The Dewey's "Perfect" Fountain Pen has recently entered my employ, and after one month's trial I find it well named,—perfect. I had tried various styles of fountain pens, but not until I got "Dewey's Perfect Fountain Pen" did I find one that meets the demand in every respect. To write with this pen is indeed a pleasure, it never fails to make its mark; and the construction is such there is no joint through which the ink can leak and stain the fingers. Manufactured by A.A. Waterman & Co., Boston, Mass.
Pleasant View, Concord, N.H., February 3, 1900.
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