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 Collection: Texas Patents
Improvement in Thill-Couplings.

Improvement in Thill-Couplings.

Date: November 26, 1872
Creator: Fitzsimmons, Henry
Description: Patent for improvements in thill-couplings "whereby provision is made for the easy connection and disconnection of the shafts or pole of the vehicle without any unscrewing or removal of bolts or pins" (para. 2).
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Spring-Wheel.

Spring-Wheel.

Date: December 10, 1912
Creator: Kilgore, Starling
Description: Patent for an improvement in spring wheels in which "a maximum of resiliency or shock absorbing power is obtained, with the employment of comparatively few elements" (lines 11-14). The spring wheel has multiple spokes that are telescoping sections of coil spring, held in a distended position to eliminate lateral strains upon the wheel.
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Vending Machine

Vending Machine

Date: August 8, 1911
Creator: Linck, George E.
Description: Patent for improvements in vending machines.
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Tire-Armor.

Tire-Armor.

Date: March 7, 1911
Creator: Ramsay, Henry M.; McGary, Austin & Campbell, John W.
Description: Patent for a new design "in armor or protectors for pneumatic tires" (line 13) including instructions and illustrations.
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Floor-Surfacing Machine.

Floor-Surfacing Machine.

Date: December 27, 1910
Creator: Warner, William E.
Description: Patent for a new floor-surfacing machine that is "pivotally mounted upon supporting carriers and carrying an abrading roller which may be forced into contact with the floor to be smoothed, or withdrawn from said contact by operating the machine upon its pivoted support" (lines 11-18), which includes illustrations and instructions.
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Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: April 22, 1902
Creator: Atkinson, Joseph J.
Description: Patent for baling-presses to prevent the inward-drawing or centripetal movement of the fiber in a press of the roller type (lines 96-97) by “disposed intermediate of the rollers and within the plane of the baling-cylinder for opposing resistance to the inward movement of the fiber and overcoming to a greater or less extent the tendency of the upper layer of cotton to form waves or billows in advance of the rollers.” (Page 1, lines 101-102, page 2, lines 1-6.) Illustration is included.
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Apparatus for Cleaning Bottoms of Ships.

Apparatus for Cleaning Bottoms of Ships.

Date: February 11, 1902
Creator: Culpepper, Robert Smith
Description: Patent for apparatus for cleaning the bottom of ships "to provide a simple and practical apparatus for removing barnacles, seaweed, mud, and other adhesions from the sides and bottom of a ship" (line 10).
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Stock- Weaner.

Stock- Weaner.

Date: February 11, 1902
Creator: Shannon, Albert M. & Bobbitt, William
Description: Patent for "...new and useful Improvements in Stock-Weaners..." (lines 6-7) including illustrations.
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Combined Cotton Chopper and Cultivator

Combined Cotton Chopper and Cultivator

Date: February 4, 1902
Creator: Bass, James Milton, Sr.
Description: Patent for combining both cotton choppers and cultivators. This will create a more easily operated piece of machinery.
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Cinder Guard.

Cinder Guard.

Date: December 31, 1901
Creator: Morse, S. F. B. & Tuggle, S. R.
Description: Patent for a detachable cinder guard to be used with car panels. This cinder guard prevents cinders and other items that may cause combustion from entering a car window.
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