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    • A23GCOCOA; COCOA PRODUCTS, e.g. CHOCOLATE; SUBSTITUTES FOR COCOA OR COCOA PRODUCTS; CONFECTIONERY; CHEWING GUM; ICE-CREAM; PREPARATION THEREOF
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  • My invention consists lst in combining with a butter tray or pan, a cooling drawer or reservoir, which is placed under it and into which ice is placed for keeping the butter in a cool and nice state while being worked. 2nd in an adjustable apparatus for working the butter, one end oi the handle of the same passing through a circular opening in the back of the stationary trame, and the other end extending over the front part o-t' the tray.
  • This adjustable apparatus or working lever is termed with acute angles at the sides of its working tace so that it may serve the double purpose of breaking or pressing the butter and turning it over.
  • A, A is the stationary or main trame, which is constructed substantiallyA as represented in the drawing.
  • the adjustable trame or sliding carriage is composed of two vertical posts B, B, united by cross pieces C, C; the posts B, B, slide between guide pieces a, c, and springs D, D.
  • Each of said posts has on its back side a projection o, upon which the tray or pan E, rests, and on its front side any desired number of inclined notches c, c, c, c; said notches fitting and resting on the cross bar E, of the stationary trame, in the manner represented in the drawings Figs. 1 and 2.
  • the springs I), l), are secured to the posts A, A, of the stationary frame, and serve to keep the sliding frame firmly in its place; and also allow of the tray being lowered to any position; as they yield when the vertical posts B, are drawn or thrown out of connection with the cross bar E; the position and shape of these springs may be seen by referring to Figs. l, and 2, of the drawing.
  • the tray 0r pan E, is hung on hinges c, c, at its back end, and its front end rests on the projec tions o, Z), ot' the sliding trame, which is elevated and 1lowered, as before stated, to suit circumstances.
  • the cooling box or drawer G Underneath the tray F, the cooling box or drawer G, is placed; this drawer is made to slide out (as indicated by dotted lines) when it is desired to place ice in the same.
  • the object composedd by this drawer is a good one, viz, that of keeping the butter in a cool and nice state during the process of working which is very important.
  • I-I Figs. l, 2, and 3 represents the apparatus for working the butter; one end of which plays freely in a circular opening in the back of the traine A.
  • I is the spoutthrough which the water and all extraneous matter passes ott.
  • the butter after being taken from the churn is placed in the tray or pan E, and there washed and worked up together in the usual manner by the worker H, until all the impurities are extracted and all the wat-er expressed from the same; the water and all extraneous matter runs down the inclined bottom of the pan and escapes throughthe spout.

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L. A. SMITH.
9 V Butter Worker. No. 9.959. Patented Aug. 23,185.3.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
LETTIE A. SMITH. OE PINEV ILLE, PENNSYLVANIA.
BUTTER-WORKER.
Specification of Letters Patent No. 9,959, dated August 23, 1853.
To all w/zom t may concern Be it known that I, Lnrrin A. SMITH, of lineville, in the county of Bucks and State of Pennsylvania, have invented a new and usetul Improvement in Apparatus for lVorking Butter, which I denominate the Labor-Saving Butter-W'orker; and I dc hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description ot' the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming part of this specification, in which-w Figure l, is a side elevation of one of my improved machines, with the tray or pan, in which t-he butter is worked, elevated to an inclination. Fig. 2, is a transverse section ot the same with the tray or pan lowered to a horizontal position. Fig. 3, is a front. elevation.
Similar letters of reference in the several iigures indicate corresponding parts.
My invention consists lst in combining with a butter tray or pan, a cooling drawer or reservoir, which is placed under it and into which ice is placed for keeping the butter in a cool and nice state while being worked. 2nd in an adjustable apparatus for working the butter, one end oi the handle of the same passing through a circular opening in the back of the stationary trame, and the other end extending over the front part o-t' the tray. This adjustable apparatus or working lever is termed with acute angles at the sides of its working tace so that it may serve the double purpose of breaking or pressing the butter and turning it over.
To enable others skilled in the art to make and use my invention, I will proceed to describe its construction and operation.
A, A, is the stationary or main trame, which is constructed substantiallyA as represented in the drawing. The adjustable trame or sliding carriage is composed of two vertical posts B, B, united by cross pieces C, C; the posts B, B, slide between guide pieces a, c, and springs D, D. Each of said posts has on its back side a projection o, upon which the tray or pan E, rests, and on its front side any desired number of inclined notches c, c, c, c; said notches fitting and resting on the cross bar E, of the stationary trame, in the manner represented in the drawings Figs. 1 and 2. The springs I), l), are secured to the posts A, A, of the stationary frame, and serve to keep the sliding frame firmly in its place; and also allow of the tray being lowered to any position; as they yield when the vertical posts B, are drawn or thrown out of connection with the cross bar E; the position and shape of these springs may be seen by referring to Figs. l, and 2, of the drawing. The tray 0r pan E, is hung on hinges c, c, at its back end, and its front end rests on the projec tions o, Z), ot' the sliding trame, which is elevated and 1lowered, as before stated, to suit circumstances. Underneath the tray F, the cooling box or drawer G, is placed; this drawer is made to slide out (as indicated by dotted lines) when it is desired to place ice in the same. The object efected by this drawer is a good one, viz, that of keeping the butter in a cool and nice state during the process of working which is very important.
I-I, Figs. l, 2, and 3, represents the apparatus for working the butter; one end of which plays freely in a circular opening in the back of the traine A.
I, is the spoutthrough which the water and all extraneous matter passes ott.
J, is a standard secured to the shelf K, which rests on the posts A, A. To this standard a hook g, for carrying steelyards for weighing the but-ter after working, is attached.
The butter after being taken from the churn is placed in the tray or pan E, and there washed and worked up together in the usual manner by the worker H, until all the impurities are extracted and all the wat-er expressed from the same; the water and all extraneous matter runs down the inclined bottom of the pan and escapes throughthe spout.
lVhat I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent is,
l. The combination ot the cooling drawer or ice box Gr with a butter tray F, for the purpose described.
2. I do not claim in general the device of the working lever in combination with a butter tray or table, but I claim forming such working lever with acute angles at the sides ot its working face so that it may serve the double purpose of breaking or pressing the butter and turning it over.
LETTIE A. SMITH.
Witnesses JOHN BARNSBY,
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