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Animal Shears.

Animal Shears.

Date: February 11, 1890
Creator: Bechtol, William S. & Bessonette, William T.
Description: Patent for new and improved animal shears. This design consists in "mechanism for imparting a combined reciprocating and edgewise play to the cutting knife or knives in order to cause the teeth of said knife or knives to follow or describe a curved or oval path, and thus insure greater efficiency of operation; to provide for the proper lateral contact of the knives in order to insure their proper action and to regulate the pressure or force with which one knife bears on the other; [and] to provide a peculiar form of cutter-teeth which shall be automatic or self-cleaning" (lines 19-30).
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Animal-Shears

Animal-Shears

Date: August 26, 1890
Creator: Monday, Robert
Description: Patent for an improvement in animal shears to "simplify and improve the construction of animal-shears, and render their operation more positive and reliable" (lines 11-13).
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Animal Tag.

Animal Tag.

Date: November 21, 1882
Creator: Queen, Elias G.
Description: Patent for a new and improved animal tag. This design "consists in an animal-tag formed of a tube provided with a removable cover and an elongated staple for the strap, by which this tube is held to the animal" (lines 11-14).
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Apparatus For Cleaning Dishes.

Apparatus For Cleaning Dishes.

Date: January 23, 1900
Creator: Wright, John W.
Description: Patent for new and useful improvements in apparatus for cleaning dishes, including instructions and illustrations.
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Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: December 12, 1893
Creator: Mealer, James A.
Description: Patent for a baling press that holds the material in the press while it is being formed into a bale. It consists of a frame with notches in the back, a resistance bar that pivots across the back of the frame, a latch that holds the bar in place, and a pin to pin the bar to the latch.
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Bathing-Suit.

Bathing-Suit.

Date: March 29, 1898
Creator: Davis, Jesse W D.
Description: Patent for a new and useful improvement in bathing suits.
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Book-Support.

Book-Support.

Date: January 19, 1897
Creator: Barnes, William A.
Description: Patent for a book-support made to hold large, heavy books used in commercial and government offices. The platforms can be moved up and down by a crank on the side of the support.
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Broadcast Seeder.

Broadcast Seeder.

Date: June 3, 1890
Creator: Callaway, Johnathan Asa
Description: Patent for a broadcast seeder designed to "cultivate, plant, and subsequently roll or cover the seed, the elements for accomplishing the same being combined in a single device simply constructed" (lines 10-13).
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Churn

Churn

Date: October 2, 1900
Creator: McCausland, Joseph H.
Description: Patent for a butter churn with gentle agitation meant to keep butter cells from breaking including illustrations.
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Combination Door Check and Alarm.

Combination Door Check and Alarm.

Date: February 12, 1889
Creator: King, Charles Rufus
Description: Patent for a new and improved door-check and alarm. With this design, "[t]he latch normally stands in the engaging position, and when it aligns with one of the notches it engages the same automatically. One of the notches is so arranged that it is engaged by the latch when the door is closed, and when the knob is turned to open the door the cord, wire, or chain draws the latch out of engagement with the notch. . . . [a] bell on the end of the latch will give warning when the latch is moved, and the door cannot be opened without moving the latch" (lines 63-92).
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