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 County: Cherokee County, TX
 Collection: Texas Patents
Broom-Rack.

Broom-Rack.

Date: February 14, 1893
Creator: Jones, Wesley C. P.
Description: Patent for an improvement in a device to hold brooms and items with handles by simplifying the design and making it more resistant to strain.
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Buckle.

Buckle.

Date: April 10, 1883
Creator: Thomas, Floyd W.
Description: Patent for a new and improved buckle. This design consists in "[t]he combination, with [a] frame, having [a] hook on [a] cross-piece and [a] tongue on [another] cross-piece, of a loop or keeper, arranged on the under side of frame and between the two cross-pieces" (lines 69-73).
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Car-Coupling.

Car-Coupling.

Date: April 14, 1891
Creator: Chandler, Richard
Description: Patent for improvements in automatic car-couplers by providing "the means for automatically coupling cars without exposing the operator to the risk and danger of going between the cars when coupling,” (lines 12-15) includes illustration.
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: October 23, 1894
Creator: Roark, Calvin M.
Description: Patent for an improved, strong, durable, and simple churn that produces butter quickly and with much use of power. It has a slide rest with a rotary driving spindle on one end and guide pulleys on the other end, a slide-block that slides on the end of the slide rest, a turn-peg with a ratchet-head on the slide-block, a pawl, and a chord that attaches all these parts.
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Combined Plow, Chopper, and Planter.

Combined Plow, Chopper, and Planter.

Date: February 12, 1895
Creator: Newton, Nicholas H.
Description: Patent for a simple, durable, and economic combined plow, chopper, and planter that provides "a machine which will open the land, plant and fertilize at the same time, and which may be quickly adjusted for chopping cotton plants and at the same time cultivate rows of plants" (lines 10-13). The parts can be attached to a common frame.
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Cotton-Chopper.

Cotton-Chopper.

Date: February 12, 1895
Creator: Newton, Nicholas H.
Description: Patent for a cotton-chopper that cultivates "the rows of plants simultaneously with thinning them out; and a further object of the invention is to provide such a machine which will be durable and simple" (lines 11-14).
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Cotton-Cleaner.

Cotton-Cleaner.

Date: September 11, 1860
Creator: Smith, Charles
Description: Patent for a machine that cleans cotton by placing the seed into a rotating cylinder it is carried and removed using air presser through spiral fan blades and pins to rid impurities, including illustrations.
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Cotton Feeder and Cleaner.

Cotton Feeder and Cleaner.

Date: April 25, 1893
Creator: Oliphint, Alfred
Description: Patent for feeders and cleaners for cotton gins: "provide a combined feeder and cleaner for cotton gins which is not only thoroughly and effectually cleans cotton before it passes to the gin, but at the same time it regularly and positively feeds the cotton to the gin in such cleaned condition" (lines 10-15).
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Derrick.

Derrick.

Date: April 21, 1891
Creator: Lindsey, William E.
Description: Patent for improvements in derricks or machines for hoisting heavy objects, which can be easily erected and operated; this device “can be manipulated with ease and by which the article being elevated or lowered may be changed in position without moving the support.” (Lines 20-23) Illustration is included.
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Dumping-Car.

Dumping-Car.

Date: August 6, 1895
Creator: Dunman, William M.
Description: Patent for a dumping-car that "can be operated by two men to discharge its contents with a comparatively small amount of exertion on the part of the operators" (lines 14-17). The car is developed to hold gravel, &c., and can be easily dumped.
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