As I needed a box with a number of narrow partitions and it was impossi- ble to cut grooves for the sections without removing the bottom, I spaced off the places for the partitions with pieces of thin wood and fastened these in place with small nails clinched on the outside of the box. This method was much more rapid and satisfactory than sawing the grooves and cutting them out with a wood chisel. - Contributed by James M. Kane.

Grooves for the Partitions Made with the Use of Small, Thin Strips of Wood

Ill: Grooves for the Partitions Made with the Use of Small, Thin Strips of Wood