National Geographic : 1918 Mar
For more than half a century important business, legal, and state papers have been written with the ink that never fades. ANFORDS iIIh 2"N K 0i5A13( SODEER3HR TOWNSEND'S TRIPLEX The Greatest Cuts a Grass-cutter Swath on Earth 86 Inches Wide Floats Over the Uneven Ground as a Ship Rides the Waves One mower may be climbing a knoll, the second skimming a level,while the third pares a hollow. Drawn by one horse and operated by one man, the TRIPLEX will mow more lawn in a day than the best motor mower ever made; cut it better and at a fraction of the cost. Drawn by one horse and operated by one man, it will mow more lawn in a day than any three ordinary horse-drawn mowers with three horses and three men. Does not smash the grass to earth and plaster it in the mud in springtime, neither does it crush the life out of the grass between hot rollers and hard, hot ground in summer, as does the motor mower. The public is warned not to purchase mowers infringing the Townsend Patent. No. 1,209,519, December 19th, 1916. Write for catalog illustf ating all types of Lawn Mowers. S. P. TOWNSEND & CO. 27 Central Avenue Orange, New Jersey "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."