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US1236545A
US1236545A US12461316A US12461316A US1236545A US 1236545 A US1236545 A US 1236545A US 12461316 A US12461316 A US 12461316A US 12461316 A US12461316 A US 12461316A US 1236545 A US1236545 A US 1236545A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A24TOBACCO; CIGARS; CIGARETTES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES; SMOKERS' REQUISITES
    • A24FSMOKERS' REQUISITES; MATCH BOXES; SIMULATED SMOKING DEVICES
    • A24F1/00Tobacco pipes
    • A24F1/02Tobacco pipes with arrangements for cleaning or cooling the smoke
    • A24F1/04Tobacco pipes with arrangements for cleaning or cooling the smoke with smoke chamber or slobber traps
    • A24F1/06Tobacco pipes with arrangements for cleaning or cooling the smoke with smoke chamber or slobber traps inside the pipe
    • A24F1/08Tobacco pipes with arrangements for cleaning or cooling the smoke with smoke chamber or slobber traps inside the pipe inside the stem

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a. w. CONLEY. SMOKING PIPE.
V APPLICATION FILED OCT. 9. "Iii 1,236,645. Patented Aug. 14, 1917.
' ,40 ges dare "simplen'lcss expensive and otherwise UNITED sTAttEs Q ENT OF Q i GEORGE W. CONLEY, OI 'WHEATON', ILLINOIS.
SMOKING-PIPE.
Sprmifl-mticnv of Letters Yatent. Patented Aug, 14, 1917.
Application filed October 9, 1916. Serial No. 124,613.
To all whom it mttfl/ concern:
Be itknown that I, Gnonon WI Conner, a citizen of the United States, residing at Wheatomin the county of Dupage and State of Illinois, have invented certain new oind useful Improvements in Smoking- Pipes, of which the following is a specification, reference being had to the accompany ingrdrowings. I A
his invention relates to certain UnpflW- moms in smoking pipes and it is an object Ofthe invention to provide. a pipe having novel and improved means whereby a cool. di'y smoke is assured and wherein the possibility of the formation of a wet heel with in i'tl ie b owl of the pipe is substantially entirely'eliminated.
It is also an object of the invention to provide a pipe having novel and improved means whereby the parts thereof may be thoroughly and effectively cleansed and whereby clogging 11p of the pipe ispre vented.
The-'inventidn also has for an object to provide'ajnovel and improved pipe of this goitefli'gtl ens-m ter wherein the stem is prov'itl'ed with an impervious'lining preferably of metal whereby said stem is prevented from 'iibsorbing nicotin.
A further objeot of the lTWQX'lllOD is to provide a pipe including a novel and iin- "stein which serves to prevent the acc-i-imulntion of moisture therein, either shim. from the smokers mouth or niootin from tlietobhcco,
The invention consists in the details of uc'ti'on and inthe combination and on msgement ofthe several parts ofmy imhereinafter definitely claimed.
"the of the pipe as herein embodied;
pipe whereby certain important ad- 'roottained and the device is renvantn more; convenient and edv'ontageous for use, all will be hereinnfter-claimed.
The novel fetnres of the invention will In order that my invention may be the better understood, I Wll'l now proceed to de- 'scribe the same with reference to the accompartying drityyin'gs, whereinr l Fi me 1 I s, longitudinal verticalsectione view taken through a pipe mmstructed in accordance withflan embodiment of my invention? 2 is anwleva-tional view of the inner end .of the metallic tube insertible within openings 4 will not retain any obstruction! Fig. 3 is a sectional view taken snbstantially on the line 3-.-3 of Fig; 1;
Fig. 4: is a longitudinal. sectional view taken through a metallic tube constructedin accordance with a further embodiment of my invention; and
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary longitudinal sectiona-l view illustrating a. metallic'tube or I lining constructed in accordance with a still further embodiment of my invention As disclosed in the accompanying drawings, B denotes the bowl of a pipe which is provided with a conventional stem S. It is to he noted that the bore of the stem is of a diameter materially greater than the bore of the pipe stems generally employed and removably insertible within the bore of the stem 5% is the tubular lining or sleeve-i1, the inner end 2 of which ispermanently closed, while the opposite or outer end is provided with the removable cap 3. l
The inner end 2 of the lining 1 terminates substantially flush with the interior well of the bowl B and is provided adjacent its top portion with the restricted openings 4 through which the smoke is adopted to be drawn and by having the openings 1 so located it will be at once understood that the nicotin. from the tobacoo drown within the lining 1 will. drop to the bottom of said lining, while the smoke will travel along the upper portion of the lining.
The linin 1 extends beyond the outer end portion of t e stem S lid is provided in its top with the restricted openings 5 throughf which the smoke posses.
It is thought to be self-evident that the tubular linin 1 serves to prevent the stem 7 S from chsor ing nicotinand thetthecoii-f struction of said lining 1 permits the stern to be readily and efiectively cleansed. It is also thought to be self-evident that the 1105+ sibility o the linin 1.becoming cloggedfl'issulilstantinlly. entire y eliminated; as the as said obstructions will drop down to the bottom of the lini i 7 It is also'to' be the stem S is in communication with tho bowl B at a, point above the bottom thereot I This arrangement 1s of -meter'iol advontlige I as, it will be perceived that when the firs burns the tobacco down even with the c onin A, the pipe will o out and there w' 1 be is in the ttom o the bowl some that the fire has not'burnt. When the l. i served that the bor f gt thetop thereof stantially equal lean and fresh and l as is often formed inpipes of thegeneral type 6 denotes a with the periphery of the piece M 01' enter said bore or passage.
Intermediate its length and at a p midway the'outer end of the lining 1 and inner end of the mouth piece M, the sleeve 6 is intersected bv the partition or septum 8 whereby the members a and b are afforded. Itwill at once he self-evident that any saliva which throu h the delivered into the chamber m-through the openings 5 in the lining 1 and at a point above the outer-7' end of the linin the pnrgitioior septum the restricted opening 9'and isnlso positioned above the entrance or inuetion orifice the mouth openin througii -shaped line, whereby sta'ntially maintained out of contact with any moisture which either of the chambers a or b In the embddiment of my invention illustrated in Fig. 4', the lining for the prises a sleeve '10 adapted to be inserted within the bore of the stem and inner end 11 outer end open. The closed end 11 of the sleeve 10'is providedwith the openings 12 purpose which is believed to. be seli evident. The sleeve 10 is of a length subto the length of the bore outer end of normally closed by the remove whilethe inner en portion of the sleeve 14 is cut 8 15 provided with of the bore or passage 7 of gugeable aving its with its opposite orand telescopically engaged Y of the mouth vided with an opening ofl'setrelative to orifices of the stein and the sleeve 14 .is open and 1s afford an opening so that the smoke drawn through the openings 12 may jreadily enter vwithin the sleeve 1 In t 1e form my invention is of an extremelv simple an ienee and sem'bled,
y inclaimed.
I claim: A smoking pipe comprising a bowl provided with a stern liming a bore in com at a pipe con-' tltion intersecting the sleeve lnterme iate the outer end of the'stem and the inner piece, said partition being prothe mouth piece in comthe partition'bemg. positioned above the extended portion of the'lining.
In testimony whereof I hereunto aflix' m signature in the presence'of two witnesses GEORGE W. com-int,- Witnesses:
W. II.DAI?LING SYLvANUs' L. Rimes.
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Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2686524A (en) * 1950-08-24 1954-08-17 Sr Robert E Kershaw Nozzle-type filter for use in pipes or cigarette holders
US3504677A (en) * 1969-02-19 1970-04-07 Max J Doppelt Cigarette and/or cigarette holder
US3646941A (en) * 1969-09-15 1972-03-07 E A Carey Pipe Co Cigarette and/or cigarette holder

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2686524A (en) * 1950-08-24 1954-08-17 Sr Robert E Kershaw Nozzle-type filter for use in pipes or cigarette holders
US3504677A (en) * 1969-02-19 1970-04-07 Max J Doppelt Cigarette and/or cigarette holder
US3646941A (en) * 1969-09-15 1972-03-07 E A Carey Pipe Co Cigarette and/or cigarette holder

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