From the The Columbian volume 4, number 1 – April 1911;
No. 602 “ULERY”
Pocket Knife Tool Kit
Every one has a use for a Knife, Reamer, File, Saw, Chisel, Screw Driver or Cork Puller. This outfit is practical, yet so small, being contained in a Leather Pocket Book 4 ¼ x 3 ¼ inches, is, by carrying it in your pocket, always at hand for immediate use, whether Camping, Boating, Teaming, Driving, in the Shop, Factory, Office, Store, Warehouse, Automobile, on the Farm, Bicycle, or around the Home.
Any Tool firmly attached or detached to the Pocket Knife in a second.
Quite the handy little kit, the cork puller tool that attaches (and detaches in a second) is William T. Vallandingham’s American patent for a cork extractor (# 883,988) awarded April 7, 1908.