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Silo

Description: Patent for a reinforced silo, either constructed from cement or cement like materials. The construction of the doorway provides access to the upper end by a ladder.
Date: November 24, 1914
Creator: Ray, James H.
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Gearing.

Description: Patent for improved gear structures for motor vehicles that pull plows or other items across the ground or across roadways.
Date: June 9, 1914
Creator: Coleman, Arthur
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Differential Mechanism.

Description: Patent for differential mechanism using worm and beveled gears to control the rear wheels of a vehicle.
Date: May 13, 1913
Creator: Coleman, Arthur.
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Oil-Cake Feeder.

Description: Patent for new improvements in oil-cake feeders to regulate the feed supply to cattle.
Date: March 2, 1915
Creator: McFarland, James G.
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Replanting Attachment for Cultivators.

Description: Patent for a replanting attachment for cultivators, which can be used to plant seed in thin spots in already growing field of crops.
Date: June 14, 1910
Creator: Faust, William
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Rotary Reversible Steam-Engine

Description: Patent for a rotary reversible steam-engine which is "not easy to get out of order, and the parts of which can be readily removed and replaced when worn or broken" (p. 1).
Date: January 28, 1890
Creator: Payne, John J.E.H., of Lipscomb, Texas
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Gas-Cylinder for Elevating Heavy Ordnance

Description: Patent for "improved means for effecting the desired movements of the gun, to elevate the latter for discharge, and retract it for loading and concealment" (lines 19-24).
Date: September 30, 1890
Creator: Payne, John J. E. H.
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Safe.

Description: Patent for "safes which are made burglar and if desired, fire proof without increasing weight and cost ofthe same, reliance for security being placed upon the release or discharge of condensed gases, liquefied or not, and contained within the walls of the safe in such manner as that any attempt to force the safe will break the walls of the containing-chamber and release the fluid, said fluid or gases being of a deadly character, whereby persons or animals are compelled to flee from the vicinity of the safe as soon as the gas permeates the atmosphere, and, if desired, also having the property of extinguishing fires or preventing combustion" (lines 11-25).
Date: January 6, 1891
Creator: Payne, John J. E. H.
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