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 County: Cooke County, TX
 Collection: Texas Patents
Quilting Attachment for Sewing-Machines.

Quilting Attachment for Sewing-Machines.

Date: October 12, 1897
Creator: Obuch, William
Description: Patent for a support for quilting frames that can be attached to a sewing machine. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Fishing-Tool for Oil-Wells.

Fishing-Tool for Oil-Wells.

Date: September 7, 1897
Creator: Mills, John Andrew
Description: Patent for improvements in fishing tool for oil wells: "in connection with oil well drilling and pumping apparatus" (lines 9-10).
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Sleeve-Tablet.

Sleeve-Tablet.

Date: August 24, 1897
Creator: Carlson, Frank A.
Description: Patent for "a sleeve-tablet adapted to be applied to a cuff or wristband for ready access in making notes and referring thereto." (Lines 8-11) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Suspender Device.

Suspender Device.

Date: December 31, 1895
Creator: Krebs, Emil, L.
Description: Patent for a suspender device that is "a [rear] fastening device having a central loop, a coil, a keeper and a pin extending from the coil and engaging the keeper all formed from one piece of wire, in combination, with a slide having a linked portion surrounding and vertically movable on the central loop, and having a pair of ends or prongs projecting upward between the loop and the linked-portion of the slide to form tongues" (lines 81-90). The forward fastening devices attach to the ends of webbing.
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Expansible Pulley.

Expansible Pulley.

Date: October 8, 1895
Creator: Kennerly, Samuel J. & Cox, Thomas J.
Description: Patent for "expansible pulleys, or pulleys of that character or description which may be expanded or contracted, so as to increase or decrease the circumference thereof." (Lines 15-18) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Fire-House Supporter.

Fire-House Supporter.

Date: August 20, 1895
Creator: Bramble, James Elworth
Description: Patent for a fire-hose supporter that can be stretched out, washed, and dried easily. The invention also has a hose-carrying frame that elevates the hose and allows for the hose to be quickly and easily used.
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Car-Coupling.

Car-Coupling.

Date: January 1, 1895
Creator: Shwadlenak, August Frank
Description: Patent for a car-coupling that has a draw head with a link opening, a pin opening that goes across the link opening and has two side recesses, a sliding head in the link opening, a spring that holds the sliding head in place, two lever arms in the side recesses, a catch block that the lever arms move, and an apparatus for raising the coupling pin.
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Paint Compound.

Paint Compound.

Date: January 1, 1895
Creator: Rook, Benjamin F.
Description: Patent for "a fire and water-proof coating material adapted for application to wood and metallic roofing, boats, &c., to preserve the material from corrosion and render the same impervious to water." (Lines 9-13) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Cot.

Cot.

Date: October 2, 1894
Creator: Looney, Joseph H.
Description: Patent for a cot that "may be easily and quickly applied to wagons, cars, and to all other places where beds are inconvenient" (lines 8-10). It attaches to a vertical wall.
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Book-Holder for Reading-Stands.

Book-Holder for Reading-Stands.

Date: August 21, 1894
Creator: Anderson, Francis John & Irick, William Madison
Description: Patent for "a book holder especially designed to receive large books for reference, such as a dictionary for example, and to so construct the mechanism of the holder that a cradle will be provided for the reception of the book, which cradle will be adapted to be carried upward and outward from the holder in a manner which will bring the book in proper position for consultation, and which mechanism will also act to lower the book, without jar or injury to it, within the holder when the book is no longer required." (Lines 14-26) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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