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TVILLIAM C. HILKER, OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
MPROVEMENT IN PEG-GUTTERS.
Specii ration forming part of Letters Patent No. v150,3 HS, dated April 28, 1874 application Filed l February 7, 1874.
To all whom lit may concern:4
Be it known that I, WILLLaM C. HILKER, of St. Louis, St. Louis county, Missouri, have invented a certain Improvementjn Peg-Gutters, of which the following is a specification:
My improvement consists in a cutter-head pivoted on the stem and channeled on the under sid e, and having acutter occupyingatra11s-l verse slot, and being adjustable and removable.'
In the drawings, Figure l is aperspective v view of myimprovenient as attached to a bench or counter. Fig. 2 .is an upper perspective view of same in hand form. Fig. 3 is a longitudinal section. Fig.4 shows a modification having' two cutters.
A (see Fig. l.) is a' standard, supporting the stem B, .which latter may be removable, so as to allow the substitution of anothertool.A D is the cutter-head, pivoted atv C to the end of the stem. This head has two runners, d d, which are in contact with the shoe-sole, when the instrument isb-.in use, to preventthe cutter from entering too deeply. E is the cutter, which passes through a transverse slet, d', inthe head,` and which is secured to the latter by a screw, e. This cutter is made removable, to
admit of easy sharpening of the edge and to allow of its being set in the proper relative p0- sition with the runners `as it is ground or worn away. The edge of the .cutter will ordinarily he liush with the edges `of the runners, -so as to cut the pegs, and the ridge raised by their passage, down even with the general level of the insole, and to leave a smooth, hard surface',
instead of leaving a. surface raised up and uneven, as with the ordinary peg-cutter, whose serrations break the pegs and roughen up the leather.
In Fig. 2, A is the handle, the `stem and.
cutter .at eachA end instead ,of only one.
The operation of this instrument is so well known to the trade that any description of its use is superfluous. I will merely say that the playof the head upon the pivot O is sufficient to allow of its use either to cut out the pegs 0f the heel or forward part of the' shoe-in the former case the head being nearly or quite atright angles with the stem, and in the latter case more or less inclined. yThe runners d d and therounded end ofthe head act as safetyguides to prevent the contact of the cutter with vthe upper ot the shoe or boot.
I claim as my invention- The peg-cutter, having a head pivoted to they stern and provided with runners d and slot d', through which passes a' cutter, E, which is secured and adjusted by a set-screw,
c, as and for the purpose set forth.'
Witness my hand this 3d day of Iiebruary 187 4.
WILLIAM C. 'HILKEE n Witnesses:
SAM'L. KNIGHT, ROBERT BURNS.
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