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MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1911.
the nestlings we have the nearest ap
proach to a quadruped found among
existing birds. London Tlt-Blts.
Directory of the Fraternal Order
' of La Grande, Oregon
LA GRANDE, UNION COUNTY, OREGON.
I . lung po ana laamaumg. ., -
There Is but one way of making tea.
75c per BoxH
PRIMARY OT TO THE LIKING OF
i 1 MAJORITY..
Former Secretary of State In Idaho
spends a Few Days Here.
o $ o
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 4
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
N. MOL1TOR. M. D. fnyslclan and
Burgeon.' Corner Adams Ave. and
Depot street Office, Main 68; Rest
dence 69. ' '
C. H. UPTON, Ph. G. M. D. Physician
.' and Burgeon. Special attention to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office
In La Grande' National Bank Builu
' Ing. Phones: Office Main 2, Real
; decce Maln 32. .. 'v"i''
A. L. RICHARDSON Physician and
- surgeon. Omce Hours : Si 10 B p. m
except Sunday. Sunday by appoint
ments. Telephones: Office, Black
1362; Ind. 361; residence, Main 65;
Ind. 312. v :
GET). W. ZIMMERMAN Osteopath
- Physician. Sommer Bldg., Rooms 7,
, ft and 10. Phones: Home 1332,
Pacific. Main 63, Residence phone.
Black 95L-- Successor to Dr, C " E.
" ' Moore. - ' - - " "
DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN Doctor of
Optics. Spectacles and Eye Classes
Fitted and made to order. All er
rors of Refraction Corrected. .1105
Adam Ave. Foley" Hotel Bldg. La
Grande. Oregon. , v
DR. H. iJ' UNDERWOOD and , DR
DORA J, UNDERWOOD Office ov
er Wright Drug store. Special at
tention paid to diseases and surgery
of the eye.
Phone Office Main 22 ; residence,
Main 728. ' -
3 r. PTHC15. D. M. D. Dentist Room
23. La Grande National Bank Build
lng. Phone Black 399. .
' DR. R. L. LINCOLN, DENTIST Flrsi
class services given. Office over Lll
ly's Hdwi store. Phone Black-451
DR. P. A. CHARLTON .Veterinary Sur
geon. Office at Hill's Drug Store
La Grande. Residence phone, Red
7ol: Office nhone, Black 1361; Inde
r.ntant ntinnA B3: both DhonOS Si
' After two terms in the Bwretrey of
state's office in Idaho, R. (Bob.) Lang
don, a former Union boy, is in La
Grande, the guest ; of his old-time
friend, C. C. Penington. Mr.. Lansdon
spent two or three years at Union
when a youngster and since them has
been prominently identified with Re
publican politics in Idaho.
Commenting on the political situa
tion the former secretary 'of state
said the outcome was much in doubt
as regards the present session, as the
house and senate are both Republican
but not so by large majorities, and of
course there is a Democratic execu
tive.' Amen the things which "
deemed sure to receive consideration
at the hands of the legislature is the
Idaho primary which is not to the lik
ing of a great many in the mine state.
It nas the 2nd choice features which la
not . a part of the Oregon law, and
then too, the voters do not have to
stipulate party affiliations as they do
in Oregen., This, feature will be
changed thinks Mr.' Langsdon. '
Women Lethargic Too. :
Wymen voters show the came leth
argy in registering as do the men he
says. Idaho has the same trouble as
Oregon in this respect, for the voters
show, great neglecVand reticency in
registrations. Woman suffrage "cuts
little ice" in affairs of the state and
except for the fact that they are slow
to register, there is practically lit
tle difference between now and for
merly when the women were not en
dowed with the ballot rights.
iMr. Landson will spend a few days
here visiting with friends before re-
turnings to Boise. . .. -
; TJnleai the water billing be '
To pour on water fgoin the tea. .
The teapot Itself should be heated
very hot before the tea is placed In it
and the boiling water poured on. , It
should be scalding hot water or the
leaves will float to the top,
!to less authority than Tung Po, the
Chinese poet, is quoted for a recipe for
teamaklng. Ue Bays: "Whenever tea
Is to be Infused take water from a
running stream and boll It over a live
ly fire. It Is an old custom to use run
ning water, boiled over a lively Ore.
That from springs in the bills is said
to be best and river water the next
while well water Is the ' worst , A
lively; fire is a clear, bright charcoal
fire. When making an Infusion do not
boil the water too hastily'. At first It
begins to sparkle like crabs' eyes, then
somewhat like fish's eyes, and lastly
It boils np like pearls innumerable
springing and waving about. ' This Is
the way to boll water
Ha Was Considerate.
should like that lovely, pearl
Luv w'uhi Beauties they
are. He it s better not to nave sucn
large pearls, iny dear. People always
think they are fals -Journal Amusant
PRESENT YEAR TO SEE TEN ACRE
I PEAR ORCHARD,
4. a Wilson, in Addition to Planting
Big Orchard Builds House.
' ' Marriage. .-,
'Marriage." said the serious man,
an education in Itself." tr
"Yes," commeuted old Grouch, "it
teaches you wbr.t not to do after you
have done it" Boston Transcript
ATTORNEYS At LAW.
COCHRAN & COCERAN-Attorneys: 1
cha. ft. Cochran and Geo. T. cocn-
.n ijl Orande National Bank
Bldg., La Grande, Oregon.
T. II. CRAWFORD Attorney at Uw
Practices In al lthe courts of the j
State and United States. Office to
La Grande National Banc Bldg., La
O. W. C. NELSON Mining Engineer
Baker City. Oregon.
IMA McREYNOLDS Teacher ot Pi-
.mi vnica Culture. At 142f
Washington Avenue on Wedneedaj
r,t cotnrriav. TeloDhone. on tnea
- dates to Red-1122.
wet and cold, and
your body chilled through and ( rouKh from
; expo.ure,Uke a big do of ChrlH.n
(k,ngh Wdr, l.atl.e your f In hot
water Ifefore going to , ',
,0OKt certain t-, . .! el a col 1. j or
rt'e ly all A-rlf-i-
i .. m ,. .
The Pasta Uaed by Mlnstral Parform
; ars Whan "Blacking Up.". ,
The poplar Impression ,as.to the ap
plication of burnt cork - by minstrel
performers and actors In general la
that It Is rubbed on the face and bands
of the player from a cork wbo:e end Is
charred In a convenient gas Jet This
Impression is. however. Incorrect The
burnt cork used : by minstrels and
others Is the product of the theatrical.
"paint factories," Just as Is any other
cosme,tlc or pigment employed by the
profession. . i . v
One bouBe makes It in the following
manner: The corks are placed m tnree
tin vessels, resembling wash boilers,
with holes punched in their Sides and
bottom. Alcobol Is Bprlnkled over the
corks, and they they are "fired." When-
the corks have been properly charred
they are placed in muslin sacks, which
are kneaded in barrels of water. Tbls
operation forces the powdered charcoal
through the sacks into the water.
When oil the charred corks have
been worked through the socks Into
the water in this way the -water
drained through a close canvas sack,
and what - remains . in . that sack
ready .or the performers. The stuff
is pnt up In cans, from which, when
the minstrel Is ready to "black up." he
takes a little of the black paste in bis
hands and applies It to his face, neck
and sometimes bis hands. New York
' A CURIOUS' BIRD.
Imbler, Jan. 9 (Special) Grande
Ronde ,pear orchards are to receive a
substantial addition in acreage next
spring when A. G. "Wilson, a local
orchardlst plants 10 acres of land to
pear orchards. Mr. Wilson already is
an extensive apple grower but will
venture Into the pear business and If
possible make the' Imbler country no
torious for Its pears as well as ap
pies and potatoes.'
During the year 1910 Mr. Wilson
fet out 80 acres to apples aside from
building a $2,000 bungalow Just east
of Imbler and erecting a specially
!ng that he is prosperous in his bus
iness. ", 4 - ,
a. F. & A; M. La Grande Lodge No.
41, A. F..ki A. M. holds regular meeU
ings first and third Saturdays at
7:30 ''pnt Cordial rovoms to all
Masons. JOHN 8. HODGIN, W. M.
A. C WILLIAMS, Secretarr.
B. P. O. E. La Grand? Lodge No. 433
meets each Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in Elk's club, corner of De
pot street and Washington avenue.
Visiting brothers are cordially In
vited to attend.
DR. G. L. BIGGERS, Ex Rul.
HUCH McCALL. Rec. Sec.
REBEKAHS Crystal Lodge No. IS
meets every Tuesday evening in the
I. O. O. F. hall. All visiting mem
bers are invited to attend.
MISS ANNA ALEXANDER, N. Q.
, MRS. JENNIE M, SMITH, Sec.
KNIGHTS OP PYTKIAS Red Cross
Lodge No. 27 meets eiery Monday
night In Castle hall, (old Elk's halL)
A Pythian welcome to all vlslUaj
. JESS PAUL, C. C.
R. L. LINCOLN, M. of R, & S.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La
' Grande Lodge No. 169 W. O. W.
meets every second and fourth Tues
day In the month. All visiting mem
NERI ACKLE3, C. C
. J. H. KEENEY. Oerk.
In the Circuit Court of the State
Oregon for Union County,
Elsie Quesada, Plaintiff, vs
Quesada, Defendant. ,
To Juan Quesada, the above-named
defendant: : , . '. . ,
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, You are- hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
filed against you . in the above entit
led Court and suit, on or before the
time prescribed in the order directing
the publication hereof, 1 to-wlt: ' Six
consecutive weeks from, the date of
the first publication of this summons
which is January 9th, 1911
And if you fail to appear, answer
or otherwise plead within the said
time, the Plaintiff will ask the Court
for the relief demanded In the com
plaint, towlt: For a decree dlssolv
ing the bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between said plaintiff and de
fendant, and granting said plaintiff
an absolute decree of divorce, and
permitting plaintiff to assume her
maiden name, Elsie "Wleck.
' By virtue of an order ot the Hon.
31 W.1 Knowles, Judge of the above
entitled court, this summons is pub
lished In the La Grande Daily Ob
lerver, a . dally newspaper "printed
and published at La Grande, Union
County, Oregon, which order : was
made and entered on the 9th day of
January, 1911. ; ' ..
COCHRAN & COCHRAN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. .
Jan. 9-Feb. 6.
WOODMEN TO INSTALL.
Installation Followed by Dancing
Party Is Line up for M. W. A.
There will be the anEs? installa
tion of officers of the Modern Wood
men of America this evening and the
lodge rites will be followed by a danc-
fhg party. A committee has been busy
for some time arranging the affair
and a general good time is promised
all who attend. .
-Iw' uiaiiue camp No. 7703
meets every Monday In the month at
the I. O. O. F. hall. All.vls'tlng
neighbors are cordially Invited to
attend. 4' , .
. V v. i. r, snook, c; 7
D. E. COX, Clerk.
O. E. S. Hope Chapter No. 13, O. E.
C. holds stated communications the
. second and fourth Wednesdays ot
each month. Visiting members cor
. MART A. WARNICK, Soc.
. PAULINE EDERLEE, W. M.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT G randa
Ronde Circle No. 47 meets evarr
first and third Thursday evenings
In the month at the I. O. 0. F. hall
All visiting members are welcome.
CHLOE ROBINSON. G. M.
' LIZZIE ELLSWORTH. Clark.
NO CAUSE TO DOUBT.
I . o v .Hi
8tatament of Facta Backed by a
8trong Guarantee. ,
We guarantee' Immediate and posi
tive relief .to all sufferers from consti
pation. In every case where our rem
edy falls to do this we will supply It
free. That's a frank statement of
facts, and we want yon to substantiate
them .at our risk. r
, Rerall Orderlies are a gentle, effec
tive, dependable and safe bowel regu
lator, strengthener and tonic, that are
eaten like candy. : They re-establish
nature's functions in a quiet easy way.
They do not cause any inconvenience,
griping or nausea. They are so pleas
ant to take,, and work so easily, that
they may be taken' by any one at any
time. They thoroughly , tone np the
whole system to healthy, activity.
They have a most beneficial action
upon the liver. '-,;.' C ' : '
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and ideal for the use of children,
old folks and delicate persons. We
c-uuuot too highly recommend them
to , all sufferers from any form of
constipation and Its attendant evils.
That' why we back our faith in them
with our promise of money back
If tbpy do not give entire satisfac
tion Two kIzps: ,12 tablets 10 cents
and . 30 rabU'ts " cents. Remem
ber yoii run obtain Rexall Remedies
nly at our More The Rexall Store.
HILL'S DRUG STORE.
Special Offer for One Ycch
, , , - -
The Famous Clairvoyant
Palmist and Magnetic HGalor
To give Life Readings and Treatment ,
v at one-half regular fee.
If you are sick and yen are tired of drugging call at once and see
what a few treatments will do for you. Satisfaction
no money accepted. Madame Dtlmar makes a specialty
all nervous-disorders, stomach, (liver and kidney troubles, and rheu
matism. Do not delay, better c all at once" and see what natures doc
tor can do for you. : 7 - '
TOUR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE LIFE REVEALED.
. MADAM DELMAR la not a for tuna teller and should not be classed
- as such.'j; 'v ,' -7 -:K
A SCIENTinC PALM ST AND CLAIRTOIANT.
t Will tell you what yon are best adapted for. .and what to do to be
' successful In business, love or money matters. Tells what you want
to know without asking a question. '
If you wish to be happy and gain good health call and consult this
remarkable palmist at once, a a her stay in this city Is limited to
a short time only. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed In all palm read
, Ings or horoscopes or so fee accepted. This Is fair, Is It not!
If you are in doubt concerning some Important matter and need ad
vise call on the Madam at once. Prices are reasonable and within the
reach of all. OFFICE HOURS 1 0 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
Office 1423 Adams Avenue
Hlhy pay Rent ? YJelOM Yd oriKtnnl character.
The Created Hoactzin Whan Hatched
Hat Four Legs.
The crested hoactzin of British Gui
ana Is the only survivor of a certain
race of birds most of which are now
known only as fossils. The' hoactzin
Inhabits the most secluded forests of
South America, and Its survival be
yond its congeners is doubtless owing
to Its retiring habits and to the fact
that it feeds on wild arum leaves.
which give Its flesh a most offensive
flavor, rendering It unfit for food.
The chief peculiarity of the hoactzin
consists in the fact that when it is
hatched it possesses four well develop
ed legs. The young birds leave the nest
and climb about like monkeys over the
adjoining limbs and look more like tree
toads than birds.
The modification of the fore limbs
berins t once after hatching, when
the claws of the 'digits fall off and the
whole clawlike hand begins to flatten
and become wing shaped. Feathers
soon appear, and before full growth Is
reached not a vestige remains or tne
monev fo build, and
pay us as you would rent.
Tha mlu t birds uot oniv nnve no
1a-i nnon tliolr wines, but their
thumlwi even are so poorly developed
that one would hnrdly suspect that in
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"My darting," said he'it can not yet be,
Though it does break my heart to postpone it.
A year or two mon, perhaps three before,
l ean turnish the house, though I own it." j
"IViy George, she reptied, "this ad. shouid decide
If you're anxious to wed why delay, dear?
They'U furnish our home from cellar to dome,
And give us our own time to pay, dear."