National Geographic : 1912 Feb
THE PEN WITH A GOOD CIRCULATION T HIS is the only Fountain Pen in the world that is made with the Spoon Feed; it is the Waterman's Ideal patent which actuates ink control. The Spoon Feed is made with fissures to convey the ink to the writing point, with a channel for air replacement as the ink is mg used and spoon-shaped pockets to guard against any ex cessive flow caused by the heat of hand or body. The Feed never dries out, so there is always ink to start writing as soon as the point touches paper. The various types of Waterman's Ideals are for individual and im portant purposes, each according to how the pen is used: Regular, Safety, and Self-filling types. All are fitted with the Spoon Feed and have other advantageous features which have made this the standard pen of the world. Sold by Leading Dealers Everywhere To avoidsubstitutes, find Globe trade-mark. Booklet sent on request. L. E. Waterman Co., 173 Broadway, New York 8 School St., Boston 115 South Clark St., Chicago Kingsway, London 17 Stockton St., San Francisco 107 Notre Dame St., W., Montreal 6 Rue de Hanovre, Paris "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."