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A National
Guaranteed
Total -Adding
Cash Register
for $75 *
Some of the things our
registers will do.
i"v<ry transaction • -ofawykind
—that means money m or money
«>;t— :s recorded absolute:;.- <-.r.l
I ..i illy.
At the end of the day you ]"«■
rrn rime. Instantly, the machine
s!i'>ws you :
— . '-.:st how much business was
<!->n<\
— 2 how many customers,
— .5 how many times [he cash
drawer was opened,
— ; 'Jicrrasort why it was opened
each time.
— 5 >.h>p\vs whither it wasa cash
— G "r a charge sale,
— 7 money received <m account,
— H or money paid out on account,
—;i or whether the drawer w.is
opened to make change,
— Hi showstheamountputineach
time the drawer was opened,
— ! 1 or the a:n"'.mt taken out,
— 11' «hows how much ought :ol>«.
in the drawer,
— 13 how much you owe,
— 14 how much is owed 0 you,
— 15 the whole days business
balanced read for you to
X.. home.
This big, handsome register, total ;
adding capacity, /f* W^
$99,999.99 JK /ij
Your., forever, for *f* • *■*
Does most of your Bookkeeping
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SUNDAY MAGAZINE FOR APRIL 4. 1909
A Better Cash Register
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No matter u.'/tat :h<.- price — our guarantee :s :
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than ar.y other concern :n the world.
No matter what method you are >:-i::>i >w,
:r-.!n^ to keep track i f your buvint-'-. and to
keep your money safe— we guarantee to give you
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other method.
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before you make any decision —
Get our catalog and terms
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trying :o keep
track of your

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Optimism — With a String
I an going to publish an article on Optimism. We hcpe
it will be in our next number. But mass . :i as ;t s
being written by a real optimist.- who hasn't r'nishec i:
at this moment,- perhaps it will not be ready in time
for next week Wherefore, it isn't wise to -. y brilliant
■$wk vv
BIS
and " "
beli< " n rval
to pin it
. . .1 \'oax ■■ - • • • ■ ■
the i nd, and ; < : I " ■
the date.
FJROPOSIXG AS A FINE ART"
p< ssimism, ant] of . < wtrse ov< r a
is written by Edith La» M
n who started I
' an ■
■■;'• ■ • •
■ . .■ . ft of satire <
first an '■ .
TPHERE are in X- w York ril
!!- i -- ws. mai ' • ng to 1
• taii'l out ....
■ the ■■:•! v. ■ •
turn • Mas Mai i
■ inti -' sting 1
mmonl ailed 1
• !< >fty }■< ■
instincts. It is 1 I t tan 1
A S'l'Ri ) the S. ci is •. • .
•■ i dram vp >n his »i uh
of "Van Asten's Visitor." He em]
things c B thew;
try to del
ult.
rr TT l H ERE is no life so hard, so ex;
traveling showman. Emmet C. X i
"Mary fane's Pa." has written a tale, >4 TI - I ■
roili, ;, carefully hid
effort to conceal it. You know, perhaps, that there « i
practically theit whole Kvcs to appearing in "Ut
are known as "Tommers." Their regular salary is "I
meaning that they get fifteen dollars a week and tl
is about an ambitious actor who wanted to i s
THE SILENT BARRIER' 1 leads up to a
old guide Stampa go op the mountain togetb
impending tragedy with thost t\\" .w»>n'.-.

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