Design for a churn-frame
US D27188 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
No. 27,188. Patented June 8,1897.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
\VILLIAM SANDERS, OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
DESIGN FOR A CHURN-FRAME.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 27,188, dated June 8, 1897.
Application filed February 1, 1897. Serial No- 621.565. Term of patent 7 years.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, VILLIAM SANDERS, of the city of St. Louis, State of Missouri, have invented a new and original Design for Churn- Frames, of which the following is afull, clear, and exact description, reference beinghad to the accompanying drawings, forming a part hereof.
Figure 1 is a top plan view of a churnframe embodying my new design. Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the parts shown in Fig. 1 and lookingin the direction indicated by the arrow.
As shown in the drawings, the leading and essential feature of my design consists of the horizontal bar 3; the bracket 4, projecting upwardly from the rear end of said horizontal bar; the arm 5, projecting upwardly from the front end of said horizontal bar; the arm 6, projecting upwardly from said horizontal bar at a point half-way between the bracket 4 and the center of the bar; the horizontal bar 7, projecting forwardlyfrom the upper end of the arm 6; the inclined bar 8, connecting the forward end of the bar 7 with the upper end of the arm 5; the cylindrical body 9, projecting laterally from the junction of the upper end of the arm 5 with the inclined bar 8; the bar 10, resting upon the bar 7 and projecting backwardly to a point in alinement with the rear end of the bracket 4; the bar 11, projecting laterally from the front end of the bar 10; the bar 12, connecting the forward end of the bar 10 with the end of the bar 11 opposite the bar 10, and the bracket 13, projecting upwardly from the bar 12 to a point in alinenient with the junction of the bar 12 with the bar 11.
The horizontal bar 3 is T-shaped in crossscction between the lower ends of the arms 5 and 6, and said horizontal bar 3 is fiat in front of the lower end of the arm 6. The cylindrical lug 14 projects upwardly from the upper end of the bracket 4, and a similar lug 15 projects downwardly from the rear end of the bars 10 and 1;, said lugs 11 and 15 being in vertical alinement. The arm 6 is T-shaped in cross-section, the laterally-projecting rib being upon the left side of said arm to a point near the lower end of the arm, and then there is a break in said laterally-projectin g rib upon the left side of the arm, and a similar rib projects from the opposite side of the arm, as indicated in dotted lines in Fig. 2. An opening 16 is formed horizontally through the arm 6 at the center of the rib which projects from the right side of said arm.
The arm 5 and the bar 8 are T-shapcd in cross-section, said arm and bar being flat upon the right side, and the bar 7 is Tshapcd in cross-section, said bar 7 being flat upon the top side. A bracket 17 projects downwardly and backwardly from the junction of the forward end of the horizontal bar 3 with the arm 5. A circular lug 18 projects downwardly from the horizontal ribs of the bar 7 upon each side of the vertical rib of said bar. A cylindrical bodyli) projects upwardly and down wardiy from the upper en (1 of the bracket 13, and a cylindrical lug 20 projects downwardly from the junction of the bars 11 and 2 in alinement with the cylindrical body 19. An opening 21 is formed horizontally through the cylindrical body 19, and an opening 92 is formed vertically through the lug 15, and a similar opening is formed through the circular lug 14: in alinementwith said opening An opening 23 is formed vertically through the cylindrical body 15!, an d a similar opening is formed through the lug in alinement with said opening 23.
I claim-- The design fora churn-frame, substa ntiali y a as herein shown and described.
In testimony whereof I allix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
\VILLIAM SANDERS. \Vitnesses:
EDWARD E. LONUAN, llIAUD GRIFFIN.