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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1891)
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THUJtSDAY, JANUAKY 22. 1801.
Written for Tun Scout.1
7 MY QUEEN.
Shehai roses bloomltitr on hnr face
ThU queenly queiMi of mine;
Ami (lit- tale ol love in her deep eyea trace,
In rvcrv u"tl'in, on angels grace
1 huld hirhalf diviiiel
Oh In wealth unknown bat my beautiful
Nota we.dili of land nor gold
I!ut a wealth or love, ami gn-iror. I ween
Than ever n man Imtli known or eoii,
Or ever a woman tolil 1
She will walk lv my : side when hope in low.
Tins fair-fai-.nl queen of q iohisI
"When the tempo-it heal, and tlic wild
With bur liund in mine no fear she knows,
Though her love is in its tea is!
When thu orcaii of life is fretted and
And stars are hid in the ky
Where the dove with the olive hranch was
In the pfithlPfs waste, she loves nie most.
And never Is known to sigli!
And I like Antony, leave all wire
To bath in the dlil ot her vui!
The world would not buy her form fo fair.
Her soft sweet checks mid her flawing hulr,
No, the world nor I'uradise!
Tho Farmara'and tha Railroad A Painful
Snow, wind ami sunshine nil mixed
Stovo UiihlritlRO, of L,i Grande, was
a visitor to Alicol this week.
Miss Jlerdine, of Wallowa, i.s visiting
with frionds at Alicol thin wouk.
TniiiiH leave Alicul for La Grande at
'J u. in., and for Elgin at " p. m.
John jMoUart.of Alicol, is visiting liia
bistur, Mm. Webb, at lilgin this week.
There hooins to bo ipiito a lot of
travel on the Klgiii branch between
Elgin and La Grande. The car is full
every day both ways.
J. L. Hon sold (!5 f,it hogs to Palmer
fe Wcllor, of ha Grande, last week,
which averaged 2!)f pounds each. The
price was -1 cents a pound.
Ada Hoc, Pearl Council and George
Cochran boarded the train at Alice!
for their first car ride last Saturday
evening and visited friends at Hluin.
They Mayed over Sunday and re
turned on .Monday mornings train.
K. V. Imblor of the Cove was on
the Sandridgo this week on his way
homo from tho Wallowa valley whore
ho had been looking after his interests.
IIo reports everything in (ho Wallowa
in line rli.ipu with about eight inches
of wnnw on tho ground.
U. 1). Uuckmau met with quite a
severe accident last Monday night.
While on his way home from Sum
morvillo his horco took fright and
throw him out of the buggy, breaking
his nose and knocking the skin oll'tii
forohead and fracturing his arm. Hi?
injuries are very painful.
P. E. Wade lias nolilied thu railroad
company to put cattle guards between
his Holds or he would do it hiiiHulf at
their xpoiii-o and that he would no)
let a train p.tss till ho had liuishcd the
work. Why should the grangers let
tho railroad company iinpoto on tlioin
like they have done? If there is im
law to piotoct them from tho railroad
inonoply, it is high time for Air. Nor
villu or our other representatives to do
HOinothing for tho relief of tho people
whilo they aru in session.
Itoras of laiorest From Our Regular Cor
respondent. Mis. 15. U. Henry and Mrs. Agnes
Foster canto over from Island City this
Horn, to the wifo of .1. J. Vincent,
Jim. I'lth, a son, weight twelve pounds.
Child and putoujla all doing well.
The Covo flouring mill is grinding
again since tho thaw. There itt a
lively demand for thu pioduct.s of thu
Tho school in tho Hig Lake district
which has boon very satisfactorily
taught by Mr. W. W. Randall, oloes
Mrs. Molliu Gibson was called to
North Powdur Tuesday to bo at tho
bedsido of hor father, Mr. l'luminur who
is vory sick.
A dance was given at tho Hig Lake
school house Tuusday night. The
proceeds went towards purchasing an
orgait for tho use of thu district.
Last wiok twenty-live families in
Covo h ol i. on or more eiuos of moas-lus
each. Tlii wok theio ate no dunge
ons vtuv and all are uupro-ing.
Mr. Mr. A. It. Itobiuson wore
callwl to Dakar City last week on no
count of l lei dangerous iltna of Mr
11. VV. Weaver. His oonditiou
Mr. John Wttgnnriwhl lart wwk
Mr. Tlicw. rrolit, tlairyinau of I'im
valley iwtuty-livoiilch cows at if25.0i)
per head. The purchaser will use
them on hi farm and increase his
Mr. Aaron Connor has lately caught
in steel traps on I he mountain cast of
town, two large lynx and a wild cat.
He is now angl:ng for a panther or
mountain lion of immense ai.c which
has been scon in that locality.
Mr. and Mrs. Haggorty wish to ten
dor their sincere thanks to the many
friends who lent valuable assistance
and displayed such untiring kindness
in their late sickness. Their thought
fullness and sympathies can never be
Tho Cove debating and literary so
ciety meet at the Morrison church
building Friday nights. Tho best
talent of tho town takes part in the
discussions which are thus made botli
interesting and instructive. Jtov. Le
Koy of La Grande took part in the
exercise of the last meeting.
Aff(-i,rs. K. Imblor. J. Wajruor. L.
Corpe, J. M. Cravens, Thos. Tolly, R.
Koger, A. Robinson, A. Cochran, L.
Haggerty, R. Morris, A. Harris, Lee
Hendcrshott, J. Allen, Jno. Vanordor,
S. Vanordor, M. Roes, Prof. Vincent,
1). 11. May and A. Grossman having
been apj ointe 1 a committee to look
over the grounds and take soundings
in tho Rloom-Erench water right case,
will complete their labors Wednesday.
Their testimony will bo taken this
week and next, by the referee. It is to
be Ijoped that this long drawn out case
will soon be brought to a termination
satisfactory to all interested.
Died, Jan. 15th, of pneumonia, Mil
dred Haggerty, aged M years, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. h. R. Haggerty.
Tho deceased had been suH'ering from
an attack of the measles and was in a
fair way to recovery when a relapse
overtook her, which on account of her
onfebled state she was unable to sur
vive. Till this titno tho family circle
consisting of paronts and twelve inter
esting children has remained unbroken.
Rut tho unwelcome summons came at
last as if to show what a short distance
tho most favored of mortals are from
trouble and how all earthly trials sink
into insignificancj when measured
with tho anguish of parting with a
dear relative Tho fa nily is almost
heartbroken over their loss and havo
the deep sympathy of tho community.
Tho fu ior.il took placo Friday and
was attended by a 'large number of
tiih niU23TioN sirrrr,i:D.
-rxo Tills cut it u faithful
jjcJatai picture of the wo ! known
west, they woro asked to
tettlo tho question us to what rtmnpiirlllus were
til fet purely vejotalilo. Wo present tlielr re
port. "Wo have inmlo careful eliomlcal analyses of
luveial well known Annuls of Minu!a tllii, taut
iavu lound them all Willi t he sIiirIo exception of
Joy'H to contain loillduof I'otanslum. As u result
ito aro eii'illud to promiunco Joy's to !, tho only
purely vcRutalilo Mimipiirllla uown. t,.o uiurket,
ivhleli liu-i como utnler our observatlou."
Modern mudlpliio has proven that nllordluory
'aro cru)tIons nrouot caused hydlscascJ Wood,
but hy ImllKOHtlon and ulugglsh circulation,
which cull for M'Rctulilo alteratives, Instead of
mineral Mood purltlers llko Iodhlo ot Potassium.
Joy's Veaotable KartapurlUa holnff tho latest, is
tho tlrt to discard tho old notions and proceed
under the modern theory. It ouron attest tho
inuuduou nf tho theory. It is tho talk of tho
Gi eclmou OaKOO.
S. IT. ("1 ll'ord, Now Oassol. Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia nnd liheiimatisin,
his sl'iuinuh was ULonluri il, his liver was
ellected to an alarming do:roe, appetite
foil away, and ho was terribly reduced in
tloaii unil strength. Thru bottles of Klec
trio Miters cured him.
KdwHrtlMliupliurd, UitrrtsbiirK. 111., bad
n luiitiiii'i oro on let; of oiht your-.'
fctiulin;f. lTseil throe bottle of Kleetilo
Haters mid seven boxes of Uuclduii's Arni
ca Sahn. and bis loi; is sound and well.
John Speaker, Cntitwhu, 0.. bail live largo
fever sores on his lej, doctors said he was
iuouruMo. Ouo bottle hleetrle Hitters and
one box Mucldon Arnica Su'vo cured hli'i
tmtiielv. hl at llrown'itdnur store.
(iod'a ItlifcuiiiiK to lltimauily o Says an
OrvRon l'ionotr. Ninety YoarnOhl.
KuttciiT (JltoVB. Or.. Mareb tli. I havo
ti.e.1 ibu OltUGON 1CIUNHY T1CA and
oliiubiid Iniinudlnte relief. It Is God's
ble-xiiiB to liiiiiinnlty. 1 lake pbasuro in
ro oui MH-niliiut it io tho allliotoil, I am
Ui ' avly ninety yearn old, taiue to Oro
tftt i.i isl.' lit tho (initiloy of the Hudson
1U i'o-niiitu.v.niid klnoo I bnii ))Hini the
Olt;..uN KlDNUY TKA 1 enjoy good
he Mi. DAVll) Ml'NKOH.
JUtVINfU'tNT TAX NOI'lt'i:,
'p m '.iiiioiient t.tx rolls for tho years
lHvi, iMiCt I ski mi, ISHS nut! ll are now
.ttio.) ..in u with wurraiu to enforce the
imii.idU'o ti tvu)at, by levy uud ali. 'I'lie
imm. -if ult unllnfuom will I .ulili-hi'd
ill llio ciuoty mtrM in oon ai the Iwl can
be prHpaeo-l. and all ttnpnld tuxe for years
ab iiMiitloniHl will bo liiHimdiateiy im
vi'-i "lib .M ooU loUb-il
D.i iil mi I'.noti thi 1Mb dav of .l uuary
LHUI. J. 1' ItOLLlCS.
Sbitrtff Hltd Kx-olUcioTu.Y Colliclor.
II. V. It. t'HHKU. Deput. t Ai.
NoiUH to si: r n.K.
1 . i- IimIi Ii,. d I. Ill UiulWMljfUlMl.
,. .! on 'lit i Uo, aru
i . - it- t . I f 'i 1 - itriUnxtl
I .i . t. adojt
li.l-. t ; ..H M' i ' unt ..i iiu ii,, by I he
II ill I'l't lUtCOpi (
i.' i.Qm. J. I. A LULUS' S.
CONTINI i:l 1 ItOM SKVENTH I'AOK.
They had Inmlly time to pick us up
before that whale was making for us,
coming at railroad speed, with mouth
wide open. Uy skillful maneuvering
and working hard at the oars, backing
and lilling, we managed to avoid his
rush and he swept on by, only to at
tack us again and again, until exhaus
ted by his tremendous exertions. Ho
laid a short distance oil' from u?, rest
ing and to recruit up befoio giving us
another round. Ho was clear grit.
"l'horo comes the old man," said
"I seo him," answerod Mr. Swain.
"We will wait until lie comes down."
Lo.-ing two men had unnerved Mr.
Swain for the moment and he did not
like to take the responsibility of order
ing the boats on until Captain Collin
Captain Coffin soon came up in one
of the ship's spare boat. His orders
were short and rhurp:
"Mr. Chudwick, you and Mr. Ilussey
lay oil' at a safe distance and pu k us
up if we cot stove. Mr. Swain, it is
you and I for that whale. It will be
long darts. Do not go too, close."
"Aye, aye, sir," answered Mr. Swain,
who had taken command of the fourth
mate's boat, and the two crafts pulled
up and we went for the fighting cy
clone The maneuvers we went through be
fore wo succeeded in killing the whale
are too numerous to mention here.
Suffice it is to say that it was two or
more hours before we found his life,
and when we found him dead no cheer
went up, for the loss of our shipmates
saddened us all, and wo hauled him
alongside tho ship in silence. 1 low
over, our grief soon wore oil", and, in a
few days, we wore as happy and as
reckless as ever, ready for more whales,
For years after it was related to
children, and the summer visitors at
tho island, with feelings of pride, how
Charley Swain, of tho "Clara Hello
Leo," cut out a fighting whalo from
under the noso of tho "Mogul's" boats.
Six days later we woro anchored in the
beautiful harbor of Bermuda, with
all hands on shore but tho anchor
watch and with plenty of money in our
pockets, painting the town red, riding
jackasses on a dead lope through tho
streets of Georgetown and Hamilton,
fighting with tho negro police when
they tried to stop us, and having what
somo people call "a jolly good time."
And in the evening dancing with the
IJormuda girls until daylight.
At sunrise wo pulled slowly from tho
bead), the tunc of "Tho Girl 1 left
behind Me," lloating sweetly over the
waters ot the harbor, plajed by a string
band that wo had hired for the night's
amusement, tho girls standing on the
shoro waving their handkerchiefs with
one hand and with their other hand
keeping tight hold of their dress pock
ets, to keep our money, that had by
some strango transformation, all dis
appeared from our pockets into theirs.
Ah, mo! Those days when 1 shipped
as a sailor boy, just forty years ago.
TO UK CONTINUED.
Notice is hereby given that there was tak
en up by O. A. G'ray.on I'lover creek in tho
precinct of North 'Powder, Union county,
Oregon, and posted before tho undesigned
a justice of tho peace for tho above precinct
one dark iron fjray horse, supposed to be 12
years old, ll)1 hands high, branded witli a
a capital I) (script) on the 'left Miotildor.
Appraised at $35 this January ;i, 1MJI.
l-8-:tt JOHN KDWAUDS,
' ' Justice ot the Pence.
Ift In BJ"J f 7 1
is K!i io mww
Canr.ot bo successfully traveled with
out peed health. To reach wealth or any
coveted position In life requires tho full
pouosclcn and operation cf til tho fac
ulties l.lnd nnturo has ondovrcd us with.
Hicso conditions cannot exist unices the
ph);lcal bolng Is In perfect working
cr.'cr, ond this Is Impossltlo uhen tho
llv:r and spleen aro torpid, thusobstruct
Ing tho secretions, causing Indigestion
end dyspepsia, with oil of their accora-
English Dandelion Tonic
exerts a specific Influenco over tho liver,
excites It to healthy action, resolves Its
chronic engorgements, and promotes the
secretions; cures Indigestion and consti
pation, sharpens the appetite, tones up
the entire system, and mikes lllo worth
Clyde, Sliirv, Pcr
chcron & Nonuan
For idi from ?H)0 to
Ij h iIkiu p:r. y .'CcU
nuicJ (or next kjh .... : w
mutt tell in ur!f 1 i .al.
room far imiw in(wr. . ..-VI.
(rMlbt o i a InMlJ I 'Lao,
OMdM i r .', a
C err animal fitily Wwinml. T. 1 m.!
r m m m
snnkaieri (I Us iota
mm i- lauei
A Fine lino of Goods Always in Stock.
Call and Exumme Them.
Suits Made to Order,
Cleaning and Itepairing.
All work warranted. 12-1-tf.
Yy K. IJIiOWNnhL, -M. I).,
Physician & Surgeon,
OHico at oitydniK store. 11-13-tf
BROOKS, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon,
ISLAND CITY, OllUGON.
iMJ-l'rompt attention nivcn to all pro
fessional callt., day or niht. 11-fMf
D I TTB I J I A N I ) T , il. I).,
Physician & Surgeon,
KLUIN. 0 It EG ON.
All call? promptly responded to, dav or
PERRY & CO., London. Estab.io24.
U. S. Office. 010 Broadway New York.
VfOTICE IS I1EUEHY GIVEN THAT
J.1 by virtue of an execution and order of
sale Issued out of the Honorable Circuit
Court of tho State of Oregon, for Union
county, bearing date the 22nd day of De
cember, lhOOaud to me directed and deliv
ered, upon a judgment and decree of fore
closure anil sale of heretofore attached
property, entered on the 23rd dav of Sep
tember. 1MI0, wherein the I'ir&t National
Bank of Arlington is plaintiff, and C. W.
Ladd and E. Florence are defendants for
the sum of eight hundred and one anil nine
one-bundredths dollars, with interest there
on at the rate of ten per cent, per annum,
from the 22nd day of .-cpteinber, IStK), and
the further hum of seventy dollars attor
ney's fees, thirty ami twenty one hun
dredths dollars for costs and disbursements
of this action, and decreeing tho sale of
the following described heretofore attached
real estate, to-wit: All the right, title and
interest that the defendant, C. W. Ladd.
had on the 17th day of June, 1W)0, or after
acquired in or to the following described
real estate, viz:
Lots eight, (8) nine, (9) ten (10) and
eleven (II) in block one hundred and four
teen (11 1) of Chaplin's addition to the town
of La (iraude. Union county, Oregon.
Now therefore, under and bv virtue of
said execution and order of sale as afore
said. I will sell at public auction, at the
court hoii!e door at Union, Union county,
Oregon, on Friday, the (ith day of Februa
rv, 1891. at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day, all
tlic right, title and interest of. in and to tho
said premises that C. W. Ladd, one of the
defendants abnvo named, bad on the 17th
day of June. 1MH), or alter acquired in or
to the above described real estate, to. satisfy
said Judgment, attorneys' fees, ots, dl
burseinents ami Interest, as aforesaid, and
Terms ot sale, cash to mo in hand, in U.
S. gold coin,
Dated this the 2nd dav of January, 1S01
.. T. BO LI, US.
SherllV of Union County.
By W. It. Usiiku. Deputy. 1-8-61.
NOT1CK r 1'OItFlUTimH.
' Statcof Oregon, county of Union, )
November 10. lSDO.f
To John Noi.kn :
You aro hereby notilled that I have ex
pended one hundred dollars in labor and
improvements on the "Flying Dutchman''
quartz lodo, situated in Granite mining
district. Union county, Oregon, as will ap
pear bv certificate tiled November 10, 1S!K),
and recorded in Book E of quaitz claims,
page 220. in the olllce of tho recorder of
said county, in order to bold said premises
under the "provisions of section 2'12l revised
statutes of the United States, being the
amount required to bold the same fur the
year ending December M. 1MJ0. and if with
in ninety davs alter this notice by publica
tion you fail or refuse to contribute your
portion of such expenditure, and of other
expenditures for which you aro legally
bound ns co-owner, your Interest in said
claim will become the property of the sub
scriber undor said seciion 2I121.
ll-13-i:it GEOUOE W. PEKKINS.
aOTIGH OT DISSOLUTION.
-VfOTICE IS 1IEUEBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 we, Sqiuro K. Thomas and J. H. Do
lauey.bavo this day dissolved bv mutual
consent the partnership buinos heretofore
existing between us. and J. 11. Dolancy Is
lierebv authorized and undertakes to pay
nil debts ot the firm and collect all accounts
due. , ,
Dated at Union Oregon this SOth tiny of
SQl'IltH K. THOMAS.
J. II. DKLANKY.
ATOTICH IS 11k1uHY GIVEN THAT J
1 tho co-partnurship borotoforo cximing i
between F. J. Holnxi, and J. W. Hill, tin-1
der thu firm nanu ot Hill A Holmes, i this
dav dissolved by inutiml consent, the iaid
J.V'. Hill ultbilrtwing fr.u) the buli'i.
V. J. llolmea uin - .1 bsbiilti' ol h
late linn and is auiloxii I t. enllo.-i ami
receiw nil ..- ou .i-. ..:.! i . u d due ld
Uiand City, Orcgof. 4an. . t l.
J W HILL,
J 5 In. I. J- H":.MKS. '
VH riM CAt P
is -ribism ) n rii-L-
NORTH ar.fi SOUTH
A. K. ULI.1S, Ticket ArciU.
Trains depart from Union daily as follows:
Overland Flyer, No '2 11.8SA. M.
Overland Flyor, No 1. . . 7: 0 P. M.
Main Line, No. 1 and 2i "Tho crland
Fiver,'' carry throuph Pullman Sk'epers,
Colonist Sleepors, Free Chair Cars and
Coaches, between Portland and Denver,
Omaha, Kunsas City, bt. Louis, fc't. Paul or
JIain Line, Nos, 3 and I. "The Limited
Fnd Mail," carry Pullman Dining and
Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chi
cago. OCEAX DIVISION.
The Union Pacific will dipatch Stcaincrr
between San FranoiMco and Port
land, as follows.
At 10 p. m.
At 10 a. m.
Stale. . . Nov 13) Oregon Nov 2S
Oregon Deo - (.'olimibia. Dec 1
Columbia. " r-tte " 1
tate " OrcKon. ..." V
Oregon ' dl Columbia ' 10
Columbia " It State . " U
State . . . . "I" Oregon " Hi
I Oregon. . . . " IS) I Columbia .. .. " 1!)
Columbia . " 1SJ State. " '22
State " 215 Oregon " 2o
Oragon..... 20 Colninbia " 'JS
The company . reserves theright to change
steamers or sailing days.
BATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin. - - iflO.OO Steerage - - $8.00
Bound Trip Tickets, Unlimited - $."0.00
Children, under 12 years - - Half Faro
,, 5 years - - - Free
Including Jleah and Berths.
C. S. MELLEN, I T. AV. LEE.
Gen'l Traflic Manager. Gen'I. Ticket Agt.
A. E. ELLIS. Agent, Union.
"Tlic Hunt Line."
In Connection with the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILR'D
Quickest and Best Route
Between Eastern Oregon and 'Washington
and Paget Sound points, as well as
the Popular and Direct
Line, to all
POINTS EAST ami SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS,
SUl'EUH DINING CAKS, and
FREE SECOND CLASS SLEEPEItS
Through to Chicago via tills I. Inc.
Passenger Trains of this Company are run
ning regularly between
DAYTON, WAITS HUKG, WALLA
WALLA, WASH., and PEN
Making close connection at II nut's Junc
tion with Northern Pacific trains for Taco
lna, Seattle, Victoria B. C, Ellcnsburg,
North Yakima. Pac, Spraguc, Cheney,
Davenport. Spok-me Falls, Butte, Helena.
St. Paul, Minneapolis.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Passenger Train, making above connec
tions leaves Pcndlcfon daily, at 7:10 p. in.
Through Tickets Sold to all Points East
at the Lowest Kates.
W. F. WAMSLEY,
Gen'l Fr't and Piiss gr Agt.
Walla Walla, Wash.
G. W. HUNT, ,
Prosldont nnd Gen I Manager,
ILL. DEACON, Ticket Agent, Union, Or
R. H. BROWN,
PEHFILMERY. PA I NTS,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A Coinploto and Varied Stock of Wall
Proscriptions Carefully Oom pounded
Day or Night.
A full supply of school books con
stantly on hand.
Thomson & Pursel nro ntronts for
tho colobrated Cyclone Wind.Mill, and
ns tho prices on them huvobecn yrent
ly induced they nro now within tho
roach of nil. Sample mill to bo seen
tit their planer in North Union. Call
uud examine it.
e line to Cot i
Leaves Union daily at 2 p. in, arrives J
f',-,.t .1.30 ti. III. 1
Leave-s Cove at 8 a. m., arrives at Union
...nni'limn mniln wlfli V.lllrOI'u i
running to the depot, carrying paeiiircrj
fiw ..nut mwl uit li.iimd truitiq.
U.VTI'.S Tor I'ASSKNOKK.S. I.UOr.Adll
and I.'ltKIGHT, UKASONAltLK.
UOIUNSON A LAYNE. - - - Proprietors
Having refitted the san. and added J
large new dining room, I am now betl
ter prepared tnun ever to accomodate rnj
rvieals 25 Cents.
Beds 25 Cents
Give mo a call. 9-11-lnt
Union and Cornucopia
Stage - Line
Quickest and Chcapcsi
oatc to the Pine Crcfcl!
nion to Park
" " Saucer
" " Cornucopia
?1 50 C
3 00 ljc
Miss Bei.i.k IT. Pocock, op Vntoixii
Christmas Term begin
3Londay, Nov. 17, 1S90.
LUMBEE for SAM
at tho High Valley
All kinds of lumber constantly on hai
or furnished on short notice. Prices die:
as the cheapest.
Patronage - Solicited
5-30tf "VM. WILKINSON .fc SON.
Obtained, and all Patent Business attendi
to Promptly and for Moderate Fees.
Ouroillce is omiosito the U. S. Tate
Oflice, and we can obtain Patenis in Id
tuno than those remote from Wasoingto:
Send MODELor DRAWING. Wc ndvi
a to pantentabililv free of chargo; Slid
niako NO CIIAKGI3 UNLESS PATENT I
Supt. of Money Order Div., and t'j ollicu
of tho U. S. Patent Oilice. Fci circuit
advice, terms nnd rell'erences to actual c.
cnts in your own btato or County, wnto
C. A. SNOW & Co..
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