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Press-Head-Operating Apparatus.

Description: Patent for improvements in press-head-operating apparatus “to provide means for rotating the connecting member and also means for retaining the parts in their relative positions.” (Lines [20]-[23].) Illustration is included.
Date: March 3, 1914
Creator: Pool, Charles R. P.
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Cotton-Gin.

Description: Patent for improvements to Cotton-Gins' brush cylinders that includes "a longitudinal tubular member having a brush cylinder cooperating therewith and which serves as a conduit for the passage of the lint cotton from the gin and also as a connecting means for the legs of the gin frame and as an end outlet for the gin, and leaving the rear of the latter unobstructed and freely accessible" (lines 13-21), including illustrations and instructions.
Date: March 3, 1914
Creator: Murray, Stephen D.
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Suit-Box.

Description: Patent for a pasteboard box with flexible binding that can be used for carrying suits.
Date: March 24, 1914
Creator: Moses, Jacob B.
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Counting-Machine.

Description: Patent for "a counting machine, and it more particularly relates to an attachment for typewriters (lines 12-14).
Date: March 3, 1914
Creator: Davis, Oscar C.
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Smoke Stack Protector

Description: Patent for adjustable smoke stack protector that stays open when in use and covers the opening when not in order to protect from rain, wind, dirt to protect the stack from deteriorating.
Date: March 17, 1914
Creator: French, Elmer C. & Craig, Thomas E.
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Centrifugal Suction Fan

Description: Patent for improvements made towards in suction fans that are found in cotton picking machines to improve efficiency. The primary improvements detailed in the patent describe and illustrate an improved design of the casing inside the fan to prevent damage to the cotton or the seed once they are sucked into the fan, among other design improvements.
Date: March 10, 1914
Creator: Meier, John & Miller, T. S., Jr.
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