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Churn-Motor.

Churn-Motor.

Date: March 16, 1880
Creator: Rogers, James P.
Description: Patent for a butter churn with a "vertical rotary dasher" (line 19), including instructions and illustrations.
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Churn-Power.

Churn-Power.

Date: May 26, 1891
Creator: MaGee, William Joseph
Description: Patent for improvements in churn-motors by using the combination of an upright supporting frame, “a shaft journaled in the frame, means for rotating the shaft,…..corresponding with the size of the joint between the dasher-staff and pitman, substantially as specified.” (Line 5-15, p.2) Illustration is included.
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Churn-Power.

Churn-Power.

Date: April 21, 1891
Creator: Dickey, John S.
Description: Patent for improvements in churns is to “simplify and improve the construction of the means for operating vertically-reciprocating churn-dashers and to enable the dasher to be adjusted vertically, according to the amount of lacteal fluid to be churned.” (Lines 11-15) Illustration is included.
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Churn-Power.

Churn-Power.

Date: November 24, 1891
Creator: Reese, Roswell
Description: Patent for improvements in churn-power by using a combination of “a vertical support [piece], an operating-lever pivoted thereto, a dasher-shaft, a horizontal bar connected to the said lever, and a cord secured at its ends to the said bar and wrapped between its ends around the dasher-shaft. All these parts combined to enable the churn to operate as described.” (Lines 55-61) Illustration is included.
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Circular Railroad or Round About.

Circular Railroad or Round About.

Date: August 22, 1882
Creator: Sturm, William
Description: Patent for novel improvements on circular railroads, and also to means for propelling a turn-table on which the carriages are secured.
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Clevis.

Clevis.

Date: July 28, 1891
Creator: Bruton, Alonzo D.
Description: Patent for improvements in clevises in which a clevis can be used upon plows or harrows. When it is used, it “will obviate the necessity of using links or open rings in connection with the clevis and the singletree, as well as enable the plowman to cause his plow to run in the soil any desired depth or to cut a narrow or wide furrow.” (Lines 16-20) Illustration is included.
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Cloth-Bolt Clamp.

Cloth-Bolt Clamp.

Date: March 30, 1897
Creator: Leveritt, Nicholas T.
Description: Patent for a clamp "to hold the folds of a bolt of cloth in position and to prevent the same form being unwound except when desired." (Lines 23-25) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Cloth-Measuring Machine.

Cloth-Measuring Machine.

Date: January 20, 1880
Creator: Dodson, Orson W.
Description: Patent for a cloth cleaning machine to "furnish bagging-reels, so constructed that the bagging can be conveniently unwound from the roll, measured automatically, and again wound into a roll" (lines 13-17).
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Cloth-Measuring Machine.

Cloth-Measuring Machine.

Date: August 3, 1880
Creator: Dodson, Orson W.
Description: Patent for for a new cloth-measuring machine design, including illustrations.
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Clothes-Pounder.

Clothes-Pounder.

Date: May 2, 1893
Creator: Allgaier, George E.
Description: Patent for improvements in atmospheric clothes pounders: "Dividing the outer section into compartments so that air in escaping is distributed evenly from all sides of the pounder instead of escaping in a body from one side, whenever the pounder strikes a wad or knot of cloths and is tipped sidewise; it also makes the suction better" (lines 49-55).
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