Image from page 204 of "Penman's Art Journal" (1909)
Title: Penman's Art Journal
Publisher: National Penmanship Press
Contributing Library: The University of Scranton Weinberg Memorial Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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Ornamental Signatures (reading from the tcp down)—By H. A. Howard, Rockland, Me.; O. J. Hanson, Grand Forks, X. D.; Charles F. Zulauf, Scranton, Pa.; C. B. Adkins, Xevv York City. What is it, madam? asked the man behind the desk ina servants registry office. I want a cook, explained the lady, and I want herbad. Quite simple, madam, the clerk assured her. Wehave no other kind. The Celebrated Madarasz Stick India Ink The only ink which gives a pitchy black line. One sticklasts a lifetime. Used universally by the talent. Cannot bepurchased elsewhere. Jumbo No. i, extra quality $4.00 Jumbo No. 2, smaller size 3.00 Gilt Edge No. i, finest 3.00 Gilt Edge No. 2, smaller size 2 00 Special, oval size 1.25 Sent postpaid on receipt of price. Order to-day.PENMANS ART JOURNAL, 229 Broadway, New York.
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Movement Drill—By Russell Berg, pupil of Josephine A.McMillan. Dickinson, N. D.. High School. TURNING THE TABLES He was a terribly short man, but he knew a real livebusiness woman when he saw her. She was applying for asituation as confidential clerk and typist, and lie turned uponher a rapid fire of questions: Talk slang? X-. sir. Know how to spell cat and dog correctly? Yes, sir. Lse the telephone every other minute? No, sir. Usually tell everybody in the office how much the firmowes and all the rest of the private business you learn? No, sir. He was thinking of something else to ask her when shetook a hand in the matter and put a few queries. Smoke cigars when youre dictating Why—er—no! he gasped, in astonishment. Slam things about when business is bad? No.Think you know enough about grammar and punctuationto appreciate a good typist when you get one? I—I think so. Want me to go to work, or is vour time worth so littlethat He interrupted her enthusiastically: Kindly hang up
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