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March 9, 1937.
2,073,562
_E. w. OWENS
MARKER FOR COMBINED PLANTERS AND
Filed Oct. 26, 1935
CULTIVATQRS
Patented Mar. 94, 1937
" UNITEo STATES PATENT OFFICE '
2,073,562
MARKER FOR COMBINED PLAN'I‘ERS AND
CULTIVATORS
Edward W. Owens, Sioux City, Iowa
Application October 26, 1935, Serial No. 46,953
3 Claims.
This invention includes a frame carried by
wheels with planter and cultivator machinery
attachable thereto and detachable therefrom;
so that the same machine may be used both to
5 plant and cultivate, and consists in the construc
tion of devices hereinafter described and claimed.
An object is to have the gauge marker so con
(01. 97-230)
to the center of the outside section of the marker
beam 43 and by its other end to the guide rope
49 as shown in Fig. 4 fastened by a ring 50 to the
forward portion of the adjacent side or end of
the frame F of the machine.
As is clearly illustrated in Figure 1 of the ac
companying drawing, the end marker runners
structed as to make three marks, the middle _ are of a width in excess of the central runner 46.
mark to serve as a guide for the operator and The wide outside or end markers are provided
10 the two outside marks for the horses to follow, to guide the draft animals while the central 10
for to guide them accurately; the two outside marker is to guide the driver. By having the
marks to be wide enough so that they will serve beam 43 sectional it is made possible for the
gauge to readily pass over uneven ground and,
as paths for the horses.
of course, when desired the outer end shoe 45
With these and other objects in view, the in
15 vention consists in its construction, combination, can be drawn up into an inoperative position.
Having thus described my invention what I
and novel arrangement of parts which will be
fully understood from the following description, claim as new and desire to secure by Letters
Patent is:
reference being had to the accompanying draw
1. In combination with a corn planter and cul
ing which forms a part of this application and
20 in which like characters of reference indicate tivator comprising a main frame, a gauge marker
corresponding parts throughout the several including an elongated marker gauge bar opera
tively carried by the frame for swinging move
views, wherein:
'
Figure 1 is a view in top plan of a combined ment in a vertical direction, a marker beam dis
planter and cultivator having applied thereto a posed in the same general direction as the bar,
25 marker gauge constructed in accordance with an the outer end portion of the bar being in pivotal
connection with the central portion of the beam,
embodiment of my invention;
Figure 2 is a fragmentary view in rear eleva
wide marker runners carried by the end portions
tion of the marker beam and elements directly of the beam, a central marker runner carried by
the beam, a flexible bracing member operatively
associated therewith.
My gage marker system is described as follows:
engaged with the outer portion of the marker
30
The marker gage bar 42 is pivotally fastened to beam and with the frame.
2. In combination with a corn planter and cul
the driver’s seat 22 at one end and to the center
of the marker beam 43 at the other end by a tivator comprising a main frame, a gauge marker
including an elongated marker gauge bar opera
hinge 44 which allows the marker beam to oscil
35 late freely and three marker runners are ?xed tively carried by the frame for swinging move
to the marker beam 43 one runner 45 at each ment in a vertical direction, a marker beam dis
end of the beam 43 and one runner 46 to the posed in the same general direction as the bar,
center of the marker beam 43 and the outside the outer end portion of the bar being in pivotal
section of the marker beam is hingedto the in
connection with the central portion of the beam,
40 side section of the marker beam 43 at the right Wide marker runners carried by the end portions
hand side of the middle runner 46 by a hinge of the beam, a central marker runner carried by
46a so that the outside section of the marker the beam, a ?exible bracing member operatively
beam 43 can move freely up and down, that all engaged with the outer portion of the marker
the runners may conform to the surface of the beam and with the frame, said marker beam
45 ?eld.
comprising two pivotally connected sections, the
Extending upwardly from the inside runner 45 inner section carrying two of the shoes, the brace
is a member 41 in the form of an inverted U. member being engaged with both sections, the
The marker gauge bar 42 is placed in the U
pivotal connection between the sections of the
shaped member 41 for the purpose of keeping
beam permitting said sections to have swinging
50 the marker gauge bar 42 in proper position as
movement in a vertical direction one with respect
the bar 42 freely oscillates up and down in the
member 41. This is important as the bar 42
should be maintained in direct line with the
marker beam 43.
55
A brace rope or chain 48 is ?xed by one end
to the other.
0
3. In combination with a corn planter and cul
tivator comprising a main frame, a gauge marker
including an elongated marker gauge bar opera
tively carried by the frame for swinging move
55
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2,073,562
ment in a vertical direction, a marker beam dis
posed in the same general direction as the bar,
the outer end portion of the bar being in pivotal
connection with the central portion of the beam,
wide marker runners carried by the end portions
of the beam, a central marker runner carried by
the beam, a ?exible bracing member operatively
engaged with the outer portion of the marker
beam and with the frame, an upstanding me'in‘~
ber carried by the inner end portion of the beam,
said member being in the form of an inverted U,
the bar passing freely through said member,
said member and bar coacting to maintain the
bar and beam in proper relative position.
EDWARD w. OWENS.
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