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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1904)
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IS RETREATING :
Vithstahdmg the AViserdble Condi
tion of the Roads.
Mukden,-6ept 6-Tbe retreat of LilO Yin j Taktl)
Uoneral Ku opatkln's army Is being jnjon (ttpt. ft Forced by the
oatrled out In good order, deiplte the iu lor llraew 0, hd Jigt, to
terrible condition of the roirie. Long fl, th, mUltA atroagbold
lln.s ol ommlssarlat wagon., drawn ,b4ndoB hBtod,
by t aniln mules, horses and . . . the
Im locks, a e stralnlnK their way north ell bis set pWoe la oroer w teoepf jm
t; in- soaking oo, up main ro.d encircling w.b which
.rnm Venial Behind them come lon( Oama was weaving about bis mj
tiuipsof artillery and baok of iliem Oanenl Kniopatkln is in full retreat
K.... .nn' ,ni The Ja-ar.es" are udod Mukden. Straining every nerve
hanging on Kuropatkln'" flank', keep- j to encompass Bis destrue'lon before
In I he K'isslnns engaiied in A ooutln-: eM1 nt9 , pi409 otialety the Jap-
The Observer Does all
hol res' guTrt aotlori. The progress
of tho repeating er'ny Is e. essarlly ,
tlo but the hoad of the oin.miesarlat
tra r.s h.ve already paasei through
Mukden and are continuing toward
Xbo mtln Japanese army U march
iof t.p al. ng the roads e a' ward of the
Knvhin lines of retreat which converge
at Viukdeu. Another Japanese foroe
is nls headed for Mukden from the
;iomr.l from the direction of Llao
ii Mmhi' Onmi seems to be
n ui.. Mi n fnp Mukden.- Hs evl
hn urAt uiDerlorltr In hum-
k.m unnlall in artillery. As this
eiori th mrraHDondent of the as
soolnted press i an hear the booming ot
the Japanese gnus, fourteen miles
KUROPATKIN'B ARMY SAFE
St . Petersburg, Sept. 7 The asso
. tiMia t nnt.horizel in the name
( t tli gonoial statf to deny the report
of the annihilation 01 noropaiKiu
re guarJ. According to the latest
n.l.l.-na receired no RussUn foroe had
lieen : ut off and it la believed that
thero is little danger of the Japanese
intercepting Knropaikln below Mukden
ansae are praising hard upon him. Ao-1
oording to the latest but uuomoi 1 r
pjrts received aooording to a dtspaten
l.nn Ut Pafciraluinr. KaroMikin eon
tioues the retrograde movement and
ouly the rear guard of bis fleeing
army is engaged.
t.i.n Ynoir ii in the band ot toe
Japanese, . ....
Kinds of Job Work
man nit being: obtained in a natcrsl
way nd is as muoh a part of be body
as any lunotion
Woman Fights Duel
Champion of Oregon
At thednlling 01 1 '-t w mou ocourr-
a I us Bourne on Labor Uay the prin-
("oiple event war the maioh b.tween
MoLeod and Anderson lor a puts 01
$60 It was not so much the pi in
that created an much ioteiest in this
eontest as the fact that it was aoham
nionahlo matob. MoLeod won easily
drilling 27-6 8 ioohei In 16 inljutes
while Aaderacn only drill -a twenty
MoLeod now ola nsi to bi Obim
pion of Oregon and is ready to meet
all aspirants to the honor, It is re
ported that Mr. Ben Wood - of Baktr
City is willing t baek a man by the
name of Madden against lbs obam
nloh for the sunt of $600 and if this
mnnnt la aovared the aontest will
Qi. veston. Tel. Sept. 7 In k pistol
Hxht i.t Bal(iu today two men wrre
hot l a woman.
Tin rouble begin when A. M. Tyler
ana r.'n -M emuuua wi" -
over or If. Both were arretted and probably t pulled off at ome eatly
i. iha i.lal twlnnul fnr- fthla j-
gRVr b 'fids the trial being set (or
Tly mat in the Justio'a oouit and
the wo mho pulled a revolvi-r and
anthontiug Ht Tyler who pr-mp'ly
rttl at d.
It. tho .uailldeTl.rweshtt three
timts ud -oou died. Bob Campbell
an m ifceut bjstander v.a almt
iliroujili the left breaal jurt aoove
heai I. U is lile ib depird ol
Mr Lcuis Oarr Sutherland ot
Well A'a.la a junior member and re
preaei.iative ol Whitman Oollfge is a
till oi in our city today si.l oiling
land fnr that univeriity ol learn
ing. Mr. Bulberliod reports that
. n . ru ir.lnnn and tactics will b'
ti.as.lit tberd lor the flrt time this
)ar tj a Uniied Slates army ofBcer
i nd tliat the entire school is in a
most nourishing o.mdition. T.ie oil -
sens have aubcfib)d lor a gymnasium
' ileptriment and the laot thai $1600 00
ul ti e amount Decenary was made up
in flliuen miuute shows the interest
the pi ople ol that city lke in their
colli t;e and their Intention to make il
do li.en' proud. This is Mr. Suther
laud'e fl.et visit to our city and heei
presuf biniaeil al bemg ohaimed with
its b auty and nearness.
NOTICE OF; PINAL 8BTTLBMBNT.
w. ; u K-..hu clvan to all whom
Murphy, haa Bled her Buat account
aa sum i ii ibmi v. . , i
Thomas N Murphy, deceased and the
UOUnCy UOUn l UIIWU wwmj
... Tnu.i th nth itav ol SeDt-
emb, A. U. lwW, at two o'clock P M
I ...nBHsniiiiiiifiaiiaiBaii IIIIUIBI
t . 1 L. I .. .. .-.t an. h ruriA't
Christina W Murphv.
NOT10B FOR PCBI.I0ATION.
Department of the Interior.
una umoc iiw Jl':v ten.
Notice ! hereby liven that Um ,a""jj
namoa aettlcr iim nira nm ....
to make rlnul pro.il In unport or hla claim,
and that proo" 1?",'. ii .55SL5T
uiiatiT aim r. 1 loll via
It. B. No.TNlS, VarrarelliaMUtMuset. tivrande
Oieg in, wirtowollobn Hmtaingcr. ejaae4.
for Su Ahhkh KS SKK ec. Ii Tp. J a. R.
"lie mm the following wlU.ce. to prove
Keller, i:oo,n bhwt( i
Island City, Oregon
Breeders of BERKSHIRE and FOLAN DCHINA
Young stock always on hand, and always glad to
have you call and see our hogs, as we brefd them for
the Farmor, and ask you to compare our paices before
buying some where else. .
We have now two fiue young Berkshire boars ou
hand, July pigs ieady for use ouly 20. For short
Div Y A CHARLTON
Office at A T Hill's Drug Store
L Grande. Oreeon Fhone Woi
Residence phone 701
An Osteopathic axiom that "tbe
11)0I is the lile ol any tiitue' leade
us to a serious consideration ot our
maimrces In the treatment ol tboe
lornie ol nialuutritioo commonly
pokt-n ol a anrmia. It is a well de-1
moHlrated (act thut suoh oaeea treated
Oeieopthiolly and lakes in time are
twaya b n( fitted and it is a laot
enua'.lv well established that the lid
oho l physioiant ate helpless in these
o.ser. 01 the old-time classic, Iran
li not apl to b- abioibed, and arsenlo
la a poiion antagonistic to animal lile
and prone to caune I. tty degeneration
iosttsd ol stimulating normal pnioeis-
Ti e Ostopalh put nothing tntn
iheejslom to birden Ihe organs ol
eb!ntlon and loaw the subjeel
.weak r in the end. He adjusts the
tneel Inrry ol the body anJ .tlmnlales
do.man loroes into aoileliy. This
lawsiuei loros and strength to per-
We want your Hay and Grain
AND WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKETJ PklCE
We will take, all you have, no matter whether it is
7 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
I WHITE ROSE;
Ts u.illed with the idea el' plfiuiiigevery dealer's high
fl class trade-ousto""--" who appri'ciute quality. The
V name of the Pionutr Pkiurii'g Mill Co. gii;ir.inlees n
D liability and highest grade in every sack of flour
B bearing tbe White Rose bra -d.
P;oneer Flourinoi Mill Co.
l have purchased the SPO
KANE CAFE and it is tny in
tention to muke a special effort
to please the farmers. In order
in An ihiu T Imve decided to
furnish special meal Saturday
of each week which I call the
Farmers' Diuner. This meal
will iuolude all that the market
affords and will be served in
regular family style. This will
Ko that bast meal ever offered in
La Grande for 25 cents. When
in the city call at tbe Spokane
Cale and see exactly how good a
meal you can buy tor zo cents.
REMEMBER we pay cash
for butter, ecus and t hickens.
y . v. . a a a
J r Johnson.
Half a Carload of
New .Wall Paper.
W have lust received half a car load of the newest
nd latest wall paper. Half a carload means 20,000
rods. This Is more paper than any one firm ever
thtwsht of bringing into this county in a single season.
Tbat paper ts all for sale and mast be sold this season. We
hat Uenght two tret elaas paper bangers direct from Chloago,
who are without doubt the moat akHfnl workmen In Eastern
VIU the a, first olaae Pj I banners already In our em.
lloy gleeeae tbe beet working Cm. i ihs Inland Bvptre.
Stackland & McLachlen
Take Care of Your
I will pay from ft! lo(10 lor male den heads ha-.iP
led according to directions. The dotted lines on l k .
ol neck and hea l hn where to rip the akin. To blt'ol
your game cut the Jugular a low down as posslbl i
usver cm the throat. Commence to skin by inaklnit
cut from the hose ul the horn to back ot the head
ihence down ihe tm-k ol the neck to top of slioil'S rs
thi-nw nronnd the side to point of lirlskot, work the Bkin oarelully aw.y
ro m the ho.e of the hnriid. lien the fr is rem hed rut off thone to skull.
afterwards remove the Och wh.nthe eye is reached ran the Bnger In from "
thn outside and raise up the eyolld to avoid cutting It h en 'h9 tcarpit M
rvnenea wni. n is near 10 corn-or 'be cva. wnrt t w 1 n nut nf the cavrv
with the point of the knife h tn thtu nrner of the mouth Is reached r it
.ormwn ano expose ine twin, leave all the black lining on the lip also nn
the eartllctto on the nose. Salt imtvily anil roll up (or '21 hours :hen d'y i'l
the shade Unlem salted well and dried in thn sbmle your work Is al'eliwt
Use nothing but salt Cut as much of the floeh otf the hnnd as posiblm I
work the brain oot the hole at back of bead Shvb the under jaw boons h.n
drying ths skin keep It from wrinkling I will also m rant your trophl at