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Publication numberUS853586 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 14, 1907
Filing dateNov 9, 1906
Priority dateNov 9, 1906
Publication numberUS 853586 A, US 853586A, US-A-853586, US853586 A, US853586A
InventorsAlbin Johnson, Carl A Gustafson
Original AssigneeAlbin Johnson, Carl A Gustafson
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Horse-guiding belt.
US 853586 A
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LTO-853,586. PATENTED MAY 14) 11.907' A. OHNSON d; C. A. GUSTAFSON.

` HORSE GUDING BEL. APPLIOATION zum) Nov. a. 1906.

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.and CARL AUGUST GUsTAEsoN,

, UNITED STATES PATENT OEEIOE.

ALBIN JOHNSON AND CARL A.'4 GUSTAESON, OE. MOLINE, ILLINOIS. l

HORsEfGlDmG BELT.

- A Specification of Letters Patenay Patented may 14,1907.

f viippiiatimi ieaiittemter 9,1906. 'Serin No. 342,762.

- the United States, residing at .Moline, in.the

. county of Rock Island'and State of Illinois,

have invented vcertain new, and useful provements 1n ``jIIorse Guiding Belts-fle which the following isa Specication. e

Thisv invention relates to new and useful Improvements in beltsand it .particularly pertains to afbeltdesigned to be `worn by agricul turalist's and embodying means for guiding horses without manual control.

In suchfarmwork as plowing and cultivating it-is necessary for theoper'ator to release his hold upon'. the beamsv of the apparatus in orderto turn the horses at the end of .of the row is im the row'. For a-brief period.l of time the operator thus loses control of the plow or other apparatusv and the Work,` especially at the end' erfectlyl performed. lIt is therefore, the c 'ef consideration' ofthe present invention to provide novel means for n' T li'e detailedconstruction will appearffln the vcourseof the .following descriptionin-j" ywhich,I efereiice is had tothe-accom anying fi out several views, wherein,

guiding the horses'without the necessity of the operator releasing his hold upon .the beams Of the apparatus and consequently losing control thereof. A To this end the "nvention comprises areinforced belt, iitted around the waist of the andembodying'devices to which-the reinsforj guiding the horses,may'besecured' wearer in the same manner as an apparel belt drawingsfforming apart of this speci cation 'like numerals designatinglike parts lthro' Figure 1 is a view` illustrating the manner 'of use of a belt constructed in accordance= withV our invention. Fig.l 2 `isa detailed perf sections 5 which are approximately semispective view thereof Figi' 3 is a v'vertical transverse sectional view' thereof, and Fig.- 4 is a vertical longitudinal central view thereof.:

In the practicalxembodiment ofrour invention we employ a leather strap 1 which carries at one end a buckle 2 and strap guide 3 and at its other end is formed with aseries of apertures 4 with which the buckle engages.

lOwing to the extreme wear and strain which .l

is placedupon the belt in actual use, means are provided for reinforcing the strap 1 and vto cause the saine to be rigidly held in position upon the wearer. As best shown in Fig. 2 this means comprises curved metallic The sections are o counterpart constructionsby rivets/"131v The looped end of said of aring*13,.'asjisclearly liown'in. ig. 4.

In'practi'cal fussy-'th' belt is adjusted upon thewaistof thelweare fas shown in Fig. 1. by

meansoftliestaa In this `operation the of the belt.asanientirety, ,when it is being worn as. shown@` @The reins: are then tied or '.otherwisese'c `[ed to ..therings 13 and the horses vmaybe i uide'd by the proper movement fof v,the': .walst, .on by gbearin upon the l` reins 'with'theffielbowi-'It will of course be understood thelreinswill be more or less '.Lt'a'itforfthepurposesjdescribed.

. While'-f-the elements herein shown and]` dellggad'apted to serve the func- Y ybeinade .in the propor- {shapeand arrangement Of theseveral partswithout departing'from the spirit and seppe of the invention as=defined in the appended claims. Having fully described our invention we` .claimt 1' A deviceof the type set forth comprising disconnectedrigid curved sections, having outwardly extending per and loweredges, a belt loosely held between said flanged edges and fastening rings carried by each of said sections and loosely surrounding said belt.

In testimony whereof we afliX our signatures in presence of two witnesses.

- ALBIN JOHNSON.

. CARL A. GUSTAFSON. Witnesses: GEORGE M. BOYLE,

ALBIN SwA'NsoN.

lratheror otherl ein-g 'secured to said sec-'- clip yserves Vti-jiup.port=.the.etraightlportion 12 ure and bsoliitelypreventany displacementy confronting flanged up-.

annularand are independent of one another.

'tion and have theirfupper and lower edges tlisobvious that various

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2563818 *May 7, 1946Aug 14, 1951Clendening Lloyd EBracelet with strap attachment
US6761019 *Aug 30, 2002Jul 13, 2004Eileen EarnhartEquestrian riding aid
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB68B3/00