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Cultivator.

Description: Patent for a cultivator that is easily constructed and adjusted. It has a beam, parallel bars extending its length, a block between the front ends of the bars, an adjustable bar that carries the teeth, and clamping plates above and below the bar.
Date: March 12, 1895
Creator: Ford, John O.
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Corn or Cotton Planter.

Description: Patent for a simple, inexpensive, and efficient adjustable corn or cotton planter. It has a frame, ground-wheel, furrow opening and closing apparatuses, a hopper, seeding devices, a crank-arm, an agitator shift, a set-screw, a crank-pin, and bearings on the sides of the hopper.
Date: December 4, 1894
Creator: Brown, Mathias
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Cultivator.

Description: Patent for a new and improved cultivator. This design "is to produce . . . cultivators [that] can be adjusted laterally in relation to each other and turned at any desirable angle, and in which the frame and the beam can be made to stand at any desired angle to each other" (lines 17-23). It consists in "a semicircular frame, two vertical plates secured to the ends of the said frame and having their upper edges serrated, blocks placed between the plates, the plates, bolts for clamping them to opposite edges of the vertical plates, and the cultivators which pass through the plates and the beam" (lines 8-15).
Date: December 16, 1890
Creator: Ford, John Owen
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