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The glycerine in Pummo is also a valuable feature.
5c is all it will cost you to try Pummo Soap, and one trial will prove its excllence and efficacy.
If your dealer does not have Pummo in stock, write us, giving his name, and we will send you a free sample by return
The successful man doesn't guess —he knows because he takes the trouble to find out.
When he is a bit "out of fix" he says, "Something may be wrong with my food."
Then he proceeds to know by a ten days' trial—leaving off greasy meats, pasty, sticky and starchy half-cooked cereals, white bread and pastry, and adopting a plain, nourishing diet.
Many men who really know use the following breakfast: Some fruit, a saucer of Grape-Nuts and cream, soft-boiled eggs, some nice crisp toast, and a cup of Postum — nothing more.
The result is certain gain toward health.
"There's a Reason"
Get the famous little book, "The Road to Wellville," in packages of
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"What a beautiful typewritten letter—as plain as print—as easy to read as a primer! It must be the new Oliver PRINTYPE! I wish all our correspondents used The Printype Oliver Typewriter!"
A Long Step in Advance
The change from the old-style thin outline letters known as Pica Type, universally used up to now on all standard type writers, to the new, beautiful, readable Printype. is one of vast significance. It means relief from the harmful effect on eyesight of the "outline" typewriter type. For Printype is as easy to road as a child's primer.
It means less liability of mis-reading, due to blurring of outline letters, whose sameness frequently makes the words run together. Printype letters are shaded, just as Book Type is shaded.
It means less danger of costly errors, due to confusing the numerals. No possible chance of mistaking 3 for 8 or 5 for 3—each figure is distinct. It means a degree of typographic beauty never before known in typewriting.
And now. because of its neiimess. it has the enhanced charm of novelty.
Printype Now Famous
The reception of Printype by the business public has been most enthusiastic. We withheld any formal announcement until the machine had been on the market for one year. Personal demonstrations were its only advertising. The resulting sales were stupendous. Printype letters soon began to appear among commonplace old-style correspondence. Wherever received, these mysterious, distinctive, beautiful letters awakened immediate interest. Business men began asking each other.
What's that new kind of typewriter that writes like real print?" Thus the fame of Printype grows as its beauty and utility dawn on the business world.
and professional men on being introduced to Printype
LL eyes are watching Printype. Its attraction is irresistible. Its beauty and grace, in a typewritten letter, are alluring, attention-compelling. Although absolutely new to typewritings its counterpart — Book Type — has been used on all the world's presses since the printing art had its inception. It is the Oliver ideal of perfect typography applied to typewriter uses.
We had brought the machine to its maximum of efficiency. We had added, one by one, a score of great innovations. There remained but one point—that was the type itself.
Then came the inspiration which meant a revolution in typewriter tyPe. We would design and produce a new typewriter type face, conforming to the type used in newspapers, magazines and books. We didl It's here! It's PRINTYPE!
Printype is not an experiment. It is. in all essentiajs. the type that meets your eye when you read your morning paper, your magazine or your favorite novel. Now that Printype is an accomplished fact, the thought occurs to thousands, why didn't typewriter manufacturers think of it years ago? The same question was asked when, over ten years ago, we introduced visible writing.
•The Standard Visible Writer
Printype Aids Eyes
The manifold merits of Printype are a constant source of surprise. Printype is restful to eyesight. It delivers its message in the most easily readable form.
The constant reading of thin outline letter typewriting plays havoc with the eyes. It sends thousands to oculists and opticians.
A comparative test of Printype and ordinary typewriting will win you to the type that reads like print.
We Have Not Raised
We do not ask a premium for The Printype Oliver Typewriter. We have declared a big dividend in favor of typewriter users by supplying this won« ful type, when desired, on the new model Oliver Typewriter.
Our price is $100. the same as our regular model with Pica Typewriter Type.
You can buy the new Printype Oliver Typewriter on the famous "17-Cents-aDay" Purchase Plan. A small first payment brings the machine. Then save 17 cents a day and pay monthly. You can turn in any make of typewriter on your first payment.
If the Penny Plan interests you. ask for details.
Ask for Book, Specimen Letter and Demonstration
Wo will gladly send you a Printype Book, together with a letter written on The Printype Oliver Typewriter. This letter will be a revelation.
Our great sales organization enables us to make an improvement of this chnracter immediately and simultaneously available to the public. Press the button and see how quickly an Oliver Agent will appear with a "Printyper." ready to tell you all about it and write several Printype letters for you. Address Sales Department
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY, 758 Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO