Harper's Weekly 07/20/1895
The Measure of Progress.
Though it is difficult to make converts to a new
method, if it is an improvement on the old, converts,
once made, cannot be turned back. It is so with the
One as familiar with the Comptometer as with the
old way prefers the Comptometer every time; in fact,
it is so much of an improvement on the old way of add-
ing, multiplying, and dividing, as to be considered a
necessity by those who have once used it. Will pay for
itself over and over in any office.
28-page pamphlet sent on application.
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