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 County: Hays County, TX
 Decade: 1890-1899
 Collection: Texas Patents
Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: April 7, 1896
Creator: Franks, Lewis W.
Description: Patent for a simple and efficient baling-press that has an improved press-box and plunger-operating power. The connections between the power and the plunger will be lighter and the feed-opening of the press-box will be closed automatically. The machine has a continuously-rotating operating wheel that allows for an easier way to engage and disengage the pitman.
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Basket.

Basket.

Date: February 16, 1897
Creator: Taylor, John W.
Description: Patent for a metallic produce basket. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Bit-Brace.

Bit-Brace.

Date: June 29, 1897
Creator: McClellan, Stephen
Description: Patent for "an improved form of brace having a V-guide which is substantially right-angled and mechanism mounted therein for driving a bit so arranged that the crank-arm of the handle may turn in a corner without striking the wall or without striking the wall or without striking a plane support should the guide rest thereon when boring a hole." (Lines 12-19) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Bit-Brace with Right-Angled V-Guide Frame.

Bit-Brace with Right-Angled V-Guide Frame.

Date: June 8, 1897
Creator: McClellan, Stephen
Description: Patent for a bit-brace with right-angled V-guide frame, with description and illustrations.
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: May 4, 1897
Creator: Rogers, James P.
Description: Patent for an automatic churn, which churns up and down and rotationally. To operate, turn a crank and a gear inside the churn moves the blades.
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Cotton Loading and Weighing Device.

Cotton Loading and Weighing Device.

Date: January 7, 1896
Creator: Paolucci, Henry Emanuel
Description: Patent for a simple, inexpensive, and efficient cotton loading and weighing device for wagons. It can be easily put onto or removed from any wagon. This invention has a unique way of "clamping-loop or wire support by means of which the main inclined beam or support of the device is firmly and securely upheld and braced with relation to the tail-gate of a wagon with which said clamping frame or loop is adapted to engage" (lines 25-31).
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Fumigator.

Fumigator.

Date: December 1, 1891
Creator: Bozarth, Stephen P.
Description: Patent for an improved fumigator that's primary purpose is to kill insects within corn storage units without damaging either the corn or the building. Illustration included.
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Fumigator.

Fumigator.

Date: July 20, 1897
Creator: Cock, Lewis W.
Description: Patent for "constructing a fumigator that the fire in the combustion-chamber may be caused to burn more rapidly in one part than in another, whereby the proportions of vapors and fumes may be governed at will." (Lines 45-50) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Hand Seed-Planter.

Hand Seed-Planter.

Date: May 11, 1897
Creator: Merwin, Charles F.
Description: Patent for an improvement in hand-seed planters, designed especially for cotton-seed. The seeds are spit out the bottom through a series of springs, pins, and plungers.
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Hay-Press.

Hay-Press.

Date: September 8, 1896
Creator: McIntosh, Alexander
Description: Patent for a hay-press where "the plunger or traverser is arranged in a suitable frame and is drawn toward its rearward position by means of a spring. rods are connected to the opposite sides of the plunger or traverser, and these are in turn connected to a cross-head, which in turn is connected with a pitman provided on its outer end with a hook that engages mechanism to give it a motion which imparts a reciprocating motion to the plunger" (lines 15-25).
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