COMBINED SCARECROW AND ADVERTISING DEVISE

SAMUEL HUNTER
Patent No. 1,142,326

Patented June 8, 1915

What is claimed is:

  1. A scare crow comprising a horizontal bar pivoted upon an upright axis, a vane thereon whereby the bar will be turned around its pivot by the wind, and a garment hanger carried by said bar.
  2. A scare crow comprising a horizontal bar pivoted upon an upright axis, means on said bar for turning the same around its pivot when the wind blows, a garment hanger carried by the side bar, and a wind operated sound producing instrument on said bar.
  3. A scare crow comprising a horizontal bar pivoted upon an upright axis, an upright guide carried by said bar, an upright shank slidable in said guide, means for locking said shank against movement, a garment hanger carried by said shank, and means for turning the same around its pivot when he wind blows.
  4. A scare crow comprising a garment hanger, a plurality of vibrating links depending therefrom, and means for vibrating said links, the latter being designed for attachment to the garments hung upon the hanger.
  5. A device for the purpose set forth comprising a horizontal bar pivoted on an upright axis, a garment hanger carried by said bar, a driven element likewise carried by said bar, a wind wheel for driving said element, and operating connections depending from said element and adapted to be suspended upon said hanger whereby said garments may be vibrated as the wind wheel is rotated.
  6. A device for the purpose set forth comprising a hollow horizontal bar pivoted on an upright axis, a garment hanger carried by one end of said bar, a shaft passing through said bar, a crank on the end of the shaft adjacent the hanger, a wind wheel on the other end of said shaft, and operating elements depending from said crank and design for attachment to a number of garments to be suspended from said hanger.
  7. A device for the purpose set forth comprising a hollow horizontal bar pivoted on an upright axis, a shaft passing through said bar, a garment hanger on one end of said bar, a ratchet secured on the other end thereof, means on the end of the shaft adjacent the hanger for vibrating a number of garments suspended from said hanger, and a spring on said wind wheel contacting said ratchet.
  8. A device for the purpose set forth comprising a weather vane, a pair of rods depending from a portion thereof, a pair of bell crank levers having the upper ends of their upright arms pivoted to said rods, operating connections pivoted to said bell crank levers intermediate their ends, a driven element loosely connected with said operating connections and means for driving said element whereby said bell cranks may be swung around their pivotal connections with said rods for the purpose set forth.
  9. A device for the purpose set forth comprising a weather vane, a pair of rods depending thereof, a pair of bell crank levers having their upright arms pivotally connected with said rods, substantially upright operating connections pivotally connected with said bell cranks intermediate their ends, said connections rising to a point adjacent the vane, a driven crank carried by said vane and loosely receiving portions of said operating connections, and means for driving the crank.
  10. A device for the purpose set forth comprising an upright standard, a T-coupling having its shank revolubly mounted upon the upper end of the standard, a horizontal bar having its intermediate portion mounted in the head of said coupling, a vane secured thereto for the purpose set forth.