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Condenser for Baling-Press

Condenser for Baling-Press

Date: November 12, 1889
Creator: Bailey, James W.
Description: Patent for "a device capable of being applied to any horizontal baling-press for the purpose of compressing the charge of hay or other material before it enters the baling-chamber" (lines 10-14).
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: October 10, 1893
Creator: Bailey, James Westey & McNorton, John Tomas
Description: Patent for a churn that has a frame supporting the churn and swinging motion mixes the cream. This invention successfully separates oily globules from the cream, thus making churning more effective and easy.
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Washboard

Washboard

Date: July 17, 1900
Creator: Bailey, Robert E.
Description: Patent for an improved washboard, that will be "simple, inexpensive, and efficient" while allowing water to fully drain from it after washing is finished, including illustrations.
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Device for the Protection of Vessels.

Device for the Protection of Vessels.

Date: July 24, 1894
Creator: Bailey, William Henry, Sr.
Description: Patent for a device that protects boats and consists of supporting plates, two of which are firmly secured to the side of the boat, springs between the supporting plates, and chains that limit the movement of supporting plates.
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Horse Collar.

Horse Collar.

Date: June 15, 1886
Creator: Bailey, William Luther; Knight, Leonard Thaddeus & Knight, Lenis Douglas
Description: Patent for a new and improved horse collar. This design "is to supply a cheap, durable, easy fitting and self adjusting or flexible horse-collar for farm and other use, and which shall readily adapt itself to the form of the animal, and thereby obviate those abrasions which are so common with the use of a rigid and unyielding collar. To these and other ends [the] collar is made for the most part of what is known as "moss-yarn," with its strands or fibers arranged and the body of the collar subjected to pressure in a mold or press" (lines 9-20).
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Clothes-Pounder.

Clothes-Pounder.

Date: November 19, 1895
Creator: Bain, WIlliam W. & Bain, William M.
Description: Patent for a clothes-pounder that is simple and effective with the operator using the minimum amount of energy. It is conical with a smaller cone inside it. A diaphragm is between the cones and the brace, and an is air vent inside it.
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Station-Indicator.

Station-Indicator.

Date: June 12, 1894
Creator: Baker, Artemas
Description: Patent for a station-indicator for trolley cars meant to "produce an automatic apparatus of this kind which is worked by the movement of the car and in which a map is employed, which is moved in such a way that the various points at which the car stops will always be correctly indicated" (lines 13-18).
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Chainless Bicycle.

Chainless Bicycle.

Date: March 20, 1900
Creator: Baker, Erle K.
Description: Patent for a new and useful chainless bicycle, including instructions and illustrations.
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Mechanical Movement.

Mechanical Movement.

Date: February 10, 1891
Creator: Baker, George W.
Description: Patent for a mechanical movement using a crank to operate the lazy-tongs through the medium of a pitman, guided by a pair of parallel wires and, a reciprocating bar guided by a socket to produce the reciprocating motion. Illustration is included.
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Shears.

Shears.

Date: January 20, 1891
Creator: Baker, George W.
Description: Patent for new and improved shears. This design is "adapted to be run along the top of the table or other surface, whereby the movable blade is adapted to be operated so that cloth, paper, or other material may be severed" (lines 9-13). It consists, "with a lower member provided with a handle, of a roller journaled to said member and provided with an elongated eccentric-pin an upper member pivoted to said lower member, and a rearwardly-extending projection from said upper member provided with a suitable elongated opening for the engagement of said pin" (lines 38-46).
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