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NEWS OF ATHENA
buy one dollars worth of mcrchan-
! T-. f n n C " r. n!nnn
snioy a goon ni uciu, inun Finoie
PRIDE OF UMATILLA
: and oftlic best touacvn. A. khode, Maker
II1K MOST WUOLKSOMK
WITHOUT A BUPKUIOK
!RS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
ETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
The Best is Always
The gcnuMic imported quad
STRANSEY STEEL WARE
is superior to any ware nmde.
lt'n in a class by itw It. Kxam
hie Blrunsky Steel Ware at
-ARKE&Co.'s 2 i Court Street
el the j
AFTER an anxluth, fretful
flay, you need homething
which shall fit your tired
body as a well worn slipper tltH a
tired font. It must lie Minictliliig
more than food or drink. If you
want to tuste .Nirvana and forget
all your tire and fatigue, take a
cup of one of Ohahe te tiauboriiH
"Original Package" teas, Theeu
are the leaven which the natives
theiublve.-i drink with all their
vigor imprisoned. Ii'b a verv
tlill'erent diluk from ordinary tea.
"OKIGINAl. 1'ACKAl.K" lEAf
Orion (Konnuta Ooluntr).
Koh-i-noor (tug. lirt'ikfut)
Orange rrlcue(iiiitia.t Oylon
Sold In Pendleton exclusively ly
CONCERT NOVEMBER 9 BY
Got a Judgment for $100 Rheuma
tism Greatly Benefited at Hot Lake
Revival Meetings Will Begin No-v:r-t-er
11 Brick Work on Church
Athenn. Nov. 4. Roy Deck, who for
tuu past two months has been teach
ing at Holdman. spent ounday here
visiting Ids parents. He will remain
here and at Weston till after tho In
stitute. Mrs. Will Harden has been ih for
nliout two weeks with a gatheiing In
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oalllford, on
their wny home from a visit with
Mrs, Oulllford's parents on the McKay
creek, and Mr. Gulllford's mother anu
k ster at Pendleton, spent Tuesday In
Atlienn at the homo or Mr. and Mrs..
2. r. Ogle.
Sarah McDougal was called to
Pendleton for a suit ngalnst tho ostato
of the late Mrs. Martha Margon, for
whom she cared during her last days.
Mrs. McDougal received Judgment for
Mrs. ltortow and family of Cripple
Creek, Colo., daugtuor-ln-law ot
Grandma liartow of this city, Is visit
ing at tho homo of her sisters-in-law,
Mcsdames Duel and Wright.
Frank Thnrp, who went to the Hot
Lakes for his rheumatism, Is Improv
ing very rapidly.
Tom Plekel, who had 30 acres or
potatoes in on the Charley March
place, west of town, has disposed ot
Mn crop nnd moved to tho MeArthur
placo to remain all w.nter.
Orandma King has vry poor
health, and is confined to her bed
most of the time.
Had colds and slight attacks of la
grippe have visited a good many dur
ing the past few days.
The brick work on the new M. E.
church Is completed, and Dan May
and his masons have left. The car
penters expect .to have the basement
ready for one bv the first of Decern-
Miss Mne Dlulock of Waua Walla
was visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Georgu Hnnlfater last week.
W. It. Taylor has returned from his
stock inncli on the John DayB.
Bessie Parker, who was on tho list
with the sick, is able to go to school
.Mr. Etis sold a few tons or alfalfa
hay for $8 per ton. Wheat hay Is
selling from $12 to $1G per ton.
Mrs. H. H. Hill left Tuesday even
ing to attend the bedside of her moth
er, who Is dangerously ill at her homo
Dr. and Mn. Turley of Weston
rpent Saturday visiting Mrs. James
C. A; Fischer left Wednesday for
Stockton, Cul., to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. David Williams re
turned honiu a few days ago., bringing
back their llttlo son, Walter, who was
operated on In Walla Walla. He Is
out of daimer, but his health Is very
Concert November 9.
A concert will bo given by the
Johnston orchestra Monday, Novem
ber by N. I. Miller at the opening
of his new store.
Revival Begins November 15.
The report was given out Sunday
that iffo noted evangelist, Rev Up
dike of Illinois, who intended to hold
a' protracted meeting durlny, this
month, fulled to meet bis appoint
ment on account of Illness. He will
be heru to commence his services by
the third Sunday of this month.
Tho better class ot druggists, every whore, are men of scientific attainments and high integrity.
trnu ueou tneir lives to the welfure of their fellow men m supplying the best of remedies anil
pure-a medicinal agents of known value, in accordance with physicians' pre
Druggists of tho better class manufacture many excellent rcinediep, but
always under original or officinal names and they never sell false brands, or imitation medicines
I hey are the men to deal with when in need, of anything in thoir line, which usually includes
all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a first-class pharmacy and the finest and
best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances.
The earning of a fair living, with tho satisfaction which arises from a knowlcdgo of tho benefits
conferred upon their patrons and assistance to tho medical profession, is usually their greatest
reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil. They all know that Syrup of
Pigs is an excellent laxative remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction, and therefore they
aro selling many millions of bottles annually to tho well informed purchasers of the choicest
remedies, and they always tako pleasure in handing out tho genuino articlo bearing tho f til 1
name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of every package.
They know that in cases of colds nnd headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and
of weakness or torpidity of tho liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits, indigestion, or
over-eating, that tliero is no other remedy so ploasant, prompt nnd beneficial in its effects as
Syrup of Figs, and they arc glad to sell it becauso it gives universal satisfaction.
Owing to tho excellence of Syrup of Figs, tho universal satisfaction which it gives and the
immense demand for it. imitations havo been made, tried and condemned, but there iuo
individual druggists to bo found, hero and there, who do not maintain tho dignity and principles
of tho profession and whoso greed gets the better of their judgment, and who do not hesitate
to recommend and try to sell tho imitations in order to mako a larger profit. Such preparations
sometimes havo tho name " Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syiup" and of somo piratical concern,
or fictitious fig syrup company, printed on tho package, but they never have the full name of
the Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of tho packnge. The imitations
should be rejected because they aro injurious to tho system. In order to sell tho imitations
they find it necessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception, and whenever a dealer pawed
off on a customer a preparation under tho name of "Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup," whirh
does not bear thu full name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of tho packnge,
ho is attempting to deceive and mislead tho patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his
establishment, whether it be largo or small, for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and
and deception in one case he will do so with other medicinal agents, nnd in tho filling of
physician' prescriptions, and should be avoided by every one who. values health and happiness.
Knowing that tho great majority of druggists are reliable, we supply the immenso demand
for our excellent remedy entirely through tho druggists, of whom it may be purchased every
where, in original packages onlv, at tho regular prico of fifty cents per bottle, but as exceptions
exist it is necessary to inform the public of tho facts, in order that all may decline or return
any imitation which may be sold to them. If it docs not bear the full name of tho Company
California Fic Svrup Co. minted on the front of everv packaco, do not hesitato to return (he
article and to demand the return of your money, and in future go to one of tho hotter clans ol
druggists who will sell you what you wieh and thebest of everything in his line at reasonable prices
I Dili KtUUCIION SALE
THIS WEEK IS
ONE OF SPECIAL
AT THE FAIR.
BOYS' SUITS AND
AND OVERCO . '
20 PFR CENT
ALLISHOES REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK JO PER CENT
Special Sale on Ladies' and MRses Hu-e.
Special Reduction on B;d Comforts.. Ladies' Coats, Spatial P
on all xrad s.
H Hurgahn-i mo nuim runs t j mention 1jh-., bul
;r Mi v in
f'AU. AND yKI2 Til KM.
LUMBER PRICES ADVANCE.
Boifie Experiences a Ten Per Cent
Raise in Prices of Material.
llolsp Nov. 0 r.o'-.u luu.ber deal-
on nave, advanced tue pneo ot iuiu-
he. nnd other bul'H.i? in.Ui-Ual wi.icn
ey handle to a sum aipru.im.i i
1 ' THE FAIR - I
tC' to f
I Ji Jbverv.
Give rest to tired eyes.
After making a thorough ex
amination to locate eery de
fect we glvo you tbe proper
leii6es and adjust the fruines
toyourfuee, thus insiunlg a
iierfect correction. We give
you the tout glasses it Ja pot
slide to produce.
A. Blackburn, 0. D.
Room 45 Despain B!fc. t
fTE SURE WAY
to prevent Pneumonia nnd Constlpa-
I tlon Js to cure your cold whon It first
appears. Ackcr'e English Remedy
win stop the cough in a night, and
"flvo the cold out of your system.
Always a quick and sure euro for
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all throat
"nd lung troubles. U It docs not
satisfy y(m w0 W)i refund your
money. f w. Schmidt & Go.
over 10 iter cent from prices which
lu vo prevailed (or llio pasv f.over.il
No excuse Is given for lue advance.
local contractors say there is uoth-
ing In the situation to warrant the I
advance. Just why it was made no
one seems to know. '
Tho contractors say they don't
know. The dealers simply say the i
advanco was made. And that seems
to bo nbout all thero is to It. I
The new prlco list which was sent
to contractors Monday shows an ad
vanco all tbo way troin $1.50 to $5.00
per 1,000 feet, according to the ma
terial. Those who havo llgurea out
tho percentage declare It will amount)
to not less than a generul advanco as ,
nhm-n stated. I
It Is not thought that the advance
will In any way affect tho big build
ings now in tho course of construe-1
tlon, as tho lurabor for them had al
ready been contracted. However, the 1
raise Is likely to put a stop to build
ing operations In tho future,
WALLA WALLA FRUIT GOES FAR.
Miss Charlotte Baumelster Sees Ital
ian Prunes Grown Here In New
That Walla Walla fruit is having
wido circulation is ovlnced by a let
ter received by her fathor from Miss
Charlotto D. llaumelstor. where she
states sho saw tho Wada Walla valley
product temptingly displayed on Now
York's streets, says tho Union. Miss
llaumelstor writes that the sight
made hor homesick. She says in
''"Yestoiday I was walking along
Oho Hundred and Twenty-filth street
whon I saw a wagon with boxes of
Italian primes In them. When I got
closer I saw the boxes wore marked
'lllalock Fruit company, Walln. Wa la
Washington.' I was ho surprised I
nearly fell over tr ihlrlv o, Wo
Walla prunes being sold In N.w
cordltlly cndonci this rict (if good cheer
to sll tulfereri from ditoidcrt or ailments of
LUNGS or SPINIJ
that cause the acute pain or dull, grinding,
eihauiting aclc ttliltli iliallcrt cvwi the
$trogctnervou5 tyttcm, A IT UK -new,
ouick, ture and plraiant l at y.ji call.
ncirncf, widen uciviy jrnerriuu in trill
CUKE, h.i named it AlliDICAI. I.AKI2
PLASTCRS. Theie I'latltn tie mule t,f
dean, tweet, delicate, j i.wn fully active,
natural ounn anu ruiverncn eaj.iaiieii
formed Cryitalt from medical Lake, Washington, that marvcloui body of concentrated health elements,
which U the new wonder of the medical profeuion. The italwart Indians who long dwelt abuut this bi.dyof
most remarkable hygienic waters to all the world, considered it a gift to themkcltct direct iV.m il.c- (ireat
Spirit, snd guarded It with their lives from all outside intrusion) tut progress moving them on, hst made its
treasures available There I no need to tuffcr from the destroying aliments we have mentioned,
slnglo moment more, for Medical Lake Plasters are their perfect CUKK. Wnl, Naion't own
unrivaled means agaiast pain and disease, they search out, ronijuer and'cradicale its came
ALL DRUOaiSTS JELL MBDICAL I.AKII l'LASTI!R J, 2U CMCII.
flCDICAL l-AKE TAULfcTS nuk o iparkllnf, ntw Tonic n.ji .nr.M ititnjnh.mnnj Njli M ''' ll"i'l
MEDICAL LAKE SALTS MFG. CO., Sole Mfrs, New York and Spokane, Wash.
La Grande Irrigation Company. j
The I.n Grande Irrigation romiiuir. I
bus lecordod a filing on 1,000 inches
of water to ho taken trom tho Grande
nonih- river near Oro XJp'I. a ditch
' ur mllos long will ci-ver the Pir-an
ant Home Orchard d'strlct near I,a .
U run lie. I
Hae it clour hy a Sut otilic I lumbtr in. I cu will no'
if I'Otlitrod wjtii t ad breaks Let us hgur oivourwcr.
BECK, THE OPI-iTJ'JVCBIDTfL