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D. W. SIGLER.
FENCE POST.
No. 514,569. Patented Feb. 13, 1894 as will be more fully hereinafter described,
UNITED STATES PATENT Fries.
DAVID \V. SIGLEB, OF UNION CITY, OHIO.
FENCE- POST.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 514,569, dated February 13, 1894.
Application filed August 30, 1892.
To aZZ whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, DAVID W. SIGLER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Union v City, in the county of Darke and State of Ohio, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Fence-Posts, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to improvements in fence posts, and the novelty resides in the peculiarities of construction of the fence post shown in the drawings and then particularly pointed out in the claims.
To attain the desired objects my invention consists in a fence post embodying novel features of construction and arrangement of parts as will appear hereinafter.
Figure 1 represents a perspective view of my improved fence post. Fig. 2 represents a vertical sectional view thereof.
Referring by letter to the drawings--A designates the post. To the lower end of the post is secured the cross-bar or piece 0, which may be secured in any manner as by bolts, by fitting the end in a notch of the. bar or in any manner desired.
To make the post hold more firmlyI employ the wedges F which engage the cross-bar O, as is evident. ThesewedgesF may be driven forcibly under said cross piece on each side of the tie bar after the earth has been properly tamped.
In the form of post shown I employ a round bar or wire G, having the upper bent end G entering the post and the lower bent end G supporting a stone or other anchoring device H which is sleeved on the wire or rod G and prevented from displacement by the lower horizontal portion of the said rod the rod be- Serial No. 144,535. (No model.)
ing secured to the post by staples or like fastenings.
It is evident that I produce a fence post which is simple, durable and cheap, which can be easily placed in position and whih will remain firm under all conditions, thus insuring a practical fence post.
I claim 1. The herein described fence post consisting of the post, the cross bar secured to the lower end thereof, the vertical rod having one end bent horizontally and held in the post and its other end extended below the cross bar and bent horizontally in the opposite direction, the staples on the cross bar and post and through which the rod passes and by which it is held, the anchor sleeved on the rod and prevented from displacement by the lower horizontal portion of the rod, substantially as specified.
2. The herein described fence post consisting of the post, the crossbar secured to its lower end, the vertical rod having one end bent horizontally and held in the post and its other end extended below the cross bar and bent horizontally in the opposite direction, the staples on the post and cross bar and through which the rod passes, the anchor sleeved on the rod and prevented from displacement downward by the lower horizontal portion of the rod, and the wedges beneath the cross bar at right angles thereto, substantially as specified.
In testimony whereof I aflix my signature in the presence of two witnesses.
. DAVID SIGLER.
Witnesses: I
F. M. HAnLnss,
Gno. WELLS SMITH.
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