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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1911)
LA GRANDE, UNION COUNTY, OREGON.
MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911.,
GOiVIMENCES'lJULY 8th 1911
The time has come again when stocks must be lowered when summer, goods must go. Come to this sale with
full confidence that you will get by far the greatest values possible to secure anywhere and you will not be dis
appointed. ; The assortments' are ample---the goods are worthy the prices are extraordinary. Its the one big
barcrain event of the season. v ' v
Broken lots nearly all sizes. ;
$2.50 Suit, now'..l-.;..$1.50 '
2.00 Suit, now ., 1.00
One lot of Men's Oxfords, $4.00 to $5.00 val
ues, now . ...... ... $2.50 ;
Boys' Suits half price
Boys' Hats one third off
Read these items and then take advantage of them
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT
ON ALL MEN'S CAPS.
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT
ON ALL MEN'S PANTS.
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT
ON ALL MEN'S STRAW HATS. ;
THIRTY-THREE AND A THIRD PER
ON MEN'S FANCY VESTS. ,
$3.00 Boys' Shoes, now ............................ 2..$1.85
2.75 Boys' Shoes, now'.----JL 1.75
2.50 Boys' Shoes, now ...:.................. 1.50
2.25 Boys' Shoes, now 1.35
2.00 Bovs' Shoes, now 1.25
THE STORE THAT SATISFIES 1
Awarded flold Medal for Ulgrli
Every Sack Warranted and Sat
N faction guaranteed. ' ,
For Sale by
KSEW LA GRANDE WHEN OLD VSL
YERS1TY STOOD HERE.
Man Who Out-Rllej 8 Riley lias Long
Curecr In the West.
1120 ikfflus?x avj:m"E
We have a fresh lot of
Butter Thin Wafers
Also a fresh supply of
Vegetables and Piuits
fresh every morning.
H. Patiison, Prop.
Hot in tkt Association
Judge J. D. Flennor of Boise arrived
this morning to fill a UUey recital en
gagement wlih the La Grande Chau
tauquans this evening.- He ia an old
newspaper man hhuwdf, having edited
the Idaho Dally Statesman way bock
In '88. He also founded and edited
' among other things the Judge said:
"Yes, your city is a most delightful
surprise to me. Of course, you young
fellows don't know much about old La
Grande, but I passed through here
when it was a very small village, way
back In '17, on my way to Walla Walla
where I was principal of publlo achoos
there for a while. Then tho Methodists
had a little shack for a church'and the
Blue Mountain university was In Its
glory. By the way, I came near being
the president of that Institution once;
I was down for It but the G range vilte
people, where I had gone to establish
an academy would not let me off. Bui
I have a distinct remembrance of La
Grande as it was In '77, and In eon
trast to the present beautiful and en
terprlslng city I am glad that, touse
a Riley expression, "the tlme8 air not.
jest Ho they usd to be. I knew some
the paper known as The Capital News'
of liolse. He was secretary to Sena-1
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talen that can be secured. Your Chau- Friday of every week.
tauqua will make of La Grande tho Manager Sherwood Is frequently be
mecca for the scholarship "of thla part lng congratulated on the excellence of
of Oregon, affording not only the very j his offerings to the people and this lat
best kind of Instruction but the very, est decision of his to Increase the en-
best entertainment as well.
tertainment for the patrons of his
HE WAS OX THE SQUARE.
One Man Saw Flight and Then Came
' With His Money.
"Yes, I am a good like Emerson In house is to be highly commended
one respect at least. You remember,! "Sherry" Is a showman, knows his
he gaid he liked anybody wno like Pla- business, and the people know him, ex
to; well, I like anybody who likes pect all good things from his house
Riley. I call Riley the Burns of Amer-I and staff, and they get It "They say
lea. You know, I suppose, that he' It's good."
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paralysis. It Is likely he has written
hlg last poem, but he has written som Ion has held no convention for three piece and everyone was happy.
The Ironmolders' International un-
The aviation committee had an en
joyable transaction last evening after
the meet. When Walsh had made good
with a splendid flight a man came to
the committee and said: 1 wa8 one of
the people who stayed on the outside
but Walsh flew and here B the price."
With that he handed over n fnnr hit
of the old timers Lena, but I reckon
'the mossy marbles rest' on their fold
ed hands and lips of snow In the cem
et?ry. The late Abram Eads who was
a .presiding elder In the Methodist
church for many years, a graduate of
the old Bluo Mountain university, was
for years my personal friend and one
of the stalwart heroic type of Metho
dist preachers, a scholar and a rips
and good, one,' one of the men who
has left the stamp of genlug and schol
arship on the present generation., As
sociated with him was Father Wilbur,
another old time hero, and H. K. Hln-,
both dead, Wilbur since 1S88 and Hines
since 1907. Mike your newspapers understands Riley perfectly and h's In-
things that will live in American liter
ature. When people fall to be moved j
by 'The Old Swlmmln' Hole and 'Out j
to Old Aunt Mary's, It will be tlnle to
wind up affairs In this country from a j
literary standpoint and go back to bar
Judgo Flenner will give his Riley re-
cital at the Riverside Park Chautauqui
this evening. Hp read before the'
Boise Chautauqua, and hn8 accepted ani
Invitation to tour Californla wlth one
of the largest literary, musical and
entertainment bureaus In the state. J
Ex-Governor Hanly, who lecured be
fore the Chautauqua here a short time "' -
ago spys of Judgo Flenner'a Riley; j 'AArttrttinJ. .'.l " Tf-
"I knew Riley personally ' and have .
heard him in the day8 of his power in
terpret his own poems. He Is of course
Inimitable but today I heard Judge J. .
D. Flenner In hla recital and ha de-(
lighted and charmed me. He certainly,
Phone Red 971 next door
. . Observer office.
Faints as they
paint in cities
and makes reason
Consult him about
Ftonner, lUlor Interpreter
i tor Fred T. Dubois of Idaho for two
ysrs. and it was acting as hlg secr-
i jury ibat he made a reputation as a
Iniley Interpreter In many of the leaft
1 1 lng cttle of the cast. In an Interview
und 1 like your Chautauqua and your
city. Enterprise, enterprise every
where so marked and evident.
"Boise has just closed a very suc
cessful Chautauqua and It wag sup
ported quite liberally Ty Its business
men. They all say it Is one of tb.
very best advertisements Boise ha
had. It has made it the literary talk
of the whole country. .
"That you have such men as Dr.
McMillan and Geo. T. Cochran and
those associated with them who are
willing to devote their energies to
building up such an Institution as your
Chautauqua is a credit not only to La
terpretatlons are simply delightful for
their naturalness and simplicity.' .
TOUR CHASGES EACH WEEK OR.
DEE HEREAFTER. ,
Money and Time Spent to Make the'
At the cost of considerable time and
money Manager Sherwood has decid.-l
Grande hut to all this part of Oreson. to give four changes In his program tt.,
They hustled in and subscribed llbei
ally to make up the deficit and are
plannlnf for a big pavilion and
grounds next year with the very best
ery week instead of the three chan??s
which prevailed hsrotdfore. In future
the change of program will take place
on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday an$
at COVE, ORE., JULY 19th
"Come where the Luscious Cherry Grows"
Great Fruit Display ' r
Sports of all kinds r
Base Ball Game
Exhibition of Fancy Shooting
Excursion on Central P;i