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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1904.
Has been tho trado at our little store. Peoplo realize that the
size of tho storo, tho numbor or clerks employed or tho slzo of tho
stock carried lias nothing to do with tho money saving values
Blvcn. Its tho quality of tho Koods and tho low prices placed on
each article that counts.
Tho compulsory sale means a great deal to tho buyers of
clothing. It means tho best suits at lower prlcos than over quot
ed In Pendleton.
This shipment of clothing sent us through an error on the
part of tho factory beforo wo nro ready for It makes It Impera
tive that wo got rid of t at once. In order to dispose of a largo
shipment llko this it is neccssnry to glvo great Inducements and
mako tho prices so low and the values so big that peoplo will
be compelled to buy becauso the bargains aro Irresistible
OUR OFFERS ARE
And peoplo who have called havo found tho greatest, grandest
and most convincing money-saving prices over offered In Eastern
Oregon. Wo proposo to close out ovory artlclo by tho ond of this
month. Clothing nnd furnishing goods. Its up to you to take ad
vantage of this sale.
The manufacturers of tho clothing who made tho error, wired
us to get rid of the goods and charge the loss to them.
Don't hesitate, but como In and see this magnificent lino of
clothing and separate trousers. Tho price Is tho main thing to
you, but on that score wo aro posltlvo to please you.
THE REMOVAL SALE
Prices on furnishing goods aro more wonderfully low than
over. Wo aro doing It. Come In and soe.
KAHKI SUITS $1.00
Greatest bargain In Pendleton's merchandizing. Cont and
pants, best grade, regular army make, for only $1 suit. Como In
"and let tho goods and prices talk to you.
Sullivan (Sh Bond
Compulsory and removal sale. Tho llttlo storo that Is break
ing all bargain records.
Where to Stop at North Beach
Tho Ureakers Hotel Is conducted to attract tho best patronage,
and Is a summer hotel that is unsurpassed on the Pacific Coast
north of the famous California beach resorts.
The building has an ocean front of 100 feet, Is 7G feet wide and
four stories high, or 73 feet from tho ground lloor to tho top of the
It has handsomely furnished rooms, single or en suite, for 250
guests, each room being carpeted.
Tho house is lighted by electricity with electric lights and elec
tric call bells In every room, and these lights mako It ono of the
most brilliant beacons on the entire coast.
Tho entire lower floor Is thrown open to the public, and, being
beautifully carpeted, tho spacious reception room and large, airy
halls always form favorlto gathering places for guests. Tho billiard
and pool room Is also quite popular for merry gatherings.
An Aeolian and Pianola In the commodious parlor furnishes
delightful music at all times, and musicals arc pleasant features
during the entire season.
Tho Brenkers has a regular orchestra which furnishes music
for Informal dances arid balls, and tho largo dining room, with Ita
smooth, hard floor, makes -an Ideal hall for regular dancing parties.
An abundance o ffresh and salt water fish, clams, oysters, crabs
and other sea food is always on our menu; our entire supply of
milk, butter and cream, comes from our own herd of Jersoy cows,
and poultry and eggs aro supplied from the hotel farm adjoining
Thero aro hot and cold, fro ah and salt water baths In the house,
with private baths and toilets. K
Tho waves of the ocean at high tide roll within 200 feet of the
hotel, and tho beach in front is superb for surf bathing.
On the grounds aro bowling alloys, golf links, tennis courts and
croquet sets; on tho Jake, Just back of tho hotel, Is a fleet of sail
and row boats, and on Sboalwator bay, just east of the lakes, is a
gasoline launch for parties of fishermen, picnickers or others who
prefer tho warm, still-water bathing to tho tumbling of tho surf.
All trains stop at tho railroad station in the hotel grounds, and
no crowding Into hotel omnibuses or walking in sand is necessary,
since tho hotel ground Is a porfect velvety lawn, whero tho guests
are practically lauded at tho hotel door,
Tho Breakers Hotel Is located at Breakers Station, a regular
ticket office, whero all trains stop. It is one and a half miles north
of Long Beach Station.
In purchasing tickets see that they read to Breakers, Wash.,
and have baggage checked through to that point.
Telegraph and telepbono connections In tho lintol,
Address all correspondence as follows:
Long Beach, Wash.
OREGONIAN TELLS OF HI8 OREGON PIONEER SEEKS HIGH-
IMPRESSIONS OF ST. LOUI8. WAY OVER THE CASCADES
8ays W. J. Bryan Could Command the John Mlnto, Aged 83, Now Leading an
Excursion of Young Men to Find a
Attention of the Delegates When
Every Other Speaker Failed Great
est Demonstration Was When Cock
rell Was Nominated for President
Hon. John Mlnto of Salem, one of
Thomos It. Sheridan of Itosoburg, the most .experienced pioneers living
The disease which" has brought more suffering i
tlation and disgrace upon the humnn race is ti esni"
to-day that it was centuries ago. It is callci ?
Mood Poison, "The Bad Disease," mid is Pi,ntaE,M
of Forestry Included In the Project
In tho state, and who, for GO yenrs,
has been tireless in promoting Oregon
one of Oregon's delegation to the na
tional democratic convention at at. ntcre8t8 and In helping to dovelop
Louis, Is in tho city today, on routo tho resources of tho Willamette val-
homo, says the Oregon Dally Journnl. loy, Is planning to go into tho Cascade
Mr Sheridan Is well nlensed with 'tho mountains In .a fow days, whore ho
ho having been a Parker man from ff1,""11' incidentally, In the work
the first "f ll",1(,lnS trnll from the end of
Ho, with Governor Chamberlain, C. railroad through Mlnto Pass to
E. Iledflold and tredcrick V. Hoi- utook county, says mo niuuiiy ";
man voted for Parker from tho first
This Is ono of Mr. Mlnto's hobbles,
ballot to tho Inst, while with llko win a goon one u is. no duuuvuh w.ul.
firmness his colleagues In the dologn- the trauo ui uonirai isnsiorn uruguu
Hon, S. M. Onrlnnd and J. D. Matlock, could wid fho'l be 'r""Bl,t.,,lcroa.8
stood for Hearst. James Olenson " mountains to ; tho Willamette val
voted for McCIellnn, and W. F. Butch- loy. and thnt this can best ho dono
er for Bird S Color through tho pnss that bears his name.
"My strongest Impressions of tho for yenrs he has been advocating
convention? Well, perhaps tho thing tho construction of a trail many
thnt struck mo most forcibly was tho years ago he helped cut ono through
influence of Mr. Bryan. His person- the forest of tho Cnsca.do rango nt the
nitty carried far more weight thnn name place and ho will now spy out
thnt of any other man. No ono elso the land onco more, nnd see If the
could quiet tho convention. When- trail, which ho hopes to see grow Into
over ho appeared un tho platform and a well traveled road, cannot be cut
signed with his hands for quiet, tho this year nnd, though over S3 years
noise Immediately ceased. old, this active plonucr will undertake
"I think he acquitted himself with the labor and hardships of a summer's
credit, nnd the statement from cor- stay in the mountains to bring nbout
tnln qunrters that ho hurt himself his cherished project, and seo it be
lli any way by his actions In tho con- como n fact.
ventlon Is a mistake. Ho yielded Mr. Mlnto will ho accompanied by
all that ho should, and ho did it quite a party on his trip to tho moiin-
gracefully. I think Bryan went out tnlns, and ho will ho supported In his
of tho convention just ns strong as work by Manager Edwin Stone, of the
h wri i Into It. C. & E. railroad, who Is very much
"Anntlier fontiirn thnt. Imnressed mo impressed with the old pioneer's
was tho strength and high character plan, nnd thinks It will result In the
of tho men from the South. There opening or a vnmamo nignway oi
were some snlundld delegations from traffic.
the southern states. I mot many of The summer school of forestry, ns
these men and formed acquaintances advocated by Mr. Mlnto. nnd which ho
thnt hnvn urn.itlv liicnmspil mv rn. nroiioses to conduct, Is another of
spect and admiration for tho south- that gontleninn's pot theories, and he
ern people. will give n party or young men pruc-
"As tn I in rean t of tho reinvent Inn. Ileal instruction in lorestry hi uiu
I am sum It means harmonv. Thoro natural timber of tho Cascade range.
was a harmonizing spirit throughout, His long experience in Oregon, nnu
and It was strong to the last. Tho especially In tho mountains and for
lipst man wns nnmlnntid nnd nvorv ests of tho western part of tho state
ono went away feeling well pleased make him an excellent instructor in
with the work of tho convention. that lino, nnu lie win mcuicaio vniua-
The ureatest demonstration in the bio lessons, and will sow a seed that
entire convention occurred when Mr. will bo of vast benoflt to tho future of
Bryan nominated Francis M. Cockrell the state.
of Missouri for president. It was not
so much a demonstration by dele- SOUTH DAKOTA IS LAUNCHED,
gates as It was by th.e spectators, of
whom thero were thousands in the will Have Two Pre-Emlnent Qualities
names, but niuontr all nations is rctrnnlf.,1 ?t. . oltt -ega
nnd vilest of all human diseases. It ;"w.attt -3
worse ; the little sores that first appear arc soon t 10
l. ntlmrii ! the trlmuls nf tlio 1 B00n f1Wed
fl Dxbb Elatttar, tTntnnn anri nrnitlO UTV1 1 fltlfl flflfllHf f - WHS ft 111 ic ted XvttU vi.
Western Oregon Summer 8chool redemption breaks outon the 3f"JthfYnlW
Y" , thnt I would nor "'""rteaVd
become ulcerated, the hairand friend I then toVk n? WM- AtuS"'!
eye-brows drop out, and ugly JiSSa5fwt&' S&mS1?I
vnllnw blotches make their MiMt&. aVRb
appearance, and if the disease ovo hJ"la D f tho cU.V.V
is not checked nt this stage, Dox 85' vnnnah, Qa.
every bone, muscle, tissue ana nerve m the bodv hmm. .
..1 f.... ,., f i.! V ""UmtS lnl.u
Jjuiauii, unn iiu wit; .iivta ui me juui uj U1C SOlCS of th t
aoumi b 1UL iinywjlerc. To cun II,:. rH
the blood must first l- ,,,,Jr"r?lh,s.all3
this so quickly nnd surely as S '? c?
known for years as nn nt!.u.: .''tilj
virus of Contagious Mood Poison uJl "I
nsh may check it for n time, but it comes back in a still
form. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, nnd . I Brt M
. . ... .. , ...... , ,... -v is me!, a
tuni it contains n mineral lngrcuicnt. write for our home t
and learn nil about Contagious Mood Poison nnd lintJ fttl
for medical advice. THr.CWn-corni K M
I NEW FEATURES. INNOVATIONS,
rtc.vui.ujjuVi3 AND REAL
WTH FAVORS AND FULL OF
TRJUMFNS OF EVERY KIND
SO THE PEOPLE M&TM
WE PROMISE AND GIVE THE BEST CIRCUS
. rtiKniMwub ira MWtKlCA.
hall. It was a monster convention,
and Intensely Interesting all the time,
oven through tho whole night when
the convention sat through the con
test on resolutions nnd nominations."
Mr. Sheridan talked Interestingly
Speed and Concentration Total
Displacement of 14,000, With Heavy
and Effective Armament Speed of
23 Kiots Will Be Attained.
San Francisco, Cal., July 20. Ar
New spring shirts. Tho Boston.
of the various notable personages at rangements have been completed at
uiK iwiEuiu. n Hum ynunip tho Union Iron Works for tho launch
Clark was a Very Strong presiding Of- l.. tnmnrrnw nf tlm rmlonr South
fleer. John Sharp Williams, for the Dakota, whcll la t0 u0 one of tho
first tlrao prominent in a democratic nnDO ,i f,,r,i,ini,in ii,n.r
imuuuui vuu.emiuii, iul u oiruiiB nincl,,lea 0f th.0 now ImVy. In order to
man phys cally. While he is a man of get tho best advantngo of the tides
uuuilji. Ills IJUIBUlluiuy ib nut UAiru- (lln l,,,,tw.l,ln. ,lll nnt tnhn 11 n in
ordinary. Hill attracted but llttlo at- hi i)fm, ilnif nnRt Hix in .,, nveninc.
tention on me noor. aneenan oi isow Th smith rni,ntn ic n rnm.
York, was notlceablo for his sociable aCntatlvo of tho class of magnificent
armored cruisers of which another of
tho same type Is the Colorado, which
recently established a now speed re&
These two ships, with tho Maryland
California, Pennsylvania and West
Virginia, all of them of the same
class, dimensions and armnment, havo
been likened to battleships possess,
lng a protection of armor only a lit
tie under tho weight of thnt designed
I for the huge ships of the Georgia
' class, while they aro greatly superior
j to all battleships In point of speed.
I The South Dakota will have un un
j usually powerful battery, mado up of
I a great number of 8 and C-lncli guns,
j She will have a total displacement of
J , 14,000 tons, and will be exceeded In
slzo by only four vessels now uulld
J lng, these bolng battleships of .15,000
I The South Dakota will derive pre
eminence from two qualities speed
and concentration of Are. Her won
. derful engines, driving twin scrows,
Positively the best beer
Any quantity you de
sire. Delivered to your
Alwnys call for Olym
pla. A. NOLTE
Phone Main 111.
I . will dovelop a horso power of 23,000,
I capablo of propelling tho ship at a
.1 .. un i l. . .
i i hijlx'u ui m Knots un iiuur puniups
: This speed will at once take her
t outsido tho reach of pursuing battle-
! ships, whilo her powerful battery will
make of her a dangerous antagonist,
! both In engagements with vessels of
i her own class and those carrying
LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH
Dimension lumber of all de
scriptions. Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Moulding, Building and Tar
BRING YOUR BILL TO U8
AND GET OUR FIGURES.
Opposite W. & S. R. Depot.
The Washington & Columbia River
Railway Special summer txcur-
lon Rates to Coast Points.
Beginning June 15, 1904, the W. &
O. II. railway will have on salo tickets
to Wcatport, Long Beach, Clatsop
Beech, Tokoland, Ilwaco, Seavlow, Ti
oga, Pacific Park, Ocean Park, Nan
cotta, Flavel, Qearhart and return nt
$10.00 for the round trip.
For children of halt fare age, ono
half the abovo rate.
Tickets will be good returning until
For full Information call upon or
In order to accommodate Ashing
parties the O. It. ft N. Co. will, until
close of season, have train No. 2,
leaving here at 6:45 p. m., atop at
North Fork on Saturday evenings,
and train No. 1, due In Pendleton at
9 a, m stop at some place Monday
morning. This arrangement will be
In effect Saturday, May 14.
E. O. SMITH, Agent.
12.00 shoes for 11.00.
Overwhelmingly Superb Spectacular ilippowiiitl
wiin mo mo exiravaDaniii- eastiv anri ha.,tn..uu .i
tuni, rproanllna Japan, Rujala, India. AilafccS!
Soolland and Amarlos. 1
LA BELLE LEONA,
Quaen ol ths
Aran la now
tha only lady
GREAT " '
LOOPS THE LOOP
Defying tho lawi of gravitation, and aeorna to
make uao of tha solid loop and tho periaot bloycla.
MLLE. ARLINE, "THE GIRL IN RED "
Inlroduolng Bon Hurand troupe ot Salambo Dogs
In the wonderful O'Markla aot.
THE ST. LEON QUINTETTE
Famous live favorllea of Franoo Aorobatlquaa
Extraordinaire. Supremo aronlo feature ot the ago,
without a parallel In the annala of olroua history.
CLASSIC UNICYCLISTS & CYCLISTS
NO ONE DARES ATTEMPT TO IMITATE THEM
HERR LITZEN'S FUNNY DUTCH ELEPHAl
Ensouling bizarre fsataaa amazing In their daring oonotpllon as thsy art unhurt tjN
performanoe by tho world' liugheat beasts, partloularly leaturino Mamma Miry hum
Frlsda. Abaolutsly the only trained mother and baby ale phant In the world perhmlmM
Savage wild beasts lions, tigers,
soparaa, paninera ngni ror
her oareaaee. and baooma
quiet at her oommand.
FAIRYLAND "2 CHILDREN
A hundred Shetland ponies,
monkey theatre ol fifty mon
keys, and beautiful birds, to
A BIO BUNCH OF FOOLISH BEAUTIES
SUGIMOTO'S SCORE OF 111
Hanaeome CenM an
Japs and JeHy JwHn-
on sin this oeiMrtnJ
to Pretiaeni Ktw
A PRODIGIOUS ISSi
OF LIVING JUHAM
THE BARTINE TRIO
Neck breakers, flip-flappers, twisters, upside
down people, fly-over and baoMraokere, aide.
aplltllng gymnastlo eomiques.
THE GREAT ELLETT FAJ
OF FLYING flEHIALiaia
Black Belle, the Smallest HwaM
A hundred eotors. beautiful women magnllloenlly costumed In i sllkefl i jjbJ
models and atatueryi athletlo men, tha peraonllloaiion Vid on oonoeNi
entsrtalnmenta dally aa marvslous'aa the human aye and mind n ""
,sr .tit. trsfn
LrrciMl' rmn cuKA.twT .... ,.IaUISPi
IN THE MENACERIEIIHTEBHATIUmLCMrt...
Your speolal attention la eaHatf to'KIng Kd
ward," a genuine blaok-maned Alrloan lien,
ine largeat snu amy on vi w
country. Royal Sleerlan tiger, Royal Rangal
tigress, leopards, panthers, kangareoa, Hamas,
white Siberian oaniela, dromedaries man
RBIJUinU-"" - J all
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FREE ! v stoaamro at le o-clock GRANL' 1 166 " ' "
Pendleton, one Day only
Thursday. JULY 2
Aimlatkm, CbOdttn 25c, aohhs vv
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A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
When you call for a TRIUMPH. CI YNN &C0
GET IT, Don't accept a substitute. 1 1 MAKERS.