ADVANCE IN TYPE MAKING
T WO new series invite the admiration of printers of artli
temperament, each showing the individuaity and correct
appreciation of form and color whch distinguishes the desiners
and crities of the Amerin Type Founders' Co. These are
masculine faces, and they will take a plac with te small num-
ber of faces which give virility to typoraphic art. Specimens
will be seen on pages 8 and 9 ofthiis isue tanick is made in
thirteen sizes, from 6 to 7z pint Its beauty and strengt can-
not be flly realized in a single line specimen, but a typ-
graphers will b captivated on examining the ha olor
bibit of th eres iued by the Americ Type Founrs
Co., which will be sent on application to any of its branches.
Jenson Italie is a companion series to Jenson old style and
as it combines the characteristics of both the Jenson type and
Elzevir italie, it will commend itself to the innumerable admir-
ers of thse series Specimens mny be ad on appliation to any
branch ifthe American Type Founder' Co.
These new series are developments n the same line with
Bradey, Jenson Old Syle, Caxton Black, Tudor Black, and Cas-
ton Old Stle No. 7i, all made b thi Amrica Type Fouders'
Co., the use of which in the last two yeas has entirely chag
the faiion in typoraphy.
It is climed that peop e do nt martry ats eul as age as
in fomer y , but still they marry, and when the happy event
tie plac stationer is requird, and ood statione is appre-
clated l Buntis, Gillies & Co smp books contais the
tu New Yok styles, as wet as thea d tens wh
have been in demand for several rs bacu
tician has figured out tt t the annual agregate cir-
the papers of the world is printed on 781,240 tons
The people of the world spend time annually in
newspapers equal to ?oo,oe years.
ral paper ill is said to have ben found on the
river in the Unit Sttes. The ushes and cose
wing on the banks are killed by the winters frost
starch, etc., are washed away, leaving only a fine
tance. As the water recdes before the rays of the
, a green scum composed of numberless low-grade
plts forms above thie sackenig wer, filling all
n the pulp networi. Tbe greyish brown matting,
ike gossamer silk, is papr- , thin, fairy strong,
Roers . . .
Can be d with te greatest success and economy
in the small contry office as well as the larger towns
' THE POLLOWG
newspapers are among those using the Typograph
in their compsing rooms:--
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t. Or utirst -Ansutiner us. Weawill? pleased
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We Sarse coirruaul adu g to thel rs.
WW rou be one f-
It will not pay you to buy a new dress for your
paper wthout first consulting us We wiJI be pl- sd
to hear from you and do business with you. Cat-
alogue for the asking, showing results in money saved,
etc., in offices at present using this machine.
Manufcturd by ...
Canadian Typograph Co., Ltd.
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