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PLANTER

PLANTER

Date: May 7, 1907
Creator: DUDLEY, THOMAS J.
Description: Patent for a single row planter for corn or cotton. The planter is to be used in virgin soil with out any soil preparation.
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Stalk - Cutter

Stalk - Cutter

Date: 1906/04/24
Creator: Dorris, William P.
Description: "This invention relates to improvements in stalk-cutters, and has for its objects the provision of a simple and efficient attachment for cultivators and harrows by the use of which all stalks and vines in a field to be cultivated may be quickly and thoroughly cut down." Dorris, William. (1906). Stalk-Cutter. United States Patents Office. Retrieved from http://edit.texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth508960/view/#page/2/mode/1up.
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Paper-Bag Machine.

Paper-Bag Machine.

Date: May 5, 1903
Creator: Tyson, Frank
Description: Patent for improvements in the paper-bag machine (related to author's previous Patent No. 689,441, December 24, 1901) for the purpose of improving the mechanism for forming the primary fold of the bag-bottom in the bag-folding process, including descriptions of the machinery, parts, and illustrations.
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Listing-Machine.

Listing-Machine.

Date: October 21, 1902
Creator: Matthews, Lafayette
Description: Patent for a mechanism used to mount the beam and to connect to the axle in a listing-machine, a class of braking-plows. The mechanism will provide lever support and a means for securing the segmental rack while still being simple, efficient, durable, and inexpensive.
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Draft-Equalizer.

Draft-Equalizer.

Date: September 16, 1902
Creator: Hayden, Jefferson B.
Description: Patent for "devices for equalizing the draft where three or more draft-animals are used" (lines 8-10) to pull machinery, carriages, or wagons with illustrations included.
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Wire Working Tool.

Wire Working Tool.

Date: February 4, 1902
Creator: Hargrove Benjamin O.
Description: Patent for a new and useful wireworking-tool. "This invention relates to a wireworking-tool particularly adapted for use in twisting wire-ties around posts and over runners, drawing staples, and cutting wires" (line 8-11).
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Ironing-table.

Ironing-table.

Date: October 29, 1901
Creator: Williams, James Hanna
Description: Patent for collapsible ironing tables with illustration.
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Baling-press

Baling-press

Date: December 8, 1900
Creator: Dennis, Felix Henry
Description: Patent for a baling-press that will prevent hay or other material from jamming the mechanisms used to bale it.
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Map

Map

Date: May 8, 1900
Creator: Bentley, H. L.
Description: Letter Patent of "a map, drawing or similar device provided with an index" (lines 72-74); including illustration and instructions
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Elevated Electric-Car Line.

Elevated Electric-Car Line.

Date: December 26, 1899
Creator: Cooley, Joe H.
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in elevated electric car lines, including instructions and illustrations.
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