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Identifier: sargasso1920koko0
Title: Sargasso
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Kokomo High School (Ind.)
Subjects: Kokomo High School (Ind.) High schools School yearbooks
Publisher: Kokomo, Ind. : Kokomo High School
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definition for digestion?Daisy D.—Digestion is whenever you eat something without it causing apain. Mr. Balcom, in General Science—AVhat is the use of starch in a potato?Marie Oakes—To make the potato stiff. THE BOYS ALWAYS DO IT Mr. Wilson, in assembly—If Geo. Carr really didnt throw that paper, theboy who did so and did not confess when I told George he might leave theroom, is either not a gentleman or is a coward. (For Mr. Wilsons benefit)—Esther Carter threw it. Wallie Elson—Loan me fifty cents until Saturday, will you?Rob Williams—Sure, but remember G-I-V-E doesnt spell loan. FRANK HAS ENOUGH TO CARRY Pete Cotterman—This Frank Costello is the laziest guy I ever saw.Miss McCune—What makes you think so? Pete I just saw him let his books slide down the banister rather than carry them down the stairs. FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS Gilbert—Why did you butt that fellow in the stojuach ? Bad-eye Neuman—Well, you told me to use my head while playing. One hundred thirty-two

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New Stries Haynes Suburban—seven passengers.Cord tires and wooden wneeLi standard equipmenton all six cylinder ca> s. Cord tires and Jive wirewheels standard equipment on all twelve cylinder on all six cylinder ca> s. Cord tires mi-wheels standard equipment on all twelvcars. Disc wheel.* optional equipme:charge, on all models. This advertisement cotyriuhted, 1 20, by The Haynes Automobile Company The NEW Series HAYNES SUBURBAN A PPRECIATION of the most ad-vanced modern taste in closed carsis expressed in the new series sevenpassenger Haynes Suburban, the ultraluxurious, dualtype closed car, whichaffords the distinctiveness of a chauf-feur-driven equipage when desired, aswell as the congenial family atmosphere of an ownerdriven car. This is accomplished by the loweringof the platcglass partition, making theentire interior a single compartment.The drivers seat and forward divi-sion are trimmed in genuine leather;the rear compartment, with its wide, loungclike seat and roomy auxi

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Image from page 219 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)
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Identifier: streetrailwayjo231904newy
Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
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Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
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mber of151, have been operating since Nov. 15, 1903, with a new typeof third-rail shoe, which has been on trial for the past eightmonths with very satisfactory results. The shoe differs radic-ally from the slipper form, which, with various modifications,is used on all other third-rail roads and which was also em-ployed on the Boston elevated until superseded by the newform just adopted. The principal new feature in the present Boston shoe is thesubstitution of spring pressure for gravity in making contact.The equipment, complete, consists of a short, flat bar of steel,with two right-angle bends at each end, two wrought-ironhangers in which the ends of the bent steel bar rest, an ironstrip for uniting the two hangers electrically, and a thinelliptical steel spring for holding the ends of the shoe in thehangers. The combined weight of these parts is about 28 lbs.The weight of the moving parts alone of the old shoe was about25 lbs. In the mechanism of the new shoe the soft steel bar with

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French Lengthin Miles. Length of Cablein Miles. Weight of Copperin Tons. Costin Dollars. Street Railway work Lighting 45120 190 555 840 830 800,0001,100,000 Total 165 745 1670 1,900,000 The total cost of cables and cable laying was ,900,000. Themechanical equipment of the two plants, ,200,000; for thesub-stations, 0,000, and for the power plant buildings,,040,000. The total cost was ,800,000, of which ,000,000was for the lighting plant. These figures represent the initialcost, and are a portion of the expense for which the cityauthorized the Kr. 285,000,000 loan. The Tamaqua & Lansford Electric Railway extension toMauch Chunk has caused the steam road to discontinuethrough trains from Mauch Chunk to Pottsville, NEW SHOE ON BOSTON ELEVATED CAR which contact with the rail is made is the vital part. This bar,before it is bent, measures 23 ins. long, 3^ ins. wide, andYz in. thick, and weighs ioJ-2 lbs. After being bent into theproper form a channel is forged in the flat p

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