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J. M. WIOKHAM & J. H. STEVENS.

COMBINATION TOOL.

No. 439,711. Patented Nov. 4, 1,890.

inllllllill IIDaZIJfP UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

JAMES M. WIOKHAM AND JOHN H. STEVENS, OF LURAY, MISSOURI.

COMBINATION-TOOL.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. (39,711, dated November 4, 1890. Application filed June 26, 1890- Serial No, 356,843. (No model.)

Clark and State of Missouri, have invented a new and useful Combination-Tool, of Which the following is a specification.

This invention has relation to combinationtools; and the objects of the invention are to provide an extremely simple and durable tool and combining in the single tool a hammer, a claw, and a wire-tightener.

With the above general objects in View the invention consists in certain features of construction, hereinafter specified, and particularly pointed out in the claim.

Referring to the drawings, Figure l is a side elevation of a combination-tool constructed in accordance with our invention. Fig. 2 is a Vertical longitudinal section. Fig. 3 is a detail in perspective of the wire-tightening lever.

Like numerals of reference indicate like parts in all the figures of the drawings.

The head 1 of the tool comprises a central cylindrical portion 2, provided with a circular opening 3. Integral with the cylindrical portion and projecting from one side of the same is a hammer head or face 4, and diametrically opposite said head there extends from said cylindrical portion and is formed integrally therewith a nail-puller or claw 5. At the junction of the head at with the cylindrical portion 2, and in the underside of said head, is formed a handle-socket 6, in which is inserted the reduced tenon 7 of a rigid handle 8, said handle being provided in front of the tenon with a shoulder 9, which takes under the cylindrical portion of the head 1.

Upon the under side of the claw 5, and at its junction with the cylindrical portion, is formed a pair of opposite forwardly-projecting cars 10, in which is mounted and passes transversely therethrough a bearing-pin 11.

and through the cylindrical portion 2 of the head 1 and terminates in an inwardly-disposed curved hook 15, adapted to engage a wire.

It will be observed that the device may be used in the capacity of an ordinary hammer, or for the purpose of drawing nails by inverting the same.

To tighten the wire of a fence, the hook is passed over the wire and the handles or levers separated until all slack wire is drawn into the eye 3, after which the device may be r0 tated to twist the wire and a staple inserted over the wire and into the post. \Vhen slight slacks are to be taken up, the claw 16 at the end of lever or handle 8 is employed, said claw being inserted over the Wire and twisted, as will be apparent. After this has been ac complished, the wire may be disconnected and the same operation repeated beyond the next post. In this way a fence-Wire may be tightened without the expense of any special individual tool designed for the purpose, inasmuch as by ourinvention we have provided a tool designed to perform the functions of three distinct and separate tools.

Having thus described our invention, what we claim is The herein-described combination-tool, the same consisting of a head having a centrallylocated cylindrical portion provided with a cylindrical opening, a claw formed at one side of the head and a hammer-face at the oppo site side, (the claw, cylindrical portion, and hammer-face all being integral and the latter provided with a socket and the claw with a pair of bearinglugs,) arigid handle inserted in the socket, and a lever pivoted in the bearinglugs and extending beyond and through the circular opening of the head and terminating in an inwardly-disposed curved hook, substantially as specified.

In testimony that we claim the foregoing as our own we have hereto affixed our signatures in presence of two witnesses.

JAMES M. WICKHAM. JOHN H. STEVENS. Witnesses:

M. J. WILSON, E. E. WILSON.

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