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Publication numberUS882800 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 24, 1908
Filing dateMay 19, 1905
Priority dateMay 19, 1905
Publication numberUS 882800 A, US 882800A, US-A-882800, US882800 A, US882800A
InventorsWalter Scott, Isabella Scott, David John Scott
Original AssigneeWalter Scott, Isabella Scott, David John Scott
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Web-printing machine.
US 882800 A
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PATENTED MAR. 24, 1908.

w. SCOTT, DEGD.

I. & D. J. EGOTT, EXEOUTOBS.

WEB PRINTING MACHINE.

APPLICATION FILED Mu e, 1905.

5 SHEETS-SHEET 1.

No. 882,800. PATENTED MAR. 24, 1908. w. SCOTT, DEOD.

I &D J SQOTLEXEGUTORS WEB PRINTING MACHINE.

APPLICATION FILED MAY 19, 1905.

5 SHEETi-SHEET 2.

Mair deaf: 31% 1 Qtfoznuy @xnimeooeo PATENTED' MAR. 24, 1908.

w. SCOTT, nnc'n. &D J SGOTLEXEOUTOBS WEB PRINTING MACHINE.

APPLICATION FILED HAY 19, 1905.

Wally/ 5 7 4/6177 354 a 7 flbi'o'cuu @m/vwM/m/ Q/QWm wooao 9U- z m h E 1 w m Y w W PATENTED MAR. 24, 1908.

W. SCOTT, DEO'D. I. a b. J. scor'r, nxnomrons. WEB PRINTING MACHINE.

PLIOATION FILED n Y 5. AP A 190 s SHEETS-SHEET 4.

Witnesses nil 8 w w -ww 1" PATENTED MAR. 24, 1908.

w. SCOTT, DEGD. I ED J BUOTLEXIIUUTOES WEB PRINTING MACHINE. AYPLIOATION ifILED MAY 19, 1905. 5 SHEETS SHEET5I I 53:1 1M flttozwzgo UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

WALTER SCOTT, OFfPLAINFIE LD, NEW JERSEY; ISABELLA SCOTT AND DAVID JOHN SCOTT EXEGUTORS OF SAID WALTER SCOTT, DECEASED.

WEB-PRINTING MACHINE.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented March 24, 1908.

Application filed May 19, 1905. Serial No. 261,148.

Jersey, have invented certain new and useful 'Im rovements in Web-Printing'Machines, of which the following is a specification.

My invention relates generally. to web printing machines, in which the product of one or more webs is printed, associated, cut into sheets, folded, and. delivered; and has more particularly reference to the arrangement of the parts with relation to each other and to such features of construction as will more fully hereinafter appear.

The main object. of the invention is the production of means whereby the number of pages of the product may be varied at will, and whereby that web, or portion of a web, which is to form the outside cover of the product, can receive an extraimprint, or canbe printed on a different color or quality ofpaper from that of the main portion of theproduct either before or after it has been associated, and can be subsequentlyfolded and delivered as one product with the said main portion.

- Other objects will appear as the specification proceeds.

To this end the invention comprises the features of construction and arrangement andv combinations of parts as will more fully hereinafter appear.

In the accompanying drawings the invention has been embodied in a concrete form for the sake of illustration, but the particular formfollowed is not to be construed as a limitation, as the embodiment may be widely varied without departing from the invention. In the said drawings: Figure 1 is a side elevation of a machine embodying the invention. Fig. 2 is an end elevation looking in the direction of the arrow 2 in Fig. 1. Fig. 3 is a plan View of a portion of Fig. 1. Fig. 4

shows a plan view of the web turners for associating a portion of the product of the upper machine with its coirlipanion ortion from. the same-machine. itg. 5 s ows a plan view of the webturners or associating a portion of the product of the lower machine with its companion portion from the same machine. Fig. 6 shows the arrangement of the parts when the cutting and folding c linders are adapted to fold the'product o theupper machine as the outside cover, and also when it is desired to collect successive cuts before delivering. Fig. 7 shows the arran ement of the parts when the cuttin and fo ding cylinders are adapted to fold the product of the upper machine as the center pages of the associated products. Fig. 8 shows the arrangement of the parts when the cutting and folding cylinders are adapted to deliver alternate packs of sheets to the two deliveries.

' Similar numerals of reference indicate corresponding parts in the different views.

a lower printing machine arranged preferably in substantially parallel planes one above the other.

The lower printing machine is preferably composed of two printing couples consisting of the impression cylinders 4 and 5 and the plate cylinders 6 and 7, each of the latter provided with suitable inking apparatus 8 and 9. 'Thislower printing machine may be constructed of such a length as to print magazine or other pages of 2, 3, 4, 5 or other numbers, either in length or width of pages. It is here shown as havin a 4 page width. The web or webs 10 whic pass through this machine are received from a suitable roll of paper mounted on the spindle 11.

The upper printing machine consists also preferably of two printing couples composed of the impression cylinders 12 and 13 and the plate cylinders 14 and 15 having suitable inking apparatus 16 and 17. This 11 per printing machine is adapted, if desire to print on a web or a portion of a web of a different color or qualit of paper and to print the same in several colors if desired by means of the additional printing cylinders as 18 and 19. In the arrangement disclosed in Fig. 3 there are shown two Webs of paper, one of which is indicated by the numeral 20 coming froma roll of paper mounted on the spindle 21 and is, in the present instance, one page in width. The other Web of paper 22 is shown as coming from the roll-mounted on the separate spindle 23 and is three pages in width.

In addition to the foregoing, there is provided an auxiliary printing machine 24 cornposed of the impression cylinder 25 and plate cylinder 26 having suitable inking apparatus 27 which may be designated as additional printing cylinders to be used instead of the c linders 18 and 19 or in addition thereto.

his auxiliary printing machine is preferably arranged at right angles to the first two printing machines. This auxiliary printing machine, like the printing cylinders 18 and 19, is adapted to print an extra color, agents name or similar device on that, web or portion of a Web coming from the upper printing machine and which will generally'form the outside cover of. the product. This auxiliary rinting machine is so positioned that it wil act on the web or ortion of a web after it has been associate To this end there is interposed between the two printing machines and the auxiliary printing machine suitable associating devices having slitters if necessary as well as means such as guide rolls for bringing the webs together. Suitable cutting, folding and delivery mechanisms are also provided for acting upon the webs after they have been printed and associated. The associating and slitting devices located intermediate the two printing machines and the auxiliary printing machine are preferably arranged so that the webs willbe assoclated into two products one of which goes directly to the cutting, folding and delivery mechanism, while the other product can either be diverted so as to pass through the auxiliary printing machine to receive an additional im rint, or can be associated direct with theotiher product before the webs are acted upon by the cutting, folding and de-, livery mechanisms. Interposed between the two web associators, one for each machine, arranged side by side in the same plane, whereby the webs are associated into two products. In addition to these, however, there are means for individually associating the COm panion webs coming fromone or. both machines into separate roducts,that is: in such a mannerthat t e webs belonging to each machine will form a separate productbefore the webs reach the former folders. This, it will be understood, is necessary when the two printing machines are running at different speeds. I

28 and 29 indicate two associators shown as triangular former folders and adapted to associate or fold the webs coming from both machines into two roducts. Inconnection with these former olders are guide rolls"30,- 31, 32, 33 and 34 which serve to uide the' webs together before they are acte upon by said former folders.

Interposed between the former folders and the two printing machines and located one above the other, are the associating devicesfor associating the com anlon webs coining from each machine be ore the said webs reach the former folders. In this instance,

printing machines and the auxiliary printing machine aretwo former folders or v liveries.

these associators take the form of turning bars as 35 and 36 which are adapted to turn a web or portion of a web coming from the lower printing machine laterally in one direction and associate it with the companion web or portion before delivering it to the former folder 28 while the turning bars 37 and 38-are adapted to associate the web or webs coming from the upper printing machine before delivering it to the former folder 29 by turning a portion of the product laterally in the opposite direction. If either of the machines is acting upon a web only two pages in width or less, it is of course not necessary to use the web turners belonging to that machine. If the web passing through each machine is more than half the width suitable slitting devices as 39 and 40 will be used to slit the webs on the center line of the machine. If the webs coming from both machines are passed direct to the former folders without passing over the turning bars, suitable slitting devices as 41 and 42 may be used to slit the webs centrally of the machine in case the-width of the webs is more than half size. In addition to the foregoing, there may be employed additional slitting devices in connection with the former folders as 43 and 44 for slitting the webs into one page widths if it is desired to associate the webs instead of merely folding them in a well known manner and throughout the claims the words web associators are to be construed to mean both means for folding the webs or for associating the webs. At the apex of the triangular former folders are therollers 45 and 46 adapted to receive the two products as they come from said former folders.

47 indicates a female cutting and collecting cylinder adapted to act in conjunction with the male cutting cylinder 48 and with the folding cylinder 49. The said cylinder 47 has a circumference equal'to the length of three sheets of two pages each and the cutting cylinder 48 has a circumference. substantially equal to one sheet to be cut'fro'm the web, Suitable guides as 50 and 51 are sheet between the cylinder 53 and roller 54.

Suitable guides as 57 and 58 are provided for guiding the sheets into these rotating de- Below the rotating deliveries are placed two sets of delivery bands 59 of any usual or suitable construction. The cylinder 47 is provided with three female cutting suit-ably imparting motion to the same. one end of the shaft 82 there is a pinion 85 creasers 62. The cylinder 48 is provided with one male cutting member 63. The folding cylinder 49 is provided with two fold- 1 mg blades or creasers 64, two folding grip? 1 rs 65, as well as two transfer grippers 66.

he cylinder 52 is provided with two folding grippers 67 and transfer grip rs 68, while the 1 cylinder 53 is provided with transfer grippers 69.

Below the rollers 46 are two-rollers 70 and 1 71 and adiacent to the guide 51 there is another rol er 72. Adjacent to the 1 int of i contact between the cylinders 47 an 48 is a suitable sheet path composed of the ta 73,

i assing overthe rollers 74, and the gui es 7 5. i n thissheet path is located an accelerating device composed of two cylinders76 and 77 j the latter having a nipper bar 77 of .a well known construction. Adjacent to this sheet i path are two cutting linders 78 and 79, one of which is provide with two male cutting members 80 the other with two'female cutting members "81.. As will be seen I from an inspection of Fig. 2, these elements 3 are so positioned that they are interposed between the cutting cylinders 47 and 48 and the auxiliary print machine.

The Whole device is driven from a suitable shaft as $82 on which are mounted the loose and fast pulleys 83 and 84 or other means 3n which engages with the ar ,86 mounted on 1 the same shaft as the cy inder 4. This gear 86 meshes with the gear 87 on the plate c. linder 6 and with the gear 88 on the cylin er 5 which, in turn, meshes with the gear 89 on the cylinder 7. The inking apparatusof the I lower and the u per printing machines are suitably driven ointhese 1 ears in a well 1 known manher. Inter; betweenv the lower and the upper printing machines is a} train of gears having means whereby the speed of the upper-press maybe changed so as to runslower than that of the .lower ma chines. train of gears will preferablytake the form of a main intermediate car .90

in mesh with the gear 91 mounted on t e cyl- 1 inder 12 and adapted to receive its motion i from either of the two auxiliary intermediate gears 92 and 93. The gear 92 meshes with the gear '88 on the cylinder 5 and when the i main intermediate gear receives its mo-Q tjion through this instrumentalit both machines willprun'at thesame If, 1 W 1 ever, it is desired to run the upper machineat a less speed than the lower one, preferablyat 1 half-speed, the main intermediate gear 9.0 recei'veslits motion {from the auxiliary inte'rnief diate gear '93 with the pinion 1 $34 mounte n the shaft of the cylinder 5. When it is desired to eflect eh i one 65 mo e or h two '92 or 93 sy b transferred from the lin brought out of with their companions change from t e stud 95 to vice versa. i

The cutting, folding and delivery cylinders as well as the rollers 45 below the former folder28 as also the slitters and-guide rolls 7 used in connection with the former folder 28 are always driven at the same speedas the lower machine. Hence there is mounted on mounted on the shaft 99 which is provided at its other end with, the pinion 100 engaging with a gear 101 meshin with the gear 102 mounted on the same shaft as;the cylinder 47. ()n the same stud 103 which carries the gear-.101 there is mounted a pinion 104 which meshes into "a gear 105 adapted to impart motion to the gear 106 mounted on the same shaft as the rotating delivery *55. Moving with this gear 106 is a pinion 107 which enshaft as the pinion 109 which, in turn,engages with the gear 110 mounted on the roller 111 which imparts motion to the delivery and delivery bands below the same maybe driven in a'similar manner.. The motion is ar 102 to the gear 112 mounted on the she t of the cylinder, 49 and from thence to the gears 1113-and 114 of the c finder-s52 and 53,.and in the other direction t oug the pmioris- 1 15 and 116 to the rollers 45. ou'nted on'the end of the shaft 117 car 1 18 which meshes with the corresponding be gear 119 mounted on the upright shaft 120 provided at its other end with the beveled gear 121 in mesh with the beveled the roller 34. Mounted upon the shaft 123 isa-spurgear 124 meshwith the inion 125 carried by the shaft supporting t e slitters .42 dr I From th, gear 91 on the cylinder 12 the throu h the intermes'hing gears to the other mfers of [the upper machine; ounted' on the shaft 126 which carries the with another beveled gear 128 mounted thereby imparting..motion to the auxiliary printmg machine and driving the latter at he sa s the up: r i ng m chine. Thg sar '131mesll2s ihto another gear 133 which vby means of the gear 134 drives the'rollers 45,6, 70 and 71. Mounted on shaft 129 is a beveled gear 135 meshng w t g a 136 m unt on the shaft. 3 7 at its other bands 59. The other rota-ting delivery 56 which carries the cylinder 52 there is a beveled or one ear onl may be used and may be r the stud 96 or the e'nd'of the shaft 82 a beveled gear 97 which engages with another beveled gear 98- r gages with the gear 108 mounted on. the same y v 105 'gear 122 mounted on the shaft 123 carrying motioni's transmitted in the usual way "cylinder 12 there is a beveled gear 127 meshon the shaft 129 which carries at its other mesh with the gear 132 on the cylinder 26 over the'gul e r end with another beveled gear 138 meshing with the beveled gear 139 on the shaft 140 of the roller 33. This shaft 140 of the roller 33 is provided with a spur gear. 141 which meshes with the pinion 142 mounted on the shaft 143 carrying the slitters 41 and 43 whereby all these members are driven at the same speed as the upper printing machine and the auxiliary printing machine. The cutting ,cylinders 78 and 79 receive their motion from and are driven at the same speed as the auxiliary printing machine, and hence at the same speed as the upper printing machine by means of the gears 144 and 145,- the first one of which meshes with the gear 146 onthe cylinder 25 and the other of which by the tapes 73 and guides 75 are in the structure disclosed run at the same speed as "the lower printing machine. To this end the accelerating cylinders 76 and 77 receive their motion from the gear 102 mounted'on the cylinder 47 through the instrumentality of the gear 148 carried by the cylinder 48 and meshing with the gear 149, which, in turn, meshes with the gear 150 mounted on the cylinder 76. i The 0 eration of the machine is as follows: When the upper and lower printing machines are geared to run at the same speed, the webs coming from the same are led over the former folders, the product coming from the up er rinting machine. passing oilers 32 and 33, while the product coming from the lower Inachineis ed over the guide rollers 30,, 31 and 34 or both products may be led over the roller34.

If the webs aremore than half Width, they will-be slit by .the slitters 41. and 42 so as to separate them into two products, one of w ch passes to the former folder 28 and the other of which passes to the former folder 29. 'The product passing over the former.

folder '28 is then led down between the two rollers 45 and guides "50 and 51 between the cutting c linders' 47 and 48 where the "web is out o in sheets, two pages in length.

- These sheets then in passing around the clylinder47 will be folded into the bightof .60

t egij'ipper folders65 on the cylinder 49, the

iretaining pins-611ml, thecylijnder 47 being withdrawn by means of theflcam 47', and the creaser blades 'being actuated. by means of the cam 47 I These two 1minsare,made

stational'yiby ea teblaiz elti. i.

well known manner. The' folding grippers are opened by means of the cam 49% as they come around to receive the sheet and are opened bymeans of the. cam 49", thereby a lowing the sheets to pass down between the cylinders 49, and 52' between the guides 58 to the rotating delivery 55 and thento the bands 59. The product coming from the former folder 29 will pass down between the rollers 46 and from thence around the roller to the roller 72, thereby associating the two products of the former foldedtogether. The associated webs are then cut, folded and delivered as previously described.

In case it is desired to print an extra signature, color or other device upon the product coming from the upper printing machine, it may be done by means of the cylinders 18 and 1901 that web or portion of web which is to form the outside cover of the book or magazine may be led around the roller 71 to the impression cylinder 25iand from thence back to the roller 72 where it will meet the other web or portion of the web coming from the former folder 29 and the product coming from'the former folder 28. If it is desired, the whole product coming from the former folder 29 may pass around the impression cylinder 25 and from'thence to the roller 72.

It will be understood that a machine con. structed in this way 'having cylinders in length equal to the length of four pages and operated as described,1s capable of producing a product consisting of four, eight, twelve, sixteen, twenty, twenty-four, twenty eight and thirty-two pages' If it is desired to collect two successive cuts from the webs, the bolts fastening the elements 47 and 47" are removed and the cam 47 is connected up to the eccentric 49 so as to be moved out of the-way every other time,"whereby the creaser blades will only act every other time.

Similarly the cam 47 willthen be rocked out of the way by means of the lever 49 pivoted at 49 and having a friction roll 4 9 engaging withthe cam 49?. By this means the retaining pins will bewithdrawn only everyothertime. In this way the product may be increased to 40, 48, 56 and 64 pages.

If the plates on the printing cylinders are notv duplicates and 'it is desired to take advantage of the full capacity of the machine, the parts may be so adjusted that alternating packs of sheets will bedelivered to the two deliveries. With this arrangement the sheets'will betaken by the retainmg pins on the cylinder '47 and be carried around th same and will be folded into the bight of the folding grippers 65 on the cylinder 49. The cylinder 52, however, in this instance will be provided with one set of transfer grippers68 "adapted to'be opened by the cams 52* and 52P"which will take offevery other pack of carriedaround by the cylinder and I will deliver the same to the transfer grippers 69 on the cylinder 53 opened by the cams 69 and 69 In this way one pack of sheets will pass down between the cylinders 49 and 52 while the next pack of sheets will pass down between the cylinder 53 and'friction roller 54.

It will be understood that when the product of the machine is delivered between the cylinders 49 and 52 to the guides 58, that that web or portion of a web which may have received an imprint from the additional printing cylinders which may be either the cylinders 18 and 19 or the auxiliary printing machine or both, will form the outside cover of the product. If it is desired, however, that it should form the center portion of the product, the said product will be delivered etween the cylinder 53 and roller 54 to the guides 57, thereby folding the product in the opposite direction. With this arrangement, the creaser blades on the cylinder 47 will be I removed or otherwise rendered inoperative and the corres onding folding grippers on the cylinder 49 wi l also be removed or otherwise made inoperative and the sheets as they are received y the retaining pins on the cylinder 47 will be carried around and will be transferred to the transfer grippers '66 on the cylinder 49, the cam 47 opening the retaining pins on the cylinder 47, while the cam 49 will open the transfer gripper 66 to receive the sheets from the retaining'pins on the cylinder 47. The sheets will then be carried around by the transfer gripper 66 until that point is reached where the said grippers will come opposite to the cam 49 when they will be opened. At this moment the creaser blade 64 will be operated by the cam 49 and will fold the sheets into the bight of the folding grippers 67 on the c linder 52 which latter, in turn, will deliver t e sheets to the transfer grippers 69 on the' cylinder 53 of which there will be'in the present instance two sets.- The folding gripper 67 will'be operated at the proper moments by means of the cams 52 and 52 while the transfer gripper 69 will be each machine must be associated in such a manner that the webs coming from the same machine will be associated together before they reach the former'folders. Under these conditions, the product of the lower machine will be led out over the web turners 35 and 36, after being slit by the slitters 40 if necessary, thereby turning a web or portion of Q...

web of the product of the lower machine lat- 36, 44 and 52 pages.

erallyin one direction so as'to superpose it upon its companion web, coming from the same machlne. After this the product commg irom the lower machine will 'pass over the former folder 28 and will be cut, folded and delivered in any of the ways previously described. The web or webs coming from the upper machine will then be associated together by the Web turners 37 and 38, after belng slit by the slitter 39 if necessary, but Wlll be turned in the opposite direction so that the total product of the upper machine' will pass over the former folder 29. If the Web from the upper machine is only two pages in width, it is of course not necessary to use the web turners for this machine. From this point, the product of the upper machine will pass over the roller 70 and down to "the cutting cylinders 78 and 79 where it will be cut off in lengths of one or two pages as may be desired and where it may be collected if desired in any 'wellknown manner as by means of the retainingpins 7 8, These sheets will then pass to the accelerating cylinders 76 and 77 which are rotating at the same surface speed as the lower printing machine where the s eed of the sheet will be accelerated to equa that of the-product commg from the'said lower printing machine, and will be associated with the said product at a point where the cylindersl47 and 48 contact. Any other'means may of course be usedfor accelerating the s eed of the product of the slow speed maciiine. This product coming from the upper printing machine may meet the product coming from the lower printing machine at its leading edge or at a point where the fold is subsequently to be ormed, as may be desired From this point on, the action of the folding and delivery mechanism will be the same as previously described.

If it is desired to print an additional color etc., by means of the auxiliary printing machine, a portion or all of the product coming from the former folder 29 is led around the impression cylinder 25 and from thence to the cutting cylinders 78 and 79 If it is desired to pass a portion of the product coming from the former folder 29 direct to the cutting cylinders 78 and 79, this may be done. In that case only the portion of the-web to be printed passes around over the impression cylinder 25. From this point onward the 1 operation will be the same as previously described.

It will be understood that with this adjustment, the machine is capable of producing a-product consisting of 6, 10, 14, 18, 22', 26, 30 and'34 pa es, and if two success ve cuts are collecte ion the cylinder 47, the product may be made to consist of 12, 20,28,-

It will be understood that if it is desired the webs in passing over the former folders cylinders for giving may be slit by the slitters 33 and 34. Also that the page forms on the cylinders will be arranged in a suitable and well known man ner so as to produce the results FlGSlIBd.

One or more Webs may of course pass through each printing machine, but 1f it s desired to have the outside cover of the ultimate product of a different quality or color of paper, a separate Web as 22 coming from the roll mounted on the spindle 23 and one age wide as indicated in Fig. 3, may be used. it will also be understood that when 'necessary, suitable adjusting rolls to regulate the travel of the web through various parts of the machine may be used, all of which are well known.

If desired, pasters may be used to apply lines of paste on the margin to form the center of the ultimate product in any well known manner, 'or the products or signatures may be fastened together b wire staples. Instead of printing the ad itional color, agents name, etc, by means of the auxiliary printing machine, the cylinders 18 and 19 may be used, or .both sets ofcylinders may be used.

What is claimed is: 1. The combinationof two web printing machines, one of which runs at a' slower speed than the other, additional" printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the product or a portion of the product of one machine, means for associating the roducts of each machine intoa separate pro uct, means for cutting'the two products, means for associating the two products into one product, means for folding the associated products as one product, and two deliveries ada ted to alternately receive the associated an folded products.

2. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the product or a portion of the product of one machine, means for associating the products of each machine into a separate product, means for cutting the product of one machine, means for associating-the cut productwith an uncut portion of the other product, means for cutting the said other product, means for folding the associated products as one product, and two deliveries adapted to alternately receive the associated and folded products.

3. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional rinting animprint-on t 1e prod not or a portion 0 the product of the slow speed machine, means for associating the products 'of each machine into a separate product, means for cutting the two roducts, means for associating the two pro ucts into one product, means for folding the two products as one product, and two deliveries eeasoc and folded products.

adapted to alternately receive the associated Y 4. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower chine with an uncut portion of the full speed machine, means for cutting the roduct of the full s eed machine, means for folding the two pro ucts as one product, and two deliveries adapted to alternately receive the associated and folded products.

5. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the prodnot or a portion of the product' of one machine, means for associating the roducts of each machine into a separate pro uct, means for cutting the two products, means for as and means for ng and delivering the two products as oneproduct.

6. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, web turners forturning a portion of the product of one machine so as to associate it with its com anion'portion from the same machine, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on; the prodnot or a portion of the product of one ma chine, means for associating the roducts of each machine into a separate pro uct, means for cutting the product of one machine, means for associating the cut product with an uncut portion of theother roduct, means for cutting the said other pro uct, and means for folding and delivering the two products as one product.

7. The combinationof two web printin machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the product or a portion of the product of one machine, means for associating the products of each machine into a separate product,- means forciating'the two products into one product,

and means'for folding the two products with that portion acted upon by. the additional printing cylinders as the outside cover and for delivering them as one product.

speed than the other, additional printingin the cut product of the slow speed maa sociating the two (products into oneproduct,

fol i 95 cutting the two products, means for asso- 8. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, additional printingfor cutting the said other product, and means for folding the two products with that portlon acted upon by the additional printing cvhnders as the outside cover and for de livering them as one product.

9. The combination of two web printing machines, one of whichruns at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on a portion of the product of the slow speed machine, web turners for turning a ortion of the product of the full speed mac he so as to -associate itwith its companion portion from the same machine, means for associating the product of each machine into a separate product, means for cuttingthe two products, means for associating the two products into one product, and means for folding and'delivermg the two products as one product. I

10. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at ,a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on a portion of the product of the slow speed machine,

web turners for turning a portion of the product of the full speed machine so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same 'machine, means for associating the product of each machine into a separate product, means for cuttingthe product of the slow speed machine, means for asso-. ciating the cut product of the slow speed machine with an uncutportion of the product of the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full s eed ma-j chine, and means for folding and elivering the two roducts as one product.

11. Tlie combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on aportion of the product of the slow speed machine, web

turners for turning a portion of the product of the full speed machine so as to assothe same machine, means for associating the product of each machine into a separate product, means for cutting the two roducts, means for associating the two rodiicts into one product, and means for f0 ding the two products with that portion acted upon by ciate it with its companion portion from I the additional printing cylinders as the outside cover and for delivering them as one product.

12. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on a portion of the product of the slow speed machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the full speed machine so as to associate it with its companion portion from the samemachine, means for associating the product of each machine into a separate product, means for cutting the prod-uct of the slow speed machine, means for associating the cut product of the slow speed machine with an uncut ortion of the product of the full speedmacliine, means for cuttin the product of the full speed machine, and means for folding the two products with that portion acted upon by the additional printing cylinders as the outside cover and for deliverin them as one product.

13. The combinationof two web printing;

machines, one of which runs at a slower speed, than the-other, web turners for turning a ortion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same speed machine, means for associating the two products," and means for folding the associated products in either direction and for deliverin them as one product. 14. he combination of two web printin machines, one of which -runs at a slower spee than the other, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction'so as to associate itwith its companion. ortion from the samemachine, web turners or turning a portion of the product of'the other machine laterally in the oppo site direction so as to associate it-with its companion portion fromthe said other machine, means for again associating the individual productsof each machine, means for cutting the product of the machine running at the slower speedinto sheets, means for cutting "the product of the full speed machine, means for associating the t'wo products, and

either direction and product. v 1

15. The combination of two web printin I machines, one of which runs at a slower spec for delivering them as one means for folding the associated products in than the other, web turners for turning a por-- in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual products of each machine, means for cutting the product of the machine running at the slower speed into sheets, means for accelerating the s eed of the cut sheets to the speed of the ful speed machine, means for associating the two products, and means for folding the associated products in either direction and for delivering them as one product.

16. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, 'web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterallg in one direction so as to associate it wit its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual products of eachmachine, means for cutting the product of the machine running at the slower speed into sheets,

means for cutting the product of the full speed machine, means for associating the two products, and means for folding the associated products in either direction and for delivering them as one product.

17. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting the product of the machine running at a slower speed into sheets, means for accelerating the speed of the cut sheets to the speed of the full speed machine, means for associating the cut product with the uncut product from the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full speed machine, and means for folding the associated products in either direction and for delivering them as one product.,

18. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a. slower speed than the-other, 'webturners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine,- means for cutting the product of the machine running at a slower speed into sheets, means for associating the cut product with the uncut product from the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full speed machine, and means for folding the associated 'productsin either direction and for delivering them as one product.

19. The combination of twoweb printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, and is adapted to act on separate webs of paper coming from two rolls, one of which is of a different color or quality, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the web of the slow speed machine having a di'flerent color, web turners for turning a portion of the full speed machine so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, means for associating the product of each machine into a separate product, means for cutting the two products, means for associating the two portion of the product of one machine later allyin one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, webturners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual products of each machine,

means for cutting and collecting two cutsfrom "the full speed machine, means for cutting the half speed product into sheets,-

means for accelerating the thus cut sheets of the half speed product to the speed of the full speed product, means for associating one cut of thehalf speed -machine with the collected product of the full speed machine, and

means for folding the associated 1products in either direction and delivering t em' as one product.

21. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at half the speed of the other, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it wlith l its 'companlon portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual products of each machine, means for cutting and collecting two outs fromthe full speed machine, means for cutting the half speed product into sheets, means for associating one cut of" the half speed machine with the collected product of t e full speed machine, and means for folding the associated products in either direction and delivering them as one product,

22. The combination of two web printin machines, one of which runsata slower spee than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the product or a portion of the product of the slow speed ma chine, web turners for, turning a ortion of the product of one machine latera ly in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from'the same machine, web turners for turning a portion ofthe product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its com- 1 the jeratmg the speed of the cut roduct of the panion ortion from the said other machine, means or again associating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting product of both machines and for accelslow speed machine to that o the full speed machine, means for associating the two products, and means for folding and delivering the associated roducts as one product.

23. The com ination of two web printing "machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the'other, additional printing cylinders :for givin an" imprint on the product or a :portion 0 the productofthe slow speed ma- I chine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally one direction so as to associate it with its com panion portion from thesame machine, 'web turners for turning a' portion of the'product,

er the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so ,as to associate it with its com- 'panion ortion from the said other machine, means or again associating the individualproduct of e ch machine, means for cutting th'e'product of both machines, means for as- .sociating the two products, and means for folding and delivering the associated products as one product. e I

24. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for 'giving'anim rint on the roduct or portion of the prox uct of the s ow speed machine, web turners for turninga ortion of the product of one machine 'latera ly in one direction so as to associate it with its comp'anion portion from thesame machine, web turners for turning a portion of, the product of the-other machine laterally in the 0p I site direction so as to associate itwith its companion portion from the said other ma-- chine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine, means for so as to associate it with its companion portion ate it with its companion portion from ucts with that .additionalprintlng cylinders as the outside cutting the product of both machines and for accelerating the speed of the' cut product of the slow speed machine to that of the full speed machine, means for associating the two products, and means for folding the associated products in either direction and delivering them as one product.

25. The combination oftwo web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the product or por tion of the product of the slow speed machine, web turners for turning a portion of the prodct of one machine laterally in one direction from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating thev individual product of each machine, means for cutting the product of both machines, means for associating the two products, and means for. folding the associated products in either direction and delivering them as one product.

26. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the 1product or a portion of the product 0 the slow speed machine, web turners for turning a ortion of the product of one machine latera ly in one direction so as to associthe same machine, web turners for turning a ortion of the product of the other machine aterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting the product of both machines and for accelerating the s eed of the cut product of-the slow speed mac line to that of the full speed machine, means for associating the two products, and means for folding and delivering the associated prodportion acted upon by the cover.

27. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printingcylinders for giving an imprint on the prod not or portion .of the product of the slow speedmachine', web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion. from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the prodnot of the other machine laterally in the op-" posit-c direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for aga'1n'assoc1at1ngthe 111(l1- vidual product of each machine, means for cutting the roduct of both machines, means for associating the two products, and means for folding and delivering the associated products with that portion acted u on by the additional printing cylinders as t e outside cover.

28. The combination of two web printing .machines, one of which runs at a slower means for cuttingthe product of the machine running at a slower speed into sheets, means for accelerating the speed of the cut sheets to the speed of the full speed machine,

means for associating the cut sheets with the uncut product of the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full s eed machine, and means for folding and elivering the associated products as one product. I

29. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for. givin an imprint on the product or a portion 0 the product of the slow speed machine, web turners for turning a portion of the roduct of one machine laterally in. one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting the product of the machine running at a slower speed into sheets, means for associating the cut sheets with the uncut roduct of the fullspeed machine, means or cutting the product of the full s eed machine, and means for folding and elivering the associated products as one product. I

30. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for givin an imprint on the product or a portion 0 the product of the slow speed machine, web turners 'for turnin a portion of the roduct of one machine aterally in one direction so as to. associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally for associating the cut sheets with the uncut" product of the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full speed machine, and means for folding the associated products in eitherdirection and delivering them as one product.

31; The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower cylinders for giving an imprint on the prod-' not or a portion of the product of the slow speed machine, web turners for turning V portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it speed than the other, additional printingwith its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion a of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine,

meansfor cutting the product of the machine running ata slower speed into sheets, means for associating the out sheets with the uncut product of the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full speed machine, and means for folding the associated products in either direction and delivering them as one product. I v

32. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the other, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the product or a portion of the product of the slow speed machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite directionso as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting the product of the machine running at a slower speed into sheets, means for accelerating the speed of the cut sheets to the speed of the full speed machine, means for associating the cut sheets with the uncut product of the full'speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full speed machine, and means for folding and delivering the associated products with the web or that portion of the web acted upon bythe additlonal printing cylinders as the outside cover.

33. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at a slower,

speed machine, web turners for turning a,

portion of the product of one machine r erally in one dII'BGtiOHSO asto associate .it

with its companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a port on of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to sociate it with its companion portion 'from the said other machine, means foragain associating the individual product of-each machine, means -for cutting the product of 'the machinerunning at a slower speed into sheets,

means for associating the cut sheets with theuncut prOduct of the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the full speed machine,rand means for folding and delivering the associated products with the web" or'that portion of the web acted upon by the additional printing cylinders as the outside cover. 7

- 34. The combination of two web printin machines, one of which runs-at a slow er spee than the other and adapted to act on separate webs of paper coming from two rolls, one of whichis of a different quality or color, additional printing Icylindfers for acting on the web of different quality. or color, web turners for turning a portion'of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion'from' the same machine, web turners for turnin a portion of the product of the other maclune aterally in the opposite direction so I as'to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again asso ciating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting both products, and accelerating'the speed of the 1 roduct of the slow speed machine, means or. associatin the two products, and means for folding and delivering the associated; products as one product. p I v 35. The combination of two web printing machines, one of-which r-unsata slower speed than the other and'adapted to; act on se arate webs of paper comlng from.-tw o ro Is, one of which is of a different quality or color, additional fprinting cylinders for acting on the web of di erent quality or color, web

turners-for turning a portion of the'product of one machine later ly in one direction so as to associate it withits com anion portion from the same machine, we turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite'direction so as to associateit with its companion portion from thesaid, other machine, means for again associating the individual product of each machine, means for cutting both products, means for associating the two products, and

speeds, former folders than the other and adapted turners for turnersfor turning a as to associate it with its means for folding anddelivering the. associated products as one product.

' '36; The combination of two'web printing machines, means for'drivingthe said printing machines atthe same seed or at different or associating the webs of the two printing machines when the latter runs at the same speed, web turnersfor @associating the webs of each printing machine into se arate products before thesaid,

-webs reacht e former folders, when the ma:

chines run at different speeds, and means for cuttin associating, folding and delivering 'thewe s coming from theformer-folders as 'one product whether the printing machines run atthe same speed orat different speeds. 80

37. The combination of two former folders,-a pair of cutting cylinders, means for guiding the we'hscoming from both former ,foldersto'the cuttingcylinders, a printingv ,"mach'ine located between one of the former 35 folders and the cutting-cylinders, a sheet path between the. printing machine and the cutting-cylinders, sheet cutting and acceler ating meanslocated'in said sheet path and means for guiding the web from one of the formerfolders whenthesaid web runs at les's 'f' speed than the, other through the printing machine. and sheet path aforesaid to' thecilttingLcylinders, aforesaid. 1

, 38. The combination of two web printing 9 machines, one of which runs at a slower speed than the othl landgadapted to actEon se arate.wbsljoftypaper coming from two ro ls,-oneof which is of a different quality-or 00101", additional rinting cylinders for actin on the web of'di erent quality or color, we turners for turninga ortion of the product of'onemachine laterally in one direction so as to associate 'itwith its companion portion from the same ,rnachine, web turners 'gfor' turning a. portion of the product of the other- ,machine laterally inthe {opposite direction a Soas to associate it'withitsj companion ,por-

tion from 'the said other machine, means for againassociating the individual product-of each machine, means forcutting ;h,'otl 1 p rodnets and accelerating'the speed of theprod: I not of theslowv speed mach1ne, me ans forassociating Y the two products, and for? folding and delivering the; associated'prod 1 15:

nets with the web of a different color orqnality as the outside cover. 1

39.- The combination of two 'weblprintin machines, one of which runs at a slower speed rate webs of pa or coming from two ro ls, one ofwhich is o a different qualityor color," 1 additional fprinting cylinders for actingom the web, 0 diiferentqualitvor color," (web.-

of one machine latera ly in one "direction so companion portion from the same machine, web tumors for turnto acton se ai ortionof the product I ing a di'tioh (if th product of the bther machine atntlly in the opijdite dii'fectibiiso as to zissbci'alt it with it's dbinpsihjdii. 'portich from the s idtther mathine, means for. agai associatiiig' the individiial p odutt of each ma chihfe', means fof cjutting btth prbducts', means f'or as sbqi ating th'twb p oducts, and maths for ftldi'n and dhve'rin' .th 'sso t ated prodiitt wit the web of a dlflifit color or quality as the 'outsid e' cbvi. I

40, The comb atidntf two wgb Erintihg ms chings, o'he Ofwhich ruiis at half t (3 speed of the qther, additional rintin cylinders for gilv pf n 0 i. @P' d ilfc 8 15b i .p fb ict th t i i i d .I' lchine; web miner's foitlir'riing-a pdrtibh bf.

. the product of tire mathinmtmuy in one I to v vi PI i O t dir'ctidil Sb as to dSSQOiatb it with it's cpi'r'ri} tmo n poi tio'h from the same m g; he, Lv'veb tui n'er ft r urning a portion of. tu product of the bthi mdchine laterallytih the f ci' 'posite dir'titin so as tdhssdciate it f wit its mp b b i i i f o he a d th' c in mans'f in ts bc t thd fl P dil P1 6 01 f. 985 .11 m c ine, 3 8 1 1 cutting aha ttnet ihg two cuts of th p'r dqc speed mdrihi'n, means for cuttin t ra n e het tfli ha f s'pejd machine t6 the 'sped of th fiill $Pe' d machine; iiiiihs foi' asdiatin g' th sheets from th'e'rhdlf 'sged iiiidchine with the 001- lected rqdiict 0 the Speed mhthi p, and ine'ali for fcldjngtnd dehvering the 's'ts'sociittd products as one pro'd'lict, v j v 41. TI1" cbmbinatloii bftwd 'web iBrinti'ng iiiz'tqhines, d ri'e 'of which miiis at half t 9 speed Of the other, additional fil'iiitili oyliiiders for ev prt uct tr-a portio' i of the pr d of th h speed m tw bi m rsfo .tmmn Pq t ni f 0 Pr d c o e nd t ate fi yihfl dlti n q qci w h t 0 ii i n por 'xi f om t me mach i f t we timersior urning at P5 1 of=t ...'1. 6f the other machine laterally iii thjo, p sit direzititn Sjo t6 33 .0 'at'e lts cb'mpahioh ortion from th said pther mthi means vfo .aga ii tjs oq ti he., n i'i iiit P fiQ't f:e@h-. ii5 flit i g n bdlle ti ig w llfibf the of the full speed maqmne means for ctltt ng tlj'l'e product of the s 'pegd Ihaghiii, I Ii GTaQI IS f assobisttihg the shetis fro'm the half sf eed mat-"millet of run net (if thefhalf sped machine, mean "sped f th 1111 .sptedmathine; mtiis for asbciitting th hets from the ha f 3 'ged math-int with the ttnatttd product the full eta machine, tnq means for idldif nd ke ive m t e. a s mte i d ctls that pdptibh actd "oii by t '6 additibiial p ntmac'yl fid sti Q 6 c er? V.

43, he c mbin tionpf two web. Printin mac -t b tfw ii h a f he: heet of tH other, gdditibnal cyliiidr qr giviilg a i pr i t app-1: lictyor @Pii i n Pr d fct .dfh lf pe' d m h web tu'rners or, turn n a prtion of e prbd uctof one mabhinh l atjr'a 1y input diic'titji s as. tfiss b. it htif s ptniQn. p t.- tion from th ail'ie mfichih web tli'rhrs for ma -l nt lat ally thpppbsite ditectibn so astt tssi bit with its cbmpahibii is 'rtioh from th aid o'thei' machin ,m'etiis; fcn g i n-fl dqii ilg h n i di a p o uc chm i tme n rf r fl ti d COM Q ing. two but of th product of the 1111, speed mahin rh ledhs for gutting th product of the half speed machine, ihahs for asstittihgltht sheets fr m th half; speecl machine withth cblle'q't'ejd' prbdiict o the 111 sped mfibhiile, iidii 's" b' fOldi d ive i- '105 m t t sst i ttdpr dttt with that por ion acte'diipbh by thg tdditiohal printing bylind'e'rs asth fidg ,cio'v' 'rt t v 4-. h bbi b at f 'wb. b, t i machines; one (if whith runs at half ofthe othe r a d is adapted to act oh set- 'Iii Web i 'P i -"f bm g FY0111 W rb Whi hi i l q idl y 0 0 1 iii i t yl i'd fo g i g an bf the half dutt of the othr machine for associating the product of the half s eed machine with the collectedproduct o the ,full s eed' machine, and means for foldingand, elivering the associated products as one product.

45. The combination of two web printing machines, one of which runs at half, the speed of the other and is adapted to act on separate webs of paper coming from two rolls, one of which is of a different quality or color, additional prlntin cylinders for giving an imprint on the di erently' colored web, web turners for turning a portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the same, machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of'the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual products of each machine, means forcutting and collecting two outs of the product of the full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the half speed machine, In ans for associating the product of the hal speed machine with the collected product of the full 1 speed machine, and means for folding and delivering the associated products as one product. 1

46. The combination of two web printin machines, one of which runs at half the speed of the other and is adapted to act on separate webs of paper coming from two rolls, one of which is of a different quality or color, addi tional printing 0 linders for giving an imprint on the di erently colored web, web

turners for turning a-portion of the product of one machine laterally in one direction. so

as to associate itwithits companion portion from the same machine, web turners for turning a portion of the product of the other machine laterally in the opposite direction so as to associate it with its companion portion from the said other machine, means for again associating the individual. products of each machine, means for cuttin and collecting two outs of the productof t e full speed machine, means for cutting the product of the .halfspeed machine, means for accelerating the out sheets of the half speed machine to v the speed of the fullspeed machine, means for associating the product of the half speed machine with the collected product of the full speed machine, and 'means for folding and delivering the associated productswith the differently colored web as the outside COVGI'.

47. The combination of two weblprinting machines,' one of which runs at half the speed of the other'and is adapted to act on separate webs of paper coming from two .rolls, one of which is of a diflerent quality or color, additional printing cylinders for giving an imprint on the differently colored web, web turners for turning a portion ofthe product of one machine laterally in one difull speed machine, and means for folding and delivering the associated products with the differently colored web as the outside cover.

Signed at New York this 15th day of May,

WALTER SCOTT. Witnesses:

WILLIAM BARNES,

AXEL V. BEEKEN'.

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB41F13/54