heavy  7  Rocker 


The  daily  COURIER 

Official  Organ  and  the  Only  Republican  Paper  in  Toraine  County 

GUARANTEED  17  Iff  A  SUBSCRIBERS 
CIRCULATION  Li  jddlJ  AT  $2  A  YEAR 


Circular  of  Rates  and  Information  About  The  Courier  Territory 
THE  DAILY  COURIER  PRESS  •  PUBLISHERS  ■  HENDERSON,  NORTH  DAKOTA 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  289  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


DEVINNE  EXTRA    ^^^fe^    COMPRESSED  SERIES 


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


24A48a      10  Point  DeVinne  Extra  Comp.      314  lbs.,  $2.50 

GREAT  DEMAND  FOR  MODERN  MACHINES 

Machinery  Shipped  to  all  the  Civilized  Countries 

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24A46a      12  Point  DeVinne  Extra  Comp.      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

ANTIQUE  MUSICAL  INSTRUMENT 

Exhibited  at  Philadelphia  Academy  of  Music 

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I5A30a  18  Point  DeVinne  Extra  Compressed  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

GREAT  ANNUAL  CLEARANCE  SALE  OPENS  SATURDAY 
Job  Lots  and  Broken  Lines  Will  498  be  Closed  Out  Regardless  of  Cost 


9  A  20  a 


24  Point  DeVinne  Extra  Compressed 


ST-fi  lbs.,  $3.50 


TWENTY  THOUSAND  GOLD  DOLLARS 

Expended  for  Two  Magnificent  52  Exposition  Buildings 


30  Point  DeVinne  Extra  Compressed 


6%  lbs.,  $4.15 


TWO  THOUSAND  THREE  HUNDRED 
Years  Ago  Greece  74  Defeated  the  Persians 


6A  lOa 


35  Point  DeVinne  Extra  Compressed 


7■^  lbs.,  $4.35 


SOLDIER  BOYS  MARCHING 
Chattanooga  94  Eighteen  Sixty=Three 


5A9a 


Point  DeVinne  Extra  Compressed 


10%  lbs.,  $6.50 


SOUTHERN  FARMERS 
Raising  Cotton  35  and  Hemp 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


390 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


DEVINNE  EXTRA    m 


COMPRESSED  SERIES 


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


60  Point  De  Vinne  Extra  Compressed 


9%  lbs.,  $5.90 


CREAM  CHEESE 
American  8  Products 


72  Point  De  Vinne  Extra  Compressed 


10^  lbs.,  $6.25 


BAND  STANDS 
Pumpkin  6  Garden 


CHICAGO  THE 
GRE^MART 

City  Leads  in  Packing,  Grain 
Trade  and  Food  Stuffs 

REPORT  PLACES  TOTAL  IN  BILLIONS 


Report  by  a  reliable  mercantile  and 
credit  agency  shows  the  largest  growth 
in  the  city's  history  and  Chicago  men 
attribute  the  increase  to  advertising  in 
country  mediums  and  mail  orders  from 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


DeViniK 


The  First  Real 
Type  Family 

The  Ad  Mens' 
Standard 


Barnhart 


MiMAMW^'^MP^NMMM^Ml^mMWnil^^MWMMMl 


Castle  Trust 
Company 

Banking  by  Mail  is  a  prominent 
feature  in  this  institution  and 
a  great  accomodation  to  those 
on  the  rural  free  delivery.  Let 
us  send  our  booklet  "Banking" 

Opposite  the  Court  House 

Belleville,  Indiana 


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6  POINT  BORDER   NO.   335 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


MODe 


15  A  27  a  6  Point  Mode  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

F'lL.L.ED  WITH  SUINBBA.MS 

Smiles  F'r'om  Sweet  Temper-ed  Wife 

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12  A  24  a  10  Point  Mode  S'/fi  lbs.,  $2.50 

BUILwDS    Houses 
Center*  G4  AveriMe  IMortfi 


SHRies 


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


13  A  27a  8  Point  Mode  2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

COMMISSION  MERCHANT 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Mar*Rets 
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IDA  19a  12  Point  Mode  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

VBGBTTABUES 

L^arge  Red  4  CHerry 


18  Point  Mode 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


HUNDRED   EINGIINEERS 

Elevated  Railroads  T  CoMsoHdate 


5A  7a 


24  Point  Mode 


SK  lbs.,  $3.70 


GRANDBST  NIGHT 

Coolest  Oceati  8  Breeze 


3A  5a 


36  Point  Mode 


S'A  lbs.,  $5.25 


BLOSSOMING 
Pretty  5  Wild  Rose 


48  Point  Mode 


12^  lbs.,  $7.65 


BUILDER 

Wagon  4  Shop 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


JONZTONE  BROK  &  CO. 


Cold  Storage  for  Furs — The  distinctive  feature  of 
our  great  Fur  Storage  Room  is  that  pure,  dry, 
cold  air  is  in  constant  circulation  at  a  tempera- 
ture of  about  20  degrees  below  freezing;  an 
atmosphere  in  which  no  fur-destroying  insect 
can  live.     An  inspection  is  solicited. 


Men's  Fine  Suits  of  tlie 
Latest  Summer  Mixture 


The  arrival  of  extensive  re-orders  places 
our  present  stock  in  splendid  condition 

Measured  by  every  standard,  whether  it  be  material  or  work- 
manship, whether  style  or  patterns,  our  Men's  Suits  prove  their 
superior  worth — prove  that  they  are  the  faultless  productions  of 
men  who  have  made  the  designing  and  making  of  men's  high- 
class  clothing  their  life  study,- and  have  been  wonderfully  suc- 
cessful in  their  attainments. 

Misses'  Shirt  Waist  Dresses 

Misses'  dimity  shirt  waist  dresses  in  combinations  of  white 
grounds  with  red,  blue  or  black  rings.     The  waist  cheap  at  16c. 


JONZTONE  BROK  CO. 


ECONOMY 
VERMONT 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


293 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


FRENCH    c^^fe^    TITLE 


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


25A50a  8  Point  French  Title  2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

METROPOLITAN  BANK  ASSOCIATION 

Millions  of  Resources  Greatest  Assets  and  Liabilities 

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20  A  41  a  12  Point  French  Title  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SCIENCE  IN  JOURNALISM 
Treatise  On  Electric  46  Developments 

10  A  21  a  20  Point  French  Title  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

FOREIGN  MARKET 

Agricultural  15  Shipment 


23  A  44a  10  Point  French  Title  S'At  lbs.,  $2.50 

MANCHESTER  MACHINE  COMPANY 

Manufacturers  of  Heavy  Farm  Implements 

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16A33a  14  Point  French  Title  4M  lbs.,  $3.00 

NATIONALS  ORGANIZED 
Lively  Game  94  Fair  Attendance 

ISA  30a  18  Point  French  Title  4%  lbs,  $3.25 

PROSPEROUS  MERCHANT 
Small  Profit  23  Numerous  Sales 


24  Point  French  Title 


5%  lbs.,  $3.55 


ELABORATE  AUTOMOBILE  EXHIBITION 

Great  Crowds  Witnessed  276  Grand  Speed  Contests 


30  Point  French  Title 


6%  lbs.,  $4.10 


BANDMEN  FURNISHED  UNIFORMS 

Soldiers  Reception  753  Paradise  Boulevard 


5A8a 


36  Point  French  Title 


6%  lbs.,  $4.30 


SUBMARINE  DISCOVERIES 

Sixteen  Mines  48  South  Harbors 


5A9a 


Point  French  Title 


lbs.,  $6.25 


POLITICAL  MEETINGS 

Comniissioners  23  Assembling 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


8M 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


FRENCH    -^^^ 


TITLE 


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


3A  4a 


60  Point  French  Title 


9'/i6  lbs.,  $5.75 


HUDSON  STREET 
Splendid  54  Investment 


72  Point  French  Title 


lOfi  lbs.,  $6.15 


FIERCE  FIRES 
Handsoine  8  Bnilding 


96  Point  French  Title.     (Cast  on  Point  Line) 


19%  lbs.,  $10.30 


PROTECT 
Three  7  Boys 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


MODERN 


TITLE 


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


21  A  40a  6  Point  Modern  Title      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THERE  IS  AN  UNUSUAL  AMOUNT 

Of  Obscurity  about  the  First  Printed  Books  and 

The  Lives  and  Works  of  Early  Printers 

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19  A  37a  9  Point  Modern  Title        2K  lbs.,  $2.50 

DARKTOWN  QUARTETTE 

Will  Sing  all  the  Latest  Coon  Songs 
Guitar  and  Mandolin  62  Concert 


18A  36a    •  8  Point  Modern  Title        2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

.FINE  DIAMOND  RINGS 

Handsome  Solid  Gold  Necklace  Durable 

Watch  Charm  and  Fine  Jewelry 

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16A  33a  10  Point  Modern  Title      S%  lbs.,  $2.50 

SOUTH  DAKOTA  FARMS 

Are  the  Largest  in  the  Country 
Seventeen  Cattle  75  Ranches 


17A34a 


11  Point  Modern  Title 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


ROBERTS  AND  PHILIPS  CIRCUS  IS  THE  BEST  ON  EARTH 

They  Have  the  Largest  and  Most  Complete  Menagerie  Ever  Exhibited 

Lions  Tigers  Elephants  Bears  Zebras  Buffalos  Monkeys  and  Hyenas 


12  Point  Modern  Title 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


HUNDREDS  OF  HOMELESS  CHILDREN 
Made  Very  Happy  Receiving  58  Useful  Handsome  Presents 


9A  17a 


18  Point  Modern  Title 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

FINEST  DIAMOND  EARRINGS 

Handsome  Solid  47  Gold  Durable  Watches 


6A  11a 


24  Point  Modern  Title 


5%  lbs.,  $3.60 


GRAND  CELEBRATION 

Spanish  and  Civil  38  War  Veterans 


30  Point  Modern  Title 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


EXPENSIVE  CAPES 

Beaver  Coats  63  and  Jackets 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MODERN    c^^fe^    TITLE 


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


36  Point  Modern  Title  S'/ii  lbs.,  $5.00 


RIVER  FRONT 

Commerce  84  Trade 


48  Point  Modern  Title  13 '/ii  lbs.,  $7.8S 


MONUMENT 
General  35  Grant 


60  Point  Modern  Title  15%  lbs.,  $9.40 


COLUMBIA 
Fairy  79  State 


72  Point  Modern  Title  19%  lbs.,  $11.45 


PIERCED 
Steep  8  Hill 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  297  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


MODERN 


TITLE 


r 


Hi 


RICO  GOLD 

MINING  COMPANY 

$10,000  ORE 

A  Permanent  Mine         Defined  Ledges 


Ten  leases  have  been  constantly 
developing  the  several  claims  of 
this  Company,  resulting"  in  the 
uncovering  of  $10,000  ore  which 
will  net  the  leasers  a  handsome 
income,  and  insure  large  returns 
to  the  Rico  Gold  Mining  Co. 

Rico  Gold  Pays 

Five  Gent  Monthly  Dividends 
on  Every  Share  of  Our  Stock 

Signal  to  Buy  is  Now 

Wire  your  reservations  for 
Stock  at  Our  Expense 


18  POINT  BORDER   NO.   536 


Getrich  Quick  Co 


SKIDOO,  NEVADA 


L, 


POINT  BORDER   NO.  490 


J 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  BISQUE 


NUMBER  TWO 


W 


W 


NEW  BISQUETTE 

SOAPS 

New  AromQS-New  Size  Cake 
Same  Price  15  Cents 


r 


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BISQUETTE 


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J 


Sample  Cake  Free 


j^ 


Use  II  Once-Youll  Be  Pleased  I 


For  Sale  at  Groceries  All  Over 


MADE  BY  BISQUETTE  SOAP  COMPANY,  WASHWELL,  IDAHO 


%  ,.PO,..eo.o.„,.o...o  M 


'^'^•(^^^^^■^^r^T^^^^r^r^^^^r^^^'^'^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^^^-^-^^^^-^-^- 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  BISQUE  «^P=>  NO,  2  SERIES 


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


20A40a        12  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2        3%  lbs.,  $2.7S 

PRINTERS  WAREHOUSE 

We  Furnish  the  Printer  with  the  Best 

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11  A  17a        20  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2       4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

EUROPEAN  HOTEL 
Steam  Heated  84  Rooms 


16  A  31  a         14  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2       45^6  lbs.,  $3.00 

LABOR  SAVING  GOODS 
Turn  wasted  time  into  Profits 

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7A  14a  24  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2         5%  lbs.,  $3.S0 

SUBSTITUTE 

Modern  52  Presses 


30  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2 


6»/f6  lbs.,  $4.05 


LADIES  COMFORT  SHOES 

Lace  Shoes  the  Best  37  on  the  IVIarket 


42  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2 


8%  lbs.,  $5.25 


GREATEST  VARIETY 

Nine  Handsome  23  Patterns  i 


48  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2 


lbs.,  $6.25 


TRUE  HARMONY 

EstaWlstied  in  5  Business 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIIMDLER'S 


300 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


m^ii 


LINING  BISQUE  «^^P5  NO,  2  SERIES 


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


4  A  6a  60  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2  HVs  lbs.,  $8.80 

COMMANDERS 

Northern  6  Province 

3  A  4a  72  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2  13 W6  lbs.,  $8.15 

CLEOPATRA 

Anclenl  3  Queens 

3  A  3 a  84  Point  Lining  Bisque  No.  2  15%  lbs.,  $8.95 

ENAMORS 

Artist  7  Models 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  301  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LINING  c^iPs  BISQUE 


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


25  A  10  Point  Lining  Bisque         1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

CRAFT  INVITED  TO  VISIT 

OUR  DISPLAY  ROOM  OF  FINE  TYPE 

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21  A  12  Point  Lining  Bisque  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

PRINTERS  SHOULD 

HAVE  OUR  NEW  LINE  TYPE 

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16A  18  Point  Lining  Bisque  3^6  lbs.,  $2.00 

TWELVE  THOUSAND  676  AND  EIGHTEEN  YEARS 

12A  20  Point  Lining  Bisque  37Y6  lbs.,  $2.25 

CYCLONES  ARE  68  VERY  DISTRUCTIVE 

9  A  30  Point  Lining  Bisque  4^6  lbs.,  $2.60 

THE  LONG  DREAMY  59  DAYS  PAST 

5A  36  Point  Lining  Bisque  4%  lbs.,  $2.90 

BRIGHT  43  SUNSHINE 


Point  Lining  Bisque  eYs  lbs.,  $3.80 


PICNIC  2  GROUNDS 

3  A  60  Point  Lining  Bisque  7%  lbs.,  $4.70 

MARCH  7  SALE 


72  Point  Lining  Bisque  85i  lbs.,  $5.05 


COLD  8  RAINS 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  302  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  FACADi 


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


31  A      12  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.  No.  1       P/s  lbs.,  $1.S0 

CHAMBER  OF  COMMERCE  BOILDING 
CONTAINING  HUNDREDS  OF  NEATLY  FURNISHED  OFFICES 

mmm 

12  A      30  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.  No    1      3%  lbs.,  $2.55 


miE 


11  A      36  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.  No.  1      3H  lbs.,  $2.75 


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25  A      18  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.  No.  1      2%  lbs.,  $2.00 


17  A      24  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.  No.  1     S^/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 


m[  i\  M  m  m 

10  A      42  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.  No.  1      454  lbs.,  $3.25 


48  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed  No.  1 


3?4  lbs.,  $3.85 


[Si  Si 


60  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed  No.  1 


ill  11  i 


3filbs.,  $3.65 


1 
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72  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed  No.  1 


1 
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JU  llliu  ULIi 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


FflCllDE   ^^S^  CONDENSED  SERIES 


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


25A50a       14  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.       3?'f'6  lbs.,  $3.00 

THE  MAN  WHO  PAYS  HIS  HONEST  DEBTS 

cao  secore  More  Finonciai  Hid  Ttioo  He  lo  Does  Noi 

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15  A  28a        24  Point  Lining  Facade  Cond.        4^  lbs.,  $3.50 


lOA  20a 


30  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 


5'/f6  lbs.,  $4.00 


36  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 


Ei  n  IVIHi  f[ 


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5'/i6  lbs.,  $4.25 


[S 


Is 


42  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 


7K  lbs.,  $5.25 


I 


Al 


54  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 


10%  lbs.,  $7.50 


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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIISIDLER'S 


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SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  FllGllDE   ^^^^  CONDENSED  SERIES 


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


60  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 


6K  lbs.,  $4.70 


72  Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 

A 


7-M'6  lbs.,  $4.90 


Point  Lining  Facade  Condensed 


8%  lbs.,  $5.30 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


305 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


SPIRE 


B^    NUMBERS 


Weigfhts  and  Prices  ifiven  are  Approximate;  see  pajre  2,     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


24  A  46a  12  Point  Spire  No.  5  3lu  lbs.,  $2.75 

TRESTLES  AND  RAILROAD  BRIDGES 

Steel  Constructed  587  Elevated  Rodds  of  Cbicdgo 

7  A  13a  30  Point  Spire  No.  5  5%  lbs,,  $4.00 

mrni  REPORT 

dudrds  Shot  45  Soldiers 


14A27a  18  Point  Spire  No,  5  4'4  lbs.,  $3.25 

MOTORS  ON  All  PRESSES 

Handsoine  Pressed  75  Steel  Cornices 

9A  19a  24  Point  Spire  No.  5  4^  lbs,  $3.50 

dLORIOUS  SUNSHINE 

Will  Cast  49  Rdiiiiint  Beniiis 


6A  Ua 


36  Point  Spire  No.  5 


5%  lbs.,  $4.35 


BlAUTirUL  WM  MOUNTAIN  SHRiBERY 

Summer  Resort  Opens  38  With  New  Attractioo 


4S  Point  Spire  No.  5 


9/8  lbs.,  $6.40 


i\uM  llappiDess  i  MmM  Um 


60  Point  Spire  No.  5 


83/16  lbs.,  $5.75 


iJuM  MviM ;  mnis 


72  Point  Spire  No.  5 


8M  lbs,  $5.75 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SPIRE    c^^^    NUMBERS 


A 


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Commencing  November  first,  Ninteen  Hundred  and  Ten,  in  our  (eiebrdted 

"One  Price"  Slioe  Store,  we  will  Offer  to  the  Public  d  most 

Edshiondble.  Up-To-Ddte  dnd  Exquisite  Line  of 

LADIES  AND  dtNTS 


fOOTWEAR 


Styles  and  Prices  to  Suit  tHe  most  Edstidious 


Eour  Doors  North 
of  tue  Post  Office 


CHARACTERS  FROM  SCROLL  BORDER   NO.    54 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


307 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


HEADLETTER   ^^^^   CONDENSED 


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


32  A  10  Point  Headletter  Cond.  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

FOURTH  OF  JULY  IS  LIKE  A  CRACKER  JACK 
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26A  14  Point  Headletter  Cond.  iVz  lbs.,  $1.75 

MONKEY  WRENCH  85  IS  NOT  NAMED 

19  A  18  Point  Headletter  Cond.  3  lbs.,  $2.00 

MAY  NEVER  68  CRACK  JOKES 

9A  36  Point  Headletter  Cond.  4%  lbs,  $2.75 


f  ALSE  4«  STORIES    RULED  BY  38  KINGS 


28A  12  Point  Headletter  Cond.  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

RELIEVED  OF  ILL  SMELLING  BREATHS 
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21  A  16  Point  Headletter  Cond.  2%  lbs.,  $1.75 

PUBLIC  SCHOOL  52  ESTABLISHED 

15  A  24  Point  Headletter  Cond.        3%  lbs.,  $2.50 

SOAP  MADE  74  IN  ITALY  I 


11  A  30  Point  Headletter  Cond.  ^^A^>  lbs.,  $2.50 


42  Point  Headletter  Condensed 


5^  lbs.,  $3.30 


LIGHT  CANDLE  84  TOO  THE  WICK 


9A 


48  Point  Headletter  Condensed 


(i%  lbs.,  $3.75 


LIMimiN  AND  K  LAW  STAMS 


54  Point  Headletter  Condensed 


iMb  lbs.,  $4.30 


(nm  l\  HESI  RULES 


\ 


3A 


60  Point  Headletter  Condensed 


M<b  lbs.,  $2.65 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER- MIXED  TYPE 


HEADLETTER 


CONDENSED 


SKOND  REPORT  ON  THE  TYPO  NATIONAL  BANK  OF  PRINTERDOM 
DISPERSES  CLAIMS  THAT  THERE  IS  NO  MONEY  IN  THE 
PRINTING  BUSINESS  AND  ESTIMATES  ACTUAL  PROFIT 


PRINTERS  ALL  CREDIT  THE  POINT  SYSTEM 


CHAIRMAN  PICA  SAYS  AGGREGATE  IS  OVER  $12,500  FOR  THE  CURRENT  YEAR 


Printerdom  has  a  justly  proud  and  I  the  greater  facility  with  which  point 
self-satisfied  lot  of  printer  men  today  system  type  justifies  in  the  stick  and 
since  proof  has  been  shown  that  they  I  the  compositor's  time  saved  thereby  is 


SUN  HASJW  TYPES 

DRESS  OF  POINT  SYSTEM  FACES 

FOR  THE  PAPER  AND  JOB 

OFFICE  ENLARGED 


ALLOW  10  CENTS  ON  METAL 


PURCHASE  ON  ACTUAL  WEIGHT  BASIS 


Every  employe  as  well  as  the  happy 
owner  of  The  Sun  rejoices  in  the  past 
year's  success  and  feels  an  honest  and 
rightful  satisfaction  in  being-  able  to 
claim  a  share.  Their  reward  will  be  a 
banquet  this  evening-  and  a  continued 
inspiration  in  which  the  new  material 
is  proving-  itself  exceptional.   Type  on 


E  THEATRE 


Messrs.  Tinsel  &  Dazzle  present  the 

NEWEST  BURLESQUE  AND  COMEDY 

ON  m  ISLE 
Of  SEASAME 

WITH  A  SPLENDID  CAST  INCLUDING 

MAE  FLYE  AND  TED  WHITE 

Summer  Prices:  25,  50,  and  75  cents 

SUNDAY:  FRIEND  OR  fOE? 


THE 

BEST 

lEnER 

EOR 

HEADS 


STAMPS 


POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


309 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


GUARD 


SERIES 


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


18  A  36a  6  Point  Guard  I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

NEW  MOWN  HAY  MEADOWS- 

Green  Fields  of  Wheat  Oats  and  Corn  Make 

The  Good  Old  Farnners  Feel  Happy 

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15A30a  10  Point  Guard  3 'ni  lbs.,  $2.50 

SHORT  ARTICLES 
Accounts  of  35  Book   Makers 

7A  15a  18  Point  Guard  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

OLD  POEMS 

Modern  75  Books 


16A32a  8  Point  Guard  2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

FARM   LABOR  MADE 

Easy  by  New   Improved  Machinery 

Now  Being  Sold  by  Merchants 

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12A  25a 


12  Point  Guard 


3%  lbs.,  $2.25 


SOMETHING  GOOD 
Today  for  92  the   Ladies 

5  A  9a  24  Point  Guard  S^Yb  lbs,  $3.50 

HATTER 
Boys  38  Hats 


30  Point  Guard 


6'hb  lbs.,  $4.25 


DEEPEST  DEPTH 
Belo^v  Deep  B9  Blue  Sea 


36  Point  Guard 


8^8  lbs.,  $5.00 


PIKES  PEAK 

Perpetual  6  Snow 


48  Point  Guard 


12%  lbs.,  $7.15 


CHANGE 

Fine  3  Design 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


310 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  CELTIC 


NUMBER! 


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


22  A  6  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1  K  lb.,  $1.00 

GENUINE  AFRICAN  DIAMONDS 

WASH  THEM  IN  PURE  CRYSTALIZED  WATER 

SHINING  SPARKLING  GLISTENING 

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21  A  10  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1       iJi  lbs.,  $1.4S 

FINANCIAL  AGENTS 

COMMISSION  AND  BROKERS 

MEMBERS  46  EXCHANGE 


22  A  8  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1  \}i  lbs.,  $1.25 

WALL  STREET  BROKERS 

RAILWAY  SECURITIES  AND  BONDS 

STOCKS  AND   REAL   ESTATE 

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17  A  12  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1      2^/(<>  lbs,,  $1.75 

FINE  GARDENS 

AMERICAN  ROSE  BUDS 

SWEET  82  VIOLETS 


14  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1 


25^2  lbs.,  $1.75 


LEADING  OFFICERS  IN  SERVICE 

GENERAL  SHERMAN   AND  WASHINTON 

GREATEST  FIGHTING  86  STRATEGISTS 


18  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


VESUVIAN  ERUPTION  • 
BIG  ITALIAN  45  CATASTROPHE 


24  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1 


4  lbs.,  $2.55 


MISTY  FOUNTAIN 
SLOWLY  78  FLOWING 


30  Point  Lining  Celtic  No.  1 


4«i'6  lbs.,  $3.00 


ACQUISITIONS 
CARPET  9  FOUND 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


311 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  NORMAN 


CONDENSED  SERIES 


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


26  A        8  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed     1%  lbs.,  $1.25 

MANY  LARGE  STEAM  BOATS 

TRAVEL  THE  GREAT  LAKES  EVERY  DAY 

AFFORDING  PLEASANT  JOURNEYS 

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26A       10  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed     l'K6  lbs.,  $1.40 

PROGRESS  IN  BUSINESS 

MEANS  AN  INCREASE  IN  WEALTH 

COSTLY  HOMES  AND  STORES 

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21A 


12  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed 


2'Xb  lbs.,  $1.50 


SEEING  THE  SIGHTS  IN  OUR  LEADING  CITIES 
IS  ENJOYMENT  WHICH  PEOPLE  927  TAKE  GREAT  PLEASURE  IN 


ISA 


16  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed 


2%  lbs.,  $1.75 


MUSICIANS  IN  THE  THEATRE 
FURNISH  FINE  MUSIC  53  FOR  THOSE  ASSEMBLED 


llA 


20  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed 


3?-f6  lbs,,  $2.35 


MAGNIFICENT  NEW  RESIDENCE 
BUILT  FROM  THE  7  FINEST  OF  .MARBLE 


10  A 


24  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed 


3%  lbs.,  $2.50 


DANCING  ACADEMY 
GRAND  8  MASQUERADE  3  BALL 


6A 


35  Point  Lining  Norman  Condensed 


4?4  lbs.,  $2.75 


u 


H 


H 


H 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


31S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING 


NADALL 


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


40  A  6  Point  Lining  Nadall  No.  1  ?i  lb.,  $1.00 

StNATOBS   ABC    PBOrOUND    IN    SPCAKIN&    AND    DtBATt 

SPttCntS    MADE    6Y    tMINCNT    MtN    TOD    AND    AGAINST   MANY   NtW    BILLS 

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25  A  6  Point  Lining  Nadall  No.  3  K  lb.,  $1.00 

PEBSONAL  AND  nSTIC  ABGUMENTS 

MOUNTAIN  SCENEBY  6  SKILLPUl^LY  BEPBODUCED 

16A  12  Point  Lining  Nadall  2'Ab  lbs.,  $1.50 

BOCK  or  AGES 
WEAK  AND  Q  EmCICNT 


32  A  6  Point  Lining  Nadall  No.  2  H  \h.,  $1.00 

STATESMEN  ENTANOl^CD  WITH  EINANCIAL  PEOBL'EMS 

TWENTY  MimON  BUSMtUS  OE  WMEAT  BAISED  IN  MANITOBA 

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24A  8  Point  Lining  Nadall  'iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

BUSINESS  EDUCATION  SChOOE 
BIVEBDALE  UNIVEBSITY  5  COEOBADO 

20  A  10  Point  Lining  Nadall  iK  lbs.,  $1.40 

MEXICAN  INDIAN  TBIBE 
VISITING  PABIS  5  EXPOSITION 


18  Point  Lining  Nadall 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


KING  or  SPAIN  AND  PPINCESS 
MULTITUDES  MAIE  0  BBIDAE  GOUPEE 


24  Point  Lining  Nadall 


"4^8  lbs.,  $2.65 


ELOBIDA  OSTEICIi  5  EABM 


CATALOGUE 
SPBING     1^^^^     SUMMEB 
,    IQOO 


EAShlONS  EMPOBIUM 

DESIGNEES  AND  MAKEBS  OE 

COSTUMES,  TAILOB'MADE  SUITS 


NO.  2542  FASTIDIOUS  BOUEEVABD  SOUTh 

ATTIEEVILLE 

FLORETTE  BORDER  AND  VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    70  USED. 


?t^d§^''$^^^*5^^t»^ri^^S%'^^^^^^^^ 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY 


313 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING    ^^H^    SPENSER 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate:  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line, 


28A  6  Point  Liningf  Spenser  ^  lb.,  $1.00 

THEY  COST  LIKE  THE  VERY  MISCHIEF 

FLOWERS  THAT  BLOOM  IN  THE  MILLINERS  GARDENS 

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28  A  8  Point  LininK  Spenser  IK  lbs.,  $1.25 

RETURN  OF  THE  YOUNG  SOLDIER 
STORIES  TOLD  OF  THE  BLOODY  ENCOUNTER 
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20A  12  Point  Lining  Spenser  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

THE  CHOICEST  ESSAYS 


24  A  10  Point  Lining  Spenser  l"i'6  lbs.,  $1.40 

BOYS  SEEKING  KNOWLEDGE 
FOLLOWING  54  WESTERN  COWBOYS      i      EIGHTEEN  GIRL  7  GRADUATES 


15  A  18  Point  Lining  Spenser  S'u  lbs.,  $2.05 

SWEET  MOWN  HAY  AND  CLOVER 
GLORIOUS  SUMMER  5  MEADOW  BLOOMING 

10 A  24  Point  Lining  Spenser  VAt  lbs.,  $2.70 

THE  CHICAGO  6  CITY  LIBRARIES 

8A  30  Point  Lining  Spenser  5  lbs.,  $3.10 

EXCURSION  5  STEAMERS 

7A  36  Point  Lining  Spenser  6^  lbs.,  $4.00 

GREATER  §  BARGAIN 


Point  Lining  Spenser  854  lbs.,  $5.20 


LUNCHES  4  SERVED 


60  Point  Lining  Spenser  75/8  lbs.,  $4.55 


RAPID  3  GAINS 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  314  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


I 


LINING    c^^fe^   SPENSER 


STRATH  MUTH 


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STRANGE  STORY  OF 
A  YOUNG  CITY  GIRL 
WHO  FORSAKES  VAST 
INCOME  TO  BECOME 
THE  WIFE  OF  A  THIEF 


PUBLISHED  BY 

THE  WRIGHT  PUBLISHING  CO. 

MARTINE.  PA. 


VOGUE   ORNAMENT   NO.    161,    60C. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  315  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


HININGWIDE   C^^^^   SPENSER 


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


16A  6  Point  Lining  Wide  Spenser  %  lb.,  $1.05 

SUBURBAN   RAIL.FPOAD 

OPF'ICIAL.S  ARE  RUSHING  ^EW 

RURAL.   ELEVATED    ROADS 


16  A        10  Point  Lining  Wide  Spenser        iK  lbs.,  $1.4S 

PRINTTING  PRESS 
PACnrORY  REMIODLED 


12  A  12  Point  Lining  Wide  Spenser  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

INDIAN   NAVIGATION  COMPANY 

FIRST  CLASS   PASSENGER  STEAMERS 

TOURING  THE  SS7  ENTIRE  GLOBE 

8  A  18  Point  Lining  Wide  Spenser  3^  lbs.,  $2.15 

MUSICAL  DIRECTOR 

CONVENTION  ATTRACTS 

SEVERAL  4^  THOUSAND 

6  A  24  Point  Lining  Wide  Spenser  4H  lbs.,  $2.65 

WILD  FLOWERS 

FAVORITE  GARDEN 

ROSES  S  VIOLETS 

5A  30  Point  Lining  Wide  Spenser  4%  lbs.,  $3.00 

RICH  MEN 
BUILD  6  HOUSE 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S        *  816  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING 


STERLING 


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


18A  6  Point  Lining  Sterlins  %  lb.,  $1.00 

NEVfiDrt  MINING  COMPANY 

GOUD  SIL.VER  COflL.  ORE  AND  ZING 

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16A  10  Point  Lining  Sterling  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

S-HETLRND  PONIES 
INTELLIGENT  3  RNIMRLS 

6A  24  Point  Lining  Sterling  4'/-i'6  lbs.,  $2.60 

GRNDY 

TEN  6  PIN 


17A  8  Point  Lining  Sterling  IM  lbs.,  $1.25 

STEf\MBOf\T  EXCURSION 

EVERY  TUESDf\Y  5  EVENING 

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13  A  12  Point  Lining  Sterling  2 '/fb  lbs.,  $1.50 

SILVER  Wf\TGH 
DIAMOND  2  RINGS 


9  A  20  Point  Lining  Sterling 


lbs.,  $2.25 


COUNTER 
BOYS  4  GflP 


30  Point  Lining  Sterling 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


LITTLE  GMILD 
Ff\ITfi  7  Gfif\RITY 


36  Point  Lining  Sterling 


e^ii  lbs.,  $4.25 


Lf\RGE  MfVN 
GOf\T  8  GOWS 


48  Point  Lining  Sterling 


85/4  lbs.,  $5.00 


OLD  Cf\T 
FINE  9  BIRD 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING    c^^^    VULCAN 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I-ine. 


19A  8  Point  Lining  Vulcan  1%  lbs.,  $1.30 

NATIONAL  ASSOCIATION  OF  YACHTSMEN 

SCIENTIFIC  MEANS  OF  MANIPULATING  ANY  GASOLINE    LAUNCH 

MANY  USEFUL  HINTS  ON  35   FISHING  WITHOUT  A  HOOK 


16A  10  Point  Lining  Vulcan  l?i  lbs.,  $1.45 

NEWT  AUTOMATIC   SEW^ING  MACHINE 

COMPLETEST  MACHINES  ON  THIS  CONTINENT 

THOMAS   W^ILLIAMSON  33   LOCAL  AGENT 

llA  14  Point  Lining  Vulcan  2]4  lbs.,  $1.7S 

PLEASANT  LAKE  OUTING 

SLEPT   NIGHTLY   ON  THE  LOUNGE 

MANY  HEALTHY  84  PEOPLE 

9A  18  Point  Lining  Vulcan  3^.4  lbs.,  $2.10 

COUNCIL  MEETINGS 

AUGUST   THE   SIXTEENTH 

SAVINGS  72  ACCOUNTS 

6A  30  Point  Lining  Vulcan  SH  lbs.,  $3.20 

FANCY  SUITS 

LATEST  CLOTHING 

W^HITE  23  VESTS 

BARNHART  BROS.  A.  SPINDLER'S  818  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


t 

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LINING 


MAYO 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I-ine. 


21  A  6  Point  Lining  Mayo  No.  1  K  lb.,  $1.00 

EVERY  MAN  HAS  HIS  DOUBLE 

BUTTHECONTORTIONIST HAS  SEVERAL 

YOU  WOULD  THINK  HIM  RUBBER 

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ISA  10  Point  Lining  Mayo  l?i  lbs.,  $1.45 

BRIGHT  MOMENT 

SUPPER    OR   DINNER 

MOTHER  a  COOKS 


17A  6  Point  Lining  Mayo  No.  2  ^Ib.,  $1.00 

NEKVE   SPLITTING    MUSIC 

MOSQUITOES  IN  SLEEPING  CARS 

THE  GOOD  OLD  SUMMER  TIME 

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8  Point  Lining  Mayo 


l5/f6  lbs.,  $1.30 


CREATEST  HONOR 

CANDIDATES  NOMINATED 

rOR  THE  G  JUDGESHIf 


12  Point  Lining  Mayo 


2'Y6  lbs.,  $1.S0 


EXCELLENT  PROGRAMME 

THE   TROMBONE  SOLOISTS  MUSICAL 

GRAND  8  SUCCESS  TUESDAY 


16  Point  Lining  Mayo 


2%  lbs.,  $1.80 


PUTS  ON  GREAT  AIRS 

OUR  MAJOR  BEATS  THE  BAND 

HAS  THE  6  NICEST  GIRL 


18  Point  Lining  Mayo 


S'xfi  lbs.,  $2.05 


GRAND  MUSICAL 
EVENING    4    CONCERTS 


24  Point  Lining  Mayo 


45i6  lbs.,  $2.75 


LEMON  TREES 
ORANGE  3  GROVE 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LININO 


AROADE 


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


21 A  6  Point  Lining  Arcade  H  lb.,  $1.00 

I^AROB  HORSE>   AKD  OATTLE  OAR. 

lADLY  WRECKED  NEAR  BENTON   HARBOR 

XVTBN'TY  THOUSAND  DOLLARS   LOST 

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II  A  14  Point  Lining  Arcade         2%  lbs.,  $1.75 

SUN  BATH 

EIGHT  CENTS 

FREE  52  RUB 


18A  8  Point  Lining  Arcade         IK  lbs.,  $1.25 

PERFECTION  CORSETS 

ONLY  EXPERIENCED  CLERKS 

ONE  L/ADY  MODEL.  WANTED 

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13  A  10  Point  Lining  Arcade  IK  lbs.,  $1.40 

SPRINO   L.AIS/LB 

OHOIOE   TURKEYS 

RRESH  456  IS/LII^K 


7A 


18  Point  Lining  Arcade 


3^  lbs.,  $2.15 


RRRSH  OYSTRRS 
CANNHD  72  L/OBSTRR 


24  Point  Lining  Arcade 


i^Ai  lbs.,  $2.65 


4A 


36  Point  Lining  Arcade 


63/6  lbs.,  $3.85 


WIL^D  MAN 
BL^UB  8  sJAY 


54  Point  Lining  Arcade 


ll^4b  lbs.,  $6.80 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


320 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING 


TASSO 


Weights  ami  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I-ine. 


21 A  5  Point  Lining  Tasso  Ji  lb,  $1.00 

GONTRAGTORS  AND  BUILDERS 

NEARLY  FORTY  TWO  SUGGESSFUL  YEARS 

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16A  12  Point  Lining  Tasso       2/16  lbs.,  $1.5S 

BEST  MATERIALS 
SHOW  7TMEMSELUES 


20A  8  Point  Lining  Tasso        IK  lbs.,  $1.25 

BLAGK  UALLEY  COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS  OF  BICYCLES 

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18  A  10  Point  Lining  Tasso         \^A  lbs.,  $1.45 

ELECTRIC  WELDED 
STEEL  CHASE  83  IS  BEST 


18  Point  Lining  Tasso 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


BEYOND  THE  ALPS  LIES  ITALY 
KEEP  THE   FRIEND  6  THOU    HAST 


24  Point  Lining  Tasso 


4^/16  lbs.,  $2.70 


WELCOME  S/iOWER 
GMRNGE  5  RTMOSPhERE 


SEASONS 
1906-07 

ARTISTS 
BUILDING 

FINNIGANS 
SCHOOL  OF 

MUSG-DKMMM 
RKT 

CLASSES    OPEN 
JANUARY  FIFTH 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LINING 


STILLSON 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I.ine. 


33  A  6  Point  Lining  Stillson  No.  1       916  lb.,  $1.00 

NEWJPAPEIL  CORREiPONDENTi   ENDURE  GREAT 

HARDiHIPJ    WHEN    TRAVELING    THROUGH   iTRANOE    LANDJ 

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22  A  6  Point  Lining  Stillson  No.  3       W6  lb.,  $1.00 

SHORT  STORIES  FOR.  THE,  CHILDREN 

ENTERTAINING  FROM   425   START  TO  FINISH 

18  A  10  Point  Lining  Stillson  iK  lbs.,  $1.40 

FLORAL  ASSOCIATION 
PLANTING  469  SHRUBBERY 


25  A  6  Point  Lining  Stillson  No.  2       %  lb.,  $1.00 

BICYCLED  WITH  COAJTER.  BREAK.S 

ARE    VERY  .SERVICEABLE    FOR.    HILL    CLIMBINO 

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20  A  8  Point  Lining  Stillson  \}i  lbs.,  $1.25 

NEW  OAMEJ  FOK  BOTJ 
TOUR^  CHOICE  234  TEN  CENTJ 

16A  12  Point  Lining  Stillson  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

JAPANESE  SAILOR. 
SEVEN  5  BATTLESHIPS 


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18  Point  Lining  Stillson 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


WAR  DECLARED  IN  THE  EAiT 
iOLDIERi  RUiH  7  TO  THE  FRONT 


8A 


24  Point  Lining  Stillson 


4  lbs.,  $2.55 


TBRRIBLE  DISASTER 
riANY  PEOPLE  4  MAIMED 


30  Point  Lining  Stillson 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


CONNUTRITIOUvS 
MENTAL  6  ACTION 


5A 


36  Point  Lining  Stillson 


6%  lbs.,  $3.75 


THEOLOGY 
COLLEGE  3  GIRL 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING 


STILLSON 


mfi  WEEKLY 

SUNBEAM 


A  PUBLICATION  OF 
PERGONAL  POINTS 
PERTAINING  TO 
PARTICULAR  PEOPLE 


JUNE: 


PUBLISHED  BTTHE, 

BRIGHT  SIDE  ENTERTAINING  CLUB 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    184,   7aC. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


323 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


STATIONERS 


PLATE  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Lii 


35A        6  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  1     ^  lb.,  $1.00 

LATEST    PARI.IAMENTAS7    PSOCEZDINGS 

UNITED    STATES  TEEAStlKY    DEPARTMENT   DAILY  REPORT 

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27A        6  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  3     Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

BUSINESS  PROSPERITY  IN  MEXICO 
FORTY  THOUSAND  ACRES  OF  CORN  AND  RYE 

23  A        6  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  5     Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

KENTUCKY  LIVE  STOCK  EXHIBIT 
THOROUGHBRED  45  HORSES  AND  DOGS 


32A        6  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  2     Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

REAL   ESTATE   AND    FIRE    INSURANCE 

MONEY  LOANED  ON  FURNITURE  AT  FIVE  PER  CENT 

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24  A        6  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  4    ^  lb,  $1.00 

BEAUTIFUL  SCENIC  PRODUCTION 
REALISTIC  FARM  SCENE  IN  THE  GREAT 

22  A      8  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  6  XYa,  lbs.,  $1.2S 

BUSY  BEE  LUNCH  ROOM 
SUPPER  FROM  89  SIX  TO  NINE 


18A      8  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  7  154  lbs.,  $1.25        ;        17 A     10  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  8  l^/,  lbs.,  $1.40 

MORNING  SERVICE  |  ILLUSTRATED 

ELEVATED  6  RAILROADS  MONTHLY    3    JOURNAL 


12  Point  Stationers  Plate  No.  9 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


THE  15  GREAT  TRANSCONTINENTAL  ROADS 


CHARACTERS       LT       LY       AT       CONTAINED    IN    FONT. 


MRS.  ASHTON  LAURENCE 


1212  HAHYARD  STREET 


UMILTON,  M.  D. 


MR.  H. 


AGENT 
WESTERN  MACHINE 


inCAGO 


AMERICAN  DRIVING  CLUB 

WEST  SIDE  OF  PARK 


624  NORTH  RACINE   STREET 


THORNDYKE 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING   c^^fe^   RACINE 


Weigrhts  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


24  A  6  Point  Lining  Racine  No.  1        %  lb.,  $1.00 

/nODERN  nO/AES  FOR  SALE  CHEAP 

FIFTEEN  MINUTES  RIDE  PROn  THE  POST  OFFICE 

NICE  LAWNS  FRUIT  TREES  AND  SHRUBBERY 

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21 A  8  Point  Lining  Racine  \%  lb.,  $L2S 

BARGAINS  IN  CUT  GLASS 

rURNlTURE  STOVES  AND  TRUITS 

BREAD  TEN  42  CENTS  A  LOAE 


22  A  6  Point  Lining  Racine  No.  2        %  lb.,  $L00 

SALE  OP  TANCY  DRESS  SUITS 

CO/AAVENCING  nONDAY  SEPTEnBER  EIRST 

ALL  GOODS  SOLD  AT  REDUCED  PRICES 

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19  A  10  Point  Lining  Racine  iH  lb.,  $1.40 

STOCK  EXCHANGE 

BUREAU  EOR  INEORnATION 

CHILDS  98  COMPLAINTS 


12  Point  Lining  Racine 


2%  lbs.,  $1.50 


WILLOUGUBY  RlGMTWORTn  LONGINGTON 

TEACHER  OE  MATME/nATlCS  ERENCM  AND  GREEK 

ROOMS  SEVEN  AND  32  EIGHT  WRENNS  BLOCK 


18  Point  Lining  Racine 


378  lbs.,  $2.05 


USErUL  CMRlST/nAS  GlETS 

CRAVATS  GLOVES  EANCY  SHIRTS 

OVERCOATS  OR  6  UMBRELLAS 


24  Point  Lining  Racine 


4!-ii  lbs,  $2.60 


EASE  AND  COnrORT 
RAINY  WEATHER  3  SHOES 


30  Point  Lining  Racine 


SH  lbs.,  $3.35 


STORE  riXTURES 
GROCERS  8  SUPPLIES 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


325 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LINING 


MENU 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.      Cast  on  Cap  IJne. 


29  A  6  Point  Lining  Menu  No.  1      'ii6  lb.,  $1.00 

ROUND   STEAK    AND   GREEN    ONIONS 

DELICIOUS    STRAWBERRIES    WITH    ICE    CREAM 

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20A  6  Point  Lining  Menu  No.  3       H  lb.,  $1.00 

FANCY   MIXED   FRUIT  CAKE 
BLUE  POINTS  ON  45  HALF  SHELL 


23  A  6  point  Lining  Menu  No.  2      '^la  lb.,  $1.00 

CORNED   BEEF   AND  CABBAGE 

RICH    BEAN    SOUP    VSTITH    MUSHROOMS 

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22  A  8  Point  Lining  Menu  No.  4     iK  lbs.,  $1.25 

FRESH  BEEF  SAUSAGE 
CHERRY  AND  35   MINCE   PIES 


17A 


10  Point  Lining  Menu  No.  5 


1%  lbs.,  $1.40 


GERMAN  LETTUCE  WITH  4  SCALLOPED  OYSTERS 

16A  12  Point  Lining  Menu  No.  6  2  lbs.,  $1.S0 

STRICTLY  FRESH  9  CREAMERY  BUTTERS 

13A  12  Point  Lining  Menu  No.  7  2'/i6  lbs.,  $1.50 

SWEET  CORN  8  FROM  THE  FIELD 


ADDING  A  SHOE  STOCK 

DURING  THE  PAST  YEAR  WE  HAVE  OPENED  MANY  NEW 
ACCOUNTS     WITH     CUSTOMERS    WHO    HAVE    NOT    BEEN 
HANDLING  SHOES.     WE  BELIEVE  MANY  OTHERS  WOULD 
OPEN  A  SHOE  DEPARTMENT  IF  THEY  KNEW  HOW  LITTLE 
SPACE   AND  CAPITAL    ARE    NEEDED   FOR   IT;  HOW   EASY 
AND    PROFITABLE    IT    IS    TO    HANDLE    SHOES,    AND    HOW 
MUCH   IT   HELPS   OTHER    BUSINESS.     IT    MIGHT    ALMOST 
BE  SAID  THAT  THE  SELLING  OF  "OPENING"  STOCKS  IS 
A    SPECIALTY     WITH    US;    WE     ARE     CERTAINLY     WELL 
.  EQUIPPED  FOR  IT.     WE  OWN  AND  OPERATE  ONE  OF  THE 
■     MOST  DISTINCT  SPECIALIZED  FACTORIES  ;  AND  OPERATE 
UNDER    CONTRACT   A    LARGE    RUBBER    MILL.     WE    MAKE 
ONE  OF  THE  MOST  COMPLETE  LINES  FROM   THE   FINEST 
DRESS  SHOE  TO  THE  HEAVIEST  WORK  AND  PLOW  SHOE 

CASHMAN   SHOE  COMPANY 

LEATHERVILLE 

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BARNHART   BROS.  &    SPINDLER'S 


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SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING 


MENU 


LITTLENECK  CLAMS 

CELERY  OLIVES  PICKLES 


CLEAR  GREEN  TURTLE 


PLANKED  WHITEFISH 

POTATOES    HOLLAND^ISE  CUCUMBER    SALAD 


MUSHROOM  PATTIES 


FILLET    OF    BEEF,    BROWNED    POTATOES 

FRENCH  PEAS         LIMA  BEANS        CAULIFLOWER 


RASPBERRY  SHERBET 


ROAST  YOUNG  TURKEY 

CRANBERRY    SAUCE  HUBBARD    SQUASH 


ENGLISH  PLUM  PUDDING 

BRANDY    SAUCE  HOT    MiNCE    PIE 


COFFEE 

CHEESE  CRACKERS 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    ng     7i,C. 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.  120,    75C. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


327 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


EKGRiVVERS 


TITLE  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  pa^e  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


25  A  6  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  1       K  lb.,  $1.00 

KIVGRAVERS   TITLE    UNIVER8Al.LV 

CONCEDED    TO    BE    THE    MOST    USEFUL.    FACE    IN 

THE    MODERN    EQUIPPED    PRINTING    OFFICE 

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16  A  6  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  2       M  lb.,  $1.00 

MONSIEUR  CARL  HIGHSTEP 

A.CADEMY  OP  DANCE  AVHIRLIGIG 

FREE  LESSONS  57  FOR  OLD  MEN 

ISA  8  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  4     IM  lbs.,  $1.25 

LABOR  SAVIIVG 
SLUGS  LEADS  78  RULES 

11  A  12  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  7  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

BRASS  RULE 
BEST  5  QUALITY 


20  A  6  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  1%     K  lb.,  $1.00 

THIS    NEW    FACE    RECOMMENDED 

BEING   XJNEQUALED   FOR   SOCIETY   AND 

ALL   KINDS  OF  COMMERCIAL  WORK 

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17A  8  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  3     IM  lbs.,  $1.25 

DOOLITTLE   AND   BU>I 

PROIMOTERS  OF  THE  NEVER 

SWEAT  32  BOATING  CLUB 


14A 


10  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  5      1%  lbs.,  $1.40 


GOOD  PRESSES 
BABCOCK:  6  OPTIMUS 

12  A  10  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  6  l%lbs.,  $1.40 

MAIVDOLIIVS 
JBAIVD  25  COIVCERT 


10  A 


12  Point  Engravers' Title  No.  8 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


SHADE  OF  THE  OLD  IMAPLE 
DOTV^N  OIV  THE  76  COUNTRY  ROAD 


9A 


14  Point  Engravers  Title 


2%  lbs.,  $1.75 


HISTORICAL  SOCIETY 
KEW  SUBJECTS   32   TOIVIGHT 


18  Point  Engravers  Title 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


FLO^VER  GARDEIVS 
STRAIVGERS  5   RESORTS 


24  Point  Engravers  Title 


lbs.,  $2.80 


LUNCH  ROOJVl 
SIXTY  4  TABLES 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


328 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


EIVGRAVERS 


TITLE  SERIES 


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OKE  PIIVT 
CREAIM 

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MODISTK 


TREMONT    1>L,ACE 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


339 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ENGRAVERS  ROMAN 


CONDENSED  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I-ine. 


48  A        6  Point  Engravers  Roman  Cond.  No.  1   Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

FIVE  THOUSAND  LABORERS  WANTED  TO  UNLOAD  BIO  LUMBER  BARGES 

APPLY    BY    NAIL  OR    PERSON  TO  RUTLEY  BROTHERS  AND  HOLMES  CONTRACTING    COMPANY 

THREE  HUNDRED  AND   EIGHTY   ATWATER  STREET  CORNER   GREENWOOD  AVENUE 

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29A        6  Point  Engravers  Roman  Cond.  No.  4   ?<  lb.,  $1.00 

THERE  WILL  BE  NO  MEETING  OF  THE  VESTRY 

DURING  THE  SUMMER  MONTHS  OF  JULY  AND  AUGUST 

THE  FIRSf  MEETING  BEGINS  6a3  SEPTEMBER  FIRST 


42  A        6  Point  Engravers  Roman  Cond.  No.  2   ^  lb.,  $1.00 

FRANCES  HENDERSON  SCHOOL  OF  SCIENCE  AND  DRAMATIC  ART 

SPECIAL  RATES  FOR  PEOPLE  FROM  ABROAD   DURING  AUGUST  AND   SEPTEMBER 

OUR  TWENTY'  TWO  STORY  BUILDING  IS  SITUATED  ON  NORTH  OAK  GROVE 

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37  A        6  Point  Engravers  Roman  Cond.  No.  3   K  lb,  $1.00 

YOURSELF  AND  COMPANY  ARE  URGED  TO  PRESENT 

YOURSELVES  AT  OUR  MONTHLY  GATHERING  IN  NORTHWOODS  HALL 

SATURDAY  AFTERNOON  THE  341)  SEVENTH  DAY  OF  OCTOBER 


25A  8  Point  Engravers  Roman  Condensed  \%  lbs.,  $1.25 

THOMPSON  AND  WHITEHEAD  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLY  COMPANY  LIMITED 

HAS  MOVED  TO  ITS  NEW  BUILDING  POUR  HUNDRED  AND  THIRTEEN  HAWKINS  STREET 

HEREAFTER  THE  ENTIRE  ESTABLISHMENT  527  WILL  CLOSE  AT  NOON  SATURDAYS 


25  A 


10  Point  Engravers  Roman  Condensed 


1%  lbs.,  $1.40 


MANY  AMERICANS  ARE  ABROAD  ENJOYING  THEMSELVES 

WHILE  THE  REST  OF  US  CONTENT  OURSELVES  WITH  OUR  DAILY  TOIL 

TRIPS  TO  FOREIGN  LANDS  ARE  389  RAVED  FOR  NOW  A  DAYS 


12  Point  Engravers  Roman  Condensed 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


OUR  SISTER  MARTHAS  TRIP  TO  PARADISE 

WRITTEN  BY  REAL  GOODBOY  AUTHOR  OF  SWEET  ALICE 

MOST  SENSATIONAL  462  STORIES  EVER  PUBLISHED 


llA 


18  Point  Engravers  Roman  Condensed 


3  lbs.,  $2.00 


SHREVES  HARP  ORCHESTRA 
WORLDS  MOST  35  FAMOUS  HARPERS 


24  Point  Engravers  Roman  Condensed 


4'/i6  lbs.,  $2.60 


MACHINE  BUILDERS 
GLENGARY  82  NEBRASKA 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


330 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


ENGRAVERS  ROMAN   C^^^^   CONDENSED  SERIES 


Colonel  Wallie  Hunter,  proprietor 


Long  Distance  Telephone.  Springs  577 


The  Orioinal  resort  in  The  Bad  Lands  foot  Hills 


THE  HUNTSMAN'S  HOTEL 


Big  Game 

Excellent  Fishin 


Fir 


ECONOMY 

BEING  LETTERS 
FROM  PRINTERS 

ENDORSING  POINT-SYSTEM 

TYPES 


I 


1905 

THE  FOUNDRY  PRESS 

POINT-LINE 


AKOTA 


MONDAY 


For  the  Benefit  of  The  Building  Fund 

LAKOTA  COUNTY  POLO  CLUB 

MONDAY  AND  WEDNESDAY  AUGUST  4-6.  1907 

eight  O'CLOCK 

Balcony  Admission  75  Cents 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LI]>^.  EJNTGRAVERS 


ROMAN  SERIES 


Weigrhts  and  Pnces  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  I-ine. 


34A      6  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  No.  1     %  lb.,  $1.00 

THERB  IS  A   SDPERSTITIOX  IN  THB  PTJBHC 

HIND   THAT   POOR    SPE£.L.rNO    IS  A  MASK  OF  lOXORANCE:  THEKB 

ARK  MAirr  MB77  IVHO  ARE  EVER  READ7  OTO  KNOCK 

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18  A      6  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  No.  3     ?i  lb.,  $1.00 

DESIRE  TO  yV^JN  A  OOOD  XAME 

MAKE    ERIE>rr>S    EVSTEAD    OF    FOES 

BE  HOIVORABLE  26  jSJSTD  UPRIGHT 


23  A     6  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  No.  2     Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

CANNONS  AND  REVOLVERS   SOLD 

EITHER    MONTHLY     OR    WEEKLY    PAYMENTS 

WEAPONS  GTJARANTEED  FOUR  MONTHS 

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17  A        8  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  iK  lb.,  $1.25 

EYE  OF  THE  PROOF 

READER  IS   ]S:ECESSARY  TO 

PRODUCE  53  GOOD  TVORK 


14 A  10  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

SRORTSMEIS^  LAST  A]S1N^UAL  EXCURSION 

SPECIAL  TRAINS  LEAVE  EOR  HUNTINGSTOWN 

^^EDNESDAY  MORNING  26  AT  EIQHT  SHARR 


12  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman 


2  lbs.,  $1.50 


ROOM  FOR  COLLEGE  STUDENT 

MUST   PRODUCE   GOOD   RECOMME]NrDS 

EIGHT  TA\^ENTY  83  ASTOR  AVEINTJE 


8A 


18  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman 


3%  lbs.,  $2.15 


FIVE  MILLION  MEN 

EMPLOYED   AT   DUNNING 

REPAIRING  4  CHAIRS 


24  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman 


37^8  lbs.,  $2.50 


STRIKE  OVER 

MILITIA   DEPARTS 

NEXT  9  TUESDAY 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LIN.  E]S  aRA\"ERS 


ROMAJN^  SERIES 


MISS  CKT..TA  AVORKS 


lae  FIFTH  STREET 


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PRC 


JAMES  E.  H^^JVIMO^S^D 


HOBOKEN,  TET<nV. 


OROAIV  CAPRICCIO       -        -       -        sei-ected 

PROF.  A.  J.  WRIGHT 

SOliO — "Bv    THE    WaXEBS"    -  -  -  -  AHAMS 

MR.  ERNEST    PEACOCK 

T?  K!  a  11 1  IVPir-          —  -.  —          —  --.  Selected 

MISS    HATTIE    FLEIG 

DUET — "Merry  Bihdx"         _  -  -  -  TVhite 

MISS    EDNA    LYON 

MISS    FRANCIS    GIBBS 


ORATION         ------ 

m;r.  willard  h.  guild 


SOUiO         --------     Selected 

MR.   ERNEST    PEACOCK 


ORATION 


m:iss  m:abel  holm:es 


DITET "BOATMEN'S    SOXG"  "  -  -  -  A.BT 

THE    M^ISSES    LYON    AND    GIBBS 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LIN.  ENGRAVERS 


ROMAN  SERIES 


ESTABLISHED   leeO 


TELEPHONE   1252 


BOOKLETS 

FOLlDERS 

CIRCUX.ARS 

ETC. 


THE 

MEXICAN 
PRINTER 


FIIVE 

CATALOO 

W^ORK 

OXJR 

SPECrAJLTY 


Cor   ROMAJS^  A:N^r>  COURT 

SECO^TD  FIXX)R 


•WORK   DELIVERED 
■W^HEN   PROItflSED 


Mexicola._ 


No.. 


TORONTO.- 


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FIRST  COMMERCIAL  BANK 


PAY  TO_ 


_OR  ORDER 


IMDXJLiARS 


TREASURER 


LUCrEILiE 


ALSO  AN  ETiEGAJ^T 
ASSORTMENT  OF 

TAILORED  SUITS 

BEING  MADE  OF  LIGHTWEIGHT 
MATERIALS  THESE  SUITS  CAN  BE 
■WORN  IN  MORNINGS  AND  EVEN- 
INGS THROUGHOUT  THE    SEASON 

MARLO\\^E    BROS..   TAILORS 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


334 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  PLATE 


GOTHIC  SERIES 


CRITERION  CAFE 

DINNER  BILL 


WHITE    FISH 
CELERY 


TURTLE    SOUP 

It 

RADISHES 


BLACK    BASS 

OLIVES 


MOOSE   BAY    RESORT 

AND 

GOLF    ASSOCIATION 


J.  FARMER, 

MANAGER 


FISHING,   HUNTING.   SWIMMING, 
GOLF,   TENNIS,    ETC. 


POST  OFFICE 

ELDORADO- 


1906 


CREAM  ROLLS 


PORK  ROAST 
CABBAGE  PANTET   CANET 


!K 


ENGLISH  PLUM  PUDDING,  BRANDY  SAUCE 
MINCE  PIE  STRAWBERRY  SHORT  CAKE 


TABLE    D'HOTE,    S    TO    8.30    P. 


WM.  R.  REYNOLDSON 

ATTORNEY 

627  WEST  PORTLAND  STREET 

CHICAGO 


;E0RGE  ROBERTSON 


106  STATE  ST. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY 


335 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  PLATE 


GOTHIC  SERIES 


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


33  A  6  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  1  Yt.  lb.,  $1.00 

DOWN    WHERE    THE    COTTON    BLOSSOMS    GROW 

PICTURE  TONIGHT    A    FIELD    OF    SNOWY    WHITE    IN    OLD   GEORGIA 

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25  A  6  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  3  Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

NATIONAL  MILITARY  HOME  DESTROYED 
CIVIL  WAR  VETERAN   62  HAD  NARROW  ESCAPE 

20  A  8  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  5       15<  lbs.,  $1.25 

HEALTH  CLUB  RESORTS 
MORNING   AND    56    EVENING  VISITS 

17  A         10  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  7     1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

GENERAL  MERCHANTS 
SLIPPERS    29    AND    SHOES 


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28A  6  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  2        K  lb.,  $1.00 

ELECTRICITY  WAS   DISCOVERED   BY   FRANKLIN 

ONE   HUNDRED   GLOBES    USED   TO   LIGHT  THE  STEAMER 

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20  A  6  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  4       %  lb.,  $1.05 

SOAKEM  AND  SKINEM  COMPANY 
DEALERS  IN  WATERED  34  MINING  STOCK 

17A  8  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  6     IK  lbs.,  $1.25 

DRESSMAKING  TAUGHT 
FREE  FROM  ONE  57  UNTIL  SIX 

15  A  12  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  8      2  lbs.,  $1.50 

ANIMAL  CIRCUS 
DOGS  AND  82   PONIES 


12  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  9 


lbs.,  $1.50 


IMPORTED   CLEAR   HAVANA  CIGARS 
BEST  CHEWING  OR  35  SMOKING  TOBACCO 


14  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic 


iVi  lbs.,  $1.85 


FIRST  CLASS  BARBER  SHOP 
HAIRCUT  SHAVE  28  AND  MASSAGE 


18  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic 


3:46  lbs.,  $2.05 


GENERAL  SHERIDAN 
BATTLE  OF  39   BUNKER    HILL 


24  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic 


3%  lbs.,  $2.50 


COUNTY  HOSPITAL 
POOR  AND  4  DISABLED 

CHARACTERS     (S         LY^         LT         AY         AT        ?     CONTAINED    IN    FONT 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  336  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


LINING  PLATE 


GOTHIC  SERIES 


ADMISSION 

TO  THE 

BANQUET  AND    BALL 

AT 

BANQUET  HALL 

PRESENTED  BY 


HARMONIOUS 

POTTERY  WAR 


THE  PROPER  USE  OF  ORNAMENTAL  WARES 
FINISHES  WITH  INDEFINABLE  ELEGANCE 
THE  FURNISHING  OF  THE  HOUSE,  WHILE 
WELL-CHOSEN  TABLE  WARES  ENABLES 
HOSTESS  TO  GIVE  HOME  ENTERTAINMENTS 
ADDED    GRACE    OF    FAULTLESS    SERVICE. 


GLASSHEAD  &  COMPANY 

ST.  LOUISIANA 


STRONGLY  MARKED  WJTH    ORIGINALITY 
AND  CREATIVE  GENIUS 


APPEALS  TO  THOSE  SEEKING  HARMONIOUS 
DECORATIVE   TABLEWARES 


ALWAYS   OUT 


NEVER  IN 


Dr.  Jim  croakem 


SPECIALIST 


GUARANTEE    TO 
CURE    OR    KILL 


GRAVESVILLE,  I.  T. 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    174,    50C 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


337 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


PARAGON 


SERIES 


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


24  A  49a  6  Point  Paragon  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

BRIDEGROOM  STANDETH  ARRAYED 

In  Wedding  Garments  Beside  His  Young  Bride  Surrounded 

By  Bridesmaids  Groomsmen  Friends  and  Relatives 

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21  A  44a  8  Point  Paragon  2%  lbs,,  $2.25 

TEXAS  LOAN  AND  TRUST 

Association  Does  a  General  Banking  Business 

Public  Administrators  and  Guardians 

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20  A  40  a  10  Point  Paragon  3",  16  lbs,  $2.50 

MOUNTAIN  SCENERY  SKILLFULLY  REPRODUCED 

Grandest  Exhibition  of  Magnificent  Portraits  Painted  by  American  and  European  Artists 

Seventeenth  Semi-Annual  Convention  475  of  Painters  and  Sculptors 


17  A  35  a 


12  Point  Paragon 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


MANY  BEAUTIFUL  FLORAL  DECORATIONS 

Most  Attractive  Display  of  the  Very  Rarest  Tropical  Specimens  of  Flowers 

Giant  Trees  With  Dense  426  Growth  of  Rustling  Foliage 


14  Point  Paragon 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


GRAND  RIVER  VEHICLE  FACTORY 

Manufacturers  of  Coaches  Sulkies  Chariots  and  Wagons 

Orders  for  Grand  Phaetons  893  Received  Daily 


9  A  18  a 


18  Point  Paragon 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


AUTOMOBILE  EXHIBITIONS 

Great  Crowd  Witnessed  the  Speeding  Contests 

Many  Foreign  385  Cars  Were  Entered 


24  Point  Paragon 


5%  lbs,  $3.55 


SOUTHERN  FARMING 
Cotton  Pickers  27  First  Banquet 


Small  Caps,  for  6  to  18  Point  inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  and  sold  as  follows:  6-Point,  20  A,  6  oz.,  50c;  8-Point,   17  A, 
8  oz.,  50c ;  10-Point,  15  A,  9  oz.,  50c ;  12-Point,  10  A,  11  oz.,  50c  ;   14-Point,  10  A,  12  oz.,  5Sc ;   18-Point,  4  A,  12  oz.,  50c. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


PARAGON    c^^fe^    SERIES 


HOME  SWEET  HOME 


GRAND  BALL 


GIVEN  BY 


The  Bachelor  Girls  Glub 


Monday  Evening 
January    Sixth 


ADMIT  ONE 


TOMBOY  HALL 


The 

Bachelor  Girls 

Glub 

PROGRAM 


Monday  Evening 

January  Sixth 

1908 


TOMBOY  HALL 


18   POINT  BORDER   NO.    525 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


.339 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


PARAGON   C^^fe^    ITALIC 


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


23  A  46a  6  Point  Paragon  Italic         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

FAMOUS  KENTUCKY  THOROUGHBRED 

Old  Record  Broken  on  New  Race  Track  By  Blind  Horse 

Highball  Winner  of  the  American  Derby  is  Dead 

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21  A  42  a  8  Point  Paragon  Italic        2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

CHICAGO  SWIMMING  CLUB 
A     Natatorium  Opened  Every  Night  During  Season 
Children  Under  Eleven  Years  of  Age  Free 
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19A39a  10  Point  Paragon  Italic  3 '/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 

PIKES  PEAK  IS  COVERED  WITH  SNOW  THE  YEAR  ROUND 

Railroads  Climb  Steep  Mountain  Sides  Twenty  Thousand  Feet  Above  Level  of  the  Ocean 

Yellowstone  Park  is  the  Most  Beautiful  3  Place  For  Recreation  in  the  Country 

16  A  33  a  12  Point  Paragon  Italic  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

BAND  CONCERT  TONIGHT  AT  LINCOLN  PARK 

Classical  and  Rag  Time  Music   Will  Be  the  Features  for  the  Evening 

Cornet  Solo  by  the  Famous  5  Artist  Herr  Karl  Von  Becker 

12  A  25  a  14  Point  Paragon  Italic  4^  lbs.,  $3.00 

REHEARSE  GREAT  MUSICAL  PROGRAM 

Sixteenth  Annual  Christmas  Entertainment  and  Festival 

Given  By  the  National  8  Brotherhood  of  Buttinskis 

9  A  16a  18  Point  Paragon  Italic  4'?i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

COLORED  MINSTREL  TROUPE 

In  Africa  Sing  and  Play  All  the  Latest  Songs 

Apple  Pickers  Brass  2  Band  Plays  Today 

6  A  II  a  24  Point  Paragon  Italic  S^k,  lbs..  $3.50 

MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS 
Bought  Exchanged  4  and  Repaired 

BARISIHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  340  SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


PARAGON 


ITALIC 


FALL  MILLINERY 


Just  four  hundred  catchy  street 
hats;  an  accumulation,  including 
many  of  the  season's  most  suc- 
cessful styles,  are  radically  re- 
duced for  immediate  riddance 


Our  store  remains  open  until  10  p.  m. 
Inspection  solicited. 


RECHERCHE  BORDER 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALIT^AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MISSION    c^^m^    SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniiorni  Une. 


26A  52a  6  Point  Mission  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

VALUABLE  COLLECTION  OF  ANECDOTES 
Exciting  Narratives  of  Foreign  Travels  Explorations  and  Disco 
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19A  35a  12  Point  Mission  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

CHICAGO  WHIST  SOCIETY 

Election  of  Officers  2  Day  in  August 


25  A  49a  8  Point  Mission  2%  lbs.,  $2.2S 

ADVENTURES  OF  CAPTAIN  JINKS 

Adrift  on  the  Ocean  for  Sixty  Two  Days  Without  Food 
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22  A  44  a  10  Point  Mission  3 '/fi  lbs,  $2.50 

THREE  FIRESIDE  COMPANIONS 

Watching  the  Clowing  3  Embers  Dsappear 


15  A  29a  14  Point  Mission  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

LITERARY  AND  MUSICAL  ENTERTAINMENT 

Handsome  Assortments  of  Rare  and  4  Beautiful  Christmas  Presents 

llA22a  18  Point  Mission  4'?4  lbs.,  $3.2S 

PARISIAN  COSTUME  DESIGNERS 

The  Largest  Importations  of  5  European  Novelty  Goods 

7 A  12a  24  Point  Mission  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

GERMAN  DEPOSIT  COMPANY 

Life  and  Fire  Insurance  6  Policy  Claim  Paid 

6A  lOa  30  Point  Mission  e'Jfe  lbs.,  $4.25 

GENERAL  DELIVERY 

Clear  Havana  Cigars  7  for  a  Dollar 


36  Point  Mission  8/i  lbs.,  $5.10 


MORNING  GLORIES 

Pink  Carnations  and  8  Roses 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPIn'dLER'S  342  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


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


5A  7a 


42  Point  Mission 


10%  lbs.,  $6.55 


FISHING  POLE 

Bathing  and  95  Hunting 


48  Point  Mission 


13  lbs.,  $7.80 


BRIDAL  FALLS 

Annual  Dog  34  Show 


1/  ^^inLc^^  ^ 

Electric-Welded  Steel  Chase 


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BUILT  FOR  STRENGTH 


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Made  from  Silver-Gloss  Steel 

A  One-Piece  Chase 

THE   Electric-Welded  Steel  Chase  is  the  strongest  chase  made,  it  is  strictly  a  One- 
Piece  Chase.      There  is  no  other  process  that  will  do  this  to  any  degree  of  certainty. 
Hand  welding  is  bad  because  of  the  impossibility  of  obtaining  a  perfect  weld  through 
inefficient  or  over-heating  of  the  steel---a  half  united  joint  is  the  result,  which  is  liable  to 
pull  apart  when  subjected  to  the  rigor  of  printing  office  handling. 

^  The  fact  that  we  have  sold  30,000  Electric-Welded  Silver-Gloss  Steel  Chases  should 
be  convincing  enough  to  the  prospective  purchaser  of  chases  that  the  Electric-Welded-One 
Piece  Steel  Chase  is  the  only  one  to  be  considered.  It  costs  no  more  than  the  hand  half- 
welded,  hammered  together,  soldered  brazed  or  dove-tailed  variety.  The  modern  printing 
office  equipment  including  Electric-Welded  Steel  Chases  for  hand,  platen,  web  and  cylinder 
presses. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BOtDY 


343 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MISSION 


SERIES 


Oysters 

Received 

Fresh 

Each 

Month 


The  BARCLAY 

Oyster  and  Fish  Go. 


26  CALHOUN  STREET 


Gold 

Storage 

Fish 

Always 
on  Hand 


Restaurants    and     Motels 
Supplied  on  Short  Notice. 


Shellvilh 


190. 


Membership  Card 

INTERSTATE  SCHOOL 
of  MUSIC  AND  DRAMA 


Barnstorm 
Mr 


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'06 


New  York 


Harbor  Roller  Company 

Fine  Printers 
Rollers 


FIRST  CLASS  WORK 

QUICK  DELIVERIES 


23  ABBOTT  STREET 
BROCKTON 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIISIDLER'S 


344 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CASLON   OLD     C^^^^^     ROMAN  ITALIC 


CASLON   OLD 
ROMAN  ITALIC 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    220,   eOC. 


A  beautiful,  clean  cut  type  that  is  sure 
to  meet  with  approval  from  all  first- 
class  printers  doing  high-grade  work 


Seventh 
Annual 
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ESTABLISHED  1871 


T.  S.  HARTWELL 


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HARTWELL  &  SON 


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DESIGNING 

ENGRA  VING 
PRINTING 


626  MULBERRY  STREET 
CLARKSKY, 


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POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


CASLON  OLD    C^H^    ROMAN  ITALIC 


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


22  A  41a    6  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

BELLOW  OF  BULL  QUIETED  BY  RAIN 

Northwest  Grain  Crop  Conditions  Are  Most  Excellent 

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18  A  35  a    10  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  3^6  lbs.,  $2.50 

LIVE  MUTTON  TRADE 
Farmers  Holding  3  the  Cattle  Market 

13  A  25a    14  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic     AYa,  lbs.,  $3.00 

MANY  CHILDREN 
Instantly  Killed  8  by  Trains 


21  A  42  iL    8  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic      2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

VETERAN  OF  CIVIL   WAR 

Railroad  Trains  Race  Through  a   Wall  of  Fire 

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15  A  31a    12  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

COUNTER  CHARGE 
Royal  Guest  Flees  2  from  Hotel 

IDA  20a    16  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  4^4  lbs.,  $3.00 

LIBRARY  BOOK 

Gold  Brick  5  3Ierchant 


18  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


NOTED  WORKER  OF  CHICAGO 
Doing  Charity  Work  3  in  the  Slums  of  Dublin 


24  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  5%  lbs.,  $3.55 


SPECIAL  MEETINGS 
Discuss  Cost  to  34  Repair  a  Boat 


30  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


GLORIOUS  NOTES 
Special  This  14  Week  Only 


36  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic  iVi  lbs.,  $5.35 


POOR  HOUSE 

Albert  and  26  George 

BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  346  SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


CASLON  OLD    ^^^^^    ROMAN  ITALIC 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ine. 


42  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 


lbs.,  $6.25 


UMBRELLA 

Morning  68  Glory 


Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 


12^8  lbs.,  $7.55 


HUNTING 

Fishing  19  Trip 


HEART  &  HAND 

Announce 


As  a  special  attraction  during  the  months  of  July  and  August 
that  their  splendid  appointed  dress-making  section  which  is 
now  even  more  up-to-date  than  ever  will  properly   execute 

TAILOR-MADE  SUITS,  at  $65.00  and  up 
SHIRT-WAIST  SUITS,  at  $50.00  and  up 
LINEN  TUB  SUITS,  at  $40.00  and  up 

Do  not  miss  this  rare  opportunity  to  purchase  these  goods 

which  you  will  find  satisfactory  in  every  respect  and 

on  sale  at  prices  very  much  below  the  cost 

1646  YORK  STREET 


MAZUMAS,  OREGON 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


CASLON    C^^^^    OLD  ROMAN 


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


23  A  46  a  6  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THIS  HOUSE  IS  A  TRADING  PLACE 

For  Printers  Appreciating  the  Best  the  Market  Affords 

We  Handle  Everything  in  the  Printing  Office  Line 

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19A39a  10  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman         3 'it.  lbs.,  $2.50 

VISITORS  ARE  WELCOME 
Large  Corps  of  36  Assistants  on  Hand 


21  A  42a  8  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  2 Ji  lbs.,  $2.25 

CUSTOMERS  FIND  COURTEOUS 

Treatment  Quick  Service  Up  to  Date  Business 

Methods  in  Vogue  at  all  Branch  Houses 

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17A32a         12  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman         3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

DIVIDEND  PAYING 
Superior  Copper  73  Mixed  Types 


ISA  29a  14  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

MANY  HANDSOME  SOUVENIRS  GIVEN 
Great  Clearing  Sale  of  Men's  Fine  56  Summer  Shirts  and  Collars 

12  A  21  a  16  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  4K  lbs,  $3.00 

KENTUCKY  ICE  MACHINE  COMPANY 
Largest  Makers  of  Refrigerators  28  and  Water  Coolers 

9  A  18  a  18  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

CELEBRATED  CHARACTERS 
Brief  Sketch  of  Popular  34  Men  and  Women 

6  A  10 a  .24  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  5%  lbs.,  $3.50 

ARTISTIC  HEADGEAR 
Hat  Trimmed  with  7  Pretty  Feather 

5  A  10  a  V  30  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  7  lbs.,  $4.35 

RIBBON  DESIGNS 

Annual  Millinery  5  Opening 

Small  Caps,  for  6  to  18-Point  Inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  and  sold  as  follows  :  6-Point,  21  A,  6  oz.,  50c ;  8-Point,  17  A,  8-oz.,  50c ; 
10-Point,  ISA,  10  oz.,  50c;  12-Point,  10  A,  11  oz.,  50c;    14-Point,  8  A,  11  oz.,  50c;    16-Point,  6  A,  12  oz.,  50c;  18-Point,  5  A,  12  oz.,  SOc. 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  348  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CASLON    ^^^^    OLD  ROMAN 


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


36  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  8?t6  lbs.,  $5.25 


NEW  STYLES 
Beautiful  8  Tailorings 


42  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  11 '/li  lbs.,  $6.65 


HANDSOME 
Appears  5  Pleased 

4A  6a  48  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  13^  lbs.,  $8.0S 

PRACTICAL 

Mens  3  Clothing 


60  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  llM  lbs.,  $7.05 


FEDORA 

Boys  4^Make 

72   POINT   SHOWN   ON    NEXT    PACE 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  349  QUALITY   AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


CASLON    C^^^    OLD  ROMAN 


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


72  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 


19%  lbs.,  $11.45 


GREEN 

Ball  7  Caps 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 

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VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.  42.    75C. 

Catalogue 
1908 


A.  LEATHERHEAD  &  SON 


WEARING  GREEN 


POINT   BORDER    NO.    506 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  350  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CASLON 


OLD  ROMAN 


VOGUE    ORNAMENT    NO.     169,     60C 


A  brief  history  of  the  Seven 

Wonders  of  the 

World 


By 

STANLAUS   JACKSON 


ILLUSTRATED 


PUBL 
MERIDIA 


MIN 


CASLON 

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/S    ROMAN    k 


DEEP 
CUT 
TYPE 
FACE 


Manufactured  by 

BARNHART  BROS. 
AND    SPINDLER 

CHICAGO 


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H.  A.  BINGSON  &  CO. 


WHOLESALE   FRUIT 

26-28  BANANA  ST. 


MADISON  &  JEFFERSON 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 
CHICAGO 


Bad  Debts  CoUected  Promptly 


P.  T.  HART 

236  Mar 
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POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN 


CONDENSED 


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


26A  54a      6  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed      1%  lbs,  $2.00 

SUPERIORITY  OF  TYPE  MADE  FROM 

Copper  Mixed  Metal  is  not  Fully  Realized  Until  Compared  With 

Other  Makes  and  is  the  Reason  Our  Type  is  Popular 

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24A48a     10  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed     3 '/ii  lbs,  $2.50 

DURING  THE  PHILIPPINE  WAR 

Many  Brave  Soldiers  Lost  Their  Lives  on  the 

Bloody  Battle  Fields  of  36  Luzon  Island 


25  A  49a       8  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed       2]4  lbs.,  $2.25 

WAR  MAY  BE  BARBAROUS  BUT 

Our  National  Honor  Must  be  Defended  and  Maintained 

Oppression  resented  by  the  Cannons  Mouth 

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20A  40a      12  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

GOVERNOR  GENERAL 

Commanding  United  States  Campaign 

Against  Aguinaldo  48  the  Dictator 


ISA  31a 


14  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 


A'A  lbs,  $3.00 


SPANISH  FLEET  DESTROYED  AT  SANTIAGO 
Admiral  Cervera  Fails  to  Escape  36  Yankee  Soldiers  are  Victorious 


11  A  22a 


16  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 


4%  lbs,  $3.00 

TRADE  WITH  ISLANDS  INCREASED 
Porto  Rico  Hawaii  Guam  and  26  the  Philippine  Islands 

11  A  22  a  18  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  4'5i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

SUPERIOR  COPPER  MIXED  TYPE 
Unequaled  for  Toughness  84  Durability  and  Finish     i 


24  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 


57 16  lbs.,  $3.50 


PRINTERS  SUPPLY  HOUSES 
Furnish  Everything  29  the  Printers  Need 


30  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 


6^16  lbs.,  $4.00 


BUILDERS  MATERIAL 
Upholding  45  Logical  Arguments 

Small  Caps,  for  6  to  18-Point  inclusive,  put  up  in  separate  fonts  as  follows:  6-Point,  25  A,  6  oz.,  50c;  8-Point,  21  A,  8  oz.,  50c; 
10-Point,  18  A,  10  oz.,  50c;  12-Point,  13  A,  11  oz.,  50c;  14-Point,  10  A,  12  oz.,  55c;  16-Point,  7  A,  12  oz.,  50c;  18-Point,  5  A,  12  oz.,  50c. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN    C^^te^    CONDENSED 


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


36  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  6%  lbs.,  $4.30 


COPPER  MIXED 

Universally  67  Demanded 


42  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  SH  lbs.,  $S.2S 


ROMAN  FACES 
Generous  39  Approval 


48  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  iVXt  lbs.,  $6.65 


BRICK  HOUSE 

Private  8  Residence 


54  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  12%  lbs.,  $7.60 


SHIPMENTS 

Florida  5  Oranges 

LARGER    Sizes    SHOWN    ON    NEXT    PAGE 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  353  QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN    C^^^^    CONDENSED 


Weights  and  Prices  K'ven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


60  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  B'^fi  lbs.,  $8.00 


PERFUME 

Fragrant  9  Rose 


72  Point  Old  Roman  CondeVsed  IS'u  lbs.,  $8.90 


STRONG 

Hard  2  Paper 


m^mmm 


RODERICK  Si  CO. 


W  ALL  PAPER 


PAINTS,   OILS  AND 
VARNISHES 

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CONDENSED 


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Geo,  A,  Longworth 


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Binders 

Designers 


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PRINTING 
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We  make  a  specialty  of  highest  grade 
up-to-date  work  in  every  department 

Telephone,  Herald  642 


67  and  69  Maryland  Printing  Building 
IE,  FERRYLAND 


Catalogue 

and  Booklet 

Printers 


Assurance  Trust 
Vl  Company 

Savings  Bank 


Acts  as  Trustees  for  Corporations, 
Firms  and  Individuals,  and  as  Agent 
for  the  Registration  and  Transfer  of 
Bonds  and  Stocks  of  Corporations,  and 
the  Payment  of  Coupons,  Interest  and 
Dividends,  etc. 

Our  SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT 

accepts  One  Dollar  and  upwards,  pay- 
ing three  per  cent  interest  on  same. 


CAPITAL 
SURPLUS 


$3,500,000 
1,960,000 


DIRECTORS 
Hector  B.  Williams  Gregor  Counterfeit 

Henry  0.  Hirram  Ruben  E.  Haye 


HERALD   TRUST    BANK    BUILDING 
Corner  Desplaines  and  Euchre  Streets,  Cashton 


Eleventh  Annual 
Concert  and  Ball 


THE 

goodfellow 
Club 


On  Thursday  Evening 
January,  Twenty-sixth 


Supper  Served 
10  to  12 


Carriages 
all  hours 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


355 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN 


BOLD  SERIES 


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


24A  49a         6  Point  Old  Roman  Bold        1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

WE  CLAIM  THAT  SUPERIOR  COPPER 

Nixed  Type  Cast  on  the  Point  Lining  System  is  the  Best  made 

Most  Durable  and  Satisfactory  Type  Sold  on  the  Market 

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17A  33a        12  Point  Old  Roman  Bold       3%  lbs.,  $2.7S 

A  NEW  STYLISH  HAT 

Given  to  every  Customer  who  will 

Call  at  Our  358  Store  Friday 


23  A  44a  8  Point  Old  Roman  Bold        2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

ADVENTURES  OF  HUNGRY  DICK 

Most  Thrilling  True  Detective  Story  Ever  Published 

For  Sale  by  all  Leading  StationeFS  or  Booksellers 

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22  A  42a         10  Point  Old  Roman  Bold       3 '/if,  lbs.,  $2.50 

AN  ELECTRIC  WELDED 

Chase  Made  from  Silver  Gloss  Steel  gives 

Satisfactory  658  Results  Always 


13A  26a  14  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

SHEEP  NOSE  OR  EARLY  HARVEST  APPLES 
Demands  for  Early  Fruit  in  467  Large  Cities  are  Enormous 

lOA  19a  18  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  4'?i'6  lbs.,  $3.25 

TWO  LARGE  PLEASURE  BOATS 
Collide  in  Mid  Ocean  263  Many  Lives  Being  Lost 

6A  12a  24  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  S^-ii  lbs.,  $3.50 

RELIANCE  CANNING  WORKS 
Tomatoes  and  934  Cucumbers  Bought 


5A   10a 


30  Point  Old  Roman  Bold 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


CARRIAGE  HORSES 
Bought  Sold  83  and  Exchanged 


36  Point  Old  Roman  Bold 


8'X6  lbs.,  $5.00 


GIGANTIC  TREES 
Have  Seen  9  Many  Years 


BARNHART   BROS.  &.  SPINDLER'S 


356 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN    ^^^fe^    BOLD  SERIES 


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


42  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  lOH  lbs.,  $6.35 


RABBIT  HUNT 
Delightful  8  Pleasure 


;  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  12%  lbs.,  $7.65 


CARPENTER 

Bicycle  2  Repairer 

3A  6a  54  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  ISM  lbs.,  $9.30 

SALESMEN 
Street  3  Passage 

3  A  4a  60  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  14%  lbs.,  $8.80 

PLUMBER 
SewerS  Pipes 

72  POINT  SHOWN  ON  NEXT  PAOE 

POtNT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  357  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN 


BOLD  SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  T-ine. 


72  Point  Old  Roman  Bold 


17j!t  lbs.,  $10.05 


BAKERY 

Cherry  8  Pie 


We  are  Offering  High-Grade 

MEATS 


i-SJi 


AND  GROCERIES 


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AT  EXTRAORDINARY  LOW  PRICES 

Our  wagons  cover  the  South  and  West  Sides  and  part  of 
the  North  Side  daily.     Get  acquainted  with  us. 

WE  HAVE  ALWAYS  ON  HAND 

Sirloin  or  Porterhouse  Steaks         -         -         -         -         12c 
Prime  Rib  Roasts         - 10c 

For  other  bargains  in  the  meat  or  grocery  lines  call  us  up  by  phone  or 
come  and  see  for  yourselves. 

THE  CENTRAL  MEAT  SUPPLY  COMPANY 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN 


BOLD  SERIES 


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THE 

MUSICAL  CHORD 


SCROLL  BORDER   NO.   50 


CONTENTS 


THE  FIELD  OF  MUSIC 

ANCIENT  MUSICIANS 

MODERN  MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS 

ON  U.  S.  BANDS  .... 

HINTS  TO  DIRECTORS        -        - 

ADVANCEMENT  OF  COUNTRY  BANDS 

FOREIGN  MUSICIANS 

FAMOUS  TROMBONE  SOLOISTS 

A  FIRST  LESSON  IN  HARMONY 

HINTS  TO  BEGINNERS 

FAMOUS  COMPOSERS 

FAVORITE  MARCHES 

BAND  REHEARSALS 

NEW  ORCHESTRA  COMPOSITIONS    - 

MUSICAL  RHYTHM    .... 

ANSWERS  TO  CORRESPONDENCE     - 


E.  Z.  Tenor 

Raymond  Trom 

Jay  Intown 

Capt.  H.  0.  Bess 

James  Standstrate 

John  Appleby 

C.  U.  Blowout 

Caspar  Davis 

Isaac  Rodski 

-  I.  M.  Another 
W.  E.  Fourhert 
J.  N.  Quickstep 

C.  Charles  Bristoe 
Bass  Viola 

-  Horace  Smart 

G.  Knowitall 


A  Semi 

Monthly 

Publication 

Devoted 

to  the 

Classical 

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POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET.   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MAZARIN 


ITALIC  NO,  5 


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


27A52a     6  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5      1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

MARVELOUS  ELECTRIC  INVENTION 

Automobiles  and  Tramways  Electric  Light  aad  Power  Companies 

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20A  40a    10  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5     S'/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 

PROFITABLE  FARMING 
Northern   Grangers  92  Debating   Clubs 

14A  26a     14  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5     45<  lbs.,  $3.00 

LARGE  GRAINERY 
Harvesting  34  Machinery 


24  A  46a     8  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5      1%  lbs.,  $2.25 

MEXICAN  FINANCIAL  AGENCY 

Promotihg  the  Developement  of  Central  America 

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17A  33a     12  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5     3%lbs,,  $2.75 

GIGANTIC  BUILDING 
Chicago  Court  69  House  Building 

11  A  19a     18  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5    4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

GROUND  FLOOR 
Grocery  and  27  Market 


24  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


BRADNER  IRON  COMPANY 
Manufacturers  of  46  Farm  Machinery 


30  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


SPLENDID  ORCHARD 
Raising  Prunes  47  in  California 


36  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5 


8H  lbs.,  $5.20 


CHICAGO  CLUB 

Gymnasium  38  Exercises 


5A  7a 


48  Point  Mazarin  Italic  No.  5 


13ji  lbs.,  $8.05 


BANK  CLERK 

Foreign  9  Exchange 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MAZARIN 


ITALIC  NO.  5 


•^  T  Tnr'TT\T^^  Q[  May  now  be  spent  in  various  ways  and  at  various 
V^  kJ  X  11  \  \J^  resorts,  but  for  a  fine  time  spend  your  vacation  at 


THELMAN 
\  HOTEL 


Situated  on  the  shore 
of  Cork  Lake,  one  and 
a  halt  miles  north  of 
Dogtown,  stage  runs 
daily  except  Tuesday 
and  carries  the  mail. 

FISHING 

AND 

BOATING 

are  of  the  very  best  in 
this  state,  grape  seeds, 
blue  carp  and  other 
gamey  fish  are  very 
numerous.  Steamers 
make  daily  trips  to  and 
from  Frogneck,  return 
by  way  of  the  Goose 
Island  Boating  Club. 


The  service  of  this 
hotel  and  summer 
resort  is  considered 
the  best  by  the  most 
conservative  guest. 


Rates,  $2.00  Per  Day  and  Up 


BORDER   NO.    3629 


Thomas  E.  Bradmin  &  Company 
Proprietors  and  Managers 


X 


Cork  Lake 


Illinois 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    66     25C. 


POINT-LINE,    POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY 


361 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MAZARIN    c^^R:^    NO.  5 


Weights  an(i  l*rices  jfiven  are  Approximate;  see  page  iJ.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 

28A  58a  6  Point  Mazarin  No.  5     1%  lbs.,  $2.00  I  24A46a  8  Point  Mazarin  No.  5      2M  lbs.,  $2.25 

PLEASANT  SUMMER  COTTAGE  TO  RENT  TWENTIETH  CENTURY  EXPRESS 

With  Gas  Range  Cooking  Utensils  and  Good  Stationary  Wash  Tubs  RaUway  Steamship  and  Wireless  Telegraph  Service 

Groceries  and  Meats  Delivered  Free  of  Charge  Every  Day 


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17  A  36  a  12  Point  Mazarin  No.  5    3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MOONLIGHT  NIGHTS 


Foreign  Money  Market  Commission  Reports 
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21  A  42a  10  Point  Mazarin  No.  5    B'/ii.  lbs.,  $2.50 

IMPORTED  RUSSIAN  SABLES 
When  the  Nightingale  Sweetly  Sings  Money  Loaned  on  Furniture  and  Jewelry 

Lovers  Tell  23  the  Same  Storyr  |  Real  Estate  Life  and  58  Fire  Insurance 

15A28a  14  Point  Mazarin  No.  5  .  4 '4  lbs  ,  $3.00 

ENGLISH  LITERATURE  OF  THE  CENTURY 
Latest  Books  Magazines  and  86  Periodicals  on  Modern  Languages 

11  A  21a  18  Point  Mazarin  No.  5  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

NEW  FANCY  UMBRELLA  HANDLES 
Special  Brand  of  Walking  34  Sticks  and  Riding  Whips 

7  A   12  a  24  Point  Mazarin  No.  5  Sfs  lbs.  $3.60 

ATTRACTIVE  BEDSTEADS 
Steel  Springs  and  28  Chilled  Iron  Shafts 

6 A  9a  30  Point  Mazarin  No.  5  6V»  lbs.,  $4.30 

CARRIAGE  COMPANY 
New  or  Second  26  Hand  Wagons 

5  A  7a  36  Point  Mazarin  No.  5  S'/fb  lbs.,  $5.00 

BLACK  SQUIRREL 

Wild  Turkeys  98  and  Geese 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  362  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


MAZARIN    c^^^    NO.  5 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  X'niform  Line. 


12%  lbs.,  $7.6S 


k.  8  a  .  48  Point  Mazarin  No.  5 

NICE  HOMES 

Elegantly  6  Furnished 


60  Point  Mazarin  No.  5 


H%  lbs.,  $8.60 


ROCK  BASS 

ake  8  Resorts 


BELGIAN  HARE  FARM 


IMPORTERS  OF  THE  RENOWNED  PRIZE^WINNING  STOCK  KNOWN 
AMONG  THE  HARE  FANCIERS  AS  THE  BROWN  THRUSH  BEAUTIES 

SEND  FOR  A  PAIR  AT  ONCE 

We  send  you  a  complete  pedigree  and  all  the  information  that  you  desire  concerning  Hares 
bought  from  us.     We  will  refund  your  money  if  Hares  are  not  as  represented, 

BELGIAN  HARE  FARM        ^        ^        ^        RABBITSTOWN 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.   222,    t1 


POINT-LINE,    POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


MAZARIN 


NUMBER  5 


ODERN  FACES  OF 
TYPE  PROPERLY 
DISPLAYED  WILL 
SHOW  RESULTS 


MAZARIN  IS  ONE  OF 
THE  MODERN  FACES  OF 
TYPE,  AND  IS  ALWAYS 
BEAUTIFUL  NO  MATTER 
IN  WHAT  WAY  IT  IS  USED 


MORTISED  INITIAL  NO.  69,  750 


Cast  from  Superior  Copper/Mixed  Metal 
on  the  Point  Line,  Point  Set,  Point  Body 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    19,   50C. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &.  SPIISIDLER'S 


3M 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


TALISMAN 


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VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.   99,  »1.25 


ITALIC 


Daily 
Trips 


February  1st  to  September  2nd 
Final  Return  Limit,  October  3ist 


East  Chicago 

to  Vancouver 

And  all  Puget 
Sound  Resorts 


.00 


Liberal  stop-oOers  are  aHotOed.  Visit  the 
thriving  grouping  towns  and  cities  of  the 
States  of  Opportunity 


Go  Via  the 

Old  Fog  Horn  Railroad 

"The  Easiest  Way" 

Jim  Simpkins,  G.  A.  Passenger  T>ept. 
TraVeialong,  Te)ias 


UTILITY  BORDER    NO.   53 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


TALISMAN 


ITALIC 


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


20  A  40a  6  Point  Talisman  Italic     I'/ii  lbs.,  $2.00 

GERMAN  LEATHER  COMPANY 

Manufacturers  of  Leather  Pocket  Books  and  Valises 

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15  A  27a  12  Point  Talisman  Italic     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

RAPID  TRANSIT 

Erie  City  38  Light  Company 


17  A  34  a  8  Point  Talisman  Italic      2K  lbs.,  $2.25 

PRINCE  AND  THE  PAUPER 

Interesting  NoOet  by  Sir  Henry  Shannon 

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16A  29a  10  Point  Talisman  Italic     3' i6  lbs,,  $2.50 

FOREIGN  COURTS 

Our  Citizens  75  Honored  Many 


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14  Point  Talisman  Italic 


4^  lbs.,  $3.00 


LONG  COLD  WINTER  MONTHS 
From  December  to  24  March  the  Twenty  Eighth 


18  Point  Talisman  Italic 


4%  lbs,  $3.25 


YOV  WANT  GOOD  WORK 
AJWays  use  Superior  47  Copper  Milled  Type 


24  Point  Talisman  Italic 


514  lbs.,  $3.55 


TALISMAN  ITALIC 
Series  Cannot  be  S8  Overlooked 


30  Point  Talisman  Italic 


6«i6  lbs,  $4.25 


GRAND  SCENERY 
Colorado  S  RiOer  Canyon 


Fancy  Characters  of  Talisman  Italic 

W    y     J     00     df     SncT     m 


6  Point        %,  lb.,  $0.10 

8  Point Vi  lb.,      .15- 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate 

14  Point ?T6  ib.,$o.l5  36  Point 

18  Point K  lb.,      .20  48  Point 


10  Point : 3/4  lb.,      .IS  24  Point ..     %  lb.,      .25 

12  Point 5i  lb.,     .15  30  Point  .      H  lb.,      .45 


60  Point 
72  Point 


''16  lb.,  $0.60 

%  lb.,      .45 

1^6  lbs.,      .65 

\Vi  lbs.,      .95 


Characters  6  and  7  not  made  in  48,  60  and  72  point. 


BARNHART   BROS.  St  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


TALISMAN   c^^R^    ITALIC 


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

I 

\  5a  36  Point  Talisman  Italic  S'/u,  lbs.,  $5.00 

NORTHERN 

Transit  49  Company 


48  Point  Talisman  Italic  13  lbs.,  $7.80 


BUILDING 

Strong  37  Bridge 

3  A  4a  60  Point  Talisman  Italic  \7Vs  lbs.,  $10.60 

RURAL 
Mail  2S  Bags 


72  Point  Talisman  Italic  2Bi6  lbs.,  $12.30 


ROAST 
Big  8  Load 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  867  QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


TALISMAN 


SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  g^iven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Une. 


20  A  39a  6  Point  Talisman  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

EXCLUSIVE  MANUFACTURER 

Marble  Covered  Tables  Mantels  and  Sideboards 

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16  A  30a  10  Point  Talisman  3'Xb  lbs.,  $2.50 

COMPLETE  OUTFITS 

Finest  Mahogany  37  Furniture 


18  A  35  a  8  Point  Talisman  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

LATE  BOOKS  OF  FICTION 

Why  Dexter  Left  Home  and  Undaunted 

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HA  25a  12  Point  Talisman  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

CARPETS  TAPESTRY 
Parlors  and  48  Bed  Rooms 


14  Point  Talisman 


4^  lbs,  $3.00 


NIAGARA  FALLS  PROGRAMME 

Entertainment  Offered  75  United  States  Senators 


8A  15a 


18  Point  Talisman 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


NEW  YORK  YACHT  CLUB 
Attending  Atlantic  26  City  Race  Meetings 


24  Point  Talisman 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


SOUVENIR  OF  RACES 
Presented  on  46  Gala  Occasion 


30  Point  Talisman 


7/8  lbs.,  $4.45 


MIDLAND  BEACH 

RockaAx^ay  38  Luna  Parks 


Fancy  Characters  of  Talisman 


10  Point Vi  lb.,  $0.10 

12  Point Vs  lb.,      .10 

14  Point  Yi  lb.,      .10 

18  Point 3^6  lb.,      .15 

24  Point 5/4  lb.,      .25 

30  Point J^  lb.,      .35  1 


Weights  and  Prices  are  Approximate 

36  Point 14  lb.,  $0.35 

42  Point %  lb.,  .35 

48  Point K  lb.,  .50 

54  Point Vs  lb.,  .50 

60  Point     1  lb.,  .60 

5          72  Point iVs  lbs.,  .60 


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2 


Fonts  contain  characters  1  to  5  inclusive. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


368 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


TALISMAN    c^^R^    SERIES 


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


36  Point  Talisman 


S'-fi  lbs.,  $5.15 


GOLD  FIELDS 

Southern  78  Districts 


4A  5a 


42  Point  Talisman 


lO'A  lbs.,  $6.30 


SONGSTER 

Operatic  38  Leader 


48  Point  Talisman 


125^  lbs.,  $7,50 


DANCING 

String  47  Music 


54  Point  Talisman 


155/16  lbs.,  $9.20 


FOREIGN 

Ships  26  Boats 


LARGER  SIZES  SHOWN  ON  NEXT  PAOK 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


TALISMAN 


fe^    SERIES 


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


60  Point  Talisman 


16%  lbs.,  $10.15 


ROCKERS 
Fancy  5  Chair 


3A  3a 


72  Point  Talisman 


20%  lbs.,  $11.75 


BRAINS 

Big  6  Head 


TEA  ROSES 

lOc  DOZ. 


CARNATIONS 
lOc  DOZ. 


ESTABLISHED  1868 


W.  B.  CARMEN  &  CO. 

FLOWERS 


Choice  Cut  Flowers 

Received  Daily 

Orders  Receive  Prompt  Attention 


626  CACTUS  ST. 

GERANIUM,  PA. 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT   NO.  46,  35C. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


370 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


TALISMAN 


SERIES 


HERIDAN 
HARTLEY 
&  COHEN 

Popular  Baby  Grand 

PIANOS 


NoAX/'here  will  you  find  such  a 
combination  of  lo\xr  prices  and 
really  high-grade  instruments 
as  we  are  offering. 


Our  New  Models 


represent  the  experience  of  the  old 
combined  xx^ith  the  progression  of 
the  new  and  up  to  date  methods 


LUNDING 


NEW  LARK 


MORTISED  INITIAL  NO.    69,    760 


EW  ART  BORDER    NO.    49 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


371 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


PASTEL 


LIGHTFACE 


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


22A44a         6  Point  Pastel  LiEhtface         I'/ii  lbs,  $2.00 

CANADAS  GREAT  HARVEST  FIELDS 

Millions  of  Bushels  of  Cereals  Raised  on  Manltoban 

Prairies  Valuable  Suggestions  on  Farming 

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17  A  34a        10  Point  Pastel  Lightface        3'Xb  lbs.,  $2.50 

PRINTER  BOOK  BINDER 

Engraver   Lithographer   Embosser 

Highest  Class  48  of  Printing 


19A  39a  8  Point  Pastel  Lighface  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

MACHINE  MODEL  DESIGNING 

Contractors  Draftings  and  Specifications 

Everything  Scientifically  Prepared 

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ISA  26a        12  Point  Pastel  Lightface        3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

CIVIL  ENGINEERS 

Civil  Service  Examinations 

Post  Office  97  Clerks 


9A  18a 


Point  Pastel  Lightface 


5  lbs.,  $3.30 


REPUTATION  ESTABLISHED 
Optinnus  Standard  and  58  Reliance  Press 


5A  lOa 


24  Point  Pastel  Lightface 


SVi  lbs.,  $3.50 


MACHINERY  CONCERN 
Business  Method  62  Established 


36  Point  Pastel  Lightface 


85/f'6  lbs.,  $5.15 


DESIGN  ARTIST 
Engraved  68  Program 


48  Point  Pastel  Lightface 


12%  lbs.,  $7.65 


MERCHANT 
General  24  Store 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PASTEL   c^^^^    LIGHTFACE 


^fc- 


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


3  A  4a 


60  Point  Pastel  Lightface 


15%  lbs.,  $9.S0 


RAISINS 
Fresh  5  Crop 


72  Point  Pastel  Lightface 


1778  lbs.,  $10.40 


HURON 

Big  3  Store 


Demonstration  of  Fireworl^s 

■ NEW  INVENTION 


You  are  most  respectfully  invited  to  witness  a  grand  display  of 
Fireworks.  A  new  and  marvelously  beautiful  entertainment.  It 
being  the  first  demonstration  of  its  kind  given  anywhere  in  this 
country.  We  hope  to  have  you  join  us  for  an  evenings  pleasure  and 
we  can  assure  you  of  our  hearty  appreciation  in  accepting  this 
invitation. 

BY  ORDER  OF  COMMITTEE 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


373 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


PASTEL  m 


LIGHTFACE 


Informal 


F^ompers 
Club 


Friday  Eve 

August  th)e  Fir 

Ought  Six 


TERPSICHORE  H 


Cast 

ON  THE 

Point  Lining 
System 


RECHERCHE  BORDER   NO.   10 


Pastel 
Lightface 


PROGRAMME 


PART  ONE 
Overture  Symphony  B  Minor  .   Bach 

M.  BEUCAIRE 


Melodies 


MISS  SCREECHER 


Reading  Tam  'O  Shanter 

MR.  ORAL  REED 

Chimes  of  Normandy 

M.  BEUCAIRE 

Piano  The  Gray  Sea 

MISS  KATE  KEYES 


Selected 

Burns 

Willis 

Spong 


Reading  Modem  Woodman    .    Heals 

MR.  BENCHELIMER 


"Mysterys" 
Impromptu 

MME.  BEUCAIRE 


Beucaire 


Oriental  Sleight  of  Hand  Tricks 

MR.  HARRINGTON  RIES 


Selection 


Medley 


MISS  KATE  KEYES 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


374 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PASTEL 


SERIES 


Invitation 


Menu 


Oysters  on  Half  Shell 
Celery         Olives         Radishes 

Wblteflsh  a  la  Noir 
New  Potatoes  Potet  Canet 

Fillet  of  Beef  Braises 

String  Beans 

Sweetbread  a  la  Financier 

Tomato  Salad 
Frozen  Fruits 

New  YorK  Ice  Cream 
Assorted  Cakes 

Roquefort  Cheese 

Coffee  demi  Tasse 

Cognac  La  Pastel  Segars 


You  arc  most  respectfully 
invited  to  attend 


A  Ball  and 
Banquet 


Given  in  honor 
of  the 


NEVER-WORK  SOCIETY 


Saturday  Evening 

January  one,  nineteen  hundred 

and  seven 


SOCIETY  HALL 
PONTIAC 


TICKET  ADMITTING  YOURSELF  AND  LADY 
TWO  DOLLARS 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


375 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


PASTEL 


SERIES 


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


22  A  44  a  6  Point  Pastel  I'/fi  lbs.,  $2.00 

YOU  CAN'T  GO  WRONG  WHEN  YOU 

Buy  Copper-Mixed  Type  It  Is  the  Best  oo  the  Market 

Write  Us  When  You  are  lo  Need  of  New  Fonts 

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17A  35a  10  Point  Pastel  3 Mb  lbs.,  $2.50 

WRECKED  STORE  REBUILT 

Fire  Proof  Material  Used  Exclusively 

WorK  Done  by  35  Contractors 


19  A  37  a  8  Point  Pastel  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

PEOPLE  ARE  IN  DANGER  WHEN 

They  are   Crossing  the  Crowded   Streets 

For  Which  Our  Large  Cities  are  Noted 

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15  A  28a  12  Point  Pastel  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

DELIVER  FURNITURE 

Sideboards  Chairs  Couches 

New  Vans  492  and  Drays 


18  Point  Pastel 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


POTATOES  FROM  THE  COUNTRY 
Vegetable  Orders  57  Promptly  Delivered 


24  Point  Pastel 


5^8  lbs.,  $3.60 


DRY  GOODS  BELOW  COST 
Keep  Your  Eye  4  on  the  Windows 


4A  7a 


36  Point  Pastel 


SVi  lbs.,  $5.15 


HIGH  SCHOOLS 
Teaching  25  Students 


48  Point  Pastel 


12%  lbs.,  $7.75 


SOCIETIES 
Friday  5  Nights 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


376 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PASTEL    c^H^   SERIES 


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


60  Point  Pastel  15%  lbs.,  $9.35 


BUILDING 
Drug  3  Stores 


72  Point  Pastel  17%  lbs.,  $10.35 


NATURE 
Dew  7  Drop 


I    RHEUMATISM 


A  POSITIVE  CURE 

Wc  guarantee  to  cure  absolutely  and  permanently  the  worst  cases  of  Rheuma- 
tism, whether  it  be  acute,  inflamatory,  sciatica  or  muscular,  and  do  it  in  a 
safe  and  speedy  way.  It  is  not  necessary  for  you  to  suffer  any  longer  with 
your  affliction,  you  don't  have  to  take  our  word  for  it  but  ask  your  druggist 
for  Rheumo  Nut  Grape  Powders,  They  don't  keep  them;  they  sell  them. 
Remember  that  we  guarantee  them  to  cure  you.  Directions  on  each  package. 
Buy  today,  give  them  a  trial  and  if  not  satisfied   you  get  your  money  back. 


k 


point-Line,  point-set,  point-body  377  quality  and  finish  unequaled 


PASTEL   cm 


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


ISA  28a  12  Point  Pastel  Open  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

LIFE  FDRE  AND  ACCIDEIMT  HMSURAMCE  POLICIES 

BmbmnturmB  Issued  prst  M@irtgog@s  Bought  ond  Exchonged 

¥oluobl€  Fornm  ond  Oty  Property  F©r  Sol®  ot  Borgoms 

1134-56189© 


18  Point  Pastel  Open 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


CYCLONE  HARDWARE  DEALERS 
itobMshed  Twelve  Iqlyndredl  ond  Eighteen 
pi¥e  Twenty  Se¥en  524  Ninth  Avenue 


24  Point  Pastel  Open 


5'A  lbs.,  $3.50 


.UNGALO© 


■^^ochi 


uiT  fa: 

Apples  f@r  Sale 


4A  7a 


36  Point  Pastel  Open 


8%   lbs.,  $5.15 


EXPER 


a 


Artistic  8  Design 


4A  6a 


48  Point  Pastel  Open 


12%  lbs.,  $7.75 


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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


378 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


PASTEL 


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


60  Point  Pastel  Open 


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15%  lbs.,  $9.S0 


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ppinriQ 

tethimicai  .S)iD)e(Giica 


Summer  Clothing,  Owercoats,  Roln  Coats,  Top 
Coats,  Trousers,  Wash  and  fancy  Wests 
Sweaters,  SmoWng  Jaclcets 
and  Bath  Robes 


ig)0?=oa 


R@m@ir  Aymnum  ond  Cose  Street 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


379 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


PASTEL 


BOLD 


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


20  A  40  a     •  5  Point  Pastel  Bold  lib.,  $2.00 

WE  ARE  DRIFTING  FARTHER  EVERY  DAY 

Continuous  Performances  Excepting  Sundays  and  all  Holidays 

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19A38a  8  Point  Pastel  Bold  2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

MANY  HANDSOME  DESIGNS 
Shirts  and   Blouses  36  for  Spring  Wear 

HA  28a  12  Point  Pastel  Bold  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

STREET  CARNIVAL 
Many  Special  21  Attractions 


22  A  42  a  6  Point  Pastel  Bold  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

THERE  IS  A  GREAT  DIFFERENCE 

In  the  Traffic  of  Today  and  That  of  a  Few  Years  Ago 

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16A30a  10  Point  Pastel  Bold  3!46  lbs,,  $2.50 

DETROIT  FAST  MAIL 
Tourists  and  25  Homeseekers 

12A23a  14  Point  Pastel  Bold  4 5i  lbs.,  $3.00 

PRIZE  WINNER 
Grand  34  Turkey  Raffle 


18  Point  Pastel  Bold 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


BLOCKADED  BY  LANDSLIDES 
From  the  Great  Peaks  8  of  the  Rockies 


24  Point  Pastel  Bold 


S'A  lbs.,  $3.55 


LARCE  BANKINC  HOUSE 
Wrecked  by  23  Dishonest  Clerk 


4A8a 


30  Point  Pastel  Bold 


7  lbs.,  $4.35 


ROOMS  TO  RENT 
Apply  First  5  of  January 


Fancy  Characters  of  Pastel  Bold 


5  Point Vfi  lb.,  $0.05 

6  Point            '/^Ib.,  .05 

8  Point            Vfi  lb.,  .05 

10  Point Ya  lb.,  .10 

12  Point Vs  lb.,  .10 

14  Point Va  lb.,  .10 

18  Point     Vb  lb.,  .10 

24  Point 3/jiib.,  .10 


Weights  and  Prices  are  Approximate. 


fl  R  f  I) 


Fonts  contain  characters  1  to  4  inclusive. 


30  Point ^6  lb.,  $0.10 

36  Point }i  lb.,  .15 

42  Point ^6  lb.,  .15 

48  Point H  lb.,  .20 

54  Point..    H  lb.,  .20 

60  Point                              %ib.,  .25 

72  Point                              '4  lb.,  .35 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


380 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PASTEL    c^^    BOLD 


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


36  Point  Pastel  Bold  S^Xb  lbs.,  $5.05 


INTERESTING 
Magazine  21  Articles 


42  Point  Pastel  Bold  10%  lbs.,  $6.30 


COMMISSION 
Oranges  3  Grapes 

3 A  5a  48  Point  Pastel  Bold  12%  lbs.,  $7.55 

CARRIAGE 

Livery  5  Stables 

3  A  4a  54  Point  Pastel  Bold  14%  lbs.,  $8.75 

MILLINERY 

Open  8  Friday 

60    AND    72    POINT    SHOWN    ON    NEXT    PAGE. 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY       -  381  QUALITY    AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


PASTEL    c^^K^    BOLD 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  l-ine. 


60  Point  Pastel  Bold  16%  lbs.,  $10.10 


PICKLES 
Large  3  Peas 


72  Point  Pastel  Bold  2lH  lbs,  $12.25 


CHECKS 

Time  5  Boy 


Pastel   Bold   Series 


Is  built  for  service  in  work  of  every  description, 
from  the  choicest  productions  of  the  job  printer 
to  magazine  or  newspaper  advertising.  It  is  a 
letter  that  gains  one's  confidence;  a  face  that 
gives  to  printing  the  stamp  of  solid,  genuine  work. 


strong  Sturdy  Attractive 


PASTEL  BORDER  NO. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  382  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PASTEL 


BOLD 


A.C.ROGERS&CO. 

HARDWARE 


CATALOG  r908 


626  SMITHSONIAN  STREET 

CINCINNATI,  TENN. 


VOGUE   ORNAMENT   NO.    Ill,    »1.75 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  383  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


PASTEL 


CONDENSED 


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


24  A  45a        8  Point  Pastel  Condensed        2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  BACHELORS 

Good  Organization  For  Men  of  Sound  Judgement 

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21  A  39a       12  Point  Pastel  Condensed      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

VACATION  PLEASURES 
Sixty  Thousand  637  Pleasure  Seeders 

9  A  18a        24  Point  Pastel  Condensed        5^  lbs.,  $3.55 

EXPERIENCED 
Eight  Expert  9  Artists 


22  A  44a       10  Point  Pastel  Condensed       3 '/li  lbs,  $2.50 

HUNTING  IN  THE  JUNGLES 

Writing  an  Interesting  and  Educative  Novel 

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16  A  31a       14  Point  Pastel  Condensed       A%  lbs.,  $3.00 

MODERN  PRESSES 
Optimus  Reliance  43  Standard 

13  A  24a       18  Point  Pastel  Condensed       4'5i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

MONTHLY  CONCERTS 
Songs  of  the  6  Sunny  South 


30  Point  Pastel  Condensed 


6?  16  lbs.,  $4.05 


RELIABLE  POLITE  SALESMEN 
Selling  Staple  and  Fancy  34  Groceries 


5A  10a 


36  Point  Pastel  Condensed 


lbs.,  $4.25 


HUMOROUS  CUSTOMERS 
Beautifully  Decorated  82  Windows 


42  Point  Pastel  Condensed 


9  lbs.,  $5.40 


GRAND  SHOW  ROOM 
Exhibiting  Fine  5  China  Siiics 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


384 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PASTEL    ^^^^    CONDENSED 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ii 


Point  Pastel  Condensed  10^  lbs.,  $6.25 


BURGLAR  ALARM 
Photographs  67  Retouched 


54  Point  Pastel  Condensed  U/i  lbs.,  $7.50 


NORTON  STREET 
Magnificent  9  Structure 


60  Point  Pastel  Condensed  9}i  lbs.,  $5.60 


INDIAN  SPRING 

Fishing  and  5  Huntin 


72  Point  Pastel  Condensed  11%  lbs.,  $6.80 


COMMERCIAL 
Tobacco  4  Expor 

POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  385  QUALITY    AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


PASTEL  c^^^^  CONDENSED 


VOLUME  SEVEN 


NOVEMBER  1908 


NUMBER  EIGHT 


THE 

BUILDER'S 

RECORD 


CONTENTS 

The  Teakettle  Building    .    Howard  Kohler 

Illustrated  with  Photos  by  the  Author 

Ancient  and  Modern  Terra  Cotta    .    Editor 
New  Fire-proofing  Materials  .    J.  S.  Wine 

Patent  Office  Examiner 

Report  of  the  Twentieth  Annual  Meeting  of 

The  Builder's  Association  at  Poplar 

City,  September  4-6, 1908 

News  Items  and  Editorial  Comment 


TEMPLE  ORNAMENTS   NO.  1024,    75C. 


b 


THE  BUILDERS  ASSOCIATION  PUBLISHING  COMPANY  .  123*  SCAFFOLD  BUILDING  .  MASONRYBURO 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MERIT 


SERIES 


Decorating 
Your  Home 


Hints  on  Fresco 


FINISHO  PAINTS 
WEAR  LONGEST 


VOGUE  ORNAMENTS  NO.    t12,  50C. 


P^SP^SP^SP^^i^ 


POINT  SYSTEM 
LINE .  SET.  BODY 
TYPES 


ho's  your 
tove  Man? 


ou  are  not  trading  with  us  we 
sk  you  a  pertinent  question  or 
oes  he  display  as  an  attractive 
and  at  lower  prices  than  ours? 

cmakcr''  Gas  Ranges 

5??  'rZl  $90 


The  above  represents  our  line  and 
stands  for  the  best  stove  science  and 
coupled  with  our  courteous  treatment 
makes  a  tandem  that  simply  demands 
attention.  We  want  to  show  you  why 
we  should  be  YOUR  **Stove  people" 

Noble  Stove  Works 


96  POINT  BORDER   NO.    3623 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-^BODY 


387 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


MERIT 


SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I,ii 


23  A  44a  6  Point  Merit  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

FASHIONABLE  DRESSMAKING  EMPORIUM 

Guarantee  Satisfaction  in  Ladies  Tailor  Made  Suits 

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21A  42a  10  Point  Merit  3',i6  lbs,  $2.50 

GROCERIES  AND  /MERCHANDISE 
Beautiful  Modern  35  House  Furnishings 

llA  21a  18  Point  Merit  4'?i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

TICKET  OFFICES 
Arliansas  35  Excursion 


21  A  40a  8  Point  Merit  2M  lbs.,  $2.25 

LENINGTON  GRAIN  SPECULATORS 

Cattle  Buyers  and   Dealers  in  Pine  Lumber 

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17A  38a  UPointMerit  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

GRAND  FLORAL  PARADE 
Minstrel  Bands  20  in  Attendance 

15  A   28a  14  Point  Merit  45/16  lbs.,  $3.00 

PASSENGER  STATION 
Express  Train  46  Eastbound 


8A  16a 


20  Point  Merit 


4'5,6  lbs.,  $3.25 


SEVERAL  DIFFERENT  DRAWINGS 

Specifications  Submitted  for  12  New  Bridges 


24  Point  Merit 


5%  lbs.,  $3.60 


T0U6HEST  AND  MOST  DURABLE 
Clothing  for  83  Hunting  and  Fishing 


36  Point  Merit 


85/16  lbs.,  $5.15 


ELECTRIC  AUTOmOBILE 
General  Repair  8  Department 


48  Point  Merit 


12'Sf6lbs.,  $7.80 


EASY  PAYMENTS 
Furniture  and  5  Carpets 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


MERIT    C^^^^    SERIES 


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


3  A  4a  60  Point  Merit  Il5l6  lbs.,  $6.80     • 

WHEAT  MARKET 

Growing  2  Stronger 


72  Point  Merit  '      1554  lbs.,  $8.90 


MONUMENT 

Shows  4  Respect 


1 

• 

iWERIT  WIINS  PRAISE 

• 

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• 

A  Strong  and  Durable  Type 
which  can  be  used  to  good 
advantage  In  various  ways 

CAST  FRO/Vl 

Superior  Copper-Mixed  iWetal 

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POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  389  QUALITY   AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


■■^fe,-. 


CLUB 


SERIES 


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


13A25a  6  Point  Club  1%  lbs,  $2.00 

STMR    OF»ERM    HCXJSE 

E^ng;llsh  and   French   Best   F»lays 

Three    CZomIc    Sho\A/s    IDallv 


12A22a  8  Point  Club  2 !4  lbs.,  $2.25 

F»UF»ILS    \A/ELCO;V\E 

Deiintv  Lunch   F'oi-  Ladies 

Samples   foi-  Chilcii-^n 

l:2345<5T8QO 


10A22a  10  Point  Club  S'/fe  lbs.,  $2.50 

BRUSSELS  C/\RF>EXS  AND  XAF*ESXRY 

Complete  and  F'aslnionalDle  Line  of  Easy  Chairs 

Grocery  Department  :28  on  Sixteenth  F'loor 

lOA  17a  12  Point  Club  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

B/\RG/\IINS   EVERY  TUESDAY 

Xhese^   Sal^s   Contiriu^    Until   Septe^mlber 

yWusic  EurnisHeci  -4:2  toy  Seas  Banci 


6A  10a 


18  Point  Club 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


yWORNING  GLORIES 

Sketches  from  Slumlberlancl 
Armerican  Beauty  5  Rose 


24  Point  Club 


5^  lbs.,  $3.60 


F^ine  Spring  Chictcens 
Oystei"s  in  7  Season 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


390 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CLUB 


SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ine. 


3A  4a 


36  Point  Club 


9%  lbs,,  $5.90 


AaiNCE  RIE 


48  Point  Club 


14  lbs.,  $8.40 


Large  8  TWan 


60  Point  Club 


19%  lbs.,  $11.60 


Red  7  Caps 


72  Point  Club 


21/8  lbs.,  $12.25 


SNAKE 
Greedy  5 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


391 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


CLUB    c^^^    SERIES 


The  Rrocit4ce  Exchange 

Exporters    and   W/holesalers 

\/og:etalDles     JT^    r^  LJ  1     1        Native  F=^ish 
Commission  yv\e^rchants 


R.  I.  Cook. .  Buye^i- 


HALE    JP 


/VlftINU 

GUINS.RIEL 

C/\RXRI 
RER/\IR| 


General   Offices   and 

Target  Cour 


Orchard   Lake 


RAINT 


Reasons 
\A/hy 


Leads 


INEIA/    STORE 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


392 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


HARD  TIRES 


P0R1.IGMT  VEHICLES 


FASTEST  RUININIINC 


SLOWEST  WEARING 


The  Only  Patented  Solid  Rubber 

Detachable  Light  Vehicle  Tire  in  the  World 

Giving  Satisfaction 

Endorsed  by  The  Amalgamated  Order  Autoists  and 

Chauffeurs  of  Good  Road  City 

Clubs  and  Owners 

Everywhere 


MAISUf  ACTURED  BY 


TME   HARD  TIRE  MAIN UfACTU RING  COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA  VALVELESS,  Ohio  SAIINT  ANDREWS 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


393 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


ARINO    c^^^    INO.  2 


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


22  A  43  a  6  Point  Arno  No.  2         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

WHEN   BEAUTIES  CALMLY  SLEEP 

Lights  Must  be  Burning  Low  and  Silence   Prevail 

Otherwise  They  Will  Wake  Up  With  a  Headache 

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17A  34a  10  Point  Arno  No.  2       S'/fi  lbs.,  $2.50 

WELCOME  SUINLICMT 

Gladdens  Many  275  a  Sad  heart 

Brightens  Many  Dark  Paths 


23  A  43a  8  Point  Arno  No.  2  iVt,  lbs.,  $2.25 

SECOND  ANNUAL  RECEPTION 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Grocery  Clerks  Outing 

Trains  Leave  for  Grove  Every  Minute 

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16  A  33  a 


12  Point  Arno  No.  2       3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


SAINDVILLE  BANKS 

Loan  and  Trust  368  Company 

Mortgages  Bought  and  Sold 


8A  19a 


18  Point  Arno  No.  2 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


SUNDAY  MORINIING  GAZETTE 
Foreign  and  Domestic  924  Ball  Game  News 


24  Point  Arno  No.  2 


5%  lbs.,  $3.50 


COLLEGE  PROFESSORS 
Cambridge  Yale  85  and  Harvard 


5A  8a 


30  Point  Arno  No.  2 


7Vi  lbs.,  $4.45 


SEASIDE  RESORTS 
Bathing  in  47  the  Ocean 


36  Point  Arno  No.  2 


8'/6  lbs.,  $5.00 


MODEL  MAKER 
handsome  38  Design 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


394 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ARINO    C^^fe^    NO.  2 


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


4A6a  48  Point  Arno  No.  2  13H  lbs.,  $7.80 

EMORMOUS 
Copper  9  Mining 

3A4a  60  Point  Arno  No.  2  16%  lbs.,  $9.80 

PRINTER 

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BARBERS  TAR 


Marvelous  Face  Cream 

To  be  used  after  shaving 

You  will  find  this  Cream  to  be  far  Superior  to  any 
you  have  previously  used.    Gives  perfect  satisfaction. 

It  will  quickly  remove  freckles,  tan,  blackheads  and  pimples 

fOR  SALE  AT  ALL  FIRST  CLASS  BARBER  SHOPS  AND  DRUG  STORES.   50c  PER  BOTTLE 

12    POINT   BORDER    NO.    1S8 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  395  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


TOPIC 


NUMBER  5 


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


27A55a  6  Point  Topic  No.  5         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

INDIAN  AND  AMERICAN  ANTIQUITIES 

Revealed  in  Buried  Cities  Where  Once  Enliglitened  People  Dwelt 

American  Buffalo  Gradually  Being  Extinguished 

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22  A  45  a  10  Point  Topic  No.  5         3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.50 

HINTING  SEASON  OPENS 

Scarcity  of  Wild  Game  in  Canada  Causing 

Hunters  to  Invade  42  African  Jungles 


25  A  50a  8  Point  Topic  No.  5  2 K  lbs.,  $2.25 

WHERE  BUSY  CHICAGO  NOW  STANDS 

Once  Grew  Dense  Forests  Filled  with  Savage  Indians 

Constantly  Watching  for  the  Whitemans  Scalp 

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20  A  41  a  12  Point  Topic  No.  5  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

SHEET  IRON  WORKERS 

Cutting  and  Shaping  Heavy  Sheet  Iron 

Makes  Men  of  37  Strong  Muscle 


14  Point  Topic  No.  5 


45<  lbs.,  $3.00 


INITED  STATES  BATTLE  SHIPS  SAILING  NORTHWARD 

Captured  Cruisers  Returned  Sailors  Paroled  and  many  Prisoners  Exchanged 
Treaty  of  Peace  Signed  486  and  Diplomatic  Relations  Resumed 


ISA  26a 


18  PointTopic  No.  5 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


HANDSOME  MACHINES  EXHIBITED  AT  PARIS 

Exposition  Judged  by  Many  to  be  Light  Strong  and  Speedy 

IVIost  Perfect  Macliine  529  on  the  Market  today 


24  Point  Topic  No.  5 


S^ii  lbs.,  $3.50 


MOUNTAIN  SCENERY  REPRODUCED 
Grand  Cyclorama  of  68  the  Rocky  Mountains 


7  A  13  a 


30  Point  Topic  No.  5 


elit  lbs.,  $4.00 


OPPORTUNITY  MOST  EXCELLENT 
Farmers  Getting  23  Beautiful  Homesteads 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


396 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


TOPIC    ^^^fe^    NIIVIBER5 


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


36  Point  Topic  No.  5  7%  lbs.,  $4.45 


REPIBLICAN  AND  DEMOCRATS 

Young  Men  Running  59  for  Office 


42  Point  Topic  No.  5  9H  lbs.,  $5.50 


STATE  REGIMENT  BAND 

Bold  Guards  65  New  Armory 


Point  Topic  No.  5  lOJ^  lbs.,  $6.25 


LARGE  GRANARIES 

Wheat  Corn  73  and  Barley 


54  Point  Topic  No.  5  12%  lbs.,  $7.55 


SOUTH  AERICAN 

Elegant  Cut62  Diamonds 

CANOKR  SIZES  SHOWN  ON  NKXT  PAOC 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  397  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


TOPIC    c^^^    NIIV1BCR5 


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


3  A  4a  60  Point  Topic  No.  5  lO'/fi  lbs.,  $6.05 

BRIGHT  MINDS 

Training  37  Humanity 


72  Point  Topic  No.  5  11%  lbs.,  $6.70 


DEEP  SEA  ElSn 

Whales  48  Sharks 


96  Point  Topic  No.  5  15?^  lbs.,  $8.00 


Corner  52 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  898  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


TOPIC 


NIMBER  5 


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The  Rosewood 

DIVANS 
DAVENPORTS 
WASH  STANDS 
MORRIS  CHAIRS 
HALL  CLOCKS 
OfflCE  DESKS 
OfflCE  CHAIRS 
ROCKERS 
DINING  CHAIRS 
RATTAN  CHAIRS 
DINING  TABLES 
CARD  TABLES 
WRITING  DESKS 
MISIC  CABINETS 
LIBRARY  TABLES 
CHINA  CABINETS 
PARLOR  CABINETS 
DRESSING  CASES 
BEDSTEADS 

Furniture  Co. 

MANlf ACTIRERS  AND 
DEALERS  IN 

HIGH-GRADE 

furniture 

In  connection  with  our 
mammoth  furniture 
factory  we  have  added 
a  rattan  department 
which  enables  us  to 
design  and  manufacture 
anything  that  is  really 
artistic  in  the  way  of 
chairs,  rockers  and  all 
kinds  of  woven  goods. 

COICHES 
ETC. 

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mi  ROSEWOOD 

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FIIRNITIIRE  CO. 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


WESEL 


SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  ifiven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniiorni  Line. 


22  A  44a  6  Point  Wesel  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

GRAND  OPPORTtlMITY  fOR  YOLNG  MEN 

Invest  Your  Money  in  the  Wildcat  Mining  Company 

Big  Returns  Promised  on  Small  Investments 

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19A  39a  10  Point  Wesel  Sl/fi  lbs.,  $2.50 

AN\tAL  HARVEST  REPORTS 

Large  Yield  of  27  Grain  in  the  West 

Farmers  are  Paying  Mortgages 


21  A  44a  8  Point  Wesel  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

GOVERNMENT  IRRIGATION  CANAL 

Extensive  Tracks  of  Land  Through  the  West 

Made  Property  Valuable  with  Irrigation 

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17A  35  a  12  Point  Wesel  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

EXTENSIVE  BUSINESS 

Shipping  Snowballs  63  to  Florida 

Shipped  via  the  Hotair  Line 


14  Point  Wesel 


4?-i'6  lbs.,  $3.00 


AMERICAN  CELEBRATED  LITERARY  CHARACTERS 

Brief  Personal  Sketch  of  78  some  Distinguished  Writers 

Solicitors  Wanted  to  Take  Orders  in  Every  Large  City 


18  Point  Wesel 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


WONDERFUL  MECHANICAL  DEVELOPMENT 

Present  Century  Makes  69  an  Excellent  Showing 

Modern  Machinery  Shipped  to  South  America 


7A  12a 


24  Point  Wesel 


5%  lbs.,  $3.55 


RELIABLE  PRINTING  PRESSES 
Babcock  Optimus  5  Reigns  Supreme 


5A  9a 


30  Point  Wesel 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


REAL  ESTATE  BARGAIN 
Suburban  Property  23  Selling 


BARISIHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


400 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


WESEL    C^^^    SERIES 


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


36  Point  Wesel  Sffi  lbs.,  $5.10 


STRANDED  STEAMER 
Building  37  Eiglity  Sliips 


Point  Wesel  12Ji  lbs.,  $7.70 


BLACK  DIAMOND 

Express  3  Company 


60  Point  Wesel  UH  lbs.,  $7.45 


BOATSWAIN 

Climbing  2  Mast 


72  Point  Wesel  14%  lbs.,  $8.45 


SHOE  SALE 

Open  8  Nights 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  401  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


WESEL 


SERIES 


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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


SHERIDAN 


SERIES 


rtUTO  RACES 

Official  Daiiu 
PROGRflMM^ 


The 

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6up 

Series 


J'^«« 


■  ORNAMENTS 


[Week  of  September  S^MO*"? 
The  tiaviland  ftuto  Glub  Course 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


403 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


SHERIDflN 


SERIES 


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


20A38a  6  Point  Sheridan  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

LADIES  Fn&HIONflBLE  TAILOR 

Satisfaction  Guaranteed  Ih  Tailor  Made  Suits 

Waists  Skirts  Cloaks  Gapes  and  Jackets 

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■ISA  31a  10  Point  Sheridan  3'/i6  lbs.,  $2.50 

GLOTHING  BARGAINS 

Great  Gleaning  Sale  Gontinuing 

Gotten  Goods  23  Sacrificed 


18A37a  8  Point  Sheridan  2K  lbs,  $2.25 

FANCY  NECKWEAR  SALE 

Wednesdau  Bargains  in  Latest  Novelties 

Stulish  flats  Boots  and  Shoes 

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ISA  29a  .     12  Point  Sheridan  3  %lbs.,  $7.75 

UNUSUAL  BARGAINS 

tfandsome  Souvenir  Present 

With  Each  59  Purchase 


14  Point  Sheridan 


4'/f'6  lbs.,  $3.00 


GENERAL  MERGHflNDISE  DEPftRTMENT 

tlead  to  Foot  Outfitters  and  Household  Furnishings 

Salt  and  Fresh  Meats  86  Groceries  and  Drugs 


9A  18a 


18  Point  Sheridan 


4%  lbs.,  $3.25 


ONE  HUNDRED  SUMMER  tiOMES 

Beautifully  Located  Rich  and  Costly  Furnishings 

Situated  on  the  92  Shores  of  Lake  Easter 


24  Point  Sheridan 


57i6  lbs.,  $3.50 


IMPROVED  MftGHINERY 

Exhibition  at  tiie  59  Saint  Louis  Fair 


30  Point  Sheridan 


6^8  lbs.,  $4.30 


JUDGED  BY  EXPERTS 

Durable  Strong  56  and  Efficient 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


401 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


SHERIDAN    c^^^    SERIES 


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


36  Point  Sheridan  8%  lbs.,  $5.20 


NORTON  AVENUE 

Evanston  Club  68  Rooms 


Point  Sheridan  12%  lbs.,  $7.70 


FOUNDATIONS 

Wholesale  34  House 


60  Point  Sheridan  H'A,  Jbs.,  $8.40 


nMERicnN 

Sand  94  Banks 


72  Point  Sheridan  16^  lbs.,  $9.SS 


MODERN 

Auditorium  8 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  405  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LUXOR 


NUMBER  5 


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


22A42a  6  Point  Luxor  No.  5  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

EXCURSION  BOAT  MANCHESTER 

Finest  Excursion  Boat  on  Water  Making  Dally 

Trips  to  Luna  Island  Rocky  Park  Conway 

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18  A  38  a  8  Point  Luxor  No.  5  2^  lbs.,  $2.25 

PRESENT  DAY  PROGRESS 

Electric  Lights  Trolley  Car  Automobile 

Printing  Press  and  Ocean  Cable 

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15  A  34a  10  Point  Luxor  No.  5  3'f6  lbs.,  $2.S0 

INTRODUCTION  OF  THREE  DISTINCT  METHODS 

Of  Printing  was  Made  by  Different  Persons  and  at  three  Different 

Places  During  the  same  Period  784  of  Fifteenth  Century 


12  Point  Luxor  No.  5 


3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


BIG  CITIZENS  NONPARTISAN  MEETING 

Opposing  Election  of  Designing  Politicians  Men  Prominent 

In  Business  Affairs  Take  529  Part  in  the  Meeting 


14  Point  Luxor  No.  5 


M4b  lbs.,  $3.00 


BUYERS  IN  AMERICAN  MARKET 
Struggling  to  Buy  36  Spring  and  Summer  Goods 


18  Point  Luxor  No.  5 


5 '^6  lbs.,  $3.35 


PRINCIPAL  INSTRUCTIONS 
Reproducing  the  37  Human  Thoughts 


24  Point  Luxor  No.  5 


5}4  lbs.,  $3.55 


POPULAR  MELODIES 
Marine  Band  24  Give  Concert 


36  Point  Luxor  No.  5 


SS/ii,  lbs.,  $5.35 


DOMESTICS 
Bargain  39  Hunter 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


406 


SUPERIOR   COPPER    MIXED  TYPE 


LUXOR 


NUMBER  5 


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


Point  Luxor  No.  5 


12^  lbs.,  $7.65 


CHESTER 
Neat  37  Dairy 


60  Point  Luxor  No.  5 


18%  lbs.,  $11.10 


SPRING 
Rug  3  Sales 


High  Grade 

PRINTING  INK 


Fine  Booli,  Cut  and 
Half -Tone  Blaclis. 


We  handle  the  best  obtainable  at  prices  that 
are  in  Iceeping  with  the  goods. 


Copy  Inks— all  colors 


Typewriter  Circular  Inks 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LUXOR 


NUMBER  5 


The  Loraine  Company 

Printers 


2348  Divided  Avenue  . . .  Ty pet  own 


m: 


Pamphlet  and 
Blank  Book 
Binders 


Southern  Bindery 


Bell  Telephone 

Cumberland 

932S  A 


Maiden  Avenue  and  Soutit  Boulevard 

COVERTON  190 


Gentlemen: 

Please  deliver  at  once  via witli  invoice 

tlie  following  goods  and  charge  to  our  account: 


Orchard  Creamery 

Butter,  Eggs,  Dairy  Products 

Peartree  Grove ....  Iowa 


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BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIIMDLER'S 


408 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PLYMOUTH 


se:rie:s 


S275 

Cobalte  Piano 

for  $175 


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If  your  neighbor  possesses  a  Cobalte  Piano 
you  probably  know  its  many  points  of  superi- 
ority >vhich  no  other  piano  made  possesses — 
its  clear,  resonant  tone,  fine  sounding  board, 
responsive  touch,  beautiful  case  and  finish. 


JUST  THINK 

of  having  the  music  of  a  "Cobalte** 
every  evening  in  your  home  at  the 
exceptionally  low  price  of 

$1  PER  WEEK 

This  is  a  proposition  which  you  cannot  dupli- 
cate in  Eastville  today,  therefore  you  should 
not  miss  this  opportunity  of  securing  a  really 
high-grade  piano  at  this  low  figure.  There  are 
plenty  of  pianos  at  $1.00  a  >veek,  it  is  true — 
but  there  is  only  one  Cobalte. 

Stool  and  Scarf  with  every  Piano 


COBALTE  PIANO  CO 

25  HARMONY  AVENUE 


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QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


PLYMOUTH    c^^^    SERIES 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ine. 


19  A  38  a  6  Point  Plymouth  l'/i6  lbs,  $2.00 

FINE  LILAC  AND  ROSE  BUSHES 

Magnificent  Displ&y  in  all  the  Summer  Gardens 

Large  Cro^vds  Visiting  the  Parks  every  Day 

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13  A  26  a  12  Point  Plymouth         3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

ATHLETIC  GAME 

Breaks  all  49  the  Records 
Silver  Medals  A>varded 


18  A  34a  8  Point  Plymouth  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

PROSPECT  FOR  DIAMONDS 

South  Australian  Investment  Company 

Insures  Success  to  Diligent  Seekers 

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ISA  29a  10  Point  Plymouth         S'Ab  lhs.,$2.SQ 

SECRET  SOCIETIES 

Holding  First  12  Annual  Picnic 
Prize  for  Best  Looking  Girl 


llA  20a  14  Point  Plymouth  4^  lbs,  $3.00 

EASTERN  COLLEGE  GRADUATES 

Seeking  the  Golden  West  for  Financial  Openings 
Selling  of  Government  65  Land  an  Attraction 

7 A  15  a  18  Point  Plymouth  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

SOUTH  LEAGUE  GAMES 

Western  Association  Games  are  Played 
Base  Ball  Parks  71  Close  for  Season 

5 A  9a  24  Point  Plymouth  5%  lbs.,  $3.65 

GRAND  OLD  FLAGS 

National  Emblem  92  Display 

4  A  7  a  30  Point  Plymouth  6'^16  lbs.,  $4.30 

STORM  CLOUDS 

Moonlight  on  2  the  Lake 

BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  410  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


PLYMOUTH 


SCRIPS 


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


3  A  6a 


36  Point  Plymouth 


8%  lbs.,  $5.30 


EAST  GROVE 

Pleasing  5  Comedy 


Point  Plymouth 


13 5<  lbs.,  $7.95 


ELECTRIC 
Storm  7  Hacks 


3A  4a 


54  Point  Plymouth 


15K  lbs.,  $9.15 


STORIES 

Rifle  2  Range 


LARGER  SIZES  SHOWN  ON  FOLLOWING  PAGES. 


Fancy  Characters  of  Plymouth 


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6  Point - Vi  lb.,  $0.30 

8  Point K6  lb.,      .30 

10  Point ^  lb.,      .30 

12  Point- %  lb.,      .35 

14  Point M  lb.,      .35 


Weiglits  and  Prices  are  Approximate 

18  Point %  lb.,  $0.45 

24  Point %  lb.,      .55 

30  Point---- %lb.,      .65 

36  Point 1  Mb  lbs.,      .70 

48  Point---- l%lbs.,      .70 


54  Point--- \%  lbs.,  $0.80 

60  Point -l^lbs.,      .95 

72  Point l^lbs.,      .85 

96  Point 2%  lbs.,    1.35 

120  Point 3%  lbs.,    1.70 


Characters  10,  11,  12,  and  13  not  made  in  72,  96  and  120  point. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


PLYMOUTH    c^^fe^    SERIES 


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


60  Point  Plymouth  19ji  lbs.,  $11.90 


BRIDGE 
Dark  5  Spot 


72  Point  Plymouth  25^  lbs.,  $14.55 


FROGS 

Leaping  4 


96  Point  Plymouth  34^6  lbs.,  $17.75 


SONG 

8  Sledge 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIISIDLER'S  412  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PLYMOUTH    c^^fe:^    SERIES 


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


3A3a  120  Point  Plymouth  45 '/ii  lbs.,  $21.65 

DOG 

Boys 


Colonial  Furniture 

lohe  Plymouth  Rock  Beds 
Duckingstool  Settles 


Winthrop-Alden  Company 
Provincetown 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  413  QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


TLy^MOX/TH 


ITALIC 


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


17  A  33  a  6  Point  Plymouth  Italic     1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

FI/fE  GE/f\/IJ^E  -BX/TTE'R 
Alt  TacKagej  Property  Marked  and  Detitfered 
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14 A  28  a  10  Point  Plymouth  Italic    3'A(,  lbs.,  $2.50 

COJJj^Ty  FAI'R 

Trixe  Cattle  6  7  are  Bjchibifed 


10  A  20a  14  Point  Plymouth  Italic     4^  lbs.,  $3.00 

HO'RSE  SHOW 
"Bi^  Society  35  I^Cenls 


15  A  31  a  8  Point  Plymouth  Italic      iVi  lbs.,  $2.25 

U/fUSrUAL  -BATKGAIJ^ 

"Present J    to    Ef-Oery    JVcfce/    Customer 
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12A  22a  12  Point  Plymouth  Italic    3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

CO'RJ^E'R  STOTtE 
Important  4-2   Dispatch 

7A  12a  18  Point  Plymouth  Italic    4'?f6  lbs.,  $3.25 

H\/JVTIJVG 
'Rabbits  8  VucKif 


5A  8a 


24  Point  Plymouth  Italic 


5%  lbs.,  $3.65 


OTtAJVGE  CEJVTETt 

T^aily  Li'Oe^  of  S  J^oied  Men 


30  Point  Plymouth  Italic 


6%  lbs.,  $4.25 


CRBEJ^  "BACKS 

KJndly  Gi'Oe  3  Heposilor 


Taney  Characters  o_f  'Plymotith  Italic 


Weights  and  Prices  are  Approximate 

6  Point - V%  lb.,  $0.15      I      14  Point Mi  lb.,  $0.25 

SPoint ffilb.,      .20  18  Point ^Ib.,      .30 

10  Point. Klb.,      .20  24  Point  ..  %  lb.,      .40 

12  Point - V\\h.,      .20      I      30  Point fa  lb.,      .40 


36  Point K  lb.,  $0.45 

48  Point - 1%  lbs.,      .65 

60  Point 1  Klbs.,      .80 

72  Point \^^  lbs.,      .85 


Characters  Nos.  7  and  8  not  made  in  60  and  72  point. 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


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Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate:  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Une. 


36  Point  Plymouth  Italic  8546  lbs.,  $5.20 


HOSE  'BUSH 

Fragrant  4-  Floitters 

3A  4a  48  Point  Plymouth  Italic  13JY6  lbs.,  $7.90 

GEJ^JJIJ^E 

^Khine  6  Stone4' 


60  Point  Plymouth  Italic  \8H  lbs.,  $11.25 


'BO/fDS 

Large  5  ThicK. 


71  Point  Plymouth  Italic     ,  19f^  lbs.,  $11.40 


SHIJ^E 

Long  5  'Run 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET.  POINT-BODY  415  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


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SIGNS 


PHOJVE 

CATiEy  624- 


GOL'D  S'IGJVS 
S'lLVE'R  S'IGJVS' 
COTTB'R  SIGJVS 
GLA.SS  SIGJVS 
METAL  SIGJ^S 
T  I  JV  S  I  G  J^  S- 
CLOTH  SIGJVS 
WALL  SIGJVS 
WOOT)  SIGJVS 
TATE'R      SIGJVS 


VOGUE   ORNAMENT   NO.    2,    40C. 


We  employ  the  best 
artistJt  obtainable  in 
our  modern  painting 
4-bop  and  therefore 
guarantee  cu4:tomers 
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SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PLYMOUTH 


CONDENSED 


By  Experts 


We  wish  to  call  the  atieniion  of  our  many  patrons 
that  we  have  been  fortunate  enough  to  secure  the 
services  of  the  best  to  be  had  among  the  higher 
I  grade  workmen  and  can  guarantee  our  customers 
the  most  perfect  workmanship  in  every  respect  on 


Catalogs 

Booklets 

Folders 

Pamphlets 

Heralds 

Stringers 

Dodgers 

Circulars 

Maps,  etc. 


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Letterheads 

Noteheads 

Billheads 

Statements 

Envelopes 

Business 

and 

Personal 

Cards,  etc. 


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POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET    POINT-BODY 


QUAL.ITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


PLYMOUTH    c^^R^    CONDENSED 


Weijfhts  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  pajje  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-i 


22  A  45  a    6  Point  Plymouth  Condensed    1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

OLD  BUNKER  HILL  MONUMENT 

Erected  at  Boston  will  ever  be  a  Source  of  ^reat  Pride 

To  the  Citizens  of  the  State  of  Massachusetts 

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18  A  36a    12  Point  Plymouth  Condensed    3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

NATIONAL  PROBLEMS 


22  A  43a     8  Point  Plymouth  Condensed     2)4  lbs.,  $2.25 

NORTHWESTERN  BARGAIN  HOUSE 

Latest   Styles    in    Millinery   and  Rare    Plume: 

Are  now  Selling  at  Greatly  Reduced  Prices 

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19  A  40a    10  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  3\u  lbs.,  $2.50 

GRAND  CANYON  SCENERY 
Eighty  Constitutional  Amendments  Purchased  from  the  Governments  Art 

Several  386  Immigration  Laws  j  Collection  897  Exhibited  at  Paris 

13  A  27  a  14  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

ENORMOUS  YIELDS  OF  EARLY  WHEAT 

Shipments  Made  to  England  55  Scotland  and  Switzerland 

lOA  20a  18  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  4'5i'6  lbs.,  $3.25 

FAST  MAIL  SPEEDS  TO  BUFFALO 

Bargain  Sale  in  Mens  83  and  Womens  Clothes 

6A  12a  24  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  5-H  lbs,  $3.60 

EXCELLENT  BUILDINGS 

Payments  Made  4  Weekly  or  Monthly 


Fancy  Characters  of  Plymouth  Condensed 

at 

i 

2 

K    m    IV    \i    R. 

3                                      4                                      5                                  6                        '            7 

Weights  and  Prices  are  Appro.ximate. 

Of    5^e    V 

8                                                9                                             10 

6  Point 
8  Point  . 
10  Point 
12  Point 

Ks  lb.,  $0.20            14  Point                              S/fi  lb.,  $0.25 

J,i6lb.,      .20            18  Point                              %  lb.,      .30 

,^lb.,      .20            24  Point                              %  lb.,      .30 

54  lb.,      .25            30  Point                              %lb.,      .40 

36  Point                               ^  lb.,  $0.50 
48  Point                               74  lb.,      .55 
60  Point                                 1  lb.,      .60 
72  Point                           l!4lbs.,      .65 

Character  number  10  not  included  in  fonts  6  to  36  point  inclusive. 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  418  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


*^^fe^ 


PLYMOUTH    c^^K^    CONDENSED 


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


5A  10a  30  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  7%  lbs.,  $4.40 

DEPOSIT  VAULTS 

Money  Loaned  8  on  Buildings 


36  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  8'/i6  lbs.,  $5.00 


GREAT  BARGAIN 

Grand  Country  4  Ruined 


Point  Plymouth  Condensed  12%  lbs.,  $7.6S 


ESTIMATING 

Riverdale  5  Cottage 


60  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  13ji  lbs.,  $8.95 


ENERGETIC 

Seeking  6  Money 

72  POINT  SHOWN  ON  NEXT  PASE 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  419  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


PLYMOUTH 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  Page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Iv 


72  Point  Plymouth  Condensed  14^  lbs.,  $8.25 


CENTRAL 

Long  8  Express 


THE  EASTERN  AND  WESTERN 


EXCURSION  LINE 


Both  together  being  without  doubt,  in  every  respect, 
the  finest  and  fastest  excursion  boats  that  are  run  in 
the  interest  of  the  traveling  public  in  the  United 
States.  A  trip  on  one  of  these  famous  steamers,  on 
the  noblest  stream  in  the  country,  offers  the  rarest 
attractions.  They  are  fitted  up  in  the  most  elegant 
style,  exclusively  for  passengers.  Their  great  speed, 
fine  orchestra,  spacious  saloons,  private  parlors  and 
luxurious  accommodations  renders  them  unexcelled 
in  every  respect. 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  420  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PLrYMOVTH 


BOLrD 


TYPE 


ihJ|A  that  is  jQifiBj 

^   ■   POINT  LtIBIE:    ■    ^ 
POINT   SET 
POINT  BODY 


IS 


^  Good  Type  (^ 


Rea.lly  hl^h'^racle  printing  oa.n  be  Aor\e  only 
-wiib  fotxndry  -type;  ancl  of  ootxrse  it  ^oes 
-without  saying  that  the  bast  type  not  only 
^ives  the  best  results,  but  that  It  Is  the  most 
economical.  Stxperlor  Copper-Mixed  Type 
Is  as  near  perfection  as  the  highest  skill*  In 
combination  -with  the  nnost  perfect  material 
and  appliances  can  make  it. 


Matnufatotut-e<l   by 

BARNIIA.RT  BROS.  ^  SPINDLrER 

TYPE  FOVPIDERS 
CHICAGO 


ART  BORDER 


POirJT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


421 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


PLrYMOVTH    c^^R^    BOLrD 


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


ISA  28a  6  Point  Plymouth  Bold  I'/fi  lbs.,  $2.00  |  14A  27a  8  Point  Plymouth  Bold  2  K  lbs.,  $2.25 

INTBI^I^IGENT  MERCHANT  SBKKING  KNOWLrEDGC 

Prosperouis  F*af-me«-»  Gra.na  Home  Instructions  In   Keeping  Books 

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12A23a  10  Point  Plymouth  Bold         S'li  lbs.,  $2.50  llA21a  12  Point  Plymouth  Bold         3%  lbs,  $2.75 

BLrTVCK  WALrNVT  DIXON  NORMALr 

Roclcet-s  352  SLndi  CHaIrs  Business  418  Colleges 

9 A  18a  14  Point  Plymouth  Bold  45i6  lbs.,  $3.05 

rei^iabLtE:  bank  directors 

Monthly  Statements  36  Fully  Submitted 

6A  Ila  •  18  Point  Plymouth  Bold  S'ii.  lbs.,  $3.35 

fine:  shcphe:rd  dogs 

Watch  Over  the   37  Sheep  Fold 

4A8a  24  Point  Plymouth  Bold  S'lt,  lbs.,  $3.50 

BOAT  TO  RGNT 

Orand  6  Sutiday  Papers 

3A6a  30  Point  Plymouth  Bold  7H  lbs.,  $4.40 

CIRCVI^ATION 

Morning  56  E«venin^ 


F'ancy  CHaracter's  of  PlytxiouiH  Bold 

a.hnvtvM^^ICofi2  i;/fe 

12  J  45678  9  10  11 

Weights  and  Prices  are  approximate. 

6Point J/16  lb.,  $0.25  14  Point .  ^  lb.,  $0.35  36  Point Vs  \h.,    $0.60 

SPoint i. %\h.,      .30  18  Point    %  lb.,      .35  48  Point iMlbs.,      .80 

lOPoint ^Ib.,      .30  24  Point %  lb.,      .45  60  Point Iji  lbs.,      .85 

12  Point Hlb.,      .35  30  Point  54  lb.,      .45  72  Point   l%lbs.,    1.15 

Character  No.  10  not  made  in  60  and  72  point.  Character  No.  11  not  made  in  6,  48,  60  and  72  point. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  433  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PLrYMOVTH    c^^K^    BOLrD 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  IJne. 
3  A  4a  36  Point  Plymouth  Bold  8%  lbs.,  $S.30 

RAILROADS 

Demand  -^  Money 

3  A  4a  48  Point  Plymouth  Bold  UM  lbs.,  $7.50 

TABLCTS 

Linen  8  Paper 


60  Point  Plymouth  Bold  19%  lbs.,  $11.90 


SONGS 

Birds  8  Sin|| 

3A  3a  72  Point  Plymouth  Bold  21^  lbs.,  $12.50 

P/VL#M[ 

_  V  _ 

Sunday  4 

POINT-LINE.   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  42.S  QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


ADSTYLE 


SERIES 


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


32  A  65a  6  Point  Adstyle  1%  lbs,  $2.00 

THOUGHTFUL  WORKERS  USUALLY  PREPARE  FOR  THE  FUTURE 

WUle  Some  Never  Think  Anything  Abont  it  Nor  Will  They  Heed  t  Wiminf 

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25  A  50a  10  Point  Adstyle  3'^  lbs.,  $2.50 

PRINTERS  INK  NAKES  NILLIONS  THINK 
Did  You  Ever  Give  516  Type  Any  Consideration 


28A  58a  8  Point  Adstyle  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

NEVER  FORGET  THAT  A  SATISFIED  CUSTOMER 

Will  Undoubtedly  Prove  Advantageous  to  an  Established  Business 

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23  A  44a  12  Point  Adstyle  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

HERE  IS  A  GOOD  DURABLE  FACE 
Adaptable  to  Many  78  Classes  of  Printing 


14  Point  Adstyle 


4M  lbs,  $3.00 


THERE  IS  ALWAYS  A  CALM  BEFORE  A  STORM  THE  OLD 
Proverb  Goes  and  as  a  Rule  There  1427  is  Usually  a  Repetition  Afterwards 


12  A  25  a 


18  Point  Adstyle 


4'5i6  lbs.,  $3.25 


CONTINUOUS  PROSPERITY  NOT  SUFFICIENT  TO 
Satisfy  the  Continuous  Demands  316  of  Young  Spendthrifts 


24  Point  Adstyle 


S'.;  lbs.,  $3.50 


PROGRESSIVE  IS  THE  PRINTER  WHO 
Looks  After  His  Customer  15  as  Well  as  Himself 


6A  11a 


30  Point  Adstyle 


6Kb  lbs.,  $4.00 


KEEP  YOUR  PRESSES  MOVING 
Fair  Proflts  if  You  27  Would  Prosper 


5A  9a 


36  Point  Adstyle 


714  lbs.,  $4.35 


DID  YOU  PICK  A  WINNER 
Our  Material  2  Wins  High  Praise 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


I 


ADSTYLE    ^^^^    SERIES 


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


4 A  9a  42  Point  Adstyle  9^/4  lbs.,  $5.50 

BREAKING  RECORDS 
Champion  2  Bicycle  Races 


48  Point  Adstyle  10%  lbs,  $6.4S 


STONE  AND  BRICK 
Enormous  73  Buildings 


54  Point  Adstyle  12%  lbs.,  $7.75 


RUNNING  HORSE 
Trotting  54  Stallions 


60  Point  Adstyle  12'/^  lbs.,  $7.30 


HUNTER  SHOT 
Ground  9  Hog  Dead 

72    POINT    SHOWN    ON    NEXT    PAGE 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  425  QUALITY   AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ADSTYLE    c^K^    SERIES 


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


72  Point  Adstyle  H^/ii  lbs.,  $8.25 


CONTINUED 
Ruinous  3  Habit 


WM.  SLAUGHTER  &  SONS 

Dealers  in 

^ 

Choice  Meats 

POULTRY,  FISH 
OYSTERS,  GAME 

Goods  Delivered  to  Any  Part  of  the  City 

All  Orders  Receive  Our  Prompt  and  Careful  Attention 

434  HAMBONE  STREET 

VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    117,    50C. 

BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S  426  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED    TYPE 


ADSTYLE 


SERIES 


Singing 
Dancing 
Amuse- 
ments 


A  TRIP  ON 

THE  LAKE 


2 — E 


The  Beautiful  Steamer 

Don  Carlos 

will  leave  the  wharf  at  the 
foot  of  North  Canary  Street 
every  morning  and  evening 

CONHENCING  SEPTEMBER  12th 
1908 

a  tour  of  the  great  lakes  will 
be  made;  the  boat  returning 
on  the  following  morning 


Games 
Lunch 
Refresh- 
ments 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.  103.  40C 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.  182,  75C 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.  122,  40C 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


427 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LINING 


GRANT 


24  A  48  a 


Weights  anti  Prices  given  are  Appfoxiniate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 

25A47a  10  Point  Lining  Grant         3 '/ib  lbs.,  $2.50 


Point  Lining  Grant  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 


THE  MERITS  OF  OUR  PRINTERS  SUPPLIES 

ilas  Been  Amply  Demonstrated  by  the  Ever  Increasing 

Demand  upon  Our  Fine  Line  of  Printers  IHaterial 

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21  A  43  a  12  Point  Lining  Grant  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

HAMILTON  COUNTY  FAIR 

Opens  Saturday  3  October  Seventeenth 

Horse  Races  and  Athletic  Contests 


MftNY  ttOURS  OF  TIME  ftRE  WASTED 

When  tiardlu  a  Job  can  be  Set  Without  FuMing  TuDe 

Brass  Rule  and  Sonietimes  Leads  and  Slugs 

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17A34a  14  Point  Lining  Grant  4K  lbs,  $3.00 

ORDER  OF  BflGHELORS 

Miss  Vera  68  Antique  Presiding 
New  Members  were  fldmllted 


18  Point  Lining  Grant 


4'5i'6  lbs.,  $3.25 


NORTHWEST  LIGHT  AND  HEftT  GOMPflNy 

Special  Rates  Given  During  tlie  769  Montiis  o!  May  June  and  July 


24  Point  Lining  Grant 


5%  lbs.,  $3.60 


SPEGIftL  LEADS  FOR  LINING  TYPE 

Gut  to  LaDor  Saving  Sizes  945  and  put  up  in  Neat  Gases 


8  A  15  a 


30  Point  Lining  Grant 


67f6  lbs.,  $4.00 


DISHONEST  BANK  OFFlGlflLS 

RoDDed  tii6  BanK  ot  S2  Eighi  Million  Dollars 


36  Point  Lining   Grant 


eVs  lbs.,  $4.30 


HANDSOME  PICTURE  HflT 

First  Glass  Headwear  85  lor  Giiiiflren 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


428 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


LINING  <mm^  GRANT 


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


6A  9a  48  Point  Lining  Grant  lO'A  lbs.,  $6.30 

PRESIDENT  NOMINATED 

Bra§§  Bands  43  and  Fireworks 


54  Point  Lining  Grant    .  \3'Ab  lbs.,  $7.80 


mmW  FEATHERS 
Pri66  LiSl  0!  6  N6W  Goods 


60  Point  Lining  Grant  13%  lbs.,  $8.05 


mmm  counter 

Hand  Made  8  sideconiDs 


72  Point  Lining  Grant  lO'/if.  lbs.,  $6.10 


LARGE  BIRDS 

Leave  tiiej8  riaios 

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POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  429  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LINING  ^^^^  GRANT 


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


84  Point  Lining  Grant    (Cast  on  Point  Line)  14/4  lbs.,  $7.90 


wioter  37  Summer 


Tl)6  Nortl)  flmerlcaii 


Prepares  and  delivers  to  any  part  ot  the  city  or  suDurDs 

NOONDfly  LUNCtlES 

Put  up  in  Wax  Boxes 

Containing  the  toliowinfl  choice  eatables:  three  sandwiches  ot  fried  chicl(en  feet, 
horseradish  pie,  potato  pan  caice,  larded  eyebrow,  a  sweet  piclde  and  a  toothpicl^. 


Gall  or  Telephone  your  wants.  All  ftrticles  Always  Fresh. 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT   NO.    4,    75C. 


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BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  430  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


r-\ 


LINING 


GRANT 


^ICS; 


TENOTrt 


-TI16M0SI)  Productive  Known— 

Repons  0!  GovGrnineni)  ftssap 

Also  Including  Gaptain  S.  M.  Elterore's 
Opinion  ot  Our  Mines  and  ttie  N6W  Lode 
Located  Last  Montn. 

Superintendent's  Account  of  a  Montli's 
Development  wltli  Photos  ot  Miners  at 
Work  and  of  Power  Plant  No.  3. 

SUPPLIES  UNLIMITED 

TI16  B6SI  Monin  Since  Discovery 

ft  Bonanza  Indeed 

TENOTfl  MINE  &  ORE  COMPflNY 

TENOTft,  GOLD  COUNTY,  NEW  MEXICO 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


431 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


^- 


CADILLAC    c&^^^    CONDENSED 


-^m^m> 


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


23  A  48a    10  Point  Cadillac  Condensed    3 '/ii  lbs.,  $2.50 

EIGHTY  EDUCATED  GENTLEMEN 

Have  Established  Many  Libraries  and  Schools 
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11  A  22a    18  Point  Cadillac  Condensed    4%  lbs.,  $3.2S 

GENERAL  BANKING 


18A  37a    12  Point  Cadillac  Condensed     3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

JUSTICE  INEVER  CHANGES 

Though  Conceptions  of  Right  Vary 
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15  A  30a     14  Point  Cadillac  Condensed     4^  lbs.,  $3.00  j. 

CARRIAGE  FACTORY 


Four  Per  Cent  9  Interest         Chariots  Wagons  2  and  Carts 


24  Point  Cadillac  Condensed  Slxb  lbs.,  $3.50 


BEAITIFIL  FLORAL  DECORATIONS 

Dispiayed  at  Lincoin  54  Parit  Green  House 


30  Point  Cadillac  Condensed  6%  lbs.   $4.00 


STATE  REGIMENT  BANDS 

Play  Daily  at  the  23  Grand  Pavilion 

5  A  8a  36  Point  Cadillac  Condensed  6'5i6  lbs.,  $4.30 

PROSPEROIS  FARMING 

Nortli  and  36  Soutli  Carolina 


42  Point  Cadillac  Condensed  8K  lbs.,  $5.25 


BARGAINS  TODAY 

Large  Tailing  78  Maciiine 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  432  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CADILLAC    c^^te^    CONDENSED 


Weights  and  Prices  gfiven  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


4A  7a  54  Point  Cadillac  Condensed  13  lbs.,  $7.75 

MIXED  PAINTS 

Varnish  35  and  Oils 


60  Point  Cadillac  Condensed  12'/f6  lbs.,  $7.2S 


AITOMOBILE 

Country  86  Parade 


^ 


M.  A.  REMLER  &  SONS  COMPANY 

187  BADENOTE  STREET 

Real  Estate  Investments 

Town  and  Country  Property  .  Loans 
Stocks .  First  Mortgage  Gold  Bonds 

General  Banking  Business  .  Four  Per  Cent  Interest  on  Savings 
Boston  CHICA.GO  Dcn^^r 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  433  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN  BOLD 


Bs    CONDENSED  SERIES 


Cast  on  Unifonn  Line,  Point-Set.  Point-Body. 


31  A  60  a      6  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed      $2.00 

BEAUTIFUL  CKATON  PORTRAITS  ON  EXHIBITION 

Winted  One  Handred  ExperieDced  and  ladustrioos  Solicitors  aad  CaoTsssers 

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25  A  50  a     10  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed     $2.50 

NORTHWESTERN  TRADES  SUPPLY  HOUSE 
Embossing  Bookbinding  234  and  Engraving  Material 


2  7A  54  a      8  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed      $2.25 

BOWMAN  RESTAURANT  AND  LUNCH  ROOM 

Our  Motto  Most  Courteous  Treatment  Extended  to  All  Our  Patrons 

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20  A  40  a    12  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed     $2.75 

EAGLE  BRAND  PAPER  MAKERS 
Enyelopes  Recounted  576  Paper  and  Twine 


13  A  25  a      16  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed    $3.00  I  .,  .     ,        , .  ^  .      ^,  , 

16  A  32  a     14  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed      $3.00 

MODERN  DEVICES  |         HISTORICAL  LITERATURE 

Steam  Launch  32  Motor  Boats         Fine  Magazines  89  Delivered  Cheap 


13  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed 


$3.25 


DECORATORS  CONVENTION  ANNOUNCED 
Railroad  Rates  Greatly  Reduced  54  During  the  Month  of  March 


24  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed 


$3.50 


RESCUERS  HERO  FUND  RECORDED 
Applications  Received  76  for  Li^htliouse  Keepers 


30  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed 


$4.00 


RENOWNED  PUBLISHERS 
Large  Attendance  89  June  Celebration 


36  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed 


$4.25 


HOUSTON  DIVISION 
Grand  Central  23  Railroad  Depot 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


434 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN  BOLD    ^^^fc^    CONDENSED  SERIES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


42  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $5.25 


EIGHT  LONG  RIDES 
Exhilarating  4  Amusements 


48  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $6.25 


EXCURSIONIST 
Small  Size  5  Race  Boat 


54  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $7.80 


QUEER  MODEL 
Machines  3  Repaired 

3A4a  60  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $7.75 

DEMANDS 

Greatest  2  Chances 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  435  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN  BOLD    c^^^    CONDENSED  SERIES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


72  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $8.40 


BOSTON 
Found  4  Terms 

3  A  3a  96  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $12.00 

BRIGHT 
Gold  5  Coin 


120  Point  Old  Roman  Bold  Condensed  $17.35 


Six  8  Men 

BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  436  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN 


BLACK  SERIES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


22  A  42  a  6  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $2.00 

MANY  LIVES  LOST  IN  THEATER  FIRE 

In  Several  Cases  Whole  Families  Were  Wiped  Out 

The  Whole  Town  Mourns  Loss  of  Their  Dear  Ones 

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15  A  29  a  12  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $2.75 

SUMMER  EXCURSIONS 

Pleasure  Seeker  Going  Abroad 

Injured  in  23  State  Room 

11  A  21  a  14  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $3.00 

GENERAL  AGENT 
Real  Estate  51  Exchange 


20  A  40  a  8  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $2.25 

SKATERS  CARNIVAL  ON  MONDAY 

Valuable  Currency  Prizes  Given  to  Winners 

For  Further  Informaton  see  Sid  Glidders 

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18  A  36  a  10  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $2.50 

THE  PRINTING  BUSINESS 

Helps  Make  Your  Business  a  Success 

Advertising  64  Brings  Results 

9  A  18  a  16  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $3.00 

NOTARY  PUBLIC 
Stocks  and  92  Bonds 


8  A  17  a 


18  Point  Old  Roman  Black 


$3.25 


HOLCOMB  AND  SHERIDAN 
Egyptian  Undertakers  954  and  Embalmers 


24  Point  Old  Roman  Black 


$3.55 


SCHEDULE  OF  TRAINS 
Beautiful  Hand  32  Painted  China 


30  Point  Old  Roman  Black 


$4.45 


ENORMOUS  TREES 
Have  Seen  45  Many  Years 


4A  5a 


36  Point  Old  Roman  Black 


$5.00 


MARGIN  FIGURE 
Weekly  8  Time  Sheet 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


437 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN    c^^^^    BLACK  SERIES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point  Set,  Point  Body 


42  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $6.25 


NUMBER  ONE 
First  3  Paragraph 


48  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $7.60 


CARRIAGE 
Wagon  3  Shops 


54  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $9.00 


EASTERN 
Drug  6  Clerks 


60  Point  Old  Roman  Black  $11.40 


GARAGE 
Many  5  Girls 

BARNHART    BROS.    &   SPINDLER'S  438  SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN 


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BLACK  SERIES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body, 


72  Point  Old  Roman  Black 


$11.90 


BAKER 
Nut  8  Cake 


36  POINT  BORDER  NO.   3633 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


439      , 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


OLD  ROMAN 


BLACK  ITALIC 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


20  A  40  a       6  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic  $2.00 

BANK  GUARANTY  ABSORBING  ISSUE 

Paasengers  from  Chicago  Grand  Rapids  and  Mansfield 

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16A32a        10  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic  $2.50 

THRILLING  PERFORMANCE 
Witnessed  by  1234  Thousands  in  Italy 


11 A  21  a      14  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic  $3.00 

FOREST  FIRES 
Ruined  890  Lumbermen 


18  A  36a       8  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic  $2.25 

EFFECTIVE  ORGANIZATION  WORK 

Shown  Following  Truthful  Campaign  Oratory 

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13  A  27  a       12  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic  $2.75 

COTTON  MILLS  IDLE 
Notes  from  567  Foreign  Lands 

9  A  16a        16  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic  $3.00 

ADVERTISER 
Morning  312  Sentinel 


7A  15a 


18  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic 


$3.25 


INSTRUCTIONS  SIMPLIFIED 
Wider  Experience  in  546  Railroad  Service 


5A  9a 


24  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic 


$3.50 


BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY 
Commercial  9  Conditions  Observed 


4A  7a 


30  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic 


$4.25 


DETROIT  LIMITED 
Round  Trip  23  Tickets  Sold 


36  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic 


$5.00 


BANKNOTES 
Checking  56  Accounts 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


440 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


OLD  ROMAN  c^^fe^    BLACK  ITALIC 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-BocI)-. 


42  Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic 


$6.25 


SOUTHERN 
Clothing  3  Houses 


3A  4a 


Point  Old  Roman  Black  Italic 


$7.50 


B  UILDING 
Lengthy  7  Stable 


Sizes  24  point  and  larger  cast  upon  offset  body. 


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Moat  attractive  line  of  woolens,  direct  from 
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shades  and  patterns.  Stripes  are  in  demand, 
and  we  have  a  very  classy  variety.  Every  gar- 
ment that  we  make  is  fashioned  by  an  expert  and 
built  to  fit  you.     We  guarantee  all  styles  and  fit. 


WE  KINDLY  SOLICIT  YOUR  PATRONAGE 


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QUALITY   AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


Old  Roman 


^  Semitone 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point- Body. 


18  Point  Old  Roman  Semitone 


$3.25 


MICHIGAN  DELEGATES  ARRIVED 
Manufacturers  Seventh  358  Annual  Convention 


24  Point  Old  Roman  Semitone 


$3.65 


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36  Point  Old  Roman  Semitone 


$5.00 


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48  Point  Old  Roman  Semitone 


$7.60 


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ABSTYLE 


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Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


12  Point  Adstyle  Outline  $2.75 

IHIARMOMY  OF  TIHIE  PAST  AMD  PMEgEMT 


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18  Point  Adstyle  Outline 


$3.25 


PMELUDE  TO  AWT  AMD  SCHEMCE 

Plaaeiimg  IBewiMairmeinit  anudl  Aeenmilatiwa  Mj 

Omimtaiririuiptedl  i94  €®mMairdalfioinni 


24  point  Adstyle  Outline 


$3.50 


DAMCE  OF  TEE  WHTCEES 
Play ©i  t®  ttlh®  49)  ^t®n€a]l  Amfcini® 


36  Point  Adstyle  Outline 


$5.00 


©lnnmlDiLii^  7  Boelewairo 


3  A  5  a 


48  Point  Adstyle  Outline 


$7.50 


MEfflAM 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


443 


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QUALITY    AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


ADSTYLE 


BLACK 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


21  A  42  a  6  Point  Adstyle  Black  $2.00 

ENTIRE  STOCK  SOLD  AT  PUBLIC  AUCTION 

The  Romances  of  Pioneer  Days  Bound  in  Seven  Volumes 

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18  A  36  a  10  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$2.50 


DISCOVERED  WONDERFUL 
Adaptability  of  234  Territory  Bought 


20  A  40  a  8  Point  Adstyle  Black  $2.2S 

DIAMONDS  WATCHES  AND  JEWELRY 

Retailers  of  Finest  Gold  Rings  and  Silverware 

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16  A  30  a  12  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$2.7S 


CHRISTMAS  SHOPPING 
Large  Stores  675  Display  Goods 


14  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$3.00 


CHINESE  AND  JAPANESE  LITERATURE 
Standard  Magazines  and  94  Periodicals  on  Modern  Topics 


8  A  17  a 


18  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$3.25 


AUTOMOBILE  EXHIBITIONS 
Buyers  Witnessed  the  83  Speeding  Contests 


5A  10a 


24  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$3.50 


BEAUTIFUL  DECORATIONS 
Finest  Flowers  72  Rare  Specimens 


4A8a 


30  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$4.25 


MACHINE  BUILDER 
Union  Park  65  Boat  House 


36  Point  Adstyle  Black 


$5.00 


EXPRESS  TRAINS 
Southern  98  Railroads 


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444 


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ADSTYLE    c^™»^    BLACK 


Cast  on  Uniform  IJne,  Point  Set.  Point-Bodj'. 


3  A  6a  42  Point  Adstyle  Black  $6.25 

TREASURE 
Shadow  5  Pictures 

3  A  5  a  48  Point  Adstyle  Black  ;  $7.50 

BRICK  HOUSE 
London  6  Cement 


54  Point  Adstyle  Black  $8.80 


MEDICINE 
Doctor  3  Smith 

3  A  4a  60  Point  Adstyle  Black  $10.70 

HIGH  RENT 
Cheap  8  Board 

POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  445  QUALITY  AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


ADSTYLE    c^^fe^    BLACK 


Cast  on  Unfioriii  Une,  Point-Set.  Point-Borfj'. 


72  Point  Adstyle  Black  $10.60 


MARKET 

New  2  Road 


96  Point  Adstyle  Black  $16.40 


HONE 
Hot  8  Air 


ONE  PINT  SELECTED 

STAR  BRAND 

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Packed  Expressly  for  BURTON  FISH  CO.,  West  Charles,  Missouri 


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BARNHART  BROS.   &.  SPINDLER'S  446  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


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CONDENSED 


Cast  on  Uniform  IJne,  Point  Set,  Point-Body 


27  A  55  a        10  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $2.S0 

BUY  SUPERIOR  COPPER  NIXED  TYPE 

Wears  Longest  When  Compared  With  Any  Other  Kind 

Our  Type  is  Cast  From  Superior  Copper-Nixed  Netal 

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25  A  48  a     12  Point  Adstyle  Condensed 


$2.7S 


OUR  ELECTRIC  WELDED  CHASES 

Are  Widely  Known  Throughout  Many  Countries 

Durability  Counts  in  the  Making  o!  Chases 

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18  A  37a 


14  Point  Adstyle  Condensed 


$3.00 


AUDIENCE  DELIGHTED  WITH  REVISED  VERSION  OF  PLAYS 

Prominent  Writers  Declare  Simplified  Dramas  Make  Lasting  Impression  Upon  Listeners 
Independent  Theater  Agents  Reaping  67  Large  Harvests  Resulting  Therefrom 


18  Point  Adstyle  Condensed 


$3.25 


DIPLONATIC  SALESMAN  SECURES  NANY  LARGE  ORDERS 
Automobile  Manufacturing  Concern  Bankrupt  After  Few  Years  Business 


24  Point  Adstyle  Condensed 


$3.50 


SEWER  CONGESnON  QUICEY  RELIEVED 

Reinforcements  Concerning  52  Regular  Law  Now  SoUcited 


30  Point  Adstyle  Condensed 


$4.00 


DAMAGED  STEREOPTICON  HACHWE 
Terrific  Wind  Storms  7  Cause  Great  Suffering 


36  Point  Adstyle  Condensed 


$4.25 


THIRD  CONVENTION  NIGHT 
Home  Benevolent  6  Society  Welcome 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


ADSTYLE   ^^^   CONDENSED 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


5  A  8a  42  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $5.25 

JUDGMENT  DEMANDED 
Insubordinates  8  Discrimination 

4  A  9a  48  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $6.25  S 

BOLD  MIDNIGHT  RAID     * 
Hotel  Guests  6  Scare  Bandit 


54  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $8.40 


CHERRY  BLOSSOM 
Education  9  Department 


60  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $6.50 


STATE  BOARD 
Governors  3  Examined 

BARNHART   BROS.   &  SPINDLER'S  448  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ADSTYLE  ^^^^   CONDENSED 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Pofnt-Body. 


A    34  a  72  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $6.65 

DISOBEDIENCE 
Criminal  2  OKenses 


96  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $10.15 


DECISION 
Motor  5  Broke 

3  A  3  a  120  Point  Adstyle  Condensed  $13.45 

Nine  9  Hurt 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  449  QUALITY   AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


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Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


15  A  29  a  6  Point  Adstyle  Wide 


$2.00 


COMING  EVENTS  F'OREXOL.D 

Bovs  Wonderful  Poxvers  Demonstrated 

Proires  TiTue  .A.lter  Strangers  L^eft 

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10  A  18  a  12  Point  Adstyle  Wide 


$2.75 


CONGREGATE 

Bruisers  Oepartment 

IVEoist  86  Roads 


13  A  27  a  8  Point  Adstyle  Wide  $2.25 

GOVERNIMENX  OONDS 

F^urnisH  Money  F^or  Rebuilding 

Stations  an.d  "^^areHouses 

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12  A  24  a  10  Point  Adstyle  Wide  $2. SO 

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^xitomobile  Race  Oourses 
AbolisHed  S3  F^orever 


8  A  16a  14  Point  Adstyle  Wide  $3.00 

SINGERS  COSTTJIVIE  L-OST 
^A^ardrobe  Keeper  78  I-Ield  Responsible 


5A  lla 


18  Point  Adstyle  Wide 


$3.25 


24  Point  Adstyle  Wide 


$3.50 


NORTH 
Beautiful  13 


30  Point  Adstyle  Wide 


$4.50 


Florrible  4  CHange 


36  Point  .'Vdstyle  Wide 


S6.45 


DIAIMOND 
Bands  S  Xaken 


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Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 

42  Point  Adstyle  Wide  $8.1S 


Olind  6  I-Iero 


Point  Adstyle  Wide  $10.60 


Gold  7  Seat 


54  Point  Adstyle  Wide  $12.20 


CHIIME 
One  8  Xile 

3  A  4  a  60  Point  Adstyle  Wide  $16.50 

DRUIVI 
Bender  9 

POINT-LIIME,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY  451  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


BARD   C^HK^   SERIKS 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


18  A  38  a  6  Point  Bard  $2.00 

IVIOST  Gl^ORIOUS  SUNSHINE 

Spreading  its  Brigbt  Rays  over  the  Universe 

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12  A  24a  12  Point  Bard  $2.75 

TBNNIS  GAMES 
Muscular  213  Kxercises 


15  A  31a  8  Point  Bard  $2.25 

TRAINED  ANIIVIAlv  SHOW 

Six  Hundred  Square  Feet  of  Canvas, 

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ISA  30a  10  Point  Bard  $2.50 

CRYSTAL  I^^tKES 

Cool   Refreshing   5-4   Breezes 


8  A  15  a  16  Point  Bard  $3.00 

SOUTHERN  BRICK  COMPANY 

Best  Grade  Vitrified  36  Paving  Bricks 


20  Point  Bard  $3.30 


Preston  Banking  68  Concerns 


24  Point  Bard  $3.60 


PIANO  REGIT Al. 
Commencing  54  Promptly 


36  Point  Bard  $5.20 


PINE  TREES 
GroA^ring  7  Upward 


$7.55 


Pretty  8  Song 

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Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 


12  Point  Bard  Open 


$1.50 


16  Point  Bard  Open 


$1.75 


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24  Point  Bard  Open 


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$2.55 


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36  Point  Bard  Open 


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$3.00 


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$4.15 


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24  A  50  a  12  Point  Lining  Archer  $2.75 

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22  A  43  a  14  Point  Linine  Archer  $3.00 

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24  Point  Lining  Archer 


$3.50 


CLEARANCE  SALE  OP  WOHENS  SHIRT  WAISTS 

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30  Point  Lining  Archer 


$4.05 


CRE8T0N  BICYCLE  COMPANY 
Oldest  AutomoEiife  35  Manufacturers  in  America 


42  Point  Lining  Archer 


$5.40 


HONORABLE  flEHBERS 

Jefferson  Atfifetic  62  Association 


60  Point  Lining  Archer 


$5.55 


CHAHPIONSHIP 
Hedafs  were  5  Awarder 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  455 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


LINING   C^^^^    RMRRALaD 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


10  A  22  a  10  Point  Lining  Emerald  $2.S0 

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ISA  31a  6  Point  Lining  Emerald  $2.00  I  13A  24a  8  Point  Lining  Emerald  $2.25 

ELEGTRio  MOTORS  !  MODERN  MACHINE 

ImproveiTxents    of    Nmteerith    Ceratury  ExCUrSiOtl   On   Lake    Superior 

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9  A  15  a  14  Point  Lining  Emerald  $3.00 

RED  LIQHT 
Mountain  5  and  River  Danger  6  Signal 

5A  9a  20  Point  Lining  Emerald  $3.25 

BHORB    MRNDRD 
Repairing   8G   in   General 

3  A  6a  24  Point  Lining  Emerald  $3.55 

DARK  NIQH^B 
Brightest  3  Outlook: 

3  A  3a  36  Point  Lining  Emerald  $5.10 

PRINTER 
Society  9  Work 


Point  Lining  Emerald  $9.10 


HOMES 

Rast  6  Side 

BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  456  SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ENGRAVERS  TITLE 


fc    CONDENSED  SERIES 


Cast  on  Cap  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body. 


6  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  1 
33  A  $1.00 

JESUIT   MISSIONARIES   PREACHING   THE   GOSPEL  AMONG    INDIANS 
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6  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  2 
22  A  $1.00 

ACCURATE  BANK  27  COMPTROLLER  DEl^IANDED 

8  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  4 
22  A  $1.25 

KENTUCKY  42  NOTED  FOR  HORSES 


10  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  6 
18  A  $1.40 

IMITATION  26  HARMONIES 

12  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  8 
15  A  $1.S0 

CENTRAL  34  EXPRESS 

18  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 
9  A  $2.00 

TRAIN  2  LIMITS 


6  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  IJ^ 

26  A  $1.00 

FASHIONABLE  SUMMER  RESORT  WILL  REOPEN  MARCH 

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8  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  3 
23  A  $1.25 

EUROPEAN  POWERS  48  SEND  WARSHIPS 


10  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  5 
20  A  $1.40 

NATIONAL  53  LADIES  HOMES 

12  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed  No.  7 
16  A  $1.50 

FLOWERS  14  BLOOMING 

14  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 

HUNTER  9  SHOOTS 

20  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 
8  A  $2.25 

TONE  4  FUND 


24  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 


$2.60 


MONKEYS  5  PICTURING 


30  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 


$3.25 


BRIGHT  6  METEOR 


36  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 


$3.75 


SMOTE  7  WIDTH 


42  Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 


$4.50 


DOME  8  BRICK 


Point  Engravers  Title  Condensed 


$5.40 


MILE  9  RUNS 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


457 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


FRANKLIN 


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Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point-lSody 


17  A  34  a  5  Point  Franklin  Roman  $2.00 

IMMOKTAI,  PRINCE  OF  MORAL  PHII.OSOI'HERS 

In  the  Afternoon  There  Will  be  Two  Gnmen  of  Baseball  Played 

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20  A  38  a  8  Point  Franklin  Roman 


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PROVERBS  OF  TRUTH  AND  FAITH 

Opening  Day  is  an  Especially  Eventful  Aflfair 
Fruit  and  Flowers  9  in  Abundance 


21  A  44  a  6  Point  Franklin  Roman  $2.00 

REAL  WILD  INDIANS  IN  CAPTIVITY 

Terms  of  the  School  are  also  Listed  Low  in  the  Prospectus 

Architect  Won  5  p-ame  With  the  Idea 

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15  A  30  a  10  Point  Franklin  Roman 


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DAILY  LESSONS  GIVEN 

See  the  Giant  Caves  of  Kentucky 
Mosaic  Sold  5  bv  Reserve 


15  A  29  a 


12  Point  Franklin  Roman 


$2.75 


FESTOONED  AND  ILLUMINATED  BY  ARC  LAMPS 

Farmers  in  the  West  are  Brimming  Over  With  Successful  Harvest 
Some  Remains  of  9  Ecclesiastical  Architecture 


14  Point  Franklin  Roman 


$3.00 


ILLUSTRATED  BY  EMINENT  ARTISTS 

Antiquity  of  China  and  Her  Rising  to  Western  Methods 
Admittance  at  the  5  Gate  by  Ticket  Only 


8  A  17  a 


18  Point  Franklin  Roman 


$3.25 


RESEARCHES  ARE  HISTORICAL 

Cultivation  of  the  Gifts  of  Intellectual  Genius 
Proverbial  Wisdom  7  of  Solomon 


20  Point  Franklin  Roman 


$3.25 


THEBES  AND  MEMPHIS 

Schedule  of  all  Steamboats  Sent  by  Mail 
New  England  5  Courant  Issued 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


458 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


FRANKLIN      c^^fe^     ROMAN 


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5  A  10  a  24  Point  Franklin  Roman  $3.50 

HISTORY  OF  CHICAGO 

Biographical  8  Sketch  From  Life 

4  A  7  a  30  Point  Franklin  Roman  $4.25 

MAGNETIC  ZONES 

Fine  Selection  5  of  Jewels 

3  A  5  a  36  Point  Franklin  Roman  $5.00 

FINE  ANTIQUES 
Shades  Old  9  Faithful 

3  A  4  a  42  Point  Franklin  Roman  $6.25 

HISTORICAL 

Towers  8  of  Babel 


Point  Franklin  Roman  $7.90 


SOCIETIES 

Astral  9  Vapors 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  459  QUALITY  AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


LIGHT  PLATE 


GOTHIC  SERIES 


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33  A  6  Point  LSkIu  Plate  Gothic  No.  1  $1.00 

GREENS    HISTORY    OF   ANCIENT   GREECE   AND    ROME 
FALLING  SHADES  OF    EVENING  WAS  WEAVING    NIGHT  FROM    DAY 
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MARCHING  THROUGH  GEORGIA 

GEOLOGICAL    SURVEY  52    YELLOWSTONE   PARK 

20  A  8  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic  No.  5  $1.2S 

MORNING  NOON  AND  NIGHT 
PSYCHOLOGICAL   5  PUBLICATIONS 


17  A       10  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic  No.  7 


$1.40 


EXPLOITING  MINES 
SERVICE  5  iSlFlRST  CLASS 


28  A  6  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic  No.  2  $1.00 

ANCESTRAL  HOMES   OF  FAMILIES   ABOUND 

EASTERN   HEMISPHERE   IS  THE  CRADLE  OF  THE  WORLD 

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ADMITTANICE  by  ticket  ONLY 

LEAGUE   ISLAND   59   ON  THE   DELAWARE 

17  A  8  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic  No.  6  $1.25 

ENGLISH   HOMESTEADS 
ABYSS    OF    29   ETERNAL   TIME 

ISA  12  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  8  $1.50 

HONOR  SIX  HEROS 
ANTIQUE   25  DEALERS 


12  A 


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UNIONS  OF  DISSATISFACTION 
METAPHORICAL   28   ANSWERED    QUERIES 


IDA 


14  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic 


$1.85 


SOLD  GOVERNMENT  BOND 
NOMINATION  25  OF  CONGRESSMEN 


18  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic 


$2.05 


CHOICE  MODERN  DESIGN 
MADEfSOUND  8  SHOE  HOUSE 


6  A 


24  Point  Light  Plate  Gothic 


$2.50 


GRAND   OPERAS 
GARDEN  25  THE  GODS 

cHAF?ACTEHs    <S      AT      LY      LT      AY      9    contained  in  font 
BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIIMDLER'S  460  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


PROGRAM 


ITALIC 


Cast  on  Cap  Line,  Point-Set,  Point  Body. 


32  A  6  Point  Program  Italic  No.  1  $1.00 

THE  BALL  WILL  BE  LED  OFF  PROMPTLY  ON  TIME 

AND  ENTRANCING  STRAINS  OF  BEAUTIFUL  MELODY  FILLED   THE  AIR 

BENEFICIAL  AND  REFINING   TO  ART  AND  LITER  A  TURE 

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25  A  6  Point  Program  Italic  No.  3  $1.00 

HAYDENS  CREATION  WAS  SECOND 

THE  DANCE  CAME  OFF  NEAR  THE  NORTH  POLE 

THEY  FOUND  NO  7  DISCOVERY  FLAG 


21  A 


12  Point  Program  Italic  No.  5 


$1.50 


ADMIT  ONE  TO  BALCONY 

S  ON  A  TA  INGBY  THE  CONDUCTOR 

CURTAIN  WILL  8  RISE  PROMPT 


27  A  6  Point  Program  Italic  No.  2  $1.00 

HARMONY  OF  THE  HEAVENS  WAS  THE  THEME 

ALL  TICKETS  ARE  DOUBLE  FOR  LADY  AND  GENTLEMAN 

REFRESHMENTS  9  BETWEEN  INTERVA  LS 

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24  A  12  Point  Program  Italic  No.  4  $1.50 

BOOKINGS  AT  CRESANDOS 

PL  A  YED  THE  FALL  OF  SARDANAPOLIS 

FOR  PROGRAMME  25  IS  CHARGED 


17  A 


12  Point  Program  Italic  No.  6 


$1.50 


SPECIAL  BY  REQUEST 

GRAND  MARCH  FROM  AID  A 

IMPROMPTU  5  SOLO 


13  A  12  Point  Program  Italic  No.  7  $1.50 

MAZEPPA    OR    THE   WILD  HORSE   OF  TARTARY 
CAVALCADE  OF  9  MOUNTED  TROOPERS 


11  A 


18  Point  Program  Italic  No.  8 


$2.00 


ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  ANTEDIL  UVIANS 
MOZARTS  9  TWELFTH  MASS 


18  Point  Program  Italic  No.  9 


$2.00 


SALES  OF  HIGH  CLASS  JEWELRY 
PISAS  5  LEANING  TOWER 


20  Point  Program  Italic 


$2.25 


ATTACKED  BY  THE  INDIANS 
SHADES  OF  5  EVENING 


24  Point  Program  Italic 


$2.50 


WAGINERS  TANNHAUSER 
CONCERT  5  SINGERS 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


461 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


iEnarouers  c^^fc^  (§\b  Hack 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Sel,  Point-Body 


17  A  50a  6  Point  Engravers  Old  Black  $2.00 

flublir  Smtttnmt  Cnrouragrb  Htm 

$trugglr  Betatnr  Sntensc  S^rarlu  Causing  Uangrrous  l»trikr 

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14  A  37a  12  Point  Engravers  Old  Black  $2.75 

Current  iEfterature  Carrirs 
Sbucattanal  fialue  34  Among  Prttplr 

11  A  32  a  14  Point  Engravers  Old  Black  $3.00 

Heufeui  af  CfufltHalfDn 
^rfnttng  Art  5  iRecarber  Df  Arts 


17. \  50a        8  Point  Engravers  Old  Black  $2.25 

i^ytnpathy  ®ftfn  Srgcts  ®ur  Hour 

jKothrrs  (Trnbrr  Appral  tEauxatits  Wa^vaatb  Daughter 

I2345BF89D 


16  A  45  a        10  Point  Engravers  Old  Black  $2.50 

MagntftrEnt  Electrical  Itstilau 
€alrtum  ^tagc  Htghts  \Z  Hsrtt  uitth  Ihnmrrs 

7  A  21  a  18  Point  Engravers  Old  Black  $3.25 

Gentlemen  78  Be  Bmltb 


24  Point  Engravers  Old  Black 


$3.50 


Autnmabtle  Cnlltsittti  Mnaimtbable 
fiJomen  Escape  Heath  5  2Iabs  Iraue  lescue 


30  Point  Engravers  Old  Black 


$4.25 


Neat  Campltment  6  Senbereb  Kaby 


36  Point  Engravers  Old  Black 


$5.00 


Small  Change  7  Came  B\tm 


48  Point  Engravers  Old  Black 


$7.50 


Heuenger  8  Harbeneb 


60  Point  EngraverS|01d  Black 


$9.20 


otiata  8  MJDnber 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


mm  c^^fes  (iText 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set,  Point- Body 


14  A  40  a  6  Point  Koln  Text  $2.00 

Sas  Bebrn  unn  Allen  btr  felbll  nidtts  madirn  kihtnrn 
Mariie  uias  bu  gciinblich  urc|leh|l  3  unb  fptirtt  uias  bu  rrfuhrft 
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$2.50 


?§fe  (JTage  uierben  fchon  langrr 
Alpxanber  uon  5  Hare&ontrn  kam  rinmal  in 


14  Point  Koln  Text 


$3.00 


iEs  fallen  gtn\^t  Eegentrapfen 
Mk  uinhlthatig  tH  3  has  Remitter 


14  A  40  a  8  Point  Koln  Text  $2.25 

Bit  Wttttc  if}  tin  Uht  kltittta  Sttfrkt 
in  uiarntrn  (tagrit  ntjt  [it  738  auf  brn  Slutnen  hecutn 

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11  A  30  a 


12  Point  Koln  Text 


$2.75 


3n  her  bunkeln  IBolk^  bitfet  es 
^chiinc  retne  5Z  IHutt  fiir  Hettfch  unb 


18  Point  Koln  Text 


$3.25 


Zuiet  klnne  Knaben 
30hann  gtng  5  m  ben  Sirfeg 


24  Point  Koln  Text 


$3.50 


ife  Sdiuiaben  kalten  thr  jahrlfches  Jell 
Ktrche  ruar  mil  kaHbareit  5  Sadien  gefdtmutkt 


30  Point  Koln  Text 


$4.25 


Mxt  legen  bas  13  Suber  m  bas  5}00t 


3  A  6a 


36  Point  Koln  Text 


$5.00 


Set  l^nabe  125  uiar  uerlnren 


Point  Koln  Text 


$7.50 


Etn  Ireuer  35  Jfreunb 


3  A  4  a 


60  Point  Koln  Text 


$11.45 


laaten  3  Kkim 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


AUTHORS 


ROMAN 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line,  Point-Set.  Point-Body. 


19  A  38  a  5  Point  Authors  Roman  $2.00 

MERRY  CHRISTMAS  AND  A  PROSPEROUS  NEW  YEAR 

New  Fancy  Calendars  are  Given  away  by  all  the  Popular  Haberdasheries 

-  Children  Looking  Forward  to  Give  Santa  Claus  a  Hearty  Welcome  . 

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22  A  44  a  8  Point  Authors  Roman  $2.25 

AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLAN 

Magnificent  Hammond  Beach  Hotel  Surroundings 

Free  Ride  in  our  567  Air  Ship  to  all  Stations 


24  A  48  a  6  Point  Authors  Roman  $2.00 

GREAT  EASTERN  ELECTRIC  SUPPLY  HOUSE 

Employing  Five  Thousand  Four  Hundred  Skilled  Mechanics 

Struck  by  Bolt  of  Lightning  and  Burned  to  the  Ground 

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21  A  42  a  9  Point  Authors  Roman  $2.S0 

THE  AMATEUR  ROLLER  RACE 

Takes  Place  Tomorrow  Night  at  Eight  O'clock 

Admission  Including  23  Lunch  One  Dollar 


20  A  40  a 


10  Point  Authors  Roman 


$2.50 


EXPLORERS  LOCATE  MAMMOTH  GOLD  AND  SILVER  ORE  MINE 

These  Mines  in  South  America  Known  as  The  Powerful  Veins  Produce  an  Abundant  Supply 

Stock  for  Sale  at  Graft  Brothers  Loan  Bank  258  Skinnum  Street  on  January  Twentieth 


12  Point  Authors  Roman 


$2.75 


PLEASURE  EXCURSION  GIVEN  BY  HUNGRY  NOLAN 

Editor  of  the  Famous  Papers  The  Morning  Sunrise  and  The  Shining  Star 

The  Proceeds  of  This  Excursion  is  32  for  the  Benefit  of  John  Getout 


13  A  26  a 


14  Point  Authors  Roman 


$3.00 


SPECIAL  PRICES  ON  READY  MADE  GOODS 

Stylish  Winter  Overcoats  Fancy  Vests  and  New  Fedora  Hats 

Steady  Customers  67  Will  Receive  Christmas  Presents 


11  A  20  a 


16  Point  Authors  Roman 


$3.00 


FIVE  THOUSAND  AGENTS  WANTED 

Ford  Wire  and  Window  Screen  Manufacturing  Company 

Office  and  Sales  Rooms  38  North  Shade  Street 

9  A   18  a  18  Point  Authors  Roman  $3.25 

HIGH  GRADE  PRINTING  INKS 
Full  Line  Fine  Book  92  Cut  and  Half-Tone  Blacks 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


AUTHORS   c^^fe^    ROMAN 


W'eig^hts  given  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  Une. 


24  Point  Authors  Roman  S^ib  lbs.,  $3.50 


FARMERS  TOWN  MARKET 
Staple  Groceries  3  and  Garden  Truck 

5  A  9  a  30  Point  Authors  Roman  6%  lbs.,  $4.25 

INTEREST  ON  SAVINGS 
Fort  Zanzibar  2  Savings  Bank 


36  Point  Authors  Roman  S'ii  lbs.,  $5.00 


LINCOLN  STREET 
Handsome  5  Residences 

3  A  6a  42  Point  Authors  Roman  10?^  lbs.,  $6.25 

STONE  FRONT 
Boulevard  6  Mansion 


Point  Authors  Roman  12^2  lbs.,  $7.50 


REGIMENTS 
Morning  8  Sentinel 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  465  QUALITY   AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


AUTHORS  ROMAN 


ITALIC  SERIES 


%\eights  given  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


20  A  38  a  5  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic  lib.,  $2.00 

NEAR  MY  OLD  NEW  HAMPSHIRE  HOME  FAR  AWAY 

Where  we  Sat  and  Listened  to  the  Sweet  Songs  of  the  Old  Brown  Thrush 

Where  the  Ohio  River  runs  and  You  Hear  the  Old  Church  Chimes 

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18A  35a         8  Point  Authors  Roman  ItaHc       2Klbs.,  $2.25 

EXQUISITE  WEDDING  STATIONERY 
Commercial  Law  Printing  145  Establishment 


12  A  25  a        14  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic      4>ilbs.,  $3.00 

HOLIDA  Y  OFFERS 
Kiddo  Hats  350  Neckwear 


21  A  40a         6  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic     1?16  lbs.,  $2.00 
THE  FLOWERS  BLOOM  IN  SPRING  TIME 

And  the  Morning  Glories  Twine  Around  the  Cabin  Door 

In  Those  Happj)  Daps  Gone  Bp  So  Manp  Years 

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17A  34a  10  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic     3' rl>bs.,  $2.50 

COMPLIMENTARY  TICKET 
Turkey  Dinner  630  at  The  Stag  Hotel 

15  A  30  a         12  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic     3%lbs.,  $2.75 

HOME  MADE  CANDIES 
Guaranteed  754  Absolutely  Pure 


16  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


4Mlbs.,  $3.00 


RAILWAY  OFFICE  MANAGERS 
Special  Steam  Boat  and  345  Ship  Builders  Supplies 


18  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


4'5,6lbs  .  $3.25 


GRAND  MILLINERY  EXHIBIT 
New  Designs  in  Girls  2781  Stplish  Riding  Habits 


24  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


57,6lbs.,  $3.50 


GARMENT  DRY  CLEANED 
Pressed  and  24  Remodeled  bp  Expert 


4A  8a 


30  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


6?^lbs.,  $4.25 


SEPTEMBER  GALE 
Warm  23  Summer  Breezes 


BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


■S^^j^^L 


AUTHORS  ROMAN  ^^^^   ITALIC  SERIES 


3A  6a 


Weiifhts  ijiven  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line. 


36  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


S'Ytlbs.,  $5.00 


FLOWER  SHOW 
November  7  Eighteenth 


42  Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


lOJ^lbs.,  $6.2S 


BULLETINS 
Weather  5  Reporter 


Point  Authors  Roman  Italic 


U'slbs.,  $7.50 


MORNINGS 
Breakfast  6  Table 


Fanci^  0aracters  of  Authors  Roman  Italic 


JlSJftS  ^60  ®  0  0ine  nsi^rt 


5  Point,  4  type  each $0.15 

6  Point,  4  type  each 20 

8  Point,  4  type  each 20" 

10  Point,  4  type  each 25 

12  Point,  4  type  each 30 


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16  Point,  3  type  each 35 

18  Point,  3  type  each 45 

24  Point,  3  type  each 80 

30  Point,  2  type  each 80 


Fonts  contain  Characters  1  to  15  inclusive. 


36  Point,  2  type  each $1.05 

42  Point,  2  type  each 1.40 

48  Point,  2  type  each 1.75 


1 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


AUTHORS    c^^^    ROMAN  WIDE 


Weights  given  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  I-ine. 


19  A  38  a  5  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide         1  lb.,  $2.00  20  A  40  a        6  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide      l'/i6  lbs.,  $2.00 

I 
COMPLIMENTS  ARE  THE  FRUITS  OF  THE  JUST  AMBITIOUS   HOMES  OF   SPLENDOR 

It  is  well  sometimes  to  dwell  on  thought  rather  than  be  rash  and  Trains  Will  Leave  Promptly  on   Scheduled  Time 

reap  the  harvest  of  indiscretion  and  walte  up  in  a  mire 


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Accommodation  for  Bathing  and  Swimming 
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18  A  36  a  8  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide     2M  lbs.,  $2.25  18  A  35  a        9  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide       2%  lbs.,  $2.50 

SUCCESS  IS  CROWNING  GLORY  THE  WORLD'S  FAIR  CHICAGO 

At  the  Banquet  Fruit  will  be  Served  to  All  Manufacture  Agriculture  and  Science 

Evenings  at  30  after  the  Games  The  Arts  in  5  Agglomeration 

16  A  33  a  10  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  3!  li  lbs.,  $2.50 

IN  THE  TROPICAL  SOUTH  SO  WILD  AND  LUXURIANT 

Or  Amid  Past  Dynastic  Glories  of  Egypts  Pyramids  Tombs  and  Sepulchres 

Train  will  Leave  the  Station  9  Every  Day  During  Winter 

15  A  30  a  12  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  3^4  lbs.,  $2.75 

THE  DANCE  OF  THE  GOBLINS  BY  MEYERBEER 

Principles  Art  Science  Physical  Geography  Geology  Astronomy 

Proceeds  to  go  Toward  5  Defraying  the  Hospital  Fund 

12  A  22  a  14  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  ^  4 K  lbs.,  $3.00 

ANNIVERSARY  OF  THE  INSTITUTION 

Amid  a  Labyrinth  of  Beauty  and  a  Garden  of  Verdure 

Concert  and  Music  by  9  the  Mozart  Club  Choir 

9  A  17  a  16  Point  .\uthors  Roman  Wide  4^  lbs.,  $3.00 

WORKS  OF  FENNIMORE  COOPER 

Walter  Scotts  Complete  Works  Bound  in  Cloth 

Being  Reprinted  7  at  Popular  Prices 

8  A  16  a  18  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  4"5i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

GROCERY  AND  MEAT  STORE 

The  Purest  Groceries  and  the  Choicest  Cuts 

Porter  House  Steak  8  and  Mutton  Chops 

BARNHART   BROS.   &    SPINDLER'S  468  SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


i 


AUTHORS    c^M^    ROMAN  WIDE 


Weights  given  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  IJn 


24  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  57i6  lbs.,  $3.50 


SHIFTING  WINE  PRESS 
Gives  Attendant  15  Fine  Holiday 


30  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  6'Hb  lbs.,  $4.25 


DETERMINE  SORT 
Creatures  67  Shot  Pelican 

3A  5a  36  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  Shi  lbs.,  $5.00 

WORKS  NOISY 
Lonesome  8  Mourner 


42  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  10%  lbs.,  $6.55 


FINE  SINGER 
Denver  9  Colorado 


48  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide  Wu  lbs.,  $7.50 


MONSTERS 
Notice  2  Hunter 

POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  469  QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY    C^^^t^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leadc<!  with  nvo-point  leads. 


n  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  Point-Line.  Point-Set. 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in 
lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a 
legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the 
type:  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  old  system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work:  hence  the  time  spent  in 
lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  p  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now. 
thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line.  Point-Set.  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried 
lines;  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are 
cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely 
upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body 
without  justification:  and.  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes. 
In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof  Text-Line. — For 
such  faces  as  Scripts.  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point 
line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may 
be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies 
are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  obtained  as  easily.  Cap-Line. — For  Title.  Two-line,  and  other  faces  without  lower 
case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with  each  other  at  the  bottom  without  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces 
from  the  smallest  size  to  36-point  line  with  each  other  at  the  bottom  without  any  justification.  All  42-point  and  larger  Cap- 
Line  faces  line  with  each  other  without  any  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  in  bodies  from  the  smallest  to  .36-point  will 
line  with  42-point  and  larger  sizes  by  the  use  of  a  2-point  lead.  All  Cap-Line  faies.  too.  may  be  lined  with  any  Uniform 
Line  or  Text-Line  face  with  ordinary  point-lead  justification,  the  same  as  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  lined 
together,  and  with  no  loss  of  time  whatever.  The  thinking  printer  upon  reading  the  above  can  not  but  be  convinced  of  the 
superior  features  offered  in  the  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line.  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  We  claim 
that  in  inter-body  lining  combinations,  the  greatest  use  of  2-point  leads  is  an  important  item  to  be  considered.  Deep  cut 
matrices,  which  insure  deep  counters  and  shoulders,  so  necessary  for  electrotyping,  stereotyping,  and  good  presswork.  are 

I^ower  ease  al))habet.  a  to  z.  U4-.'>  ems. 


6  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details 
of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System,  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a 
dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has 
experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which 
two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the 
compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  of  using  paper 
and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and 
between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work; 
hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer 
is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros. 
&  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well  known 
and  tried  lines:  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are 
cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so 
placed  that  properly  proportioned  descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning, 
from  smallest  to  largest  size  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without 
justification;  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with 
all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points 
or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scrips,  Texts,  or  the  like,  where  a  long 
descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each  body  always 
varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face  may 
be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform 
Line  faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  obtained  easily.  Cap- 
Line.— For  Title,  Two-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.     All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  14  .V6  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  470  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  tvvo-poinl  Iea<ls. 


8  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This 
system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of 
the  incr^'ased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 
therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that 
begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with 
the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the 
compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the 
necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of 
alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time  spent 
in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line 
type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  'for 
work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point- 
Body  Lining  System  embodies  the  following  well  known  and  tried  lines:  Uniform 
Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast. 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  IS  1-8  ems. 


1)  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition 
time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and 
in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for 
the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 
with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor 
having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity 
for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of 
alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No 
printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence 
the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a 
matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks 
to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  i:i  eiiiK. 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


471 


QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 

10  Point  Authors  Roman 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set  Point- 
Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar 
in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his 
work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and 
in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  type;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old 
system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using 
paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the 
time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z,  12  7-10  ems. 


12  Point  Atthors  Roman 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point- 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time, 
to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type 
on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type, 
and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank, 
for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin 
paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as 
near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of 
the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be 
lined  with  the  type;   hours   of  valuable   time   must 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z  i:f  l-'.t  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


472 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY  C^M^5  TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line      Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


14  Point  Aitthors  Roman 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important 
that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System. 
This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experi- 
enced trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  there- 
fore knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal 
blank  for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger 
type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z,  13  l^i  ems. 


16  Point  Authors  Roman 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  import- 
ant that  every  printer  should  be  familiar 
with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point- 
Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  sys- 
tem saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bring- 
ing type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in 
Hning  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when 


Lower  case  alplialiet.  a  to  z,  13  1-fi  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POIISIT-SET,  POINT-BODY  473  QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


5  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line.  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in 
composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble 
in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of 
time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in 
larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of 
valuable  time  must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because  of 
the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment  between  the 
various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod 
work:  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is 
enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind.  The  Barnhart  Bros.  &  Spindler 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  LJning  System  embodies  the  following  well  known  and  tried  lines: 
Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in  each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body 
faces  are  cast  on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned 
descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  the  body,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest  size.  All  Uniform 
Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  body  without  justification:  and,  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs, 
one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with  all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference 
between  any  two  bodies  is  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text-Line. — For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts, 
or  the  like,  where  a  longer  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a  point  line  on  each 
body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-Line  face 
may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast  on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line 
faces  on  different  bodies  are  brought  to  alignment,  and  the  result  is  attained  as  easily.  Cap-Line. — For  Title, 
-3]wo-Line,  and  other  faces  without  lower  case.  All  Cap-Line  faces  on  the  same  bodies  line  with  each  other 
at  the  bottom  without  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  from  the  smallest  size  to  36-point  line  with  each 
other  at  the  bottom  without  any  justification.  All  42-point  and  larger  Cap-Line  faces  line  with  each  other 
without  any  justification.  All  Cap-Line  faces  in  bodies  from  the  smallest  to  36-point  line  with  42-point 
and  larger  sizes  by  the  use  of  a  2-point  lead.  All  Cap-Line  faces,  too,  may  be  lined  with  any  Uniform-Line 
or  Text-Line  face  with  ordinary  point-lead  justification,  the  same  as  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different  bodies 

Lower  ease  alphabet,  a  to  z.  16  2-.5  ems. 


6  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  the  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great 
loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for 
instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and 
in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time 
must  be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal, 
because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No 
printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence  the  time 
spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious 
moment.  All  such  expense  is  unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and 
the  printer  is  enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Barnhart  Bros,  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System 
embodies  the  following  well-known  and  tried  lines.  Uniform-Line. — The  point  line  in 
each  body  to  which  the  majority  of  faces  are  cast.  All  Roman  and  body  faces  are  cast 
on  this  line,  as  well  as  the  leaders,  etc.  This  line  is  so  placed  that  properly  proportioned 
descenders  can  be  cast  entirely  upon  thebody,  free  of  kerning,  from  smallest  to  largest 
size.  All  Uniform-Line  cast  faces  will  line  together  body  for  bodv  without  justification; 
and  by  the  use  of  point  leads  or  slugs,  one  size  body  can  be  readily  made  to  line  with 
all  other  sizes.  In  the  majority  of  cases  the  difference  in  line  between  any  body  is 
two  points  or  a  multiple  thereof.  Text  Line.— For  such  faces  as  Scripts,  Texts  or  the 
like,  where  a  long  descender  is  cut  for  typographical  effect,  we  have  established  a 
point  line  on  each  body  always  varying  above  the  Uniform-Line  two  points  or  a 
multiple  thereof.  Hence  any  Text-line  face  may  be  made  to  line  with  any  face  cast 
on  Uniform-Line  or  Cap-Line  in  the  same  way  that  Uniform-Line  faces  on  different 

Lower  case  alpliabet,  a  to  ■/.,  17  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPIISIDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY 


TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  l,ine.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


8  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  com- 
position time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to 
line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of 
time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank, 
for  instance,  in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as 
well  some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be  spent  by 
the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material  at  his  disposal,  because 
of  the  necessity  for  using  paper  and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a 
semblance  of  alignment  between  the  various  faces  and  betw^een  type 
and  rule.  No  printer  worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip- 
shod work;  hence  the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other 
and  with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line  type,  and  the  printer  is 
enabled  to  pocket  the  money  heretofore  expended  for  work  of  this  kind. 
The  Bamhart  Bros.  &  Spindler  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining 

Lower  oase  alphabet,  a  to  z.  15  3-4  ems. 


9  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 

THE  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every  printer 
should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set, 
Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer  many 
a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing  of  the  increased 
beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance, 
in  which  words  in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter 
selected  for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass 
rule  must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must  be 
spent  by  the  compositor  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper 
and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  alignment 
between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and  rule.  No  printer 
worthy  of  the  name  will  willingly  send  out  slip-shod  work;  hence 
the  time  spent  in  lining  different  faces  with  each  other  and 
with  rule  is  a  matter  of  serious  moment.  All  such  expense  is 
unnecessary  now,  thanks  to  the  Uniform-Line   type,  and   the 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  1.5  2-3  ems. 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


ROMAN  BODY  C^i^»  TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


10  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important  that  every 
printer  should  be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our  Point- 
Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lining  System.  This  system 
saves  the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type  on  different  bodies 
to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore  knows 
the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not 
available.  Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as  some  others, 
must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be  with  the  letter  selected 
for  the  body  of  the  work,  and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule 
must  be  lined  with  the  type;  hours  of  valuable  time  must 
be  spent  by  the  compositor  having  only  old-system  material 
at  his  disposal,  because  of  the  necessity  for  using  paper 
and  cardboard  to  bring  about  even  a  semblance  of  align- 
ment between  the  various  faces  and  between  type  and 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  Vi  15  ems. 


1-2  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 

The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important 
that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with  the 
details  of  our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say  nothing 
of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every  printer 
has  experienced  trouble  in  bringing  type-faces  on 
different  bodies  to  line,  and  in  lining  rule  with 
type,  and  therefore  knows  the  great  loss  of  time 
unavoidable  when  lining  type  is  not  available. 
Take  a  legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words 
in  larger  type  that  begin  paragraphs,  as  well  as 
some  others,  must  be  lined  as  near  as  may  be 
with  the  letter  selected  for  the  body  of  the  work, 
and  in  which  two-point  brass  rule  must  be  lined 

Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  1!S  1-6  ems. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S  476  SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


ROMAN  BODY    C^Si^^    TYPE  FACES 


Cast  on  Uniform  Line.     Partly  leaded  with  two-point  leads. 


14  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so  important 
that  every  printer  should  be  familiar  with 
our  Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body  Lin- 
ing System.  This  system  saves  the  printer 
many  a  dollar  in  composition  time,  to  say 
nothing  of  the  increased  beauty  of  his  work. 
Every  printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to  line, 
and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and  therefore 
knows  the  great  loss  of  time  unavoidable 
when  lining  type  is  not  available.  Take  a 
legal  blank,  for  instance,  in  which  words  in 


Lowercase  alphabet,  a  ti)  v..  I.'i  ems. 


16  Point  Authors  Roman  Wide 


The  matter  of  lining  type  is  so 
important  that  every  printer  should 
be  familiar  with  the  details  of  our 
Point-Line,  Point-Set,  Point-Body 
Lining  System.  This  system  saves 
the  printer  many  a  dollar  in  com- 
position time,  to  say  nothing  of  the 
increased  beauty  of  his  work.  Every 
printer  has  experienced  trouble  in 
bringing  type  on  different  bodies  to 
line,  and  in  lining  rule  with  type,  and 


Lower  case  alphabet,  a  to  z.  I.')  7-16  ems 


POINT-LINE.  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY  477  QUALITY   AND  FINISH   UNEQUALED 


CIRCULAR 


GOTHIC  NO.  44 


Weii^hts  given  are  Approximate.    Cast  on  Uniform  I^ine. 


6  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 
25  A  51  a  1?Y6  lbs.,  $2.00 

THE  SIMPLENESS  OF  STRAIGHT  LINES 

Light  Lines  Having  a  Delicacy  and  Effect  Similar  to 

The  Work  of  Expensive  Steel  Engravings 

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10  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 
23  A  46a  3^6  lbs.,  $2.S0 


8  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 
24  A  49a  ZV*  lbs.,  $2.2S 

NEW  FADS  IN  TYPOGRAPHIC  ART 

Several  Have  Been  Introduced  in  Late  Years 

None  Can  Abolish  the  Plain  Gothics 

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12  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 
21  A  41a  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


DIAMONDS  AND  JEWELS  PEDAGOGY  SCHOOL 

Watches  and  Clocks  Repaired  and  Sold  Teaches  New  Teachers  Discipline 

Commission  of  $5  is  Required  \  Truant  Rule  97  Violations 


18  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 


4'5te  lbs.,  $3.25 


SWELLEST  ASSORTMENT  ANYWHERE 
Handsome  and  Polite  487  Attendants  in  CInarge 


24  Point  Circular  Gothic  No.  44 


5^16  lbs.,  $3.50 


LLINERY  AND  GOWNS 
mported  From  13  Parisian  Artists 


ie  New  Rochelle  Emporium  i 


$2 


Is  pleased  to  Announce  the  Arrival  and  Reduction  of  a 

Special  Importation  of  Chinese  Silks 

Some  Patterns  at  $1,25  per  Yard 

For  Elegant  Ping  Pong  White.      Some  Hand  Colored  and  Stiff  C^/^ 
Extra  Thin  Silk  and  Brocades.       Brocades  for  Charming  Gowns  v]J^^ 

Lu  Fong  Choy  will  give  an  Exhibition  of  Weaving  Daily 


35  Hampton  Court 


Saint  Louis 


BARNHART   BROS.  i.  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


CIRCULAR 


GOTHIC  NO,  44 


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1 


SPEND  A  WEEK 
AT  FOREST  LAKE 

Come  out  over  Sunday  and  let  Nature  prove  that  in 
this  section  of  her  domains  she  offers  more  enticing 
opportunities  for  recreation  than  in  any  other, 

The  Lake  and  Country 

Right  in  the  heart  of  the  shadiest  grove  in  Sylvane 
Forest  and  on  the  banks  of  a  clear,  cool  inland  lake 
lies  the  quiet  little  hamlet  of  Sylvane,  The  lake  is 
over  two  miles  long,  clear  as  crystal,  and  abounds  in 
gameyTish,  Bathing  is  unequaled  and  the  Mortar 
Mud  Baths  are  another  natural  attraction. 

New  Forest  Hotel 

The  new  hotel  is  by  far  the  most  substantial  building  of  its 
kind  in  the  lake  region  and  is  superior  to  any  for  homelike 
accommodations  and  those  little  conveniences  every  traveler 
enjoys.  A  modern  fire-proof  structure  of  300  rooms,  baths, 
open-air  dining  room  and  spacious  verandas.  The  Pavilion 
offers  dancing  and  entertainment,  tallyhos  go  to  the  Forest 
City  Park 

Iddre^'sr;     TEMPERANCE  RALLY  MEETINGS 

Will  be  held  under  the  auspices  of  The  Northward  Park 
League  of  The  Seventy-second  Street  Episcopal  Church 

After  the  Great  Summer  Campaign 

An  Aftermath  of  Our  Great  Victory  and  Service  of  Thanksgiving 
interesting  Chennical  Experiments  and  Speakers 

NORTHWARD   PARK  LAWN 
Week  of  November  25-31,  1905  Everyone  Invited 


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6 


(£)   &   <^ 


Cijj       Cjp       Cjf^       Cjp       Cjp       Cjp       Cjp      Qp      Cjp      Qp      C)p 


POINT-LINE.    POINT-SET,    POINT-BODY 


QUALITY    AND   FINISH    UNEQUALED 


Li2^i>rG  Engravers  RoMA:>r 


FOR  Circular  "Work 


Weights  g'iven  are  Approximate.     Cast  on  Uniform  Lii 


6  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  No.   1 
34  A  Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

MISSISSIPPI    WATERS    KLOW    VERY    RAPID 

CODNTINO    THE    STARS  FOR  AN   EVENING    ENTERTAINMENT 

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6  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  No.  3 
18  A  Ji  lb. ,.$1.00 

PICKING  PEARS  IN  PARIS 
NEWSPAPERS  GIVE   26  THE  NEWS 


12  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman 
11  A  2  lbs,  $1.50 

JELLY  FRUIT 
MUSIC  9  CHORD 


6  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman  No.  2 
23  A  ^  lb.,  $1.00 

EXCEPTIONS    TO    EVERY    RULE 

UNLESS  PERCHANCE   IT   BE   THE   GOLDEN 

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8  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman 
17  A  IK  lbs. ,$1.25 

HARVEST  TIME  AGAIN 
DOT\^N  ON  THE  38  PIRATES 


10  Point  Lining  Engravers  Roman 
14  A  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

MINISTERS  TALK 
LATEST  419  r»HOTOS 


BARNHART  BROS.  &.  SPINDLER'S 


480 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Luv.  Enoravers  Roman 


iiv  Circular  Work 


IF  YOUR  J^USIlSrESH 

IS  ENLi^VROIIVO  TOO  SPEEDILY  FOR  YOUR 
CAPITAL,  AND  YOU  HAVE  A  FAVORABI.cE 
OPPORTUNITY  OP  DEVELOPING  IT,  THIS 
FIRM  CAN  SUPPLY  ^^JV  INVT3STOR.  NO 
DIFFERENCE  A\^HERE  YOU  ARE  LOCATED. 
LET  ME  KNOW  THE  SIZE  OF  THE  PLANT, 
THE  AMOUNT  OF  BUSINESS  YOU  DO,  AND 
THE  POSSIBILITY  OF  EXTENDING  YOUR 
BUSINESS,  AND  HOWT  MUCH  MONEY  YOU 
REQUIRE  AND  ON  AVHAT  TERMS. 

WE  HAVE  CLIEISTTH 

T\^HO  WANT  TO  BUY 

IT  IS  UNDOUBTEDLY  BETTER  BUSINESS 
POLICY  TO  BUY  AN  ESTABLISHED  BUSI- 
NESS WHICH  HAS  THE  THOUSAND- AND 
ONE  THINGS,  AND  A  LINE  OF  CUST0M:ERS 
TO  BEGIN  WITH,  THAN  TO  START  A  NEW 
BUSINESS  AND  HAVE  TO  >VORK  IT  UP 
FROM  THE  VERY  BOTTOM. 

IF  YOU  HAVE  A  BUSIJST5SS 

TO  SELL  SEND  US  ALL  PARTICULARS, 
AS  WE  ARE  IN  TOUCH  AVITH  POSSIBLE 
PURCHASERS. 

FINNiaAN   &   COMPANY 

BROKERS 


12   POINT  BORDER   NO.  418 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


481 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


Engravers  Title 


FOR  Circular  Work 


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*  Weijrhts  and  Prices  jjiven  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Cap  Line. 


% 


6  Point  Encravers  Title  No.  1 
25  A  ?i  lb.,  $1.00 

GOOD   MICHIGAN    FARM    FOR    SALE 
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6  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  2 
16  A  Ji  lb.,  $1.00 

PARTNERS  432   TV  ANTED 

8  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  4 


15  A 


VA  lbs.,  $1.25 


CIGAR  98  STORES 

12  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  7 
11  A  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

IMAT  5  SALE 


6  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  l}i 

20  A  K  lb.,  $1.00 

RKLIABLE  -WOMEIV  WAIVTKD 

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8  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  3 
17A  l5i  lbs,,  $1.25 

BUSIKESS  65  CARDS 

10  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  5 
14  A  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

REAL  6  ESTATE 

10  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  6 
12  A  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

ROOM  9  REIVT 


lOA  12  Point  Engravers  Title  No.  8  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

HORSE  8  AND  CARRIAGE 


AFTER  \EAR8  OF  CAREFUL  THOUGHT 
AND  PERSUASION  WE  HAVE  DECIDBB 
TO  OPEN  AN   EXCLUSIVE  DEPARTMENT 


IN  CONNECTION  WITH  OUR  NEW  MAMMOTH 
ESTABLISHMENT,  AND  WE  NO"%V  ANNOUNCE 
IN    THIS    ENCLOSURE,   THE    OPENING    OF    OUR 


JEWELRY    DEPARTMENT 

ON  THE   SECOND   FLOOR 


WHERE    WE    WILL    DISPLAY    AND    BE  PLEASED 

TO    SHOW^   TO    OUR    MANY  PATRONS 

A   MOST  COMPLETE  LINE  OF 


JEWELRY  IVOVELTIES,  ETC. 


OUR  LARGE  ASSORTMENT  CONSISTS  OF 
BOTH  FOREIGN  AND  DOMESTIC  ARTICLES 
OF    UNSURPASSED     BEAUTV     AND    MERIT 


% 


Jl 


BARISIHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


482 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Engravers  Title 


IN  CiRcuLiAR  Work 


I 


FASmOIV  SUIT  COIVIPANY 

TAILOR    MADE    SUITS 

542    DRESSTVELL,  "BOULEVARD 

TAILORINGTON 


¥ 


ANNOXJIVCEIVIENT 

DURING     THE     REMAINDER     OF    THIS     MONTH     AVE     "WILL 
MAKE    TO    YOUR    ORDER 

TAILOR  MADK  SUITS 

AT    A    SPECIAL    REDUCTION 

THE  SAME  EXPERT  CUTTERS  AND  FINE  WORKMAN- 
SHIP THAT  CHARACTERIZE  ALL  OUR  GARMENTS  IVILL 
BE    APPLIED    TO    TUBSE    TAILOR    MADE    SUITS 

THIS  SPECIAL  REDUCTIOIV 

IS  MADE  FOR  THE  PRESENT  MONTH  ONLY,  AND  IS  FOR 
THE  PURPOSE  OF  TURNING  AN  ORDINARY  DULL  PERIOD 
INTO  A  BUSY  ONE,  THEREBY  ENABLING  US  TO  RETAIN 
THE  COMPLETE  ORGANIZATION  IN  OUR  DRESSMAKING 
SECTION    INTACT. 

FASHION  SUIT  COMPANY 


TAILORINGTON,   MARCH    EIGHTH 
NINETEEN  HUNDRED  AND  SEWVEN 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


483 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


LINING  Plate  Gothic 


FOR  Circular  work 


-Weijrhts  ami  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.      Cast  on  Caii  I. 


6  Point  Lininn  Plate  Gothic  No.  1 
33  A  '4  lb.,  $1.00 

QRAND   MOUNTAIN    SCENERY    IN   COLORADO 
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6  Point  LiniiiR  Plate  Gothic  No.  3 
25  A  K  lb.,  $1.00 

INVITATIONS   5  AND    PROGRAMS 


8  Point  Liniim  Plate  Gothic  No.  5 
20 A  IK  lbs.,  $1.25 

SPOTTED    36    LEOPARD 


10  Point  Lininj;  Plate  Gothic  No.  7 
17  A  1%  lbs.,  $1.40 

YACHT  79  RACES 


6  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  2 

28  A  h  lb..  $1.00 

MOUNT   EASYREST  HOME  FOR  IDLERS 

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6  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  4 
20  A  "16  lb.,  $1.05 

BICYCLES  57  EXCHANGED 


8  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  6 
17  A  l!4  lbs.,  $1.25 

PEACH  8  ORCHARD 


12  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  8 
ISA  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

INDIAN  4  CHIEF 


12A  12  Point  Lining  Plate  Gothic  No.  g  2  lbs.,  $1.50 

PREPARE  FOR  71  COLD  DAYS 


CLARKE,   RANDOLPH   &   ADAMS 

FINE  SUITS  FOR  MEN 

MEASURED  BY  EVERY  STANDARD,  WHETHER  IT  BE  WORKMANSHIP  OR 
MATERIALS,  WHETHER  STYLES  OR  PATTERNS,  OUR  MENS  SUITS  PROVE 
THEIR  SUPERIOR  WORTH  PROVE  THAT  THEY  ARE  THE  FAULTLESS  PRO- 
DUCTIONS OF  MEN  WHO  HAVE  MADE  THE  DESIGNING  AND  MAKING  OF 
MEN'S  HIGH-CLASS  CLOTHING  THEIR  LIFE  STUDY,  AND  THEY  HAVE  BEEN 
WONDERFULLY  SUCCESSFUL  IN  THEIR  ATTAINMENTS.  THERE  IS  REFINE- 
MENT IN  EVERY  DETAIL  IN  THE  .APPROPRIATENESS  OF  THE  COLOR 
EFFECTS,  IN  THE  FASHIONING  OF  THE  SLIGHTLY  ROLLING  LAPELS,  IN 
THE  GRACEFUL  BACK  LINES  OF  THE  COATS,  AND  IN  THE  PERFECT  SET 
OF  THE  TROUSERS.     ALL  SUITS   KEPT  IN   REPAIR  FOR  ONE  YEAR 


BARNHART   BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Lining  Plate  Gothic 


IN  Circular  work 


WE   WISH   TO  INFORM   YOU  THROUGH  THIS  MEDIUM 

THAT    WE    ARE    PREPARED    TO    DESIGN 

AND   MANUFACTURE  ANYTHING 

YOU    MAY   DESIRE   IN 

THE  WAY  OF 


LODGE  AND  SOCIETY 
EMBLEMS 


WE  ARE  THE  LARGEST  AND  MOST  RELIABLE 

CONCERN   IN   THE  WORLD   IN  THIS 

ONE  LINE  OF  SPECIALTIES 


WE   ALSO  CARRY  A    BEAUTIFUL 
ASSORTMENT  OF 


SCARF  PINS,  NECKLACES,  LOCKETS 
RINGS  AND  EARRINGS 


ENGRAVINGS  EXECUTED  BY   EXPERTS  IN  LATEST 
STYLES    AND    DESIGNS 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  I 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND    FINISH    UNEQUALED 


Barnhart  Old  Style 


for  Circular  Work 


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


26A  50a        6  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.      l'/i6  lbs.,  $2.00 

IMMENSE  COFFEE  PLANTATIONS 

Supply  the  Ever  Increasing  Demand   for  this   Beverage 

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23  A  43a       10  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.      3'4  lbs.,  $2.50 

EUROPEAN  MONARCHS 
Kings  and  Queens  36  Attend  Carnival 

ISA  29a       14  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.       4^  lbs.,  $3.00 

BARGAIN  PRICE 

Hand  Made  524  Cabinets 


25  A  50a         8  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.       2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

FOUR  ATHLETIC  CONTESTS 

Gold    Medals  will   be  Awarded   to  the  Winners 

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18  A  32  a      12  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MINING  MACHINES 

Steam  Derrick  586  and  Engine 


11  A  21a       16  Point  Barnhart  O.  S.       4?^  lbs,  $3.00 

MAGAZINES 

Published  93  Monthly 


lOA  19a  18  Point  Barnhart  Old  Style  4'?f6  lbs.,  $3.25 

ANNUAL  BARGAIN  SALE 

Gents  Furnishings  79  and  Tailor  Made  Suits 


Our  Annual  Outing 

at  Elm  Park 

We  respectfully  extend  an  invitation 
to  be  present  and  enjoy  the  festivi- 
ties and  enjoyment  to  be  had  at 

Second  Annual  Outing 

Saturday,   August   Eleventh 
Nineteen  Hundred  and  Six 


Elm  Park  is  situated  on  the  bank  of  the  Missouri  River, 
and  is  renowned  as  one  of  the  most  beautiful  Picnic  Parks. 

TRAIN  LEAVES  AT  7:30  A.  M.  SHARP 


VOGUE   ORNAMENT   NO.    114,    50C 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Barnhart  Old  Style 


in  Circular  Work 


I 


"Y^OU  are  invited  to  inspect  our 
■■■  exceptionally  attractive  display 
of  advance  styles  for  the  coming 
year.  This  exhibit  includes  the  fol- 
lowing special  lines 

SILVERWARE  NOVELTIES 
HAMMERED  SILVER  AND 
COPPER  VASES  AND  DESK 
ORNAMENTS.  BRONZES 
ELECTRIC  LIGHT  AND 
FIREPLACE  FIXTURES 

There  are  no  duplicates  in  these  advance 
styles  and  an  early  inspection  will  insure 
the  choice  of  these  attractive  designs. 
^  Prompt  and  careful  delivery  to  all 
parts  of  the  city  and  surrounding  country. 


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ATKINSON  &  HOPKINS 

DEISIGNERS  AND  IMPORTERS  OF 
NOVELTIES    IN   FINE   METALICS 


POINT-LINE,   POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


Catalog  Old  Style 


For  Circular  Work 


M'ei^hts  and  Prices  ^iven  are  Approximate;  see  pas^e  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  Line.  I 


6  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 
23  A  46a  1?4'6  lbs.,  $2.00 

SHOOTING  WILD  DUCKS  IN  THE  RIVER 

interesting  Stories  Are  Often  Told  By  Some  Hunters 

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10  Point  CataloK  Old  Style- 
ISA  36a  3'i6  lbs,,  $2.50 

ADVERTISING    NOVELTY 
Never  Placed  35  On  The  Markets 


14  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 


AV*  lbs.,  $3.00 


DINNER  IS  READY 
Table  Set  36  For  Three 


8  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 
22A  43a  2!4  lbs.,  $2.25 

PRESIDENT  SENDING  \A/^ARSHIPS 

Possibility  of  Trouble  with  the  Cuban  Island 

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12  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 
15  A  33a  3"t'i,  lbs.,  $2.75 

EXPRESSING   CARTS 
Painted  While  69  They  Sleep 

18  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 
9  A  19a  4«i6  lbs.,  $3.25 

CAMPHOR  ICE 
Chocolate  84  Coated 


20  Point  Catalog  Old  Style 


4ft6  lbs.,  $3.25 


THANKSGIVING  TURKEY 
Meat  That  Made  47  A  Reputation 


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BE  AN  c^^CTOR 
OR  (VICTRESS 


YOU  CAN  IF 
YOU  WILL 


No  profession  so  fascinating  and  profitable.  I 
teach  you  thoroughly  so  you  will  be  qualified 
to  go  at  once  on  the  stage.  My  course  is  com- 
plete and  embraces  every  branch  ^  knowledge 
necessary  to  become  a  successful  actor.  Some 
of  the  most  prominent  on  the  o4merican  stage 
have  taken  my  course.     You  can  be  the  same. 

DO  NOT  DELAY.  START  AT  ONCE 

BUMTOWN  STUDIO  OF  DRAMA 


POINT  BORDER   NO.    92 


BARNHART    BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


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in  Circular  Work 


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cMen  2^  limited  income  are  prone  to  fancy 
that  tKey  cannot  afford  to  inve^igate  tiie 
merits  2^  the  Good  Heat  Furnace.  Bless 
your  hearts!  You  are  ju^  tile  ones  who 
should  be  mo^  intere^ed.  Be  sure  the 
bankers,  lawyers,  leading  merchants,  etc., 
are  fa^  learning  its  merits  and  are  not 
slow  in  recognizing  tKem.  Besides  gain- 
ing freedom  from  tHe  ordinary  furnace 
troubles  and  nuisances,  tiley  have  found 
by  careful  inve^igation  tiiat  tKe 

GOOD  HEAT  FURNACE 
Saves  1'2  to  2-3  on  Coal  Bills 

Isn't  ttiat  an  important  item  to  the  tHrifty 
book-keeper,  clerk,  mechanic  or  others  sf 
limited  income?  Foot  up  the  bills  for 
the  kind  of  coal  you  have  been  using, 
then  find  out  what  the  same  number  sf 
tons  sf  the  very  cheapest  grade  coal  ob- 
tainable in  your  neighborhood  w^ould  cost 
you,  and  tHe  difference  is  what  you  could 
have  saved  by  using  the  Good  Heat. 


GOOD   HEAT  FURNACE  CO. 
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Circular  Work 


Weights  and  Prices  given  are  Approximate;  see  page  2.     Cast  on  Uniform  I^ine. 


26A  52  a  6  Point  Mission         1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

BEAUTIFUL  AND  DELICATE  MISSION 

A  New  Attractive  and  Very  Useful  Face  Lately  Designed 
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19  A  35a  12  Point  Mission      3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

ARTISTIC  STYLES 


25  A  49a  8  Point  Mission        2H  lbs.,  $2.25 

APPROVAL  OF  CUSTOMERS 

By  Printers  Famous  for  Their  Good  Judgement 
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22A44a  10  Point  Mission        3'X6  lbs.,  $2.50 

FINE  SOCIETY  WORK 
Found  in  all  729  Modern  Offices      |     Is  Universally  450  Conceded  Desirable 


15  A  29  a  14  Point  Mission  4^4  lbs.,  $3.00 

NORTH  AMERICAN  CRAIN  COMPANY 

OjDerating  the  Largest  Grain  845  Elevators  in  the  World 

11  A  22a  18  Point  Mission  4%  lbs.,  $3.25 

PAMPHLETS  AND  CIRCULARS 

Proved  Best  in  Artistic  95  Typograph  Display 


RECORDS  BROKEN 
TIME  AND  QUALITY 

Two  things  eire  necessary  in  making  good  ice  cream  quickly.  The  first  is 
a  Snowflake  Freezer;  the  second  is  to  know  how.  Your  dealer  will  sell 
you  the  freezer  and  we  will  send  you  free  of  charge  the  book  that  tells  how. 
Ordinary  freezers  are  seldom  used  because  they  make  hard  disagreeable 
work  which  always  becomes  an  easy  delightful  and  economical  task  with  the 

TRIPLE  MOTION 

SNOWFLAKE  ICE  CREAM  FREEZER 

The  Freezer  with  a  character  and  reputation  to  sustain;  recognized  the 
World  over  to  be  the  highest  type  of  excellency  in  Ice  Cream  Freezers. 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


SUPERIOR   COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


MISSION 


SERIES 


4.  THIS  REFRIGERATOR  ,# 
#  FIFTEEN  DAYS  FREE  '$■ 

Here's  a  refrigerator  that  keeps  milk  longer 
than  others.  We  say  milk  because  that's 
the  hardest  thing  to  keep.  You  know  its 
germ  life  that  sours  milk  and  spoils  other 
foods.  Gold  discourages  germ  life;  moisture 
encourages  it^  and  that's  why  other  refrig" 
erators  can't  keep  milk  longer,  the  moist- 
ture  counteracts  the  cold.     Now,  the 

BAUM  SYPHON  REFRIGERATOR 

Is  SO  much  colder  and  dryer  than  any  other  because 
the  syphons  pass  the  air  through  the  ice  chamber  so 
many  more  times,  and  don't  let  it  stay  with  the  ice 
long  enough  to  absorb  its  moisture,  and  that's  the 
first  and  last  word  on  refrigeration.  We  want  to 
put  the  same  kind  of  a  refrigerator  right  in  your  home 

Try  it  for  Fifteen  Days  Free 

So  you  can  know  how  much  longer  it  will  really  keep  milk 
and  other  foods;  and  then  you  must  see  one  to  appreciate  it. 

REFRIGERATOR  MFG.  GO. 


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491 


QUALITY   AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


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For  Circular  Work 


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6  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
23  A  46a  \%\b  lbs.,  $2.00 

HORTICULTURAL  EXHIBITS 

Beautiful  Displays  of  the  Rarest  Species  Are 

Shown  by  the  Florists  Club  of  this  City 

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10  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
19 A  39a  3 '-16  lbs.,  $2.50 

ORIENTAL  TRAVELS 

Official  Chronicles  of  Embassy 

Supply  Our  39  Information 


8  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 
21  A  42  a  iVi  lbs.,  $2.25 

ELECTRICAL  MARVELS 

Remarkable  Achievements  of  a  Year 

Some  Future  Possibilities  Hinted 

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12  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 

17  A  32  a  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

YACHTING  CLUB 

Sail  Boats  Speck  the  Lakes 

Around  the  20  Retreats 


14  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 


Wa,  lbs,  $3.00 


DEBATE  ON  POLITICAL  STATUS 
Law  School  Students  Argue  15  On  Complex  Affair 


12A  2Ia 


16  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 


4%  lbs.,  $3.00 


GOLF  CLUB  TOURNAMENTS 
Matches  Between  the  72  Scotch  and  Yankees 


18  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman 


V^ib  lbs,  $3.25 


GENTLEMANLY  AFFAIR 

A  Vindication  of  48  Honor  is  Sought 


OST  Optimists  agree  that  the  only  Real 
Happiness  consists  Wholly  in  Enjoying 
and  Appreciating  the  Things  we  Have, 
Take  time  to  Live  One  Day  at  a  Time, 
Think  Right,  and  You  Shall  be  Happy, 


O.    73,     50C 


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UTILITY    BORDER 


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BARNHART   BROS.  &   SPINDLER'S 


492 


SUPERIOR    COPPER-MIXED   TYPE 


Caslon  Old  Roman 


in  Circular  Work 


9y 


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September  First 
The  Landscape  Artist's  Clubs 

of  Nurscryland 

Fifth  Annual  Exhibition 

Following  the  custom  of  the  last  few 
years  the  Clubs  have  united  to  make 
this  exhibit  of  their  skill  the  highest 
attainment  of  the  age.  Every  effort 
has  been  directed  to  secure  the  most 
interesting  collection  of  Flowers  and 
Plants,  Shrubs,  Vines  and  Photos  of 
Landscape  Work  ever  gathered. 
Every  Naturalist  or  Nature  Lover  is 
Invited  Most  Cordially  and  You  are 
sure  of  being  Royally  Welcome  to  an 
Artificial  Paradise.     Open  all  Week. 

Horticulture  Hall  ;  Garden  City 


The  National  Horticulturist 

Official  Organ 
Landscape  Artist's  Clubs 
of  Nurseryland 


Write  to  us 
for  Information 


Garden  City 


VOGUE  ORNAMENT  NO.    261,  40C 


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UTILITY   BORDER     NO. 


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POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,   POINT-BODY 


493 


QUALITY  AND   FINISH   UNEQUALED 


Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 


for  Circular  Work 


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


6  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 
22A  41a  1%  lbs.,  $2.00 

RINGING  THE  OLD  FIRE  BELLS 

Anniversary  of  the  Duke  Will  Occur  Tomorrow 

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10  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 
18  A  35a  3\{b  lbs.,  $2.50 

CHICAGO'S   INDUSTRIES 
Walking  Through  26  The  Garden 


14  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 
13  A  25a  ^y^  lbs.,  $3.00 

HAPPY  DARKIES 
Continuing  35  A  Journey 


8  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 
21  A  42a  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

SCENES   THAT  ARE  BRIGHT 

Ships  That  Sail  in  The  Deep  Blue  Waters 

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12  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 
ISA  31a  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 

MISERABLE  MEN 
Hunting  in  74  The  Mountain 


16  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 
lOA  20a  ^^<(,  lbs.,  $3.00 

WINTER  FIRE 
Burn  in  18  The  Grate 


18  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 


4'5i'6  lbs.,  $3.25 


EXQUISITE  DESIGN  CARDS 
The  White  Cap  43  Society  on  Parade 


5A  11a 


24  Point  Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 


5?  16  lbs.,  $3.55 


MORE  MECHANISM 
Foundations  58  of  Gray  Stone 


SANITAR  Y  PL  UMBING 

TO  MEET  MODERN  DEMANDS 

We  carry  the  most  complete  line  of 
plumbing  equipment  in  the  city.  It 
is  sanitary  in  construction,  durable 
in  material,  perfect  in  design  and 
workmanship.  Our  goods  are  just 
as  high  a  grade  as  intelligence  and 
ingenuity  can  conceive 

THE  EUREKA  PLUMBING  CO. 

PLUMBING  GOODS  AND  STEAM  SPECIALTIES 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


494 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Caslon  Old  Roman  Italic 


in  Circular  Work 


THE 

KING'S  HOTEL 


ONE  OF  THE  LARGEST 
AND  MOST  COMFORTABLE 
HOTELS    IN    THE    CITY 

It  being  adjacent  to  the  Lake,  commands  a 
beautiful  view  of  the  Rainbow  Mountains,  is 
well  known  as  one  of  the  coolest  houses  in 
the  summer,  and  is  very  elegantly  furnished 
throughout.    Rooms  en  suite  with  bath  rooms 

THE  KING'S  HOTEL 

Is  furnished  with  all  the  latest  modern  improve- 
ments. Handsome  Passenger  Elevator,  Electric 
Bells,  Etc.,  is  but  three  stories  high,  covering  a 
large  area  of  ground  used  exclusively  for  hotel  pur- 
poses, and  having  lawns  on  either  side,  with  means 
of  exit  from  the  house,  in  addition  to  those  in  front 
and  rear;  these  render  it  almost  impossible  for  any 
accident  to  take  place  from  fire. 


RATES,  $5.00  PER  DAY 


POINT-LINE,  POINT-SET,  POINT-BODY 


495 


QUALITY  AND  FINISH  UNEQUALED 


Old  Roman  Condensed 


For  Circular  Work 


Weights  and  Prices  sfiven  are  Approximate;  see  pai^e  2..     Cast  on  Uniform  IJne 


6  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 
26  A  54a  l'/f6  lbs.,  $2.00 

RELICS  OF  FORMER  GREATNESS 

Mementos  of  the  Days  When  Indians  and  Buffaloes 

Roamed  the  Broad  Prairies  in  Serene  Peace 

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10  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 
24  A  48a  3'/f6  lbs.,  $2.50 


8  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 
25  A  49  a  2%  lbs.,  $2.25 

HISTORY  OF  OLD  ENGLAND 

Exciting  and  Interesting  Incidents  Narrated 

In  Chronicles  of  Old  Hermit  Monks 

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12  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 
20  A  40  a  3%  lbs.,  $2.75 


HANDSOME  NEW  FACE  SMALL  CURIO  SHOP 

Designs  of  Merit  Easily  Composed  in         Collections  of  Jewels  and  Rings 
Our  Old  Roman  23  Condensed  i  Valuable  and  97  Unique 

15  A  31a  14  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  4K  lbs.,  $3.00 

INTERURBAN  RAILWAY  ASSOCIATION 
Miles  of  Tracks  Through  35  Beautiful  Country  Seats 


llA  22a 


16  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed 


4?^  lbs.,  $3.00 

TROLLEY  EXCURSIONS  DAILY 
Pleasurable  Trips  to  67  Naturally  Cool  Spots 

11  A  22a  18  Point  Old  Roman  Condensed  4'?f'6  lbs.,  $3.25 

FINE  MUSKALONGE  FISHING 
Resort  Made  Famous  13  by  Old  Whitman 


Directions  for  Using  Doctor  KiUing  s  Catarrh  Balm 

For  Quick  Relief  from  Coughs,  Colds,  Irritated  Throat  or  Nostrils 

Catarrh,  Hay  Fever  and  Asthma 

For  simple  affections  such  as  Colds  or  the  old-fashioned  Sniffles  simply 
apply  to  the  Nostrils  or  insert  a  small  drop  by  means  of  a  tooth-pick  or 
match  covered  with  absorbent  cotton.  For  Catarrh  and  complications 
use  the  same  method  and  supplement  by  massageing  the  Nose  and  Throat. 
Prepared  Especially  For  The 
None  Genuine  without  Signature      Patent  Medicine  Pharmacy         Beware  of  Spurious  Imitations 


POINT  BORDER    NO.    527 


BARNHART  BROS.  &  SPINDLER'S 


496 


SUPERIOR  COPPER-MIXED  TYPE 


Old  Roman  Condensed 


in  Circular  Work 


If  you  are  interested  in  owning 
your  home,  building  it  to  suit 
your  own  particular  ideas,  the 


Fourteenth  National 
Building