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Publication numberUS800573 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 26, 1905
Filing dateDec 28, 1904
Priority dateDec 28, 1904
Publication numberUS 800573 A, US 800573A, US-A-800573, US800573 A, US800573A
InventorsEdgar J Hazelton
Original AssigneeEdgar J Hazelton
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Dauber for shoe-dressing.
US 800573 A
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No. 800,573. PATENTED SEPT. 26, 1905.




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Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Sept. 26, 1905.

Application filed December 28, 1904:. Serial No, 238,665.

T at whom it may conccrm Be it known that I, EDGAR J. HAZELTON, a citizen of the United States, residing at Delmar, in the county of Albany. State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Daubers for Shoe-Dressing; and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.

This invention relates to daubers for shoedressing, the object of the invention being to provide acheap and simple article including a holder and means for feeding the dressing from the holder as it is to be used.

A further object of the invention is to provide a simple and efficient means for feeding the dressing and to provide, further, an article that may be refilled.

In the drawings forming a portion of this specificatiomand in which like numerals of reference indicate similar parts in the several views, Figure l is a side elevation showing the dauber. Fig. 2 is a section taken longitudinally through the dauber. View of the piston. Fig. 4 is a detail view of the yoke-shaped piston-rod. Fig. 5 is a sectional view, partly in elevation and showing the cylindrical members telescoped one within the other. Fig. 6 is a plan view of the plate in which the lower end of the adjusting-screw is mounted.

Referring now to the drawings, there is shown a dauber comprising a dressing-holder 10 of cylindrical shape, one end portion of which is turned inwardly upon itself, as shown at 11, to present a rounded edge 12, that will not injure the leather to which the dressing is to be applied, there being formed a head 13 which circumscribes the holder and forms a stop for the edge of a cap 14, which is adapted for engagement over the end of the member 10. The opposite end of the member 10 is corrugated to form threads 15 to receive the similarly-formed threads 16 at the enlarged cylindrical end portion of asecond cylindrical member 17, there being a shoulder 18 between the enlarged and reduced portions of this second cylindrical member. The threaded portion of the member 17 engages over the threaded portion of the member 10. Between the shoulder 18 and the adjacent end of the member 10 there is clamped a disk-shaped plate 19, having a keyhole-slot 20 therein, the reduced end portion of which slot is at the center of the Fig. 3 is a detail plate, and at opposite sides of the reduced portion of the slot are the openings 21 and 22.

Vithin the member 10 is disposed a diskshaped piston 23, having perforations 24 and 25 at opposite sides of its center and with which are engaged the reduced ends of a yokeshaped piston-rod 26, the web portion 27 of which is within themember 17, while the parallel arms thereof are engaged slidably through the openings 21 and 22. By reciprocating the piston-rod the piston will be correspondingly moved in the member 10 to force therefrom the body of dressing 28 or to permit of pressing said body back into the member 10 when the cap 1 is applied to the latter.

To reciprocate the piston-rod, a screw 29 is passed loosely through a perforation 30 in the closed end of the member 17 and is engaged in a threaded perforation 31 in the Web 27 of the piston-rod,one extreme end portion 32 of the screw being reduced in diameter, so

that it may pass freely through the perforation 31 and through the enlarged end portion of the keyhole-slot 20 in the guide-plate l9. Directly above the portion 32 the screw is provided with'a circumferential groove 33, which receives the side of the narrowed portion of the keyhole-slot when the-screw is shifted to the center of the guide-plate. In this position the screw is held against longitudinal movement, so that when it is rotated the piston-rod is correspondingly shifted longitudinally and the piston moved. The screw 29 is provided with a thumb-piece 35, which lies exteriorly of the member 17 for rotating it, and the screw is preferably a left-hand screw, so that when rotated to the right the piston is shifted to feed the dressing from the member 10.

hen the dauber is empty, the member 10 may be disengaged from the member 17 and slipped over it, as illustrated in Fig. 7, so that it will take up a minimum of space to facilitate shipment.

What is claimed is 1. A dressing-dauber comprising a cylindrical holding member, a second cylindrical member having an enlarged end portion and a resultant shoulder, said enlarged end portion being screwed onto the holder, a guideplate held between the shoulder and the holder, a piston in the holder, a piston-rod connected to the piston and extending through the guideplate, and a feed-screw rotatably connected with the guide-plate and having threaded engagement with the piston-rod.

,2. A dressing-dauber comprising a holding member, a second member connected with the holding member, a guide-plate clamped be tween the holding member and the second member, a piston in the holding member, a piston -rod connected with the piston and passed through the guide-plate into the second member, and a feed-screw rotatably connected with the guide-plate and having threaded engagement with the piston-rod, said screw extending exteriorly of the second member and having means for rotating it.

3. A dressing-dauber comprising a cylindrieal body portion of sheet metal having one end turned inwardly upon itself and having the opposite end corrugated to form threads, a second cylindrical member having an enlarged end portion corrugated to form threads and engaged with the threads of the body portion, a guide-plate clamped between the body portion and the second member, said plate having a keyhole-slot therein, and a perforation at each side of said slot, a piston in the body portion, a yoke-shaped piston-rod in the second member having its arms slidably engaged with the perforations of the guide-plate and their extremities connected to the piston, the web portion of the piston-rod having a threaded perforation therein, and a feed-screw engaged with the perforation in the pistonrod and having a circumscribing groove in one end in which the sides of the reduced portion of the keyhole-slot are received, the opposite end of the screw extending exteriorly of the second member and having means for rotating it.

In testimony whereof I afiix my signature in presence of two witnesses.



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