National Geographic : 1912 May
A Biscuit, a Brick and a Bottle are at the start of the making of every Wat If you were to visit our factories an see how the raw-materials (crude Para rubber, pure gold, and selected iridium) are washed and dried, melted and cooled, twisted and turned, fitted and tried, through 210 individual operations, you would understand why the finished Waterman's Ideals are mechanically perfect. Still, sim plicity is the key-note of this pen's success; that means, the superior materials and per fected workmanship never lose to weaknesses of complicated parts. Send for book on the story of manufacture; it's interesting. Our dealers everywhere can fit your charac teristic hand or purpose with Waterman's Ideals. Regular, Safety and Self-Filling Types. L. E. Waterman Co., 173 Broadway, New York 1 "M ninteGe gahcIdetfe o. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."