Patent for telephone system, which allows for locking the receiver hooks at all substations between two connected stations. It also allows for lines to be subdivided for the purpose of using more than one message at the same time.
Patent for a cotton stalk puller. It is designed "to operate upon the stalks, a pulling-cylinder agaisnt which the stalks are forced by the action of the reel and which operate in conjunction with the latter to pull or lift stalks from the ground" (lines 19-23). Illustrations included.
Patent for a gin saw cleaner. Object of the invention "is to provide a gin saw cleaning device which may be forced into contact with the saw blades by pressure exercised in the direction of the length of the cleaning device" (line 14-19) Illustration included.
Patent for a cotton press. This invention compresses and feeds cotton in a continuous spiral layer bat. The cotton goes to a revolving press of a cylindrical formation where they are compressed and condensed into a bale. Illustrations included.
Patent for improvements in churning-machines by using a “pair of slotted crank-arms, which having pitman-rods adjustably connected thereto and to the upper portion of the churn-dasher, so that by adjusting the pitman-rods longitudinally of the crank-arms the vertical movement or throw of the dasher may be regulated at will.” (Lines 17-22.) Illustration is included.