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iDy times. For several years x sunerea itly wJtn Pa,nB U1 Neuralgia; , one eye an about my temples, es-,-t.iiy at night when I had been, having bird day of pnysicai ana memai laDor. look many remedies, dm rouna neip on ly Hood's Sarsaparllla which cured mi' of Uimatlsm, neuralgia ana Headache. good's Sarsaparllla has proved Itself a true Lnd. I also take Hood's Pills to keep y bowels regular, and like tho pills try much." Isaac IsHwib, caDina, uuio. Sarsaparilla ithe One True Blood Purifier. AIIdriiEKhti. SI. tparedonly by C. I. Hood Co.; Lowell. Mass. lOOU S PUIS easy In effect 25 cents. STATE NEWS., SGnnts IMS' is u wive a custom Dill soon. ITlie Brownsville Woolen Mills are low running on full time. The olllelul count In Lake county ncreascd IJryan's majority from I to FThe publication of tlie Cottage jroe Moderator ceasud witli the is- iue of Saturday. I Four and half miles of the grade is Sow finished on the railroad between ebanon and Waterloo. Wednesbay Thursday and Friday light Thanksgiving veek, Jiugone have a chrysanthemum show. ; Willielm &Sons, of Monroe, who jiera buea ior 1110 payment 01 uiu 100,000 needles ordered of a Tsew fork firm. Mrs. J. B. Johnston, of Baker City, Msa victim of a railroad accident in , late wreck on the U. P. She will probably recover. A petition is being circulated for signatures in Lebanon, asking the county court to raise the bounty for co) ote scalps to $5. The Minnesota hotel.in Eugene.has Ibcen sold to John Whiteaker for 11,686.00. Mr. Johnston has leased the building and will continue as landlord. Geo. Evans of Sheridan raised 3 I stalks of Tennessee popcorn each of which measured 12 feet in length sand the three stalks grew 17 well de veloped cars of ccrn. A. T. Markley, of Medford, of the I Aloha evaporator, has evaporated about 23,000 pounds of fruit tills sea- I son, principally prunes. This is about half the amount put up last year. The Adelphi mission work In Al- fbany Is about to be suspended for jwant of support. It seems the sup ply of fallen in Albany is too much for the means within the reacli of the Mission. The Sisters cf St.FrancJs' Academy, ; at Baker City, have added a china i kiln to their school and are prepared to decorate all kinds of china ware. The art of painting on china is taught In tiie school. The Indian school, at Fort Bidwell, now seems an assured fact. The special agent who has been looking after the matter will proceed to open the school in a short time. It will re quire a corps of 17 teachers in all. Two Baker county newspapers chanced hands lust week. Frank A. Bow en, or the Huntington Herald, purchased the Baker City Epigram Plant from Foster & Boll and J G. Foster purchased the Herald from Mr. '(men. The DuIIuh has .been Jn darkness f jr felvo months. Tho electire light ecmipiiriy offer to furnish 20 lights at 12 a light and not accent cs. Al hiny gets ilftpcu at less than J'J. The council of the Dalles are taking steps to put in kerosene lamps. Albany Dl'IU. It Isieported that McNeil Bros, will probably start a paper mill at Al bany to manufacture Tall kind,: flf tin fatifi mperg, in connection with the pioposed pulp mill at Niagara. The Lebanon mill will continue to manu facture straw paper. -V reward of $150 has lieen offered by Ml? business men. or A'tliena., for the W"ie of tljf bu.rgi.iirs. thjjtljrpke llito rour Inislupsa houses .there the GUur night, The burglars got, as a result of t)u nii'iit's wurk. about 18 In cash, a gold watch and seven finger rings. . f A - Supreme Court. Cecil Garnscy ct al., appellants, vs Tne Ctuiiii) Courtof Klamath County etal., icsiHindents; ordered on motion t cfl- ihiA. IthutthonpiielliintBhiivc until Janu--dcnlIcLpwi8 of Sabfp,p hft -, , "' m "Sl! ." ,' nit"?" VC5straet and bilef 't""1, .1 l.o l.nnr. nrncMdnl r. M. UfltlSteill. ;1IH('1Im III.. V J 11 A biria Bank 20 years. Ho gladly Roberts et al., responduils; oidered lifics to the merit of Hood's Sarsa- on motion that appellant have until rilla, ami wiiai jiu eujo wuimy umxntvcr w serve ana nie Ills brief. .. All lirnln ivorknrs flnil TlmO.,, i',i o. m. .. . ,. .-..ftlTl. Jill w -- --. x ill. 111:1 ill 11 1 iy. 1 iiiiiu ..-. t t " bod's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted respondent, v. William McKinzle! their nccus. al .. i--v, , appellant: It was ordered on stlnula- lllOOd, allU 1LOI1I UIIO UUIIICB 1IUI VU, , ;.i t.n.i;tv nnd tliircstivc strcnirth. tlon that respondent's time for serv-, Warn glad to nay that Hood's Baraapa- lnB Jlld HllnK its brief be cxtcuded to in I a very good mediclno, especially January 1, 1!)7. 1 blood partner. 11 o uouo mo gooa . u.oiwumiui! urn., appenanis, vs. oiurman d. urown, ct al., respond ents; ordered on stipulation that ap pellants have until December 2, to serve and tile their brief. Cleveland Oil and Paint Manufac turing Co., respondent, vs. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Co., appellant; ordered on stipulation of parties Unit the respondent hne until December 15th to serve and tile its reply brief. State of Oregon, respondent, vs. Ben Chilleis, appellant: on stipulation or parties It Is ordered that appellant's tine to serve and Hie his biief herein be extended to December 10th. jp E. M. Peer, appellation, s. John o V (E Kernan etal., resuondcnU, ordered on B mJ U stipulation that appellant have until b vVi & December 10th to senc and tile his brief. R. J. Barger,:ippellant, vs. Cyrus y. Barger, et al., respondents: motion to dismiss appeal overruled, Respondent Baker to hae leave to submit fuithcr argument at the hearing on the met its ns to whether he is an adverse paity on the appeal further ordered that the cause be set forbearing December 2d. Jas. J. Kadderly ct al., appellants vs. Phllo Holbrook et al., respondents; ordered that the motion to advance this ciuse for hearing be overruled. C. II. Stuller et al., respondent, vs. Baker County et al., respondents; or dered that tills cause be transferred from Pendleton to Salem for an early lietring. V. H. Patterson, respondent, vs. John Fox, appellant; ordeied that this cause be set for hearing Monday, November 30. It. A. Fellows, appellant, vs. K. D. Evans, respondent; ordeird that ap pellant's default be excused and that he have thirty days from this date to serve and file the abstract. Joe Day, respondent, vs. E. S. Lar sen, appellant; appeal from Mult, nomali county; argued and submitted. M. J. McMahan, attorney for respond ent; Walter S. Perry, attorney for ap pellant. Some oddities of election returns: highest prohibition vote for any one candidate in Crook county was two, the other candidates got one each, Red Butte precinct in Malheurcounty went straight for Bryan there being no votes cast for any other electors. rr,T'''"r"m,n-'' Prominent McKlnley leaders arc now admitting that their platform did not mean what it said, o Bryan supporter has so far been found who goes back on the main item of ills platform Multnomah county is great on the increase of population. Since the last June election it increased 8000 people-all McKlnley gold standard men. Ot course, "protection" is the sole issue. But Free Trader Flagg and "Protectionist" C. B. Moores ratify on the same platform. p-rrlH Never as ire take It. And life, dear child, is what This was the sen timent of an old lady to her grand child Mabel. And manv a Mabel has 'vfound It to be true, and she lias taken care of her health. She keeps on hand a supply r rii- Pierce's raorite Pre scription, and so is not trouoieu wnn u . wasting diseases, weaknesses, dragging down " sensations and functional lnttfu Unties that so many women endure. - "Favorite Prescription" contains no al cohol to inebriate ; no syrup or Wjj derange digestion. As peculiar In its rem edial results as in its composition. Asa powerful, inugoratmg tonic, it m parts strength to the whole .system partic ularly to the nomb and its 0PP'da For feeble women generally, Dr. fierce s Favorite Prescription is unequalcd as on appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. A Book of 1000 pages, telling how o cure these diseases by home-treatment, sent Farn on receipt of 21 cents stamps for postage and wrapping only. This book is Srofusely illustrated with woodtuU and colored plates, also with aast number of reToduSd photographs icf those cwid M the use of Favorite Prescription" and 'Uhout having to go through the ordeal of consu ?ng I doctor Full names and ?Hdress are given so you can correspond I-Ivm Addresv with stamps, worlh D,sp"nsarv MBDicAt association, No 663 Main Street. Buffalo, M Y S xleJuTrtAj BmYiWcr-tx-- VlUMrs$& mriM" - - Wr Jus UN, ir " o cot- Box 7) Of Al't'i Ltulre A'U lauYCc A ' write? r I look Dr Ilerce'i Faonte Prefcription for three months and it helped me more than all the 1:r medicines that I had taken Had Uen kick for four months with, literm tH'1''"-; now be around on my feet without any trouble whatever hf-, fott taking Favorite PreriPtioD I cou.a hardly get around at ail I hope thlsatate BCKl wUIUotBl tfbtr.' nk j- - Ax 1 fajoyjvn mil msklff3w" Mas CoiXDi. -MillJtflTOi ":ij. 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OMrogorski, 12 Hue D' A sas. 1'aiU, France, who is about to bring out a book on American political methods, writes to tbr author. ''I'eiusirg the books on the suljcet I was fortunate enough lo find jour book on ! tie School of Politick ' I was wondering whether tbe evils, of machine rule and of bossism were cbtainininpr in the wrst as well as in the East, t lead it with the greatest interest." ' 11 JL 1 fl IW OR, mm.) luu :!i Mm Published by Charles II. Kerr & Co,, Chicago, Ills. Price 25 cent. A band book far citizens, legislttors and students. 1. The Primary and Spoils Politics". 2. How Primaries Are Conducted 3. The Primary As It Should Be Safegarded by law. "The School of Politics" shows that the corrupted primary is tho political ciime of tha Nineteenth century, and that reforms in city, state and national government are out of ques tion until this evil has been remedied. 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