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answer for this! Don't you
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vnopsis of Previous Chapters
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This Washer Must
Pay for Itself.
AMAN tried to sell me a horse. once. He said it wa? a fine
horse and had nothiug tlie matter with it. 1 wanted a fine
Lorse. But. I didn't know anything about horses much.
And. I didn't know the man very w. ;; either.
So I told him I wanted to try the horse for a month. He
said "all right. but pay me first, aad I'll give back your money if
the hcrse isn't all right."
Well I didn't like that. I was afraid the horse wasn't "all right"
and that I might have to whistle for my money it I once parted with
it. So I didn't buy the horse although I wanted it badly. Now this set
You see I make Washing Machines?the "1900 Washer."
And. I said to myself. lots of peopie may think about my Washing
Machines as I thought about the horse. and about the man who owned it.
But, I'd never know, because they wuuidn't write an! tell me. You
see I sell all my Washing Machines by mail. vi sold 2U0.O0O that way
already?two million dollars' worth.)
So. thought I, it's only fair enough to let oeople try my Washing
Machines for a month, before they pay ?or them, just as 1 wanted
to try the horse.
Now I_knrny_what our "1900 Washer" wi'.l do. I know it wil! wash
clothes, without wcaring them. in less than h:.;f the time they can be
washed by hand. ..r by any other maehine.
When I say baU the time I mean half?not a little quicker, but
twice as quick.
I know it will wash a tub full of very dirty clothes in Six minutes.
I know no other maehine ever invented can do that. in less than 12
minutes. without wearing out the clothes.
I'm in the Washing Maehine business for Keeps. That's why I
kr.. -.v these things so surely. Becanse I have to know them. and there
isn't _ Washing Maehine made that I haven t seen and studied.
Our "1900 Washer" does the work so easy that a child can run it
almnst as well as a strong woman. And. it don't wear the clothes. nor
fray e Iges, norl reak buttons, the way u'A other washing machines do.
It just drive- s* i|_ water clear through the threads of the clothes
like a Force 1'utnp might.
If people only knew how mnch hard work the "1900 Washer" saves
every week. for 10 years,?and hriw much longer their clothes wouid
wear. they would fall over each other trying to buy it.
> sai II. to myself. I'll just do with my "1900 Washer" what I
wanted the man to do with the horse. Only, I won't wait for people to
ask me. I'll offer to do it first, and I'll "make good" the offer every
time. That's how I sold 200.000 Washers.
Let me send you a "1900 Washer" on a full month's free trial! I'll
pay the freight out of my own pocket. And if yoo don't want the
maehine after you've usej it a month. I'll take it back and pay the
freight that way. too. Surely th .rs fair enough. isn't it?
Doesn't it prove that the "1900 Washer" must be all that I say it
is? How could I make anything out of sni b a deal as that, if I hadn't
the finest thing that ever happened. for Washing Clothes.?ihe quickest,
easiest and handiest Washer on Earth. It will save its whole cost in
a few months. in Wear and Tear on clothes alone. And then it wlll
save 50 cents to 75 cents a week over that in Washerwomaa _ wages.
1: you keep the machine. after the months trial. I'll let you pay for it
ont of what it saves vou. If it saves you 60c a week send me 50c a
week. 'till paid for. I'll take that cheerfully. and l'U wait <or my
money until the machine itself earns the balance.
Now. don't be suspicious. I'm making you a simple. straight
forward offer. that you can't risk anything on anyhow. I'm wiiling to
do all the risking myself ! Drop me a line today and let me send you
a book about the "1900 Washer." that washes Clotbes in 6mim_.es.
Or. 111 send the machine on to you. if you say sc. and take all the nsk
myself. Address me this way,?R-F-Bfeber,Gen. Mgr.of "1900 Washer
Co.." ~U Henry St . Uinghamton, N.Y., or355 V'.nge St.. Toronto.
Canada. Don't delay, write me a post card now. while you think of it.
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" EART'S DELIGHT WALTZES'-Latest Musical Success
WHY QLARLES FAILED
CORMER SENATOR QUARLES of Wis
? nsin, who after the expiration of his
tern was appointed by President Roosevelt
as United States District Judge tn his State.
I I a friend why, in his opinion, he had
failed of reelection
"I do not think," he is quoted, "thal I
went to the Senate with the same sort oi feel?
ing that General Sheridan had when he went
into the army. In reply to a question I put
to him after the war. he told me why he had
succeeded. He said that when he was at
West Point he made up his mind that he
would be a little better cadet than his friend
who was next to him When he g< >t his first
>tion, he said he was determined t.. be
a little better officer than the one who was
over him. When he g< >t to be a colonel, he
said he resolved to be a little better colonel
than anv colonel he knew. When he was
made a general. he said to himself that he
would be a little better general than any gen?
eral in his class. And when he got to be
maior-general, he made a similar resolve.
"It is a good rule for a young man. and I
think it will win out everywhere except in the
? . State- Senate. There is so much
talent in that body that a new man must
have a good deal of confidence in himself,
plus some assurance, t<> say t.. himself that
he will be a little better Senator than any
member cf that chamber."
WHAT WILL END WARS
T a recent dinner given by a Democratic
club in Xew-York several of the poli
ticians were discussing the subject of inter?
"It seems t me." said Mayor McClellan,
"ihat The Hague Tribunal is g"ing to prove
a most effective means of putting a stop to
war. and I think our Government is wis<- in
doing all it can t>> persuade the Powers to
adjust their differences by reference t<> that
Court, instead of slaughtering one another
in the old-fashioned way "
"Oh," said "Tim" Suliivan "the Court at
The Hague is all right in its way but it never
will be tne means ..: preventing war. Wars
of course will become obsolete in time: but
it will be due to the fact that the guns are
ing so much bigger all the while thal
eventually a new national debt will be created
every time one is fireLl."
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