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US864076A
US864076A US38131207A US1907381312A US864076A US 864076 A US864076 A US 864076A US 38131207 A US38131207 A US 38131207A US 1907381312 A US1907381312 A US 1907381312A US 864076 A US864076 A US 864076A
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No. 864,076. PATBNTED'AUG. zo, 1907. o. A. BUSH.l
ToAoco PIPE. APPLIOATION FILED AUG. 23, 1905. BENBWED JUNE 28, 1907.
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To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, OSCAR A. BUsE, a citizen oi the Republic 'of Peru, and a resident of Lima, Peru, have the following is a full, clear, and exact description.
This invention relates to improvements in tobacco pipes, an object being to provide a pipe made oi separable sections so that it may be readily taken apart for cleaning.
Another object is to so construct the stem of the pipe that saliva will not enter and mingle with the smoke and tobacco.
Another object is to provide means for cleaning the smoke of nicotin or the like before it enters the smokers mouth.
Other objects of the invention will appear in the general description.
I will describe a tobacco pipe embodying my invention, and then point out the novel features in the appended claims.
Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawings forming a part of this specification, in which similar characters o reference indicate corresponding parts in all the igures. Figure 1 is a side elevation of a tobacco pipe embodying my invention; Fig. 2 is a longitudinal section thereof; Figs. 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are sections respectively on the lines 3-3, 4 4, 5-5, 6-6 and 7-7 oi Fig. 2; Fig. 8 is a fragmentary view showing a modified form of joint for the stem sections; Fig. 9 is a sectional view of a bent mouth piece; and Fig. 10 is a sectional detail showing a means to prevent possible loss of a plug or closure employed; and Figs. 11, 12, 13 and 14 show modifications in the smoke duct.
It may be here stated that the pipe may bemade oi brier, or other suitable wood.
Referring to the drawings, 10 designates the bowl of the pipe, the stem of which consists of a lower section 11 which is formed integral with the bowl, and a detachable upper section 12. These sections 11, 12 meet or engage together at about the center at the sides. The end ofthe stem section 12 adjacent to the bowl is inclined or beveled as indicated at 13 to engage against the under-cut wall 14 made in the pipe bowl, thus providing a lock at said end of the stem. The outer ends oi the stem sections are screw threaded to engage with the interior threads of a ferrule 15, and also engaging with the thread is the mouth piece 16. When the stem parts are assembled, a plug 17 of suitable material is engaged partly in the stem sections and partly in the mouth piece, and to insure the proper alinement of the mouth piece, or the plug therein, the plug at its upper side is provided with a slight projection 18 that may be sions formed in the adjacent ends of the stem section 12 and the mouth piece 16. At one end, the stem sec- UNITED STATES PATENT ossron.
OSCAR A. BUSE, OF LIMA, PERU.
Specicaton of Letters Patent.
Application filed August 23, 1905, Serial No. 275,372. Renewed Tune 28, 1907. Serial No. 381.312.
invented a new and Improved Tobacco-Pipe, o which.
of yielding material, and designed to engage in depres- TOB ACCO-PIPE Patented Aug. 20, 1907.
tion 12 is provided with a short metal tube 19, which provides communication between the pipe bowl and a chamber 20 in said stem section, At the other end of the stem section 12 is a short tube 2l, providing communication between the said chamber 20 and a metal tube 22 extended through the plug 17. This tube 22 is arranged at a downward incline and is projected into a chamber 23 formed in the mouth piece so that saliva that may pass through with the smoke will flow into' said chamber 23, and pass outV into the saliva and nicotin chamber as will be hereinafter described.
To clean the smoke of the greater portion, if not all of the nicotin, I place in the chamber 20, packings 24, 25, of absorbent cotton, or other suitable material, and these devices 24, 25, are held yieldingly in place, or with suiicient pressure by a coiled spring 26 in said chamber 20.
The lower portion or" the upper stem section 12 is normally closed by means of a plate 27 of any suitable Vmaterial, which has bevel edges for sliding in channels formed in the stem section 12, and the outer end of the plate 27 is extended to engage in a notch 28 formed in the endoi the plug 17 Below the smoke tube 22 the plug 17 is provided with a passage 29, which provides communication between the lower portion of the chamber 23 and a tube 307 which passes through a partition block 31, and orms one end wall of a saliva and nicotin receiving chamber 32, the other wall being ormed by a partition block 33, through which a tube 34 passes into a saliva and nicotin receiving chamber 35. It willbe seen that the tube 34 is arranged on a lower plane than the tube 30, and therefore, it will be practically impossible for saliva, nicotin or the like, to ow back from the chamber 35 into the chamber 23, and thence to the mouth piece. In other words, the said tubes 30 and 34 orm a trap. The upper side o the lower section 11 oi the stem is closed by a slide plate 36, which also has its end projected to engage in the notch 28. The opposite or forward end of said slide plate is also extended to engage in a slot 37 formed in the pipe bowl.
To prevent any possible leakage or passage of air over the partition blocks, cushions 38 of rubber, or other suitable material are seated in slots formed in the upper straight sides of the said blocks and designed to engage against the under side of the slide plate 36. To
By such arrangement, more room will be provided below the tub es. Below the saliva chamber 35, the stem section 11 has an opening, and around the opening is a downwardly extended ange 39, having an interior thread or engaging the exteriorthread of a metal cap or smoke tube or duct leading to the part 17 is extended `5l having a compound channel 55 provided with an cup 40, and seated in the upper portion oi the opening is a disk 41, of suitable material, having a short tube 42, which projects into the cup 40, and through which saliva and the like is designed to pass into said cup. This projecting tube 42 forms a trap to prevent saliva from flowing out of the cup when the pipe is in any position, that is, straight up, as in a persons pocket, or lying on the side.
If the connection is not deemed sufficiently tight between the connecting sides of the stem sections, I may provide a joint, as shown in Fig. 8, which consists of a strip 43 oi aluminium or other suitable metal, seated and locked in a channel formed in one of the stem sections and adapted to engage -in a channel formed in the other section.
When my invention is used in connection with a curved mouth piece 44, the projected portion of the into a recess 45, the lower wall of which is extended downward underneath said projection, as indicated at 46, thus preventing the passing ot saliva back into the smoke duct.
It will be obvious that a pipe embodying my invention is hygienic as the smoke will be practically cleaned before passing into the smokers mouth, and further, ther pipe may be readily taken apart for cleaning.
Io prevent the cap 40 from being wholly detached, I connect to it a wire 47, which passes through the tube 42 and at its upper end is provided with a cross-head 'for engaging with the upper end of said tube.
Instad of the spring and packing before described, I may place in the chamber 2O a smoke-passage block, consisting of a lower member 48 having a compound channel 49 provided with an inlet 50;` a top member outlet 52, and an intermediate plate 53 provided with an opening 54.
Having thus described my invention, I claim-as new y and desire to secure by Letters Patent,-
1. A tobacco pipe having its stem formed in centrally longitudinal separable sections, the upper section having a chamber for receivingr absorbent material, the said chamber communicating with the bowl of the pipe, an absorbent material in said chamber, a spring forv holding said material in place, a mouth piece with which said chambercommunicates, and a discharge tube for saliva or the like in the lower section of the stem.
2. A tobacco pipe having a stem formed in two longitudinal separable sections, the upper section having a passage for smoke, a mouth piece having a chamber with which said passage communicates, partition blocks arranged in `blocks in the lower section, cushions on said blocks for enthe lower section of the stein and forming end walls of chamber, one of said blocks nearest the bowl also formin an end lwall of a saliva chamber, a tube extended througl the block adjacent to the mouth piece and having commu nication with the. chamber in said mouth piece, and a tub extendel through the other blocks into the saliva chamber said tubes being on different vertical planes.
3. A tobacco pipe having its stem formed in longitudina separable sections, a block with which the outer ends of th sections removably engage, a mouth piece engaged wit said block and having a chamber adjacent to the block, duct leading through the block at a downward incline an extended into said chamber, the upper end of said duc communicating with the interior of the upper stem section, a passage leadingthrough said block below said duct,y partition blocks arranged in the lower section of the stem, a tube extended through the block adjacent to said passage and communicating therewith, another block spaced from the iirst named block and from the end of said tube, a4 tube extended through said other block into a receiving chamber for saliva, a removable cup for receiving saliva from said chamber, and a trap tube controlling communication between said saliva chamber and said cup.
4. A tobacco pipe having its stem formed in longitudinal separable sections, slide plates for closing the inner sides of the openings or chambers through the sections, partition gaging with a slide plate connected to the lower section, said blocks forming end walls of a chamber in the lower section, a mouth piece having a chamber communicating with said iirst named chamber and also communicating with the passage through the upper stem section, and a discharge pipe leading through the other of said blocks into a saliva receptacle underneath the pipe bowl.
5. A tobacco pipe having its stem divided at its longitudinal center into separable sections, slide plates for closing the sections at their meeting points, the upper section having a discharge for smoke, and a lower section having trap tubes for the passage or outlet of saliva, nicotin or the like. G. A tobacco pipe having its stem formed in longitudinal separable sections, the upper section having a passage for smoke, and the lower section having a passage for saliva or the like and also having a chamber for receiving saliva below the bowl, the said chamber having a downward and outward opening, a cup removably engaging with the wall of the opening, a disk arranged in the inner end of said opening, and a short tube extended downward from said disk into the cup.
7. In a tobacco pipe, a curved mouth piece having a chamber at its lower end, a block engaged in the lower end of the mouth piece and having a tubular projection extended into said'chamber, the lower wall of said chamber being extended under said projection, the said block also having a passage for saliva or the like.
In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.
OSCAR A. BUSE.
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A. L. SMITH, H. R. Anluotm.
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US3631867A (en) * 1970-05-15 1972-01-04 Reynolds Tobacco Co R Smoke filter
US3631864A (en) * 1969-10-10 1972-01-04 Reynolds Tobacco Co R Cigarette filter
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US3631864A (en) * 1969-10-10 1972-01-04 Reynolds Tobacco Co R Cigarette filter
US3651819A (en) * 1970-03-09 1972-03-28 Reynolds Tobacco Co R Smoke filter
US3631867A (en) * 1970-05-15 1972-01-04 Reynolds Tobacco Co R Smoke filter
US3958579A (en) * 1972-09-07 1976-05-25 Baker-Alpha Corporation Cigarette filter

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