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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1904)
' Bring your wife and
family to tb Spokane
Oaf tor Dinner.
Your wife will ap.
- pnoiato tha change .
and freedom from the
hot kitchen. You will
all enjoy the meal the
, beat In town. First-
; elaaa aarvica.
J, F. Johnson
Depot 8k La Grande.Or.
The ondenigned has purchased
the basin a known as the Harm
Cash Meat Market and will here
after condnot tbe fame.
We wish to inform the public
that we am prepared to furnish
all kinds of meats, game ana
poultry at the very lowest prices I
oonsistant with first-clae articles
We have our own delivery
and make two trips doily to the
Old Town. Highest market
price paid for all cattle, hogs and ,
sheep. We solicit a share of j
your patronage ana guarantee
the very beat satisfaction.
Phone orders receive prompt
and careful attention.
Harris meat market across the
track. Phone 1601.
TURNER & WALTER
tbs nam uuu rih.
fc amta paHal fram
SMt Hassasns, Torpid Uw, Jun
ta. DUstaase, and all troubles srls
Ing (rasa aa Inaotlvs or alurflak Brav,
DiWW'l IMtls Early RlMn are aa-
Thsy aatsavavetly and mm grips.
Tnaysrsss salsa thstltlseplsssafs
Is teas steas. Oes M two ului
aKM ktaanrei two or fw set aa a
ilunnl etteotlve eaihartlo. laey
an parse vefstaeie ana mvmmamw
iney isms ins over.
aiMits aaw r
C O. SaWin Ca.a CaUaaaJ"
Sm By All Druggists
ARE YOU GOING TO ST. LOUIS
If n, purchase your ticket via the
Do.'ir l&r.ivn (tamm SVhTEMS.
Choice of routes going or returning
8T.PAUL. DENVER, COLORADO
SPRINGS, or PUEBLO.
For rates call on yonr Ineal Ajrent.
Dates'ol sale: June 1G-17-18 Joly 1-2-3
An. H--lU Bepl. o-o-i a-t-u.
For farther Information and sleeping
car. reservations call upou or address
A H Mc Donald
110 Third Bt,, Portland, Ore
Vaults. CessDOols and Well?
All work done by Scavengers
N". N". Mason
Phone 1841 La Grande Or.
T"T 2 And (irmn-
UniVerBlbV mar (i.ale
APPLY rot MTAL05UK C'ources
Hoarding echool tor young men & boys.
Box 348 University Park Station.
13 to'-sMvamBaaasw mmmm A
!t):Cltk FiMJl flavor,
1 ' j'. Mi lHwjh.fcasoMMiPrii
Jl 'l A i err a rrvn
i ; UJB 1 90mm 1 Uf
81NQ8 IT8 DEATH 80NO.
a Poeallar Blr rral tat taw !
tea -mt Soetk Ssteilan.
Tbure la t queer bird lq to luaglss
ef northern Boutb America which It
callerl the "panjf by tbe aaWraa, but
la known to science aa tbe galaslial
curaason. It la chiefly remarkabk) be
cause It alngn Its own death song.
.. It does not really ting, bat makes a
fcep humming noise wblcfe sounds
vary much like the Spanish werta
aioerto esU aqul" (the corpse Use bare).
"It la while ottering this tagobrtoos
chant," aald a South Amerfeaa travel
r. "that the 'paujr naoalty meets Hi
death, for the hunter can then easily
track It to Its retreat, and It falls a
victim, as the Indiana say, ts Us own
If the "panjl" gets sorpldoaa It a
mediately ceases humming, and that la
a sore Indication to tbe banter that
the bird baa seen htm or scents daa
gsr. In such s case tbe only thing fas
the sportsman to do Is to remain per
fectly still. Tbe bird may becasss re
assured after waiting awhile and agate
begin to call, "The corpse lies here." It
can then be cautiously approached and
If it is only wounded the "panjt" an.
ally escapes, though It cannot By mock
better than tbe ordinary domes tie
fowl. It la very fleet of foot and will
outrun the bnnter until it la lost In the
dense undergrowth of the Jungle. '
In the mating season tbe male "panjl"
la the most pugnacious of birds and
will fight Its own kind whenever U
meets them. Often tbe fight ends Is
the annihilation of both combatants '
. OA1RY FARMERS IN LINE.
Sestets ry of Hatlwaal Vafea la Pa-
. vor of Browalow. BUI.
Secretary Charles T. Knight of the
National Dairy union recently ex
pressed himself aa follows concerning
the Browulow bill:
"In company with hundreds of thou
sands of other people throughout the
united Statea I am very much Interest
ed In this bill. I baTe Just returned
from a tour of Italy, France and Bug
land, where I had an opportunity tc
observe the character of the roads In
those countries. Coming borne and
looking over our miserable faellltlef
tor getting around In tbe rural dis
trlcts, I made up my mind that It will
be necessary for this country to do a
European conntrles bare done In ordei
to get good roads L , bays govern
"The National Dairy union la organ
Iced throughout the north In every con
gresslonal district which has any
amount of agricultural constituency.
snd I am drmly of the opinion that the
progressive farmers who are dalrymei
will be in favor of the bill for national
aid. I am so much Interested In Its
success that I am willing to use my In
fluence to have our dairy farmers peti
tion for the passage of this bill. 1
would be willing to give several bun
dred dollars out of my own pocket to
see tbe roads of this country Improver
like those of France.
THE SENSE OF SMELL.
Tbe Aborlfi-lnee off Para Have Pevsa
oped It Weaae'rfallr.
How Infinitely minute must be tas
particles that emanate from the object
which tbe dog is tracking, says the
London Mall. Yet the matter k) ax
tremely divisible. The tenth part of a
(rain of muk will continue for years
to fill s room wltb Its odorlferMia par
ticles and at the end of that time will
not be appreciably diminished ts
welgbt by the finest balance. A coble
incb of air rlBlng from the flame of a
Bunsen burner has been found to con
tain no fewer than 4.000,000 duet pa
tier, A drop of blood which might be
suspended from the point of a needle
contains about a million of rod flat
tened corpuscles. Still, though mattet
Is so marvelously divisible, the olfac
tory nerves are Infinitely more sensi
tive. Much has yet to be Investigated
with regard to the differentiation of
(be points in these nerves so that they
may discriminate with such apparent
ly miraculous accuracy. Yet even the
results In the scent of dogs show bow
marvelously flue Is their discriminating
power. Our sense of smell, unless la
the trained chemist Is not even ss
acute as that of the semlaavsge. Tbe
aborigines of Pern can In the darkest
night and In the thickest woods distin
guish respectively s white man, a ne
gro and one of their own race by the
amell. Much we bare gained by drill
m Hon, but not without some loss to out
bodily energies and senses. Man's r
cupei-Htlve power after an Injury la is
tbe Inverse ratio to bis social advance
ment. Similarly ho seems to beconw
loss acute nnd delicate In the si-use of
mrll as h'.- fures better and lives more
comfortably. The faithful dog pnt
"ilm to shame
Took Him nl Hl War.
In the yenr of 11 the forces of Kins
Alfonu VI. attacked the Moors nnd
drove them out of Madrid. Ii. thl
connection there Is a legend that thi
Secnvlnns. who were allies of Alfonsf,
m& been checked by the snows In th"
mountain passes of Pnenfrla and wer
therefore hite In overtaking the main
(! of the army, which bad sat down
before Madrid. " Sire." they Immured
nl the kins, "where shul! we i-auipr
I.iiiilo llio cliy." i-etiirned Alfonso
with a sneer. lielnK angry with them
became of their taidlness. They tool
, Mio uiiiit at his word, carried the wall
! rid I lie next morning the banner ot
Segnvln was noatliiK from a turret (
he gate of (iiindalalara.
I.riuni." "nld Mr. Kergnson. "this Is
lr Kllii"i!er of llarklnsvllle." the
n.wn where I uwd to live. He's th
,-.l!lor cf t!.e F.rhu. I was telling IlltU
e.. In d t.ie Mi'-f of his paper for the
i,wi ten );,! I'll show them t f ill.
Mr. Klli iv'i-.-cr tliey're"-
"V.h.v. (.i",t." '.nterntp!' ! .dra
l'. ri.iwn. "it., a nirvhnnlral mr n:
tnlk- I oiii-ht to have told you. h-.r-init
U.iry're tiuU'r the dining rooui '
Many Strikers Have Ap
plied for Their 0;d
Jobs and Have Been
Chicago, Bept, 7 Tbe beginning of
the snd ot the a took yards strlks came
early this morning when mors than
1000 strikers applied for their old jobs
and wars 'reinstated. - The men did
not wsit for today's masting ot tbe
allied trades oootsrsnos board, whiob
was to oonalder submitting to tbe
anions lbs question ol whether or not
the strlks would be called off the men
feeling aura that anoh action would
be taken. The offloials of the packing
houses declared that no terms of set
tlement bad been reached bnt the
strikers applying tor their. old places
would be reinstated without discri
mination bat that no agreement would
bs mads with the onions.
In tbs meantime the general sympa
thetic srlke ordered for Wednesday
morning is held in abeysnos as is
also tbs order declaring all meat un
fslr after tonight. Wbl Is the atrikera
refuse to talk it is generally accepted
that a conference between the strlks
leaders and representatives of tbe
paoksrs resulted In an agreement with
tbs Utter to take the men baok on tbe
old terms, on ooodltion the strlks bs 1
oalled oft. Tbs general sentiment
among tbs striking butchers and al
lied trades now ont favors sooept
anos of tbs proposition and a return
Today's masting of the allied trades
conference board resulted In unani
mous Instructions to all the unions
involved lo meet this afternoon and
decide whether to call the strike off.
. A WOMEN IN IT
To Miss Mary MoDonald, head of
the University settlement, is given
tbe credit for reopening Ihe negotia
tions between the packers snd strikers
While she has been openly sympathis
ing witb tbe strikers and aiding tbe
iamilies her good offices were accept
ed by tbe packers who made known
their terms i through her. Upon this
new proposition a referendum vott
will be taken today and tbe vote will
probably be known at 6 o'oloos this
KANSAS CITVBTAVS OUT
Kansas City, Mo, Sept, 7 Tbe
osttle butchers voted this morning,
71 to 11 to stay out, sight other unions
voting on the question. The packers
report a few anion men applying fur
An exception will be made in the
case of the men of all tbe anions voted
out. If Chicago votes In favor of re
turning to work Kansas City anions
will follow suit.
East. Bt, Louis, Mo, Bept 7 By a
vote of 1750 to 511 the strikers decided
te return to work on tbe packers terms
President Donnelly has been noti,
I fled of the result of the decleton.
j GOING BACK AT OMAHA
j Omaha, Neb. Sept 7 In anticipating
tbe end of the end of the strike about
200 strikers applied lor their old
places and 60 were taken back. Of
, tbs three hundred negro union men
't wbo went oat 375 hsvs returned to
' work In the last three days. All are
skilled laborers. ,
Many people who are neglecting aymptoma of
drifting towards Bright' s Disease, which is
Laater V Gray of Boise and Era C
Watkloa of La Grande, Ore; were un
ited In marriage S inday evening at
7 p'olock, at the rsaldenos of the
groom's parents on Grove street, Dr
IF Roach otllolatlng. Boise Capital
The building formerly ooiiipied by
the Salvation army. . For full par
ticulars snd rates inquire ol Mrs
SO Zuber. Aug. 31 1 1
FOR BENT Furnished rooms. In
quire of Mrs. A IS Jones, corner of
Third and Adams Avenue. 6-10
LiOST On tbe streets between the By.
nearson farm and this otty-a child's
red coat. - Kinder will leave at this
office and receive reward. Sept 3.
Owing to ths faot that my cow will
iot be fresh this year 1 desire to
jecurea good cow lor bvrleed and
dare during the winter or possibly
might tiade my Jersey lor a fresh . ow
t or particulars apply at this office.
Feather pillow on road from Starker
to La tirande auiut Aug 1 Under will
please return to ths Obaever Office.
Deep teariug or wrenching pains,
occasioned by getting wet through;
worss when at rest, or on first moving
the limbs and in cold or damp weath
er, is cored quickly by Ballard's Snow
L.iuimeui,. uscar uiesou, uioson uuy
Illinois, writes, reb 10 11)02: "A year
sgo 1 wss troubled with a pain in my
b k. It soon got so bad 1 conld not
bend over. One bottie of Uallsid's
Bnow Liulment cured me ." 26c, 60o
1 00. Sold by Newlm Drug Co.
A passenger department of ths Ore
gon Railroad & Navigation Company
has just issued a beautiful and costly
panoramio folder entitled "The Col
umbia .River, through ths Cascade
Mountains, to the Faoifto Ocean."
from Arlington to Portland and from
Portland to the I'aciflc Ocean, every
carve of the river and every point
of interest are shown while Mt Hood
Mt Adams, and Ms St Helen, porpo.
tually covered with snow, stand out
m there beauty. On the back of the
map is an interesting story in detail
of ths trip frooo' Huntington to Port
land and from Portland to the ocean,
not overlooking the beaches and tbe
San Frantisoo trip by ocean A oopy
of this folder may be secured by send
ing four cents in stamps to pay postage
o A L Craig, General Passenger Ageut
f tbe Oregon Hailroad 4 navigation
Jompan Portland, Oregon, By send
ng the address of some iriend in the
ast, and four cents in postage the
older will be promptly mailed.
Jsne Ball, deceased, estate.
Notice is hereby given that the un
lereigned, has by order oi the County
Jourt of Union county, Oregon, been
ippointed administrator ot tbs estate
f Jans Ball, deceased. All peiaons
uaving olaims against said estate, ere
hereby required to present the same,
properly verified, or with vouchers, to
said administrator, at hie residence in
La Grande, Oregon, within six months
from date nf first publication of this
notice which Is August 31, 1904.
Administrator of tbe estate of Jane
Ball, deceased. Aug 31 -Sept 3
fnna Irrco-iilaritlva afrno-thns the urinarr orarana and builda ud the worn -out tliau. a
of the kidneys ao they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kidneys strain out
the impurities from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not and
the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body,
causing; dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc
If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEY'S
KIDNEY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a
fatal malady. It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system.
How to find Out.
Tan can easily detsrmias h your kidneys ars
eat of order by setting as ids for a hours a
bottle of ths orlne passed opoo arising. If
npoo examination It Is cloudy or milky or has
a brick-dust sediment or amaU particles float
boat la it, your kidneys ars diseaaed, and
FOLEY'S K'ONBY CURE saomld be takes
A T HILL,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is I eret.y given, that the co
partnership heretolore existing between
the underaigned ander the tirtn name
of Mit'oy Sl MoKurlnue, in the gr. eery
biialueta, at l.a i.rande, has been dis
solved by mutual sgreement. The
business will be continued by William
Murariane. Dated, August 12, 1DIH.
. Junii-a McCoy
8 13-933 YV. MoKarlaue
Light bay bugity team (guntlej.
Work single, doable or ead.lle. New
pole buggy and new lL.ht harness
oomph te. Inquire ol Mrs. Whitney,
Whitney House, Adams Avsuna,
LObT The crown off of a Knigt,
Templar's emblem wltb a setting u'
five small diamonds. ' Fln ler -ll
please lave at J M Berry's stoiv -.-I
receive reward. i
I visa to say lo my Incur! si (I ill
pubii ilit I Oi vm large ci ij i '
peaches tbia year. Our early Puiici.i-e
WI1 be npe iu about weok ol Hi Uy
(rum this lime we can sell yuti a more
juioy better flavored peauu ami cheap
er than you can buy ibeui alio they
bave been (hipped in lrnn oilier pans
Then when you pay for U lbs you
get 20 lbs good pound measure
, J H Kellogg.
The World's Fair Rome
Those anticipating an Kasttrn tills or
aiit to the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition at bt. Louis, cauuot atlord to
overlook ttie advauugea ottered by the
oliaeocu Paoivio Uailway. which, on
act ounv ol its various routes and gated
ways, has ueeu appropriately names
The World'1! Khir Boute."
Passengeu Iron, tbe Northwest take
the MissotJHi rariFiu trains from Den
ver or Pueblo wiiii the choice of eitber
going direct through tbe kansas City,
vis Wichita, Fort Bcott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver snd
Pueblo to tit, Louis without change.
carrying all classes ol modern equip
ment, including electric lighted obser
vation parlor cafe diuing cars. Ten
daily trains between Kansas City and
iii-i.. ... ii i- n u.djj.
nrue, or itii ... v. wmi""i
Geuersl Agent, 124 Third st, Portland
for detailed Information nnd illustrated
lu.h.M ' rl
Mr Jolin.H Uullom, Editor of the
Garland, Texas, News, has written a
letter oi congratulations 10 tne manu
facture of Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy, aetollowa: "Sixteen years ago
when our tirst child was a ban he waa
subject to croupy spells and we would
be verv uneasv about him. We beuan
using Cbamheriain's Cough Remedy in.
loo, sna nnuing a sucna rename re
medy lor loldaand croup we have never
been without iu the house since that
time. We have five children and bave
given it lo all ol llieiu with .guod re
sults." For sale by all druggists. .
ghtful Route, Daylight Ridt
Dizzy Crags, Deep Canous.
A Golden Opportunity Sea
nature lu all her glorious
beauty, and (lien tbe acme oi
man's handiwork. The firat ia
found alone the line of the
Denver & Bio Grande Kuilrond
and the. latter at tho St. Louie
I World's Fair. Your trip will 'ie
' . i ... i. ,i .
uun ui uidhouic lanKa mid uiudi
of it. For information and Ulna
traled literature write
W. 0. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
kidney trouble, hoping "it
kidney trouble in one of
Q. B. Curhana TaatlflM A ft or Faur Ya
C. B. Bnrbaas of Carlisle
About four rears ass 1 vim
eartd ef a uw, kllasr trankts bv SaUas len kaa tw'e kanlas af
FoUf'a Kldatr Can. It nHrlr ttapaaS ta srlak-a HSaM aaS '
rila and aymptoma of klday dlataae dlaapeoaras. t am f lad te ear tbat -'
havo asvor had a rttura ot aay mt tboa srmotoma durfas tbo SMif :
ra that havo olapotd, aad I am evtsoallv ertroStoauy taraS, aas
artily ncommand rotor's Kiaaof Cere st aay eat iiiSanag fteas
ktdaoy of bladdor Iroublo.' , .
Two Sizes, 60 Conts and $1.00.
SOLO i RECOESEKDEO BY
H USE TO KENT The proper per '
son an secure a Orat class rssldenos
in food part of town by" Inqairlog
of J N V711son st !! rasldenee on
Bliob street. ' ' , ' Jt
LOST ts .... w.aaw will pleas : .
leave ; .. ins office .tnd get liberal re
wsi f ' v'Jfc f
..t - (July .10) ..-"
New fork Silver tH SSUnlou Prfciflo
4 B-B.PfdBSl.'.t .
. I bioauo Stvt wheat opened iO .1 8
.. nil 5-8 and clone l at 90 1-1 B iley
. ii 50, flax I. 7 I 2, northwestern il.lt
eMn Vrpiiilsoj (;ash wheat 81.87
I'nrtlan -Vvheat Walls .Valla 07)
BlueBtem 7'2 Valley 7s.
: i atlle Beat rteera 3 a f 1. ..'i; me-"
tium 3, oo vs a 2.25. -. ,
Real estate Snap
Two acre treat, seven b'oeks from
center of La Grande. ' Gocd six room
ed cottag furnished completely and
well, if desired. Two barns, large ben
hnnae snd ire enclosed park over one
"dred ohlokens, over 100 bsarlrg
'nit trees including winter and sum-
r apples, pears, prunes, peaohes
and several varltiea of cherries, ons
thousand raspberries. 500 strawberries
twenty Ave shade trees, lawn. Bowers
snd large garden ready for nss, three
wells, two pumiis, ten shares in good
water mton. uouse insured for S7U0
tor three years. Psrt down. .
For particulars Inquire st tbls office.
AN OPEN LETTER
To the pnbllo:
We wish to oall the attention ot
those not already advised that wa have
established a wood working plant in
l uranae equal io aoy in tnsoouutry.
We believed tbe limes and conditions
demanded suoh ao enterprise snd wt
bave spent thousands of dollars in e
qulpment an t Improvements.
We are not only prepared to All your
orders for mill work but ws can fur
nish all kinds of lumber on short
II you buy In quantity so ws can fur
nish In car lots to be delivered diieot
we can give you prompt ablpment and .
at prloes ss low as the lowest consider
ing the Quality of the stock snd tbe
promptness ol dellrery.
The price varies as to ths amount
you bay snd the cost of handling.
Before placing your order outside
submit your proposition to us and see
if we can nsndle your business to
Wn are a La Grand-i Institution but
we do not claim anything on that so
oc ont only to hsvs an equal show with
After establishing an expensive lo-
keep our 20 odd men at work,
W e are not tx gglng for favors but lo
oal enterprises should bs built up to
employ oar people at home Instead of
sending all tbs money awiy for 3tft "
manutdoturnd in other plaoaa. --
Tbe monev sunt sway dues not onme
back to us and it builds up other com
munities at our expense
Yours for business,
btoddaid Lumber Co.
AGLW 1 Uninat Alrle i FO k meets
vory Friday nlrlil In K of r ..all a I m
Vhitlai bratbsru Invited t sue -C
C RoekweU, Wf N .yville, W Bed.
KORKHTKKH Of AMKRIOA-Oonrt Mild
SUrloD, No 23 limu eob Tnexlsv In Elk's
tutl. llrolbsis are Invited to attend,
1 HeUner Uhlsl aasser.
O J Vsadcrpoel, keo IM.
I O O F La Grinds tjoAme, Ko lo ' tt.t
their ball evary Saturday mgr-t- VU.irfg n.i
ben cordially faviud to atuod.
b E Klnehart N i
II E Coolidge, tme.
A. F. & A. M. La Grande Ixdga
41. meets every 1st tnd 3rd Hatur
y of each month.
A C Williams See,
0 D Huffman w. M
will wear awe y
its worst forms.
Csatsr, N. Y., wrltsst '
m suKaa that I kaS km