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It is easily and quickly disconnected to give
access to form in front of cylinder, in which posi-
tion press can be run.

The extreme rigidity of the Optimus makes
it extremely fast in make-ready, and this added
to its unequaled speed in operation makes it the
fastest two-revolution in use. At highest speed
it runs easily and almost noiselessly, the quietest
known. It is the only press that does not gutter.
We emphasize the advantage of the Optimus
in its little need of repairs. It is a real, positive,
extraordinary fact. Optimus simplicity, Optimus
strength, Optimus construction make repairs
practically nothing during the life of the press.
Not only is money saved, but delays that aggra-
vate and disorganize are avoided.

Opttrruis Center-Girt and Tracks




Dimensions, Speed and Weight of Optimus Presses

Each press is boxed, and delivered f . o. b. cars or dock at factory, and is furnished with steam fixtures
(or arranged for belt attached electric motor) ; one set cast rollers, one extra set roller cores, counter,
slitter, wrenches, oil cans, and hard packing.



NO.


NO. OF
ROLLS


SIZE OF
BED


SIZE OF
MATTER


GUARAN-
TEED
SPEED

PER HOUR


FOUNDATION


SPACE OVER ALL


SHIPPING
WEIGHT


3


2


26 x 32 in.


21 x 27 in.


3.000


7 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 10 in


9 ft. 10 in. x 6 ft. 7 in.


7,500


4


2


27 x 39 in.


23 x 36 in.


2.800


7 ft. 8 in. x 4 ft. 5 in.


10 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 2 in.


8,200


43


3


28 x 41 in.


24 x 37 in.


2.500


8 ft. 1 in. x 4 ft. 7 in.


10 ft. 6 in. x 8 ft.


10.150


5


4


30 x 43 in.


25 x 38 in.


2.400


S ft. 11 in. x 5 ft.


11 ft. 9 in. x 8 ft. 8 in.


.14,500


6


4


34 x 47 in.


29 x 42 in.


2,100


9 ft. 10 in. x 5 ft. 5 in.


13ft. x 9ft. 2 in.


16,500


7


4


36 x 52 in.


31 x 47 in.


1.900


10 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 10 in.


14 ft. 4 in. x 9 ft. 8 in.


19,000


9


4


39 x 55 in.


34 x 50 in.


l.SOO


lift. Sin. x 6 ft. 1 in.


15 ft. 4 in. x 10 ft.


21,000


10


4


41 x 55 in.


36 x 50 in.


1.700


11 ft. 9 in. x 6 ft. 1 in.


16 ft. 2 in. x 10 ft.


22,100


11


4


45 x 63 in.


40 x 58 in.


1.600


12 ft. 3 in. x 6 ft. 9 in.


16 ft. 9 in. x 10 ft. 8 in.


23,300


12


4


47 x 66 in.


42 x 61 in.


1.500


12 ft. 6 in. x 7 ft.


17 ft. 10 in. x 10 ft. 11 in.


24,800



Form Rollers for Nos. 3 to 6. inclusive, are three inches in diameter; on No. 7 and larger, three and a
half inches. Form and table rollers interchangeable on No. 43 and larger.



BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S



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PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



THE STANDARD AND REGULAR DRUM CYLINDER PRESSES




Babcock Standard Press

The Standard in sizes Nos. 6 and 7 is used on weekly and daily editions of newspapers in the smaller cities ;
by publishers of monthly religious, medical, insurance, women's and other journals; for reprints of popular
fiction, etc. In some instances presses are equipped with automatic feeders, and a heavy output is secured.

This press presents a great advantage in its bed drive, a perfect and mechanically correct motion for
operating a reciprocating bed, and the best ever used on a drum cylinder. To this more than to any other
thing, except painstaking construction, is due its almost noiseless operation, its little wear to forms, its
exact register and high speed. It has a patented high fountain, affording much greater distribution than
is usual in the rack and screw press; has noiseless safety gripper action, air springs, back-up, controlled
sliders, adjustable fly fingers, counter and slitter. The eccentric roller bearings make it possible to quickly
throw form rollers out of action, and then to pass an unlocked form back and forth under them without
picking up type. Handy when making changes on press.

Th* Standard is very satisfactory as a job press. Nos. 2 and 4 are used almost entirely by job printers.
No. 2 is particularly handy for all sorts of work, taking a 19 x 25 sheet and less. One customer who keeps
several pony Standards busy, objects to sending us specimens of high grade work because he does not wish
printers generally to know that his splendid work (in colors of many printings) is produced on a press
of low cost.

We make the Standard with table distribution also, and call it the Regular. This style of distribution
is preferred by a number, and for some classes of work it is better than
the other. It offers those advantages which make this distribution es-
sential on two-revolution presses. It gives a thorough breaking and
working of the ink, and furnishes an even and uniform supply to form
rollers.

The No. 4 takes a 25x38 sheet, and prints a seven-column folio; the
No. 6 prints a six-column quarto, and the No. 7 a
seven-column quarto. Like all Babcock presses
each machine is a specimen of high-class mechanical
construction and finish, from materials the best
possible to obtain, and each is furnished with steam
fixtures complete (or arranged for electric motor) .
one set cast rollers, one extra set roller stocks,
counter, slitter, hard packing (or rubber blanket),
wrenches and oil cans. Boxed and crated, and de-
livered f. o. b. cars at factory.

Please see extended description on page 176. Babcock Regular Press

DIMENSIONS, SPEEDS AND WEIGHTS OF STANDARD AND REGULAR PRESSES

Babcock Standard Two-Roller Presses










GUARANTEED






SHIPPING




SIZE OF BED




SPEED PER HR.




8


WEIGHT


2
4
6

7


22 x 27 inches
27i x 40 inches
33i x 48 inches
38 x 51 inches


17i x 23 inches
23 x 36 inches
28i x 44 inches
33 x 47 inches


2,400
2.200
1,800
1,700


5 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 5 in.
6 ft. 8 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
7 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 2 in.
8 ft. 10 in. x 5 ft. 6 in.


8 ft. 6 in. x 6 ft. 4 in.
10 ft x 8 ft. 1 in.
11 ft. 4 in. x 8 ft. 9 in.
12 ft. 4 in. x 9 ft, 5 in.


5,750

8,300
9,600
11,000



Babcock Regular Two-Roller Presses



2
4
6
7


22 x 27 inches
27} x 40 inches
33i x 48 inches
38 x 51 inches


17i x 23 inches 2.400
23 x 36 inches 2.200
28i x 44 inches 1,800
33 x 47 inches 1.700


5 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 5 in.
6 ft. 9 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.
7 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 2 in.
8 ft. 10 in. x 5 ft. 6 in.


9ft. 3 in. x6 ft. 4 in.
10ft. 10 in. x8 ft. 1 in.
12ft. 2 in. x8 ft. 9 in.
12ft. 11 in. x9 ft. 5 in-


5,950
8,700
9,900
11,500



For Silver-Gloss Steel Electric-Welded Chases see pages 902-908
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PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



THE BABCOCK FAST NEWS AND JOB EXPRESS PRESSES




New No. 7 Express Press

A speed of 2600 an hour is high for a flat-bed press large enough to print four pages of a seven-column
quarto. If it can do this easily, and still do better quite as well, it must have attractions for the dailv pub-
lisher in the small cities, especially if the price is as enticing as the press itself.

The Babcock No. 7 Express has a bed 38x51, with a short run, and a three-to-one star gear. Its speed
lies in these. The short run of bed requires a special inking arrangement. This consists of a fountain,
with the usual composition rollers, vibrator and ductor, back of cylinder. The two form rollers here do
not quite cover the form. In front of cylinder there is a form roller with geared vibrator that passes en-
tirely over the form, and equalizes the ink over its whole surface, including the narrow strip at the front
of bed not previously covered by the rollers in the rear. The arrangement is both efficient and sufficient:
in fact it has been used for years on the Babcock Dispatch fast press, with even a shorter bed run.

In front of cylinder the bed is entirely free for putting on and taking off of forms, for changes and
corrections. Motor drive is quickly possible. The press is constructed in the most substantial manner,
with Babcock quality throughout. It does excellent work at speed, and is shipped complete with every
necessary part, so that when installed, with form on bed and ink in fountain, it is ready for business, and
a lot of it.

The No. 3 (Pony) Express is away ahead of anything of the kind ever made. It possesses all of

our patented features with some that are its own ex-
clusively. Its great speed (3600 an hour), its ease and
smoothness in operation, its accuracy in register, make
it valuable for everything within the compass of two
rollers no matter how fine or exact it may be. No
quality needed in first class printing has been neglected.
There is, too, a lot of low priced work that can be
done on this machine at a profit because of its low cost
and high speed.

Compared with the Pony Standard, a very popular
small drum, the No. 3 Express, printing a 21x28 sheet,
is larger, heavier, stronger, and fifty per cent faster.
It is, in our opinion, the ideal pony drum, and we
recommend it unreservedly for all work within its
capacity.

The description of the No. 7 Express on page 178
No 3 Express Pony does not a PP ! y to the later New No - ~ shown here.




DIMENSIONS, SPEED AND WEIGHT OF FAST EXPRESS PRESSES

Each machine is supplied with steam fixtures, or arranged for belt attached electric motor, one set cast
rollers, one extra set roller stocks, counter, slitter, rubber blanket, wrenches and oil cans. Jogger is
included with both. Boxed and delivered f. o. b. car at factory.



NO.


SIZE OF BED


SlZE OF MATTER


GUARANTEED
SPEED PER HR.


FOUNDATION


SPACE OVER ALL


SHIPPING
WEIGHT


3

7


24x31 inches
38x51 inches


184x27 inches
33 x47 inches


3,600
2.600


6ft. s in. x 3 ft. 9 in.
9 ft. 94 in. x 5 ft. 6 in.


10ft. x7ft. 4 in.
13ft. 9in.x9ft. lOin.


7.100
13,500



For Silver-Gloss Steel Electric-Welded Chases see pages 902-908
BARNHART BROS. & SPINDLER'S 962 SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



THE DOUBLE-FEED DISPATCH NEWSPAPER PRESS




Faster than the No. 7 Express, heavier, and only for newspaper and like work, is the Double-Peed
Dispatch. It is an old favorite and is intended particularly for the printing of the daily in the smaller
cities. It is the fastest single cylinder flat-bed press of its size ever made, either drum or two-revolution.
The bed runs just far enough to print the form, which is inked from both ends. For this purpose there is a
high fountain, with vibrators and rollers, in front, and another in rear of cylinder. The short run of the
bed has the advantage of materially reducing the size of the cylinder, which is not as large as it would be
in an ordinary drum having bed of same size. The driving gear is three-to-one, and this with its heavy
construction, short travel and double inking, gives a speed unknown to other flat-bed machines. It is quite
as simple to operate as the ordinary drum.

Its special service alone has been considered, without any attempt to fit the Dispatch for anything else.
For its purpose it has no rival. It is the only machine of its kind, and fills the gap between the ordinary
drum and the perfecting press. For evening editions of 3500 or so there is no press as satisfactory. A
larger morning edition can be printed as then there is more time.

The Dispatch is made in one size only, a seven-column quarto, bed 39x52 inches, with a speed, on a good
foundation, of 3000 per hour.

On special orders it can be built single-feed, which has as great speed as the double-feed; but this style
requires the services of a very expert feeder to utilize the full capacity of the press. The double-feed
permits the use of two feeders, each of whom is required to'handle sheets to half the speed of the machine
with a greater certainty of securing it. A double-feed can be run as a single-feed, the change requiring but a

moment's time. It is usual to run the first side with
one feeder, and the last with two. Either feed-
board may be used with one feeder, and but one
folder is necessary. Either feeder has full con-
trol of the press.

Compared with a flat-bed perfecting press the
Dispatch possesses all the advantages required
for the average circulation in the small cities.
Not only does the former cost more than twice as
much, but it requires more power, more space,
higher priced labor, and the wastes are greater.
Add the depreciation and interest on the in-
creased cost, and the whole makes the expense for
printing the average country daily antagonistic
to an adequate profit, and far in excess of that
incurred should the Dispatch be used. This ma-
chine requires a small investment, ordinary skill
and experience, little power, little space, and
makes little waste. It most satisfactorily solves
the principal problem confronting the publishers
All there is of the Optimus Driving Motion o f papers within its capacity.

DIMENSIONS, SPEED AND WEIGHT OF BABCOCK DOUBLE-FEED DISPATCH PRESS

Each press furnished with steam fixtures, or arranged for belted electric motor, one set cast rollers,
one extra set roller stocks, counter, slitter, rubber blanket, wrenches, and oil cans. Boxed and delivered
f . o. b. cars at factory.








GUARANTEED




SHIPPING






SPEED PER HR.




WEIGHT



7 I



39x52 inches



34x47 inches



3000



10 ft. 7 in. x 5 ft. 8 in. 17 ft. 8 in. x 9 ft. 10 in. 16,800



For Silver-Gloss Steel Electric-Welded Chases, see pages 902-908.



POINT-LINE. POINT-SET, POINT-BODY



963



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



THE LOW-PRICED RELIANCE DRUM




The Reliance Drum Cylinder Press



This press is made in one size only, to print a six-column quarto. It is a high-class drum cylinder for
the smaller offices where but one cylinder press is needed for both newspaper and job work. It is made
with either rack and screw, or table distribution. Has air springs, and is tapeless. All gears are cut.
With its noiseless safety gripper motion, it runs easily and quietly at the guaranteed speed of 1500 an
'hour. Eccentric form roller bearings are furnished by means of which it is possible to quickly lock the
form rollers in place, or to throw them out of contact with vibrator and form. In this last position an un-
locked form can be passed back and forth under the rollers without picking out type, an arrangement that
will be appreciated when changes on press are necessary.

The Reliance is thoroughly well built. It is the best ever made in its class. It is sold at a low price
to be the most satisfactory machine at anywhere near its cost. As we have been selling it for a quarter
of a century or more, our experience with hundreds of them has been most satisfactory, and has been
sufficiently long to be of the utmost value to our customers. We recommend this machine unreservedly
for all work within its capacity.

We sell many more of the rack and screw style of distribution than of the table. The latter costs
something more, and perhaps that has something to do with the sales: but if one has quite an amount of
job work to do, running from posters to good book and circular work, the table distribution is the best.
It not only gives a more thorough breaking and working of the ink, but often it is possible to make a short
run in a color without washing up the fountain, the ink being put on the table with a brayer. This will
be a considerable saving in time and ink.

With rack and screw distribution, where the fountain is close to the cylinder, the bed is readily ac-
cessible from the front of the press, and forms are more quickly placed and lifted than with table distri-
bution, where forms must be handled from rear of press after removing fly.

One user says: "The Free Press is printed on a Bab-
cock Reliance Country press, with table distribution. It
is a good press, and has done me excellent service for five
years. It will do poster work, and all job press work re-
quired in a country office. The press work on the paper
speaks for itself. "

Workmanship and materials are of the best. Each
press is furnished with steam fixtures complete (or ar-
ranged for belt attached electric motor), one set of cast
rollers, one extra set of roller stocks, rubber blanket,
wrenches and oil cans. Boxed and crated, and delivered
f . o. b. cars at factory.

This press is further described on page 176. Reliance Drum Cylinder, Table Distribution




DIMENSIONS, SPEED AND WEIGHT OF LOW-COST BABCOCK RELIANCE PRESS



NO.

6


SIZE OF BED


SIZE OF MATTER


GUARANTEED
SPEED PER HR.


FOUNDATION


SPACE OVER ALL


SHIPPING
WEIGHT


33i x 46i inches


28i x 42 inches


1,500


7 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft.


lift. 4 in. x 8 ft. 7 in.


7,500



For Silver-Gloss Steel Electric-Welded Chases, see pages 902-908.
BARNHART BROS. & SPINDtER'S 964 SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



THE DIAMOND CYLINDER PRESS

The Diamond is the up-to-date press for the country
publisher. It is made to meet his wants and in design,
material, construction and workmanship, the highest
standard is maintained. The frame is strong and com-
pact. The iron being put where it is needed and the
appearance of the machine is fine and symmetrical.

The ink fountain is the celebrated Challenge Book
Fountain, with screws conveniently placed to regulate
the supply, furnishing the ink to a ductor roller which
then carries it in turn to a vibrating roller resting upon
the two form rollers. These ink the form in both di-
rections as it is carried back and forth on the bed of the
press beneath the cylinder. The rollers can be easily
and quickly removed for cleaning.

The cylinder is heavy and unyielding under the
impression strain; the journals at both ends run in anti-
friction, oil retaining roller bearings, a single, simple
screw and lock nut at each end of the cylinder adjusts
the impression to' a hair. The bed is heavy, finely
machine finished, evenly balanced; the motion is made
free and easy by bearing upon three anti-friction steel
rollers on the line of impression, making it absolutely
rigid. The feed board is large, made of white pine, var-
nished; has just enough pitch to insure easy feeding.
It has sockets to fit over supporting standards and can be removed instantly by simply lifting it off, and
can be put back without any adjustment of any kind. The sheets are neatly delivered by a fly, printed
side up, on a finely finished white pine delivery table. Circular.

No. 614 Steam Power Machine is a six-column folio ; size of bed 24 x 32i inches ; will print any smaller
size sheet without any special adjustment; floor space 40 x 43 inches; the delivery table ex-
tending 30 inches back of the frame; speed 900 to 1200 impressions per hour; shipping weight

2500 pounds $450.00

No. 4 Hand Power Machine is a six-column folio; size of bed 24 x 32i inches, will print any smaller
size sheet without any special adjustment; floor space 40 x 43 inches; the delivery table ex-
tending 30 inches back of the frame; speed 700 to 900 impressions per hour; shipping weight
2100 pounds $350.00

Each press is furnished with Felt Blanket, set of Cast Rollers, extra set of Roller Cores, Fly Table, Wrenches,
Oil Can and Screw Driver. The Steam Power Series, in addition to the above, has Tight and Loose Pulleys, Shifter
and Fly Wheel. Rubber Blanket furnished in place of Felt at an additional cost of $4.00. Felt Blanket complete
with trimmings, $18.60. Rubber Blanket complete with trimmings, $22.60. Steam Power Attachments (for Hand
Power Presses), $125.00.

PRESS BOARDS




28 x 42 inches, each $0.50

30 x 45 inches, each ... .60



40 x 60 inches, each $1.00

45 x 60 inches, each 1.20



ELECTRIC PROOF PRESS

This is a self-inking proof press which is designed to be operated by
an electric motor. Power required for an ordinary 16-candle power light
is ample to run the press, the expense for same being merely nominal. If
desired it may be operated by hand by using the crank attached to the
sprocket shaft at the right hand end of the bed, as shown in the illustra-
tion. The press stands on a strong pedestal, and the bed is supported by
four braces extending from the top of the pedestal to the four corners of
the bed. The motor is set on a strong bracket near the base of the ped-
estal at the rear, and is connected by a short belt with the friction clutch
pulley at the rear of the press at the right hand side. The depression of
the pedal at the base of the pedestal operates the friction clutch and
throws the pulley into mesh with the crank shaft. To stop the press it is
only necessary to release the pedal, thus throwing the pulley out of gear
and automatically applying a quick stop brake. The entire press is thor-
oughly made and finished, and is fully guaranteed for fast and accurate
work. It is being used successfully in some of the best and largest printing
and publishing offices in the country. Twenty-five proofs per minute can be easily taken,
that of four ordinary galley proof presses. It gives a sharp, clear impression over the whole f orm.-

Bed, 10 x 29 inches, with motor, complete

Bed, 12i x 29 inches, with motor, complete




In ordering, state voltage of current by which motor is to be driven. With each press a set of cast,
furnished.



equaling
-Circular.
..$210.0O
. . 265.00

rollers is



POINT-LINE, POINT-SET, POINT-BODY



965



QUALITY AND FINISH UNEQUALED



PRINTERS' FURNITURE AND TOOLS



PROOF PRESSES

This press is a great improvement over the old-style proof
press. The circumference of the cylinder or roller, is the
same measurement as the printing surface of the bed, the
cylinder revolving once from stop to stop. Notice particularly
that these are extra heavy machines. The No. 1 cylinder
weighs 85 pounds, and is ample weight for a full galley proof.
Other cylinders of proportionate weights. The cylinder is
covered with a felt blanket, and a brayer is furnished with
each press, excepting those without iron stands. Nos. 1 to 5
have shelf for paper underneath the cabinet. Circular.

SHIPPING WEIGHT PRICE

No. 0, 9 x27, with iron stand 219 Ibs. $ 25.00

No. 1, lOi x 32, with iron stand 235 Ibs. 30.00

No. 2, 16i x 35, with iron stand 430 Ibs. 40.OO

No. 3, 20 x 38, with iron stand 830 Ibs. 60.00

No. 4, 24 x 42, with iron stand 900 Ibs. 75.00

No. 5, 27 x54, with iron stand 1,300 Ibs. 125.00





These proof presses are the same style as those described
above, but without stand.



SHIPPING WEIGHT PRICE



No. 00, 9 x 27 bed 135 Ibs. $17.50

No. 01, lOi x32 bed 175 Ibs. 20.00

No. 02. 16i x 35 bed . . . . .345 Ibs. 30.0O



RELIANCE JOB-GALLEY PROOF PRESS

No. A. Will take on 14 x 20 job galley $24.50

No. B. Will take on 15 x 22 job galley, or two book or

double news galleys 27.50

No. C. Will take on 18 x 25 job galley, or two book or

double news galleys 35.00

Shipping weight: No. A. 200 pounds; No. B. 225 pounds; No.
C, 300 pounds.




PRESS POINTS




HALF S\ZE.



FULUSTCEJ

Price, per dozen
Wrench . .



These points are far superior to the old
method of driving nail or wire in wood furni-
ture to make holes in sheet, as they are screwed
in as far as the cross-bar with wrench fur-
nished, when they will stand the right height ;
or, for a larger hole in paper, screw the point
out. Circular.

$0.75

.75



PRINTER'S CARTS

No. 2 has double tongue, J-inch iron axle.
29i inches long; wheels 30 inches high; box
20 x 32 inches outside, and 9 and 10 inches
high. A very substantial and serviceable
cart for general work. Weight. 45 pounds.

No. 1, shown in cut, has double tongue or
handles, is made with I round iron axle. 34
nches long; wheels 36 inches high and one

inch tire; box, 23 x 40 inches, 10 inches high, and well ironed on
top. End-gates can be removed. Weight, 80 pounds.

No. 2 $ 7.50

No. 1 10.00

Extra wheels, 30 inches high, finished, per pair 4.50

Extra wheels. 36 inches high, finished, per pair .... 5.00




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SUPERIOR COPPER-MIXED TYPE



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UNIMATIC PUNCH No. 2

Has removable and interchangeable punch heads, adjustable side
and back stops, graduated scale for setting the heads and the
side stop. Thumb nuts conveniently located at the back of ma-
chine for locking heads in position. Will take from eight to

twenty-five sheets, and
punch holes any distance
apart from i to lOi inches
on any size sheet. Max-
imum distance from cen-
ter of hole to edge of
sheet for special heads
that can be used in ma-
chine is I inches. Punch
heads have punch guides
and die in one piece, be-
ing machined from solid

steel, which insures the

Front View iiu* f .-,. Back View

durability of the punch

and die. Punches are easily removed and can be sharpened with a round file by anyone. Machine fin-



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