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A Warning Neglected, Honor to Whom Honor is Due and more

How One County Built a Good Road

The Story of a Brick Pavement in West Virginia Hills

By J. M. Miller

Harvesting Ice by Electric Power

A Home made Ice-carrying Machine

By Putnam A. Bates

Labor-saving Devices for the Home, The End of the Oldest Newspaper in the World

By Hayner H. Gordon

Labor-saving Duplicating Machines for the Office

A Review of Methods Old and New

By H. S. McCormack

Labor-saving Devices that Produce Automobiles

Multiple Production and Its Influence on Automobile Prices

By Theodore M. R. von Keler

The Imposing Naval Review at New York

The President Reviews Five Miles of United States Warships

The International Congress on Hygiene, Daniel Webster on Patent Property

A Review of a Remarkable Convention

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    Correspondence - October 12, 1912

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    Inventions New and Interesting - October 12, 1912

  • Recently Patented Inventions - October 12, 1912

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