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PATENTS ON INVENTIONS.
Hmrnt Mm 1m tk Ifaaaea mt Aetmal Tne law provides ior xoe granting patents only to, the actual Inventor .o tae patented imTatioo, and a patant grant la tfca mm. d anj cm ! Is inraUd. For tfeta raaaon It ia im& tUl tfcat tfe ajpifctim far yateat ba made In tna nam of tfea oma irboat tne law rafarda aa tW laraator. Ia some factoriea It ia tlie cuatam to pat ant every invention in ta name of frequently naypeos becaua the com-, pany haa baan built p on inraatiom made by the president or otber officer, ..and as a matter of pride tne president - wlsbea to saa all patents issued in his name. This Is a dangerous thing to do in the case of iaventlona which were con ceived by the employe independently of the officer, such as Inventions wholly worked out by emplane without sug gestion or assistance from the officer, for if In a suit brought under such patent it were shown that while the patent was granted in the name of the officer the invention was actually made by an employe the patent would be declared invalid, and usually a suit would not have reached such a stage tmtirit was too late to go back and patent the invention in the name of m m mm V SI - rriA a ao i inranrnv t nwin i iTinn in iuc a VrtA. au v wuivti m-mkm. rv a w v in Engineering Magazine. Bmfm XZouxron'a Htort. , . v ' Qmnl Sam Houston was a master of stamp speaking and bitter invective. Once wliile ; addressing a large audi ence he was interrupted and asked what Be thought, of a certain politi cian. Without hesitation he replied, He haa every characteristic of a dog except fidelity." laflelMt llMMau Hector We have pooa congregations in summer, doa't we, dear? Hector's Wife I abould say ! There isnt a decently trimmed hat in the church be fore the 1st of October. Hew York Times. ' - -'; To kaow the disease is the com mencement of the ewe. "Don Quix ote." VrtenWkl9. Friendship, this beautiful relation of life to life, soul to soul. Is of most se rious Import It sometimes makes our warmest friend In reality our worst enemy. Bad qualities in a friend are false lights they lure to evJL Many of us are constituted so that It is easy for us to form friendships. Let us be careful of those thus brought under our influence and power. Let us keep them unsoiled. Let us feel that grave responsibilities lie In our friendships and that they also enshrine glorious opportunities. The fate of all of us, men and wo men alike, Is to be forever wanting what w have not. Jerome K. Jerome. nJ'" " -- IT-TT CJ BMIlTTfJlT I m g ' w..iJlBWt' mmmWmmmmmWmWmWmW..:- '"MMR ...nvMMNMQ , hi!, h iw fjntaf W I That if another of their good features, an important one, as hundreds of fires occur, annually from sparks settling on the roof. Better put them on the roof now than, wish you had later. They're cheap enough. Last a life-time. Never need repairs, and they turn the appearance of any house into a home. ' Come in and see the stock we carry. BLY BE OS. JUST a WO M obout (I) & Electric Flat Irons i q ; 1 jl You will find them for all purposes-ranging from the small 3 pound Iron for dainty work at $3.75 to j the larger 6 pound iron for general utility at $4.25 (j-in Aluminum Finish and $4.75 Nickeled. A trial is (Jtf all that is necessary to convince one, that the elec fjj trie Iron is, not only more convenient but also more q economical, when time is considered, jjy And when it comes to comfort in ones work, jthen the Electric Iron wins by long odds. A two jweek s free trial readily granted and when once you (Jttry T he Electric, you could not be persuaded to re ctum t o the ,old sad Iron, with all its accompaning pDirt, Heat and other bad points. Just drop in and . jlet us show you. (J THli ELECTRIC STORE Main Street. ii) it vli iii iii viz iii it) iii ili ffSorvest Clothes fori.if.af. Little Boys T Our boys' department is noted for the values it offers We have built up a reputation for honest clothes, represent ing big values at little cost and in harmony with this policy to give a lot for a little, we have stocked up most gener ously with the celebrated , I'lrs. JAMES HOPKINS Boy-Proof Clothing LLIAMS Cliudt Brown's Home Place and Other Property For Sale. . Mr. Claude Brown's beautiful home place, with all hi other extensive real est Ate holdings, is now on the market. It comprises some of the most desirable property in the county, while his pri vate residence, a nandsome buogaiow, is ond of the show places of the city. The burfgalo w is reached by a well kept pri vate road from Mt. Hebron Drive. Driving through a handsome stone en trance, one enters upon the well laid out grounds immediately surrounding the hoifee, where a flock of snow white sheep and a few thoroughbred Devons help to make a pretty picture. Stand ing upon a commanding elevation, the view from the broad piazza encircling the house is grand and beautiful, and, it is s&id is not surpassed in either this or any other country. As far as the eye can reach the grand old mountains en circle this favored spot, range after range, great massess heaped up millions of years ago by some convulsion of na ture, grand and almost awe-inspiring, bat clothed with forests of the deepest green, and possessing a wonderful and softly-alluring charm all its own. With in plain ylew are Pinnacle, Glassy. Try on, Warrior, Butte, Sugar Loaf, Bald aud off in the distance is historic Pisgah. The fertile fislds, the heavy laden or chards, the well kept reads within the closer view, with the background of the Blue Ridge Mountains, offers an ever changing but over beautiful pano rama, while thn soft breeze always play ing around this hill, even in the hottest days of August, makes it a 'retreat for a man tired of the day's work, and helps to put new nerve .and vitality into his system. , The bungalow itself is strictly modern. It has 12 rooms, hot and cold water, toilet and sewerage, telephone and most everything else, and is the most modern suburban .home in Western North Carolina. There is an outside cottage for servants, and the large barn is modern in every way, with running city water. The entire estate is in a high state of cultivation, and certainly no expense has been spared to make this the ideal country home, a description of which, however, would be incomplete without a word about one of lis many beautiful rooms,. the living room with its mag nificent fire place, which has attracted so much attention and remark. This really fine room is 20 x 36 feet, folding doors opening into the broad piazza. The great fire place, of stone, is nine feet wide, running clear to the ceiling and beyond, and cost, it is said a pile of money. With the room's luxurious furnishings, the books scattered about, the rugs on the floor, the soft lights mak ing some mineral in the great slabs of stone sparkle like a million of diamonds, the comfortable chairs inviting you to rest, truly it is a- beautiful room, whjre a world-weary man may forget the outside world for the time being. This property adjoins W. A. Smith's Laurel Park, aad is only a short distance from the Broad st. car line. It is one and a half miles from town, and the road is one of the few good all-the-year roads in the county. There is a fifteen acre chestnut grove on the place, whicb comprises a total of 30 acres, and anoth er fine building site 100 feet higher than where Mn Brown's residence is built, which stands at an elevation of 2,400 feet abeve sea level, overlooking the city of Hendersonville by over 200 feet. No. 2. Lot on Main St., 45 x 130, to 20 it, alley, adjoining the ' old rock building, owned by Mrs Barnwell, next block to court house. Very desirable location. I also own one half interest in inside wall. No. 3. Skating Rink, most modern rink in the whole state,bnildlng 60x150, maple floor, about 125 feet from Main St., across street from court house. No. 4. One five room and bath cottage on Church St., opposite court house square. No. 5. Same as No. 4, and adioins it. No. 6. Same as No. 5, except four rooms, adjoining. Will sell Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 6 in 1 block. all adjoining so it will net 10 per cent ou tne investment. No. 7. -Lot about 75x150, corner lot, known as Pickens lot, beautiful shade, best residence property on Main st. now on the market. Southeast exposure. . No. 8. Five room and bath, modern cottage, new, corner Aspsn and Wash ington. No. 9. Same as No. 8, and adjoining it. No. 10, Same as No. 9. and adjoining it. No. 1 1. Same as No. 10, and adjoining it. No 12. Pebble dash work shop, 40x85 feet, leased for long term. No. 13. Sales stable, modern, 50x150 next block to court house. No. 14. Sale and Li very stable, leased for long term, 50x150. No. 15. Blacksmith shoD corner As pen and Church st, next block to court house. , :- No. 16. Claude Brown Company's mammoth barn, leased for long term. Nos. 8 to 16 are in on solid .block. next to court house square, and will sell at a price to net 10 per cent. jn o. 17. Lot 50x150, next to Main St., good elevation. ,.No. 18. Bight lots on Southern -Rail way, 3 acres in atl. No. 19. 52 lots on Hebron Drive, beautiful building sites well laid off, mapped and surveyed. No better prop erty in the city than. this. No. .20. 20 lots in one boundry, adjoin ing two beautiful, modern houses, in the best part of Hendersonville. Orand view, i I- believe this to be the very best undeveloped property in the city.. No.'21. 16 acres at Long Bridge. known as the Geo. Liverett tract, near Southern Railway. Good site for a f ac- ory. No, 22, About 100 acres bought from the Finley estate, 21 miles from town. Enough chestnut woed and tan bark, on the land to pay for IL No. 23. Three lota 60x150 on Broad st., part of J. P Hickman's home place Best building . property in city for handsome hemes. I also have other desirable property that twill sell which will make good investments. Will .make terms to suit purchaser, from three to ten years. Call on or ad dress, CLAUDE BROWN, HUSTLER office, next door to Blue Ridge Inn. 1 r 1 r IIAGAZEUE HEADERS SXJiriXT MAOAZimS beautifully illurfrmttd, wood rtorica A. en and vticles about Cnfanuaad lit. Fax We. CUIXSA C1AFT dcreted eack month to the ai- tistie reproduction of the best $1.00 work ei amateur and professional a year . photographer, I10AD OF A THOUSAND X70HDE23 a book of 75 pages, cotttaiaiaa " 120 . colored photograph 0.75 picturesque spots ia California and Oregon. Total . . . 83.25 All for . . . . $1.50 Address all orders to SUBSET MA6AZH7B Flood Building San Francisco loss 1 p" f aras Hardware Keep Cool. Any of our Bright est and Best Oil Stoves. We have them all sizs, from 1.50 up. Fishing Tackles, Hammocks, Tennis goods," Rifles and Pistols, Carterages all sizes. The Famious Universial Coffee ercotator. . E-3 liU fit U KM at Cost Carload of Chairs f Carload of Iron Beds 1 f II 11 9 u ii are goec Notice to Purchasers. 1 hare been instructed by the owners of the speculation land to close up all outstanding contracts within the next two years, or by Feb. 1, 1909. All par ties holding contracts for any of said and a will please take notice and com municate with me in regard to these matters at once as they must be closed up by the expiration of the two years Herein specified. J. a j usTlUiS, agent for the Heirs of Branson, Hoyt and Hclntire When You Want! Strawberrys, Apple, Peaches, Lettuce, Potatoes, In fact anything in the Yege table and Fruit Line. SEE Lvicinda Hemphill (El Emma Greenlee. DRIVES PROM HENDERSONVILLE Miles. 12 .. .... .a..... ........... IW ..... "WWHUt ft.. ...... Bill l?vAh TTnmH QUI t'giciJvaTyU'chJ scony...... 8ummlt Hill; Patk Tom's Vlfew, ia town..., Jft VieWj..w..aM(..MM. ......... ..MS yionacie. .... ... ...... ............... ... ... viassy ........ . ....... aaM frjeth,Iallf..:f........w.......-:.... ft. Johnyiahbe Wilderriess- Mooiit Hebron TH . .... jrwgan ivanaeroM'i Lrfxige)........ Bear t7 Bald, an Tryoa...... ..M ...... M. ... ............ iCno. j - OumaitjrTower, (Blue Bidge-. 6 Beech'eTbwer, JuapQff fountain 4 BalsamOwve., i. 25 faraway. (Fittixamcra's Home)....., 4 fUt fek........ i...... .............. ! 3 CstsarVHead. . . .. 21 Buok.Tbresf -..... 20 groeaRWr Fa-lli ; I Bridal VmII Vrntlm oi Three Bottomless Pools 20 tlh imnr !T?aTw- tV ... t f v . i .A rt iiT . 1CC" tiitU. ........ , IC Uanlaura . Pcy arm e. 4 1 10 4 4 3 o 2f 12 19 12 20 Si 40 eaLUtiful Suits just Received VEQTOMY Talking Machines the Best Everything to Furnish a Home. Weilli wawMwai "V I T lit m T- V. IT- . T ENGLISH & GUICE DEALERS1IN MEATS Stall No. One, Also biy Hides ond Firs and Old Rubber Phone 54 New Market poooooociooooooooooo O T. B. GAR.SON 0 Successor to Pase . Carson Headquarters for Mitchell and Spach Wagons, 2 car loads just received, Buggies, Farm Implements, on easy, terms. Will take any f irm produce in ex change. Will buy 5 our erossiie?, tan bark and produce. Come and see me for a square deal in anything you need. Ali goods guaranted as represented. More goods for less money, same goods for less money than anywhere else. - Yours for business 'O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 11" O llZ-D o o cck:coococdococcoooooo