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 Collection: Texas Patents
Ant Trap.

Ant Trap.

Date: November 9, 1886
Creator: Barnes, Robert Hanson & Salles, George Camiel
Description: Patent for a new and improved ant trap. This design "has for its object the production of a simple, cheap, and effective device whereby the ants are confined to a space within the circle of the trap, speedily captured, and exterminated. It consists in a trap constructed with a circular flanged pit provided with tubes leading therefrom to a central ant-receptacle; also, in the details of construction of the trap" (lines 8-16).
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Improvement in Wheels for Vehicles.

Improvement in Wheels for Vehicles.

Date: December 23, 1873
Creator: Brown, David
Description: Patent for "an improved hub for buggy and other vehicle wheels, which shall be simple in construction, strong, and durable, and which will run with little friction." (Lines 10-13) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Insecticide.

Insecticide.

Date: November 27, 1894
Creator: Brumleu, Ludwig & Brumleu, Ernest
Description: Patent for an insecticide that uses an arsenic compound to kill insects instead of Paris green or London purple, and can easily be made into a beautiful green powder that may be used as a pigment.
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Vechicle-Top Support.

Vechicle-Top Support.

Date: May 15, 1900
Creator: Buchanan, Sanford McElroy
Description: Patent for "supports for the bows of folding vehicle-tops, and has for its object to provide an improved device of this character for application to one end of the shifting rail of the top, so as to receive the bows and cushion them against injury in folding and when the vehicle is passing over a rough roadway." (Lines 8-15) Illustration included.
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Improvement in Bale-Tie Buckles.

Improvement in Bale-Tie Buckles.

Date: September 5, 1876
Creator: Bunker, Thaddeus, of Cuero, Texas.
Description: Patent for an improved bale-tie buckle which will not slip or break under great strain.
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EARTH-AUGER.

EARTH-AUGER.

Date: April 13, 1880
Creator: Cudd, Decater P.
Description: Patent for structural improvement in machines used for boring post holes and wells with illustrations and instructions included.
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Car-Replacer.

Car-Replacer.

Date: February 13, 1894
Creator: Debose, Albert S.
Description: Patent for a car-replacer that is simple and inexpensive and can be easily set and removed. The replacer has two blocks shaped like triangles and tie rods connecting the blocks.
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Combined Railway-Switch and Car-Replacing Mechanism.

Combined Railway-Switch and Car-Replacing Mechanism.

Date: November 27, 1894
Creator: Debose, Albert S.
Description: Patent for a combined railway-switch and car-replacing mechanism that is meant to "provide certain improved devices which can be arranged to operate as a switch mechanism, or as car replacing means, which can be easily manipulated, are of a simple construction and which will effectively serve for their intended purposes" (lines 11-16). It can be easily assembled and dissembled.
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Washing-Machines.

Washing-Machines.

Date: January 20, 1874
Creator: Eberhardt, T. C.
Description: Patent for an improvement in washing machines. The shaping and components are meticulously detailed and indicate they play a part in the said improvement.
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Addressing-Machine.

Addressing-Machine.

Date: December 27, 1887
Creator: Eberhardt, Theophilus Charles
Description: Patent for an improved addressing machine, which will "paste, cut, and attach the slip simultaneously, or with one operation" (lines 26-27), with instructions and illustrations.
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