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 Decade: 1890-1899
 Collection: Texas Patents
Plow-Stock.

Plow-Stock.

Date: July 30, 1895
Creator: Abbott, Joseph W.
Description: Patent for a simply, durably, and efficiently constructed plow-stock that "will admit of changes being made in an expeditious and convenient manner to facilitate the grouping of the shares or plows to be carried by the stock" (lines 11-14).
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Water-Closet Cistern.

Water-Closet Cistern.

Date: September 7, 1897
Creator: Ackley, George D.
Description: Patent for improvements in water closet cisterns: "which are normally empty to prevent freezing and which are only filled just before the flush is desired" (lines 14-16).
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Kitchen Utensil.

Kitchen Utensil.

Date: June 11, 1895
Creator: Adair, Annie E.
Description: Patent for a kitchen utensil that can be used for washing dishes, scraping cooking vessels, and cleaning ornamental glass and silver.
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Nozzle.

Nozzle.

Date: March 16, 1897
Creator: Adams, Don B.
Description: Patent for a hose nozzle with increased capacity and efficiency. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Seed-Planter Attachment.

Seed-Planter Attachment.

Date: April 14, 1896
Creator: Adkins, Stephen J.
Description: Patent for "seed-planter attachments; and it has for its object to provide a new and useful machine of this character adapted to simultaneously plant two rows of corn, cotton, or other seed at any desired distance apart and to also provide means for marking the third row at any width from the planter." (Lines 8-15) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Apparatus for Barreling Soap-Stock.

Apparatus for Barreling Soap-Stock.

Date: February 9, 1897
Creator: Ahrenbeck, William C.
Description: Patent for "an apparatus for filling barrels with soap-stock or other thick liquid of similar consistency, the object being to provide a machine whereby the barrels may be filled quickly through the bung-hole." (Lines 12-16) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Combined Flour and Meal Bin and Sifter.

Combined Flour and Meal Bin and Sifter.

Date: September 1, 1896
Creator: Alexander, Charles P.
Description: Patent for a combined flour and meal bin sifter meant for the kitchen. The amount of flour or meal put into the machine does not matter, and the sifter may be removed when desired. The sifted material is directed into a container, and the end of the chute can be closed when not in use.
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Telephone-Transmitter.

Telephone-Transmitter.

Date: June 15, 1897
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for "a simple transmitter in which the greatest volume of sound may be transmitted without causing grating or rattling." (Lines 8-11) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Telephone-Transmitter.

Telephone-Transmitter.

Date: May 11, 1897
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for a granulated-electrode phone transmitter that is designed to be simple and "constructed so that the granulated-electrode cannot become displaced from the cell" (lines 10-12).
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Telephone-Transmitter.

Telephone-Transmitter.

Date: October 20, 1896
Creator: Alexander, Horace C.
Description: Patent for a telephone-transmitter "with a diaphragm and carbon button carried thereby, of a spring-supported flaring conical carbon-cell provided with a flange covered with soft material and resting on the carbon button carried by the diaphragm, the carbon-cell being filled with granulated carbon resting in contact with the carbon button" (lines 13-19). This is meant to optimize the volume of sound being transmitted.
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