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These Warm, Balmy
Will now be so much more enjoyable if you only choose
j .,.-r Tt is not so much the matter of dollars
ba cen .,K
jj did you ever see iuuic nn-wo mi suv.it uuwu
(rices ? ,
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idies' summer vesi, i uW . I f 4
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adies' low neck summer vests, collared, lace trimmed 'VZr,
.,-tra eood value UOK
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dies low necK -rii wilr j
necks, mercerized, special value j
Call and ask to see tnem
jexander Dept. Store
iMDLETON, TUESDAY, MAY 27
The Best Show of
Its Kind on Earth
125 ANIMAL ACTORS25
Transported in Their Own Train of Special Cars
ftriiffc JliSTJCE: HtfotyGMi, & Sf
braked Ponies. TWa and TVTnTTrfvs. A Whole Herd of Lilliputian
bhants the smallest on earth.
Trained Camels and Sacred Cattle, the most wonderful trained
us on earth.
From tho Oregon City Courier-Herald.)
life ir&'rf'5' ItJ k&
HE WILL IRRIGATE.
Umatilla Farmer Who Has Become
Calvin Cole, ono of the pioneer
farmers of Umatilla county, who was
In town Saturday from his ranch, lit
miles north of Pendleton, says that
he is not going to let hla "garden
truck" suffer for want of water In
the future. Mr. Cole has a well
which Is only 12 or 14 feet deep that
Is InexhauRtable and he Intends using
the water from this to Irrigate his
growing crops. Ho has put a largo
pump in the well nud attached It to
a power which Is run by two horses.
This pumps the water and Mr. Colo
Is able to pump nearly 100 gallons to
the minute. Ho has purchased a
supply of 1000 feet of plpo and sev
eral hundred feet of hose that he
will uso for running tho water to dif
ferent parts of his place. He Is go
ing Into the fruit and vegetable bus
Holds up a Congressman.
"At tho end of tho campaign,"
writes Chnmp Clark; Missouri's bril
liant congressman, "from ovorwork,
nervous, tension, loss of sloop and
constant scpaklng I had uttorly col
lapsed. It seemed that nil tho organs
of my body wcro out of order, but
threo bottles of Eloctrlc Bitters niado
mo all right. It's tho best all-round
modlclno over sold ovor a druggist's
counter." Overworked, run down
men and weak, sickly womon gain
splondld health and vitality from
Electric Blttors. Try them. Only
GOc. Guaranteed by Tnllman & Co.
8nch n New.
arena ua their
benutr fnllv IPO
percent. All ladles
who vlh to Riva
cidr b trlnl will norm 1
become convinced of
this tact, beenwe, by
destro) ItiR the dead-
Iv ircrin nt work iiiv-
011 tho hntr root, tt
uiniicii tlHiidrutl. nl ltiK
hntr ntul tliln, brlttlu hair
Hud It eiilly n vnUmlU for
tt works like a chnna, even up
on tinld lioiitls.
for Sale at nil Nrst-Claaa Drug Storva
BEST FOR THE
ml of lh
:r .,. t iv reuulnr. lirnllhr inotem
honrli vtrtt iliS'i 'io III ur will !. krp oui
hS5i lom'nrniHl l K well Kiirc.lii Ho lm-eof vk
THE MISFIT GOVERNOR.
"W. J. Furnish as nc would appear wearing the gar-
menis 01 vjuvcriiur vtti.
WITH THE OLD VETERANS
MEMORIAL SERVICES WERE
HELD ON SUNDAY.
biting in Our .Own Waterproof Tents
SEATING CAPACITY, 3,000
Watfirl fnn cia i "n j TirTir rnn T?TVXV flXIT1 of 11
j Handsome TrappingSj Glittering Chariots, Cages aud Bands of
iUiaLrJmBER DAY AND DATE s
Sgy 27 1 TUESDAY I May 27
te John Barrett Company I
Coaer Sixth and Alder Opposite tie Oregonlan
'Phone Main 1 22. - PORTLAND, ORE.
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Preparations Now Completed for Ap
propriate Services at the Cemetery
on Decoration Day, May 30.
Dr. Blackburn, of Portland, deliv
ered the memorial address for the G.
A. R. veterans In the Baptist church
Sunday, beginning at 11 o'clock. At
10:50 the veterans of Kit Carson
Post No. 28, met In front of Hotel
Pendleton and formed in line for
march, led by J .C. Spoonmore's drum
corps. From there they marched
down Main street to Hendricks hall,
where they were joined by the mem
bers of the Ladies' Relief Corps, and
all counter-marched back to Court
street, up Court to Johnson street,
and out Johnson to the Baptist
church, on the corner of Johnson and
Aita. Nineteen veterans of tho civil
war and eleven ladies of the Relief
Corps were in line. Seats were re
served for them near the front of the
church and they, as well as the audi
ence, were treated to a very able
and impressive address by Dr. Black
burn. Decoration Day
Next Friday, the 30th instant, Is
Decoration day, and arrangements
are being made by the G. A. R. veter
ans and the Ladles' Relief Corps to
commemorate the occasion. The first
services of the day will be the dec
oration of the graves of fallen friends
who have been laid in Olney ceme
tery. A procession will bo formed at
Hendricks hall at 9:30 in ihe morn
ing and inarch to the cemetery.
A cordial and earnest invitation is
extended to everybody to meet with
the veterans, and especially those
who have friends burled In the- Olney
cemetery, are requested to fall In line
and march to the graves, where flow
ers will- be placed on them as a
token that, although dead, they are
still remembered. Everybody who
can get flowers Is requested to bring
them to the hall. Appropriate exor
cises will be held at the graves,
Judge Lowell to Speak.
The afternoon exercises will b
held at the court house at 2 o'clock,
where Judge S. A. Lowell will ad
dress the people. The school child
ren have a special invitation to at
tend the service as well as tho grown
up people of the town and country.
Besides the speaking other 'appropri
ate exercises will be rendered.
The following committee has the
arrangements In charge: B. F. Renn,
A. B. Stevens, Henry Shocky, Mrs.
Million, Mrs. Kruger and Mrs. Stov-ens.
WALLLA WALLA TO CELEBRATE
Fourth of July Will Be Appropriately
Observed In That City.
' Walla Walla, May 26. Walla
Walla will celebrate the Fourth of
July in a befitting maimer and active
preparations will be made next week
Nearly $1200 has been raised by a
solicitliiK committee, that amount
being fixed as tho lowest sum with
which a celebration could bo held.
The business men contributed liber
ally and the funds, woro secured witn
no great effort. A program of sports,
speeches, music and flroworka will
be announced in a fow days.
The funeral of George D. Evans
the man who committed suicide
Thursday afternoon, was held Sat
urday morning from Cookorly's un
dertaking parlors. Mrs. Evans, at
Vancouver, ordered the body Interred
here at her expense.
John 'McLaughlan has boon taken
to the insane asylum by Sheriff Kees
being received at tho institution for
the fourth time Saturday. The un
fortunate man has been committed
four times and released three times
as permanently Improved. Each
time his mind has given way, and lie
will likely remain this time until hi
death. He is quite aged at this
Meacham. May 2. William Illak
loy, candidate for representative ot
Umatilla, county: T. D. Taylor, can
didate lor sheriff on tho i.einoerntle
ticket, and E. J. Sonunorvdlo, candi
date for treasurer of Umatilla county
on the republican ticket, were In
town from Pendloton yesterday look
ing after their political fences. Nu
public meetings yore held but there
was a good deal of unlet and earnest
talking done. Chamberlain sentiment
seems to be crowing dal.y and lu-
will undoubtedly cany thin precinct.
Mr. Welsteii the popuhr station
agent here, expects to move shortly
to Freeman, Wash., where ho will be
located In future. Mr. Welster and
family will bo greatly nilused, espec
ially In church circles.
The town is qulto stirred up over
a case of drunkenness ant', desertion
which occurred here durln; the past
week. A man whoso niuno Is with
held for various reasons, v out to La
Orniido and got on a big diunk, leav
Ing his wife and infant chlUi alone In
their house, aud both 111 with dipli
thoria. During his absence the child
died and tho woman Is not expected
to Hvo more than a fow days.
Twenty or. thirty Pendleton people
came up yesterday to enjoy an out
ing in the mountains.
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At bedtime Itako a pleasant herb
drink, tho next morning I feel bright
and my complexion Is hotter. My
doctor says that It nets gently on tho
stomach, liver aud kldneyH and Is a
pleasant laxatlvo. It Is made from
herbs, and Is propnrcd as easily an
tea. It Is called Lane's Medicine.
Lane's Family Medtclno moves tho
bowolB each day. Prlco 2Cc and COc.
For salo by Tallinan & Co., solo
Btjit eof Ohio city ok Tolkixj i b.
Ia'cah county. I "
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that liu la the
senior partner of the firm of K. JJheiiey A Co.,
doing bunlncHS in tho city of Toledo, county
and state nforenald, and that raid (Inn will pay
the turn of One Hundred Dollars for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot ho cured hy
the mo of Hall'a Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and Kuiificrlhcd In my
presonce thla cth day of December, A,
A. W. (JLKABON.
Hall'p Catarrh Cure la taken internally and
uctn directly on the blood aivd mucous aurfacci
of thecyetcm. Bend for testimonial, free.
F. J. CHKNKV A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by druggist?. 76c.
Ilall'a Family I'illa are the best.
An Annual Visitor.
The annual visit of -Gentry Bros.
Famous Shows, with their multitude
of trained animals will soon be here
All the dogs, ponies, clophantd and
monkeys that have long paid this euy
a yearly visit will continue with theli
usunl custom. A multitude of new
artists have augmented tho pay or
rathor free roll of the Gentry Uros'
Shows this season. Baby animals
from far away lands and pretty dogs
from every clime have succeeded In
learning somo now, laughablo and
startling performance, which they
will display for tho approbation of
their children patrons. Tho old and
new members of tho company paitl
clpato Jn friendly rivalry for tho ap
plause of tholr youthful visitors, Tu
shows will exhibit In all their en
tlrety, two performances, afternoon
and night, Tuesday, Mny 27.
What Thin Folks Need.
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For thorn Dr.
King's New Life Pills work wonders.
They lone and regulate the digestive
organs, gently expel all poisons from
the system, enrich the blood, im'
prove appetite, make healthy flesh.
Only 25 cents at Tallman & Co'b.
Fresh fish dally at Castle's.
Suicide at Portland.
Portland, May 21 Mrs, lloopin
gamer took carbolic acid this morning
on nccount of domestic trouble, dying
within a fow minutes.
Columbus buggies $1 CO, at
tilla. Implement Company.
A RUNAWAY TEAM
la eure to do more or h'K tliumiBO to n ( itrrlaKO.
but whnthi- vou nenl rriuurlnir from accident
or ordinal v wear and tiar, IiiIiik otir vehicles
num. While our reimtallou In uWcnread for
liDliiKull klndaof roimlrliiK In the bent man
ner, at the lowett jirb-oi. wo feel that there aro
a fo K'K'd pi-oile who don't know Unit we ato
unitxcc led in our line, a id we want them to
Sec Us About Gasoline Engines
Water Ht, near Main, Pendleton, Or
Gray's linrbor Com. Co.
A. C. SHAW & CO.
Being one of tho largest man
ufacturing plants on Pugot
sound are able to sell you
lumber cheaper than anyone
else. New lumber coming in
every day. They also make
all kinds of boxes, including
Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry,
and Plumb and berry crales,
and arc prepared to make you
prices either in small lots or
BY THE CAR LOAD
Always Good Always Ilic Samel
Pride of Umatilla
Heat Ten Cent Clgare Made
Clear Havana. Two for 25 Contu.
Manufactured by r
TUB PENDLETON CIGAR FACTORY
The IVirla Expoattlon
fiiu in rule the uolu
ricdtil Awnm to
Gold incdaU twr
nlto nwitrited nl
m.d WorlUk rulr
Ho!d by JOUN Hi HMIPT
The Louvre Saloon
S T O R A G E.
TKf KPHONK MAIN 4,
THE SHOE MAKER.
LJseB Only First 01aB
Material in Repairing
Shop in Pendleton Shoe Store.
OLD NKWBI'AVBItS TO TOT UNPBB
carpet, on ahelres, walla, or for.wr:
nliiB purnoaea. Old newapapera la Um
bundleu of 100 each at 55 cent t buaf
at the HA8T OlfBQONfAN oce, rwdla