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Leahy, R. B.; Doolittle, G. M., 1846-1918 (ed.) / The progressive bee-keeper
Vol. VII, No. 9 (Sep. 1, 1897)

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The Stipx
fl Thvpewitr.
- The Simplest Thing in the World.
The only really practical cheap typewriter ever put on the market.
Is Rapid and Does Good Work. Is Easy to Operate. Is Handsome. Can be
Carried in the Coat Pocket.
.,  PRICE $2.50.
THE LATEST OF THE BEST TYPEWRITERS. THE CLIMAX OF IMPROVEMENTS. THE
MINIMUM OF PRICE. DESTINED TO REVOLUTIONIZE WRITING, ASTHE SEW-
ING-MACHINE REVOLUTIONIZED SE WING.
The "SIMPLEX" is the product of experienced typewriter manufacturers, and is a
PRACTICAL TYPEWRITER in every sense of the word, and AS SUCH, WE GUARANTEE
IT.
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LAWYERS find them indispensale. MERCIHANTS acknowledge their great value. CLER-
GYMEN write their sermons with them. AUTHORS their manuscripts. Letters written
with the "SIMPLEX" are legible and neat, and at the rate of FORTY WORIDS PER MINUTE.
Foa BoYS AND GTRLS.-The "SIMPLEX" will be hailed with delight by BOYS AND
IllLS. I will improve their spelling, and teach proper punctuation. It will encourage
neatness al accurney. It will print in atny colored ink, violet red, green, blue or black,
It w% ill PRINT A LINE EIGHT INCIES LONG, and admit any size letter paper. The print-
itwg is always i n sight. A USEFUL, iNSTRUCTIVE AND ENTERTAINING NOVELTY, AT
THE pRICE OF A TOY.
Nothing is of greater importance than correct forms of correspondence, The "SIMPLEX
cottuages practice, and practice makes perfect. Writing with this machine will be Such
jolly fun for your boys and girls that they will write letters by the dozen. This may cost
you something for postage stamps, but the improvement in their correspondence will repay
youi
EXTRA POINTS,
The alignnient of the 'Simplex" is equal to the very highest priced machine.
It is positive in action, ttld each letter is locked L by anl autin1 Ltic m te tictnt when tit
stroke is made.
It has no ribbon to soil thefingers.
The "Simplex' is mounted on a hard-wood base, and put up in a handsome box, with
bottle of ink, and full instructions for using.
" I think the 'SimpFlex' is adandy."-D. L. Tracy, Den ver, Colo.
"The 'Simplex' isa good typewriter, and I take pleasure in recommending it as such."-
11. F. Hishop, Morsey, Mo.
"I received t lie typewriter one hour ago. You can judge my progress by this letter. It
much better than I expected, and with practice I think I will be able to write very fast
with it."  E. T. Flanagan, Belleville, Ill.
Ilrice of Machine, $2.30.  By mail, 25c extra for postage.
LEAHY MANUFACTJ.RING COMPANY, HIGGHISVILLE, MO
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