East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 25, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1904.
PAGE FOUR.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Published erery afternoon (cscept Sunday)
at I"enuleton. Oregon, bj the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
Sl'llSCIiirTlOX KATES,
Dsllj. one year bj mall" $
Dally, rlx montns by mall
Dally, three month by mall
Dally, osc month by mall
Dally, per month by carrier . . .
ivevsty. one year oy man
ntli. nil months by mall
Weekly- (our months by mall
Semi-Weekly, one year by mall . .
Semi-Weekly. Ii months by mall
Seml-WeeSiiy. three months by mall
5.00
AO
1.25
.30
.65
1.50
73
.50
2.00
1.00
.50
Member Scrlpjw McIUe Xeve Association.
The Bast Oresontan Is on sale at It. It.
Rich's .Xetrs Stands at Hotel l'ortland and
Botel lVrklnj. l'ortland. Oresou.
San rraneUco Bureau. 405 Fourth St.
Chkace Itnreau. POP Security liulldins.
Washington, D. C. Ilurean, 501 14th St.,
X. W.
Telephone. Main 11.
Entered at Pendleton postoCke as. second
class matter.
UNIO.i&)LAaEO
the city joining the organization, and
scores of wealthy farmers and ranch
ers from outside Joining It, and the
Increased revenue being put into an
advertising campaign.
No visitor at the association's par
lors frbru abroad should be allowed to
escape to bis native wilds, east, west,
south or north, without carrying with
him illustrated pamphlets descriptive
of the splendid opportunities which
the city and county offer every Intel
ligent, thrifty and progressive man
who desires to change his location.
The association mnnagers are on
the right track, but they ought to
have $10 to spend ou n "follow up"
campaign after Investors where they
have one now, and every dollar could
be profitably spent.
"NERVOUS AND IRRITABLE." RIlIXXIXXXIlllXIIIU
Pe-ru-na is Invaluable to Ailing
Women.
WHIRLWIND ON THE WAY.
You and Today.
With every rising of the sun,
Think of your life as just begun.
The
and
past has shrived
burled deep.
All yesterdays; there let them
sleep.
Nor seek to summon back one
ghost
Of that Innumerable host.
Concern yourself with but to
day. Woo It and teach it to obey
Tour will and wish. Since
time began.
Today has been the friend of
man!
But, In his blindness and his
sorrow.
He looks to yesterday and to
morrow. Yon and today! A soul sub
lime And the great judgment hour
of time.
With God Himself to bind the
twain,
Go forth. 1 say. attain, attain!
Magazine of Mysteries.
The depths of hyprocrisy nre sound
ed by some newspapers and politic
ians In the wall going up about the :
"danger, of pauer immigration, to
American institutions." etc., etc. In
the broad sense all Americans are
immigrants, or the descendants of im
migrants, and the exceptions are
taken only to the importation of those
foreigners who are really a detriment
to the country.
But the policy of importing the
most vicious and ignorant classes be
cause they furnish the cheapest la
bor that the great mining and manu
facturing and railroad interests can
get hold of, is one that has been !
i '
ItC -- LSJ-iiOV'l I t
'tM-, r&2 v&S, riYJL. '
Celia narrmctoi. k
,, '
CAN FILL A WIDER FIELD.
Freewater ! way.
Miss Cclia Harrington, 303 Second are-
especially. fostered, indeed originated, nnei Detroit, Mi -K., wntest
. 'by the republican partv. In one year "Wiakni Us filled many months of
I alone 7U00 native-born Americans ,m-r li,e 6U,Ier n"- Through care-
ii i i , . lc-"ncss I raucnt a oeverecUd two vcar
were discharged from employment In n wIirh pt..(H, in catarrh and .erioua
ithe mines and factories of Pennsyl-' jr interfered with the regular function
. vanta alone and their places filled by , of the body, and made me nervous and
j specially Imported foreigners of the Irritable. I bgan taking reruns and
lowest classes. There was no out-, I" i faithful helper, u it en
ward trace of a violation of the anti- ri?11 n,-v b'? nd ! tha
i... ... i , whole eystem. J have no pain now and
; contract labor law relating to Immi- KIU awavi weI1 ...
grants, but the places left vacant by. Female weaklier U generally de-
- the discharge of the native-born pendent upon catarrh of the pelvic or-
Americans were quietly smoothly ' pans,. Peruua cures catarrh wherever
and permanently filled from the ranks 1,M'a'l'd-
. ! of the immigrants, just the same. fi Dr 1,artmBn' Vref ltIent of
f mi .. - ,. ... , Jl ,..ll..i4U 0U litr.UIU, I'UlUiUUUS.
l i li mrnnrntinnc nt ilfffomnt Mml, '
.. .. ...
- , spousoreu by tne republican par''
, ; have been for many yenrs ailing this
country up with ignorance, anarchv
and moral Irresponsibility from for-
; elgn countries, and they have some
I what overdone it, even from their
own standpoint, because this elemen'
, is the dangerous one in strikes and
other disputes, and is fast growing
) more and more uncontrollable. They
have been, and are, "sowing the
j wind." and the whirlwind Is on the
4
Ohio, ft
A business man from
said last evening to the editor of the j A ncg of the oplnons of those
East Oregonlan: "I do not think you j who have attenUe(I the great ,nlerna.
people realize to any proper extent j tionaI exhlult8 or worIJ.8 falrs of the
the influence of your Commercial As-, past Mny vears ,g , the efffict tha
soclation; or more properly speaking, tlie St j,,,,. espositjon ,s the bIsge8tf
the Influence that it might have. J but at the Mmc Um(? about th(? cnJd-,
What I especially refer to Is the Im- j esI affalr of the Wn(, that hag evef
presslon fellows from the outside get been pulIed off u not judIcIouBly
about the town who are guests of the arranged rom the 8tanilpomt of the
association during affairs like the perso who mugt economize nls tlme
Bhooting tournament. These men, l takes about u.,ce ns much travel
and hundreds of others during the ! ,0 get ,n same ammmt of g,ght..
course oi tne years time come nere geeing as at the Chicago exisition,
f 'c: i ' raturu.
-4
I TV- i V l" 'he sky comes M
I X Xll Vi .the star of health 3
XdentdyssepUc, -4
to different events from widely sep
arated localities, and take my word
for it, their most lasting impressions
of the city are formed right here In
the Commercial Association's parlors.
In a certain sense, these men. no
matter if they do come here on bus
iness, or for an outing in which most
of their time during the day is taken
up, find considerable time in which to
study their new environment from
the standpoint of the tourist and of
the traveler with a curiosity to satis
fy. And you have no Idea, unless
you have been similarly situated else
and the whole affair Is less complete
and ready for the public at the end of
two months, than the Chicago expo-;
sltion was at the end of the first 10
days.
WHY BOYS LEAVE THE FARM.
The fact that two out of every '
three farmer boys in the University
of Missouri take other courses than !
the agricultural ostensibly for the
purpose of enabling them to leave
the farm, has caused the university
authorities to wonder why the boys '
leave tne lann.
The agricultural course at the unl-1
where, how far the various influen-1 "'"'J""'? hlch the mo?1 ef'
01 the Commercial Association's j but the boy8 txom the farm fight shy I
famous remedy
does for the stom
ach that which it
Is unable to do (or
itself, evsc if but
slightly disordered
or overburdened.
Kodol
supplies the natural
juices of digeshor and
does the work of the
stomach, reiaxinc the
nervous tension, vhlle
the inflamed rr.uscles
and membranes of that
organ are aWowed to
rest and heai. It cures
indigestion, flatulence,
palpitation 0! the heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
weary despon
dent dyspeptic.
curing all
stomach
ffl, troubles and
digestive
disorders.
v
1 4
V
WW
issswlA
la Stskr Cta Ssl Tea.
Bcttks oohr. 1.00 She hoUta 5tf
a trui m. wuch Mluor 50c
equipment and management go in
formulating visitors' opinions of the
town Its society, business, prospects
and purposes."
And much more to the same effect,
some of the observations being in" the
nature of sharp criticism of the
Commercial Association not because
of mismanagement or neglect, but be
cause. In the Freewater man's opin
ion, it is not filling the full measure
of Its opportunities. There was no
gainsaying his opinions, because they
came from the standpoint of an out
sider who js shrewd and fair.
Visitors are always impressed by
the welcome extended by the Pen
dleton Commercial Association, and
always highly compliment their
treatment and speak in most flatter.
lng terms of the equipment of the
parlors, and the courtesies shown
them. But there is no denying the
fact that only a small corner of the
legitimate field for action by the as
sociation Is filled, from the viewpoint
of one who knows what a full utiliza
tion of its possibilities for advertis
ing the town and county can accom
plish. Not only can "favorable im
presslons" be made upon the hund
reds of visitors from distant points
who pasa through its portals every
year, but Impressions can be made
that would make Pendleton and Uma
tilla county household words all over
the Northwest and farther. This can
of It, preferring the courses in medi
cine, law or engineering, and many .
of them take the academic course. ,
Missouri editors were asked to ex
plain the reason the boys leave the
farm, and a number of interesting re
plies have been received. '
L. P. Strum, editor of the Saline1
Sold by Tallman & Co.
BAD BLOOD
lkl traabU wllli sir boU wkteh mU sar
County Index, says he "was reared .iiAY-V.V7''wS".r,hpK tZ
on a farm and would still like to get kcL0:.Ti"I 5Sl4fbi.,,J2 H
up at o o clock and harness the ! dupn4 nur a ramu's iiuar bm. 5
horses, eat while the horses do and iitM . tVW hTvV7s,i t riuif- "
C. i, ruea, so rn A..., iitw To, cuy, X.X.
I soa u vrcis.
outer cxnujmc
1.0 lnn i.r . i. ... .1 wnai mnuence cou;u ue more po-
be done by every eligible person In Jtent'"- Kansas City Star,
hurry to the field amid the song of 1
tne uiras, tne perfume of flowers and
the sparkle of the dew, there to turn mSKL Dal For
the loamy soil about the growing m m. W The Dowels.
crop.
"Pride," he said, "has driven many
a boy from the farm. The roughness
of bis bands and the tan of his
cheeks, acquired by hard work In the
sunshine, make him feel at a dlsad-'
vantage with his city cousin, whom 1
bo rhnnra tt men In lha r I
some favorite lady friend Sunday rS"k!.I&&&.&&
The air Of superiority exhibited by SterUo Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Boo
chap makeasDdthe ttf ,1. SHE, TEM WUWM MXES
ease, and he goes home at night sick f
at heart and tired of the farm. He t,....,
imagines ms country lass zavors tne I
city chap and would prefer some i t J
other life than the farm.
Like Maud Muller, she is not con
tent with her lot and she spurns the
love of the noble farmer boy becauso
of what she thinks Is his humble
calling. The result is the boy be
comes disgusted with the farm. Even
at college or the university, the young
women seldom turn their smiles and
approval toward the farmer boy In
preference to the law student, the
civil engineer or medical student.
F. E. Van Dtfsen
& Co.
CONTRACTORS OF
WORK.
BRICK
Boiler setting and fire places
done In first-class manner.
Address Box 455, Pendleton.
NOW FO
THE
WIND-UP
THE SULLIVAN AND BOND REMOVL SALE HAS BEEN GOING ALONG T I J
CLIP EVER SINCE ITS iNCErMlUN tiHU Munutitus ut- PEOPLE HAVE BEEN 1
WE WANT TO CLOSE THE BALANCE OF THE STOCK WITH A HIP HURRAH.
NEVER, NO, NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF OUR FAIR CITY HAS SUCH ASTOlls
GAINS BEEN OFFERED BY ANY INSTITUTION AS WILL NOW BE GIVEN AT THa
OUT SALE OF SULLIVAN 4 BOND STwCK.
THIS IS A CLOSING OUT AS WELL AS A REMOVAL SALE, AS WE ACE FT:
THAT NOT AN ARTICLE IN OUR PRESENT STOCK SHALL BE MOVED INTO
STORE.
THE CONTRACT HAS BEEN CLOSED FOR THE ERECTING OF THE MATLOCK I
AND THE LAYING OF THE BRICK WALLS WILL SOON COMMENCE. THIS IS THE 1
WE ARE TO OCCUPY AND UNDER OUR CONTRACT, IT IS TO BE READY FOR OUR C
BY AUGUST 15TH. THE CONTRACTORS UNDER THEIR AGREEMENT MUST
ALL POSSIBLE SPEED AND IN ORDER TO GET INTO THE NEW BUILDING WE
RID OF EVERY PIECE OF GOODS WE HAVE BY AUGUST 1ST. AS OUR NEW STOCK!
ARRIVING BY THAT DATE AND WE NEED THE TIME FROM THE FIRST TO THEF
TO GET THE NEW STORE READY FOR THE INSPECTION OF THE PUBLIC. OURK
WILL BE THE PRETTIEST. BEST ARRANGED MERCANTILE INSTITUTION IN EAS1
EGON, AND OUR NEW STOCK WILL BE THE LARGEST, BEST S ELECTED, BRIGHTErl
PLACED TO THE VIEW OF THE CITIZENS HERE.
WE WILL LEAVE THE FUTURE TO ITSELF AND TAKE CARE OF THE PRESEKT.I
NOT A DAY IS TO BE LOST BY US IN GETTING RID OF THE STOCK ON HAa r
GO AND GO AT ONCE. COME IN AND GET YOUR SHARE WHILE YOU CAN AT THE t
AL SALE PRICES.
COST IS NOT CONSIDERED BY US NOW. THE MAIN THING WITH US IS TO I
GOODS OUT OF OUR POSSESSION.
DONT HESITATE, COME IN OUR STORE. SEE FOR YOURSELF. WE CAN Pll
AND BROAD SMILES WILL PASS OVER YOUR FACE WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE PRKtl
Sensational Bargains
WORKING SHIRTS 3 FOR $1.00.
This line of working shirts Includes striped,
black and white stripe and black. Sells for $1.00,
73c and 50c. They go now at 35 cents a shirt, or
3 for $1.00.
GOc takes any straw hat In our store. Former
Price $2.0u, $1.50 and $1. They are your for 50
cents.
SENSATION IN HAT PRICES.
Only two dozen John B. Stetson hats left. All
are good styles and sell for $4.50 and $5.00. You
can take- your pick for $?.00.
Canvas gloves 6 cents a pair.
LEATHER BELTS FOR ONLY 35 CENTS.
These belts sell for 50c, 75c and $1.00. Take
your choice for 35 cents.
Boss of the Road bib overalls, sell for $1.00,
now 73 cents.
Boss of the Road waist overalls, sell for 75c
now going at 50c.
COMFORTERS FOR 65C.
Three dozen comforters, regular price $1.25
and $1.00, choice of tbe lot 65c.
PRICE CUT IN THE MIDDLE.
Men's neckwear will be cut ri!2
die in price. 100 dozen ties to Ml" 8
new and seasonable
FOUR FOR TWO BITS.
Hlack and tan sox, i pair tot Se :
dealers at 2 pair for 25c and tsidtoK
at that..
r. ".-. fanrv sor. Sit
YOU SAVE HALF.
.. . 1- t Cm injtwte"l
1'resiueni anu umc
00c. now go for 25c.
Men's 10c Huen handkerchief. I
UNDERWEAR AT HALF
Balbrlggan underwear, creim f '
$1.50 a suit, now "5c
... .nruTcnrn PRICES IN SKIP!
Silk bosom shirts. tlM P"1
75c soft bosom shirts for S5e
$1.25 and $1.60 stiff bom
THERE IS NOT ONE WORD OF EXAGGERATION IN TKIS ENTIRE ADVERT'
rnw . r-v-1 t w- ..in . . . r- ,r I HCT AS
i-ni nniibLc is jum A8 REPRESENTED AND EVERY Krlllt la ,
triMri euriiVTuiur .... .rr vnil FIND A Sl"&u
. ... ..iu in uun olUKE CAAbl UT Wfc fcLflim. ir ' (
RE8ENTATION IN OUR ADVERTISEMENT COME IN AND POINT IT OUT TO US
GIVE YOU THE ARTICLE FREE OF COST.
UnuccTU .0 .... .. . w .,.-rU vnU.
10 ,nt otol POLICY. WE UEAL MUWtaiLI rw
WE MUST GET RID OF THE GOOD8. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. WE
LOSERS. WE SAY THE GOOD8 MUST GO, AND THEY MUST.
Sullivan & Bo
Sensational bargains are now
on at the little store that does
things... WATCH US GROW
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