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Feeding Bottle (Patent No: 168002)

Inventor: Benson, Emily

Location: Edmonton

Comments: N/A

Description: Otto H. Shultz and Emily Benson, assignee of a half interest, both of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 7th March, 1916; 6 years. Filed 6th November, 1915. Receipt No. 257,694.

Claim.—1. An infant's feeding bottle having circumferential grooves round the bend of the neck and round the body adjacent its larger dimension, said grooves being formed by adjacent and parallel projections from the outer surface of the bottle, and a rubber ring in each groove projecting beyond the projection.

2. An infant's feeding bottle having circumferential grooves round the bend of the neck and round the body adjacent to its larger dimension, said grooves being formed by adjacent and parallel projections from the outer surface of the bottle, and a hollow cored rubber ring in each groove.

3. An infant's feeding bottle having circumferential grooves round the bend of the neck and round the body adjacent its larger dimension, said grooves being formed by adjacent and parallel projections from the outer surface of the bottle, a hollow cored rubber ring in each groove, and a cap closure of rubber or the like material on the bottom end aperture of the bottle.

4. An infant's feeding bottle having circumferential grooves round the bend of the neck and round the body adjacent its larger dimension, said grooves being formed by adjacent and parallel ridges projecting from the outer surface of the bottle, and a rubber ring in each groove.

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