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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1904)
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That wears almoit as long as
solid silver is the kind we keep.
Only the products of the best
best known manufacturers find
their way into this store,' and;
every piece has the maker's
name and mark"on it,' In ad-'
dition we add oar personal
guarantee as to the quality. ;
WHICH , . ARE . DEPENDABLE
Clocks of etery style are in
this collection and everyone is
really handsome. Even the
strenuous little alarm , c.'ocks
have their own good looks.
There are clocks for the bed
room, parlor, dinning room and
hall. All are acurate time
and really excellent
OUA L IT Y GU ARANTE E D
PRICES : ARE RIGHT
, Especially. Interesting j
Makers have prod iced some
strikingly ; handsome designs
this season in ' .
TEA AND COFFEE SETS
PITCHERS. - ETC
Many of themost beautiful
are shown here. An inspection
of our display will prove a
pleasant and -profitable way "of -spending
an hour or sow 5 We
won't urge yoti to buy bufc?qar
goods and prices are very
tempting. : -3
The"displayJof compiettfTSeta '
and single pieces' is the most ati
tractive to be seen in the city.
The designs are entirely new
and very beautiful and have
been - worked out with great
skill and taste. " ' :.iV:il.Z
S Half a Carload s of
if lix ava ivuji nwPiuurkMiA
NewiWaltfPapeB 1 0n MOCKS.
We have just received half a car load of the newest
and latest wall paper. Half a carload means 20,000
rolls. iJhia s1mp paper tb,aa2 any,; onea' Ijieyej..
thought o bringing intp thisfounty Jo a single season. f.
This paper Is atl f dr mle f pd .maa potd bU taasoq. , W
bars brought two Brat elaaa papar hangera direct from Chicago,
who are without doabt the mat; iklilfol i irorkmen! lit Saatern 1
who, with the ttVv flrat olaaa r hantcera si read r in oar em
plof, giveeaath beat working ' 1 'Mialntahd ftp pi re.
Stackland & McLachlen
PAINTS eilaS AND GLAbS
first tain' yesterday alter the weakness
bad bnn etreaoonaly ooetostd by
snppuruog orders, amalgamated
Copper 'ell by a half point at intertala'Wjre c brined in licse thus treated.
ft 59, Stl preferred, dropped 3 -8,
nolorado F lei dropped 5 and other
promioeni stocks suffered ' beafily.
Tne oalling for additional margins bv
aUrmed , brokPi precipitate4 heavy
liqndi loo in all direofions The
trre ent o wds on the noor were
a"tmd Amtlgamated Copper and
rjieel irtding poitts and it was obxerved
seldom appear on the floor were there
ailt-drel fonel reaerre, anprored, an
rMtraload, ready for immediate ase ay-
vlMrt. . .Lowest prices. ' '
1 at Coramsroa Bldg, f ortlund, or,
TRADE FOLLOWS THE PRICE
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- Notice of Final Settlement
Notloe Is hereby siren, that the undersigned
h filed the final account of her doings a ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of Uar
thai Watson, deceased; and that the Ooantr
Cart hat appointed Monday the 2nd day of
lanaar? una, at 'i o ciock p. m. an vu uiuo,
the Court Uonae at La Grande, Union County,
or the bearing 01 aaiu
Uons to the same) will appear at said time od
final aoeoanb All persons having any objec-
uons to the same) will appear at said tiq
plaoe, end ofler said objections thereto.
La Grande, Oregon, November Zith, 1801. 6t
. Paris, Dao 9k eensatiooal ' oom
munioation was made Id the Acedem
ie'de Medioine today by Dr. Albert
New York Dec. 9Tbe alook mar- 0bin which reported the discovery ol
ketbeoama demoralised dnriog the ,ha .. tn,, certain metal auob as
if IU 1 I.
gold and sitfer, finely subdivided and
employed In inflaitesimal dones wilt c
cure poeumonia'" 'Thirteen cures
(The rf duotion of the metala to a
proper state ia obtamed by eleotrio! '
dissolution iu water. The metals so
treated acqn rei the propertv of devel
oping a lorc siraiUr to (ermenution
andjwere employed Jn Q?ee ol pnn(( t)
mooia ti rough. hjpot!ermio iDjeotiooj
of from a five u ten cub e qeotitcetef
solution containing from .09 tn .t ol a
milligram ol gold, stiver or platinum.:
8 ; ...li, i
;b 3l4i )(
tbi- morning.; From all account, the WEARY, UP-Tllt
IsUKESCLBANi SWEEP "
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Balvee yoa ever
heard of, Booklen'a Arnica Salve is the
beat. It aweepa away and curea Barns,
Borest Bruiaes, Cuta, Boils, Uloerr,
Bkin Eruptiona and PUea. only 25c
and tuaranteed to rive aadstaotion by
La Grande Drag Co., and Newlin Drag
jQt urugglat. . I
A THOUGHTFUL MAN.
1L M. Austin of, Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do.in the kouir of need,
His wife had euch an ft unusual case of
tomachand liver trouble, physicians
could not help her. He though' f and
tried Dr. Klng'a New Life Pills and the
got reuei.ai oaoejana was coaiiy curea
Only 2Sc at La Grande Drug Do, and
wlU Dragoon Drug fitoiM
break in line first b.bur waa. doi' to
forced liquidation It waa known be
fore the opening that Boston bad. sent
in heavy Bulling order and the lead
ing commission bouses 'were on the
bear aide. As ' the prices tumbled
panio awept the floor and s looks were
unloaded without heed to prioes.
8cenes of wild excitement occurred
and at times the aituation bordered a
general panic. Tbe trading reached
enormous" volume. Lawsyn'a prppb
tHy ofTdiaday Was fulfilled as Amal
gni"ted Copper lead in the ' down
waiii craah and fell nearly 10 points
(.A l.'.t ntirht'a nlnae. sellinir down to
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for men's and Of coys u-usb m .,aanA ii o'clock. United States
The J. E; TUt Uo iBf.QUI Bpec- gieel con?non ,nj preferred, ; Sugar,
ialty. Here is where prlfie and Missouri Faoifio, Erie and Canadian
Ponifio were among tne stocH wmcn
took, the tologgon, ' ;
' Thomas Lewson'g first bulletin to
day advised holders of Amalgamated
ConDer to sell to "your last share,"
He continued 'Roosevelt t ia just
beginning bla work., f It Is lobaqpo to-.
H. Wbenitgetato insu anoe and
irost companies business will begin
He concluded .iflell, Soger .and
tbe entire list for the time being," and
eUo'edvised'"the sale of Southern
Pacific, Union Pacific Atchison. Tbe
tales ol stocks for tbe first bour reach
4 nearly $1090,000, mark.;; 'J- ,
ONE FIRM SUSPENDS
New York Dec & W 4 Badean one
olte officials of tbe Consolidrted
Stock Exchange, has announced bia
SAME OLD TUNES
ttrjU Vout Uroccr
That is why pppple 0905.-' here
,,4 K Kntra ah OAR
quality are combined.
C W. PRESTON,
Shoe Specialist v DEPQT STREET
BEST v-OOUOH i MEDICINE .uTUB
kn tnit hir jiirt medioine for
mail cuimrou w. -- -
yon can place implicit confidence, xon
i 1 T ih.ti mnt i nnl raliavee but
cures. -You want one that is.nnqnes
tionably.barmlaas. Jfow want one that
ia pleasant an
R.ifl manta all Of ' these coo
Wont:; e there ta nothing so good I f
?eo.,Vi olda in,dTent to child
n4 A K ' r DrnifgistS
Portland Ore. Deo. 9 One of tbe
grounds of cruelty assigned by Marie
Frits in ber suit against B 0 Frits
divorce is tbat "defendant some lime
ago purobased a phonograph and will
not buy new mufio, but aits by tbe
boar and plays tbe same pieces over
and over again late into the night so
plaintiff cad not sleep."
They were married
April 12, 1903.
Bring your rush orders for job work
to the Observer office, we can handle
. IPTLTroiOlMLOWI ;
Boarding school tor youn men k boys.
Box 34S University Park Station,
" Portland Oejon
KvinND A doable bitted ax. Owner
may have same by nailing at this Stoci x.xco
and paying borage. len-lon.
Notice Of Final Account
1, Notice Is hereby 'given that tbe
undersigned, Administratrix of .the
state of William Spenoer, deceased,
has filed Jn the County Court of Union
Ooantr for the state of Oregon ber
final account as such administratrix.
aad the Court baa fixed Monday the
19th day of Deoember 19M for bearing
ant objections to said .final account
a'idforthelflnal settlement - thereof
1 atid this November 19, 1904
' alflaie M Spencer, Administratrix
j otary Public
LMoney to Loan
Representing th Equitable Savings & Lean Asao-.
' ciation of Portland. Or., the strongest. . safest; & , poQat
! reliable institution on the Pacific, coast, under, State
1 t : 1 j - -1 a 1 ' 1 is iL . ' J v.e
supervisiOB. Jjoans maae Baort or ioojj time to suit.
; WM. GRANT,' Agent ;
i City property for sale. '
BLOCKL AND BROS.
Island City, Oregon
- Breeders of BERKSHIRE and FOLANDCHINA
swine. . , : " "v'".,:';;; " '
We now have eight young bucks, pure bred, Cots
wold and Shropshire!, ready for service, anyone seed
ing choice bucks, should see these to appreciate them
Young stock always on hand, and always glad to
have you call and see our hogs, as we breed ; them for
the Farmer, and ask you to compare our paices before
baying some where else.
I FULL, M EAwSURE
Chain Wood by the Cord
128 cubic feet to the cord. 16-inch dry chain '
wood $3 per cord. This is cheaper than by the , load. '
You pay for what you get and get what you pay for.
Phone 571 - H. W. NIBLEY
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