US 929430 A
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B. HILL. CLOTHES PIN RECEPTAOLE.
' APPLIOATION IILBD sum. 1, 1908.
929,430. Patented July 27, 1909.
Wit-nu I I I of the United States at Kiowa, in the county of Barber BERT HILL, OF KIOWA, KANSAS.
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To all whom it may concern: Be it known that 1 BERT HILL, a citizen of America, residing ahdState of Kansas, have invented new and useful Improvements in Clothes-Pin Receptacles, of which the following is a specification.
This invention relatesto clothes in receptaclesdesigned I to be suspend from a clothes line and mounted'on rollers to'be carried frompl-ace to place upon the line, and
one of the princip objects of the' sameis to provide a basket or receptacle made of wire cloth or canvas which'will contain a number of clothes pins and to suspend said basket or receptacle from the clothes line by means of rods or bars having grooved rollers pivoted thereon for movement from place to place upon the clothes line.
Another object of the invention is to provide a basket or receptacle'iiaving a curved and open top which will permit ready access to the clothes pins and sus ending devices at the ends of said receptac es for carrying grooved pulleys adapted to run u on the clothes line to permlt the receptac e to be moved along as the clothes arehung upon the line.
These and other objects may be attained by means of the construction illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in which the figure is'aperspective View, of the clothes pin receptacle made in accordance with my invention and suspended from a clothes line.
Referring to the drawing, the numeral 1 designates a basket or receptacle'for clothes pins, said basket or receptacle having prefer ably a curved bottom 2 and curved slde edges 3 to permit ready access to the clothes ins.
The basket or reee tacle may be ma e "of wire cloth, preferab y galvanized iron wire,
1 or of canvas or other suitable material hav l Specification 0! Letters Patent. v I Application filed September 1, 1908. Serial no. 461,271.,
Patented July 27, 1909. y
ing wire binding members 4 at the sides thereof, said members being preferably curved as shown in the drawing to permit the clothes pins to be 'readily withdrawn therefrom. The ends of the members 4 are connected bymeans ofloops 5 with the end braces 6, said end braces having similar loops 7 engaging the loops 5. The end members 6 are centrally flattened, as at 8, and riveted to the flattened portions 8 are the suspending rods '9', said rods having their upper ends bent at 10 and turned downward to form bearings forthe, grooved rollers 11, said rollers being 'journaled in'the flattened portion 12 of the rods 9. By means of this construction the basket or reoe tacle ma be readilyconnected to a clothes line 13 an ,removed therefrom, said basket being movable upon the clothes line from place'to place.
I My invention .is simple in construction, can be roduced at slight cost, is durable and use 1 for its purpose and should be readily salable.
. The herein described clothes 1n receptacle comprising a wire gauze bas et having In testimonywhereof Iafiix my signature.
in presence of two witnesses.
q 1 BERT HILL.
Witnesses: 1 M J. E. HoLMEs,
O. W. Wilson.