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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1887)
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THE ORSSCON SCOUT.
AMOS K. .TOXKS
City and County Official Paper.
'Snturdny, June lllli.,
AVe jicUuowIriIo t lie receipt of a
:nliiil invitation to itltend tin rele
Ijrnlion ti) lie jiiven at Stnninerville on
the. Fourth of July, for which wo re
tnrii thank, and will attend if possi
ble. A most. intered'nif,' eoniiniinicition
fropi WiiIIout. editnly, by Ah. A. II.
Tlielps. was received to late for hiser
tiou in this ismiH, but will appear next
week. V(! hope to bear from the
gentleman iifriilu, and often.
The coitions ur the Scorr are al
ways open for the free dicnssioii of
all subjects of interest to the people,
jind we hope that anyone having an
earnest thought to express will make
u.se of them tor that pur omj.
The use or barbed wire tor feneing
piirpoi-es has been decided by one of
the superior courts of California to he
illbiriil. It certainlv should bodeeuied
ho unless planking is placed along the
lop of the fence lo make it plainly vis- j
The people of Ontario have organ
ized for the purpose of eniMructiiig
mi irrigating canal loiecliiitn the large
tract of laud there, now pantically
-valueless. With a little water the en
tire valley could be made us product
ive ns any section ot the west. The
water will be taken Ironi the Malheur
river, near Vale, and brought to On
tario. It is a matter of honor with the In
dians of this country to pay the debts
of any of their relatives who die. A
Pendleton merchant recently a.-sured
n reporter that he had never lost any
thing on an Indian yet, and did not
'xpeel lo, even though the Indian
fdiould die owintr him. The relations
would iio sure to pay 11. In this re
aped poor Lo is about 10 or lo notch
es ahead ol his white brother.
The latest novelty issued by Tin'
West Sftiiiv is a large birdscye view ol
Oregon and a poilinu of Washington.
It Ms printed in four colors, and brings
out in bold leltel, the mountains, val
levs and streams so that out) may, at
u glance, obtain a comprehensive idea
of the topography of this region. Any
one intere.-ted in Oregon or Washing
Ion will lind litis hand-oine binUeye
view far superior to a map, as a -ource
of information. This is the second
valuable supplement lotted by that
popular magazine this year, either of
which is worth the subscription price
That .the Scoi'T is considered tlia
liaper of this sectiun o the state and
imrtieuliily of Union county is evi
denced by its numerous corre.-pon-deiits,
and earnest helper.-, in every
locality. That business men know
jiud appreciate its value, al-o shown
by its well tilled adverti-iug column.
This week, in order to gel in the new
advertisements reciived we have had
to take out every supetlluous lino,
iiud condense as much as possible.
Roidcs this, in addition to our already
Immense circulation, not a weeK pass
es hut from six to llf'een new sub
scribers are added to our list Verily
the Sroi T is (he paper for the people,
mid will rem dn so.
At the recent municipal elections in
Kansas, tit 'which women lor the tlr-t
tlutu voted, the result was not wholly
creditable to the mix. Indeed the
press of the country has heou very hit
ter in iu "oniii iiitls on the women vo
ters of Leven worth, in particular. On
this point an editorial in the New
York Sun, say that "Further partic
ulars received with regard to the elec
tion at Leavenworth, in Kansas, show
that the addition of women to the !
number of voteis served to greatly J
embitter the contest and to introduce j
into polities new methods of corrup- j
lion and causes of discord and scandal '
Instead of giving dignity lo the canvas, j
volutin sulfrayo seems to have made 1
of it a peculiarly exasperating squabble
in which go-Mp and petty malice were
brought Into pretty general use as
Avcapotis- of assault."
' Farmer rejoicing over the prospect
of eropi since the rain.
P. L. ('ourtney of Wallown vnlloy is
nut with c.vural loaiU of wool.
".liinmy" StotU of Ut Giiindo in
"working in B. Hubeib' tin nhop at thi
Dr. W. 1C. liinebiut m located in
Portbind and his. family will move Ui
that place in n few day1.
The fanners who havo hM on to
Iheir whwit are now ilipoing of the
Miinc at out mills at (10 i ts cash.
j. li. ninennti luoiiiii i- nenii ui
lmnt'ii from his baiul In Huninu i villi
vhen hu will luivo thein "bi.-kr" t-
V Bk . I 1 . I .A
jmitory to fchiiiniug t IUumi uul
(. W. Kuckpinn has letuincd fiom '
Untie City Montana whither he has
j bei n on litifrinw for the Fuinincrville ,
Milling Co. i
T. II. Crawford of Uniiti, and not I
Mr. L. II. Icon, w'll deliver the ciadon !
here .Inly dlli. F. 15. Collins will rend ;
. the Declaration of Independunee.
The new hnll id nppioaeliiiiK com
plelion and will be a daiey for tliom
, who may wli h lo dip the "1:1.1 inn
, hit til'" ,t he entiling -i tit when it will
be dedicated to the Tei pfiehurinn gods.
, Mir. Skellon a travi-Kng tenipernnee
i lecturer has been stopping at our town
since Saturday and at a result of her
liilitus anil lecture, a Woniens Chris
tain Temperance Union was organized
! on Monthly evening. Mrs. K. is a whole
muled energetic, speaker and made ,
quite a favorable impression on the
pen tie here.
Last WcdncMlrty K. M. Cmne who '
has been wot king at his trade nun jew
! oler in S. L. McKenzicH drug Mom for
; the jmst IS inontliM-ilently folded his
, tent and hied away, (on the passenger
' train towitids J'ortluud.) Mr. Crane
! lcnvea many friend?) behind who
! would be glad to fee the cnt.li they ,
l have advanced on clocks, wateheu tind
i jewelery of various kinds, which they
! mourn. His iudchtedni hs to vitriolic
' parties ft;ot over -HHOO.OO. It is pre
sumed that Brithli ('oltmibia will be ,
, the next j oint at which he will hang
out his sign. It is stated that he could
Ik- sent to f;nUni for mine things
which he has done.
All Ihoi-e lnivinir claims airainst tin
lute cily jeweler will plea.M' call on me
iimiI tni'oivi. I lioie mniii'V us 1 am nii-
! and leceive their money
as 1 am iu-
I pointed admiuiftnitor.
S. L. MeK.
It is retiorted that G. P. is tiying to
scenic the appointment, of ailniini
j stridor of estate of L. X. Tiny say
j that II. C. R. has '.he patience of .lob.
(lie ought to have to be alllieted with
j all the troubles of that good old man.
. I am going to present my claim to the
j administrator of Crane estate mid if he
j dont H'ttle there will be war on the
I Wabash. I. 0. B. Yes "mine frients '
I got took in $12.50 on that D d
I (',,., 11. W. Vet and I hold his
antogra h as a keep take to the tune of
.ilf) I). ri. 1 have Mvorn oll'on security
; since I gofleft on the duile. R.MeK.
j to J.T. And boarder must pay in
I advance after 'his. .Mrs. C. R. P. For
tali' cheap an cider on E. S. t. for a
clock and goltl watch chain. Mm. A. N.
II. I didn't get my county orders if I
did advance the tl d thief $11. Chits.
II. I am even. Ci'sank.
Portland Stock Yards Report.
Portland, Or., June (!, 1S87.
Beef is coming forward freely, though
not sitHicicnt to burden the ninikel.
Outside demands have been amnio to
j work oil' all slock piomplly, at prices
mi to last week's linurcH. Sheen re
ceipts not as free, resulting in piompt
sale and quick delivery. Lambs com
ing forward more freely, though not
suflicient to weaken prices. 1 logs not
abundant and ate .taken quickly by
butchers. Call for oxen diminishing.
Some draft bores changing hands.
AititivAi. in' trroi'iv von Tin: wi:i:ic.
Mavlil . Beef -10 head; hoi-'s (IS head,
.Iniie-L Beef 220 head; sheep (i(!()
head; hogs 12! head; lambs 17 head.
Juno il. Beef !() head; lambs 110
June .V-Sheep 120 head; beef 10
June .1. Beef (iO head; iheep 2-10
head; lamb.- 1 50 head ; draft hortes IS
head; work oxen S head.
.lunef). Beef '() head; Mieup 7I!
.1 une (5. Stock cattle 21! bean; hogs
f7 head ; lieep ('!! head.
Quotations. Beef, ! c. ,grosn;
sheep, ( -ty e. gius ; ho, 4 (j$ f e.
gioss; lambs, $2.00 c $2.25 each.
Mai hot quite steady.
.1. II. RATIlBl'N,
Manager Potlland Stock Yards.
Stock of all kinds wild on cununissiou.
Stock fed, tiiinsl'cired and lesbipped.
Dv. I Harmon nl Vvolcu.
Vieka, Cal. Feb. Hi. 1HSG,
Dr. S. Harmon, oculist, so far a I
know ha given entire sati-faetion .
From piTnonal knowledge I know the
doctor to he well skilled in hl pro
trusion, and in my oiiuion merits the
patronage of the 'public.
1). Kl'.AM , M. 1).
I htivo found Dr. Harmon to be an
oeulNt and skillful litter of glase.
B. II. Hiinr.iiTsDN, M. D.
Dr. S. Harmon ulUl. with his
invention, the "Duplex lOyo Illumi
uator" uud'inbtedly give- great aid
in the suporlicinl eaiuiuation of the
eve. .losuru Mrl'iiiwNitv, .M.D.
W. H. Burn.
Stati: or Cai.iidhxia,
County of Siskiyou.)
iihwi.ihi.il mill swiien in before me
I IHVll - - ----
this "iOth day of February. ISS0.
lu and lor Siskiyou
! Countv. Cal.
I , .
Tiff i. TiR,LpA
1111 till 11
VI I IT! I I
iluiu siMeet. PnUm, Ortgnn.
1UJXSOX BUGS. - PUOPKIKTtlBH.
Krep iHuutmitly on hund
1U2H T, POBK- VliAL, MU'lTOX.
SAL'SAUH, HAMS, LAUD. 15tc.
Coruufopln. I'nlou county, Or.
It. C. WAUIXXKU. ProiV.
I Tl o oid tlr.l e . Uuum lu tk imwiu
' 1x0 1 u nuke itib ouriia-
North Powder Nutftfets.
Tin Wt few days being cool, Powder
river is falling.
Carroll it White have moved into
their new building.
We had n fine rain throughout the
valley on the o'td anil -1th insta.
North Powder is making prepnmtions
for u grand celebration on the Fourth.
The post-ollice is conducted nearer
in conformity to law, inco the postal
inspeetor was here-
1 lull, Eccles & Co's log drive knocked
out a part of the county bridge about
1 miles above town, list Tuesday.
The Odd Fellows elected on the -1th
insl. the following ollicers for the en
suing term: A. H. Scott. X. U ;
.1. Craves, V. (J; ,(ieo. Venable, It. S;
A. Lan, 1'. S; II. O. (iorham, treasurer.
,SAI.IS'5 XOKTlIi niT At tin- ( nrt
hoiiwiii Itiiit ci'v, Monthly, June it:h, ly
O. 1', (io'iihill. .I:i'g.-, Joiiii It. Haling anil
, I. ill" .IWMI 'JJ1 '1P?UITUI-' -' .
;'.illt lii SliielthtdtterM.
Tliennneal laet'tinir nf Hie Mtiddio'ikTsof
Hie I iiicm M'liuig C'i lapmiy will li.' held at
the office f the eon puny lu 1 nlon, on
Nitiutiiiv, Julv 1!, I'8; at L'nVIock I'. M.
ll. li. DICAKK, scey.
JULY i JULY I
C.-heri-d in ly 111 puns a! Sunrise.
iMntning of procession at DA. M. un
der supervision of 10, B. Morelock,
Marshal of the day. n iollow:
Cii'ioii and Suiniuiirville Silver Cornet
Base ball clubs of Uniim. North Pow
der anil Sumuierville. in uniform,
Orator of the day . Hon T, II. Craw
ford, Reader of Declaration ,
iiuu Vjiinii iiiiiii tu un
n the above named order the process-
ion will torn. a-,l march to the cele-
and Chairman ot day
PROGRAMME AT GR0UXDS:
Song by Glee Club.
Music, by Bauds,
Reading of Declaration of Indepen
dence, by F. B. i ollins,
Song by Glee Club,
Oration by Hon T. II. Crawford,
Miiic bv Baud.-.
Plenty of ha-h for all.
Asseiubliitir at .ui'and stand at 1:.'!0.
Music bv Baiitlx,
! Song bv Glee Club. !
Addre- bv'.J. W. Xorville.
After which the proce-sion will re-
; foi hi and march to town ,
.Match game ot basts ball between the j
Union and Xorlh Powder clubs,
I for a purse of t'M at J
Literary exerci.-es at. the Occidental
i ' hall, for it prize of ". ' 1
j AND N0WTI1U FUN BLT.INSii
i Foe at l::i() the Hon. order of 1
j Will parad" Main and Patten streets,
I utuler Hie leaileislitp ot ins is ova i
Illgliness, r.tiis iunenan.
liraiid di-play of
FIRE WORKS !
In the evening, superintended by
S, L. McKeu.ie and Dr. W. K. Bine
The tl iV ecrci-e.s to eoiieliule with a
mm BALL !
At the Occidental hall.
Tickets, Indud'niu Supper, - gi'.AU.
By o'tler of conituittee,
T. A. WIN HI I A UT,
TH HO. WILLIAMS,
j "BLACK PRINCE,"
I The eeklraUHl lliijfii.-h urn ft stallion.
J Black l'rliie.-, was bnmirbt to this county
I from Calitoi-ida in lMirmo'v hot, nail ill
make tlie -en .oa in I'liitiu roiieiy at the fol
' Itiwlux linn- iintl plates: At ilio Cove,
i Tuesiliiy-iiiiil YVeiltuwliiysnt Ulliots -table,
, Pnliin. j-iituiluv; on oilier dit.vsut tlietau-
ton ranch, north of I'liltm.
' for sIuk1i nerviti.'. J10, due nt time of ,-er-1
vitvi fur the Maon. flA, due Ml cbwe of
oust hi; In insurf, tli' when inure U
' Uni.wn to he with fold. Mmv- will );
lured at tlieHMiiitin rmn h tree of eharge,
owner iiiUliigull rl"k of ueciiUiit-. Mimiltl
any titnro hied to Black I'linw U .-old. tra
il.'il or i hionre li nut.-, then the elinl-tw lor
-er iee "litillht' tine and Miy.ih'e when the
k.ilo. (ni.lt or t Ilihw i- t Ktvtul.
! Ill Al'K I'UIM v.c -iio 1 l y liaporti'.l
111 tit k Prince, un iinpiiled lir-- front Ati--!
trtiliu, mid ou it, tl in N.ipa. 1 1 - ii ;i iiiro
liri-l Kuu'l-h d-.itt hor-e. Hi- il.-on by
' Vnn Keiititt'l.. tun Kii ii Ulorv inare.
Blin k Prime li. in ule -t.uuii. (ur three
1 eer ill Soik Iliu r.'iiutv, Cal. niul hoMs
Millie r the in 'I . ell- in lii.- Miilc.
Pur tin ihei- liituriuiitiun -n tii--e ,.f Clmi.-w
i,ri-, wli Ii i- ti.i1- - t i'i. liur-f.
I'liimi ll e ii '' I -Olh, 14-T.
!li,till , TT
MdmaJiSu. tswr Ttuf (juNin.NU,
IIUST IN Till'. WOULD
ton s.u.:: nv
Orcmui nnd WaBhlNitan Tr. Slcrx-Imuu
unit tlonlepi seuerall'.
fill IP I S1! wmmm$ mwmm
- U i .
iMAnn Diinnn i o.
lien ral Ag -'i; for Oregon ami :iIiiKt n l.-rn.'irv nr me
CELEBRATED BAIN "ffi, WAGONS,
THE BUFFALO 1'ITTS THIM'SIIEKS and ENGINES,
T1IF RACINE Kl'HJNG WAGONS, HACKS and BUGGIES,
TIIIC COLl MBUS BUfKHES, ROAD CARTS and BLACKBOARDS.
. . . . . ..atw ll IIMAMX't.l lit Vtt.M'L?
WORLD RENOWNED DEEK1NG "ALL M VA'.u i ur. m.Jx.-
Several kinds of Hay
and Walking iJlows,
WORLD REXOWXKI) McCORM ICK TWIXE BIXDKRS, i
THE MeCORMICK AXD DEER1X(J MOWERS, i
THE HODGES' NEW IMPROVED HEADERS, j
Buckeye Iron Turbin Wind Engines,
Winn onr! Uitmqt no a VUPPlfl tlT
All our ihhmIh are l'o'lr!i for Cash and will he Soli as low a" MRsl I'l-ASh
(iOOl'.SC'AX UK f-OLD. ive ns :i t all or write for 11111" f .t il
l a a eL'i e. fr. e. ?-!mi:1 stock of Repair- for all
Ma hiiM'v ".in lit
W li 11 V A W
1 n flfgirjiiffl aim AT A IB ;
.. 1 "JM uu lii -z..ft i ti u m r IJ buci an uv uu
I MUSIC FOR THE DAY BY T1IH !
PENDLETON BOY'S BAND,
Singing by a cliorns of 50 voices,
The Horneybrenickles. 200 strong, under charge of ll. V. Dealt!, will appear.
Base ball and other games. Grand dance at night, tickets, with
supper, ?2.f0. Dancing in Pavillion 100 teet square.
j v i i 1 iimu ..u j- v.
' ...,... .
NOT THE WORLD BUT THE STOCK
Must, shall and will
prices ever known
: & " P 3 r 9
j r-,', rrr-iiiwiiimiwvlfi - iriiiiiMiiwiiil ril-irrni f i -
f i 1 I
Corwin C. Coffinberrv, - Manufacturer,!
Corwin C. Coffinberrv, - Manufacturer,
IT.t... t !.... t t-
'IMiU U tik iMiillfv tli t Mi. i '..41'
hilM'rry.ou 3hv in. Hliid with nil Acute
wa-lilajf in eUlne at mv hotel, In one hour;
mill forty-i lye nniuite.-. the follow lujr niiniml
article-: l amtly Ha hlntf, 4 line shirt. 2
ir drnwio, i untlen.hliN. : wid-t-, 1 f
union, loweu, ,s jmir Mivk, 12 lundker-1
.... , . i .iiit ii.uii 1111
ui..,..!... ..... 1lk .. .. I. . I ... .1.
i wa-iuajr in
I'ldi'lN ll eiill.irn und 1 ii iir i-ufN. Hotel
Kuo:l, 11 taUlt elotU, IS --hei'th, .10 liillow
im'., anil TU loweN, ITU ti.eee. in nil. The
uboe vuhiuj jpive jierfi-e - iti-f u tl.-n.
, H. Miu.ru,
l'ropiietor i eutnm .il n.;,l.
.... . 1 ,,resn. -May 12. liw,
I hi 1 to iiri.t ttmi t In ,. u-etl tho Ae
e whiri: inii.hiUe uiul wringer, nutl
mrouyhU- ii -te l ii. mii.i am now -itdxiieil
lut it i- il.,- i u.i-i..n neuhiiie now in
....... .. . ..
tout u i-me i ,-i v.i-i..n neiiliiiie now in
ur, un.i ii'iiie-'lnti I - .lniiu-iul it In
lill I'iTxiii w hln.'ii va il'u- ma hint' I
mn -.i l-iu a iii.it i u 11 , i.. .,n ti. ...
-. i.i in i ,.i ., i
ii i if,i ii.-ir
UAi. K. KAioN.
Rakes, Sulky, Gang
I, tilwayt m tww.
Island City, Or.
bo sold at the lowest
in Eastern Oregon.
n i ri If
ni ? nnm mr
'I'll, t ..i.rtlri' flint I litll'i, 11. nil till, Ali- .
me wiikhliu: uiuohliic and wruufo.' to do ,
two lure fmnilv Mti-Iiiuzt. and it pi
inn porect wti-fuctlun. anil I think It w
do nil thut il U reeoinnientled to do.
MIW. CUAKl.E UOJUXtS.
1'ulou. Or. Mhv 11. US7.
two lurm) fmnilv wn-Iihu". and It wive i
riilim riiv Hotel. lav Itlli., l.'87.
Thin 1 to certify tlmt the Autne wiuUiux
nu, eh, ue liu. I'.oiie two MH-hhipi nt my ho
tel, and ll hit. ;: veil lier.'ee' s itl-fjetio.i,
: nil I til nk it will tin ud ihat Mr. C'otlinh.-r-i
iurteiit-i. to do.
I.. J. BOOTH K.
1'iiion, Oregon, May l. If:.
ThU i- to eeitilv Unit we h t.led the
Aeier miIi.ii iiittehliie nnd rui.'er on
-everil oeejiuiik, and ll.lM' no lieil;iuey in
i n.-that i: i tlio ht"t Hiii'lihie whiie
Miu. MRS I.M MA ,lOtS,
M.i.n: .it. ni .-.
I di-.-lie hi into. .. m- I a "" ih:i ' I
the .ile anent torth- i 1 1 I'Ved hMl'.II-I'KIM-;
WIN'I) Mli.l.s. in I'nixn enin
iv, aid invite intending pan half's to
eniiie mill examine the on now (n exlniit
tion at mv place in U't"t Union. I am
i fonvintvd y.arwill proiioiince it the be.H
mill now iiiamit'aetinefl .The extremely
low pileiM place them within the reach of
all. Circular of wind milb and pmnps
.-eiit on uppli'-ation. A.J. KIlMlH.
A nnieh of JIu at-es in the best jiart of
(ii-ainle Konile Valley the gartlen spot of
Ka-tot n Oregon. Ninety act ex well set to
timotliv; to nere pontl fanning land, the
halaiic'- jroml pa-tnre. well watered ami
mar Jimlii"-. A verv desirable place, and
will he Mild cheap for ea-h. No re.isonahlu
offer refti-ed. Call on o- addre-s :
J. A. RI SSHI.L,
or ,J. W. IIii.i., (-'ve. Or.
Diawer 17. To; Hand. Or gun.
yJXXJJ iB..iAZt mJ u
MlffTi A n g t ? t II
TH33 GOOD OLD STAND-BY
ncenmpllslips for everybody cxnctly what Isclniiued
fortt. Olio of tho rcaions for tlio Kreat popularity of
tlio ilttstnns Llulmcnt Jj founil In Its unlvcrsnl
nppllciiblliir. Kveryboilynecils ouch a medicine.
Tiio l.iainbermnn iicod.tlt In case of necldont.
The li miMowlfo needs It for general family use.
The Cmmler needs It for Ills teams and Ills men.
Tlio illccliauii: nceiU it always on his work
Tlio MlnerneedDltlncr.M'of emergency.
The rionecrncedi.tt-cau'tnetnloiig without It.
The Fui'incr needs It In IiU houso, his stable,
end lila stock yard.
Tho StcnnibniU mnti or tho Hontiiinn needs
It lu liberal Kupply nlloat and ashore.
Tlio rforsto-fhnclcr nocds it-It Is his best
friend nnd safest reliance. ' I
Tho Siloclt-srowci' needs It-It will savo him)
thousands of dollarii and a world of trouble.
The Kiillrond mnii ncedslt and will need It sn
Ions ns his llfo Is a round of nccldcnts und dangers.
Tlio lSnckwoodtttnnn needs It. There Is noth
Insllko It as an antidoto for tho dangers to life,
lhnb nnd comfort which surround tho pioneer.
'Hid Alorchnut needs it about his store among
iU employees. Accidents will happen, and wheiy
Uioso come the JIustnng Liniment is wanted atoned .
Kuc;ti Kottlo in tho lloiibo. 'Tis tho bestot
Kcee n lintllo In tho riictory. itsimmeu.u...
uso In cnio of ucoldout envos pain and loss of wages.
Kcei ti Uoltlo Alwiiyslii tho Slublo for
uso wliea wiui t tit.
"Tr-rjjn-'.-.-ir. - 7 i.
y in 11 W4 '.:n hm f vww vi
U IJ u ll w
Kidney Livsr Medicine
Ccrinff Ula. o and 0est:i 1 rj.drt.!-i vho have
liecn jjtvca u;i ly i'j" tJ d;c
of tUo lltitiltjs, nintliUr, frJne.ry C)r
nnns, Droits;-, flravsl, D!a:'tco nnd
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rcBcwod lieidlli V the totu
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Bhtc, I5acU or I.oiaa. CcnerrJ DoMHty.
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tfcfttrrodaru IHtl' IlMH'Rel'"' Dyjtl'ei"
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fctiwjfth, ana u.e Uuod !U U) poriuoU puria
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puUio, ua the utuKMt reliuwe way lJieea
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nroaaly for tlio nbovo tlUi'ne,
has novor boon known to ran.
lino xriai win b- -imm
tnloliy till DniRgUts
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