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Patent for a butter container that holds butter and protects against direct handling until it is served. This is inexpensive, two-piece and very easy to clean.
Patent for a Wardrobe that is easy to assemble, dust proof and inexpensive construction
Design for a Badge, Button, or similar article.
Patent for design for a badge, button or similar article demonstrating the logo for the National Anti-Tipping League.
Bookbinder's Gluing-Press.
Patent for a bookbinder's gluing press, which can be used for books of varying thicknesses.
Patent for a harness saddle that will always maintain its shape and will be comfortable for the animal, thus preventing sores from forming. Illustrations included.
Nut Lock
Patent for nut lock. Illustration included.
Patent for a serving tray with individual spots for various dishes, which turns on rollers intended for use at hotels, restaurants, and boarding houses.
Corn Husker and Chopper
Patent for a corn husker and chopper. Illustration included.
Patent for a device that allows two pipes to be connected without the need of creating threads on the end of pipes.
Pump-Operated Device
Patent for "combination with a pump-operating crank-shaft and a walking-beam operatively connected with the pump-rod, means for preventing sudden movements of the pump-rod at the ends of its strokes and for assisting in starting the rod in its reciprocations" (lines 10-15).
Patent for improvements in drills by providing “a frame which may be readily attached to any suitable support and wherein the drill-spindle may be engaged for operation by a common form of chest-brace.” (Lines 9-13) The frame would enable the stock-rest to adjust in proper positions to receive different thicknesses of stock.” (Lines 15-17) Illustration is included.
Corn - Husking Machine
Patent for improvements to the corn-husking machine with a butt-end cutter for the ears of corn. (lines 9-10)
Patent for new design for a wrench that is a "simple, efficient, and inexpensive one adapted for operating on nuts, pipes, rods and other objects." (Lines 11-13) Illustration included.
Patent for a new and useful improvement in cotton choppers, including instructions and illustrations.
Patent for a new and useful hoe, including instructions and illustrations.
Patent for a "simple, inexpensive, and convenient hand-operated machine employing an oscillating knife or cutter for severing the stalk or stem and at at the same time clamping the shucks, so that the ear, when turned, will effect the bursting open of the shucks, thus permitting the ready removal of the ear" (lines 8-15).
Automatic Telephone-Exchange System.
Patent for "a simple system and arrangement which is especially adapted for a telephone exchange, which enables the instruments to be connected by a single wire, which dispenses with the use of an operator at the central station, which has automatic means for registering the messages sent by each subscriber, and which is provided with an automatic switching device by means of which one subscriber may connect with any other" (lines 10-19).
Patent for an improved, simple, and durable sulky-plow that "may be shifted laterally by the driver during the act of plowing whenever such action is deemed advisable, thereby changing the cut whenever occasion may demand" (lines 10-14). The plow can attach to any type of wheeled plow.
Wind Engine.
Patent for a new and improved wind engine. This design "relates to an improvement in wind-engines, in which a vertical circular frame having a wind-wheel is covered to the half by a hemispherical roof supported by posts" (lines 8-12).
Rotary Force Pump.
Patent for a new and improved rotary force-pump. This design "consists in a rotary force-pump constructed with a tubular standard provided with one or more flexible tubes having interior half-tubes and an interior cylinder mounted upon a crank-shaft and provided with adjustable bars carrying rollers whereby a liquid can be raised by the successive action of the said rollers upon the said flexible tubes" (lines 22-29).
Patent for a new and improved windmill. This design consists in "the sectional spiral vanes of the wind-wheel, having a flange on the outer edge, widest at the end of the vane on which the wind first takes effect, and inclined to the plane of the vane for deflecting the wind thereon . . . [and] [t]he brake, having guide-pulley and combined with the pull-cord, tail-vane, and the wheel-shaft, said shaft having a friction-wheel" (lines 13-22).
Portable Dark Room.
Patent for a new and improved portable dark room. This design "consists in a box provided with an opening in one side and a sleeve of pliable material extending outward from this opening, which box contains two smaller boxes for receiving the exposed and unexposed dry plates. The box is provided with a handle for carrying it" (lines 13-19).
Saddle-Tree Fork.
Patent for a new and improved saddle-tree fork. This design "strengthen[s] the iron fork by means of a bent wooden part" (lines 14-15). It also utilizes ribs running into and through the neck cavity, which strengthens the neck of the saddle, as when bearing the strain of a lasso.
Improvement in Draw-Gages.
Patent for improving the manner in which leather straps may be cut and avoid slippage.
Improvement in Glass Globes or Reservoirs for Lamps.
Patent for an "invention to prevent the breaking of glass globes used in kerosene lamps as reservoirs for the burning fluid; and this invention consists in the application around the reservoir of a rubber ring let into a groove, but projecting sufficiently to receive the concussion in case the lamp is overthrown." (Lines 10-16) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Improvement in Wheel-Plows.
Patent for an improvement in wheel plows made so that "the plowing may be done by passing back and forth in parallel lines" (lines 17-18).
Improvement in Cotton-Tie Stretchers.
Patent for an improvement for an instrument to stretch and tie a band around a cotton bale.
Spring Bed-Bottom.
Patent for the improvement of bedsteads using a spring bottom-construction with zig-zag wire, including illustration.
Wire Fence.
Patent for wire fencing using wooden and iron posts to be more readily seen by cattle, including illustration.