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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1904)
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It ' III) living or. o of freedom ""and
of nationality. And goal as It ia lor
the people at large. It Is equally good
lor 'be pe .pie I Utah.
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Maru ili- Aug.- 27 Ar. a remili o(
tbe strike c f tilr and dock l b r
er nil foreign alnp. ail J today with
out citig if. Tne h'p ownera heve
ULtifitd I he prehc; il M I'teil'iDUOi
to yield t ' the demandi ul iheamk
tra no tiinttir whit 'he ti n quenci p
may b . .
w.n til t'le ileliunnoj eUudt--k
n b l tip nm'ua it ii- ai.it! that thr
If-dttt ul the tlrikiig i!i en laborer?
iv Ii bpgin nfgoliat'.ors linking to
sililrmeul in winch ihey b? w 1
lit (j to make concetrioo.
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- SHIPPING POINT
That Klgin ia one of the important
wtol hipp:ng points in ibis paitol
Ii e tlate ia ri ven by Ihe foil. .wine
fi;nnH, hicli The Bee r" r ntuitiid
Ihioupti Chaa Prctb'Hl I . k keeper
fi r I he Hgin Foiwaiding Co
The wool aeaann b'gan tiiia year on
li e Otn ol J to -! on bich date the
tir-t load arrived llom Wallowa ooui t
and continued until the 10 o ol the
rseut uiontb.. During this period
there was baled and shipped 2,752,
104 poundaof well. Engaged in haul
i g this wool wire on an average leur
t au men, whnae wages rnnged from
91 per day for truckers to 1(4 50 par
(lay for riadert and baler forenier. A
lilarw at th -" figures lndinattB that
Klg:n iii one of the principal wool
thip pii g centers of the Eaattrii por
tion of thi! Mute, and lhat the wirk ol
banding it U quite an imporiact iteir
in the hunineM irriufttrice of the town.
J U flngg, one of the BucoeB'fu)
farneis of the Flat, waa a visitor at
tbe print shop Tusadny. He br.d just
Hu shed threshing his wheat and ol
tained a yield of 10 bushels por acre.
Tbe variety waa "forty fold."
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Iuterlor
Land OlBce at La tiruocte, Oregon
July 18, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that tbe fol
lowing named utttler haa tiled notl e of
bla intention to make final proof in
support f bis claim, and that said
proof will be made before tbe Register
and Receiver of the U S Land Office, at
La Grande. Oregon, on Sept 7, 1904,
v.z.HFNo. B67b, Henry Dean, of
Btarkey, Oretri.n, for the N NWW
Hee 20 & NEW IH, Tp 3 S, H :(G
E. W M,
He names the following witnesses to
prove biB contiuuom residence upon
nnd cultivation of said land, viz: Kd
ward M Coombs, Harvey F Ilriggs,
WinUeld S .McMillan. Henry Ilay. of
Hturkcy, Oreg.m. K w Davist Hfgister.
NOTICK t-OK 1'ljHLlCATION
Uepartint nt of the Interior
Land Oirtce, l.a Grande, Ore.,
July Iff, 19(M.
Notice Itt hwrfby (riven that the fuliuwinK
named iclller liai filed untice of bis inteutiun lu
litake Jlnat tiriul in suoimri of hiicluim. and Lli .t
Haiti proof Will lie in tide before the itogUter
aim ituceiviTm irie i; f u-m umce at ia
O ran tie. ()rckcin.on ;iihum :il V.M.. vit U ENo.
KI67, Uhkc Hatrin, of Iaii (Jruude Oruuon.forthe
8 W J4 HKli M?l lull , K!i NWJi, NE4
nvtTtioii in. luwiitiiiiu ,mi, a. wJUin, KUiue no.
37 R W .M.
lie uaintH the fullowina wltucNtteH to nrove bis
COtillt uuiiat rei-iiiciice iijuiii and cuttivation of
Haul land, via: fc-riiest II IK-IaiIih, XkU bntrop,
Frank riliultttroui, Ikn HhiiUtiom of llllitard, Ore,
r v . jjuvim, kuk uiicr.
The Observer Does all
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Horses Have Typhoid.
There aeema to be an epidemic ol ty
phoid fever anions, farm horea in a?v
Vial aentiona of the country at the
I rcaent time and according to repor'e
alifgenumher of animal have alio
enmbed to the dineaee. In Umatilli
counly a number of horeea were af
I' i ted in a mil I form and only a very
few oaaea have proven fatal. Other
reotiona of eastern Oregon however,
have been leas fortunate in thia ra
cpeot, farmera losing many valunble
In the Prc-fonlfc oount'-y, in Walla
Walla county there, it laid to be al-
mot an epidnnio ol typhoid fever
iimo ig fork horaoa, reauiting in the
lsola large nu bur of animal,
fi'onohitia ia alo very common tbia
y nr in Borne locaHlee,
NOl'KJE OL1' FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice la hereby given to all whom
it may concorn. that Christian W
Murphy, haa llled her fiuai account
aa auminiatratrix ot toe eataie of
Thomaa N Murphy, tluceaaed and the
County Court of Union county Oregon
haa aet Tueauay, the Hlh day of Sept
ember, A. Li. 1IKJI, at two o'clock i' Si
lor tne nearing ot sm n report.
Chrlatiuu V Murphv.
Hk -r City, Aug. 27 Monri'. Albert
Hiudrom, Thomaa Moore, and other
1 over Burnt river c'-ittlpnwnera cloaed
t n rale yentetday in thia city of their
i' fut (wo and tliree-yenr-nld ateera and
?J owe, atoiit 20 oar Inada in all, to Car-
' liton Brotiera, of Seal'la, delivery in
.i -xv B.ikcr City to be made on Auguai 6.
2 $ La Grande Youth Killed
lieep tearing or wrenohiug pains!
occasioned .by getting wet ttirouKh;
woiae when at rest, or on first movinjr
mo 1IUIUB UIIU IU CUIU Ul UUIlip WUUIU
er, is cured quiokly by Ballard's Snow
Liniment. Osour Olcson, Gibson City
llli. ois. writea, heb Iti l'J02: "A year
ago 1 waa troubled with a paiu ill my
ba k. tt soon got ao bad I could nut
Dend over, uno bottio or uaiiard'a
Snow Liiniment cured me." 2:c, SOo
l 00. Sold by Newlin Drug Co.
Dr. 1' A CHARLTOiN
Oflloo at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Uraudo, Oregon Fhoue 1361
Kesulence phone 701
I have pit rt'b. need the SPO
KANE CAl'E mid it is my in
tention to iiinke n" spociul effort
to plt-nse tlio I'ai uiers, In oidei
to do thib I have decided to
furnish a speoiul meul Saturday
of each week whicli I cull the
Farmers' Diuner. This meal
will include till that, the market
afford? utid will he served iu
regular family style. This will
be the beat meal ever offered in
La Grande for 25 cents. When
in the city cull at the Spokane
The 1'irtlnnJ Morning Oregonian
givea tho following acoiunt ol the
dealb of Uic'iard H. Oroaaen of thia
l'.? t'ft ' the Wi.rliln Fair:
Loui M- Au 25 T "3dy Cale and see exurtly how good a
jf ' Richard H. Crosaen aged 20, oi La j meal you call buy lor 25 cents,
p. Ora.nde, Or. who waa fatally injured REMEMBER we pay cash
' while floating on Ins back. Tuesday I , ... i , ,
i i.i .u. . . for butter, eet;s and chickens.
. night iD the Natatirium amniniing 'b
:taukwben a 14-year-uUl hoy dived
s head. foremost ih o the water landing
J F Johnson.
tipon OrOfB n'Batomach, knocking the "
I H litter unoonacinua and cnti'iug ii jur- A CROWN!
. jj ios from whioh he died last uiglit, at
; i; the City Hopial aa today turnul
i . over to me ucmner lor an ioquet.
The pntioe waa aearohing for the by
jL r who Injured Oroeaen. At t.li time of
' tbjaccidnut it waa not tboulit Croa
,' :' B- n waa badly hurt, aa he waa M i to
' i.- olimb from the p ol tinarsiati'd ami 0
dome. ; Or jraen came to 8t. I.ouis
from La Grande Augunt 19, anil re-
. ', aided with Ilia brother, Leroy Cronaen,
, ' at 2240 Washington avenue.
: -. ; The Sixth Rosolutlon of the olal
;!fnrm adopted by the Kepnbllotn
State Councotion hue condensed the
111 yea s ot history which the Kepubli-
cuu party has made.
"Hepuhli uutsill, the glory of tho na.
linn that it ia saved; which haa ma le
nun,., this country a world powe', ha cirriod
rtV . f retd um and self reapoot to millions of
., idowntro ldeo . people la the West
idieaand in the Phllippinae, he
M n n " 'd nation respected end deferred
' " X-.wat before, hn male
foremost nation of
. lal right anil
A CROWN I
A CROWN !
A piano of many tones and
all of them appeal to tbe culti
vated taste. You have the
piano tun", the harp, guitar,
banjo, mandolin, zither, auto
harp, cello, and many other
tones at your command when
Tfie La v
you have u
Tin- handsomest of those ins
truments, mnke nn impression
upon i vory nun who sees them,
and the price is very moderate.
Write tie lor catalogue
EILERS PINO HOUSE
' SiOSBl,ond Washington St.
" V ; . " ;l' Port Ini. !, Oregqn.
The plarf win-re instrumentr
are Bbeet bn l in crenlest var
iety! prices lowsi, tern 9 of pay
ment fiodertiio, ,'iml treatment
fairaud most cnuitoous.
Kinds of Job Work
Island City, Oregon
Breeders of BERKSHIRE and FOLANDCHINA
Young stock always on hand, and always glad to
have you call and see our hogs, as we brerd them for
the Farmir, and ask you to compare our paices before
buying some where else.
We have now two fine young Berkshire boars on
hand, July pigs ready for use only 20. For short
We want your Hay and Grain
AND WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET" PRICE
We will take all you have, no matter whether it is
only a few tons or if it is several hundred tons.
We want all the hay in the valley and then some.
A. V. OLIVER
WHOLESALE and RETAIL HAY and GRAIN DEALER
Half a Carload of I
New Wall Paper. I
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We have just received half a car load of the newest
and latest wall paper. Half a carload mean? 20,000 2
rolls. This is more paper than any one firm ever
thought of bringing into this county in a single season. 9
This paper te ell for sale and moat be sold this season. We g
have brought two Brat olaas paper bangers direct from Chicago, .
bo are wltboat doubt the moat eklilfnl workmen In Eastern '
who, with tbe flvc first olasa P 1 hangers already la oar em. v'
ploy, gives as tbe beat, working ' n the Inland Empire.
Stackland & McLachlen
PAINTS. 6IL2S AND GLASS J
! WHITE ROSE
h milled with the idea of pleasingvery dealer's high. B
olass trade-custo, who appreciate quality. The B
j name of the Pioneer Flouring Mill Co. guarantees re- D
liability and highest grade in every sack of flour n
I bearing tbe White Rose brand.
Pioneer Flouringi Mill Co.
Take Care of Your
I i-:n t.
ry irom rz loflO for male deei heads h
led according to ,1 1 ... .(;..., n.,
, , " on nijueo noes on Dacit
of neck and hea I ,how where to rip the akin. To blee 1
vour i7iiiia nut t. i i
" "jnguiaraa low down aa poealbl ;
"over cm the throat. Commence to akin by making a
cut from the hose of the horn to back ot the head
thence down the biolr nl (h i. ... ., .
ro., . ... . . . """""""P m snoiiuera
rom the ho.e of the horns her, li J "ork the "kln carefully awiy
afterwards remove the flesh' w lint he W?? uJ1 ' nt ,uose
the outalde and raiae up tl e eve, H to Z , f re?:'.h"1 ran tu8 Haer " rrul"
reached whi. h i. near h "orn of , h .?ld 0,,"",K " h eD '" 'lit ia
with the point of the kn fe , tl .M":,"Sk.l.he 8llin"t,of
1 1 1, 1,1.-1. ' 1
tne lip also nil
your work Is allelost
n ), ,
drying the skin keep it trZ wrinHil''0,"'' mTe,th8 U'",er J ta"
reasonable prices "rinaimg 1 will i!0 mount your trophl
through and expose the teeth i n. fi f. '8. mo,,t
th, oartilege on tbe no.,. Ku t . the h,&ck ""'ng on
the ah.rt iTi ,.' n neavily and roll nnfor 9J
Use nothing but U .'?'!" "T. ?'"!.'" -hade your work ' 1. a eloni
work the brain out the hole at back nf l,.T c 0,Ltbe head as Pneeibleniul
drying the akin keep it from wrhikl,., i"d M!Te.the un,ler Jaw bones hen
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of Second Hand ft.- o -,
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