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December 3, 1927


JAMA. 1927;89(23):1966. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.92690230001013

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The device here pictured and described is the materialization of an idea that had been "floating" around in my mind for some time. So well has it filled the need for which it was created that I feel impelled to pass the idea on to my fellows.

It serves both as a holder and as corks for the bottles. A material saving of time and temper is effected by reason of the fact that the bottles are always in their same relative position and therefore quickly located, and with a fillip of the thumb or finger instantly opened and as easily closed. Thus is avoided the annoyance of having to look for the needed bottle, the use of both hands to remove the cork, which often sticks, and the overturning of the bottles with the consequent staining of of the stand.

For six months it has been in daily

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