GETS PATENT ON LUBRICATOR
W. J. Byron, Locomotive Engineer, Perfects System For Use On Engines
W. J. Byron, a locomotive engineer for the Oliver Iron Mining company in the Adams district, has patented a locomotive lubricating system. The invention was perfected and tried out by Mr. Byron and he has now obtained his patent. The lubricator can be attached to any locomotive. It is operated by air and is designed to provide thorough lubrication without waste of oil.
Mr. Byron has had many offers for his patent but has refused to dispose of any rights in it yet and may decide to manufacture it.
--Eveleth News July 26, 1917
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