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 County: Jackson County, TX
 Collection: Texas Patents
Filling-Box For Cotton-Presses.

Filling-Box For Cotton-Presses.

Date: October 10, 1899
Creator: Thorsen, Ole Andrias
Description: Patent for a new and improved filling box for cotton presses, including instructions and illustrations.
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Colter Attachment for Plows.

Colter Attachment for Plows.

Date: July 19, 1898
Creator: Haynes, Thomas
Description: Patent for a new and useful colter attachment for plows, including instructions and illustrations.
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Snap-Hook.

Snap-Hook.

Date: February 14, 1893
Creator: McDowell, Anthony B.
Description: Patent for a snap-hook for general use that can be used for attaching whips, ropes, and similar things to saddles and harnesses. It is composed of a flat metal plate with screw holes, a hook that is secured to the edge of the plate, and a screw.
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Sewing-Machine Attachment.

Sewing-Machine Attachment.

Date: June 11, 1891
Creator: McDowell, Anthony B.
Description: Patent for a sewing machine attachment "which can be used for the purpose of sharpening any instrument of small size - such as needles, scissors, knives, &c.;" (lines 11-13) with instructions and illustrations.
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Wire Stretcher.

Wire Stretcher.

Date: June 29, 1886
Creator: Menefee, Stephen Austin & Mullinax, Eli Stephens
Description: Patent for a new and improved wire-stretcher. This design "has relation to that class of wire-stretchers in which a drum is journaled in a frame and is provided with a ratchet-wheel at one end, and in which a lever is pivoted in the frame, which engages the ratchet-wheel, serving to revolve it, and a pawl engages the ratchet-wheel, so as to prevent it from revolving backward, the frame being provided with a wire-clamp, and a rope or chain upon the drum being also provided with a wire-clamp, so that by revolving the drum one end of the wire may be drawn toward the end of another wire" (lines 25-37).
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Wire Stretcher.

Wire Stretcher.

Date: May 4, 1886
Creator: La Bauve, Odelon Joseph
Description: Patent for a new and improved wire stretcher. This design is "for stretching and repairing wire, the combination of a main bar having a longitudinal slot, and having an upwardly-facing shoulder provided with a groove, a guide-block in the lower end of the slot, a shaft journaled in the sides of the slot and having a pinion within the slot and a ratchet handle at its outer end for revolving it, a spring pawl engaging the pinion, a cam-lever pivoted upon the upper end of the main bar and engaging the grooved shoulder with its cam end, [and] a rack-bar sliding in the lower end of the slot upon the guide-block" (lines 43-55).
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Wire-Stretcher.

Wire-Stretcher.

Date: December 1, 1885
Creator: Mullinax, Eli Stephens
Description: Patent for an improved wire-stretcher that tightens fence wire.
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Wire Stretcher.

Wire Stretcher.

Date: October 31, 1882
Creator: Milby, Robert
Description: Patent for a new and improved wire stretcher. This design utilizes a roller shaft, hand crank, ratchet wheel, and pawl to stretch wires to any desired tautness.
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Buckle.

Buckle.

Date: February 22, 1881
Creator: Owen, Abram
Description: Patent for a new and improved buckle. This design utilizes a knob in addition to the tongue to hold the strap more securely, preventing slippage.
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Harness Loop.

Harness Loop.

Date: February 15, 1881
Creator: Owen, Abram.
Description: Patent for a new and improved harness loop. This design calls for two loops, one of which has a knob for perforated straps, with a single base in common. This eliminates the need for leather loops and for stitching leather straps.
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