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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1904)
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JThat wearsalmoBt as long as
solid silrer is the kind we keep.
Only the product 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 bur personal
guarantee as to the quality. .
WHICH ARE DEPENDABLE
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Especially Interesting i
Makers have, prod iced some
strikingly - handsome designs
this season in
TEA AND COFFEE SETS
CAKE BASKETS, ,
v Many of . the most gbeautiful
are shown here. " An inspection
of our display will prove a
pleasaniaad, profitable way , of
spending an; hour or to. We
won't urge yod to ' buy butour 1
goods and prices are very
Clocks of every, style are in
this collection and everyone is
really handsome. - Even the
strenuous little alarm clocks
have their own good looks.
There are clocks for the bed
room, parlor, dinning room and
hall. All are acurate time
keepers and really excellent
STOCK IS COMPLETE
Now is the time to make selections
The display of complete sets'
and single pieces is the most at-'
tractive to be seen in . the city.
The designs are entirely new
and very beautiful and have
been worked out with ereat
BKiu ana taste.
t yr . we nave nuae np our minus to Mil every roll oi wan paper in our
X (tore before the next tprinj stocX arrivu. and in order to insure a
V complete clean-up we have cut the price regardless of former price
Wall Paper from 5 cents up
We Want to clear the house before March bt as we expect a carload
of W II Waper to a arrive on that date. We have more Waif Paper
now on hand than all the other paper house la the county, .There
fore you will have a greater variety to select from. Our present';
stock is complete. .yy - .
' Stackland & McLachlen
PAINTS ems AND .gCass
Having purchased the undert aking goods of E.
Andross 'Co., at an early date we expect to find
suitable quarters and will open the most complete
and up-to-date Undertaking Parlors in Eastern
Oregon.": iIn the meantime we are prepared to
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renuer me oest possioie service ani wvvu va j uu,iuu
at the Andross Co.' s Furniture Store.
We have had many years experience in this
business and know that the public will appreciate
the establishment that we will maintain.
Our prices will be reasonable, and our ' stock
complete. All calls will receive prompt attention
GIFPIN & HOG AN.
J For the present with E. Andross $ Co. Phone 91 1
Almost a Panic " in some of the Stocks, but this
Subsides and the Worked begins to
New fork, Deo. 14. Wall street b-
gan the day today with more anxiety
than shown since tbe May panlo of
1893. The maiket opened weak and
excited with prices generally lower.
Many wild rumors were afloat and
brokers generally sent oat imperative
calls to customers tor more margins.
In the pit tne greatest excitement
was around the Amalgamated Copper
and Steel trading posts. After the de
moralization of the first half hoar sab-
sided powerfal support became mani
feflt and there were spasmodic rallies
all through the list. Copper carried
three points oyer last night. Southern
Pacific and Colorado Fuel one point,
and fractional gains were established
In other leading stooks, ' The trading
was eitremely fererlsh in the rally,
bat the market settled down into a
quieter tone than before at 11 o'clock.
The fiord of selling orders caused
values to tamble all along tbe - line.
Sugar, Faciflo Mall, Steel common,
Pennsylvania; and Union iPaoiflo de
clined one half to two percent. - Amal
gamated proved the strongest stock In
tbe list opening from an eighth to a
point higher. This proved the Influen
cing factor, nd caused stocks to rally
and early losses were regained. Tbe
opinion prevail that the stampede
caused by Lawson's advertisements is
Money to Loan
- Representing tbe Equitable Savings fe Loan 'Asso- '
ciation of Portland, Or., the strongest, safest & most
reliable institution on the Paciao coast, under State
supervisiom.Loans made short or long time to suit.
j., - - WM. GRANT, Agent
City property for sale. .
Breeders of BERKSHIRE and POLANDOHINA
r Wenow have eight youngbucks, pure bred, Cots
wold and shropshires, ready for service, anyone need,
ing choice bucks, should see these to , appreciate theni
Young etock always on hand, and always glad to
have you call and see our hogs, as we breed them Sox
the Farmer, and ask you to compare our paices before "
bnvins; some where else.
; E$ur .M ) rice
i?tA08.,?ereby ,Te, whom tt maroon
1.1 ififli?rera,nu"nyp'', a0"' July
V.lr" mum nofin or ferry on uii
Notice of ' Final Settlement ;
v.ia f h.fhr vtvf n. that the nndenlgned
1 h tiled the final aorounl .of her doing Mei-
conlrlx or tne last win n-
th J WaUnn, deoeawnl; nd tbt the Count
&,nH biw appointed Monday the 2nd dy cl
bram h ow ' defmrlopd animal. One dark
old. iiL'XTZW";. yrn.7t i oTlrp: nl..thetlme.-.nd
'im'n?lhM been taken up by me and la the Court Honae at La Orande. Union County.
?WiWUh "y cattle on the Draper plaeeaboul Orenon, as the place for the hoarin or aaio
mile, northeast or l.iun 'n nj mxinnt. Al Deraona hals any objec-
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Dated tola 7U uaj of November, ln.
JL Urauda, Oregon, Novauiber lulh, i
' Portland, De3 14 Jodg Bellingor,
after hearing ar.umenls today In tbe
land traad cases, overraled tbe conten
tion of the defendant that tuey would meDt Go. it io
be pat twice la jeopardy and declared
that there was no reason why the sec
We Arc Growing
There is nothing that speaks the
continued growth of a city as tbe
new additions that are constantly be
ing placed on the market.
Daring the past year there have
been Mveral additions entirely sold
out and wttbin tbe past two months
two more have been plotted and lot
are for sale.
These (wo last additions show that
tbe demand for realetate is not con
fined to one portion of tbs city but in
all directions The 0 Connor addi
tion is now on tbe extreme east and
the Qangloff addltiyn Just blaced on
the market by the L Grande lovtut
tbo extreme western j
part of the city. But will soou b 1
Chain wood by the Cord
128 cubic feet to the cord. 16-inch dry chaia
wood $3 per cord. This is cheaper than by the load. ' ,
You pay for what you get and get what you pay for.
pbone 571 H. W.NIBLEY
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settled with many nice borne.
Millions To School
trial should not proceed, me
defendants argued that as thy were j
oonvit ted last week for detracting tn t
gove Dmu Vui v ...... ChlCtg0 Dec. 14 It l an boilta-
ship 117, and as the present case was . "'"su
based ou allied fraud. In Oregon." I "oonnwd lb a'ternooo tn t
it was virtuall. two prosecutloas for BockMler has given bt twi or
il.esameoffe.se. : bree militant to tbe ChioeRti uriiv i
A selection ot a Jury for tbe second sity to etbliu a school ol engineer
trial will begin tomorrow. ling.
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