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About Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 188?-1910 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1905)
EV.ERT THURSDAY AFTKRXOON
DATl'D K. STITT,
EDITOR .VXD PROPRIETOR.
One Yoar ?2 00
'Six Mouths 1 00
Threes Months 50
This prper is entered at tho Handon post
aftico as Stcond-c!ass Mutter.
THURSDAY, MAY 2ru 1005.
Persons mlorestoJ in knowing the
)uh aud oats of the nefarious linancial
brigands of tho country, should se
cure tho foreword, published on May
20, in which Thomas W. Lawson will
"pnblih his first exposure in tho story
Occasionally vu road of horrid
crimes com mil toil by sumo person
whoso brr.m is crazed with excessive
driuk. and from tho nico distinction
tho writer makes, oue would conclude
that ho was afraid ho mirht itijuro the
wbiskey traffic or brinjj reproach up
on it. Instead of calling it drunken
insanity, it is '"temporary insanity
caused by drink."
The local option law enacted is
in force, in Oregon, and the whiskey
traffic is outlawed in Cons County,
bnt thoro are some twenty or more
saloons run in opeu defiance of law.
"What other class of business would
be permitted to do so? Why has not j
the smupler, the counterfeiter, ami
the thief the same right to immunity
Oh! they are law breakers.
ChKiubcrlaiu'rt Couch Heinody the
'I havo been using: Ohamborlaia's
Cough llemeily and want to say it is
tho best coush modicino I have over
taken' says Geo. L. Chubb, a mer
chant of Harlati, Mich . Thero is' no
question about its being tho best, as
it will cure a oougu or cold in less
time than any o'ber treatment. It
should always bu kept in tho house
roady for instant ue, for a cold cau
bo cured in much less timo when
promptly treatod. For salo by C. Y.
Kq nipped for IJusiiioMM.
The Department of Commorco and
Labor announces that lust year it
addod toils permanent equipment ono
Bible, a bicycle, one binocular and
one boring machine. The binocular
is used to wuti-h tho trusts from afar,
tho bicycle to overtake them, the bor
ing machine lo penetrate their secrets,
and tho LJihlu tu siryur them. With
.such a plant- at its disposal the de
partment cau havo no good excuse to
offer if it allows u single bad trut to
escape detection and punishment in
any corner of the nation. 0ev York
Home Circle Column
Crude TlioiidfrU As They Full From The
Editorial Pen. Pleasant livening Itt'V
erli'H. A Column Dedicated to Tired
Mothers an Tlioy Join The llonu: Circle
at Evening Tide.
A (iooiI Migreotlon,
The ''wets' wero abroad Sunday
night; at least, there was one or two
stranded on the road leading eonth
from town, and from tho groans that
issued from the vicinity of the strand
ed hnlk, one wonld conclude that
lie bad taken more tangle foot
than was congenial to his comfort and
locomotion. Who were the parties!
Vell, our reporter could not see them,
the night being too dark, but from
the mixture of broken English and
ijargon, concluded that there wero
two nationalities mixod up with bad
Mr. C. U. Wain wright of Lmon
City, Fia., has written the manufact
urers that much better results we
obtained from the use of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in casus of pain in the stom
ach, colic, cholera morbus by taking
it in water as tiot us can be drank.
That when taken in this way the ef
fect is double in rapidity. "It seems
o get at the right spot instantly,"
he says. Lor sale by C. Y. Lowe.
The argument that a town mnst en
dure 'the damning infloence of the
"whiskey traffic in order to be pros
perous, will not bear the searching
lifht of investigation. Go search for
homes where peace and prosperity
dwell, t;nd you will find that they are
not those of men and women who
have speDt their substance in drink
oud-debanchery. It is better that tho
streets ot our towns grow up in grass
thau that our sons and daughters be
come debauched and ruined by the
fhfluonce of the liquor traffic. Let
each person take thought of the con
sequences, thus: Do I wish to til! the
drunkard's place, lie in the gutter,
become a physical wreck and fill his
grave? Do 1 wish my son cr daugh
ter to fill such a place to fcetp up this
Hit th'j Trail at the Lewis ami
Clark Exposition, opening in Port
laud, June 1.
Saturday, Angiiit 12, has been se
lected as Aeronautic Day at the
Lewis and Clarlc Exposition.
Missouri Day at tho Lewis and
Clark Exposition has boon changed
from August 17 to September 14.
Governor Joseph W. Folk of the
"Show Me" state will attend.
Colorado will have a building at
tho Lawis and Clark Exposition. Tin
structure is now well nnder wav and
will be completed by June 1 While
small, it is one of tho most attractive
of the stato buildings.
Tvo new concessions are aunounced
for tho Trail the old Southern Plan
tation and the Mirror Maze. Work
upon this amusement, thoroughfare is
progressing favorably, and all the
concessions will bo ready to ro.'eivo
the public before opening d iy.
Nearly all of the exhibits for tho
i Palace of Manufactures, Liberal Aria
and anud in lustnes at the L.wi
and Clark Esp.isition are installed.
Tho installation in other buildings is
Fourteen organ recitals will be held
iu the Auditorium of tho Lwis aud
.Not dow and then, bnt ovcry
And always try to present
Tho truth in what
There's no room here for him
Who whines aa on bis
Way bo rocs ;
Iteineinher, son. iho world is
Sad enouub, without
Talk happiness each chance
You net and
Talk it tfood and stroue;
Look for it in
Tho byways as yon qrimly
Purhatis ii is a strnimer now
Whoe visit nevor
lint talk it! Soon you'll find
That y.m and Happiness
The man who measures his acts by
what the law allows him to do, is not
so good a neighbor as tho ono who
measures his acts by "Do unto others
as you would have them do unto you."
The law is made for the first, tho sec
ond does not need it.
The days com to us like friends in
disguise, bringiii'r priceless ifts from
an unseen baud; but if wo do not iisk
i hem, they are borne silently away,
never to return. Ehcu successive
morning new gifts are brought, but if
we failed to accept those that wuv
brought yesterday and th day before,
we become less and less able to turn
them to account, until the ability to
appreciate and utilize them is ex
hausted. Wisely was it said that lost
wealth may be regained by industry
and economv: lost knowledge bv
study; lost health by temperance and
medicine; bnt timo lost is gone for
ever. In a log-cabin, in the backwoods of
Ohio, a poor widow is holding a boy
eighteeu months old, and wonderiug
if she will be able to keep the wolf
from her little ones. Tho boy grows,
aud in a few years we find him chop
ping wood and tilling the little clear
ing iu the forest to help his mother.
Fviry spare hour is spoilt in stndyiug
tho books ho hasborrowed, but cannot
buy. At sixteen he gladly accepts a
chance to drive mules on a caual tow
path. Soon he applies for a ohanee to
sweep floors and ring tho boll of an
academy, to pay his way while study
ing there. Our readers all know the
subsequent history of this boy. Hit
name was Abraham Liucoln. Is uoi
your start in life equal to his?
don't piarr with the tide.
Two persons stand upon the same
oliifi overlooking the great Missis
sippi. The onecausof nothing but a
winding sheet of water obliged to fol
low down an incline on thoearth's
fUrfai'o, and therefore was of no inter-
A MATTER GF HEALTH
Or 'it. .
IEoiv i.i This?
The wife of a man in Arkausas
named Moon, presented him with n
fine boy. This was a now moon. Tho
fathor celebrated tho event by drink
ing himself full. This was a full
moon. When he awoke from his
drunken stupor all he had loft in his
pueket was twenty-five cents. This
.vas the last quarter. His mothor-in
law boat him over the head with a
club, thus giving him a total eclipse.
i3 nm tm r -f
H H Si: -
De Lansy's new novel
An Oregon writer's Greatest BSbrt.
A !tory i t t!i yrcut vnii(i u:ir- into
uliii'h 1- iiitiTWuvi-a l !u I 'liiuiiitii-r;i-ixl. -of
:i- itl i i ur llis' r lumls, ami i'.u; ml
valii'i'iiK-nt of ii I i:; :t io:i.
CLARENCE Y. LOWE,
Is just in receipt of a new and
fresh stock of
Drugs and Chemicals,
Patent and Proprietary Preparations
Perfumes, Bkushes, Sponges, Soais
Nuts and Candies.
Clears, Tobacco and Clcarcttm.
l'aints. Oils. Glasses, and Painter's Supplier
You Can't Expect to Ge
$2 worth for $1, but you
can get your money's
ilcnler in ISoots and Shoes
ltcpniring neatly and promptly done at
lowest living prices.
What We Can Do For You
fvm Papers for tho I'rlco of Otif. Yon
Gel tin; News of tin; World and
lite Local NViv Thrown
in as a Haraiii.
To loose who p:iy up utrcarnccs and a
yt'Mr in advance, and to all new snbscri-lcr-i
who pay in advance. w: make thu
fnHowitiK iio;K)fitioii comprisinj: several
diffiTt nt couplets to SolcuL ftoia:
J'cick or PwutrciTToKs vki: Vbah.
S.;n KtKtK'iif.i linllftisi
Port !a::.l Iv. i may Tel -rain
Appeal to K- . i;
M I'sctioik v.i ! )Mp. ar i:i ti'o S -i :- j
lutl.!i ( lit'oou loiinii.l in .s rial f inn. I i.
Imirii;!l wiil h,- eiubin-d nuh tin- Hi . iu:.i i:,
tla two for ".'.'-'. S'llKitribe at once a'us
rcail this rcat atory of life as tolu liy Paul
THOMAS HITE, Must or
I.f;iv s U uid'in t-vi iy niorniny. excf-pl
Snnd:.y. ;t .:.Ui on. fit and ia.;ct-s eonmc
tiisn: Willi the tr.tm i.nd stvazntr IMyrl at
HliW a. in. hi ( oq-iir.v ' it y.
Leavcrt Ciujiiillf C:t'. at U:o'J p. in., arriv
itiu at H.in Joi: ai 1::.'J p. m.
Clark Exposition hetweon Juue 10 l!-,t to Wliile I he other, spell-
and .September 3'J. All reeitjtLs will ! bound and with av.-e sin l admiration
be given at itihi, and will be ar- j tl)r tn wondi'iful works of nature.
raauo.1 by Professor II. W. Cr jj.lrioli. 1,eolii a mighty river, as in its cea.se
The Washington Farmer Publish
ing Co., of North Yakima, Wash..
publishes three illustrated aRricnl- ' Order of Kaiiwa? .Ctrndiurtors, two
ornuist of i5t. D.ivi.l's Episcopal
Oiiiueh. Promiuent oryaniata will
part ici pale.
Delegates lo the Convention of the
tnral periodicals every month. "Dait
ry and Liw Stock, Poultry and Pe
thousand strong, with wives ami fain
dies, were in attendance at tho Lnvi.-
Stock," and "Northwest Farm and J aU)i (jjark Esposilion grounds, 8um-
Horae. ' I he at uamed magazine
is devoted to all the other featnies of
agricultural life except those that are
covered by the first two named. It
contains more practical articles on ir
rigation than any other publication in
America. It is a docriplive magazine
vnutaininii from time to timrt complete
articles on all localities west of .St.
3Jaul and noitin.f San Francisco, and
R-rherefore invaluable to the immi
grant and real t state man. Yi-n can
gat all three of these elegant publica
tions, comprising a complete agricul
tural library, for $3.00 per year.
saved Hy Pynaiiiitc.
Sometimes a iLiuiiug city is saved
by dyuauuting a space that the lire
cannot cross. Sometimes a cough
hangs on so long yon feel as if noih
ing but dynamite would cure it. Z
T. Gray, of Cidhoun. Ua., writes:
"My wife had a very aggravated
cough, which kept hT awake uights.
Two physicians could not help her;
so she took Dr. King's Now Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Col ls which eased her cough, gave
her sleep, and finally cured her."
Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis
and La Grippe. At C. Lowe's
drus store, price 50ets and .1.00;
guaranteed. Trial bottlo free.
"wANTED-r-TlftJST WOU'lH MANOIt
xcoraan to uvinauo buqinesa in this couuty
and ndjoinins territory for well eytahlised
bouBe o solid financinl Btandinc. Sl'O.OO
BtraiRht -cash, salary with nil neceHsary ex
penses paid weekly by check from head
qnnrtcrR. Money advanced fox expenses.
Position pemmnent; previous experience
not essential. No investment required We
famish evrvthinj;. Knelose pelf addressed
envelope. Address Manactr, falO Como
Ulock. Chicapo, III.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notico is hereby Given to the public that I
have this dny iven ray son, A. J. Stewart,
bis time, nnd that I will not be responsible
Jor any debts or obligation? he may con
irac. J. D. Stkwabt.
j BandoD. Oregon. March lGth, 1905.
day. May 1 Uh. A sacred concert oc
curred during the uooa hour, after
which the assemblage retired t-j th
American Inn, where they were the
guests of tho Euj )-ition. ll jyai Chi
nook salmon, fivsb from tho streams
of Oregon was s?rvd. Th'1 rem Hin
der of the menu consisted of salad-,
cold meats, snndwiches of various
sorts, coffee, milk, ico creim aud as
Wood. Good fir Move wood for
salo at 1 oO per t it: delivered. Leave
orders with it. F. .ShaMion.
C. K. CiiANDLna.
Hon to Wntd.off Old A.
Tiie most successful way of ward
ing oil the approach of old ago is to
maintain a vigorous digestion. This
can bo done by e iting only food .suit
ed Jo your age aud occupation, and
when auy disorder cf the stomach ap
pears take a ihne of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct
it. If you havo a .veak stomach or
are troubled with 'indigestion, you
will find these Tablets to bo just
what you need. For salo by C. Y.
Xotice to tha Public.
Notice is horoby given that I will
put out poison in nuy sheep pasturo
to protect my stock from tho ravages
of dogs and wild animals.
Dated at iJandon, April 27th, 1005.
MEN AND WOMEN in this and adjoin
inc comities for homo or lraveluu: work
representing nnd advertising tho Wholesale
and Educational Departments of au old es
tabliKbed Manufacturing House. Hnlary
$3.50 per day with orpeuses advanced, ltig
famished when necessary;. position perma
nent; references exchnnged. Address, Blew
Brothers fc Co., H,ome Dept., Chicago, HI.
less power and majestic beamy it roll
ever onward towards the sea. As we
saw the ripple of the water here and
i hero as it phyed around muho hid
den rock, we thought of the pilut.
who. when asked if he knew where all
dnug-rous roels and shoals wi re
along the deep river, implied, no, bui
I know where 1 he deep wafer is, and
if we keep the beat in the deer: water
we shall ho safe and need not worry
much about where the r-icks are; and
as we mused we thought wo might
learn a Jo o-n from this, ami :mt foul
away our liw- paddling along the
chores of I lit river of time, probing
around trying i j,,,) ., p,..
We believe mmy lives r.to wrecked,
not so much by storms of life, as bv
drifting with the lido and stnkinj'l
the.-e rocks and coming in contact
with the hid. leU sins ami dang-rs
along the shore. Push out into he
ileeo water, head your bark up the
stream none but lazy, indolent peo
ple drift with the tide. Lay hold up
on tho promises of (.rod and null
against tho current, and as the years
roll by as ceaseless as the llow of this
mighty river, we shall be able to look
back with peace and consolation upon
a Jife well spent in service for God
and humanity, and by ami by how
sweet will come the welcome words,
"Well done, good and faithful ser
M. E. Church.
Preaching service every 'iid and 4th Sun
day at 11-A. M. and 8. J M.
Sunday School' every Sunday nt 10, A. M,
Epworth Leaune . 7:P. M.
IVayir ineeli.i Wednesday at S: I. M.
Preach inn l"t and :.rd Sundays, morning
Sunday Se'n-'ul each Sunday nt 10 a. m.
EinliMVor n.eetinys nt the :m hour.
I'nner meeting 7 '.') Thursday evening;?.
All a rs wdceinr.
eiii'i! !i.m:m:m. Pastor.
P. S. HOYT, Prop.
l...r:ito.l in ICL HOKl)() Hl'II.DINU.
I alr.ft. i:.M)()N. (UiKco.N
ill-WIXO. .snA.ViI'v;lSt; AND HAIi:
rtvi: ; s i a j a r'lii i-;.
The l'iiie;Iti li . , e i.i' u.,- ii-d::" nojc
if tilt- W,-t. a:,. . i il si!;. d in Sn.4
Fiancisen. nnd .iv- nil !h- nc.ii. Uwruffee
incltn'.-.'s the Stuulny llollotin.
Kecorder and Htillclia. one year.. S7 00
lf;rder and ! .:!. t i u. om month li
The I'ortl'ind I'oniim 'tVleurani is isMud
six time-; a v.v-:;. I: nv- all the news that
in woith rea -i::-: and xiy So time ef ;;.:!::g tc
press, nit.i ii o' is ii.;:-; 'Jl li..ur.- in 'iu r thai,
when it rn:. Lbi here tht.uh any ethti
Kecirder an l Ti !ce.rn!! one jvnr. "0
F;ir a wetkiv newr-jnpt the V.'.-fkly Ure
:o!i:.-oi !e.-.d - in tho N.-rthw. st. ntid uive
all the new usually coataimd in a v,eei:h
lUMrd?r and Weekly Orcronian..S,2 fiO
It ii the duty of ouch person tu seek in
formation alone all lines that tend toward
:rineiiii about iittur conditions and urentei
pr-;pt::tv f r t!ie human f mil;., and Ur
i he paro le i f tziving our r:nUrs a chance
to mforM ihisaM-lve.s we i;ive shi i.i the hvfi.
Appeal to lfa-;.):i. Any doctrine that
does not appeal to the highest order of rea
sousae is not safe.
Uee-rder aed Appeal to nenMu. . $'J 00
MRS. E. J. HITE & CO. Props.,
We carry a line line of Fa.ll and. WirLt(
-r--r- i -ii -.1-. 4 -V-, 1 r3.nnnC3
. i -r czr " i r , ' i . . l v c m . . - i i i - i i i i r l j
Give us a call nnd examine onr Roods.
City Barber Shop .
vr. at a
CJoquillc J5it"5r5 Oregon,
J. P. TB'PE'f'HJ. Srprietnr.
This well-known hotel is now under now and com
petent management and has been thoroughly ren
ovated throughout. Tho tahle service is equal to
any in Southern Oregon. S mple rooms for com
mercial men. Baggage transported to and from
boats and trains freo of charge.
Fine new bar in connection with tho hotel.
The New, Elegantly Fitted, and Speedy Steamer
C. P. JENSEN, Master-
fhis Slearupr is New. in Slroncly bcilt, nnd fitted with the latest improvements, and
Hive n repnlnr a dny service, for pnssencers nnd freight, between the
Coquille Kiver, Oregon, and Sun Francisco, Calif.
ELBERT DYER, Agent, Bnndon, Oregon.
E. T. KUTJZ, Managing Agent, 207 Front Street, San Francisco, California.
F ALL LINIMENTS
CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN
SIURALCIA, CfXliS, CUTS, BRUISES. BUKHS, SOALBS,
STIFF J04HTS, OOMT1IAOTK
rajmb waists, rwtm
BtMaa m mmbm Ulla 4 m m A tBBUT Bb BBtfBflBl
wiAlibBj. vuRfi nwBBvwaiBB rnaniBB' wsbbb w p s V
BEUOBS, CK1LSLAIM8, ABO ALL tNrLAUMATtOM BT MAM B BCAST..
First Glass Watch
Itatlinviiiii iu". !y :U-) :! v:!!i rii':-!;
'iii. iti o i ii,; . :-.a. ii- v. nts
Agates Ground, Polished and
to order; or :my other work in my
lim will !m done in a noat nnd sat is
factory in: 'iir, at a reaonahlo price.
Call and sve niv new lt:r f j vvelry. eon-M-tiug
f Siiek I'in-, Ila: Sanii Pi ti.
I 1.1.5 s Vapt -;t f ;, j:.-,Ki-h.-s. ;?r-. ts. Cuff
u.ti t' Hut ins, ".hi:i!-i. Charii.s, an.
IJiiiH. i.ch has j-s: arnvi.:.
Tlil.l'.V'iS l JPK.
Si'tic.f i-I. r- ,' ::! !l i. is-:n: no
tt tre;ms-i ap : t :!'"' i'r. K-:ivm
-.itnaifd ImI"" l" i.jta- i .?.!: :! the iotta-
v road, in ;'h n: !-irrv. ov o-t vntg.
ir.jt f ins.'. 'r d. .-!. t ii'iir ij"ti wtul
Und. trv urU ii; h- p- :l fur infotmn
52-n !i'ni:n t i :nvict:iii of Ireist'-'i""- i'5-
l.::.d at i;af 0:i s: 'i. Mire!' i V.X'l.
I'M : M: NKI.M).. i-tnt.
EEAD THIS REMAPJ1ABLS CURS
"I Teas tnnch aftlictcd with rheumatism, -Kritea
Eu. C. Ittid, Iowavtlle, SedRTvxcl: Co., Kansas
i-.I.HI, If .,
about on crutches and suffering; a great deal of pain.
I was induced io try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which
cured me, after using- three 50c bottles. IT IS THE;
GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED; have rec
ommended it to a number of persons, all express
themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk
without cratches, and am able to perform a great
deal of li-ht labor on the farm."
THREE ' SIZES: 25cs 50c AND 5 LOO
BALLARD SNOW LfiNSfVIENT CO.
ST. LOUIS. U. , A.
SOLD APD RECOMMENDED BY
W1 . it ;
f. , . :
K f .
Why SulTer rram UlifuiiialUui.
Why sufF.r from rlummnlisiu whn
ono application of Chumborlain'.s I'ain
Iialiu will reliovo Iho pain? The
quick relief which this liuimout af
fords makes roat and sleep possible,
and thut alone is worth ninny times
ts cost, atany who have used it
hoping ouly for a short relief from
.sufl'erin have boon happily surprised
to find that aflrr awbib the relief
becomos permanent. Mrs V H Leg
t'ott of Yum Yum, Tennessee, XJ a A,
writes: L am a groat ' sufferer from
rheumatism, all over from bond to
foot, and Chamberlain's Pnin Balm
is tho only thing that will relievo tbe
pain." For sale by 0. Y. Lowe.
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r S;tre?t s.id v.UiCir&.sc Ouro for nii
i::tu juUr.T 'i'r.'JUi-.w
r t-o n. T.rrvT.rwv n a mr
C. Y. LOWE.
DO YOU NEED ANY HArD-VVARE?
We aro still di-ins bniuePR nt Tho Old'
Stand and can please you. Give us a Callj
K Miss. AiruoWsstley
g 6'5 V.'clls 5trct.
810 Wells Stn-t,
J:aui:;::ttk, "Wra., firpt. 25, 1903.
I was all run down from nervous
ness and ovc nvork a::l had to resign
my pocition r.:id lake a rent. I
found that I v.-aa not raining my
stronirlh and health as f:xst as I
1 could wip't, ami as your "v'ine of
Lardui v;tu' rcccmmciMled as such a
good medicine for the illst of our
wx. I bourrlit a bottlo and hepan
M usincr it. 1 v:i3 .uitisfied with the
results rrom the us?e ot tnc nrsc
bottle, and took three more and then
found I was restored to good health
and strength and ablo to take up
my work with renewed vigor. I
consider it a fine tonic and excellent
for worn-out, nervous condition,
and am picked to cnilorso it.
ttir'r. North WlMuiisla Holland Society.
Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of
Cardui and a 25c. packago of
Thedford's Iilack-Drauglit today.
Bo icu s
Know the News
3 '-'"V tii can have it at! Tor
lltiutU -5 iftoiiih
In H:c Kvrninm 'iVh'rain, of Portland,
Orf a m. Ji (! lait ft i-vfiiinc livw
pip" Mibii-lifd in vlifu'on: it contain
all III m-wM of tin- stnti' and of t he
natioi Tiy i tor a i::)i,f j. A smh;.!o
c py v 1 lip mailt d toyon trt-e. Aduri-s
rou i i. n:, onr.
If You Do
and examine our
N-.rrcroc! T? c?ri c,oc anrl Farm mnlfimpnt.Q Ffn
Now is the time to purchase Hardware. The undersigned lias
in stock a largo as-sorlmout of
Giassvare, Crockery and Miners' Supplies.
TINSIIOr IN CUNNEOTIO.W
The Bandon Hardware Man
Anyone sending a nkotch nnd deicrlptlon may
qulcklr ascortaln our opinion freo whether na
Invention Is probably rntontrihlo. CoramunlCA
Uons strictly conOilontlal. HANDBOOK onPatonu
rations of all kinds
Bed Hoom Suites Cnrlain Poles and Fine
and Pieces. Window Trimruincs. House
SEWING MACHINES AND 15AHY CAH1HAGKS
Wnll Paper anali
sent rroo. Oldest acency for securlnjrpatenu.
fAlenu taxon inrouea Aiunn a,
tptclal notice, without charge, in tho
A handsomelr lllurtrated weekly. Lartteit clr
caUlon of any icienUflo lonmaL Tenn. f3 a
year: four months, (L Bold byall newsdealers.
BUNN&Co.3818 New York
Braqcb Offlce. 65 F BU, Washington. D. C
Cabinet Shop in Connection. Maitresses and Springs
Fnrnitnro Hepairinn nnd Sar-lilin a Specialty.
Glass, Paints, Oils, Brushes. Xoul0" UNDERTAKINQ
A Full Lino of Burial Casketfl. Barinl Hobes and Goods, and Undertaking Sapplies
. . . Constantly Kept on Handy
BANDON FURNITURE COMPANY,