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The United States miller
Vol. 19 (1885)

The United States miller. Vol. 19, no. 2,   pp. [33]-64 PDF (17.4 MB)


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E. HARRW N CAXWKUE. VOL. 19; No. 2.        MILWAUKEE, JUNE, 1885.       
                  TimMRa J 3!.OOa Year In Advanes
--     I Mingle Copies 10 Centb.
,FUL FROM THE START!
bUl1T HOPE KILLS UD KaL9AS STEAl ELEVATOR.
                        MOLUAN, ILL, Deo. 18tl
SW. P. ALLIS & CO., Uhl1wukes, WM.
1R SIRS: -I cheerfully accept the New Rolle
wve built in the plsoe where the old buhr
Inery were taken out, and must may that it :
expeotations in every respect, In workmanal
' our' produced.
                     RepeotfuHlly Yours,
                                                C. C
UDELL'S HOLLER MILL SYSTEM
I n                            number of mils.u.uau, on hard and sort wheat,
and 1 meeting with unparaileled
suess". AUl the mills now running on this system are doing very fine
andelo e wrork, and we are in recoiptof the most flattering letters from
   er. Referencesandletters of Introducton to parties usingthe
e Rolls and System, will be furnihed on aileatilon to all who de
sire to Investigate.              p    o   l  h  e
           4@dlls RllwMill*
Invented and Patented by U. H. ODLL, the builder of several of the
   largest and best Gradual Reduction Plour Mills In the country.
AN ESTABLISHED SUCCESSI
         We Invite particular attention to the following
  POINTS O° SUPERIORITY
p=,oed by the Odell Roller Mill over all competitors, all of which are
yroadi eovered by patents, and cannot be used on any other machine.
  1.- t is driven entirely with belts, which are so arranged as to be
equivalent to gIvin each of the four rolls a se arate driving-belt from
he powrer sha  thus obtaining a positive di  renti motionwhleh
cannot be had with short belts.
  2. It Il theonly Roller Mill In market which can Instantly be
stopped without throwing of the driving-belt or that bas ade
quate tightener devices for taking up the streteh of 'the driving-belts.
  8. I in the only Roller Mill in which one move meat of a hand
lever spreads the rolls apart and shuts off the foed at the memo
time. The reverse movement of this lever bring, the rolls back again
exactly Into working position and at the same time turns on the
feed.
  4. It is the only Holler Mil In whlob the movable roll-bearings may
b~eadusted tio and from the stationary roll-bearings without dfiturb-
  6. Our Corrugation is a decided advance over all others. It pro-
ueee a more even granulation, more middlings of uniform  shape
and aim. and cl-ean the bran better.
     wz US 101 UT IN BulT ASOIU ROLLS.
  Our Corrugation differs from all others, and produces less Break
Plour and   ddlngs of Better Quality.
  Mill owners adopting our Roller Mills will have the benefit of Mr.
Odell's advlce. and oiongexperlenee In arramrngin -IIIl .9nterl
nachines on short notice. r For- afurther i o n i'Tn eeroo
          STILWELL & BIERCE MAINUFACTURING CO., DAYTON, O., U. S. A.
I*   for Ib Fuis 1iig Cot  .     or, GEOINE C. PETJEN, Semi Traveinlg Agt.
for tko Nortwet, leob"loa HNuo, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
GE
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I !!.1,!1!%su00_essfuI openktion Irv a large number of mills. hnth I.-
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jr or letter to the sole manntsatum-


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