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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1887)
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IIXION. OllKOON. SAT. MAlK'll f). M7.
This Jias been an iiruitiiiilly liiwl
winter on stock of nil tul many
of tJi(J will perish because their owu
prp thought jiroor to "tnko ohmices"
nJ clicl not provide Hiilllcjpijtly whijo
hoy could, An e.phni)gi! huvh :
"Tie Montana jangle llfivo heotj
Jilcnilly swept of caUlo, a not Unit to
JIccIb discredit upon tho huiinuiity mpl
jiniuicjul ability of tho ranchmen 3f
that territory. No inun has a right lo
take Htich eliuncei an tjuvo men take
In Mocking u range without properly
supplying their herds with food for
pnwjhU' Hovcrity of a winter. Jt involves
(i (jtrestf of miftVringupou the iniHurahle
iluinb creatures who crouch around jn
the nnow and pcrjuh of cold, hunger
and tliiift- that i apjialling to the fon
ihilities of anyone whono heart can he
touched hyjiity, The rancher in more
favored localities may congratulate
himself upon the nheckcl that such
wide, devastation of oilier ranges -may
divert to his cotTcrs, but his chuckle
has u ghoulish hound that forbids a
iiuinnn iernon from rejoicing at the
prosperity that it forbodcH."
There i a world of truth in thin, and
tlie same ntatc of uHium will oxint ov
ary hard winter uiiIohh boinething is
doiio to prevent it other than appeal
ing to the sensibilities of Htooljnioii.
While they are perhaps no worce than
liny other clam of men, they are equ
ally jtnproridcnt, and this, in their
business, entails more miiTering than in
The legislature would have done bet
ter, instead of having a commissioner
appointed in each county to prevent
the spread of dineasu among stock, to
have had a commissioner appointed in
each district to take cognizauuc of all
Mock whoso owner have left tbeiu to
starve, with full power to confiscate
the same and turn them over to anyone
who would properly care for them.
Hueh a, law will bo in force before
many years. The humanity of thu
times will demand it.
AS JT "WASAXD 18.
Freemont, "The I'athilnder," jiassed
through this valley more than forty
years ago. In his Mcmoris he de
scribes Jiowon the Hth of October,
the oxpidition reached Fort Hoise, "a
simple dwelling house on the right
bank of Hnako river, about a mile be
low the mouth of Riviere Iloisee."
One week later the party crossed by
trail the dividing ground between
IJurnt and Powder rivers, and a few
days uftorward reached a point where
was obtained a good view of the "Grand
JJond," which he describes as u beau
tiful level basing with good grass, rich
soil abundantly watered, and surroun
ded by high and well timbered moun
tains; "its name descriptive of its form
-the great circle." It is referred to
as one of the few places he had met
which would delight a farmer, if he
were content to live in the seclusion
whidi it imposes, and which "may in
time form a superb county."
The time which appeared so far in
the future then hap at last arrived, and
it may be said that "Grand Roud"
in roality, "a superb county,"
A JIL'AX ATTJCJU'T.
The Wchtnn Isadt r jijopoundK the
following conundrum ;
"Umatilla county is jiow entitled to
one ticnutor and half a ticnator and to
threo representatives. Tho question
now is, does Senator Wager hold over,
nuil if so, will ho be Umatilla'n senator,
the uenator from 'Morrow, tho joint
senator from Morrow and Grant, or
tho joint senator from Union and Uma
tilla? Somebody should come to our
rescue; this is woiao than the Oregon!
tin's prison-cell puzzle."
Now htoji-that, brother Mitchell, and
don't trifle with our feelings. You
have the fellow, k don't tty to palm
even half of him oil' onto us. Keep
Jtun and let us oil' with the mnall-pox,
heven-ycar itch or some similar evil.
Don't curry into practico what you'r i
thinking of. e have never harmed
tju: I'ExHw'y vara.
In regard to the president's veto of
the dependent pension bills the Spokane-
Fallrt Itfview remarks: "While
the J'eview holds political views at va
riance with those of Mr, Cleveland, it
must admit in vetoing this bill tho
president has done a wise act that
incetK the approval of the majority of
the people of tho country, including
the lictter portion of tho members of
theCraud Army of the Republic. Old
veterans who are in need of aid, de
serve it front the country, but the coun
try is not a groat charity institution to
nupport a large army of camp follow
ers who never r-niu"cd powder or did a
particle of soldiering in their lives."
This K't ins to be tie opinion of about
niniti i n-tweiilicths of the Uewspapus
of the country.
A QCJClCll METHOD.
It is said that the temperance men
of the legislature defeated the propix-ed
license law in the interest of the pen
iting prohibitory amendment as they
mru of the opinion that if we had free
whiskey for a Imv months it would
make Coles for prohibition in the fall.
Itui'lilfuU Arnica .Sulf.
Tim IJi:sr svi.vu lii the world for Oils
UniUo, sin, I'leem, .Salt Ithmuu, Finer
Kurcn, Tetter, Phiippcd JlauiU, l lillblulns,
Conn, and all Skin hruptlmi, ami potUUe
)y curit' Pllcii, or no a required. I U
Kuaraateed to jdv petfeut fntLfuotlini, or
Juejr ivundcd. PrJiM i'i cents per box.
lr u.le li J.T. Wright, L'ulvn, Orvk'iu.
- X . t - :
Thf vivaoiutts Miss Clam lhiile.y, of
Sparta, ban hcen lu re visiting frieniU
ill the valley, during tjje week.
William Halcomb has rented hit;
falhcr's plage and 1 understand will go
iio the gardening business for the
markets, as sin as spring opens.
1 would not go to the dance if my
best girl naked me to. li, In yqur
minu you wouldn't. I am a. daisy,
uint I? Yes, lint the daisies lie
under the miow.-r-L. Now let up, 1
I did not get any valentine. ..A. And )
j did not hcntl uny.tC.
; Hay is getting fcarco among tju
sheep' owneiH in th.e valley anil mine
are ulreiuM out and pad to go on toe
range, The ground is covered with
hiiow- and crusted so hard that sheep
cannot' paw through to get at the grass,
It is feared tlio loss vyjll bo great un
less the weather turns warm immedi
ately. The literajy is still alive, although
like t)ie members, has bad cold, and
unless it gely convalescent very mioii
will die with galloping consumption.
The ((miter published its own funeral
notice and ceased to exist. K ponds,
you should work more harmoniously
aid not '"kick" everything to pieces
because youcoiild not run L
Then was a ball given at the resi-
I dcijci'of Joseph I-Jvans on the eve. of
I the 22nd, which was a very cnjuyablu
1 all'aii'. Your correspondent had the
I pleasure of attending, and was surpris
ed to see .so large a crowd of young
folks, Ti evening passed oil pleast
antly to all and the merry belles and
brave lads of Hagly chased the glowing
hours with Hying feet till the wo' stija'
hours of the morn. The music was
furnished by prof Parker and ("has.
Waterbury. The writer is under many
obligations to Charley for tio courte
sies shown him.
Thomson & I'tirsel are agonts for
the eolebrated Cyclono WiudMill, and
as the prices on thctii have been great
ly reduced they are now within tho
reach of all. Sample mill to he seen
at their pinner in North Union, Call
and examine it.
1). W. KIJEUAN,
ATTO liXE Y-AT-1 j AW
XOTA .lt Y J'lfJJLC,
Hummkuvu.i.i:, - - - Oo.v.
O. F. BE Mi
Attorney at Law,
AHSTKACTEK OF TITLES,
Yv". I). Bkidi.kman, Piioi1.,
Keept constantly on baud a full as
sortment of everything in his line.
He is now offering for sale tho
1113ST LOT OF SADDLES
Al lower prices than wore ever off
ered in Eastern Oregon.
FROM $afi.00 TO SUO.OO Mill SET.
Ulorse BlAnlcotK.tl.2B cach.
Curry Combs J2A eta. each. J
Alsou FULL ASSORTMLXT of
SPURS, WHIPS, AXl.li (JHIIASi;,
HAHXKSS OIL. Lie., Kri:., lire.,
In fact everything usually kept in a
First Clnss lisiablish tiiont.
Call and Lxiiiuiue Ooods
Main .Stukut, - Union, Ok.
Change of Management I
II uving leased tin
Ami thoroughly ictPied tlie same, it Illbe
conducted imuii ili.irch ilttl'ereiit phoi than
heretoiore, and no p.iiiis will be sparol lo
malic patrons eomiort.ible. In connection
with i lie Hotel is an elegant
Where thu Pine-1 HranJs of
are constantly on haud
The Patrouiijii' ot the Public L iiolit'itvtt.
Staliiotns For Sale!
The tindernigiu'd l,n a few heml of sveu
belli bnit I'erebeMin Norioau sinlliois,
coinlux Jf yrs old. Tliry .ire the iret of the
pure 1'iftJ l'ereliernii-Noinuu rt.dllou
W'lue vw tuhtulu I - ear old was lsi,S lb.
hud nre mil of tlii --iUMrirr bred Percber-oii-Nurioun
iiiuims. Tbf"- colt umv ruised
on tin I'miijio, Mild mere iii'ivr liiiudUsI or
fed until IIish-iuIhT List, .iikI ll nrc cou
KIIK'litlv well Hdnplcl I r fHliLV orvliv.
Prin". '.ire frm f.'Ao i. ifW, and whvrn a
itiic f ii or mure chii lc e4liiimaled ui
one p,,rt h p-'i'i.. n oi (l.i nkowiil will tie
token in jood sii-l !l lion's 'rui4re.
t'.,iu. Uc si-en on rain !. "I I. I.Cml'
nik al ll..nd i try.
V.l tres ' U Al MY i
Uiu t 1 luy I inou i vii my, Or,
liiliUUjyii imtti 1
On nrc niit of Itemuval. I wlih to Hill Farewell t sfime
Stork I have Curried, ami
To Make it an Object, I have
put it down to Prices to
fit the Smallest purses.
Carpenters and Farmers' tt
AD irARirVVAKE GHXEIlALLV,
Coats and Vestsduoc)
Undershirts, etc., etc,
POSIN, Sots, per lb. SUMMIUK 10c. per lb. WII1
Ti;J, c. per lb. PUTTY, He. per lb. SUtJAU,
by the barrel, 7 cents jer. pound.
JIave ,iUST ltK(M-:iVEI) a lot of SEKDUCSS OU,N
(JKh!, SjtMhY I.K.MONS, and a keg of
PIMtE .SMYRNA FICSS.
1 Wait for Drake's jStcw stock of
.... J'A-'-1 '- ' - ." 1 1
TAro iimtp urMit i
U I rlli vVUIvLU
MUST, SHALL. AND WILL 15E SOLD AT THE
Ever known in Eastern Oregon.
Call and Examine our Stock, His. the only Complete Slock oi
Mnin Street, Union, Oregon,
Has just Received an Immense Stock of Xew (Joods, which be will sell at a
Please compare the following prices wilh those of other stores in the county:
ESrfWMtSlfJ l ork,
PAT, OVAL CHURNS THE
Guns, Re vol vers,
STAGH LINK TO COVh.
l-'ast Froljjht :uul I'jissonjyerfl
Leave Union every aftiirnoon, and ro
turtu troin Oove eviry morning.
Fan .Mi cents. Pound Trip "A cents.
.1 ,S KI.LIOTT. Propr.
Over 6,000,000 PEOPLEUSE
D. M. FERRY i CO.
rv mumiUM iu ins
tn l wild.
crlrtlit k l'clr.4
will ba milled
FREE ta nil
11 l HUKW I
ill. .! wis
wttr it. AiMivU
kvr - Ay, br;
J 1 . '-"I .- ..... .i -... J I
nTTrr mm ru r'vrm'
13 U I IJinwlUtK
tined Hay l'orks . .... 7.re.
,, Manure Forks T.r)C
JtiiUe, anil lloe handles L'.ie.
RtukMnvs 7Ac. UandSinv-i 76e.toy.'.f)0.
. . COe.
li.i.irdb 2.V. liureka Wringor.-. f'.'.ftO.
Sh: "ruin "."in.
:.r . ..
Single trees, iron. d f LOO
' t.v-,, hum,
uSjl Neck YoWm ,,
rcty The Finest .
In the County.
AXD AT LOWKST PR1C1'
BEST IN THE WORLD.
I ilcii'i' to inform Iha luili'ir ili'it I nm
jthe sole nil tit for the cclcbr.iUsl FNTFIi-
l'KISJC W IND MILLS, in I nion e iin
l, and invite intending purchasers to
come and cuiniiuc the one now on exhibi
tloii at inv place in West Union. I am
convinced you w ill pronounce it the best
mill now lmitiufuc'urcd. The extremely
low pib us nhieu them within tho reach of
all. Circuit!! i ot wind milU and pump
wilt on application. A.J. KIIUIK.
UI1MT17DQ AND FUR COL
nUnlLjilO TORS, send fui
, Quotation fhcet of U.VW KUltS, SKlNss,
I'LLTsi uitvl Kovl Skin, to '
W. UOl LDSPKK, !
de.-.5 iu3 Uot"U Mas, i
JiUST IN THU WOItl.U UBlKUC
It wearluit uiialltle ru uniuriuud, iwluully
oailtultiw: lniilmiMicf nyoOicrbrnnil, lrYvafruui
x)u salc ur
Orcuou uud Wuklilniiiuu Tor. turbaut
nuil JJultii uvusrully.
j. M- ( AititiibL. u. r. wunv.
Notary public. px-Co. t'lprk.
Cpnveyaqcers ;uul Abstracters.
! Abstracts ,q Keal and Mtninjr pr.tperfv
furnished oi ehort iiu(ice, t reasonable
pules of Henlnnil Mirfm; propertv ueo-(
tiated. C'tillputlun biiinesh promptly at-"
i.. ' ' i
I ion. Oregon.
ptlice next door fcoutl) c.f 1'o-U-ollU.e. I n-
l til-sire to nniKinprc- to the upople in
i jreneral, and of I'niuit in particuliir, that I
have reopened my
cor.XKK PiitsT mill c .stkukts. mt ,
am prepared to do AM. KINIM OF II M-
I'A f lUXfi, and alsti jiiu,ku ,
DOORS ami SASH
TURNING NEATLY EXECUTED.
A share of the public patronage soliniteij. I
UMIUI.' IUIIHJV iiiic'iioi;u 1(1.
II. C. EMERY, Union, Or.
NOTICE FOR PUPLJCATJON.
Land Omen at La (Ip.vnpk. Oncnox.l
1'Vluuary 1(. tS"-
JSottee is hereby frivesi that the following
nuiiied settler has liled notiee i his inten
tion to make final preof in support of bis
elaim. and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Heeeivcratl.a Oramle
Oregon, on April nth,, 1S.S7. viz:
William A tidci-MM.
D. S. Xq. tXWI, for the Y' halt ,Nr. quarter.
SK .r, XKr. and Nl! or. XV qr. of ep : !
Tp. i is. It. 40 HWJt. He names the fol-j
lowing witnesses to prove lib uontiuuou
rfsideiitv upon, and cultivation of. said'
land, viz; Stephen Contpier, Marshall !
Woodward, IS. V. I.athrop and C. W. Ship j
moil",, all of Union, Union eoipity. Oregon, i
fl9-0, Itegiiter. j
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. J
Lvmi Ofrici: at La (ii:..viii:. Onr.nosl
Jann,irv 1.1 1. KSS7. l
Xotice ix hereby jjlvui liat the followitif;
nauied .-e'.tler htn tiled notice of his inteiii
lion to ipake liual proof in support of hi-
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register nml Iteceiverat I,a Urande,
, Oregon, on -March Hi. lSj7, V:
j Oc-orKe K. Curpu,
i I). 8. Xo. .r)8."0, for the H half SIC quarter ,Sec
. 18 and N'K quarter XH quarter See. 10 and
1 XW NW See. 20, Tp. 7 South. Range tl! K.
I V. M. He names the following witnesses
' to prove his continuous residence upon,
' anil cultivation of, said laud, viz: Uanie!
! riot, 15, 15. Dim, Jltru.ni II liriggs, and
David Kjnely, all of Keating, I'uion coun
Niitleo of Api'llintlon to I'urclia.tu Tlm
Land Okfiok at La (ikamu:. Okkuo.v,)
Jan. 15. 1SH7.
Xotico is hereby given that, in compli
ance Willi tne provisions oi tlie Act oi ion-
gress approved,.! une .'!, lM'S,
Act tor the sale ol Timber J.aiuU tn
States of California. Oregon, Nevada.
W'ho-c post.olliec address is Pine Valley,
Union county. Oregon, liai this Juy tiled
in this olllee his aiipliciition to purchase the
WA, KJ4. SW'h SKj4'. and SW'V, XL1,
Sec. Xo. in Tp. Xo. 7 S. Uange Xo. 15
Hast, of the Willamette meridian. All per
sons holding any adver.-o claim thereto are
required to iireent the same at this ollice
within sixty days from the first publication
of this notice.
Hii.niiy Rim uv!T,
Not ico of Application tn
Imt I. anil.
Lam) Omcu at LaOkandk, Oimoo.v, )
.Ian. Si, U87, (
Notice ik hereby vriven th.it, in colnpli-1
mice with tlie provisions of the A t of Con- i
gress upproved June .'i, t.ST.s, entitled "An I
Act for tho sale of Timber Lands in the I
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and t
William sriurny, I
Whoso post' ollice address is I'uion. Pni"ii 1
eountv, Oregon, lias this dav tiled in this
ollice his application to purchase the SK',
NW' and NH1, tfW'V, Section No. in, in
Township No. I, South, linage, N.. 10 Fast,
of the Willamette meridian. All pcroiis
holding any adverse cluim thereto are re
iiired to present the -ame at this otllce
within sity days in. in thelirst jiublii ution '
of this notiee.
Hn.vuv Ki.N'kii i:r.
Notiuu uf Kliuil ScllliMiicnt. 1
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed liming this day Hied in the. Count v
court of Union county, Oregon, Ids liual ac
count of the administration of the estate of
Peter Carrico deceased, and praying for a
discharge, and that Tuesday thc'stli dav of
March, ls.s.7. at lo o'clock, h. m. of said day.
the .same being a day of the regular lerin ,
of said court, has been appointed us the
time, and the court houe in Union, Union !
county, Orctinn as the place for h'a rintr ob- ',
, jections to .said aoi'ount, and for showing of ;
cause, if any there be. w hy .vi order be noi
inadu discharging the iiii'ieilgned from
further duty as such administrator, ami 1
releasing hisMirotlus from further liabilities
on his undertakiii'.', and that this notice b.'
publinhed by order of the Hon. o. P. (Jood-1
all. judge uf tho County court of Union
eountv, State of Oregon. '
Made and dated this iflJth dav of .Ian IS:. !
A.L. COltlt. j
febfi-wT). Adiuiiiistrator. i
(Or Final Sjettleincnt.)
Notiee is horehy given that Jeinimi llolrv,
iidiiilnistratri.v of llio estate of Andrew Ho
ley, deceased, has illinl her lliml aecount of
tho adiiiini.stration of fitid etale, in the
County court of the trtnte of Oregi n, for
Union county, ami that March Mb., IS -57.
at 10 o'clock a. m. has bcoii apKiiuted by
said court as tho time for heMriiigobjoction's
tlierolo, and for scttlemciil thereof.
Union. irogon,l JLM1MI HOLLY, '
Jur3l, !Ss7. f Administratrix.
Obtaineil. and all Patent Kuincs, atiendid
to l'roinptly and for Moderate 1. e,
Our otllce upposite the U. s Patent
Ollice, mid we emi obtain I'.iiciiii In K-i
lime than those remi t e front Wasomtoii
S nd MollKLorUlt VWINO. Wc ndvise
as lo liuiitoiil.ibilllv free of eh jr -.. .. u . I u,.
miiko No I'llAKlii: UNI.lXs I'AI KVr is
We refer, here, to the I'mtui .Hvr. the
tiipt. of 11 one v Order Hiv.. uud t olllcials
of the U, S. l'Mieiil Ofll. e. l'i r i ircutar.
fltUliv, tenu.saiH retlert'iices to uitinil ell-1
unts lu your own .State or County, write to
C. A. SNOAV & Co., j
Opiosltc Patent Otllce, Washington, U. C.
, liberal reward will be pah) V'.rth rft--turn
if the foil nviny dc.-iiibcd uiiiiiiul", i
the t iiilt rsiKii. d at Union Oregon, '
i j m is i h i m i w Hi., inn r tu wmmi m
Trains arrive and ckp.irt fruni I nion
ihiih. us follows-
p.T mil VII I 'T( .t N"tl.
Pass' nger. Nu (I, L'v,la-eii"ir No.fi, L'vu
. . , , nr n . . I .,11 n. it ,ti
Freight, Xn, Id. L vi Tn ,t. No. l.'i. L vi
at li:Q.i a. in. at S .i'Oa. in.
"Tfaking clo-e eonneyiqn at Huntington
with trains of the Oreiron Short Line Haht
roml for A Lb POINTS HAST ' and SOUT1 1
At I'liiatillawith trains forTl(KIALLK!i
At Walliila.Iuuctioi) fr.r VAr,I.A WA1,,
LA, I)AYTOX,'A:c also with trains pf tha
N,.i.theri) Paciiie ):iilroad lor ALL POlXT,i
At Portland with trains for alt point ii
the VI14I..M HTTP. Y A I.I.I'.Y. and wjt,
.steamers for- ASTORIA, and nil pohlts ii
priiirr sorxi). llltlTIfill couu-mhia,
KHoy l'OIITI.AM). 1 IlOM HS KKANCISCO.
ig at lU.MUIli t... V lig spear . si. nn-
t at ion. ill. lei ioiiows:
Columbia. Fil, Fob
Statp. Weil. ,,
(IrnL'on. Moll. ..
. rotate. Tin"".
Ml )ri'nn Tlie
njcohuubia. Sun. ,
lis.tatt!. Fridav ,
VT'Cgon. iocs, .icji, in oi ii, .Moiiuiiv ,,
Columbia. Fri. ,. ijState, Tliurs. Mch.
"Tliu coinpaii reserves I he right tocliaugu
steamers or sailing days.
U. H. PKHSCorr. I JOHN Ml'IR,
Manager. I Tr,ill'ie Munager.
JXO J. liYKXL, i n'l Pass.iV.TicKet Agt,
H. L. DHACOX. Agent. Union.
THIS COOD OLD STAND-BY
nceompllshca for everybody oiaclty what IselalmM
for It. Onoof tho reason for tho cront popularity of
tho Jlustaa? Liniment is found In its unlvei snl
iipplicnbllitr. Everybody neeilssuuh n medletne,
Tlio IiUuibermnunccdalt In case of neeldcnt.
Tho Ilouoowlfb needs It for Bcnernlfamlly use.
The OniinJer needs It for Ills teams and his men,
The iMcclinnlo needs it always oa Ills work
Tlio lUlucrneodsItlncasoof emergency.
Tlio l'lonoerncodslt ean'tsetalongvflthont if.
The Ifiirincr necdJ It la UU house, bU stable,
and his stock yard.
Tlio Steamboat nitin or tlio linntitian need
It In liberal supply afloataml ashore,
Tlie norisc-fnncler ncedn It-It Ja hH bet
friend and safest reliance.
Tim Stoclt-crower nocds It-It will favo him
thouiaiids of dollars and a world of trouble.
Tlio Knllrond iniiu needs It and will need It m
lone as his Ufa Is a round of accidents and dangci s.
The Hncliivoodsimin needalt. There Is uoth
Ins like. It as an antidote for tho danger to life,
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
Tlio Merchant needs ltabout his store amoiuf
his employees. Accidents will happen, and when
theso como tho Mustang Liniment Is wanted at once.
Kecpaltottloiiitliu House. 'TIS tlio btiitct
Keep a Hottlo In tlio l'nctory. Itslmmedlat
use in caso of accident saves puln and loss of waijes.
Keep n. Jtottle AtunyKiii the titublo lor
lino whim vi an I I'd.
ciptricnce in tlttf
prepurnticn of morn
thcu Ona Hundred
Thomand arpllfattont fr pntcnU iu
tho L'niU'd tile unit I'oreizn coun.
tile1!, tli pul''i h'rs ef the rcientitio
Aiu.'rn c ulinuo lourt as lollcitoii
for paUn' ., cavniits, I rmlo-rjarks. cop -rights,
i' r.. f ir thn I'nitdd States, and
to obtain pairnlH In C'anfrta. KneUnd. France,
Oermauy, and all other conntrica Their ripen
rnco it UDe.iaaled and their licllitlci am umur
pased. OraiTlnca and tnecif.catioai rrP4rd and fllt
In thn Pateut Ofii nu nhort nuiifr'. 'I'frmii vert
rtatonahlt,. l- cur.Td for flta-'iinalioaof uiodU
or ilrauuifM Ailvro Ijy mail lro
l'aleuisulta '."li iiniusli M'liiD.tCn.arnnotlcrd
I n t ha S fl K vri PIC AnjlSHKW X. which ha t
Uin Urgent ii-culali.n aud ih tha mott Intluantlal
ror.iHipi-r of iu Wind puUwhtvl lu tho orM.
Iha alvintntftsj of aaoh a uuttcocfery patont
Thi lardo and fntundldlv illutrt.l nowtparwr
U pintii.U.1 WIOKICLV at year, and H
ud'iiittrd Iu bo the boit jvipur dotottsj lo ji'ianc.
luchanic. tivpntlon, oiticinrMnoff work, ml
olUtr iltpf.rtiaenn of ndutril pnwret. pah
lit od m try , oitrr. 0 contain tn namet of
a'l p.itri'e j itndlit'e nf crarvinvi niioti patBtitM
n ri ve- i Try It f ur w ''f ulltf doliai.
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