Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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ve is guaranteed to dryclothes in a fraction of the time required by ordinary methods. t]J *nesystem of ventilation makes the clothes as pure as though dried in theopen air, and it will bleach the clothes as perfectly as sunshine. The Chicago |Dryer consists of a metal cabinet, absolutelyfireproof, to which is attached a laun-dry stove. The cabinet is equippedwith sliding racks on which the clothesare hung. The stove not only servesthe purpose of furnishing heat for thedryer, but may also be used for boil-ing the clothes, heating fiatirons, andheating water by the waterback sys-tem. The dryer is, therefore, prac-tically seated by what is ordinarily-waste neat. We build and equip drvers for resi-dences, apartment buildings, hotels,hospitals and similar institutions,in any number of compartments. Send for a copy of our No. H 10catalogue, which will be mailedfree upon request. It describesand illustrates dryers for allrequirements. Chicago Dryer Company 344.346 Wabash AvenueChicago, 111.
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The above illustrates oar five-rack dryer for private residences. It dries clothes in a fractionof the time required by ordinary methods. Heat is-furnished by -waste from laundry stove TREES FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Evergreens,Shrubs, Roses,Hardy Plants All the Best and Hardiest Varieties. Largest and Most Varied Collections in America. ELLWANGER & BARRY Nurse rymen-IIortieulturisls MOUNT HOPE NURSERIES Established 1840ROCHESTER NEW YORK Illustrated Drseriptive Catalogue 144 pages),also Descriptive List or Novelties anil F periai-ties with beautiful colored plate of the NewHardyWhite Kose SNOW QCKK.V (Frau KarlDruschkij, mailed FREE on request. *&* -V ALCOHOL ITS MANUFACTUREITS DENATURIZATIONITS INDUSTRIAL USE The Cost of Manufacturing Denatur-ized Alcohol in Germany and Ger-man Methods of Denaturization are discussed by Consul-General Frank H.Mason in Scientific American Supplement 1550. The Use, Cost and Efficiency ofAlcohol as a Fuel for Gas Engines are ably explained by H. Die
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