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 County: Comal County, TX
Improvement in Draw-Gages.

Improvement in Draw-Gages.

Date: June 25, 1878
Creator: Tays, John Henry
Description: Patent for improving the manner in which leather straps may be cut and avoid slippage.
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Improvement in Glass Globes or Reservoirs for Lamps.

Improvement in Glass Globes or Reservoirs for Lamps.

Date: April 16, 1872
Creator: Otto, Adolph
Description: Patent for an "invention to prevent the breaking of glass globes used in kerosene lamps as reservoirs for the burning fluid; and this invention consists in the application around the reservoir of a rubber ring let into a groove, but projecting sufficiently to receive the concussion in case the lamp is overthrown." (Lines 10-16) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Improvement in Cotton-Tie Stretchers.

Improvement in Cotton-Tie Stretchers.

Date: August 22, 1871
Creator: Mather, Samuel
Description: Patent for an improvement for an instrument to stretch and tie a band around a cotton bale.
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Improvement in Wheel-Plows.

Improvement in Wheel-Plows.

Date: September 5, 1871
Creator: Coreth, Rudolph
Description: Patent for an improvement in wheel plows made so that "the plowing may be done by passing back and forth in parallel lines" (lines 17-18).
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Spring Bed-Bottom.

Spring Bed-Bottom.

Date: August 8, 1854
Creator: Meriwether, William Hunter
Description: Patent for the improvement of bedsteads using a spring bottom-construction with zig-zag wire, including illustration.
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Wire Fence.

Wire Fence.

Date: November 8, 1853
Creator: Meriwether, William H.
Description: Patent for wire fencing using wooden and iron posts to be more readily seen by cattle, including illustration.
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