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GRANDE EVENING :1:BSiRVEj?;
Vf LLiME III
LA GRANDE. OREGON. WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1904
FULL OF MONEY
La Grande Man D scovcrs a Cave in the
Mountains in which there ere 6000
Pounds of Good Honey If;
baa jnt returned from St. Prahorg d ,r la the mire-category of fuunv
und rep .rta that the Russians are mak. Dittril .,, h. . ,.;. , ..,.
Ing flnanoinl and other arrangemeuts ot oniovod h .nr th,. ri. t
f raBve years campaien against the mi re duced lu recent v.ars.
Japanese. They believe tb it the nati
ooal resources of Russia
to wenr oat tbe Japanese
rill be able
On Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5:30 J
'clock Master Lynn Wri.ht celebrat-j
ed bis seventh birthday, by entertain- j
ing at a merry afternoon partv, thirty j
of bis young friends - ; j i
Tbe invitt d .aaeiti' were the.,Mi8Bes : j
Ruth Ardrcy' Bulda Anderson, He'eu ;
B.irilett, Stella llodmer, Alioo Hill,
There is a reason for nil this; it is a
biut the only play of its cl iss that is
exclusively original both in regard to
its ohar-cter and in tbe manner of its
In tbe matter of
""t" The next rognlar dar.ee to bi glv,ii
by tbeC mmoroial Club will be on
In.irtieii, oieua uoamer, auoo mn, . nil i r
Mildred and Ruth Hays, Gertrude : ItS KelatlOn tO UlSeaSe.
A :re full of boo v. snld to contain thnn.h u creat deal of it la-old and Hoffmier. Bessie Allison. Ethel Von-1'
6 X founds has been discov. r,d near eiil.er partially or who Iv crystalized, nor, Mav Nell, Francis 'I nomas, Fran- Whenever auy portion of the body
' tie had wa'ers of H creek In the thllt Prt ,,,Ui-d in tu0 0Hfilf of the ' cla and Verna Smith, Gladys Miller, is injure I a swelling appears at the
4 rim mountains The find w' s made! iaT being a s-lid maes of uusar and. Agues and Jean Grant, Dorothy Ha. : point of Injury and the first Impulse
a'-h r flmKaoo'bv Ihomaa U.av rlonJ'ooinb. i V ? S ' '? worth, Margaret Boorey, Irma Matin. of the injured one is to press that part
ot Lu Grande. V Miltvine vat with
Mr. Ilavorton on thla ouiinif and ao
cord naly claims partoreili in the ilia
04 ery. The two men say they bave a
small old And Tb 'y will gather the
lurfi ili'pifit und soli it to the markets
ill tl: larger citiiB of Oregcn
Anotlnr i.'teroRtinir featnte is that -and Ethel Wright. Masters: Clayton . so as to restrain the pain.
thee are two kiuda of boney found in Initle, Wilson Robinaim, Prank Ho'm, l-hoy stubs his toe tbe first
the deposit. Fit a couple of feet Pnl Camp' Donald Sargent, H .ward
f on the opening lb- bon-y tins a diff
erent taste and HppfiTa'ice fr'-m that
found further back. This fret is ex-
and Pained by the supposition, tint the
bees have been recon'ly drawing a
Ki har.la in, Kenneth t'arpy, and Ken
neth Bar lo t
Be Mrton Is a hunter and prospector P" """f supply ir m tna aog-
who I as been camped at various places " boo' '""ds Bn'1 lactory at L.a Grande
in ll'o Blue mountains duiing th: tote the honey was marie Irom
simn er Hever,il days ago while h" wild a"nera and blossoms of th
huni ing along the headwaters ot Fly mountains. ,
oree, a smal) stream taking Its i'art
near he base of Mount Ruth, many i iiA PA'IMTV
milt? io the southwest ot L Grande, UNlUi U. JIN I I
bo cnnie apou a awar i of bees working
in an out am n a pile of rocks. i
oil prospector, wlio is also
in of a beehunter,
Oregon tate Fair
Tickets will be on sale at th O. R.
& N. ticket office In this olty for the
Oregon State Fair Sept. 8, 10, and, 15
The rate will be one third fare for the
some in ot a Deeuunter, socnieu
h me., un I made an iuvetUatiou. He
fontlil thnt nn nttllRlinllv larL'A cnlonv
r,f he,-., van 1 naterl in ,'ha cleit of the 0 M P ia De,s fr lu
J F flir, deputy ahi-rilf of Unl'-r
ountv, arrived in the city to 'ay with
The removal of the njiau.erB was or
de ed I'.v Judge E:ik;n on account if
the movinj of tho county sent frum
Uni n to I a'Orran 'e Tho iriwneri
arc lioo. Sullivan, Thos. Utady, C H
Barnhart, Harry" S-riith, Geo. White,
KYe'Di io Jjino? Mod ary and
Frank Foster. Tlicy are n l chimed
wit bu lary i xenpr Ha nil B't forcU
tle stealing and Uirrv Smith for lr
c n y in a i uild uk Tlioy uill b" kopt
liei'i' lint 1 the nniv ( ouit House and
jail iacumplitcil ut I.a(irn l.-. Depu
ty herifF l'h alone brought theoight
m-n up fr :u Unionand had no trouble
Shoriff Kr. wn will look aft -r their
iniTiirrtn h; hia ima elrv until thev are
. The log, if the supposition la trie 1 or ri tn ne.l to La Grande. Her
was buried in the landi'lid and, a'd -
rook -and that there was evidently a
l irge 'tore of ho. ey hidden there.
Al or n great deal of trouble and
worl. 'ho colony nas smoked out and
b-ok n up and Hie treasure nnrar'ne I.
V he i tho In-go sioue'- that had served
ai ai oieoing foi tho mountain hivo
had I e n removed,, it was (oui.d that
tliay hid b mouth of a cave roU;hl
e tin.at d to he about six feet join.',
four 'ect wido and throe feet high. Th i
cure is 'ippareuily the Tjavity left by
the I'u ing away of an old log, as it is
V th. foot of a cliff on ground evident
ly Jefirsited at sometime In the past
il a i id-lidj frm t e bij;h m untain
a jov .
rntti 'l?, formed the cavity which au
latrn found by the boon and a ilized.
It t. comput d that tb re is at least !
iXX) oonds of boney in the cavo,
All members of County Central
Committee and Local I.a Grande are
I urged to attenda meeting in the Lewis
Building. Tuesdav Evening, he. tern
be r 13, at 8 o'clock. Business of im
portance. Bird F Lewis, Sect
Poil 1 1, Sept. 3 A prominent banker
Alien and Schoonhoven In tie
Cove September 6th, 1901, at. tbe borne
of the bridea parents Mr and Mrs G
E Uorpe. Mr Iruman Allen and MIes
vlnrie S. hoonhoven. by KeV P B Hays
pastor of the Presbyterian ohurcb of
La Grande. Many friends were pre
sent at the ceremony which was fol
lowed by a reception. Tbe yonng people
are held in tbe bigbt of etteem. Tbei
wi I make their borne in the G. ve.
Hoyt's Best Comedy
"A Texas Steer" which iacons'der
ed Hoyt's 'est comedy cornea to Stew
ard's Opera House Wednesday Sept 21
It ia the mo t inte eating laugh prt
06R FALL STYLES
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bave just received a small shipment of our FALL STYLES of COATS
and SUITS. If you expent to buy a rJUIT. it. will pny you to look our line over,
as it will be to your advantage and you will bu uure to got the RIGHT THINGS.
The Chicago Store
THE BUSIEST STORE IN TOWN
Adams Ave., La La Grande, Oregon.
doei is to take Srm hold of it. Why?
Th re is an Instinctive feeling lti!a
him that he can lessen the pain. A
good Arm grip on the toe does lessen
tbe pain. It rest-aius the rushing of
the blood into the injured tissue and
tbaa lessens the Internnl presanre on
tbe nerve endings. The action of the
boy in grabbing bis to
to the piiiposoful movements of a
brainless frog when trying to tub off
some 1 ritant material piacod on Its
leg by an experlmontor in the pbyai ,
ology of tbe n-rvoua system. It is
dono without thinking aud is there
Whe'i we hive the stomach. ache,
w at do we do first? Bond forward
unp presn bard nguinst the pit of tbe
stomach. Thin reatra ns the pain nnd
it la the exp rienco of iniiuy people
that, it gives relief Examples could
bo multiplied proving that solf-manl-pnlution
by pressure is in-tiuctivo.
Now let us look at tho loveran effects
of iTOfifUro, or rather prodanro intens
ifl daud Iouie continued If ia the
universal expert nee of tirtnlcind that
au extr mity nn a-m i.r a leg "gooi
to s'oop" when retail. ed in n cramp, d
posit. ou or hung over the hack of a
ohalr or edge of a soat. Wh it caused
ti e peculiar phenomonon we designate
as "going to sleep?" Kvcrybedjr
knows It is c;iued by pro sure. . nd
what do wo do to got re let Komove
the iT'Sauro. Pressiro restrained the
clr.nlutloll of the iim a a well aa the
nerve in pulsus wh:ch stionld have
pasirod freely io its extremity. rnotli
er : oiut: Whore did o fool too elfo t
of the prea tire? Not at tho point
nil re It was applied but at (ho ud of
tl e limb, the fir gers or toes.
A nerve-bundle coutaiua r.o ve
struud hich govern uiolio-, aeusn
lion und soar, tiuu In thn ur u of its
dislriliiition. I reasiiro, if i; I' nao.
restrains .11 of those no I in I ' i - case
t of (be "s'eoping fo t," wo cauuot
stnnd on it, or 1 avo a ua uni fi-olii'g
I in it, until the prosai c l removed
and the nerve impuhus nro rua orod.
Why didn't we etimu'atc tliu a im
pulses with drug? The cuuto of the
trouble was so plain that in tlnct act
ed instead of false tcacliiu. . -.j...
Every nerve-bundle In tho wily has
tbe same functions a-i'tliose to the ex
tremities. It matt' ra nut whether
the stomach, lungs, or extremities aie
considered; motion, sonant ion aud se
cretion in all pii'ts are uudur the con
trol of the nervous system.
Fvery disease known to mankind is
simply a picture of tbe chniitee
wrought in the function of uerve
atrrnda and tbe tissues totitrolled by
Piessore is a laro factor in tbe
causation of diaeas. Toe examples
jaat stated wbioh are cotrimon to
everybody are iulllo ont to linll. nto to
tbe average reader that a i-ystoin of
medicine based en the study of th
structure and tnnotlou of the body has
a breadtb of appihatiob V.I1I1I1 far out
strips anything bleed upon mere drug
action. Remove tho pressure is the
keynote of the Osteopathic cyatein oi
medicine. The application of tiiis
principal requires a kuowlodge of the
normal human bjdy uich exceeds
that required of any other school of
medioine. Probab:y the reu-on (.lateo
pathy hai become so po,uUr Is tbe
fact that tbe averug to no who r. ns. ns
notes tue largor fact i jiirt mmitiotied
and then makes tbe loyitiumlo deduc
tion that when mut. n, 60osation or
aeoretion it aisturbed io any p rtiou
ol bis nody, be it lung, boweia or ex
tiemitles, it ia due to a change in the
nerve Impulses and the circulation,
these two reacting upon each, other,
and both being subject to varying
pressures. To relieve permanently is
a question of correcting pressure.
That is the business of the Osteopath
ic phyalcian. Osteopathic Health.
' Dr. Moure, S immir Lldg.
In The District Court of The
United States for The '
District of Oregon! j
Noti.vo . f Hi
J Ing of I red
To the Creditors of Mary M. Cald
well, of Elgin, in the county of Union,
a'ato of Oregon, Bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given,' Tt at on the
Hirst day of Feptembe-, 1WW, the said
Ma-y M. Caldwell nnaduly adjudloated
a I'ankrupt, and that the t irst Meeting
of the Creditors will I e held at the
otliceot he undersigned, In La Grande,
Oregon, on Monday, September 18th.
1!X)I, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of morning on important
tnldday, at which time and place said
creditors may ' attend, ' prove their
claims; appdnt a Trustoe, examine
the Bankrupt, and transact euoh o h'r
business as may properly crme before
said meeting. Twenty O.e centi must
a'joompany eaobolalm filed. ..
Dat-d at La Grande . O egi n, Sep
tember 6th, 1904.
Rofer-e In Bankruptcy.
( Sept. 7 9) " '
) Dalit i f. -M.rv .', : t- j r,, .
The city i-ouucil meets ton'ght One
1 v" t h. r..l..l.l il ....
is comparable - ""-y wm nave
w tviiw.iu.niu in mq UlC.I.10n OX a
mayor to succeed mayor ' foiey who
will hand In h a resignation at this
Thursilay night of this weok
A marriage liaceuse waa Issued hy
tho oounty clerk last evenlm to F it
Berry and Miss Carrie Worahum, both.
of Union. .-..:;.;:-,:-'.
A T Hill aud S N BdtJD have re '
turned from their outing up ti e rlvor.
They walked from Prospect ranch to
Hllitard and .you should hear th.nn -giro
a description ot the a enerr,
Mea-era McUall and. Hull who went
with tnom returned a few days betoio
them. . . , . .
Mr P E Enloe.went to Joseph this -
business. . '.
Assessor Morton expects to hare tbe
tax roll completed and ready to turn
over to the county clork by the mid
die of next weak.
The county board ot equalisation ,
whl.th oon lBta ot the judge, clerk and
assessor will bi in session all next .
weak for the purp se of adjusting ns .
ML Cauiey Is preparing v sever l
boxes of choice applos for shipment to
tbe St. Louis fair - Thin fruit wau .
arnwn on tho Sandrlde farm of S liV;
Rlahardson, possihl) h I.e. kno . n ra ..
the . MoHoldrlok place, tut many
years it waa thought that the Said--. :
ridga waa not adapt d to fruit, growing,
but the many fine oominerolal orohar la,
now growing has ex plod, d this theorj .
Tbe first nti'l tuosl iiuj ortun'.
point in fil ing 0m boy-t with n
rthoil auit is WEAR" ; Boon-"
'oray Is only -eco id in import
uuco' In in.ikiiii; our tiolecf .
io is of )m va a li'iol f nils wn lay
etipttriil -ire-'! on Uipsu ointe,
i inl bivi .r -no" choice of tbe
nest proilti-'i tin fir-market we
ure .thu-t eiiii'i.' t lin , beat , i h at
expni ie.iccd .le.sioiiHi'8 and skill
vl w-irkiiiiii Can pto'ltioe at
niily .E iionri-nl I'rl.Miij,
li-tva' K r e I'otitj snilH from
: i. i no p.
Sf.- vvn ll W
rli-'jilay of 11.60
? Advance Styles
Tbe early comers are
) here end open for your
nspeciion. The are in
i'U tbe shapes that comply
iu all i "poets with the
most ex icting dictates of
New Girdle Foundations
- in hi u.-k and White
15c nud 25o
New Clnff hi OolUr Foun
dnti mis, new approved
bhiipert, 15 and 25c
is oils Hip Foriiu, as
sorted colors and izes, 50j
IN jv Ladi s Tailor
Suits and Coats
(Jui Fall purchases iu this department is furaheid
of any of our loriner efforts. Tbe earlier shipments
are coming in and you will agree with us tlint .these
early arrivals are "BEAUTIES." Come in and see
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