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. June 7, 1938. F. A. MOORE ' 2,119,825 ADVERTI S ING NOVELTY Original Filed April 17, 1936 FIG] . r é a 10v I ' \ 10x\ 13\ ‘14—— 12/ ‘I > \ f \‘ . v ‘ & ' ‘ - ‘ - INVENTOR. FredrickAMoore \ ' ATTORNEY.‘ Patented June 7, 1938 2,119.825 UNITED STATES ' PATENT OFFI€E 2,119,825 ADVERTISING NOVELTY Fredrick A. Moore, Great Bend, Kans. Application April 17, 1936, Serial No. 74,879 Renewed November 1, 1937 1 Claim. (O1. 40-1) This invention relates to an advertising novel In the drawing the advertising token is shown ty. The object of my invention is to provide a as being a representation of a gasoline pump device of the kind mentioned which has value as which would be appropriate for advertising for a utility as well as advertising qualities. A fur some oil company. It is obvious that the token 5 ther object is to provide a means of suspending might be a representation of a tire to advertise 5 a book, such as a telephone directory, a catalogue some tire company or the token might represent or similar book, on a desk or table or the like a loaf of bread to advertise some bakery,‘ etc. in a convenient place. A still further object is Referring to Fig. 3, the element 54 is supported to suspend the book on an element that is exten by a screw eye 52a: which is screwed into the 10 sible so that the book may be moved to conven under side of the top it]. It is obvious that in ient positions or places for use. Another object taking hold of the book l5 or the element ill to 10 is to provide a device of the kind mentioned in raise the book to a position where it may be which an advertising token is employed as a coun used that the token It will also be raised and will terbalance element for the book. A still further dangle from the ring I ‘l and will attract attention 15 object is to provide a device of the kind mentioned to the token whereupon it has served its purpose 15 in which the advertising token is associated with from an advertising standpoint. the book in such close relation that a person’s It is also obvious that the element M may be slipped through the ring l3 so that the book may be moved substantially the full length of the cord l4 and when the book is dropped to the floor, the attention will be immediately attracted to the advertising token when that person takes hold 20 of the book or the element supporting the book when the person goes to use the book. These and other objects will be made more apparent as this description progresses. Now referring to the drawing; Fig. l is an ele 25 vation of a corner of a table or desk to which my advertising novelty has been applied. Fig. 2 is a sectional view taken along the line IIV—II and looking in the direction of the arrows. Fig. 3 is an elevation of the corner of a table or desk to 30 which a modi?ed form of the invention has been 3 token will act as a counterbalance to raise the book from the ?oor and take up any slack that there might be in the cord I 4. Such modi?cations of my invention may be employed as lie within the scope of the appended claim without departing from the spirit and in tention of my invention. Now having fully ex plained my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is; In an advertising device of the class described; 30 applied. Similar numerals of reference desig nate the same part throughout the several ?gures of the drawing. on, said suction cup being adapted to be attached to a supporting object, a ?exible element, said a suction cup having an apertured element there In the drawing is shown a desk or table having ?exible element being slidably supported by said a top l0 that is supported by the leg I l. The top I0 extends beyond the leg as illustrated at like. apertured element, a book and an advertising ob ject, said book being supported on one end of At I2 is a rubber vacuum or suction cup element said ?exible element and said advertising object that is attached to the under side of the projec tion of the desk top ID. The cup [2 is provided 40 with a ring [3 through which is passed a string or other ?exible element I4. At I5 is shown a book such as a telephone directory, a catalogue or the like. At I6 is an advertising token that is suspended on one end of the string l4 and the 5 book I5 is suspended on the other end of the string I4. At I1 is a ring through which passes both ends. of the string M, the object of which will be later explained. Ni 5 5 being supported on the other end of said ?exible element as a counterbalance for said book; means for attracting attention to said advertis ing object, said means comprising a ring that is up0 positioned around the end portions of said ?ex ible element in such a} manner that when the book is picked up the advertising object will dangle approximately therefrom as and for the purpose speci?ed. ‘ FREDRICK A. MOORE‘.