The Modern Economy Telegraphic and Cable Cipher Code
The Segnogram Press, Catalogue Printers, Los Angeles, California
[2] iii-x, 1-246

five-letter code, generally one-letter difference : probably good on the phrase side, but vulnerable to mutilations.

The patent would have been US 791,209 (1905) "Marginal and sub index for telegraphic cipher codes" (note : 283/36 for the "lateral marginal projections" (= tabs) rather than the code itself).

Peycke also published a Grain Code and Directory (1905) and a Short Hand Code, advertised in this volume.