Page:Popular Science Monthly Volume 90.djvu/337

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page needs to be proofread.


Hudson Maxim on the Popular Science Monthly

���'"-'?1l"S?'?H!!Kn?!!??HH!H!Hil!in!!i!H!!!f'??'?!'!

��iTifflMiiiii;,

��The Popular Science Monthly makes useful scientific knowledge inter- esting. The newsiness of many of its features, the dashes of mechanistic adventure, the science touches of personal interest, make the publication, to my rnind, of most exceptional value to the young men of this scientific and utilitarian age where every man must be a mechanic — where honor is earned and wealth and position attained with work-tired brain and grimy hand. The Popular Science Monthly is an especially good self-helper."

�� �