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US796816A
US796816A US24585105A US1905245851A US796816A US 796816 A US796816 A US 796816A US 24585105 A US24585105 A US 24585105A US 1905245851 A US1905245851 A US 1905245851A US 796816 A US796816 A US 796816A
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  • This invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in cuspidors, and has for its object the provision of a novel form of cuspidor the contents of which are retained within the cuspidor when the same is inverted.
  • my improved cuspidor is of a non-spillable nature, consisting of a body portion in which is detachably secured a funnel comprising the opening of my improved cuspidor.
  • the body portion and funnel of the cuspidor. are sustained by a base detachably secured to the bottom of the body portion, and this base carries a novel form of deflector for conveying the fluid that may enter said cuspidor to the sides thereof and also prevent the same from being ejected from the cuspidor when the same is upset.
  • I employ a substantially hollow spherical body portion 1, having diametrically-opposed flanged openings 2 and 3.
  • the flanges of said openings are spirally corrugated, as indicated at 4, and in the opening 2 I secure a broad-mouthed funnel 5, which intermediate its ends is provided with a corrugated portion 6, adapted to engage the threaded flange 2 of the body portion 1.
  • the end 7 of the funnel is adapted to extend about midway within the body portion 1 of my improved cuspidor.
  • the reference-numeral 8 designates a base having a central concavity 9 formed therein, and surrounding said concavity is an annular eXteriorly-screw-threaded flange 10, which is adapted to engage the threads of the flange 3.
  • I employ a novel form of deflector which is designated by the reference-numeral 11, said deflector consisting of a rod or standard 12, having a screw-threaded end 14, which is adapted to engage centrally within the base 8.
  • the top of the rod 12 is provided with a substantially cone-shape hood 15, which is adapted to lie in close proximity to the end 7 of the funnel 5.
  • the cone-shaped hood 15 of the funnel 11 is made of a suflicient size to deflect the fluid entering the cuspidor to the sides of the cuspidor, from where it passes to the bottom of my improved cuspidor. In case the cuspidor should be tilted or upset, the deflector prevents the fluid from passing out of the funnel 5, the fluid then being contained in the upper part of the cuspidor surrounding the end 7 of the funnel.
  • the base 8 is removed, carrying with it the deflector 11, and the funnel 5 can also be removed, whereby the interior'of the body portion 1 can be thoroughly rinsed and cleansed of any fluid or material that may adhere to the sides thereof.
  • a cuspidor comprising a body portion having opposite openings, a funnel mounted in one of said openings, a base removably mounted in the other of said openings, a cone-shaped deflector carried by said base and positioned near to and below the contracted end of the funnel, said deflector being of greater diameter than the lower end of said funnel and of less diameter than said base-opening.

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No. 796,816. PATENTED AUG. 8, 1905. H GRAPPER GUSPIDOR.
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CUSPIDOR.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Aug. 8, 1905.
Application filed February 16, 1905. Serial No. 245,851.
To all whom it may concern.-
Be it known that I, HEDLEY (JRAPPER, a citizen of the United States of America, residing at Pittsburg, in the county of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Gus pidors, of which the following is a specification, reference being bad therein to the accompanying drawings.
This invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in cuspidors, and has for its object the provision of a novel form of cuspidor the contents of which are retained within the cuspidor when the same is inverted.
Briefly described, my improved cuspidor is of a non-spillable nature, consisting of a body portion in which is detachably secured a funnel comprising the opening of my improved cuspidor. The body portion and funnel of the cuspidor. are sustained by a base detachably secured to the bottom of the body portion, and this base carries a novel form of deflector for conveying the fluid that may enter said cuspidor to the sides thereof and also prevent the same from being ejected from the cuspidor when the same is upset.
The above construction will be hereinafter more fully described and then specifically pointed out in the claim, and, referring to the drawings accompanying this application, like numerals of reference designate corresponding parts throughout both views, in which- Figure 1 is a vertical sectional View of my improved cuspidor, and Fig 2 is a horizontal sectional view taken on the line w w of Fig. 1.
To put my invention into practice, I employ a substantially hollow spherical body portion 1, having diametrically-opposed flanged openings 2 and 3. The flanges of said openings are spirally corrugated, as indicated at 4, and in the opening 2 I secure a broad-mouthed funnel 5, which intermediate its ends is provided with a corrugated portion 6, adapted to engage the threaded flange 2 of the body portion 1. The end 7 of the funnel is adapted to extend about midway within the body portion 1 of my improved cuspidor.
The reference-numeral 8 designates a base having a central concavity 9 formed therein, and surrounding said concavity is an annular eXteriorly-screw-threaded flange 10, which is adapted to engage the threads of the flange 3.
I employ a novel form of deflector which is designated by the reference-numeral 11, said deflector consisting of a rod or standard 12, having a screw-threaded end 14, which is adapted to engage centrally within the base 8. The top of the rod 12 is provided with a substantially cone-shape hood 15, which is adapted to lie in close proximity to the end 7 of the funnel 5. The cone-shaped hood 15 of the funnel 11 is made of a suflicient size to deflect the fluid entering the cuspidor to the sides of the cuspidor, from where it passes to the bottom of my improved cuspidor. In case the cuspidor should be tilted or upset, the deflector prevents the fluid from passing out of the funnel 5, the fluid then being contained in the upper part of the cuspidor surrounding the end 7 of the funnel.
To cleanse my improved cuspidor, the base 8 is removed, carrying with it the deflector 11, and the funnel 5 can also be removed, whereby the interior'of the body portion 1 can be thoroughly rinsed and cleansed of any fluid or material that may adhere to the sides thereof.
The construction of my improved cuspidor permits of the same being easily and quickly cleansed and rendered thoroughly sanitary.
While I have herein illustrated the preferred manner of constructing my improved cuspidor, it will be obvious that various changes may be made in the details of construction Without departing from the general spirit and scope of the invention.
What I claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
A cuspidor comprising a body portion having opposite openings, a funnel mounted in one of said openings, a base removably mounted in the other of said openings, a cone-shaped deflector carried by said base and positioned near to and below the contracted end of the funnel, said deflector being of greater diameter than the lower end of said funnel and of less diameter than said base-opening.
In testimony whereof I aflix my signature in the presence of two Witnesses.
HEDLEY CRAPPER.
Witnesses:
K. H. BUTLER, E. E. POTTER.
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