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We are often asked the above
question, and our answer has in
variably been that no medicine
that gives satisfactory results
could be fraudulent. We could
not afford to sell fraudulent medi
cines. Our business depends on
pleased customers in fact any
business does. Therefore, we
would take an enormous risk did
we not fulfil every promise made
our customers. We are very care
ful of what we guarantee, and
when we do guarantee an article
we must know it pretty well
what it contains and how it is
made. We have in mind the Rex
all line of remedies, particularly
Rexall Mucu-Tone, of which we
are selling large quantities at this
time of the year. Mucu-Tone is
one article that we can recommend
over our counter and kndw that
ninety-eight per cent, of its pur
. chasers are going to be benefited
and will return to our store
pleased customers. Mucu-Tone
is a positive cure for internal
scrofula or what is commonly
called Catarrh. It is without a
doubt the peer of all tonics for
any one who is suffering from a
run-down condition, can't work,
feels constantly tired or suffering
from the more plainly described
symptoms of Catarrh such as
stopping of the nose, cold in the
head or bad cough."
It must be remembered that Ca
tarrh is not confined to the nose
and throat. It usually starts
there, but it leads more often to
serious trouble, particularly the
wasting of tissues, as in the case
of little Miss Dillon, of Albany.
Here is a letter from her father :
"My little girl had catarrh so
badly that the disease had begun
to eat into the cartilage of the
nose. Snuffs and instruments
failed to do more than give tem-
porary relief. I saw the adver
tisements of Rexall Mucu-Tone,
but I could not believe that any
thing taken in the stomach could
Cure the sore membranes of the
nose. However, I took advan
tage of your free trial offer and
my girl began taking your remedy
according to directions. I want
to say right here that Mucu-Tone
is certainly the greatest medical
discovery of the times, and to
thank you for the liberal offer
that first induced me to give it a
trial. Muco-Tone has cured mjr
daughter's catarrh completely.
The discharge has stopped alto
gether, and her breath is as sweet
as can be. Again thanking you.
Matt. Dillon, 24 N. Swan St,
Albany, N. Y."
' ' We are selling a large trial bot
tle of Mucu-Tone for fifty cento
on the famous Rexall guarantee
of your money back if you are not
satisfied. We promise that one
bottle will put flesh on your bones
1 . and bring new vitality to your
The United Drag
turers of the Rexall
Remedies, for whose
preparations we are
agents in this city, make
aoo remedies, one for
each ill. Each one is
especially prepared to
cure one disease, and
that only. This is an
age of specialists. You
don't contract with - a
plumber to build your
whole house, do your
Vhy should you contract
with one proprietary
medicine to cure all youi
Oftentimes you rol
across a building con- 1
tractor who has a sepa
rate plumbing depart
ment, his own plastering
department, and so on,
all of which dovetail to
gether and build the
house. This is just what
the United Drug Com- '
pany is doing for you
in the medicine line.
They have cut down
profits ; they Manufac
ture Rexall RemeAes for
over 2,000 retail drug
gists. These druggists
are the only intermediate
profit that stand between
The United Drug Com
pany and the patient.
Could the United Drug
Company, of which we
are a member, afford to '
make one poor medicine
in this line? Does not
common sense tell you
that one poor medicine
would ruin the sale of
the other 199 prepara
tions? If you bought a
Rexall preparation and it
didn't do for you what ,
we claim it will, would
you buy another one of
our articles? We believe .
not Therefore each
preparation must be good
it is good. We who
are in the drug business
know the formulas of
these Rexall prepara
tions. We believe in
them so implicitly that
we stand back of them,
with our guarantee to
refund you your money
if they do not benefit
Rexall Cherry Juice,
large bottle, 25c
196 other Rexall Rem
edies for 196 other ail-
PENDLETON DRUG CO., DRUGGISTS
ALBA NEWS NOTES
NO LOSS OF LIVESTOCK
1MIUXG THE PAST MONTH
Pturnge TW-glnnliig to Show Very
Irvp Mud in All Bonds and Travel
Is Difficult Timber Cruiser Estl
mining Value of Claim anil Many
Are Sold Made $600 in Tvo lnys
on a iJind Deal Working Placer
Mine on North Fork John nay.
Alba, March 25. There fell a light
tall of snow last night, followed by
blustering winds. It "till continues
the same old-time March weather.
The mud Ik the deepi-st of anv time
this var and the roads wjuld mire a
Timber cruisers are busy south of
hoie estimating the amourt of tim
ber on eath claim. The price Is
then regulated according to the esti
mate. There nre agents for three
different companies a few miles south
t here buying claims all the way
from $1000 up.
There were 17 claims sold last
wk, On Desolation creek for $2800
a claim sild. It was all In one body
and was about the best body of tim
ber In these mountains.
There had been no lofs of Mock
here this winter and rattla and horses
famf through In bolter condition
than ever before In Camas Pialrle.
The (rrasK is FUrting, but not much
W. Plersol of C'kia'i, a few dayii
ago bought a tlmb'-r claim In Oriental
bas'n for iinnp and the next day be
sold It for llfiOO to one of the tim
ber eompany's agents.
?rt Clbbs Is working his placer
mine oi the North fori: of tne John
Pay with prospects of a good season'
run, as there Is plenty of water this
Mrs. J. H. Garrison has returned
to Fendleton after attending the fU'
neral of her brother, John Reeves.
Miss Mildred Quant is teaching
music nt Pilot Rock,
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo., Is Mrs, S. Ruppee,
She writes: "One year ago my son
was down with such serious lung
trouble that our physician was un
able to help him; when, by our drug
gist's advice I began giving him Dr,
King's New Discovery, and I soon no
ticed Improvement. . I kept this
treatment up for a few weeks when
he was perfectly well. He has work
ed steadily since at carpenter work.
Dr. King's New Discovery saved his
life." Guaranteed best cough and
cold cure, by Tallman & Co., drug
gists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
There will be a meeting of the
Umatilla County Woolgrowers' Asso
ciation on Tuesday, March 26, In ths
Commercial, association rooms In
Pendleton. Matters of Importance
will be discussed and all members
are requested to attend.
Worked Like Charm.
Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that
spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa,
Va., says: "I ran a nail in my foot
la-t week and at once applied Buck
len's Arnica Salve. No inflammation
followed; the salve simply healed the
wound." Heals every sore, burn and
skin disease. Ouaranteed at Tallman
. Co. 'a, druggists. 1 6 c.
CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF AN
Cleaning-lip Day Postponed Till April
It Girts Glee Club Will Sing
Mnrt h 20 Much Spring Work Ac
complished Trolley Line Cars
Will Re In Frcewnter Within Two
Weeks Petition to Extend n
Street Several and Important
Milton, March 26. Owing to the
inclemency of the weather on the
two days set for "cleanlr.g-up" at
Milton, the dati; has been postponed
until April 11, when the entire pro
gram will be carried out as was at
first planned, Including barbecue,
bon fire and all.
The suit of the Feacock Mill com
pany vs. Milton City et al, has been
postponed till after the term of cir
cuit .court, which will convene at
Pendleton in a few weeks.
Thoufch the weather has been
qul.o I'lsagreeabM of late, consldor
ablo prtgress has bfen made In the
way of making spring gardens, set
ting out fruit trees, etc.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Robcit Frazler, who was quite se
riously ill at Walla Walla, Is consid
John Shlth, of the Smith-Allen
Hardware company has been elected
president of the Western Hardware
Dealers' association, which embraces
Oregon. Washington, Idaho and Cal
ifornia. Mr. Smith is one of th- best
known hardware and Implement men
In the -inland empire and he was
prominently identified with the
movement to rid the state of the
buggy peddlers, when many of them
came into this section of the coun-
tiy last summer.
Glee Club Friday.
The Girls Glpe elub of Pendleton
Academy will appear here Friday
evening, which is being looked for
ward to with much pleasure.
Snlt on Accopnt.
Suit was brought by Matt Mo
grove a few days ago against K.
M. Cohen in tho court of Justice Mil
ler on the payment of an account of
SS4. Ju lgnirr.t . was rendered the
plaintiff for the amount Bought, the
plaintiff being repiesented by S. D.
Peterson, and the defendant not rep
resented. Frcewnter Doings.
FreewatT, March 26. The Walla
Walla Traction company has at last
received t:e carload of poles to com
plete the electric line as far as Free
water. This Is what has been de
laying them, and It Is thought if
good weather prevails, that the cars
will be running to Freewater within
two weeks' time, and to Milton a few
J. H. Hall, the enterprising gro
ceryman at this place, is making ex
tensive Improvements In his store,
having received a cash register, to
gether with a desk. The front of tli9
itor will be remodeled and generally
J. R. Vinson is circulating a sub
scription paper for the purpose of
raising money to open Washington
street to the Walla Walla road. To
open the street a right of way will
have to be purchased through an or
chard, which will cost $300. The '
pity win pay one-halt and the cltl
s?ns the other half of the amount.
W. J. Emery and Fred C. Morley
have purchased from J. H. Hall the
liven' stable and three lots adjoining
In Freewater for a consideration oti
The cannery Is being built' as rap
idly as men and material can be se
cured. The Shields Fruit company has
completed the shipment of 25 cases
of Ben Davis apples, the last of the
season. They were grown by L L.
Itagsdalc, whit raised 5000 boxes last
D. Talbott has purchased from
Chester Shafer a residence and four
lots In North Milton for a considera
tion of $1000. He also houpht the
adjoining lots and residence from
Jean Wells, fcr a consideration of
Agency for Employment. .
The Treewater Times has arranged
to conduct an agency for employ
ment where farmers and others du
sl'ous of help can call or telephone.
To Speak on Socialism.
J. D. Stevens of Portland, will
speak on socialism at the opera
hall In this city Tuesday evening.
March PC, Fern dale school house
Wednesday evening, Frultvale hall
Thursday evening and at Milton Fri
Commercial Livery Stable.
Is making a specialty of boarding
horses by the month. Best of care
taken of horses, buggies and harness.
Tour rig delivered promptly to any
part of the city.
Woman In Man's Clothes.
A woman the police officials be
lieve Is the notorious Nell Pickerel),
who is well known to many police of
ficers In Hie northwest, made her
first appearance In Rltzvllle lost
night and was here but a short time
when she was placed under arrest
on the charge of stealing a traveling
man's grip. As usual, she was cloth
ed in the attire of aman.
She came In on the train, and it Is
charged that Just before arriving she
took the grip, and when she came to
town left It with a bartender and got
drunk and was asleep In a saloon
when the officer found her. Her
case was called yesterday, but was
not concluded, a continuance being
taken until Monday, when she will
attempt to show her previous good
character, It is said, with the hope of
gaining favor of the court. Ritzvllie
This Is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a cough or
cold, Just remember tha Foley's Hon
ey and Tar will core It. Do not rick
your health by taking any but the
genuine. It Is In a yellow package.
Koeppen's Drug Store.
Personal knowledge is the winning factor in the culminating contests of this
competitive age and when of ample character it places its fortunate possessor in
the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to tho achievement of
the highest excellence in any field of human effort. ,
A Knowledge oi Forma. Knowledge of Functions and
Knowledge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of
life and health when a true and wholesome r:mrdy is desired it should be remem
bered that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig
Syrup Co., is an ethical product which has met with the approval of the most em
inent physicians and gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Com
ponent Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well
Informed of the world, who know of their own personal knowledge and from
actual use that it is the first and best of family laxatives, for which no extra
vagant or unreasonable claims are made.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably
known under the name ofSyrup of Figs and has attained to
world-wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As
its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known
to physicians hr.d the Well Informed of tho world to be the
best we have adopted tSe more elaborate name of Syrup of
Figs and ElUir of Senna as more fa'.ly descriptive cf
the rctaedy, but doubtlessly it will always be tailed
for by the shortct name of Syrup of Tij3 and to get
Sects, always note, when purchasing.
of the Company Caii.'crr.ia Fig
printcc' on the front of eveiy package.
whether ycu call fcr Syrup of Figs
or by the full name Syrup cf Figs
and tlixir of Senna.
iu btncficial d
&a&rWTOs. lul1 n,me
LOUISVILLE, KY. londonTengland., NEW YORK.N.YJ
MARTIN ANDERSON AGAIN
IN TIIFl RAILROAD SERVICE
Two Daughters Ilorn on Same Date
Will Go Into Business at Pasco
Curfew Ordinance Will Bo Strictly
Encorced Wheat Prospects Arc
Unusually Promising Hare Moved
Onto. Their Farm Near Tendleton.
Helix, March 28. Martin Ander
son, a former conductor on the O. R.
& N., who has been here In business
for Borne time, expects to go to Pasco
this week, and It Is reported that
he will go Into the railroad service
p.paln from that point.
Miss J.aura Grlswold has been vis
iting relatives at Two Rivers for sev
A number of ths ladles of Hollx
tendered Mrs. J. K. Montgomery a
pleasant surprise nt her home a few
evenings ago in honor cf her birth-
Mr. and Mrs. 1'. F. Myrlck have
moved out near Pendleton to farm
until such time as the lease on their
farm near Condon expires, which will
ho a year or more.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Cramer, Tuesday. March 19, a daugh
ter, and on the same date a daughter
was born to Mr. and Mrs. - Will
Wheat Doing Fine.
Wheat in the vicinity of Helix nev
er looked better than at the present
time, at this season of the year. The
firmers expect a bumper crop.
Will Go Into Business.
QeorgS " Whltehorn, formerly of
Pendleton, who hns been a resident
of Helix for the past three years,
has gone to Pasco, where he has pur
chased an Interest In a general mer
chandise business at that place. His
many friends In Helix wish him suc
cess in his new field.
Peginnlng April 1, 1907, Marshal
C. A. Logan will strictly enforce the
curfew ordinance, and children un
accompanied by parents after the
ringing of the bell will be taken Into
Oently moves the bowels and at
the same time stops the cough. Bee's
Laxative Cough Pyrup. Contains
Honey and Tar. No opiates. Best
for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
whooping cough. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Children like It. Mothers
Indorse It. Sold by A. C. Koeppen
Z:b Rny Makes Itlg Strike.
One of the fortunate ones- who
went from here to Nevada a year or
two ago. At Zeb Ray, who wns best
known In these parts as an expert
driller, who reveled In sports. Now
he is credited with being a prominent
Reno mining man. He is reputed to
have cleaned up ovr 150,000 In deals
ut Wonder during the past few
months. A brother of his is said to
have done equully as well. Ray once
before had quite a stake In some
Southern Oregon mines. Blue Moun
The rate, certain, reliable little
pills that do not gripe or sicken are
Dade's Little Liver Pills. Best for
sick headaches, biliousness and lasy
livers. Sold by A. C. Koeppen A
Tacques Marmctte Turns I'p.
Jacques Marmette, who mysterious
ly disappeared from the Long Check
vicinity last spring, passed through
town yesterday afoot en route to
Long Creek. Mr. Marmette has been
working on a Montana sheep ranch
in Wall Paier
All new patterns and
color effects, and 'the
largest and most varied
line ever brought
Immitation Burlap Effects
Gilts and Water Proof.
Also the "Bread and But
ter" Line the old stand by
j PAINT STORE
j E. J. MURPHY, Prop.
'Phone Black 1181.
I 131 E. Court St,
since he left Oregon and Intends to
return there again. His properly
near Lang Creek was sold some time
ago by an administrator appointed by
the county court. Monument Enter-prise.
The democrats of Boise have en
dorsed the regular straight lepubll
can candidates for city offices, and
the two old parties will mnke common
cause against the socialists.
coughs KING OF CURES golds
THE WONDER WORKER
THROAT PR, KING'S LUWCS
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS
I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that
when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my case incurable,
but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me so completely that I am
all sound and well. MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind. -
Price 50c and $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED I Trial Bottle Free
SOLD AMD GUARANTEED BY