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Improvement in Ant Traps

Improvement in Ant Traps

Date: April 1, 1873
Creator: Ames, Theodore G.
Description: Patent for the improvement of Ant traps, including to illustrated and labeled figures.
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Improvement in Bale-Ties.

Improvement in Bale-Ties.

Date: June 22, 1878
Creator: Anderson, William G.
Description: Patent for new bale-tie formed from a single metal piece where the locking side (B) can be fastened to a rounded eye (C) on the opposite end.
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Ant Trap.

Ant Trap.

Date: November 22, 1881
Creator: Arnett, Sandridge Thomas
Description: Patent for a new and improved ant trap. This design calls for a tank of water to be buried in the ground and a collar of cheap material to be attached to the tank and placed over the mouth of an anthill. The concave nature of the collar prevents ants from climbing out of it, so they are forced into the water tank, where they drown; the design is cheaper and less toxic than previous designs.
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Hoisting Attachment for Wagon-Beds.

Hoisting Attachment for Wagon-Beds.

Date: May 2, 1893
Creator: Baugh, Edward H. & Selvidge, Charles W.
Description: Patent for a low cost, removable hoisting attachment for wagon beds, including illustrations and instructions.
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Ant-Trap.

Ant-Trap.

Date: May 18, 1897
Creator: Bond, William Beebe
Description: Patent for a "trap designed to be placed around an ant-hill and adapted to capture ants leaving or returning to the ant-hill." (Lines 11-13) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Dish-Cleaner.

Dish-Cleaner.

Date: January 21, 1896
Creator: Bond, William Beebe
Description: Patent for a dish-cleaner that is used in a sink or another container. Its object is to force "air through the water and in contact with the submerged dishes" (lines 17-18). The invention also has "a water-agitator surrounded with supports for holding the dishes or other articles in a vertical position in close proximity to the outlet-ports of the agitator" (lines 20-23).
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Churn Power.

Churn Power.

Date: August 10, 1880
Creator: Brace, James
Description: Patent for a new and improved motorized butter churn. This design utilizes paralleled uprights, shafts, through-holes, screw-holes, a crank, pit-men, and a cross-head (lines 85-92). This combination and arrangement of parts allows rotary motion to be converted to reciprocal motion, which improves the churning process.
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Improved Cultivating-Plow.

Improved Cultivating-Plow.

Date: March 25, 1856
Creator: Crenshaw, Micajah
Description: Patent for a cultivating plow with a series of cutting-disks and digging-hoes, including illustration.
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Cotton Chopper and Cultivator.

Cotton Chopper and Cultivator.

Date: June 2, 1891
Creator: Ferriott, Charles L.
Description: Patent for improvements in cotton choppers and cultivators by using “the shearing action between a rotary hoe and a cutter-bar traveling along beside the row” (lines 20-22) to cut off the cotton. Illustration is included.
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Feed Governor for Cotton Gins.

Feed Governor for Cotton Gins.

Date: June 12, 1883
Creator: Flannagan, John D.
Description: Patent for a new and improved feed governor for cotton gins. This design "provide[s] means whereby the rate of feeding will be automatically decreased when the cotton is fed into the roll-box faster than it is being ginned, and whereby the feed will be finally stopped when the roll increases to a certain limit, and will be again started when the roll is reduced to a size previously fixed upon, and will be actuated to feed faster as the roll decreases in size" (lines 17-25).
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