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LA GRANDE MORNING OBSERVER
- CURREY 6ROS. Editors and Proprietors.
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: Vandermulen' :
' kvl tat J .
, Before .Easter.
,.We liawe an elegtnt line
itreet bats at pricei that
Tt other bouse ban meet.
ANwilNVITAJQN T0 YOU, j
THIS IS A 8PEGIA.L
We are receiving dairy!
Patfet1 and Wall' Deooratlons.'and we extend this special
J'lnvtiioijtoyon and 'jront ifriends to call and see them.
..,,,, we are aaxious to nave you see onr line ana we jeei
are yoai will be. delighted with the. visit.
..1 ' 'Yonr Respectfully, .
- Statkland & iMcLachlen
PAINTS. " 6IL2S
: j.,;, In .other, .words if your walls are well papered
""your fnel bill will be reduced. We do proper
1 P, Paper Hanging at driees you can afford to pay.
HARRIS & PRICE
' "' Painters," Paper Hangers ' and Decorators.
' A. 0. HARRIS, Phone 1566, , J.M. PRICE, Phone 1491-
I, Jfreih Bon Bons
.i .Fresh Nougact
" ' " Frcsb Carmels !
' Fresh Taffey
Fresh Baited Peanuls
Fresh Salted Almonds
GREENE & CO.
,' 1 Vhen yon 1 rdet g'oieriea Irom in yon
; i ate snie to hate them'delivered on time
Whan yoq order groceries from us you are mire to
get lb Terr best to be had. We keep only the best
The next timej you are at our store
'aalto tee our ipeoial line of
' BRlSrKFAST BACON
r & Dotted meats
, ."K'A grocery i STORE
' "Sw Fir and Jefferson 81s.
Will give special bargains
,, for two days., ; Call and see r
INVITATION TO. YOU.
many new desighs in Wall
IF BROKEN HEARTS
could be mended as neatly, quickly
and thoroughly as I ban repair
your jewelry there would be no Bor
row to tbe world. No matter
whether It be a watoh,riog, a neck
lace or a baby pin dear from asso
ciation needs repairing, bring it to
'me and it will be mended to you
oaonot tell it from new. Hy
specialty la watoh repairing. Bring
it here and have it done honestly,
expertly and cheaply.
Entered ai tbe Poet Off 09 at La' Grande, deson,- as Beoond CUaa
, Kil Mattel.
Pubtifhed Dally Except iionday. .
One Yar in Adrance... ....... $8.50 j Per Month..... .66
His Months in Adtanoe 3.68 1 Bingle Copy '. .OS
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL I, I904. V
. KOREA THE CONTENTION,
The real bone of contention
between Japan, and j Russia is
Korea, wbiob belongs to neither
but from its position is coveted
by both because of its strafe tic
position from a military and
commercial standpoint. " It is a
compact nation oi come 15,000,
000 people under a dynasty that
claims a lineage dating back, to
1392, with an area of 82,000
square miles, not quite as large
as Oregon. Its present foreign
commerce is about 20,000,000
annually, but rapidly increas
ing. , Of this trade the United
States has but a small share at
present, about $1,000,000 worth,
the principal item being Kero
Korea has for many centuries
been a cause of contention be
tween Oluna and Japan. A
century before the Christian
era China took control of it and
held it until about the . com
mencement of the sixteenth
oentuary, when the Japanese,
with a large army drove out tbe
Chinese and held the country
until 1627 when the Manchus
people of Manchuria drove them
out and again pluced Korea un
der the vassalage of the Chinese
empire, where it remained un
til 1894 at the close of the late
war between Japan and China.
Japan then assumed a protector
ateship over Korea until 1897,
wheu to plicate the ''great pow
ers" Japan recognized its inde
pendence as an empire, rather
From the days if Peter the
Great of Russia, ' that country
Dr Moore submits tli 1 following
article, (mm the Journal ol Osteopathy
ecauees it shows the possibilities of
this treatment in what are usually
classed snrSical caws; "I do not know
from personal experience just how
much osteopathy can do in cases of
malignant tumors although a number
of such chbos have been reported as
cured under our treatment, hut fatty
tumors can often Minos be quickly nod
easily removod. I have been success
ful in removing a number of fatty tum
ors by osteopathy treatment. The
length of time required nsually depemls
upon thesizo of the tumor. A large
per cent ol fibroid tumors can also he
removed hy osteopathy treatment.
1 do cot claim anything for the osteo
pathy who thinks be can remove a
fibroid tumor by manipulating the
lutnor. Yoii cannot disiutegrato a
fibroid tumor by direit manipulation
of the tumor and bring about its ab
sorption. Yon must change tne forces
that are building It. I mnke no claim
for tho osteopathy who gives a general
treatment in thesa cases.
8uch people would twist your neck
for sclatics, raise your clavicle for lum
bago, rotate your anna and legs for
bronchitis or try to ililata the foramen
of Miib1ow in a case of gall s'unes.
Such people always fail because they
have failed to compoeheud the science
of osteopxthy. Toe osteopiih who re
moves a llbrolil tutnor must do so by
securing a normal nerve and blood
Tho gnl Iwok says, "The blond is
the lite." Iir. A. T. Still raid. "A
natural How of blood Is liealt'i and
disease is the elicit of local or general
ilixturbance of blood ,' You funnel
!.ne a natural How o blood utiles- the
nerve ii llnenio regulating it is normal
I'he blood vessels nutsi be unoh.tructcd
and the circulatory system in a he ill l
We were taught by Dr. A. T. Still,
the father ol oneopathy, that a lnnte
per cent of ;tliiroid minora ran bo re
moved by our treatment. There ar(
hundreds of osteopaths in the tlrbl to
day who can testily that this teaching
is absolutely correct.
The osteopath who has treated a lew
ol these cases ami failed has no right tn
say that osteopathy is a failure in tout
or cases Deciuse an osteopath ha.
lallej In any particular kind of ases, he
has no right to assume that he repre
rents all thvtr is in osteopathy and
therefore osteopathy Is a failure In such
The fact is n. Iwo osteopaths treat
alike. Osteopathy it no, a series ol
movement 1 or manipulations learned
and practiced by all osteopaths.; .One's
has been struggling, planning
and sometimes . fightihg for a
sea port that was not closed in a
great part of each year. The
Bcxer troubles in China gave
her an opportunity to get a lease
upon Port Arthur iu Korea and
a pretext to keep troops in
Manchuria for a short period.
This alarmed Japan : and ever
since she has been industriously
organizing her army and build
ing a large modern fleet with
the determination that if Rus
sia did not . withdraw her sol
diers from Manchuria and Port
Arthur she would drive hr off
from the . coveted positions.
Russia declining to do this
Japan declared war. .
If Japan wins she will again
become master of Korea and
Russia will have to retiro from
ManchuHd and Japan will be
come the dominant power in
the Orient with its 500,000,00
people. If Russia wins she will
be the owner of a sea port that
that dnes iut close, have per
manent ownership of Manchur
ia, be practically the lord of
China and Korer uiiJ the auto
crat of the Oriental trade that
the nations of the west have
contended for for five hundred
There has been an unusual
number of inquiries for vacant
houses at this office the past
two weeks, iu each instance
parties finding it difficult to
obtaiii vacant dwellings.
March came in like a lion
and did you note how gentle
and lamb-like it departed?
ability as aD osteopath depends upon his
knowledge of the human body, his cul
tivated sense of touch, his conception of
the science of osteopathy, his mechunic
al skill, and last but not least his com
The following cases art among the
number that I have successfully treated :
Case I. . Mrs. MitDonald, age forty
two, associate editor of the Western
Christian Recorder, Macon, Mo., Hard
fibroid tumor, live or six inches in
diameter, attached to the uterus, ten
years standing; dyspepsia and constipa
tion ol twenty live yearB standing; ir
regular, painful monres since puberty .
Seven month's treatment removed
the tumor and cured all other troubles.
Up to date there has been no return of
any of these troubles. Menses are reg
ular and normal.
Case II. Mrs. M , Parsons, Kansas,
age thlity one. Intru-uturlne fibroid
tumor, seven or eight inches in diamet
er. She had known of its presence for
about five yoir. This c ise was treated
with drugs by a number of medical
physlciauB. X-ray treatment was also
given a fair trial. Tbe tuutor seemed to
thrive under all previous treatment
and an operation was urged.
1 have treated the caFe atwut four
mouths and urn ntlll treating it. The
t'tm ir has been reduced more than one
half and the patient greatly relieved.
1 hope for 11 complete victory iu this
Care III- Mra G , Parsons. Kausa.
Ovarian cyst, two o-trs rt-n :inj;. a'n.ut
four inches in tliamcti-r. Case imip
cur, d in three mouths.
Case IV. .Miss tir-ice H:ny. I'ar,eons.
Krusas. Fibroid tumor about four
Inches In diameter. Before coining to
me this case line" had iibout to years
medical and eUc'riatl treatment.
Patient war very weak and neruons and
vert much discouraged. Osteopathic
treatment cured the case in six months
thne. Mxty treatments iu all were
given iu this esse." Journal of Osteopathy.
La Grande, Oregon.
Cjndtondby Sisters of St. Franct
Select boarding and day school for
Acadenvo, FrvpaMtory and Ktned
garton courses are conducted on the
same principles as those pursued in
our sohools ol Philadelphia.
Mtl'ic and painting rrceivj spocia
Letters ol inquiry directed to
. aie not of the ordiuary
There is a certain uobbiness
;j in the. . . ....
i J lOJNd.C
Healthy Apple Trees
In Variety,2Thtilt and Prices.
I can furnish large i:t small orders of Apples iu
my vmiety, nlso throbs, uines, weeping trees and
smnll fruit) Carolina Poplurs, Rlneb Locust, Syta
more, Mulhnry, Calalpa, Linden. Maple, Larch, Birch,
Elm, Atb, lJrivttnud r.ises iu uny variety.
Write for prices to Con. Plant, Box 604, LaGrande, Ore.
W'M. GILPIN'S' GREEN HOUSE
DO YOU WANT 1
CHOICE 1 :
If so, we csi. .
I fine claims in
S HOE EST BE OS.
New & Second-Hand Goods,
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE.
Gardinier Building . . FIR STREET
1fn4fiy I uw
With our in w iii-K.,lnte I'lnni we are in a
Position to turn .,ut ti e l.est 0f work. Shor
Order wmk h sp i iity. rhone No. 185
Call us up i.inl our w ... 01, will cull.
PHONE . iS5i
A Two Liglu Electrolier
Umpire style co. te ith etched glass
shades and all . t acl. - cuts put up iu
ytar residence t'ct .'.o.
Se samples in o' - w:t . v.
La Grande Light Power Co
& Marx" Clothes
lthat appeals tn every stylish man.
These are decidedly '"young men's
clotbef." TLvy have dash you
admire your own appearance if you
wear one, Along with up-to-date
clothes goes fine shoes We have
tbem in the Flotsheim ma'te, the
dressiest and largest stock in town.
Let us show you.
J. M. BERRY
RR CLAIM? I
R. - atlc
Wish to aunounoethatspn
! Saturday February ,27
' they will open a first olass J
J Meat Market iu the old I
I Stand " :'"';'''?:
I "THE BOSS"
Corner Railroad & Fir St,
We will always keep ou ;
hai.d a good stock of fresh ;
and smoked meats, sau- J
sage.-, tiah and poultry,
S and will he glad to meet
S oil my old patrons and
J as many new ones. All I
orders will receive our J
prompt attention.' ' J
Phone 4gl ' . r
Four of a kind is a ctt7 goml lianil
at car-Is. But at ih hutt her's lifl tlio
kind ttiat counts, not the four. Wo keep
only one kind of nicit, tho kind that's
fresh, healthy, tmi.ler and lu i-y.
Buy your steakd on 1 clinpn Ihtp, and
they'll always he right. Our (lock is
well-fiid mid p' opcrly eared for. Conse
quently our tneiit hits a tlulicious fliivor.
Bock & Thomas
TBE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS.
For quick relief from Biliousness,
Sick Headache, Torpid Uvort Jaun
dice, Dizziness, and all troubles aris
ing from an Inactive or sluggish liver,
DeWllt'i Little Early Risers are un
equalled. They act promptly and never gripe
They are so dainty that It Is a pleasure
to take them. One to two act as a
mild laxative; two or four act as a
pleasant and effective cathartic. The
are purely vegetable and absolutely
harmless. They tonlo the liver. -
pit par id onvr mr
Be C. DWHI & Co., Chleatfn
For Sale by all Druggista
I would like all my old frieiid and
ctiBtoir.ers to know Hint I have rent
ed a portion of A. J. Wehb.s feed
and will bo found tl ere for business
with llrst-i-hisH n'gsand good ai como
dations, I Bill also board horses by
ihe month. Horses bough', sold
G. W. ALLEN
tn the sky comes
dots tor thut tlnm,
, A to the weak and
v weary despon-
arh that bjK.-Vi u
Is unable to do for
Itself, even if but
minnll.. si.. . .
lUlCeS Of dlPMttnr, . nrl
does tho work ol the M
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while wmy
in. mtlamed muscl&i IB ,i M
u inemoranes ol that m ,,.
ergan are allowed to IA
.u nwi. ii cures
palpitation of Ihe heart.
nervoua dyspepsia end lM
all stomach troubles by t''i
Fniyir ana t ",
atrongihenlnr the (lands, LiV
membranei of ik v i
eealr. SI. 00 Stn koHhw 3 - -Ike
Mai wkM sSHtSl
For Sale by all DniggiiU