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Spring-Wheel.

Description: Patent for wheels in which spring-spokes are utilized to provide resilience. Provides design in which spokes are curved to correspond with the curvature of the hub allowing fastening to the rim.
Date: August 5, 1913
Creator: Martin, Vol
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Poultry-Nest.

Description: Patent for a poultry nest structure for chickens that has individual nest areas and allows for easy removal of the eggs.
Date: August 18, 1908
Creator: Welch, Simeon
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Fire-Escape.

Description: Patent for a new and useful fire escape, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: August 2, 1898
Creator: Buck, Sterling P. & Meaker, Charles L.
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Washing-Machine.

Description: Patent for washing machines that are "capable of thoroughly and rapidly washing clothes and other fabrics without wearing, tearing, or otherwise injuring them and at the expenditure of a minimum amount of labor." (Lines 13-17) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: August 31, 1897
Creator: Raley, Sylvester B. & Raley, Timothy M.
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Cotton-Planter.

Description: Patent for a simple and efficient cotton planter that plants four or more rows at once. It works over rough, stony, and uneven ground; its operation is that it opens a furrow, drops the seed, and puts dirt over the seeds.
Date: August 20, 1895
Creator: Mannewitz, Maximilian
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Wire-Stretching Spool-Carrier.

Description: Patent for a wire-stretching spool-carrier that can be easily mounted to the back of a wagon and can stretch wires to the desired amount of tension. Coils are on the mount on the wagon.
Date: August 14, 1894
Creator: Williams, Thomas P.
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Apparatus for Killing Rodents

Description: Patent for an apparatus for killing rodents "that may be used effectively for the destruction of all animals that burrow in the ground; and it consists in a furnace for the generation of sulphurous odors or other suffocating gases and a pump for forcing the gases into the burrows of the animals . . . ."
Date: August 22, 1882
Creator: Palmer, Austin D.
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