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  Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
 County: Williamson County, TX
 Decade: 1890-1899
 Collection: Texas Patents
Agricultural Implement.

Agricultural Implement.

Date: March 2, 1897
Creator: Dycus, George W.
Description: Patent for "agricultural implements to be used for tilling the soil and planting, either separately or at one and the same operation, and has for its object to reduce the expense incurred by the general practice of first preparing the land for planting and subsequently sowing the seed. By this inventions the land can simultaneously prepared and the grain deposited therein." (Lines 8-17) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Andiron.

Andiron.

Date: December 1, 1891
Creator: Kimbro, Jeremiah H. & Kimbro, John A.
Description: Patent for improvement of andirons, to accommodate fuel or sticks of wood and to burn either wood or coal fuel. Includes illustrations.
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Attachment for Cultivators.

Attachment for Cultivators.

Date: February 4, 1896
Creator: Ray, William T.
Description: Patent for a cotton-chopper attachment for cultivators. It can fit to any cultivator with some modification. It is a wheel that rides "upon the row and presses down into the ground parts of the cotton in the row, leaving the other standing, and of the necessary mechanism for attaching and controlling said wheel" (lines 20-24).
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Baling-press.

Baling-press.

Date: June 18, 1897
Creator: Murphy, George W.
Description: Patent for a baling press intended to work with hay, cotton and similar material, and form bales of many different sizes.
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Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: June 2, 1896
Creator: Davis, John R.
Description: Patent for a baling-press that means "to provide a simple and efficient power for operating the plunger so constructed as to allow independent return movement of the plunger to avoid loss of time in the operation of the device" (lines 9-13).
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Car-Coupling.

Car-Coupling.

Date: September 15, 1891
Creator: Harrington, Charles
Description: Patent for improvement in car-coupler particularly to that known as “swing-pin.” This is how it works “a pin comprises a pin proper whose upper end is connected by a chain with the front end of the arm on a horizontal rod. The body of this pin passes through a catch, from which it may be removed.” (Lines 40-45) “The catch has a transverse pin and a rounded upper edge, terminating in a shoulder at its front end and a tongue at its rear end.” (Lines 46-49) Illustration is included.
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Car-Replacer.

Car-Replacer.

Date: September 22, 1891
Creator: Scott, Nelson S.
Description: Patent for a repairable, sectional car replacer, including instructions and illustrations.
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: February 2, 1897
Creator: Everhard, Joseph
Description: Patent for a churn in which a can has an opening in the center of its lid, in which a dasher-staff fits. The can fits in a frame. There are two parts to the frame, the part that rotates the can, and the part that holds the churn in place. The frame also holds the dasher-staff and a crank to rotate the can's frame.
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Cotton-Chopper

Cotton-Chopper

Date: October 19, 1897
Creator: Hyland, Robert R.
Description: Patent for a new and improved Cotton Chopper, which explains what it is used for and what the new improvements are.
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Cotton-Chopper.

Cotton-Chopper.

Date: October 27, 1891
Creator: Poole, Luther M.
Description: Patent for improvements in cotton-choppers by "providing a frame in which is journaled the shaft carrying the cutting-wheel, which derives its motion through connection with the traction-wheels, the said shaft being arranged at an angle to the line of travel of the machine and connected by knuckle or swivel joint with a shaft comprising a part of the driving mechanism.” (Lines 19-26) Illustration is included.
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