Patent for a gathering machine for boll weevils and other pests in the cotton fields, which collects the insects of of the plants and throws them in the middle of the furrow to expose them to direct sunlight.
Patent for "a stand, shelf, or holder for attachment to desks...for the purpose of supporting a type-writer [or] reference-book... the object in view being to provide a support of this character with means for attaching the same to a desk and means for swinging or revolving said support so that the... article may be readily and conveniently brought around to the front of the desk for use... and then swung back out of the way upon the side of the desk." (lines 12-24)
Patent for an improvement in the device known as harrow tooth. Due to being constructed differently certain parts of the invention can be arranged any way the user wants and the harrow tooth is also capable of a more thorough cultivation and pulverization of soil which allows closer cultivation of crops or being more precise and thorough when digging up weeds.
Patent for "a simple and inexpensive construction of hook which is capable of ready and convenient adjustment and with which different articles of cloth, such as may be on hand, may be used as a back-band, and also so formed as to prevent cutting or tearing of the back-band with which it is used and to be quickly and positively clamped in position on the band" (lines 13-21).