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Churn

Description: Patent for a new churn, an improvement on the device shown in prior Patent Number 944,129 granted December 21, 1909.
Date: October 20, 1914
Creator: Floyd, Ellis E.
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Cotton-Sack Carriage

Description: Patent for a simply structured carriage that will provide support to cotton sacks varying in different lengths.
Date: October 6, 1914
Creator: Alexander, Eugene E.
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Fishing-Float

Description: Patent for a new type of fishing float with "ferrules or caps" (line 18) on the ends to prevent water from getting into the float, causing it to decay, including illustrations and instructions.
Date: October 23, 1917
Creator: Scott, John S.
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Fly-Fan.

Description: Patent for improvements in fly fans, is to use the fan in conjunction “with screen doors whereby during the opening and closing of the door the fan will be operated in a direction to direct a current of air outwardly and thereby act as a barrier against the ingress of flies” (lines 16-21). Illustration is included.
Date: October 7, 1913
Creator: Williams, John W.
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Hay-Press.

Description: Patent for a simple and effective hay-press that consists of a plunger, a spring actuated toggle lever that is connected to the plunger, a toothed segment on the lever, a draft attachment with a toothed section that lines up with the toothed segment on the lever, a tongue, a disk connected to the tongue, a cross bar on the frame, plates attached to the cross bar, a pitman, a brake, and a mechanism that throws the brake into action.
Date: October 24, 1893
Creator: Wilson, Albert G.
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Twine-Cutter.

Description: Patent for improvements in rope-cutters by designing a “cutter having a slotted bracket with a lateral extension or bearing that has a longitudinal slot and a stop,” with a “combination of a lever-handle having a projecting knife-blade, registering with the slot in the bearing.” (Lines 81-86) This enable the rope to be cut in a single operation without sever the fibers. (Lines 74-76) Illustration is included.
Date: October 13, 1891
Creator: Maulden, Chester, Doctor
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Wire-Stretcher.

Description: Patent for a fence-wire stretcher with an improved clamping device for holding the wire after it has already been drawn. Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: October 5, 1897
Creator: Sharpe, Thomas F.
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