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 County: Houston County, TX
 Decade: 1890-1899
Cotton-Spacer.

Cotton-Spacer.

Date: November 10, 1891
Creator: Totty, William
Description: Patent for a device that efficiently and quickly travels over cotton-drills, spacing the stands uniformly apart and covers up any grass or weeds around the stands, including illustrations.
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Frame Building.

Frame Building.

Date: January 26, 1892
Creator: Boyd, John Allen
Description: Patent for frame building. This invention relates to an improvement in the construction of buildings, especially frame buildings, and has for its object to provide a means whereby the building may be erected at a minimum cost and in a simple, convenient, and expeditious manner.
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Hand Fertilizer-Distributer.

Hand Fertilizer-Distributer.

Date: June 30, 1891
Creator: Barbee, Napoleon B.
Description: Patent for "improvements in hand fertilizer-distributers and seed-drills," (lines 19-20) with instructions and illustrations.
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Plow.

Plow.

Date: May 19, 1896
Creator: Bowers, Thomas M.
Description: Patent for a plow that has a new design for a "subsoil and harrow attachment to the ordinary break-plow" (lines 9-10).
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Propelling Attachment for Garden or Like Implements.

Propelling Attachment for Garden or Like Implements.

Date: March 12, 1895
Creator: Wilson, Hampden
Description: Patent for "a harness so constructed that it may be comfortably worn by the operator, male or female, and further to provide an adjustable attachment between the harness and the implement or machine, being so made that all the force or weight that the operator is capable of exerting may be brought to bear upon the implement to propel it, without unduly fatiguing the operator or rending the work disagreeable, and whereby further the work of propelling the implement or machine will be beneficial to the operator, inasmuch as the harness will compel the operator to assume an upright position and expand the lungs." (Lines 10-26) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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