. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . Hon. ASBURY FRANCIS LEVERtbe youngest member of Congress, was former] • secre-tary and typewriter for his predecessorfrom South Carolina Improvement the order of the age Highest typewriting possibilitiesavailable only to users of the greatSuccess, The Smith PremierTypewriter. American Success Series in Book Form At the end of this year, the Smith Premier Type-writer Company will publish a handsome bookletcontaining pictures and brief biographies of twelvesuccessful Americans who have profited by their use ofstenography or typewriting. Th
RM2CDDHWW. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . Hon. ASBURY FRANCIS LEVERtbe youngest member of Congress, was former] • secre-tary and typewriter for his predecessorfrom South Carolina Improvement the order of the age Highest typewriting possibilitiesavailable only to users of the greatSuccess, The Smith PremierTypewriter. American Success Series in Book Form At the end of this year, the Smith Premier Type-writer Company will publish a handsome bookletcontaining pictures and brief biographies of twelvesuccessful Americans who have profited by their use ofstenography or typewriting. Th
Scientific American Volume 86 Number 05 (February 1902) (1902)
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 05 (February 1902) . METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING BRIDGE TUNNELS UNDER(THE HUDSON RIVER, AS PROPOSED BY CHARLES M.JACOBS FOR THE PENNSYLVANIA-LONG ISLANDTUNNELS. most difficult problem will be the sinking of the piers;although we see no reason why this should not besatisfactorily and safely accomplished in spite of thevery limited head-room available. The Current Supplement. The current Supplement, No. 1,361, is begun by amost interesting article on Mexico, with eight illus-trations. This is the first article of the series. Inview of the Pan-American Congress w
RM2CPJP9J. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 05 (February 1902) . METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING BRIDGE TUNNELS UNDER(THE HUDSON RIVER, AS PROPOSED BY CHARLES M.JACOBS FOR THE PENNSYLVANIA-LONG ISLANDTUNNELS. most difficult problem will be the sinking of the piers;although we see no reason why this should not besatisfactorily and safely accomplished in spite of thevery limited head-room available. The Current Supplement. The current Supplement, No. 1,361, is begun by amost interesting article on Mexico, with eight illus-trations. This is the first article of the series. Inview of the Pan-American Congress w
Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) (1902)
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902). machine. An evidence of the practicability of the Turner run-about is given in the fact that the original vehicle,constructed four years ago, is still in daily use on thestreets of the Quaker City. Weighing but 400 pounds,it is yet so constructed as to safely carry two passen-gers over ordinary American roads with entire safety,its low running gear (but 20 inches from the ground)obviating the necessity of equipping the vehicle witha step. It has a speed range of from five to twentymiles an hour, while its tanks, with five gallons storagec
RM2CEWBXC. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902). machine. An evidence of the practicability of the Turner run-about is given in the fact that the original vehicle,constructed four years ago, is still in daily use on thestreets of the Quaker City. Weighing but 400 pounds,it is yet so constructed as to safely carry two passen-gers over ordinary American roads with entire safety,its low running gear (but 20 inches from the ground)obviating the necessity of equipping the vehicle witha step. It has a speed range of from five to twentymiles an hour, while its tanks, with five gallons storagec
Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) (1902)
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902). SENSITIVE LABORATORY BALANCE. By N. Monroe Hopkins. This built-up* laboratorybalance will weigh up to one pound and wilt turn with aquarter of a postage stamp. The balance can be madeby any amateur skilled in the use of t«ols, and it willwork as well as a $125 balance. The article is accom-panied by detailed working drawings showing variousstages of the work. This article is contained in Scien-tific American Supplement, No. 11S4. Price 10cents. For sale by Munn & CO.. 361 Broadway, NewYork City, or any bookseller or newsdealer. TOOLS FOR
RM2CEWA3A. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902). SENSITIVE LABORATORY BALANCE. By N. Monroe Hopkins. This built-up* laboratorybalance will weigh up to one pound and wilt turn with aquarter of a postage stamp. The balance can be madeby any amateur skilled in the use of t«ols, and it willwork as well as a $125 balance. The article is accom-panied by detailed working drawings showing variousstages of the work. This article is contained in Scien-tific American Supplement, No. 11S4. Price 10cents. For sale by Munn & CO.. 361 Broadway, NewYork City, or any bookseller or newsdealer. TOOLS FOR
Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) (1902)
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . American Success Series in Book Form At the end of this year, the Smith Premier Type-writer Company will publish a handsome bookletcontaining pictures and brief biographies of twelvesuccessful Americans who have profited by their use ofstenography or typewriting. These books will bemailed free only to persons who send us their namesand addresses, with request for same. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. SyracuseN.Y., V. S.A.. with an or.dinarypen; no press;simply by using our of work I Pen-Carbon Letter Book :Jtli- I Address Dept. 1. l | P
RM2CDDHYM. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 14 (April 1902) . American Success Series in Book Form At the end of this year, the Smith Premier Type-writer Company will publish a handsome bookletcontaining pictures and brief biographies of twelvesuccessful Americans who have profited by their use ofstenography or typewriting. These books will bemailed free only to persons who send us their namesand addresses, with request for same. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. SyracuseN.Y., V. S.A.. with an or.dinarypen; no press;simply by using our of work I Pen-Carbon Letter Book :Jtli- I Address Dept. 1. l | P
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 05 (February 1902) . TRUSCOTT MARINEMOTORS. The rtinipHHi,niosi i>owfilul. ami IligllCHt speed trtiHoline engines of tluir claisw upon tbe marktl* Made single, dyulile, and triplecylinder, both two and foura cycle,ranging from 1 to 49 H. Is.Catalog for the askin§. Triratt Boat Mfg. Co., ST. JOSEPH, MICH. for REAL ESTATE RaqIi VHVll no marter whcre it fs. Send de-scription and cash price and get mywonderfully successful plan. VV. M. OSTRAN-DER, .N»rUi American Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. bicycle] WORLDS RECORD. TRICYCLERUNABOUTAUTOMOBILE4 LAUNCH UNQUESTION
RM2CPJ0FF. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 05 (February 1902) . TRUSCOTT MARINEMOTORS. The rtinipHHi,niosi i>owfilul. ami IligllCHt speed trtiHoline engines of tluir claisw upon tbe marktl* Made single, dyulile, and triplecylinder, both two and foura cycle,ranging from 1 to 49 H. Is.Catalog for the askin§. Triratt Boat Mfg. Co., ST. JOSEPH, MICH. for REAL ESTATE RaqIi VHVll no marter whcre it fs. Send de-scription and cash price and get mywonderfully successful plan. VV. M. OSTRAN-DER, .N»rUi American Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. bicycle] WORLDS RECORD. TRICYCLERUNABOUTAUTOMOBILE4 LAUNCH UNQUESTION
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. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902). ) I  HOLD^NREAL ESTATE TRUST BLDG PHILA..PA. RegES ice machines AMERICAN StPT.2. 1899.. EIGHTOLLARS AND NINETY-FIVE CENTS ItuyH tbe celebrated, bl*rb prede,new 1908Model EOGEMERE BICYCLE, 28.inch wheel, any height frame, high grade equipment,including hl^h grade gnaraoteed pocumallc tires, adjustablehandle bars, fine leather covered grips, padded saddle, tine ballbearing pedals, nickel trimmings, beautifully finished through*oat, any color enamel. Strongest Guarantee.3IQ.95 for tne celebrated 1902 Kenwood Bicycle.S12.75 forthecelebrated 1
RM2CEW69M. Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902). ) I HOLD^NREAL ESTATE TRUST BLDG PHILA..PA. RegES ice machines AMERICAN StPT.2. 1899.. EIGHTOLLARS AND NINETY-FIVE CENTS ItuyH tbe celebrated, bl*rb prede,new 1908Model EOGEMERE BICYCLE, 28.inch wheel, any height frame, high grade equipment,including hl^h grade gnaraoteed pocumallc tires, adjustablehandle bars, fine leather covered grips, padded saddle, tine ballbearing pedals, nickel trimmings, beautifully finished through*oat, any color enamel. Strongest Guarantee.3IQ.95 for tne celebrated 1902 Kenwood Bicycle.S12.75 forthecelebrated 1