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THUKBPAY, NOV. 12, 181)1.
The Mission of the Alliance.
Mnnjpcoplo liavc eonm to tv'toni;
conclusions as to thu real, net mil, traih
ful mission of llio farmer' alliance.
They luivo jumped nt ideas, and gnip(I
the 19060 fragments with Mimothiug
nkin to consiatency. As nil other mov
ing, progressive roforms hnvo exper
ienced in their debut, the ridicule, of
tho doubtful, the ubiuo and misrepre
sentation of the jealous, tho alliance
must expect tho game exporionco.
liven Galileo, who said, with fear of
death ranking in his soul, "still she
moves," of the planetary system, was
made to feel how little charity a now
theory and thought rccoives at tho
hands of the world. 15 von tho discov
cror of tho Now World, at one time, be
loro tho perilous voyao into tho wastes
and waves of an unmoastired and track
less son was begun, was called crazy,
and the little children pointed to tlioir
foreheads with ridicule, when they
passed him on the street. But Time,
that wondrous angel who adjusts tho
inequalities of human progress, has
done its work, and the nations nf two
continents will unite in celebration of
the four hundredth anniversary of the
achievement of tho crazy (Jeneosc.
The circumstances under which the
first farmers' alliance was organized,
and tho objects in view by tho pioneer
originatore, show plainly what the leal
mission of tho Order is. Away down
on the uttermost bolder of Texas,
about fifteen years ago, near Lampasis,
the idea originated. Tho settlers wero
harassed with cattlo thieves from Mex
ico, and bordering counties in Texas.
Tho country was spaisely settled and
law, in tho modem, civilized fcons-o of
tho word, was banished fiom the lan
guage of a certain class of tho popula
tion. Mutual protection and brother"
hood, theieforc, wasthefirttgreat moth
er of tho principals of tho hauly broth
erhood. Neighbors needed aid in tho
peril of the wilderness. Their families
depended on tho growth of tho herd
for subsistence, and in order to defend
their property against tho ' prowling
brigands that used tho darkness to
shield thorn in their oonteinptablo pur
poses, tho farmers joined tbenisulven
under tho solemn compact, which
stands today at tho main struetuio of
tho alliance,1 but with fow alterations.
Tho ilrst principle, and tho corner stone
is: "In tilings essential, unity; in all
tilings charity." And in langtia
oiuor 1 nan llio Anglo-Saxon race, its
intention is, "On cartli, peace and goo
will to man !"
From extremely humble beginning,
in a remote ruction, from among men
honett and loyal and faithful, but tin
learned in the polish and tho llnery of
modem education, it has couio to bo
u recognized factor in thj present so
cial and economics order of America.
It has not coino as tho whirlwind, in
commotion and rush and fury, bring
ing changes suddenly and unexpected
jy, out it lias advanced with patient
but irresibtablo step, measuring its
progress by tho needs of its followers,
planting with charitable hand good
seed, and bringing forth in thorn
patches inany a full blown rose. Its
coat of arms has no nuiBkotry or war
drums engraved thereon. Its mission
is ono of unsullied peace. It puts tho
plow in tho carnnon's placo, and hangs
tho fccytho where tho Hword is glisten
ing. It believes in this: Homo is tho
foundation of government; truo gov'
eminent means justice to all its sub
jects; equal justice to all, moans un
ivoreal prosperity, and universal pros
perity means vi:.vvA Tho toiler whoso
homo is chuerful and enlightened,
whoso rights are his own, will defend
and sustain our national pride when
the 1 ired soldiery will stampede and
hide its infamous head from danger,
and when tho drums beat and trumpet
of battlo will havo been di owned in
tho song and surge of tho unarmed
host o( artisans. It is not hero to re
volutionize mid transform with blood
and strife. It is not among us whispei
ing treason in the ears of our citizens
nnd sowing seed of rebellion far from
III It is here for the sake of equal
jnstico to all men that society may
bo bettered by frequent changes and
adjustments that laws tending toward
tho oppression of any class of citizens,
muy bo wisely and peacefully changed
from their present conditions to a con
dition of equality not bordering on
partiality that by association and in
terchange of thought, people may bo
brought to a fuller and grander reali
zation of it neighbor's duty, that chaii
ty and benevolence and generosity and
love nro prime virtues of manhood ami
womanhood, and ring clearly upon
Clod's loiiolistono. It is no icouoo
hut, tearing down with unholy hand
tho beautiful nnd good things of oivl-
liition, and distigiuiiM the achievement
nf ci. unties yearn of industry and toil.
It. in no barbarian with shout and
ctir.e demanding (he dethronement of
that principlb or policy which wiser
men havo pronounced good, but,
rather, a spirit of peace, with wings
folded, walking among men on n mis
sion of goodness, strengthening ties
already bound and welding new links
in the chain of human brotherhood.
It is strictly 11 social ordor, stopping
out of that plane only in tho event of
sonio urgent causo or for tho accom
plishment of some purpose of more
than ordinary importance. It? mis
sion lies in tho elevation of human
kind, morally, intellectually, frater
nally and, lastly, financially.
There is some discussion ainong
difl'orent localities and stales at to
whether tho alliance should become
an outspoken political organization,
but in most instances the sentiment is
decidedly against such a stand and in
favor of remaining a strictlv social
order, bettering our financial surround
ings by frequent innovations and tho
establishment of co-operative enter
prises As a social institution it has a
wonderful field of operation. Tho
limes demand unity of action in all
reform. Men are losing tho old time I
spirit of intolerance and superstition.
We need some rejuvenator in Ameri
can society, anil when we get mothers
and daughters and wives and sisters
imbued with tho spirit of change, the
sons of Adam will find it burdensome
to resist. When we once establish the
fact by actual manifestation, by living
proof, that the alliance is no host of
anarchs demanding tho annihilation
of all human achievement, and tho
distribution of property, tho non-communicants
will look with more charity
on the Coining Kaco!
Of courso membership in tho order
does not disrobo men of their human
propensities. Tho aim is elevation
and advance. It teaches men that
Truth is tho epitome of all goodnet-p.
Uut in tho light of this teaching there
is yet dishonesty and tieachery fcr
no order, bo it ever so ancient, is free
from tho inroads of passion and hu
man frailty. The tempter smiles with
wiohety and grace at ovtyy turn in
the patli of human destiny, and many
thero are who yield.
Homo overestimate the duty of the
oulor, and in seeking to further its
good .work lose sight of consistency.
Some think charity means tho giving
of substance to any and every causo
and bestow lavishly wlieio tho need is
not great. Uut truo charity, as com
prehended by m, is tho uplifting of
those fallen ; the aiding of those in
aotual need ; encouragement to every
honest iibpiratiou; pointing tho best
known way to the lost, and injuring
no one by thought, word or deed!
Tiuth means beinu what we really
are. No mask, nor hypocrisy, nor
deceit. Tho cautious uso of language,
and faithful report. It means to bo
openfaced and above blander. It
means that in our daily intercourse
truth and honesty should hold su
premo sway. Brotherhood means all
that is found in the story of tho Hood
Samaritan help, and aid, and respect,
and love for all mankind. It means
that indissoluble chain of friendship
which in all climes and at all times
binds man to man, with God the pillar
to which the mysterious links nro
IlKimtAM Wilson Huffman.
No Pxf.r- SeBston.
A Telegram roi ailed Governor
rennoyer's attention o tho fact that
sonio of tho Eastern Oregon journals
wero demanding that ho should con
vene tho legislature in extra session
for tho purpose of making an appro
priation for a portage road botween
Tho Dalles and Celilo, and enquiring
of him whether he had such an inten
tion. Tho govomor replied that ho
should not oall any oxtrn session of
tho legislature, that it was tho duty of
congress rather than of the state legis
lature to make such an appropriation,
and that he had faith that tho next
democratic house would, in the next
river and harbor ,bill, appropriate
$1110,000 as recommended by the
United States ongineors for that pur
pose. Portland Telegram.
A Wonder Workor.
Mr. Frank IIuIVmku, it youug man of Hurling
ton, Ohio, null's that ho hud been under tho
ruro o( two prominent phylrlan, nml mod
ttit.tr treatment until ho wan not able to get
ton ml. They pronounced hi eate to lx Con
unitlon mul Incurable. Ho wa jcruaiUl to
try Dr. King' Now DUeovery for Cou.umpttou,
(.'ought uiul ColtU ami nt Hut time was not ublo
to walk itrrokn tho ktrect without re.tlng. lla
(omul, before ho had u.ed half n dollar Unlit',
thiil ho Nut mui'li U'tUr; hi continued to urn tt
ami today enjoy good health. If you haruauy
Throat, l.uiiK or l.'het Trouble try It. Wogiur-
miliwuill.furlliwi. Trial buttltM frit) til llrnun'a
drug ttoro. Union, Oioguu.
The-Ik'1 job punting tan Ih prtxtirod
at this ollleu.
Our Weekly Letter From
the National Cap it'll.
A PRESENT FROM CARNEGIE.
National Council of the Grand Army of
the P.epttbllc LauncMntr tho
1'residont Harrison expressed him
self us holing greatly relieved to turn
over tho foreign business of the gov
ernment to Secretary Blaine again.
This is doubtless true, but if one may
judge from tho expression, of opinion ! tfQ FW&FIWU?1
from persons of all Shades of political I and will be sold at a bargain. For fnrther iwr
, ,. , . ,. ... . ticiilnm call on or iiddremi this ofllcc.
oonei, 1110 aispaieii instructing Minis
tor Egan in relation to the demands
of this government upon that of Chili
regarding the mobbing of U. K. nailors,
which was made public tin's week, u:id
which although bigned bv asrisant
Secretary of State Wharton, was
written by Air. Ilarrifon, demonstrates
that Mr, Harrison is an adept in tho
preparation of state papers. It would
bo difficult for anyone to put that dis
patch in more uppropriuto language,
and fortunately upon such questions
as this all patriotic Americans, with
out regard to their political affiliations,
occupy ptecisely the same position.
Secretary Blaino had a talk with
Senor Montt, who has been appointed
Chilian minister to the United States
this week, but as the new minister's
credentials have not yet arrived the
talk was entirely informal. Senor
Moult professes the greatest friend
ship for tho United States, but he has
11 friend and associate who lives at the
Chilian legation in this city, that loses
no opportunity to express tho con
tempt which he says the Chilians feel
for this government and its people.
At ono time this fellow, whoso name
is Foster, claimed to be secretary of
the legation, but now he says ho has
no oilicial connection therewith. It
might bo said of Poster, as Commo
dore Yandeibilt onco said of ono of
his sons-in-law "Ho is more kinds of
a blank fool than any man I oversaw."
It is regarded hero as almost cer
tain that tho farmer's alliance of the
eighth Virginia district will nominate
n candidate to succeed tho late Repre
sentative Lee, the only question being
whether the alliance shall allow tho
candidate to bo labeled democratic or
sail under their own Hag. It is an
agricultural district, and can bo con
trolled by tho alliance if no mistakes
are made by them in tho preliminary
work of,niaking tho nomination.
Criticism of public mon without
just causo never helps anybody or any
thing. Tho best, friends of temperaneo
express regret that an attack, in the
namo of temperance, has been made
upon President Harrison, not for any
thing ho has done or left undone, but
because Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the
Scotch-American millionaire, has an
nounced that he had sent a barrel of
Scotch whiskey to tho White House
as a present to Mr. Harrison. It by
no means follows that Mr. Harrison
will drink this whiskey becauso it was
given to him, indeed ho would havo to
have an ostrich stomach if ho drank
all tho liquids sent by cranks and
friends to tho White House. Eow
presidents havo occupied tho White
House whoso personal habits wore
moro tomporato than thoso of Mr.
Harrison, and no president has been a
moro sincero friond to thoso engaged
in temperaneo work; therefore it is
hard to understand why he should be
subjected to harsh criticism for some
thing that ho had nothing whatever to
On November 11, tho National
Council of administration of tho G. A.
H. will meet in this city for the pur
pose of deciding upon tho ditto for
holding tho national encampment
next year, and also for tho examina
tion of documentary evidence showing
that tho Washington executive com
mittee has secured the required con
cessions from hotol-keepcrs and rail
roads and complied with other
stipulated requirements. All theso
things and more hnvo been done.
Every hotol-koepcr in Washington has
bound himsolf in writing not to add
one cent to his rogular charges during
! tho encampment.
A number of officials wont over to
Baltimore Wednesday afternoon to
witness tho launching of tho steel
cruiser Detroit, which was a success.
It is thought that tho twin vessel to
tho Detroit, which is also to bo built at
Uultimore, will bo christened Mobile.
A naval court of inquiry is investi
gating the recent wrecking of the U.I
H. S. Dispatch. It seems that tho
accident wus caused by tho executive
ollluur changing tho hailing orders of
tho (louimuuilor, owing to his mistak
ing one light for another, at least
that's the way the testimony so far
taken makes it look.
"This is no political headquarters"
said an official at the farmers' alliance
headquarters when asked for political
news from Ohio; "whatever action
individual members of the organiza
tion may take tho National Alliance
has not yet gone into politics."
Hon. Jerry Simpron, who passed
through Washington this week, says
tho alliance representatives will havo
their own candidate for shaker and
will not. go into tho caucus of either of
the old parties.
J. II. C.
TYPE FOR SALE.
HI V 1 ji VIA, 1 S JO Oood Ageute to sell
our general line of merchandise. No I'eddllng.
Above (Hilary will t,o paid to "live" agenta.
For further information uddrewi:
ClIK AHO HKX1.KAI, srm.Y CO.,
l-2:l-yl 17S Wli t Vim Hum) St., ( hicii(,'0, III.
Hall Bros., Union, Or.
Have. Juhtreeeived;u lnrpo supplyif
And in fuel everything need in the public
schools of this county. Vi
HS?('nll early nnd make your elections, or
(.end in your orders. 10-1-tf.
ATOTICi: Irf I1HKE11Y tilVUN THAT HY VII!
li tue of an execution and order of sale issusd
out of the Honorable Circuit I'onitof the State
of Oregon, lor Union county, bearing date the
Uth day of November, 1M)1, and tt mo directed
and dellvcro.l, upon 11 Judgment mid order of
sale of heretofore attached property, entered on
the llthdny of October, IN'Jl, herein Thomiis
Trill is pliintllfiind II. I), ltivers and .lor., (ill
nough are defendants for the sum of Ninety
and eighty-seven one-liundrodths dollars, with
Interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent,
per annum, from the 11th day of October, iwil,
mid the further mini of Thirty-six and twonty
hl. ouu-huudreiltliN dollars tor costs and dis
bursements, which Judgment was enrolled and
docketed In the clerk's otllco of said court, on
the 11th day of October. lMU.iiud ordering the
sale of the following described heretofore at
tached real estate, to-wit: All the tight, title,
interest and cialiu that the defendants, II. 1).
ltivers and .Ins. liilnongh or either of them had
on the 11th day of October, ltfli, or since ac
quired In and to Lots 1, mid :i in lllock 115 in
Chaplin's addition to La (linnde, t'nion countv,
Oregon. Now, therefore, under and by virtue
of said execution and older of sale as aforesaid,
I will sell i.t public auction at the court house
door nt Union, Union comity, Htatcof Oregon,
on Friday, the 11th dnv of December, lS91,at2
o'clock p. 111. of said day, nil the light, title, in
terest and eluini Unit thti said di-fcudaiits II. I),
Rivers and Jos. liiluough or either of llieiu had
on t tie llth day of October, I Mil, or since 11c
Uitlred in or to the above doscribod real estate,
to hatisfy said judgment, fes, costs, disburse
ments and interest as aforesaid and accruing
costs. Terms of bale, cash to nie In hand in
gold coin of the United Mates.
Dated November Uth, lhfll.
J. T. ilOLLKH,
HheriU'of Union County, Oregon,
lly W. It. Usiieii, Deputy. t li-V.'-wS.
HOTICP TO CONTKACTOItS.
lllds will be received up to noon October 21,
ls'.il, for building a school house In district No.
:ll. t'lzo of building, .'rj.N'j-.', with to cloak
rooms, f.8; 1 door and s wludows; baloon
frame, rustio; walls, matched celling; over
head, rustic; plain box cornice; doors, windows
and all frames fiirnkhed by the bchool bonM.
All bids should be sealed and mnrked ",Con
tractors ltlds," and addressed to
W. A. Cates, School Clerk,
Oeo, It. Bobicr.)
-miCItKAS, on the S5tli day of September,
t IStXJ, by consideration of tho Circuit court
of tho State of Oregon, for I'nlou county, inn
suit entitled; August Klostermnu vs. James
Welch et at, a derteo of foreclosure and order of
sale of foreclosed premises was duly rendered,
entered of record anil docketed In favor of Jacob
Newman one of the defendants In said suit, and
against Oeo. II. llobler, another of said defen
dants: therefore, notice is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of a foreclosure execution and
order of sale Issued out of the said Honorable
Circuit Court on the 1st day of October, 1WU, In
tho above entitled cause, wherein Jacob New
man the above named judgment creditor ob
tained n Judgment and decree of foreclosure- and
sale against Oeo. 11. llobler, the above named
Judgment debtor on said 'i'lth day of September
for the sum of fSKMiTi over and alwivo a credit
entered on said Judgment as of that date, and
interest thereon nt the rate of ID er cent, per
annum, since sntd September i', IS wo, and ac
cruing costs and costs of this writ, I am com
manded to sell the land siniated In i ulnn coun
ty, Oregon, and dtwrribod In mid doerfo as fol
Ioms, to-wit: Lots 0 ami 10 In block 7 in the
town of North I'owder.l'niou county, Oicgoii.
Therefore 1 will soil nt public auction to tho
niguest ana nest luiiucr lor cam, in i uilotl
States aold coin, at the court house door In the
city of t'lilon, t'nion county, Orcgou.ou tbe 14th
iluy of November 1MU, at i o'clock p. m. of said
day, all the right title and Interest in said above
deserlbod real estato that the mid defendant
iieorKoll. lloblor had on or after the &!utldny of
April KM, to satisfy mid Judgement coats and
Oated at 1'ulon thin 10th day of October, lNd.
J. T. IIOLLIfc.
Sheriff of t'uloii County, Oregon.
lly W. It. Van kk, Deputy. lO-lS-w.'i.
VTOTICi: IS HKItmiY OIVKN that hv VIU
1 tue ot an evecutlou tssueil out of the Hon
orable Circuit Court of the Stale of Oregon for
t'nion county, bearing date the 'JSth day o( Octo
tierlttll, tomo dlrectixl and dellvcnil upou a
iudgeuieut entereil therein on the '.'Ith day of
VVbruary, IS'Jl, which judgement was enrolled
and docketed in the clerk's otllco of said court in
said county, on tho'JItli day of February, 1S91,
wherein Staver A: Walker are plalutlil's and C.
W. Ladd U ilefeudcnt for tho sum of one huu
dretl and tiftceu and &M0O dollars with In
terest thereon at the rate of 10 per rent, iht an
num, from the I'lih day of February ls'.t, and the
further sum of tweutyono and OMtu dollata
ris, anuauo tneciv-tsoi ami uKinthU writ.
Therefore, fcuftlclcnt ieronal nnivrty not being
(uiiiid, 1 have levlnl uism the following de
scrllxxl real estate, sltuutiil in I uion county,
Onsgon.town NJ, of SK Sue. 20, Tii.2S, ft.
:w K W. M. and by virtue ol said execution and
nop auction at tno court
I. t'nion countv. stata of
Oregon, on Saturduj theJth day ol )eHuUr,
4), at 'l o'cliM'k p. m. of said da , all lh rtgbt,
title ami lnlorit of iu ul lo the above th
scriixu pnunuus iuui me miu uwatHiMil,
until iimi inwviuiiu iu mu da) tH I vbrunry,
littl, or ban stHve aniuirwl, to wtUfy Mkl iult
ftl tU, ohIi to ate li u, In ". k i
)AtW Ml I'utoil l,lll,, ,r 1 ,U t)f Si., t
mum mnn i
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lly W it Viiiku. lh'iw y
IISIIIAV Ml t ICE.
T MIT Oil PTKAYKH FItoM 1IARTOX I.AKI:,
u 2(nniey county. Oregon, Hbout the first of
Muy. UWl, fourteen heml of hi.ree, all branded
on rlKht stifle tin follows:
One Mirrel mare also branded 1 1 underneath
the above brand.
One iiray mure iilto branded 1 1 underneath
the above brand hml a cow bell on when lait
One browu maro nlw branded (! on left
All tbe above described auimala were tnken
from Wnllown valley last fall. Any one glvliu;
Information of their whereabout, laHweeti Har
ney and Wallowa valleys', will be liberally re
warded. Addrens: II. J. RINKIIAKT,
10-1-ml. Summervillo. Oregon.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
E. ?. McComaa, M. Thomson, K. rnel,l
A. ucuney ana John l onine, nainum
Laura Fairall, May ?hellady and the un
known hei at law of J. M. Kordlee, te-
To Laura Fairall, May Khellndy and to theheire
at law of J. M. Koriiioe, deceased, whose names
are Unknown, ami to all other unknown lier-
sons having or claiming an intercut in the
nroDcrtr herein described:
TN THE NA.MK OPTIIK .STATE 1
X on arc hereby renmred to unpen
swer the complaint tiled iriiuxt you in the
above entitled suit on or before the lit day of
the next regular term of the circuit court of the
ututntf HMn.in I.,- t',.l.,t ...-.,.. .iftne lIv I
weeks conmlete' mibllcHtioti of this 'summons,
to-wit: on or before the 16th day of November
A. 1). isai. Dufeudnut.i will take notice that if
they fiii! 10 . ,i.-niiswcr or plead within
i-aid time, the I'liiintlll's will apply for want
thereof, to the court for the relief demanded in
tho complaint, to-wit: For 1111 order for tho salo
! in partition of Lot 5, Itlock 1, in the city of Un
I ion, County of Union, Ptatc of Oregon, nnd for 11
; partition among the owners of tho proceeds
; thereof after paying thecohtsaud disbursements
01 tins suit nnu tor general relict.
This summons is published in Tun Oukoo.v
Scout, a weekly newspaper published at Union,
Oregon, by order of lion. Jas. A. Fee, Judge of
tho Sixth Judicial District of the State of Ore
gon, made and dated at chambers at Pendleton,
Oregon, Sept. :, A. I). ls!)l.
T. II. CiiAwroitn.
Attorney for l'lalutln's.'
ITVAIt.M in Cove, consisting of ICO acres. All
. under fence, small orchnrd, nino room
house, unall barn, out buildthgs and one wood
working establishment run by water power.
Inquire ofS. 11. llurroiighs, Cove, Or. 9-17-wO.
OPENED - ANEW!
Livery and Feed Stable.
(Near the Court House.)
Hiilick & Wright, Proprietors.
(lood Teams, lluggics and Hacks for the ne
comodutlou of customers.
A share of the public patronage solicited.
Obtained, and nil Patent ISusiucss attended
to Promptly and for Moderate Foes.
Ourollico is opposite tho U. 8. Patent
.Ollicc, and we can obtain Patents in loss
(itne than those remote from Wnsolugton,
Send MODEL or DRAWING. Wo nuviso
as to pantcntnbililv free of charge: and we
niako SO CHANGE UNLESS PATENT IS
AVo refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
Supt. of Money Order Div., and t') olllcials
of the U. S. Patent Ollicc. I'ci circular,
advice, terms and retl'erences to actual cli
ents in your own State or County, write to
C. A. SNOW & Co.,
Opposite Patent Otlico. Wiisliiugtou. D. O.
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iPirnun nm nnrnnm
rDLfimu urn, uiilltuiv.
Hnye on the way and now arriving, several car Joads
The Company 111 licrenftor carry
Tltis department will holunder
Tho fucilitios having been increased by the addition of n fino assortment of
now typo nnd n largo invoico of the finest papers nnd material, is now better
prepared to execute
THE IFIISriEST WORK
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Mttiiutallo. Adtlrtks: THK OKKUO.N 800 If r,
R. II BROWN,
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, Etc.
A complete mid varied atook of wtill paer nl
ways on hand.
JffcgA full supply of Mhool books constant!
DRIVER & MARTIN,
Lt 612 1 BmCKSffllMflff
Care mid attention paid to
Shoeing Trotting Horses, In
terfering and Contracted
Feet a Specialty.
Plow work, Laying of Cylinder Teeth,
Ilalunclng, etc., given special care.
Shop Main St., Union, Oregon. ,V7-tf.
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173 West Van Ilurcn St., Chicago, 111.
Thomson Ss Purscl are ntronts for
tho celebrated Cyclone WindMill, and
ns tho prices on tlieni have been great
ly reduced they nro now within the
reach of all. Sample mill to be seen
at their planer in North Union. Call
and examine it.
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