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I"N presenting this catalog we desire to thank our customers for their liberal patronage in the past, and 
trust that our constant efforts to improve our machines, and thereby make them cheapen the cost 
of logging operations, may incline them to favor us with all the business they may have in our line, 
and the patronage of those who have not used our machinery. 

In these days of close competition, independent labor, and high price of stumpage, efficient labor- 
saving machinery constitutes a most important factor, and can not be ignored by the management of any 
concern who have any idea of manufacturing their output upon a profit carrying basis. 

We have had an extensive experience in Logging and Steam Logging Machinery, covering a period 
of twenty-five years, and desire to call particular attention to our STEAM LOGGING MACHINES for 
woods work; and for those who may have to load standard gauge cars to their full capacity, we would 
ask you to look into the merits of our Steam Logging Transfer Machine. 

Both of these machines are the direct outcome of our needs in logging as brought out by practical 
experience in getting logs out of bad places, and at a contract price at which other loggers, using crude 
methods, soon went out of business, and a great many times carried their lumber companies with them. 

The writer of this book has the very satisfactory experience to know that the plan of logging, as 
invented and carried out by him, proved not only profitable to himself, but the logs were delivered with 
such regularity and at such price as to make the company for whom the logs were gotten out, one of the 
very wealthiest companies now in the lumber business, though the territory from which the logs come 
has always been considered of the worst possible character for successful logging, and was turned down 
by several expert log and mill men fifteen years ago. 

Our method made the logs come regularly for them, and will do so for you if added to your logging 



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In the following pages we have shown a few cuts of our machines in operation and described their 
usefulness. We have shown only a few of the different classes or types of our machines. To show all 



we have in operation would require a catalog far exceeding the limits of a trade circular. 

We have built Logging Machines for all sorts of timber and all sorts of track, from 36" wooden 
track to standark 60-lb. rail, and we have had all sorts of experience in logging in our own work for one 
of the largest lumber companies, covering six counties, and logging almost all the logs for sawing one 
hundred and seventy-five thousand feet of boards each day for a great many years. 

We are in a position, with our wide experience, to finish the complete plans for the equipment of a 
logging outfit suitable for any size operations, and we are equipped to furnish machinery in our line of 
any special design and capacity. 

In our endeavor to meet increasing demands and to maintain the high reputation of our machinery, 
it has been necessary from year to year to increase the capacity of our works. 

Our draughting department is under our personal supervision. We proportion every piece of 
machinery that enters into our machines, each piece being made to meet the maximum strain and of 
ample size to allow for wear and durability. 

We have in mind that our machines are to be and are being successfully handled with cheap labor, 
and have succeeded in getting out a machine that does not require expert men nor expert prices. It 
is a thoroughly practical, strong, easily-kept-going machine. 

We study the requirements of our customers, and put forth our best efforts to furnish each the 
machine exactly suited to his requirements, and we have the very satisfactory knowledge that we have 
pleased all of our customers well, as attested by the great number of duplicate orders we have received 
and are receiving all the time. 

We invite correspondence, and will cheerfully answer any inquiry regarding any machine we build, 
and will be glad to give intending purchasers the benefit of our experience to obtain the best results. 

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This shows our machine ready for work at a new set-up. When locomotive returns they will 
back whole string of cars under and load the car next to locomotive first, from bed of logs on 
either or both sides of the track, which the machine has skidded while train has been gone to 
landing or mill. 

Vie guarantee this machine can be moved from one set-up to another and made ready to 
skid and load logs inside of five minutes. This extreme simplicity in moving reduces your logging 
(after logs have been cut) to very little more cost than loading them. It is simply Cutting Logs 
— Loading Logs — Train Expense. It is the "Simple Life" in logging, and has been reduced to 
this by a practical log man with over twenty years experience in all sorts of lands. 



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This shows our machine getting good logs out of very bad places, loading logs as fast as she 
skids them, working five men — full crew. In such places and with timber like this, the cost of 
skidding logs and loading them on the cars is less than it used to cost on the very best high open 
land, before we invented this machine. 

This means that you can log any sort of land in any sort of weather with this machine. 

See next page for sort of wood tracks used for economical logging. 









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longer than when built with ties — at least two to five times as long, because the motion of the 
wheels passing over does not rock the pole as it would a flat tie. Try this plan in one of your 
softest spots; for 36 inch gauge use poles S to 12 feet long — you will find it very economical. 
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they will load from ten to fifteen cars per day with two or three men to work them. 

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DIRECTIONS FOR SPLICING WIRE ROPE. 

A better splice can be made in wire rope than you can make in hemp rope, and it is just as easy to do; in fact, it is 
easier, except that the rope requires more force exerted to put the ends under. All the ropes we send out with our Log- 
ging Machines have six strands and a hemp core. The hemp core provides a place for fastening the ends, as it squeezes 
out of the way and lets the end that has been pushed between the other strands flatten itself down so that in a few days 
you can not tell where the splice has been put in. It is a plain, simple process and any one can learn to splice wire rope 
in thirty minutes by seeing some one else do it, and you can take these directions and two ends of rope and learn yourself 
in two hours. To make it perfectly plain to you, we have made a sketch here showing several positions and several of 
the operations in making the splice. We have taken a short piece of rope and laid it over two wheels and brought the 
ends together, and in this cut we show the ends drawn together with a small block and fall, but for ordinary splicing, with 
all the rope slack, it is not necessary to use a block and fall. 

At Fig. 2 we show the beginning of the operation with two ends of rope just after you have unraveled them about 
7} o or 8 feet back. The ropes must be wrapped so they will not unravel any further back than you intend them to. 
When you have brought the two ends of the rope together after unraveling them 7}'2 feet back, cut off the hemp core of 
each rope close up as shown in figure 2 and bring the bunches of strands together so that the opposite strands will inter- 
lock regularly with each other. See figure 3. Then unwind the strand "A" in one rope and lay the opposite strand No. 1 
in the other rope in the groove just as fast as you unwind, and continue to unwind one strand and lay this in, until you 
have laid in, say 7 feet, or until you have only about 6 inches of strand "A", the first one you unwind and the first one 
you lay in, left. Then cut off the 7 feet of the one you have just unwound, leaving the end 6 inches long. Then unwind 
strand No. 4 in the cut, say of the opposite end, and fill up this groove with strand "D" from the opposite side and treat 
this in the same manner. 

Next, pursue the same course with "B" and 2, stopping 3 feet from where the first set was stopped. 

Next, pursue the same course with No. 5 and "C", stopping as before, that is, about 3 feet from where the first set 
ran out on this side, then with "C" and 3, and lastly with No. 6 and "F". This will complete the unwinding and laying-in 
process. 

You will notice in the cut that each pair of strands has been stopped 3 feet shorter than the pair before. This leaves 
you a pair of ends at each 3 feet each way of the rope. 

Now comes the last operation of splicing. 

The ends must be secured without enlarging the rope. 

Take two rope clamps, see figure 5, and fasten them to the rope as shown in figure 6, twist them in opposite direc- 
tions, thus opening the lay of the rope. See figure 6. This has to be done at each pair ends. Then with a knife, cut out 
the hemp core about 6 inches on each side of where the ends come together. In other words, take out just a little more 
of the hemp core than you have of the wire end to stick in there. Now straighten the ends, and slip them into the place 
formerly occupied by the hemp cores you have just cut out. Then twist the clamps together, closing up the rope and 
taking out any slight bumps with a wooden mallet. By pounding the rope with the mallet you can bring it very nearly 
the same size as the other part of the rope, if you have taken out the right amount of core. 

Then follow this operation with each of the six pair ends, thus sliding each of the ends inside of the rope, putting 
them in place of the hemp cores at each place. 

It is a great deal easier to do the splicing than it is to read these directions over intelligently. Two good men, one 
to read the directions and one to handle the rope and another man to help as a laborer, and with the help of these direc- 
tions, quickly learn to splice wire rope. 

It is good to have a sharp cold chisel made about 1 inch across on the face for cutting off ends of the strands, a ham- 
mer and a piece of ?4-ineh round iron or steel about 12 inches long, one end brought to a point like a needle with a long 
slim taper, say of 5 or 6 inches. This is useful to force in between the strands of the rope to pry it open; also two pieces 
of heavy tarred rope, such as is used for bundling lath, which you can use double in connection with the sticks for un- 
twisting and twisting the wire rope, as shown in figure 6; a good pocket knife for cutting out the hemp core; a wooden 
mallet of ordinary size and :i Murk of wood or siU or something to lay the rope on to pound it. 

We shall be glad to answer any question in regard to this that is not perfectly clear to vou, from this description, at 
any time. SURRY PARKER, Pine Town, N. C. 



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We build powerful Engines mounted on Wide Tread Steel Wheels, to get logs 
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We build these machines in all sizes, on heavily constructed platforms with two four-wheel trucks 
under them, and also on our Patent Platform, so that they can be moved on any car of the train. 

There is no logging proposition where this machine will compete with our Boom Skidder and Loader in 
price per thousand feet from stump to top of cars. We furnish these to some people who want this class of 
machinery, and we are prepared to furnish machines suitable for any size timber. 

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This is complete logging plant, in itself, and when properly handled in good timber can easily be counted to 
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SKIDDING AND LOADING HARDWOOD IN THE .MOUNTAINS OF KENTUCKY. 

This is one of our six No. 4 combination skidders and loaders, and has been found to be a most satis- 
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work with one of these machines. The saving over ordinary methods of logging is so great that it is hard 
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