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US541004A
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    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47CCHAIRS; SOFAS; BEDS
    • A47C23/00Spring mattresses with rigid frame or forming part of the bedstead, e.g. box springs; Divan bases; Slatted bed bases
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  • My invention relates to improvements in spring bottoms for beds, the object of the same being to provide a device of this character which forms a resilient support for the mat-A tress and at the same time prevents sagging at any of the parts.
  • the invention consists of a frame having a series of coiled hooked springs secured at the ⁇ top and bottom ends thereof, andmay have two or more similar springs secured to the side bars of the frame.
  • These springs as. stated, are formed with upwardly projecting hooks to which are attached the frame Work made up of outer wires suitably connected together, and a series of cords or wires running lengthwise of the bed connected at iutervals by means of loops or hooks forming them in the nature of a woven bed. None of the cords, however, cross one another, the connections between them beingrmade by said loops.
  • I Passing transversely of this frame and connecting the side wires, are a pair of wire connecting bars, to which are attached coiled springs extending downwardly and resting upon a removable bar connecting the I may, if I desire, have the inner beams of the bed in which this frame is adapted to be insertedY formed with metal brackets adapted to rethe same in places In order ⁇ to prevent further sagging I may also connect the cords from any two points by cords or wires, whichv may be tightened or loosened for the purpose of increasing or decreasingthe tension of the springs.
  • the invention also consists in other details of construction and combinations of parts which will be hereinafter more fully described and claimed.
  • Figure l represents a top plan View of my device.
  • Fig. 2 is a vertical central section through the same.
  • Like reference-numerals indicate like parts in the various views.
  • my spring bed bottom is formed of side beams l, l, and end beams 2, 2.
  • the lower ends ofthe side beams l are formed with an inwardly projecting [iange or ledge 3 upon which rests and is adaptedto slide into and out of place in guides 4 the cross bar 5.
  • the upper edges of the en d beams 2 have secured in them a series of single or double coiled springs 6, 6, having an upwardly projecting Similar coiled hooked springs may be located along the upper edges of the side bars 1.
  • the mattress supporting framevis made up of rods or wires 8, 8, adapted to fit over the hooked ends 7 of the springs 6 ou the end beams 2, and of side connecting bars or rods 9 which will fit over the hooked springs upon the side bars 1, provided such springs are employed on said side bars. connected at their outer ends by the formation of a loop, and according 10 is wound around the hooks 7 and rods 8 and 9, forming a woven top, the said cords being connected at the points of meeting by loops or rings 1l, 11. None of Vthe cords crossone another, the connectionlbetween the two adjacent parts being by the hooks or rings -11 solely.
  • a pair of wires or rods 12 Connecting the rods or wires 9 and extending transversely across the frame are a pair of wires or rods 12 to which are connected by loops or rings 13 coiled springs 14 resting at their lower ends These coiled springs 13 are also connected to one another at their upper ends and to the side bars 9 by loops or rings 15. These-are provided for the purpose of adding resiliency to the bed bottom and to prevent sagging of the same at the center. If, however, it is found at any time that it is not desired to use the same, the bar 5 may be removed from beneath said springs by sliding the same iu the guide 4, and the bottom be supported entirely by the frame resting upon the hooks 7 of the springs 6.
  • Wires or rods 8 and 9 are ICO l.
  • the herein described spring bottom for beds consisting,r of zi frame made up ⁇ of side and end beams, ai series of coiled hooked springs secured in seid end frames, and a bottom proper adapted to fit upon and be supported by said hooked springs, consisting of wire end and side rods and a series of cords woven upon seid side and end bars, connected to said hooks, and the adjacent parts of said cords connected by rings or loops, substantielly as described.
  • the herein described spring bottom for beds consisting of a frame made up of side and end beams, a series of coiled hooked springs secured in said end frames, and a bottom proper adapted to fit upon and be supported by said hooked springs, consisting of BENJAMIN F. NEEIJY.

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` B.. P. NEELY.
SPRING BBD BOTTOM.
'Patented June 11, 1895.
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BENJAMIN F. NEELY, OF COLTON, CALIFORNIA.
SPRING-BED-BOTTOM.
- SPECIFICATION formingpart of Letters Patent-No. 541,004, dated June 11, 1 895.
Application led April 10, 1895.
.To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, BENJAMIN F. NEELY, a citizen of the United States, anda resident of Colton, in the county of 'San Bernardino and State of California, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in'Spring Bed-Bottoms; and I do hereby declare the following to be afull, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same. l
My invention relates to improvements in spring bottoms for beds, the object of the same being to provide a device of this character which forms a resilient support for the mat-A tress and at the same time prevents sagging at any of the parts.
The invention consists of a frame having a series of coiled hooked springs secured at the` top and bottom ends thereof, andmay have two or more similar springs secured to the side bars of the frame. These springs as. stated, are formed with upwardly projecting hooks to which are attached the frame Work made up of outer wires suitably connected together, and a series of cords or wires running lengthwise of the bed connected at iutervals by means of loops or hooks forming them in the nature of a woven bed. None of the cords, however, cross one another, the connections between them beingrmade by said loops. Passing transversely of this frame and connecting the side wires, are a pair of wire connecting bars, to which are attached coiled springs extending downwardly and resting upon a removable bar connecting the I may, if I desire, have the inner beams of the bed in which this frame is adapted to be insertedY formed with metal brackets adapted to rethe same in places In order `to prevent further sagging I may also connect the cords from any two points by cords or wires, whichv may be tightened or loosened for the purpose of increasing or decreasingthe tension of the springs. A
The invention also consists in other details of construction and combinations of parts which will be hereinafter more fully described and claimed.
In the drawings forming a part of the speci- Vhook 7.formed at one end thereof.
Yupon the cross bar 5.
sensing.. 545,232. (No model.)
fication, Figure l represents a top plan View of my device. Fig. 2 is a vertical central section through the same. Like reference-numerals indicate like parts in the various views. Y
By reference to the drawings it will be seen that my spring bed bottom is formed of side beams l, l, and end beams 2, 2. The lower ends ofthe side beams l are formed with an inwardly projecting [iange or ledge 3 upon which rests and is adaptedto slide into and out of place in guides 4 the cross bar 5. The upper edges of the en d beams 2 have secured in them a series of single or double coiled springs 6, 6, having an upwardly projecting Similar coiled hooked springs may be located along the upper edges of the side bars 1. The mattress supporting framevis made up of rods or wires 8, 8, adapted to fit over the hooked ends 7 of the springs 6 ou the end beams 2, and of side connecting bars or rods 9 which will fit over the hooked springs upon the side bars 1, provided such springs are employed on said side bars. connected at their outer ends by the formation of a loop, and acord 10 is wound around the hooks 7 and rods 8 and 9, forming a woven top, the said cords being connected at the points of meeting by loops or rings 1l, 11. None of Vthe cords crossone another, the connectionlbetween the two adjacent parts being by the hooks or rings -11 solely. Connecting the rods or wires 9 and extending transversely across the frame are a pair of wires or rods 12 to which are connected by loops or rings 13 coiled springs 14 resting at their lower ends These coiled springs 13 are also connected to one another at their upper ends and to the side bars 9 by loops or rings 15. These-are provided for the purpose of adding resiliency to the bed bottom and to prevent sagging of the same at the center. If, however, it is found at any time that it is not desired to use the same, the bar 5 may be removed from beneath said springs by sliding the same iu the guide 4, and the bottom be supported entirely by the frame resting upon the hooks 7 of the springs 6.
Having now described my invention, what I claim as new, and desire to secure byLetters ters Patent, is
These Wires or rods 8 and 9 are ICO l. The herein described spring bottom for beds, consisting,r of zi frame made up` of side and end beams, ai series of coiled hooked springs secured in seid end frames, and a bottom proper adapted to fit upon and be supported by said hooked springs, consisting of wire end and side rods and a series of cords woven upon seid side and end bars, connected to said hooks, and the adjacent parts of said cords connected by rings or loops, substantielly as described.
2. The herein described spring bottom for beds, consisting of a frame made up of side and end beams, a series of coiled hooked springs secured in said end frames, and a bottom proper adapted to fit upon and be supported by said hooked springs, consisting of BENJAMIN F. NEEIJY.
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