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P. F. STENGER.
A Plucky Woman.
Last Saturday night while Mrs.
W. V. Lippincott, wife of the sta-
tion agent at Myrtle Creek, was
alone in the house with her children
near the depot, a man carne to the
door and insolently demanded ad-
mitance, stating that he wished
some information about the town
The lady offered to give him the in
formation, but declined to unlock
NEW HOME SEWING MA
the door He finally went away,
CO., 725 Market St.,
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
and Mrs Lippincott and her girl,
San Francisco, Cal.
California, so laxativ' and nutritious,
who had returned from church in
with the medicinal virtues of plants Paicfic Department.
known to be most beneficial to the
town in the meantime, had retiree
human system, forming the ON I V PER
in an upstairs room for the night.
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
About 10:30 they heard some’ one
promptly on the
working at the window below. Look
ing out Mrs. Lippincott saw two
men trying to raise the sash. She
— SO THAT -
immediately procured a pistol from
her bureau, and opened fire upon
REFRcit HlNC SL. EP,
the men. It was bright moonlight
HEALTH and STRENGTH
and at the first shot one of the men
Nnturtlly follow. Every one is using it
and ail are delighted with it. Ask you!
threw bis hand up to his shoulder
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manti-
and exclaimed “My God, I’m hit!’’
facuned only by the
The pluckv woman’s only reply
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
S an F rancisco , C al .
was a shot at the other fellow who
Cot* r«v»r»w. •
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made a similar exclamation, and
Kor sale at II. M. Horton’s Drug
both took to their heels, There was Store.
no one in the house to pursue them
■ ■ ■■
“AN AKESIS ” givre instant
and they escaped.
■ ■ ■ gn livt and la an infulliblo
S M C S L
Cure far I'll»«. PriccSl. By
cott is a small woman, but she is B* I 1
SIB ■ ■free.A<i<in-ss"AN*KLStS,’>
evidently not easily scared.—Rose I I ■■ hl Wwpox 2410, New York City.
UNIOK SQUARE.. N. ’-
„ “-tnaft »OSTON.MA3S. ATLAH’*
Cleanse tbe Systeir Effectually,
Eitbor Kight er Left
Range-Haraey county, Oregon.
P o.—Burns. Hainey county. Oregon.
The leng Bession of congress will
convene on Monday Dec. 7,
selection of a speaker will as usual,
be an important event. The char
acter of the legislation of the ses
sion is largely molded in the selec
tion of a speaker. The following
are democratic candidates: Mills,
of Texas, Crisp, of Georgia, McMil
lan, of Tennessee, Springer, of Illi
nois ami Bynum of Indiana. There
are no republican candidates as
their party has but 87 members in
the bouse while the democrats have
about 230. All the candidates are
devoted to the principles of tariff
reduction. There will be but one
mind on that subject among demo
crats in the next senate or house.
There? is not a single democratic
protectionist in either house
outlook is rather favorable to the
election of. Mills, though Crisp has
a heaxtv following McMillan is a
great democrat and very popular.
The contest is said to be a friendly
R. N. Ex peri son, a rancher and
hunter from Cœur d’Alene river,
committed suicide on Hangman
creek, four miles from Spokane by
blowing off 4he top of his head with
a Winchester ritle.
The affair is
shrouded in mystery.
had lx>en in the city for several
days, buying goods for shipment to
hie place He paid hie bill and an
nounced his intention of going
home, but was next heard of as
having kill« d himself.
Fur 1G91 will be mailed FREE
to all applicants, anti to last season’s
customers It is better than ever.
cry person using Garden^
Flatuer or Held Seeds,
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F illmore , Dubuque C o .. I»., Kept., 1889.
Mias K. Finnigau write«: “My mother end
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D ayton . N ov ., Sept., 1809.
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Range— Harney and Grant county Oregbn
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