National Geographic : 1912 Sep
Grinding!! , .. the way ..---- to the unprecedented success of Wat ans Grinding goldde points on graded copper wheel. Grinding down the pen points is one of the most important processes in the making of fountain pens. It is right here that their future success and utility are assured-or vice versa. Our skilled operators finish the writing points of over a million and a half gold pens a year, every one of which is an unqualified and unequaled success. Pens that are made to suit the requirements of a whole world of fountain-pen users. Some of the points are ground fine and stiff; others broad and flexible. Some used by the swiftest Court Stenographers; others by young Chinese students in their native institutions. Whatever your pen requirements may be, you can get them in a Waterman's Ideal, and get them right and lasting. We guarantee, through every dealer, everywhere, to suit you. Buy the Genuine. Regular, Safety, Self-Filling. L. E. Waterman Company, 173 Broadway, N. Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."