This catalog is not dated, but looking at the cars I would guess late 1920s or 30s.
I suppose this was what you would call state of the art for its day.
On page 2 the Ozark Target Bow has screw on tips and a padded leather handle.
Page 4 states the matched tapered arrows are made from the same board and the feathers, which are straight fletched, are mechanically fletched. What exactly is mechanical fletching? Does making all the arrows from the same board really make a difference?
On page 5 they claim your arrows are machine tested at 45 yards and the pattern is sent with your order. I wonder if any other manufacturer did that?
The page 8 Archery Material Kit includes a handle guimp. What the heck is a guimp? Never saw that word before. Turns out one definition is a piece of cloth or material.