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Bale-Tie.

Description: Patent for a bale tie that can withstand strain on the side of the band. The text describes the different parts of the bale tie and how it differs from ones currently used.
Date: April 8, 1913
Creator: Franz, Ezra A.
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Jar.

Description: Patent for a jar for thick semi-liquids such as mustard, which has a discharge spout in the side that allows the contents to be used without taking off the lid of the jar.
Date: August 17, 1909
Creator: Barr, George T., Sr.
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Cylinder for Cotton-Gins

Description: Patent for a cylinder for cotton gins that can have one disk removed for repair without taking apart the whole cylinder.
Date: August 13, 1912
Creator: Fuller ,James T.
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Rail-Splice.

Description: Patent for a rail splice that joins the ends of railway tracks to one another to prevent spreading of the tracks and is easily taken on and off for repair work.
Date: July 16, 1907
Creator: Bonner, Benjamin B. & Bonner, Thomas W.
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Wire-Winding Machine

Description: Patent for a wire winding machine for making well screens.
Date: August 20, 1912
Creator: Eastham, Albert Lindsay
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[Letters Patent for Flutter Wheels]

Description: Letters patent granting rights to James Stewart for an improvement to flutter wheels used to drive gins, mills, and other machinery.
Date: October 24, 1828
Creator: United States. Patent Office.
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Gate.

Description: Patent for a gate that is meant "to facilitate the opening of the gate without the intervention or use of the hands; to strengthen and brace the gate so as to prevent any possible sagging thereof, the braces being extended to form part of the hinge joint; to provide and dispose a latch so that it can be easily actuated by the foot from either approach for the purpose of releasing and opening the gate; lastly, to provide a gate that will close automatically without the use of springs and which will be simple, cheap, light and give satisfactory results" (lines 14-26).
Date: November 14, 1893
Creator: Jester, Andrew Edmond & Alexander, John Gilaspie
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