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Your money back
if yon are not satisfied
CO YOU SUPPOSE that a company with a capital of ISOaooaOO. paid In full, and the
riroud reputation of S6 J can of continuous success, would make such an offer and not carry
t out to the luterf
DO YOU SUPPOSE we would Jcoranllte our standing with the public and our chancee
01 situ Frcaier suctras oj lamnjr m iuiqi but promise we mane j
DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an oiler IX we did not hare the utmost confi
dence In the salLtlxln? quality of our eoodsJ
WE KNOW we can please you and sure xou money, for IIAYNER WHISKEY (roes
direct from our distillery to you, with all Its original richness and flavor, earning a UNITED
STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S OUARANTEE of PURITY and AOE and saylnff
?ou me Die pronis or mo aeaiera, -mats wny u s oesi or meuicmai purposes. That's way
t's preferred for other uses. That's why we are regularly supplying orer a quarter of a
million sa tailed customers. That's why YOU should try lb
Direct from our distillery to YOEJj
Saves Dealers' Profits I Prevents Adulteration !
out energetic administration, has not
spared municipal Improvement, The
rltv fountain was nut In. much .o
I! everybody's satisfaction, nnd extensive
' Imnrnvmiinntn tmvr lilRt liopn romnlct-
!cd at the head of tho waterworks,
, two miles above town.
Hclow tho concrete well which con
atltutea the "head," n concroto dam
has heon built across tho creek, lis
flanks extending frrr Into tho banks
on either side. This dam Is IOC feet
i . . ... ID ItmliM ntltlnu nnA nnntl
liles a trench from S to 12 feet deep.
It Is buttressed by gravel walls, licm
mod In by heavy timbers, and looks
nn tlinnrh It nlicllt to OlltlaSt tllO 1)1'-
ramlds of Egypt. It Is built about a J
foot below tho surfaeo of the creek I
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OeU, Ml Illlll 11LHM1H Vlll 11UL UUUUb II
DOINGS AT ATHENA.
PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE
FULL $4.00 EXPRESS
We will send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYNER'S SEVEN-YEAR.
OLD RYE for KO0, and we will pay the express charees. When you receive
the whiskey, try it and If you don't and It all risht and as rood as you ever
drank or can buy from any body else at any price, then send It back at our
expense and your H.oo will be returned to you by next mall. How could
an offer be fairer? We take all the risk and stand all the expense. If
the (roods do not please you. Won't you let us send you n trial order? We
ship In a plain sealed case; no marks to show what's Inside.
If TOn Cn n A Qn fill -1 . nr n " t mma f mn. ,
yn ire wtliitnil you SO Uuaxta for Cfii.OO, by freight prepnld. Umi
Write our nearest office and do It NOW.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
ST. PAUL, MINN. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO.
00 TITCTTT TTTIT, TROT, O. ESTAXXISHZD 1663.
SUIT AND WAIST
Silk Waists made to order for
56 50, complete.
Skirts and Jackets
THE BOOMING OF WESTON.
Call and inspect
the new ideas.
ED. EBEN, Prop.
.Pendleton Shot Store Room
I Thoroughly Tested
For twenty yean Dr Perrln,
at Ilelani, Mont , uied the rem
erty In hit private practice, and
It hat cured In erery Imtsnce.
You takelt-that'r all.
It Is a pleaunt Uitlng remedy
that geti at the came and re
movei it Only an Internal
remedy will CURE plle. Oth
er') may give temporary relief
This remedy Cl'llKfc
J al i-t : IjTICT
We are in the transform and
trucking business and are pre
pared to move light or heavy arti
cles. OFFICE MAIN ST., Near Depot,
Telephone Main 51, .
The East Oregonlan le Eastern Ore-
To Builders of New Homes City Gives
Ten Years' Water Right Free,
The llboni Is ml.
Adjoining Weston to the east Is .
fine tract of land, near the Normal
school building, containing. 17 acres
of good soil, says the Weston Leader,
j This was recently purchased by C. M.
j Pierce. J. It. Klllsore ana K. Jamleson,
Is nov.' being platted as an adition,
i and will soon he dotted with modem
' The foundrtlons are now being laid
I for two now houses, and in a few
days material will bo on tho ground
1 for ten that are immediately In pros
pect on this tract. It Is expected that
ten more will soon be untie.' constnic-
tlon in different parts of town, and
that before April 1, 1903, the list will
1 be swelled to 50.
1 Lumber and other building material
I by the car load has been ordered by
the owners of this addition, and they
I arc negotiating for more, particularly
i sidewalk lumber. The gentle hillside
slope, heretofore a graiu field, is now
dotted with the moving figures of men
engaged busily at work of platting
lots and building houses.
The lots are 50x103 feet In size, and
will bo sold at reasonable figures,
especially to purchasers desiring to
Men are in demand carpenters,
painters, laborers. Twenty more men
could find employment today, so the
Leader is Informed,
The city council mot In special ses
sion last Monday evening to consider
a petition presented by a ltrgo num
i her of property owners asking that
( free water for household use for the
period of ten years bo granted as an
' inducement for new houses at Weston.
A tie vote resulted over one section.1
limiting the privilege to $500 houses
. It was moved that this be changed t.t
j read $-100, the "ayes" being Baker.
Harbour and Taylor, and the "nays"
! Ilryson, Sallng and Turner. Mayor
Uest decided the vote in favor of $400
C. M. Pierce deposited his personal
, check for $300 with the council aa
a guarantee that twenty or more
houses would be built before April 1.
. The city of Weston, undor Its pres
Personal and Other Items of Interest
From the Press.
Miss Minnie Ito'se, the professional
nurse, was In tho city from Pendleton
John F. Iloblnson, tho gonial pro
nrietor of the Domestic laundry at
Pendleton, was In Athena Tuesday.
Justice Chamberlain was In Pen
dleton Wednesday and Jesse Smith
looked natural In his old place In the
An Important real estate transac
tion took placo this week when Mar
vlllp Watt's fine house passed to Hud
Sanders for a consideration of $2000.
James Feeljr nnd family will soon
leave for Milan, Idaho, where Mr.
Feeler will engage In the saloon buji-
ncss, Milan Is north from Spokane,
on the Clreat Northorn.
Mr3. Alex Kirk and Mrs. Page, of
Walla Walla yesterday visited .JI'S.
T. J, Kirk, who accompanied them
home nnd will spend a fow days at the
Alex Kirk homo south of town.
C E. Troutman, an nrchlt ct who
has opened offices In Pendleton, with
his wife, spent Tuesday In Athena.
Mr. Troutman was well pleased with
Athena and her surroundings. j
F. A. McKInnon, foromnn of O. It.
& Is', painters, with a crow of men, has
been In Athena for several days en
gaged In uaintlnr; the company's
huntings, including the passenger and
freight depot. The hoys painted
everything a dull red and trimmed up
in black. The newly painted build
ings, and especially the passenger
depot, add materially to tho appear
ance of the property, the latter bavins
been painted within and without,
Tho city council has passed an or
dinance forbidding the moving or
building of wooden or corrugated Iron
buildings, between Second and Fourth
streets In the business section. Im
provements which will Increase tho
value of present buildings 25 per cent
are also prohibited.
VAN DRAii n
The Best HolelJ
Mrs. Emma E. Felch, Treasurer Fond
du Lac, Wis., Social Economic Club, Tells
How She was Cured of Irregular and Pain
j ful Menstruation by Lydia E. Pinkham's
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound for irregular nnd painful menstruation, and
was entirely cured after using two bottles. 1 can truly say it is a
boon to suffering women, and I would recommend all suffering from
the above troubles to try a few bottles and be cured. Very thank
fully yours, Emma E. Felch, Division St., Fond du Lac, Wis."
$5000 FOIlFEIT IP T1IE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE.
When women arc troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful
tMnttnUunMnn Ifnn Ifninn 1nllnntrlimri f 1 1 Dili (1 nnlTinnf. flT tllPftm.fIfiTl Clf t.llft
womb, that bearing-down feoling, inflammation of tho ovaries, backache, n ,
bloating (or Hutulenco). general dobility, indigestion, and nervous pros- "eanquarters for
iniuuii, or uro uusufc wiui bucu bj iiipioiiu ua uiu.iuuna, luiuum-so, uuoii.uuu,
excitability, irritability, norvouoness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all
gono" and " want-to-be-left-alono " feelings, blues and hopelessness,
thoy should remombor there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles.
Kefuso to buy any other medicine, for you need tho lest.
No other medicine for female ills in the world hns received
such widespread nnd unqualified endorsement,
Mrs. Pinlcham invites all sick women to write her for advice.
She has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mnss.
MISS IDA M. SNYDER,
Treasurer of the Brooklyn East E,nd Art Club.
Special rates bj?
Excellent Culsfc ;ig2
Only Three Bod
A Parson's Noble Act
want all the world to know."
writes Itev. C. J. Buillong, of Asha
way, It. I., " what a thoroughly good
and reliable medicine I found In Elec
tric Bitters. They cured me of Jaun
dice and liver troubles that had caus
ed me great suffering for many years.
For a genuine, all around cure thoy
cxcell anything I ever saw." Elec
tric Bitters are the surprise of all foi
their wonderful work In Liver, Kid
ney and Stomach troubles. Don't
fail to try them. Only 50 cts. Satis
faction Is guaranteed by Tallman &
FRESH FROM FREEWATER.
IN REAL ESTATE
House and two lots, with one of
the prettiest lawns in town, cen
tral location $2500
ouse and let, well shaded, nice
lawn, not far from Main St. . . .
House and two lots with stable. . .
House, five rooms, and lot,
House, four rooms, and lot
Vacant lots ranging from
$200 to $250 each
oon'e reprinUtlve paper. It Icadtj Farm property, 160 acres. . .$2500
and the people appreciate It and enow And much other pronertv.
itiby their liberal paforiaoe. It Is the 1 fy.
advertising medium of this aectlon. Easy Terms
East End News Notes From the Free-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yates, of Pcndlo'
ton, visited In the city the first of tho
A Times reporter was shown a fine
specimen of winter apple one day this
week. Tho apple was grown on the
ban'lore & Tanko farm below town,
ana weigiicd 28 ounces and measured
li inches around.
H. C. Janes, and family took their
departure Monday for Pendleton,
where they will stop e. fow days before
going on a trip for the benefit ot Mr.
Janes' health. Mr. Janes expects to
return to Freewater to reside If his
Joo irons met with what came very
near being a very serious accident
Saturday morning. Mr. Irons is em
ployed in tho Peacock Mills and as he
attempted to cross the mill race a
hoard gave way, precipitating him Into
tno iieep waters of tho race. In fall
ing, Mr. Irons struck the back of his
head which stunned him, and he
would probably have drowned ha,i not
help been at hand.
Fortune Favors a Texan.
"Having .distressing pains In head.
back and stomach, and being without
appetite, I began using Dr. King's
New Life Pllla," writes W. P. White
head, ot Kennedale, Tex., "and toon
reit Uko & new man." Infallible In
stomach and liver troubles. Only J5c
at Tallman & Co.'s drug atore.
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to me must settle by Octo
ber 10th, or tholr acounts and note
will bo placed In the hand of an at
torney with Instruction to collect.
E. L. SMITH,
All persona knowing: themMlvae fa.
debted toime wll;please can and aet-
B. II. SLOAN,
larities are goncr
ally the beginning
of a woman's trou
bles. With the vitality at a
low ebb, the blood weak
enoil, the digestion disor
dered, she goes about pale
faced, hollow-eyed and Lag
gard, a piteous contrast to
tho bio oiuing health of
her former self. Hut over
1. 000.000 women have found l-
health again by taking Wino of Canlui.
As a regulator of the menstrual periods
Wine of Canlui has never been Known
to fail. It has seldom failed to restore
perfect health, even in the most persis
tent and aggravated case of weakness.
Miss Ida M. Snyder, of No. 635 Ber
gen Street, Brooklyn, N, Y has used
Wino of Canlui and she says it helped
her into a new life. Health to Miss
Snyder ia worth a great Ileal. Bho is
an attractive young woman with intel
lectual attainments and sho occupies
tho po-iition of Treasurer of the Brook
lyn Ea?t End Art Club. This position
marks her as a person of intellect cul
ture and refinement and it speaks highly
of the respect and trust her fellow
women have in her. She writes:
"If women would pay more attention
to their health we wou'tf
have more happy wives,
mothers and daughters, and
If they would use more Intel
ligence in the matter of medi
cines, observing results, they
would find that the doctors'
prescriptions do not perform
the many cures they are given
"In conj'ilting with my
druggist he advised McElree's
Wine of Cardui and Thed-
ford's Black-Draught, and so I took It
and have every reason to thank him for
a new life opened up to me with restored
health, and it only took three months to
Yon may secure tho came relief as
Miss Snyder, if you take Wine of Cardui
as she took it. Thedford's Black
Draught is the companion medicine of
Wino of Cardui and it is a liver and
bowel regulator which assists greatly
in effecting a cure. If you take Uieso
medicines according to directions, tho
relief and cure is simple. Some cases
are cured quickly and others take longer
because the disease has run longer.
Remember how Miss Snyder took Wine
of Canlui and has health. The same
medicines are offered you to-day.
WINE of CAR.DVI A
million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
We are headquarters for all kinds of carpenter tools
and our prices are always the lowest, quality consid
plumbinStmiatUS furnishcd on blli'dtrs' hardware and
"Money saved is money earned." See
T C. Taylor,
"THE HARDWARE MAN.
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