US968257A - Condiment-shaker. - Google Patents

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US968257A
US968257A US56015910A US1910560159A US968257A US 968257 A US968257 A US 968257A US 56015910 A US56015910 A US 56015910A US 1910560159 A US1910560159 A US 1910560159A US 968257 A US968257 A US 968257A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47GHOUSEHOLD OR TABLE EQUIPMENT
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  • -'le all-tchom' 'it may concerlaj oHARLEs. s. oLsoN, I or -nunirrri;ivii'niv'ii'sorii,V Assienon or oivEii-IALF 'ro ivifio. 1' ALBNBERG, or DULUTRMINNESOTA,
  • Figure. 1 is a perspective l vview of one form of my invention.
  • Fig. 2 is a perspective l vview of one form of my invention.
  • Fig. 3 1s a vertical section of a fragment of a reservoir and of ig. '3; Fig. 5is a perspective view of Fig.
  • Fig. 8 is a fragmentary vertical Asection approximately onv the' line G-H of Fig. 6.
  • 1 is a reservoir containof compartments, as 1t1 and l", separated oiii each othei by a partition 2 extending upward to a cover 3 by means of which cover said compartments .may be 'closed at the top.
  • Said cover preferably has formed thereon a transversely extending rib 3a, longitudinally grooved or indented in its lower face to receive one ofthe edges of said partition.
  • Said cover has a plurality of perforations as 4 formed in its upper face on one side of said rib and has a plurality'of perforations ta formed therein on the opposite side of said rib, and is p rovided with a suitable iiange 4b for securing it to the reservoir 1.
  • Said flange may be formed integral with the top of tlie cover as in Figs. 6, 7 and 8, or may be constructed as aseparate fastening ring, as'in Figs. 1, 3 and 4.
  • the edge ofthe partition 2 is prefnperforations in one 'of said closure tion, and the spcmcfion-of-LeaersPienf., ia'ientednag.AA 2351910. iippiieatip'n axe may 91,1910. serial No. 560,159.
  • closure plate 6 isiiiclosed by the upper edge of the partition i'n said modified form, said partition in said form meeting the cover all around 'said closure plate '6, space being provided between said closure plate and partiv tion to allow -the closure plate to swing oii its pivot and a assage being provided through.
  • the partition forl one arm of said U-sha'ped bar.
  • said partition is preferably secured to the cover and projected into the reservoir so that -danger ofl intermixing of the contents of either perforations in the other closure plate registering, when it is in actu-v
  • a chamber over the partition and beneath the cover is entirely obviaftedjv
  • a condimentshaker In a condimentshaker, the combination of a reservoir divided into tWo compartments by a partition independent of-the Walls of said'reservoir and inclosing one of the compartments, 'a perforated cover for said reservoir,- two perforated closure plates pivoted to the lower face of said cover by independent pivots, and adapted to swing 'in a plane parallelwith the lower face of said cover, actuating means for swinging said closure plates on their pivots, means for retracting said actuating means, one of said closure plates being .surrounded by the upper end of said partition, said partition having a port Jformed therein below its upv per end for chargingthe chamber inclosed by said partition ⁇ a movable'closure for said port, the perforations 1n one of sald closureI plates being adapted when the closure plate is inractuated p osition to register with some 25 of the perforatlons 1n said cover and when' said cover, said partition ⁇ being secured to said cover.

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-'le all-tchom' 'it may concerlaj oHARLEs. s. oLsoN, I or -nunirrri;ivii'niv'ii'sorii,V Assienon or oivEii-IALF 'ro ivifio. 1' ALBNBERG, or DULUTRMINNESOTA,
"Beit-'known that I', CHARLES S.: OLSorI,
'a citizen'ofthe UnitedStates, residing-. at Duluth,. 11ithe -couiityof St. Louis ,and
Statcof Minnesota, have-invented certain new andv useful Improvements. inv Condinient-Shakers; .and I do hereby declarethe -following to. be' a: full, clear, and exact de l appeitains to make and` use ,the same.
scription ofthe-invention, such as willl eiiable otliers's'killed in the art to which it My invention relates t-o condiment shakers adapted to contain vdifferent condiments in s epa-ratedcompartments from which either niay be shaken Without'. the other, and has v for--its 'object the provision of 'an improved shaker of such type. i' f v It consists of the constructions, combina- -tions and arrangements of parts hereinafter I described' and claimed..
In the drawings, Figure. 1, is a perspective l vview of one form of my invention. Fig. 2,
said-reservoir, with the cover omitted. s'o! -ing4 a' pluralit is a bottom lan view of a cover forming part of said invention. Fig. 3, 1s a vertical section of a fragment of a reservoir and of ig. '3; Fig. 5is a perspective view of Fig.
46,' is. a perspective View of a modified form, '-'ofsaid invention. Fig. 7 ,'isa'fragmentary vertical section of said modified form, oii
.the line E -F of Fig. 6. Fig. 8 is a fragmentary vertical Asection approximately onv the' line G-H of Fig. 6.
In th drawings, 1 is a reservoir containof compartments, as 1t1 and l", separated oiii each othei by a partition 2 extending upward to a cover 3 by means of which cover said compartments .may be 'closed at the top. Said cover preferably has formed thereon a transversely extending rib 3a, longitudinally grooved or indented in its lower face to receive one ofthe edges of said partition. Said cover has a plurality of perforations as 4 formed in its upper face on one side of said rib and has a plurality'of perforations ta formed therein on the opposite side of said rib, and is p rovided with a suitable iiange 4b for securing it to the reservoir 1. Said flange may be formed integral with the top of tlie cover as in Figs. 6, 7 and 8, or may be constructed as aseparate fastening ring, as'in Figs. 1, 3 and 4. The edge ofthe partition 2 is prefnperforations in one 'of said closure tion, and the spcmcfion-of-LeaersPienf., ia'ientednag.AA 2351910. iippiieatip'n axe may 91,1910. serial No. 560,159.
' 'e pressed into thief-offset spacethe l :i .i .--r cover both when theflange -lpbis integral with ed as a separate ring. *Iiyotallyx securedfin any suitable iiiaiiiier or by a'iiysuitableI means, a-sat 3 and 6a tothe lower face-ofthe top of said Vcoveraie two closureplates,5faiid 6 vwith which are engaged the oppositeends,
resp/ectivelyjof a U-shaped actuatingbar 7 'for'swingingsaid wings on ,their'pivots Said actuating bar iiitermediateppfits ends extends outwardly throuv'h thesidefof said cover and between it aiid'thezouter fa-eject said cover is Ainterposed 'a spring Sofaiiysuitable construction for re'tra'cting said bar, whereby said closure plates are held in retracted normal osition. `Said'bai is adapted to be manna ly operated against the'action of said spring. Said closure plates are perforated as at. 5b and 6b respectively, the plates the cover and when said flangei'iseonstiuctregistering, when it is in retracted position,
with the perforations la in the overlying position of the cover, the perforations in said 'closure plate being. closed by the coverl when the closure plate is in actuated posiated position, with the erforations 4 in the overlying position o said cover, and
being closed by said cover when said closur ,partition may enter the groove in the lower face of the rib oii the cover. The closure plate 6 isiiiclosed by the upper edge of the partition i'n said modified form, said partition in said form meeting the cover all around 'said closure plate '6, space being provided between said closure plate and partiv tion to allow -the closure plate to swing oii its pivot and a assage being provided through. the partition forl one arm of said U-sha'ped bar. removable bottom ofaiiy-'suitable constructioii is provided for said chamber 18L 'as a cork '8. In said modified form said partition is preferably secured to the cover and projected into the reservoir so that -danger ofl intermixing of the contents of either perforations in the other closure plate registering, when it is in actu-v In said modified form a chamber over the partition and beneath the cover is entirely obviaftedjv Said construction may be modified in minor particulars Within the scope of the appended claim.
In a condimentshaker, the combination of a reservoir divided into tWo compartments by a partition independent of-the Walls of said'reservoir and inclosing one of the compartments, 'a perforated cover for said reservoir,- two perforated closure plates pivoted to the lower face of said cover by independent pivots, and adapted to swing 'in a plane parallelwith the lower face of said cover, actuating means for swinging said closure plates on their pivots, means for retracting said actuating means, one of said closure plates being .surrounded by the upper end of said partition, said partition having a port Jformed therein below its upv per end for chargingthe chamber inclosed by said partition` a movable'closure for said port, the perforations 1n one of sald closureI plates being adapted when the closure plate is inractuated p osition to register with some 25 of the perforatlons 1n said cover and when' said cover, said partition` being secured to said cover.
In testimony whereof I hereunto alix my signature, 1n presence of two Witnesses.
oHanLEs4 s. oLsoN. .Vitnesses y JAMES T. VVATsoN, C.v T. CRANDALL.
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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2565774A (en) * 1949-01-26 1951-08-28 Orman H Maud Sugar sifting and dispensing attachment for containers
US2743041A (en) * 1954-03-15 1956-04-24 Sequin Hector Condiment dispenser

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2565774A (en) * 1949-01-26 1951-08-28 Orman H Maud Sugar sifting and dispensing attachment for containers
US2743041A (en) * 1954-03-15 1956-04-24 Sequin Hector Condiment dispenser

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