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Gate

Description: Patent for a gate. This invention is "especially directed to gates which are adapted to swing downward form a vertical to a horizontal position and lie flush with the surface of the ground." (line 7-11) It is designed to allow the wheels of vehicles to move the gate. Illustrations included.
Date: January 16, 1903
Creator: Terry, Hiram
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Crude-Oil Burner

Description: Patent for an invention that is "an improved crude-oil burner" (lines 8-9). Illustrations are included.
Date: January 31, 1902
Creator: Tucker, Holling G.
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Oven for Oil-Burners

Description: Patent for "an oven especially suitable to be used in connection with what is known as 'crude oil' burners." (lines 10-12)
Date: November 24, 1903
Creator: Tucker, Holling G.
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Pump.

Description: Patent for pump that allows for ease of maneuvering, via balanced operating mechanism; as well as ease of access and repacking, via a simpler valve.
Date: July 17, 1906
Creator: Terry, Hiram
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Cut-Off

Description: Patent for a shut off for water supply tanks for cutting off the supply of water and preventing freezing. Illustrations included,
Date: March 6, 1911
Creator: Wood, William Thomas
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Windmill

Description: Patent for windmill "utilizing a horizontally movable wheel" (line 10) that keeps a steady rotation and will have a wing tripping element that can either lock the wings or shift wings at proper time, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: March 12, 1912
Creator: Lindsey, James Owen
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Vehicle-Wheel.

Description: Patent for a vehicle wheel for automobiles that is constructed to prevent the rim from moving out of line with the hub without being bulky. It is simple in construction and resilient enough to be a substitute for a wheel equipped with a pneumatic tire that has springs shaped so that they will not snap off when subjected to sudden jolts.
Date: May 9, 1911
Creator: Tucker, Holling G.
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