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Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Co.of Providence, R.I. manufacturer of Fine Machinery, Tools of Precision; The Gordon & Maxwell Co. of Hamilton,
Ohio manufacturer of Steam Driven Pumps and Water Works Machinery; The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co. of Stamford, Conn. manufacturer of Steam Driven
Self-Propelled or Locomotive Cranes; Lodge, Davis & Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Shapers & Drills; Gould & Eberhardt of
Newark, New Jersey manufacturer of Shapers, Gear Cutters and other Special Machinery; E.E. Garvin & Co. of New York, NY. manufacturer of Machinists'
Tools, Including Milling Machines, Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, ect.; The Pratt & Whitney Co. of Hartford Connecticut manufacturer of Precision Machinist
Tools and Special Machinery; The Billings & Spencer Co. of Hartford, CT. manufacturer of Lathe Dogs & other Drop Forgings; Warner & Swasey Machine
Tools of Cleveland, Ohio manufacturer of Engine, Spinning Lathes and other Special Machinery; Pond Machine Tool Co.(Successors to David W. Pond)
of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Radial Drills, Planers, ect.; Geo. W. Fifield of Lowell, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes; Hartford
Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Geo. B. Grant of Boston, Mass. maker of Gear Wheels and Gear Cutting; W.P. Davis of
Bloomfield, NY. manufacturer of Key Seating Machines & Drills; The G. A. Gray Co. of Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of 17" & 20" Lathes; Pratt &
Letchworth Proprietors of Buffalo Steel Foundry of Buffalo, N.Y. offering Steel Castings; Stiles & Parker Press Co. of Middletown, Conn. manufacturer of
Punching Presses, Dies, Drop Hammers, Drop Forgings and other Tools for the Manufacture of all kinds of Sheet Metal Goods; J.M. Carpenter of
Pawtucket, R.I. manufacturer of Taps & Dies; WM Sellers & Co., Inc. of Philadelphia, PA. manufacturer of High Speed Power Traveling Cranes; The
Long & Allstatter Co. of Hamilton, Ohio manufacturer of Double, Single, Angle-bar, Gang, Horizontal, Twin, Boiler, Spacing, Gate, Multiple, Belt and
Steam-Driven Punches & Shears also Power Cushioned Hammers; Russell & Co. of Massillon, Ohio builders of Automatic Engines, Boilers, ect.(Complete
Power Plants Furnished); J.E. Lonergan & Co. of Philadelphia, PA. manufacturer of Patent Oilers; R.A. Beldon Co. of Danbury, Conn. manufacturer of
Power Hammers; Castle Engine Works of Indianapolis, Ind. manufacturer of The Castle Steam Engine; The Muller Machine Tool Co. of Cincinnati, O.
manufacturer of 17" Engine Lathes; H. Bickford of Lake Village, N.H. manufacturer of Boring & Turning Mills; L.S. Starrett of Athol, Mass. manufacturer of
Fine Machinist Tools; Osgood Dredge Co. of Albany, New York manufacturer of Dredges, Excavators, Ditching Machines, Derricks, ect.; The Newark
Machine Tool Works of Newark, N.J. manufacturer of Planners, Lathes, Slotters, Boring Machines, Presses, ect.; Bement, Miles & Co. of Philadelphia, PA.
builders of Metal-Working Machine Tools for Railroad Shops, Locomotive & Car Builders, Machine Shops, Rolling Mills, Steam Forges, Ship Yards,
Boiler Shops, Bridge Works, ect.; Detrick & Harvey Manufacturers of Baltimore, Md. manufacturer of Corliss Engines; Chester Steel Castings Co. of
Chester, PA.; The Phosphor Bronze Smelting Co., Limited of Philadelphia, Pa. Original Manufacturers of Phosphor Bronze & Owners of the U.S. Patent;
Tallman & McFadden of Philadelphia, Pa. manufacturer of Milling Machines, Planners, Drills, ect.; The John T. Noye Mfg. Co. of Buffalo, N.Y.
manufacturer of Rice Automatic Cut-Off Engines (Gold Medal Winner Cincinnati Exposition, 1884); Shipman Engine Co. of Boston, Mass. manufacturer
of Oil Engines for Printers, Steam Yachts, pumping water, sawing wood, ect; The Skinner Engine Co. of Erie, PA. manufacturer of Portable & Stationary
Engines & Boilers; Korting Gas Engine Co., LD. of New York, N.Y. manufacturer of Korting Gas Engines; William Tod & Co. of Youngstown, Ohio
manufacturer of Porter-Hamilton Engines; S.L. Holt & Co. of Boston, Mass offering Portable & Stationary Steam Engines & Boilers, Steam Power
Drainage Pumps, Saw Mills, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers and Belting; Kensington Engine Works, Limited of Philadelphia< Pa. manufacturer of the Tangye
Buckeye Automatic Cut-Off Engines; Albany Steam Trap Co. of Albany, NY manufacturer of Blessing's Water Circulator & Purifier; Frick Company
Builders of Waynesboro, Pa. manufacturer of Eclipse Corliss Engines; The "Otto" gas Engine Works - Schleicher, Schumm & Co. of Philadelphia, PA. &
Chicago, Ill. manufacturer of Otto Gas Engines; The Armstrong Mfg. Co. of Bridgeport, Conn manufacturer of Water, Gas & Steam Fitters' Tools; James
Brandon Co. of New York, N.Y. manufacturer of Brandon's Piston Ring Packing; E.P. Bullard of New York, NY manufacturer of Machine Tools; The Watts,
Campbell Co. of Newark, NJ manufacturer of Improved Corliss Steam Engines; The Hewes & Phillips Iron Works of Newark, N.J. manufacturer of Improved
Corliss Engines, Tubular Boilers; The Fishkill Landing Machine Co. of New York, New York manufacturer of The Improved Fishkill Corliss Engines; Robert
Whitehill of Newburgh, NY manufacturer of the Improved Corliss Engine, Slide Valve Engines, Stationary Boilers, General Machinery and Brass & Iron
Castings; Stearns M'F'G. Company of Erie, Pa. manufacturer of Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills and General Machinery; John McLaren of Hoboken, N.J.
builder of Corliss Engines, Air Compressors and Boilers; Hill, Clarke & Co. of Boston, Mass. sellers of Iron-Working Machinery; Adams & Richards Machine
Co. of New Brunswick, N.J. manufacturer of Fuel, Crude Petroleum or Kerosene Engines; The Babcock & Wilcox Co. of New York, NY manufacturer of
Water-Tube Boilers; Bridgeport Boiler Works of Bridgeport, Conn. manufacturer of The Lowe Boiler; WM T. Bate & Son of Conshohocken, Penn. sole
manufacturer of the Bate Steam Generator; The Wainwright M'F'G. Company of Boston, Mass. manufacturer of Corrugated Tube Exhaust Feed-Water
Heaters; Fossil Meal Co. of New York manufacturer of Meal Composition Non-Conducting Covering for Steam Pipe & Boilers; Gesswein Machine Co. of
New York manufacturer of Positive Pressure or Blast Blowers; Palmer, Cunningham & Co., L'd. of Philadelphia, Penn. manufacturer of Tools for
Mechanics including Chucks, Drills, Reamers, Screw-Plates, Railroad Supplies, ect.; Evansville Spar Mining Co. of Evansville, Ind. Producers of Flour
Spar Foundry Flux; Universal Radial Drill Co. of Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of Radial Drilling Machines; Hilles & Jones of Wilmington, Del. manufacturer
of Horizontal Flange Punches; Jenkins Bros. of New York manufacturer of The Original Unvulcanized Packing; Westcott Chuck Co. of Oneida, N.Y.
manufacturer of Lathe & Drill Chucks; Pond Engineering Co. of St. Louis, MO. manufacturer of Steam Boilers; The E. Horton & Son Co. of Windsor Locks,
Conn. manufacturer of the Horton Lathe Chuck; Watson & Stillman of New York manufacturer of Hydrostatic Machinery, Presses, Pumps, Punches,
Accumulators, Jacks, Valves, Fittings, Vault Elevators, ect.; Hoggson & Pettis M'F'G. Co. of New Haven, CT. manufacturer of The Sweetland Chuck; T.R.
Almond of Brooklyn, N.Y. manufacturer of the Almond Drill Chuck; Worcester Machine Screw Co. of Worcestor, Mass. manufacturer of Set, Cap &
Machine Screws, Studs, ect.; The Cushman Chuck Co. of Hartford, Conn. manufacturer of "Cushman" Chucks; Coffin & Leighton of Syracuse, N.Y.
manufacturer of Machinists' Scales; Sterling Emery Wheel Co. of West Sterling, Mass. manufacturer of the Sterling Patent Emery Wheel; Standard Tool
Co. of Athol, Mass. manufacturer of Fine Machinists' Tools; Buffalo Forge Co. of Buffalo, N.Y. manufacturer of Buffalo Cupola & Forge Blowers; I.P.
Richards of Providence, R.I. manufacturer of Punches and Dies; The National Pipe Bending Co. of New Haven, Conn. offering Coils & Bends of Iron,
Brass and Copper; John S. leng of New York manufacturer of Weldless Cold Drawn Steel Tubes & Quick Opening Gate Valves; Pedrick & Ayer of
Philadephia, Pa. manufacturer of Cylinder Boring & Facing Machines; Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company of New Bedford, Mass. manufacturer of
Solid & Shell Reamers, Beach's Patent Self-Centering Chuck, Bit Stock Drills, Drill Grinding Machines, Mill Cutters and Special Tools; Simonds
Rolling-Machine Co. of Fitchburg, Mass. manufacturer of Steel Balls for Anti-Friction Bearings; VanDuzen & Tift of Cincinnati, Ohio makers of Complete
Steam Pumps; Rollstone Machine Co. of Fitchburg, Mass. manufacturer of Wood - Working Machinery for Chair, Furniture & Cabinet Factories, Box
Shops, Planing Mills, Pattern Makers' Use, ect.; S. Elliot of Newton, Mass. manufacturer of Drill Presses, Tap Drill Guages & Special Machinery Tools;
F.E. Reed of Worcestor, Mass. manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Hand Lathes, Foot Lathes, Upright Drills & Milling Machines; S. Ashton Hand Mfg. Co. of
Toughkenamon, Pa. manufacturer of Engine Lathes; Boynton & Plummer of Worcestor, Mass. manufacturer of Shaping Machines for Hand & Power;
Bickford Drill Co. of Cincinnati, O. manufacturer of Upright Drills; Springfield Glue & Emery Wheel Co. of Springfield, Mass. manufacturer of Emery &
Curundum Wheels, Emery Wheel machinery and Flint Papers; Pancoast & Maule of Phil., Pa. makers of Improved Steam Glue Heaters; Jos. Dixon
Crucible Co. of Jersey City, N.J. manufacturer of Dixon's Silica Graphite Boiler-Front & Smoke Stack Paint; New Haven Manf'g Co. of new Haven, Conn.
manufacturer of Iron-Working Machinery; L.W. Pond Machine Co. of Worcestor, Mas. manufacturer of Iron Working Machinery; J. Wyke & Co. of E.Boston,
Mass. manufacturer of Fine Machinists' Tools; Cary & Moen of New York City manufacturer of Steel Wire & Springs; William Barker & Co. of Cincinnati, O.
manufacturer of Iron & brass Working Machinery; Toledo Machine & Tool Co. of Toledo, Ohio manufacturer of Presses, Dies & Special Machinery; D.
Sounders' Sons of Yonkers, N.Y. manufacturer of Steam & Gas Fitters hand Tools; Acme Machinery Co. of Cleveland, O. manufacturer of "ACME" Single
& Double Automatic Boltcutters; Stow Manfg. Co. of Binghampton, N.Y. manufacturer of Flexible Shafts, Reaming Machines, Portable Drills & flexible
Boring Machines; John Steptoe & Co. of Cin., Ohio manufacturer of Engine Lathes, Iron Planers, Shapers & Drills; The Hoppes Mfg. Co. of Springfield,
O. manufacturer of Live Steam Feed-Water Heater & Lime Extractors; Energy MFG. Co. of Phil., Pa. manufacturer of Drill Guides & Steady Rests; Eagle
Anvil Works of Trenton, N.J. manufacturer of the Fisher Double Screw Leg Vise & the Eagle Anvil; Charles Murray of New York Engraver of Wood; S.W.
Goodyear of Waterbury, CT. manufacturer of Machinery for Reducing & Pointing Wire; The Laidlaw & Dunn Co. of Cin., Ohio manufacturer of Pumping
Machinery; Chas. A. Strelinger & Co. of Detroit, Mich. manufacturer of Fine Tools; Powell Planer Co. of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Iron Planers; P.
Blaisdell & Co. of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Machinists' Tools; Curtis & Curtis (Successors to Forbes & Curtis) of Bridgeport, Ct. manufacturer of the
Forbes Pat. Die Stock, Pipe Cutting & Threading Machinery; Brehmer Bros. of Phil., PA. manufacturer of Bevel Gears; The Mason Regulator Co. of
Boston manufacturer of Reducing Valves; Niagara Stamping of Buffalo, N.Y. makers of Presses, Dies and Special Machinery; Consolidated Machine &
Tool Works of Hastings, mich. & Chicago, Ill. manufacturer of Presses, Dies and Canning Machinery; Bradley & Co. of Syracuse, N.Y. manufacturer of
Cushioned Hammers, Heating Forges, ect.; The Deane Steam Pump Co. of Holyoke, Mass. manufacturer of Water Works Engines & Steam Pumping
Machinery; The Hendey Machine Co. of Torrington, Conn. manufacturer of Lathes; Miller, Metcalf & Parkin, Crescent Steel Works of Pittsburgh, PA.
suppliers of Die Steel in Bars or Blocks; Tower & Lyon (Successors to Melvin Stephens) of New York manufacturer of Stephens Vises; Sebatian, May & Co.
of Cin., O. manufacturer of Foot & Power Lathes, Drill Presses, Shapers, Band, Circular & Scroll Saws, Tools & Supplies; John W. Hudson- Madison
Manufacturing Co. of Madison, Wis.; Guild & Garrison of Brooklyn, N.Y. manufacturer of Steam, Vacuum and Filter Press Pumps & Air Compressors;
Montgomery & Co. of New York manufacturer of Tools, Supp;ies & Machinery; W.C. Young & Co. of Worcester, Mass. manufacturer of Engine, Hand &
Foot Lathes; Chas. F. baker of Minneapolis, Minn. manufacturer of Common Sense Oil Filters; Thos. H. Dallett & Co. of Phila., Pa. manufacturer of
Patent Portable, Hand, Boiler-Shell & Multiple Drills; The Tanite Company of Stroudsburg, PA. manufacturer of Tanite Emery Wheels & grinding
Machines; Cooke & Co. of New York manf'r. of The Binghampton Water Motor; U. Baird Machinery Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. manuf'r of Machinists', Pattern
Makers' & Boiler Makers' Tools and Supplies; John Wiley & Sons of N.Y. Publishers of Industrial and Scientific Works; Beecher & Peck of New Haven, Ct.
manufacturer of Peck's Pat. Drop Press & Drop Forgings of Iron & Steel; Muller Machine Tool Co. of Cincinnati, O. manuf'r of Engine Lathes, Planers,
Shapers & Drill Presses; Betts Machine Company of Wilmington, Del. Builder of Drills & Metal Working Machine Tools; Knowles Steam Pump Works of
N.Y. & Boston manf'r of Improved Pumping Machinery; Niagar Machine & Tool Works of Buffalo New York builders of Presses, Shears & other Special
Mach.; Chas. Parker Co. of Meriden, Ct. manufacturer of Guns, Gun Parts, Vises, Tools, ect.; J.H. Williams & Co. of Brooklyn, N.Y. makers of Wrenches,
Tools and other Quality Drop Forgings; Gage Machine Works of Waterford, N.Y. Manuf'r of Fox Turret & speed Lathes and Brass Finishers' Tools; E.W.
Bliss Co. of Brooklyn, New York World's Largest Manufacter of Presses, Dies, Shears, Mills,Canning Equipment and other Special Tools; Nicholson File
Co. of Providence, R.I. manuf'r of Files & Rasps; Nathan Manufacturing Co. of New York manuf'r of "Gresham" Patent Automatic Re-Starting Injector;
Cleveland Twist Drill Co. of Cleveland, O. manuf'r of Drills & Reamers; National Pulley Covering Co. of Baltimore, Md. manuf'r of Friction Pulley Covers;
Fitchburg Machine Works of Fitchburg, Mass. manuf'r of Metal Working Machines; Henry Carey Baird & Co. of Phil., Pa. Industial Publishers, Booksellers &
Importers; Volney W. Mason & Co. of Providence, R.I. manuf'r of Friction Pulleys, Clutches & Elevators; P.H. & F.M. Roots of Connersville, Ind. manuf'r of
Force Blast Rotary Blowers for Foundries, Smith Shops, Pneumatic Tubes, Ventilation, ect.; Beaudry & Co.(formerly of Beaudry's Upright Power Hammer)
of Boston, mass. manuf'r of Presses, Shears, Punches & Hard Coal Heating Forges; C.F. Richardson of Athol, Mass. manuf'r of Nickel Plated Pocket
Levels; Henderson Bros. of Waterbury, CT. manuf'r of Exhaust Tumbling Barrels; C.W. LeCount of South Norwalk, Conn. manuf'r of Lathe Dogs & other
Drop Forgings; Park Mfg. Co. of Boston manuf'r of Injectors, Ejectors & Jet Apparatus; T. Shriver & Co.'s Iron Foundry of N.Y.; The Volker & Felthousen
M'F'G. Co. of Buffalo, N.Y. manuf'r of Steam Pumps; Pulsometer Steam Pump Co. of N.Y. manuf'r of Steam Pumps; Hall Steam Pump Co. of N.Y.
builders of Steam Pumps; Jas. Hunter & son of North Adams, Mass. manuf'r of Clutch Pulleys & Cutt-Off Couplings; Union Stone Co. of Boston manuf'r of
Emery Wheels, Grinding Mach., Polishing & Plating Goods and Tools; Edwards Meeks of Phil. - Publisher; Gage Tool Co. of Vineland, N.J. manuf'r of
Planes & Hand Tools; Henry R. Worthington of N.Y. manuf'r of Independent Condensers; Niles Tool Works of Hamilton, Ohio manuf'r of Machine Tools;
Buckeye Engine Co. of Salem, Ohio manuf'r of engines; The Garvin Machine Co. of N.Y. manuf'r of Machines & Machine Tools; Manning, Maxwell &
Moore of N.Y. manuf'r of Railway and Machinists' Tools & Supplies; Lexington Gear Works of Lex., Mass. makers of Gears; M.C. Bullock of Chicago, Ill.
manuf'r of Bullock-Corliss Engines, Diamond Drills for Prospecting, Band Friction Hoists & Mining Mach.; The Lane & Bodley Co. of Cin., Ohio manuf'r of
Corliss Engines; G.S. Woolman of New York manuf'r of Drawing Instuments; The D. Frisbie Co. of N.Y. manuf'r of Frisbie Friction Pulleys & Clutches; The
Ball & Wood Co. of Elizabeth, N.J. manuf'r of Ball Automatic Cut-Off Engines; Lackawanna Lubricating Co. of Scranton, PA. manuf'r of Grease Cups;
The De Lamater Iron Works of N.Y. manuf'r of General Machinery; Henry Warden Manufacturer of Phil., PA. manuf'r of Atkinson Cycle Gas Engines; The
Hilles & Jones Co. of Wilmington, Del. manuf'r of Machine Tools; Bement, Miles & Co. of Phil., Pa. manuf'r of Metal-Working Mach. Tools; William
Sellers & Co. of Phil., Pa. manuf'r of Machine Tolls for Working Iron & Steel; The New Process Raw Hide Co. of Syracuse, N.Y manuf'r of Raw Hide Gears;
Southwark Foundry & Machine Co. of Phil., Penn. manuf'r of Boileers, Steam Hammers, Blowing & Reversing Engines, Centrifugal Pumps, Steam Pumps
& Heavy Castings; The Norton & Jones Machine Tool Works of Plainville, Conn. manuf'r of Machine Tools & Special machinery; The Champion Blower
& Forge Co. of Lancaster, Pa.; J.D. wright & Sons of Brooklyn, N.Y.; The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. of Cincinnati, O.; N.P. Bowsher of South Bend,
Ind.; J.E. snyder of Worcester, Mass.; Edison General Electric Company; American Gas Furnace Co. of N.Y.; Landis Bros. of Waynesboro, Pa.; Trump
Bros. Machine Co. of Wilmington, Delaware; R.D. Nuttall & Co. of Allegheny, PA.; Giant Key-Seater Co. of East Saginaw, Mich.; Light Drill Presses of
Hartford, Conn.; J.E. Lonergan & Co. of Phila., Pa.; Harrison Safety Boiler Works of Phil., Pa.; T.M. Foote Regulator Co. of Boston; Adriance Machine
Works of Brooklyn, N.Y. manuf'r of Gang Slitters, Automatic Screw Machines and Double Seamers; Samuel C. Rogers & Co. of Buffalo; Alfred Box & Co.
of Phila., Pa.; Van Duzen Gas & Gasoline Engine Co. of Cincinnati, O.; Capitol Mfg. Co. of Chicago; M.T. Davidson of Brooklyn, N.Y.; The States
Machine Co. of Newark, N.J.; L. & R. Wister & Co. of Phila., PA.; John Royle & Sons of Paterson, N.J.; Penberthy Injector Co. of Detroit, Mich.; A.J.
Wilkinson & Co. of Boston; William Jessop & Sons, L'd. of Sheffield, England; Crescent Steel Co. of pittsburgh, Pa.; .

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4, 5 and 6 Foot i fl f all
Plain Radial Drill
This machine is equip with many l J mt Tait}- Lag
time and labor-saving features. - 3 "
Among them are an Air Column
Binder operated by a lever on the g pi. lil_
head, a Cutting Lubricant Outfit , . p ”ff“
and an adjustable speed motor with ,. 7 ‘ . 2
a small, Form RC motor attached ‘ l g A .. 7
for regulating the speed with a push ‘
button mounted on the head.

Cincinnati Bickford tool Co.
Oakley, Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A.
Founded 1874
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7:7 A “I ii This machine is furnished with or without a Tapping
i "i i Attachment; with a Speed Box, Variable Speed Motor
l i or Speed Box and Variable Speed Motor Drive; and with
F; l i a Round, Square, Independent Compound or Attached
lg: , . Compound Table.
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Cover Page        American Machinist Magazine        Jan 5, 1922.

Examples indicating work-
-e        ing range and character of work covered by the two sizes
i~•        _        24or36
•        I        of the "Flat Turret" Lathes.
LEL1 +        _L        I~
ANnErr a co., M.Y.
The "Flat Turret" Lathe
Is the Lathe of Greatest Utility
Its wide range of usefulness is accounted for by the fact that
+ it is equipped with tools that make it capable of handling bar and chuck work of any style,
shape or size within its working dimensions.
It is thus ready at all times to handle an infinite variety of work without any extra tools or
devices of any kind.
It gives you absolute control of tools and work—insuring durability to the tools and fine finish
and accuracy to the work.
Its adaptability enables you to keep it in constant use so that it is always working for you.
Its use in the production of duplicate parts will save you at least 50 per cent., and in many
cases, 8o per cent., of the cost by any other method.
If you doubt it, ask us to prove it.

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October i3, 1906.        AMERICANMACHINIST
The "Flat Turret" Lathe
Is the Lathe of Greatest Profit
v
The simple reason for this is, that it is the fastest and most accurate producer of duplicate
parts, and consequently the greatest reducer of operating expenses.
It would not be so far superior to others, but for the fact that it alone is a "Flat Turret" lathe; it
alone has a cross-feed head; it alone has double stops for each position of the turret; it alone
is a single drive turret lathe; it is the only turret lathe in which all feeds and speeds are
instantly obtainable ; and it has many other patented features that no other lathe can ever
have.
We are willing to take your own work and prove, in your own shop, that it would be advisable
for you to install a "Flat Turret" even if you have to throw away other lathes to make room for
it.
Will you let us try this at our own expense 9
Jones & Lamson Machine Company
Springfield, Vt., U. S. A., and 97 Queen Victoria St., London, E. C.
Germany. Holland. Belgium. Switzerland and Austria-Hungary : M. Koyemann,
Charlottenstrasse. 112. Dusseldorf, Germany.
France and Spain : Ph. Bonvillain & E. Ronceray, 9 & 11, Rue des envierges, Paris. Italy :
Adler & Eisenschitz, Milan.        4

October t8. 1906.        AMERICAN -1I mACHINIST        15
Size No. 4 Horizontal Spindle
Pao ~G~p~        Drilling,
C>        5Q        Boring,
\~        Tapping        and Milling
Machine. 1,,
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Beaman-Smith-Springfield-Machine-tool-Cabinet-Turret-Lathe
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The Beaman & Smith CoCabinet Turret Lathe.., • • • Providence, R. I.
England: Chas. Churchill , Co., London. France: Fenwick Freres & Co., Paris. Germany: Ludw.
Loewe & Co., Berlin.
You Can Cut Left-Hand Threads With Right-Hand Leaders
On Our 18" Cabinet Turret Lathe.
This is a time-saving feature which does away with the
cost and annoyance of having left-hand sets of hobs and
leaders.        Brass        workers will find the
Turret        Head's        Clutch        mechanism
—        •        muc h        quicker        and
       easier        to        handle than
       the        old        style.        One
       slight backward move-
       
       ment        of        the        blade
       loosens the turret        and
°        withdraws the locking
       pin.        A forward move-
       ment revolves the tur-
       ret        for        the        next        tool
       and        also        locks        and
The Springfield        tightens it.        Both these
       operations can be per-
Machine        Tool Co.,.        ormed        instantly        with
       hand.
~        one
Springfield,        Ohio, U. S. A.        You want        this        ma-
       c hi ne— get        Circular
Ing. Vaghi, Accornero & Co., Agents for Italy.        No. 105.
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October 18, 1906.        AMERICAN IIACIdINI`'!'        9
THE-BATH-GRINDER-COMPANY-Fitchburg-Mass
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0        Fosdick        drills and give a        much        wider range        than        
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©        Germany.        Messrs.        R.        S.        Stokvis & Zonen.        
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Built in three Sizes.


Some Bath
Universal Grinder
Features are:
Wide belts, rigid frame, no vibration; no idlers on belts; eight places for tool rests; large
wheels.
You can do the most difficult jobs
with an ease and accuracy that's
bound to give profitable results. Would you like a copy of Catalog 5?
Deep hole grinding a specialty; send
us an idea of what you want to grind and we will tell you what it costs.
THE-BATH-GRINDER-COMPANY-Fitchburg-Mass.,        ...
U.S.A.


AIIIERICAN MACHINIST        October 18, i906.
,
AMERICAN MACHINIST        October .

0A Drill        That Pas for It=        
0        y        a
©        self        in the Time it Saves.        oo
       
©        Fosdick National Drills combine the        chief        
The        „ ,M        advantages of the best        upright        and        radial        0
0        Fosdick        drills and give a        much        wider range        than        
0        line        1                
®        of        either.        There        is        no        drilling        or        tapping        0
0        R a di        l l a        .,        ._        problem that you cannot solve        on        a        Fos-        0
o        Drills        dick.        This 2-ft. Arm National Radial        has        0
8        3 feeds.        
is1        speeds and        
the  
©        largest        We have Radials with arms        from 2 ft.        to        
©        in        8 ft.        
ft        the                
0        world.        I        If you think you will ever        need        a        Radial        0
0        Drill, send for our Catalog.        0

p        The        Fosdick Machine        Tool        Co.        p
©        Cincinnati,        Ohio,        U. S. A.        0
0        Messrs. C. W. Burton, Griffiths & Co., London,        •©,
E. C.        Messrs. Fenwick Freres & Co., Paris,        
©        France.        Messrs. Ludw. Loewe & Co., Berlin,        Q
©        Germany.        Messrs.        R.        S.        Stokvis & Zonen.        
Rotterdam,        Holland.        Mr.        Hugo        Tillquists,        
©        Stockholm, Sweden.        Adolfo B. Horn, Havana.        0
®        Cuba.        0
       
No. I Bath-Grinder, with complete Tool Room Equipment.
Built in three Sizes.
Some Bath Universal Grinder
Features are:
Wide belts, rigid frame, no vibration; no idlers on belts; eight places for tool rests; large
wheels.
You can do the most difficult jobs
with an ease and accuracy that's
bound to give profitable results. Would you like a copy of Catalog 5?
Deep hole grinding a specialty; send
us an idea of what you want to grind and we will tell you what it costs.
THE-BATH-GRINDER-COMPANY-Fitchburg-Mass.,      
U.S.A.

October 13, 1906.        AMERICAN MACHINIST
AMERICAN MACHINIST      
Look Up the "Second Belt" for
YOUR PLANER WORK
All gearing is protected from chips or dirt on the "Second Belt" Planers. Bearings are
self-oiling, second belt is kept in tension auto-
_        matically. Less liability to breakage of gear-
teeth. No difficulty of inspection Direct and positive transmission of power to table. They don't
require taking apart unless abused.

A New Lathe that Will Make YOUR Lathe Work
More Profitable.
A new Lathe, redesigned throughout, embodying all the essential features required in lathe
work.
Built in sizes from 13  swing to 20" swing. Three step cones, permitting wide belts and double
back gears, wide ratio of gearing.
Write to us. We will tell you more about them.
Whitcomb-Blaisdell Machine Tool Company,
Incorporated 1905.        134 Gold Street, WORCESTER, MASS., U. S. A.

October   1906     AMERICAS MACHINIST

The machine—onetact is, you're wasting time and money looking for a better  that does the
work cleaner, faster or more
profitably than our No. 4 Plain Milling Machine Gear Feed.
We'd like you to go over some of its special points—The positive gear-feed drive and change
feed mechanism. Twenty changes of feed can be made without stopping the machine.
Then the new clutch mechanism in connection with the hand wheels, the box-type knee, the
telescopic elevating screw.
All these points contribute toward making it a machine that's unexcelled.
A machine you ought to know and have. Say "Fourmod " on
a postal andwe'll do our part.
BECKER-BRAINARD-MILLING-MACHINE-Plain-Milling-Machine-Gear CO.,
HYDE PARK, MASS., U. S. A.
Branch Offices: The Bourse, Philadelphia, Pa.; Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, O.
AGENTS—McDowell, Stocker & Co., Chicago, Ill. Chas. G. Smith Co., Pittsburg, Pa. J. L.
Osgood, Buffalo, N. 1. A. B. Bowman, St. Louis, Mo. A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Toronto and
Montreal, Canada. Ludes. Loewe & Co., Berlin. Germany. Ing. Vaghi Accornero & Co.. Milan,
Italy.

     ment        of        the        blade
     loosens the turret        and
°        withdraws the locking
     pin.        A forward move-
     ment revolves the tur-
     ret        for        the        next        tool
     and        also        locks        and
The Springfield        tightens it.        Both these
     operations can be per-
Machine        Tool Co.,.        ormed        instantly        with
     hand.
~        one
Springfield,        Ohio, U. S. A.        You want        this        ma-
     c hi ne— get        Circular
Ing. Vaghi, Accornero & Co., Agents for Italy.        No. 105.






October 18, T906.        AMERICAN MACHINIST        29
The Superiority Of The Geared Speed
and 'Feed Changes Of Prentice
Bros. Radial Drills.
The importance of the right speed and feed changing mechanism of Drills cannot be over
estimated. Our Drills have 16 changes of speed and 8 changes of feed. All are instantly obtainable,
while machines are running, and from the operator's regular position.
The Gear Speed Changing Device is simplicity itself.        It has but a few gears.        Con-
flicting ratios cannot be engaged nor the machine injured by carelessness. The Spindle can be
advanced or returned and the power feed engaged or disengaged, with one hand on one lever.
Our Roller Clutch makes it easy to cut fast, until the drill reaches its full diameter. When you let go
of the hand wheel the power feed takes hold. You save in this way 20 to 30 seconds on each hole
drilled.
We claim that our Radial Drilling Machines are the best ever built. Do you want us to prove it?
Prentice Brothers Company,
Builders of Radial and Upright Drilling Machines, Engine and Turret Lathes.
WORCESTER, MASS., U. S.A.
AGENTS—The Fairbanks Company. New York. Albany. Boston. Philadelphia. Syracuse. Hartford,
New Orleans and Buffalo. The Strong, Carlisle & Hammond Co., Cleveland and Detroit. The Baird
Machinery Company, Pittshnrg. The
October 18, 1906.        AMERICAN MACHINIST

The Rear View of This
Six-Foot Widened
Colburn Boring Mill
looks almost as heavy as a standard 7 2", does it not It will be decidedly to your advantage to
secure particulars about it. It is built from widened 60-inch patterns—the price is not as high as
other six-foot mills and it is built to deliver the goods.
Write for Bulletin No. 14 which tells about it.
Other sizes: 30", 34", 421, 48", 53", 60".
Colburn Machine Tool Co.,
FRANKLIN, PA., U. S. A.
FOREIGN AGENTS: Lndw. Loewe & Co., Berlin and London.
"BLISS"
'-Bli,a" Inclinanle Pr,.++.        "Bliss Overhanging Press. t
You can't go wrong in buying "BLISS" PRESSES—they're always first grade. A system of
inspection prevents imperfect goods from leaving our factory. Ask questions whether you are
ready to buy presses now or not.

E. W. BLISS CO
Owners of the Stiles & Parker Press Co.,
t ADAMS STREET,        BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Agents for Chicago and vicinity—Stiles-Morse Co., 138 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill. EUROPEAN
OFFICE—Clichy pres Paris, France.

4
For Rolling Threads
we don't know of anything better than our Reciprocating Screw Threaders. In them the blank is
rolled between dies whose surfaces are grooved to suit the shape of the thread and at an angle
corresponding to the pitch of the screw. They can be furnished with automatic feed. They are
built to roll threads up to 1 Ve diameter. Catalogue tells all about them—shall we send it? In
writing, kindly mention American Machinist
YOUR PERFECT CONTROL Over McCabe Punches and Shears
is shown by the fact that the machine can be stopped at any point of stroke. They are powerful,
simple and rapid—built for heavy duty.
rUR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY-42 and 50-in Gaps. Punching capacity: -in. hole through 1-in. plate.
Tube and man holes 13 /'i in. x 754 in. x Y. in. Shearing Capacity: 134 in. plate. 8 in. x 134 In. flat
bars, 214 in. round, 6 in x 6 in. x ?; in. angles. Weight 42-In. machine, 28,000 bs., 50-in., 33,000 lbs.
Want further details?
30        AMERICAN MACHINIST        October 18, 1906.

Your request for catalog will be immediately answered.
Norton Grinding Company        WORCESTER, London, MASS., U. S. A.
~        Ludw. Loewe & Co., Ltd., London, Berlin, European Agents.

30        AMERICAN MACHINIST        October i8, 1906.
>t Isn't This Year--But the Successive
Ones That Count.
That tell just how good, and ultimately cheap, a Norton Grinder is.
That great accuracy        removing        .00025 inc        —which they maintain
for years and their        great rapidity,        practical        absence of        vibration,
the        wide        range        of        speeds —        which        can        be        changed        instantly
without        stopping        either        work        or wheel—all        contribute        toward
making it the best        Grinder on        the market.        
Ample provision has been made for an adequate supply of water; the water tank is a part of the
base and holds a barrel of water.
Your request for catalog will be immediately answered.
Norton Grinding Company WORCESTER, MASS., L. S. A.
~ Ludw. Loewe & Co., Ltd., London, Berlin, European Agents.


30        AMERICAN MACHINIST        October 18, 1906
I
the waiei ldi1K is a pat n of the uase auu uiuius a uac [ Cl 01 water.
Your request for catalog will be immediately answered.
Norton Grinding Company WORCESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
~        Ludw. Lor'w        Ltd., London, Berlin, European Agents.
The Higley Metal Saws       
use thin saw blades.        
`Higley" blades are not expensive and can be frequently reground. Do not need a larger center
collar or plate to preserve their rigidity.
AUTOMATIC
FRICTION FEED
AUTOMATIC STOP
POWER RETURN
Vandyck Churchill Company,
New York-Philadelphia-Pittsburg New Haven McDowell. Stocker & Co.. Chicago.


The Higley Metal Saws
VC
use thin saw blades.
FAR ClUAtjfy
`Higley" blades are not expensive and can be frequently - -        reground.        Do not need a
larger center collar or plate to preserve their rigidity.
AUTOMATIC
FRICTION FEED        Vandyck Churchill Company,
AUTOMATIC STOP        New York-Philadelphia-Pittsburg -New Haven
POWER RETURN        McDowell, Stocker & Co.. Chicago.
October i3, 1906.        AMERICAN MACHINIST
The "Flat-Turret-Lathe
Is the Lathe of Greatest Profit

The simple reason for this is, that it is the fastest and most accurate producer of duplicate parts,
and consequently the greatest reducer of operating expenses.
It would not be so far superior to others, but for the fact that it alone is a "Flat Turret" lathe; it
alone has a cross-feed head; it alone has double stops for each position of the turret; it alone is a
single drive turret lathe; it is the only turret lathe in which all feeds and speeds are instantly
obtainable ; and it has many other patented features that no other lathe can ever have.
We are willing to take your own work and prove, in your own shop, that it would be advisable for
you to install a "Flat Turret" even if you have to throw away other lathes to make room for it.
Will you let us try this at our own expense 9

Jones-and-Lamson-Machine-Company-Flat-Turret-Lathe
Springfield, Vt., U. S. A., and 97 Queen Victoria St., London, E. C.
Germany. Holland. Belgium. Switzerland and Austria-Hungary : M. Koyemann, Charlottenstrasse.
112. Dusseldorf, Germany.
France and Spain : Ph. Bonvillain & E. Ronceray, 9 & 11, Rue des envierges, Paris. Italy : Adler &
Eisenschitz, Milan.        4


October AMERICAN MACHINIST        31

The Range Of The
lo-swing Lathe
is all that can be given in a
MODERN PRODUCTION TOOL.
A Sample.
A combination of one or more carriages,        ~r l_2&_.~6________
each carrying one or more CUTTING
TOOLS, can be arranged on Lo-swing as
the nature of the work demands.        Motor Shaft turned from 23s
We use CUTTING tools in Lo-swing        Crucible Steel Bar. Rough turned
, turne
all over, for grinding, in 12 Min--that means PRODUCTION.        utes.
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN THE UNITED STATES BY THE
Fitchburg Machine Works, Fitchburg, Mass., U. S. A.
FOREIGN AGENTS: P. & W. Maclellan, Ltd., Glasgow. Henry Kelley & Co., Manchester. Alfred H.
Schulte, Brussels, Liege, Parts, Bilbao, Barcelona. M. Koyeman, Dusseldorf, Germany: Holland,
Switzerland. Schuchardt & Schutte, Vienna. Adler & Eisenschitz, Milan.


I Pulleys2
Reduce Your Expenses For Belting rz
Power
The One-Belt Reversing-Countershaft
By using the Smith One-Belt Reversing Countershaft, instead of the old-fashioned double-
friction countershaft requiring two Belts, you save the cost of one pulley and one belt, and you
lessen your fuel bills—because of the reduced weight on the main shaft and the diminished
friction.
There are several other reasons why this countershaft is more economical and efficient than
the old style. Shall we send you the catalog that gives these reasons? We ship on trial.
The Smith Countershaft Co., 71 High St., Boston, Mass.
pg 36

NILES-BEMENT-POND CO., TRINITY BUILDING, 111 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, U.S. A.
of 10ICES;        l v vn: Oliver Bldg,        Uhicago: Western Union Bldg.        Pittsburg: Frick Bldg.        
St. Luui4: 516 North3d St.        Philudrlpl.ia: 21kt and Callowhill Btu.        11irningte in. Al:.. Brown-
Minx Bldg.
Agents: The Canadian Fairbanks Co„ Ltd„ Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver,
Jones & Lamson Machine Company, The "Flat Turret" Lathe
Is the Lathe of Greatest Utility.
• 1906 •  NEWS

New era on the high seas for Britain
took a giantstep, the HMS Dreadnought launched. It boasts 10
giant 12-inch guns. Some fear the launch of the  ship will speed
up the arms race betwenn england and Germany.

San Francisco rocked by gigantic earthquake.
19 APRIL At 5:13 am
The most disastrous earthquake ever to hit this beauritul
coastline. Hugeand devastating fires caused by broken
gas mains are now raging out of control all over. At least
1000 people allready feared dead.

Kellogg's breakfast cereal company
Toasted Corn Flake Company to market a new kind of crunchy cereal invented by accident.