Patent for dry concentrating table. "This invention relates to a dry concentrating table, and particularly to a construction by which a riffled table is adapted for use in dry concentration." Illustrations included.
August 15, 1905
Sutton, Henry M.; Steele, Walter L. & Steele, Edwin G.
Patent for a new garment-supporter, designed "to provide a simple, inexpensive, and efficient device adapted to support the hose and lower garments from the shoulders and capable of permitting perfect freedom of movement of every part of the body without chafing the same" (lines 12-17), which includes illustrations and instructions.
Patent for a four horse evener for wheel plows that improves disk or moldboard. It corrects the plows tendency to swing when met with the ground and utilizes the same force to relieve strain from the horses.
Patent for a tool that combines a how and edge-trimmer in one. The tool "may be conveniently used for trimming the edges of lawns, walks, and flower-beds and which may also be used as a weeding scuffle-hoe and as a sod-cutter" (lines 11-14) including illustrations
Patent for a switch. "This invention obviates likelihood of derailment by splitting the switches, so as to thereby secure a means for preventing the rolling stock from being thrown from the tracks." Illustration included.
Patent for a drinking fountain. "The object of the invention is to provide a drinking fountain having a drinking trough to which water will be automatically supplied as the same is removed by the stock." Illustration included.
Invention for a portable structure to be used as a dressing-cabinet that is easy to set up and take down, light enough to move on rollers, conveniently accessible, and containing mirrors and folding shelves.
Patent for a window-shade hanger that can be "adjusted to fit windows of various widths and shaderollers which vary in length and which may be readily put up and taken down." (lines 18-21) including illustration.