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MISSOURI LAMP AND M'F'G CO., st. Louis, Mo., U. 5. A

111a ELM STREET

PATENTS

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TRADEMARKS AND

COPYRIGHTS
SECURED OR FEE RETURNED

FREE SEARCH OF PATENT
SPECIAL OFFER

OFFICE RECORDS
Send us a model, photograph or sketch and description of your invention, and we will
make a Free Search of the Patent Office Records to ascertain if it is patentable. I
we report the invention patentable, we will guarantee to obtain a patent or return our fee,

and furnish a certificate of patentability
backed by a bonded contract to that effect.
This Certificate of Patentability will

protect the inventor and serve as proof
of the invention until the case can be
filed in the U. S. Patent Office.

OBTAINING VASSISTANCE FOR
Our certificate is of great assistance to
inventors who require financial aid to ob-
tain patents. It is useless to attempt to
interest capital unless evidence is furnished
that the invention is patentable. Our cer-
tificate gives this necessary assurance.
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HOW TO OBTAIN A PATENT
Our illustrated eighty-page Guide Book
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FORTUNES IN PATENTS
Tells how to invent for profit, and gives
history of successful inventions.

WHAT TO INVENT
Contains a valuable list of Inventions
Wanted and suggestions concerning profit-
able fields of invention. Also information
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among which is

PRIZE OF ONE MILLION DOLLARS
offered for one invention, and $10,000 for
others.

PATENTS THAT PAY
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Contains fac-similes of unsolicited let-
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profitable enterprises founded upon pat.

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prominent inventors, manufacturers,

Senators, Congressinen, Governors, etc.
WE ADVERTISE OUR CLIENTS' INVENTIONS FREE
in a list of Sunday newspapers with two million circulation, in manufacturers' journals and
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LIST OF PATENT BUYERS
We not only save you time and money in securing patents, but obtain patents which
PROTECT the invention and PAY. After the patent is granted we assist you

TO SELL YOUR PATENT.

REFERENCES:
Second National Bank, Washington, D. C. C. K. Lassiter, Mechanical Engineer, Sche-
R. G. Dun & Co., Washington, D. C.

nectady, N. Y.
National Savings and Trust Co., Washing- M. Winter Lumber Co., Sheboygan. Wis.
ton, D. C.

Pitner Gasoline Lighting Co., Chicago, Ills. Smethport Glass Co., Smethport, Pa.

Sprout, Wardon & Co., Mfrs. of the MonSchrade Cutlery Co., Walden, N. Y.

arch Feed Governor. Muncy. Pa.
Clum & Atkinson, Brass Founders, Roches- The L. B. Dozier Co., Mfrs. of Plumbing,
ter, N. Y.

Heating and Machinery Supplies, Columbia,
Rochester Rotary Pump Co., Rochester, S. c.
N. Y.

B. B. Earnshaw & Bro., Mfrs. "Cream
Lawrence Mills, Mfrs. Bed Spreads, 51

Blend" Flour, Washington, D. C.
Brooke Ave., Englewood, N. J.

A. L. Schultz, Consulting Engineer, Pitts-
The Melvin Gauge and Signal Inst. Co.. burgh, Pa.
Scranton. Pa.

Arthur H. Swan & Co., Mfrs. of Peel-
Damon Mfg. Co., Mfrs. “Missing Link" Blade Tips. 279 Warren St., Roxbury, Pa.
Flour MDI Disintegrators, Bowling Green, Ky. The H. W. Moore Piano Truck Co., Ander-

Modern Canner Co., Mfrs. Canning Ma- son, Ind. chinery and Canners' Supplies Bridgeport,

The Culver Novelty Co., Mfrs. of CarburAla.

eters and Mixers, Culver. Ind.
VICTOR J. EVANS & CO.

(Formerly Evans. Wilkens & Co.),
VICTOR BUILDING, Ninth and Grant Sts., Washington, D. C.

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"THE SEAL OF

QUALITY"

IDEAL SUBURBAN TOWNS

ON LONG ISLAND

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The well-known fact that during the last few years there has been a great increase in the permanent population of the towns and villages constituting the suburbs of the large business centres, is particularly true of the delightful suburban places along the Long Island Railroad.

Those residing in cities have of late years been greatly interested in the advantages of living in the country the year round, and business men who must needs be at their desks or stores daily, are locating their families where they may have all the benefits of the country and where they themselves may spend each night without making the journey to and from the city a tiresome feature of their daily life.

Probably the most essential thing in living in a suburban town is quick and satisfactory transportation facilities to the city, and in referring to Long Island it is sufficient to say that the frequent and well regulated service of the Long Island Railroad is all that can be asked for.

Long Island's topographical variations range themselves into three main classes, each served by a separate branch of the Long Island R.R. On the southern shore is a charming stretch of land overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Great South Bay, with fine beaches (the only extensive east and west beach on the Atlantic Coast), unexcelled for surf and still-water bathing; the central section is level though' in places rolling country, made up of farms and woodland; the northern reaches of the island are generally hilly, covered with a thick growth of trees.

The great diversity of scenery and natural characteristics make Long Island a most popular Summer and residential territory. Its nearness to New York City, the superiority of the railroad service, the excellence of its school system, the high quality of its society-pure water, refreshing breezes, cooled by the ocean in the Summer-churches of all denominations, clubs, libraries and wellstocked stores—211 unite in producing conditions that are ideal for a home, which is proven by the fact that many handsome residences have long since been established there and are occupied the entire year by their owners.

No other suburban territory can make so strong an appeal to the seekers of a quiet, restful, healthful, home section as Long Island.

For Illustrated and Descriptive Book Send 6c.
Postage to the General Passenger Agent of the

LONG ISLAND RAILROAD

263 Fifth Avenue, New York

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