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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1905)
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-The Union committee at Salem did
eioelleat work daring the put thirty
days, and drew the strongest Are of
the ... opposition In. county dirtslon
matters. Union wal In it from start to
flnlsh, and the end is cot yeU There
is no malice or desire for vengeance in
the proposition at all. Union and
tributary country simply wish a now
county, and have laid plana that will
land the prize in 197. Reoublloan.
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- Thank Q jd, the federal grand jary
has not east breath' of euspioion to
ward any of the newspaper men of
the state, and it is to be bopei that
when the returns are all in Joome
liana with its mighty power for good
its unflinching devotion to right, its
high regsrd for truth, may remain
untarnished. -Unkm Republican.
Co as. Nickel one of the veteran
newspaper men of tionthern Oregon
is among the list indicted. Mr Niokel
is not only a prominent newspaper
man but quiet a politician. .
NEW HOPE :
We knew at which point obstrnotions
of various sorts might .iaterfere with
the work of the stomaeh and its aaeo
iated organs in digestion ; we ezsmins
carefully these areas ; we find some of
its parts are oat of order; we oorreut
thoss disturbances by skillful manip.
nlatiosa through the application of
good meobaniofcl aense to the human
organism ; the machine " Improves Its
werk as Nature reasserts a proper or
der of things and the patient gets
welll f ,
This is the Important . point the
patient gets well!
Toissatia&es nt that the Osteopath
ic Idea is correct sad any' amount of
sarping by medical critios, who reason
that "it is simply impassible for the
human machine to get out of order in
the way the Osteopathist says," will
not sweep ns from our position. Onr
opinions art founded on facts cures In
J. M. CHURCH, E-JTATE:-Notios it hereby
given that the undersigned hu been duly ap
pointed executor of the estate of J. If. Church,
deceased, tnd ha qualified aft such. All per
sons having claims against said essate are here
by notified to present the ame to the Undersigned
at the office of C. H. Finn, Ejq Attorney, La
Grande,. Oregon, with proper Touchers duly
verified, within six month from the date thereof
Dated and first published February 16, 190a.
W. J. CHUKCH, Executor
When you want GOOD PRINTING
. Call Phone No. 1371 .
At Central Church.
Last evening a Urge and attentive
Mdience listened to J V Ceomba dis
count on the theme, "Meant or Christ"
or BigLUy Dividing the, Ward t
Train." The subject 'as bandied by
Mr Co on) be was very inteteetlig, the
Illustration ware Wiling. Thediiw
not between the Patriarchal; Legal
and Gospel ages was olearfy shown.
The missions of John the Baptist .of
Jeaas in his three and a half year eer
vioe and of the seventy were all to "the
loet sheep of the tons of Ureal.
Dndei the great eommiaalon given by
the 8avlor the Gospel la not for the
Jews ealy but for all nations, for every
erealnre. We have the aoeooats of
thousands of conversion in the book
of Acta, If yon am willing to become
n Christian la the way people did na
der the simple preaching of inspired
apostles, read the little book of Acta.
There will be n abort service this
evening and several services tomorrow.
PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY
Rervlcee in Central Church
10 a m Short 8tady B8 Lseson
10:30 a m Talk to Children
11am Keg alar Morning Worship
and sermon on "The Power of Love."
3 p as Lictore to Men, subject,
"Hnnting torn Man."
6:30 pm YPSCE
7:30p na Sermon, "Progress in
In memory of Garold Goodwin who
died In this city Ken. 15.
Wo loved him, yea, wo loved him,
frit Jesus loved him more,
And Ho has sweetly oalled him,
To yunder shining shore.
The Golden Galea were opened,
A gt ntle volos said "Oome I"
And with ferewells unspoken
lie calmly catered homo.
' Whereas, God in his infinite wisdom
has removed frftn our midst our late
sister E'mira Carpenter, and
Whereas, in recognition of her many
virtnes be it
Resolved By Oliver P Morton WJt
0. No 37 that we desire to express oar
sorrow nt the loss ol so estimsblo a
member of oar order and one no be
loved by tbe community at large, a
kind and loving companion and mo
ther, ons evei patient and hopeful
throughout all her affliction.
Resolved, tbst lbs heartfelt sympa
thy of this Corps be extended to the
family in their efflioalioo.
Resolved that these resolutions be
spread upon tbe record of this Corps
and n copy be sent to tbe family ol
tbe deceased and to tbe La Grand pa
Cpbere is a difference
" between printing
that "will do" and tha
which is the kind yon
'.is.. '- .
We make a specialty
of pleasing, as we hare
the equipment V with
which to produce good
printing and printers
who understand the art
of printing . v; '
There is no order too
small or too large to
receive our careiul
We print anything
from pasters to visiting
(By fkrlpps Newt Association
Chyenoe, Wyo Feb 18 In tbe
Cody divoroe ease today, Col. Tom
Cooper, Joe SUdik, Billy Bogus, all
old ssoots In the army, testified that
Col. W F Oody was with Terry in the
Big Horn monn'ains at the Urns Mrs
Cody's witnesses allege be was eu
onslng at Fort McPherton. Cody
olosed bis ease nt noon and airs Oody
will, begin the defense this afternoon
By Sorippa New Association
9t Petersburg, Feb 18 Tbe ' alarm
caused by the murder of Grand Doke
8ergtus has ben increased here today
by tha widespread Mattering of re
volutionary literetuio among the
workmen, turning then easiest thslr
By Sorlpps News Assooistlon -
St. Petersburg, lab. 18 Tbt Rus
sians are oonoentrating in force in the
front of Knroki's position south ol
stnkdon, preparatory to starting an
tBy Borlpp Nsws Association)
Klshener, Rossln, Feb. 18. The
ohlef of polio at this place waa today
attacked by aa naknown mnn who was
armsd with a olnb. The ohlef as
sailant has b esc arrestsd .
( By Borlpp Nsws Association)
Moscow, Fsb 18, The telegraph
operator of the Meecew-Rlsan nnd
the Moscow-Wlndaa railways strurk
today, aamaaatng a mintmam o
twenty dollar pet month and elgb
hour per day. Th roads aro tied up
and three thousand of th employee of
the Southwestern railway have walked
. Treasurers Call for County
Netlee Is hsreby given that the
undersigned Treasurer of Union
County, Orsgen, ha fund on hand
with which to pay all County warrants
that were presented and endorsed by
th County Treasnnr prior to Novem
ber 8 1S9.
aoh warrants may be prented for
payment with Interest np to Fsb 17,
1905. . Dated nt the Treasurer's office
in th ity of La Grans Kb 17,
1905. No Interest allowed after this
date. JOBN FRATf LEY
Treaaarer f Union C. Oregon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Noticcaa berear t'n that tha aaaeraigaed,
baa been auljr appointed Executor of the Last
Will and Terament of Sarah C Haller, deoraa
ed by the Oanntjr Judge for Union County
Uteof Orego-, eud that all persons having
elaimtafaioal the estate of aaid deceased, will
reecat the sane properly itemised ana verified,
within tlx asoMht from this date, to the under
signed, at hie residence north of Island City, aaid
Jaunty end state, or at the offloe of K Ivuboo,
attorney tor Kx ecu tor, at La Grands, Oregon.
Dated at La Ontnde, Ore goa, this 17th day ef
February, IBM. EDWARD - h H ALLEY '
xeeator eatateSof Barah C Bailey, deceased
Faivaaaae, Attoraey far Extatar,
IrnjaUd Land For Sale
Ws have 710 acres of soms of th
best land la this ooanty, for sal nt 128
par nor. All but 17S acre ander
cultivation and irrigation. A bargain.
A big list of other lands in the county.
Call on or writ
cough k McDonald,
Will Han Ten
Tucson, Aria. Fsb. 18 Th Yaqui
Indians who recently attacked a min
ing party nnd killed several Americans
near Cobachi hav been septnred by
General Torres. There sr ton prisoners
two of whom hav eon f eased, and all
will be banged.
J D Uonysn of 'BoUsrtUlt, O Isi
tb peonllar disappearance of kls pain
fod sTstoma, ol Indigeatlon nnd bill
sTstoma. ol IndJnetion nnd bill
onsness, to Dr King's New Llf Pills
Us says: Tbj r n perfect remedy,
(or dlaxine soor stomach, headache,
constipation, to," Qnaranteed at
Newlin drag store, prlos i5o.
Charges Are Filed.
By Scrippn New Association) '
Waahington, Feb. 18 Representa
tive Campbell of Canaan today Sled
with the Department of Commerce and
LAbor the charges of tbe Kansas oil
producers A as' a against tbe 8taadard
Oil Co., and their endeavor to Seen re
the monopoly of the oil business la the
tale, and that a conspiracy exists be
tween tbe Standard Oil Co , and the
8anU Fa railroad to prevent other
parties handling It and porohaaiag
tanks. The charges also state that the
Standard Oil Co., la la conspiracy with
other railroads to prevent the legisla
ture from giving the producers relief.
They submit detailed statement to
support their charges.
Going to Rome.
(By Scrippe News Association)
Mar eel lee, Franoe, Feb 18 father
Gopoo the lormer leader ol the strikers
of St. Pstersburg, arrived her Wed
nesday from Byon's aooornpaalnd by
two Russian students. Be had a
lengthy oonterenoe with hie friends
here and left for Rom tonight. While
her tbe police watobed his movements
WANTED: An elderly lady to keep
house and take car of five children.
Will pay good wages, ipply nt this
EAGLK& La Urande Atrie sa W O at aaeeU
Vrery Sunday abrht inKofa-hallatlpai
laitiaa bratharm lnitaa It arton-l
J.A ifaWtt, W.P. . T. u. aiiua,w.a
, rOREBTBBS OF AMERICA Coart Mai
ULarioa, Mo U tnaeta each Tuesday la ka a
halt UnKhars ara lnrtta4 to auead,
. , , . Al Halanar UUlaJ aamger.
top r-Le Oraade Uxtfo, Mo s wseu
their ball every Saturday night. Vial Una suasa
kara aordiallj tanud to attend.
aW. atobctlMn, N U
LR, Snook, Bee.
HTAR ENCAMPMENT No II, I. O. ft F.
ateeu ovary Srst and third Tharadaye la the
awou in uaa reuows nau. Vtaiung pairl
aroha always welcome 1. B. Saouk, C P.
JCdmond Uobioaoa. Serlbe
A lf,a A. M.-La Grand Lodge
o. 4L meet every 1st tnJ 3rd Sntnr
uj ol each month.
A C Williams Sea,
O D Hoffman W. M
EASTERN BTAR OEH Bopa Chapter No
w mwmm vna secoDQ ana foann weaneaaey 01
UBca iDOBia at 7:su p m in ataaoaie Temuie
Mary A Warniek, dee
Begin with ths symptoms of a oom
moa cold; there is chilliness, aneeting
soreiuroat, not akin, quick pnlee,
hoarseness nnd impeded respiration
Give freqnent smnll dose of Ballard's
Uorehonnd Hymn, (the child will err
for It) nnd at th first sign of n oroupy
cough, apply frequently Ballard'
bnow Liniment to th throat.
Mre. A Vliet, New Castle, Colo,
write' March 19th, 1901: "I think
Ballard's Uorehonnd Bvrno a wonder
ful remedy, nnd eo pleasant," 'ioo,
60o and II. . Newltn Drug Co.
KATE lteHER,E8TATK:Notic iagiventhattbe
undersigned ha been duly appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Kate Usher, deceased, by
the County Court of UWion County, Oregon. AH
persons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the (ama duly
verified t the ande signed at the la Oraade
National Balt, La Urande, Oregon, withia aiX
montba from this date.
Dated February It, 1903.
F.L MEYERS, Administrator.
'OH. FINN, Attorney
Are You Restless at ht?
And harassed by a bad cough? Us
Ballard's Uorehonnd Byrup, It will
our yon sound sleep and effect a
prompt nnd radioal cur. 26o, COo and
1. Nwlin Drug Co.
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL
Notice U hereby given that under and by
virtue of an order of the Count? Court of the
State of Oregon, for Union County, duly saad
rendered and entered in the Journals of said
Court on the Itfth day of January, 1906, licens
ing and empowering tbe undersigned as
guardian of tbe eatave and person of Alberta
Hopper, a minor, I will offer for sale and sell
to the highest bidder for eaah In bead, on
Too day the 38th day of February, at tbe Mur
of two o'clock P. M., at the front door of tbe
Court bouse in La Claude, Union County,
Oregon the following described real property
Lot 3; the aoutbaaat qr. of the northwest qr.
and northeast qr. of tbe southwest qr, and the
northwest qr. of tbe southeast qr. of Heetlon J
in townahlp S south or Rang 86E.W. M
the In Union County, Oregon
Guardian of the parson and estate
of Alberta Hoppei a minor.
Still in buiinesff nnd don't
you forget it. Every week
brings as new customers.
There is a reason for it, and
the reason is that cur cus
tomers always receive' fair
treatment. Wholesale and
retail dealers iu Produce,
Hy, Grain, Imbler Flour.
Lawson & Zundell
Phone 11 13 Free delivery
. , A Trial order solicited
DR. A. L RICHARDSON.
Physician and Surgeon. V
Cntoe ever Bill's Drug Store,
Onke raoos tM Baaidsaree Pnoae JU
N. MOLITOR. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON .
Owner Adanu aveane and Depot Bt,
Offlee Phone Sai Reatdooee Phoae 61
. WILCARD SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phone Til '
Lewie ealldlaf, opposite Soaraar Boaee
Otlos Hoars, I to 4, T to
YSICIANS AND SURGEONS
- Office la rotey baudJaf , raoae 1181.
C. T. Baooa, Raaidanoe Pboo list -
H. K. Hail, Resldcnot HU
DKS. 6IGGCRS & B100ERS
Puysioians nnd Burtreons
9 W Biff an, If. D. Geo. U Bigger, M. D
QCBoo Ralston Bafldlag over J.- M. neny's
Store. ft'aeldeBoe on Madison AVe. aecend
door west of tortner realdeoee, or. G. W. burgers
tMORANOSl - ORBUON
PNfeatoaal ealla prossptlr aUeadcd to
RE A VIS BROS.
. Ofllos Somsaer Building
Offlee Faoaee-1 Rasldanoe Phone 117
C. B. Cauthorn
Oraoe) Over Hill Drug'.Btore
La Grande, Oregon
R. I.. LINCOLN
Up autre, Cor Adams avenue and Depot Bk
Dr. ? A CHARLTON
Oflce at A T Hill's Drug Store
La Oraade, Oregon Phone 136 J
Residence phone 701
1 Farmers' line 58
CFAWF0RD &. CRAWFORD
LA GRAND!, OREGON
Ofllee la aommer gliding. "
. J. W; KNOWLES
Attorney and Counsellor
Office ia Ralston Building
Phone 16 La Grande Or.
H.T. Williams ' a C. William
WILLIAMS BROS. '
Qfnce in Ralstoa BuUdlag
PhoneiOj . La Grande, or.
W. I. BISON ETT
000 wlU J.T. WiUlnmson. La Grand
Part las lshlnc th serriees of a com-
Ctent bookkeeper are aaaorad satis
jtory results. , Prices reasonable
D. 0. KELLEY,
Books Doe tad and eomDlioated. ao
aoaat adjasted. Pen .Ion paper a
anaalalt. Notary Pnhlia. Ulalma
ftgaitut tn govrnment considered.
Uorrespeaaeata soltelted. Addre
Lock boi 613
Oa all cash purchases of
$1.90 or over, complete stock
f meats poultry, lard, our
own cured breakfast bacon
and hams a'specialty.
We pay the highest market
price for hides, pelts, and furs
. TEAMS WANTED
J L Mar wishes to Mr twelve teams
to haul rock. Inquire nt Oregon Pro-
CHAS, MELQUiST, Proprielor.
J -WINES, LIQU0HS i
1 AND CIGARS j
Finest collections of stuffed
auioials oa -the Pniuc
coast, ' X
Blue Front Saloon
E. THORSON, Proprietor.
Imported and domestic
Hot or cold lunch all hours
Jefferson Avenue Opposite Depot
CHAS, ANDERSON, Prop.-
Always on hand
JOHN B1EVER, Prop,
t Complete aiaortment of
Mixed Drinks a Specialty Fir St.
CHRIS WRIGHT, Prop.
fink ' . .
Gentlemen always Welcome
ULRICH LOTTIS, Prop.
Lunches are our specialty
Jeflerson Avenue, Oppot ite depot
LA (iHANUlt, OR
8:30 a. tn
Hall take, nentr. Ku
Worth. Omaha. Kan-
i a ru
8,y p iu
paa City, 8t. lmi, CUi-
oao auu tank
dleton. Walla Wnlla,
uaylou, I'onicroy, Col-
(;l) p iu
and pointa crat and
dleton, Umatilla, Wal-
05 p. ra.
I u la, LewisUm, ivias,
Minkow, Walluvc. War
ner, Hpoknna auti other
puluts east and north
taland City. itcc!. Im
bler and . .iu. ton
ne tkins at tlir B w th
at a- lor points In V aU
U'aan Hteamra betwrcu 1'orlland aud
ban franciaoo every five d-iys.
t : . ;
Jiajti'i new building.