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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1911)
LA GRANDE EVENING OBSERVER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
SATURDAY, the 9th, we will
candies up to 35c values, at .
This sale will be on between the hours of 9
and 1 1 o'clock, a. m., 2 and 4 o'clock, and
7 and 9 p. nu These are the candies which
sell regular and 4Qc, but just for
fun we will sell them between
the hours stated at . . . C
ilEfJ MOT Oi!
DPMI AM M HlGIIT ACRES JfAMES
OF THE TRACT. ,',
Twenty-Four Five-Acre Tracts Placed
; en Market This Morning.
Dunham Wright acres, consisting of
24 five-acre tracts, wtre dedicated
and placed on the market this morn
ing. The tract is located on the out
skirts of Cove near the Bell fruit ranch
and its location is well known to local
people. Dunham Wright, a pioneer
resident ot Cove, who is now residing
at Medical Springs is the owner but
VT. K. Davis of this city is the sales
manager and has the diupositon of the
tracts in his hands. Applications for
several of the tracts already brought
to Mr. Davis Indicates that the sale
will be rapid.": The price is graduated,
ranging according to , the nearness to
waittr aim otuer -utius umi go to uiane
one pleo3 of land more desirable thaa
others, and as all but a, very small
portion of the tract is under water
ditch, the owners believe the tracts
will sell rapidly.1 It is -adjacent to
soni3 of the finest orchards In the
world. - ' -
OHIO GOVERN 016 GOES EAST
. His DrawbMHt. .
Vis he Urnorant?"
' '"Very." ""' '
"But he may overcome it." ' ...
"Never, tf Lloyds wre t:tmiM
him I am sure they would be willing
i-uo iiif uu uiaurv H for ntm,"
' Couldn't B. Cthrwi,
"You henrd aHnt many children
In the village t.lnj i mumps.
"Weil, they gave a party for them.
"It must have been a awell tttalr."
Vice Presidential Question Also Both-
erg Eastern States. ...
LOOKING OVER C0ERDALE
Boston, Mass., Sept. 8. The appear
ance of Governor Harmon ot . onto.
here as the guest of honor and chief
speaker at the barbecue outing to be
given by the democratic organization
of Boston has aroused considerable
interest in political circles in New
England, It will be the tfrBt apeech
that the Ohio governor has delivered
In the east since he .loomed up prom
inently as a presidential candidate
The fact that the names of two New
Eniland'jrs Governor ' Baldwin of
Connecticut and Governor Fobs of
Massachusetts are mentioned In con
nection with the democratic nomina
tion for vice -president.'lends addition
al Interest to tb' Harmon visit. The
nnlltlclans take the view that If either
Baldwin or Foss ; la to "be" supported
by New England; for second place on
the democratic ticket as isintimated,
a wesurh ; Candidate for fim; place
m lght H n tur ally be c x pected to enjoy
an advattagie in this section. ver Gov
ernor Wilson of New Jersey, the nom
ination of whom for president would
probably be followed by the selection
of a western man for vice president;
. Bank President What's the matter.
Bank Vice President I was Just think
tag. l sat. next to our cashier, in
church yesterday, and I don't quit
Bke the way be sings "Will tkey m
me when I'm goner" Puck.
im hum i ii in m m iiih
I Daily Shipments of
I Fresh Veget-i
I ables and Fruits
CAPACITY Al'DIEXCE HEARS POP.
VLAR COMPANY. ,
The Great Northwest" Will Be Given
' Tonight by Same Company.
, A. capacity audience gathered , at
'Steward's opera house last night to
-itreet thcs arrival of "The Boss' of Bar
Z Ranch." To say they spent an en
Joyatile evening would be putting it
mildly. "The Boss of Bar Z Ranch"
la of the type of plays that please tha
young and old allko and we are sorry
-that we do not have the opportunity of
witnessing more plays of the kind.
Miss Louise Lowe as Florence Cur-
f ties, the boss of the ranch, was greet
ed by her large number of friends and ,
at once proceeded to make more. Th8
comedy honors were carried away by
Miss Annie Glrard and Mr. Lowe as
Arabella Marshall and Doc Ryra respec
tively. To say they were funny would
ba saying nothing for our sides are
ccbtng -yet from laughing at their ori
ginal love making. '- V; '
Miss Mamie Haslam is a clever lit
tle actiwsa who work we 'are anxious
to see more of. And we say the same
of W. R. Siegfried who did Billy Wil
son. E. R. Howland as Frank Marvel
and Val Howland as Richard Huntley
also did some very clever work in
their respective roles
- Tonight the great Canadian play,
"Tha Great Northwest," will be pre
sented for the first time In our city.
The play is by Eugene Walters, .oiw
ot America's greatest writers and is
sure lo-be a play that few can afford
to tilEs. 1 ''.:
A number of people wen? disappoint
ed in not Becurlng tickets last night
as the tickets were all sold before the
house opened at 8 o'clock.
THE ISIS HAS IT AGAIN.
Spokane Man Thinks Well of the Fn
hire of La Grande
The implicit confidence that many
people have in Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy is
founded on their experience in the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
im m i miiinni i ii.iiii Ton i i it lim n
Spot Light Classic Songs for Friday
and Saturday by Popular Request
By request of many of the patrons
of the Isls theatre, Manager Sherwood
will again put on the musical pro
gram which was so successfully ren
dered last Sunday. ' ; li s :
This class of music is gaining hold
of this public and the public is not
slow in asking for more of it.
It is a good sign, and very evident
that the best is none too good for La
Grande. ; The Isis being able and al
way willing to give the best, concedes
tonight a repetition of the music given
last week end, and fulfilled with so
much appreciation by those who heard
it. . ..- :
Today and Saturday . Miss Garrlck
will sing at matineeri, "A May Morn
ing" and Mr. Go. Birnle will be heard i
Friday and Saturday nights In that
magnificent song, "Out on the Deep."
"We believe, Indeed, we known, that
tha quality of the offerings at he Isis
theatre is far above the ordinary and
we are glad" to place it on record,"
said Manager Sherwood today. .
Arthur D. Jones, of Spokane, is in.
the ctly today looking over Connerdale
He has no hesitancy in expressing his 'the many remarkable cures of colic,
faith in La Grande's future and be-; diarrhoea and dysentery that it has
lleves it is destined to be the Spokane effected. For sale by all dealers,
of th.3 Oregon country. I. eod & wkly '
Home Grown Lettuce, Radishes, t
.Greea Onions, Corn', 'Carrots,
Engie? Vnlley Tomatoes, Idaho
Peaches . and Watermelons,
Green Peppers and Egg Plant,
Sweet Water aiid Tokay Grapes.
For Sale by
rE take pleasure in announcing our ; complete read
iness for fall business. We welcome you to see
our unusual display of new fall styles for men.
And to shire in the dislributhw ou quality merchandise at moderate prices.
The total number of old age pen
sioners in The United Kingdom at ue
end of March was: Men,' 533,000"
special 2 5C
Hose for Boys
25 cent value
now zU cents
Pay cash and
45 cent HARDWOOD
While they last
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'The Afew Suits
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Come and see them now while the new
' styles and patterns are here In great ,
' ; ftbundance. Men who recognize the . .
advantages of an early choice are sn'e
to be Impressed with our excellent v
showing of Fall styles.
V2M TO $30.00
FALLS NEWEST THINGS
in HATS and FURNISHINGS
Await jonr Inspection-here. The ,
qualities are the best and they are -PRICED
TO SATE IOC MOXEY. :
Seil the Best of Everything for Men
In qualities that glre satisfaction and styles that represent at U times the
Tery newest and most fashionable things to be had. Ton will find trading
here to be pleasing and satisfactory In every way. Come and get acquainted -with
onr excellent values. ,
THE STORE THAT SATISFIES