The Athena press. (Athena, Umatilla County, Or.) 18??-1942, January 13, 1911, Image 6

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    - CYCLONE FORMATION. '
Th Mechanical Laws Are the Same
- ,f . . -'.a In a Whirlpool.
."Any. one cnu nin'k tin exuH counter-
. part of rt ejeitme if In- no desires. Of
coiirstf ii cyclone Is cniiHud by f he iitr
over n big urea gnttlnj? wtinn unci
. flfr'il with sntafl pressure. Thin air'
' consequently tries to rise nlinost lu a
body nnd lenvcn a partial vncuum be
hind, but thp outside cold nlr rushes
In from nil sides. Now. It Is a scien
ter nnd iiipchnnlral truth that when a
fl't!d runs In from nil sides toward a
central .point It causes a whirlpool or
rotation of the fluid. The exact anal
oy of a cyrlonet then, although" with
the fluid water Inst.tid of nir. Is seen
when Ihc stopper Is pulled out of the
bottom of a Imsln full of wafer.- An
almost perfect vacuum, as far as the
water Is concerned. Is caused -by the
wafer Immediately over the stopper
running out The rest of the water
rushes Id from all directions, and a
whirlpool Is the result There Is one
difference here from the air cyclone.
In the. air the force with which It
rushes toward the center greatly com
presses the air whirling at that point
nnd makes It very dense so dense, In
fact, that a straw carried In the ccn
trnl whirl can be driven Into a big
block of wood without bending. Of
course In a whirlpool the water Is not
compressed, remaining practically the
same-in density all the time. That
la one highly Important property of
water: It Is practically Incompressible.
-Nevertheless It Is very Interesting to
see the whirl form in a basin and
&uuw mat me mecnnnicai laws are
the same as In the formation of a cy
clone many miles wide. Harper's
Weekly.
Way to Treat Venison.
The sportsman was explaining to a
'few f his uninitiated friends.
"If you don't like venison," be said,
"It Is because It has not been prepared
properly. I think I know the kind you
hare tried to eat, end I agree with
TREASURY DEPAKTMENI'
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER
OF THE CURRENCY.
Washington, December 12, 1910.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evl
denoe presented to tbe undersigned, it
Professional
;ou ,t is n0r r&r& t to tba.fc tb; F
In
NEW JERSEY TEA.
Red Root, That Did Good Service
Revolutionary Days. '
You housekeepers of today whose fa
vorite brands of Orange Pekoe, Eng-
mn ureaurast, India nnd Ceylon, etc.,
diffuse their fragrance over your tea
table would hardly suppose that tea.
or, rather, a fairly good substitute for
it, was oni made from the leaves of
one of our prettiest Xew Jersey wild
Dowers. n-t so it was lu the old tur
bulenl days of the American Revolu
tion, when they had so much trouble
over the Imported article and used
various beverages as substitutes for
tbut to which they had become accus
tomed.
New Jersey tea, or red root, as it is
also called. Is a low growing shrub
with ninny branches, seldom over
three feet high, nnd is found from
. Canada to V lorlda, growing usually In
dry wooded sections. It Is very nbun
daut in New Jersey, for which it is
named. It blooms profusely In July
and Is so showy, with Its many pan
icled white blossoms, as to be quite
worth a place In the gardens as an
ornamental shrub, it has a dark red
root, with leaves downy beneath nnd
very much veined, by which it is easily
distinguished from the mire ton. An
Infusion of the leaves prepared hi the
same manner as the genuine article
has somewhat the taste of ordinary
grades of the ten of the orient, but la
noi supposed to possess any of its
stimulating propertiesExchange.
Bulwer Lytton and Hie Chorus.
- i Miiri von ltncowltsa met
nuiwcr i,yitnn m the Riviera toward
7 fnu or hftles. He was then,
n . mi in ner autobiography, "past
mm yuum: ms mine wns at Its
, renlth. He seemed to me antcdllu-
"u. witu ins long dyed curls niid his
old fashioned dress. Uo dressed exact
ly In the fashion, of the twenties, with
ong coats reaching to the ankles, knee
breeches nnd hmg colored waistcoats.
Also be appeared always with a young
lady who adored Mm nnd who was
followed by a manservant carrying
h harp. She sat at his feet b.a od-
rST with i,p iM; '", ,h f
iNii), with oug flu win n
Anglalses. n t -? c"r ca"e
own works, 'oxid from h s
passages "d ,n wlM,,n,,y Poctic
with 'All(-'e' accompanied him
..pegglos on the harp."
been shot tbe carcass probably has
been allowed to Ho around until tbe
blood has discolored the meat and
really has almost tainted It. Few
hunters dress their game carefully
enough. As soon as a deer Is killed
tbe carcass should be thoroughly bled,
skinned, the entrails removed and tbe
meat bung up In the dry air for some
hours. Thorough and prompt bleeding
Is of tbe utmost importance. Venison
prepared in this way is comparatively
light In color--! bat Is, it is a clear.
bright red. and tbe fat Is white and
clean. There Is uo strong, rank taste."
New York Press.
Revenge.
"Stop!" Tbe brakes of tbe motor
were suddenly applied, a pandemonium
of whirling wheels ensued, and the mo
torist came face to face with Consta
ble Coppem, who had been biding in
tbe hedge.
"Excuse me, sir," said tbe portly po
liceman, taking out bis notebook and
pencil, "but you exceeded tbe speed
limit by two miles over a measured
piece of road."
"I have done nothing of the kind,"
retorted the motorist, "and, besides"
"Well, If you don't believe me Pll
call tbe sergeant, 'bein' as it was Mm
as took the time. He's In tbe pigsty
yonder."
"Don't trouble, Robert," the other
hastened to reply. "I would sooner
pay fifty fines tban disturb tbe ser
geant at his meals!" London Answers.
A Tree Climbing Dog. '
A government otllclnl In Bavaria con
nected with the forestry department
has a wonderful dog, which Is asclev
or at climbing trees as n cat. If his
master fastens n handkerchief up In
the treetops the animal will clamber
up after It In the ulinblest way nnd
never falls to bitug It down. He was
taught by his mother, who was famous
as n tree climber. The clever animal
has wou several medals by his ex
traordinary talent nnd takes particular
delight In cllmblug silver birches, not
the easiest tree In the world to scale,
for I he trunk Is particularly smooth
nnd sllppery.-Wlde World Magnxlno.
Kindness to Animal.
"What I believe lu," said Mr. Ems
tus Plnkly, "is kindness to dumb ani
mals." "
"Yes." replied ' Miss Miami Brown,
"I has hyuhed dat some folks kin Hf
a chicken oft? do roos' so gentle an'
teuder dat he won't have bis sleep
Clsturbed ska'sely none."-Washington
Star.
Faithful Woman,
I tell you that women, as a rule, are
more faithful tban men ten times
more faithful. I never saw a man
pursue his wife into tbe very ditch and
dust of degradation and take her in
bis arms. I never saw a man stand at
tbe shore where she was wrecked,
waiting for tbe waves to bring back
her corpse to bis arms, but I have seen
woman with her white anna lift a
man from the mire of degradation and
hold him to her bosom as If be were
an angeL IngersolL
His Way of Doing.
"Conld the cashier of that company
explain the muddle In the books?"
"He eald he would clear it all op."
"Did he?"
"No, he didn't clear it up. He
cleared out'-Baltlmore American.
Ungaliant.
Henderson Ever met with any seri
ous accident while traveling? Hen-peck-Did
I? I met my wife while
travelingabroad.
National Bank of Athena in tbe city
of Athena la the county of Umatilla
and state of Oregon, has complied
with all tbe provisions of tbe Aot of
Congress "to enable National Banking
Associations to extend their corporate
existenoe, and for other purposes," ap
proved July 12. 1882;
Now, therefore, I, Lawrence O.
Murray, Comptroller of the Currency
do hereby oertify that tbe First Na
tional, Bank of Athena in the oitv of
Athena in tbe county of Umatilla and
state of Oregon is authorized lo have
suooession for tbe period specified in
its amended articles of association
namely, until olose of business on De
cember 12, 1930.
in testimony wnereor witness my
band and Seal of office this Twelfth
day of December, 1910.
(SEAL) Lawrence O. Murray,
Comptroller of tbe Currency,
Charter No. 1616. Extension No. 2992.
S. K. Sharp
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Special attention given to all
. calib, both night and day.
Calls promptly answered. Office ou Third
Street, Athena Oregor
G. S. NEWSOM. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Weston, Oregon.
Calls answered promptly night or day.
REPORT OP THE CONDITION
OF THE-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA
No. 4516. . -
AT '
Athena, m the State of Oregon,
- AT THE
Close of Business Jan. 7th, '11
RESOURCES. r '-
Lonng and discounts tan 273 7H
Overdrafts secured and unsecured 7 (HO 18
U o bonds to secure circulation 12 500 00
Bonds, securities, etc. smm
Banking-house furniture fixtures 1000000
Due from apr'v'd reserve agents, . 38 574 65
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents, 88 39
Specie ' 9 61)155
ued'm'n nwd with U 8 Treasurer
(5 per cent of circulation) 625 00
Total 9807 97849
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in
isurpius iuna
$5000000
irnlusrund 40 000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 7 148 fit
National bank notes outstanding 12 600 00
Due to other National Banks 931256
Due to State aud Private Banks
and Bank era ' 64B 03
Dividends unpaid 1360 00
Individual deposits subject to check 102 812 14
uemana certincates or deposit
81 165 28
48 00
Cashier's checks outstanding
. Total 807 978 40
State of Oregon, l.
County of Umatilla 88
l. . L.B row. cashier oi the aoove-namea
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
Dener. f . b. Lie urow, casnier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th
day of Jan. 1011, Homer I. Watts. '
JNotary ruuiic.
Correct Attest : S. F. Wilson,
A. B.McEwen, .
M, L. Watts.
Directors
PETERSON & WILSON
Attorneys-at-Law
Athena, Oregon. - Pendleton, Oregon
Homer I. Watts
Attorney-at-Law
Athena, Oregon. .
JOS. C. BAD DELE Y, D. V. S.
Proprietor of
City Veterinary Hospital
703 Chase Ave. :: Phone, Main 34
Walla Walla, Wash.
Will make calls to cAthena and Vicinity"
m i
THE
ST. NICHOLS HOTEL
J. E. FROOME, prop.
Iff
Only First-class Hotel in
the City.
!?? .
THE ST. NICHOLS
la the only one that can accommodate
commercial travelers.
Can beteoomended for (le clean and
ell ventilated rooms.
LOR. MAIM AND THIRD, ATHEHA.Or.
'
n.i ;mi "'
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Mresi Faals & Co.'s
PRIZE WALU PAPERS
These famous cat terns
ana Dener maae than thosa of any
other manufacturer. They consist of all
grades from the most inexpensive Kitchen
an 1 Bed Room papers to the choicest Halls,
Daing Rooms and Parlors, representing a
st of over 3,000,000 rolls. - oaou"U8
Iton't buy old shop worn goods when
9 WB CAN SAVB YOU 50 PER CENT.
on any one of our 000 patterns manufactur
ed expressly f of t spring 1
ORDERS TAKES FOR ONS ROOM OR A WBOL1 BOOBS,
DESIQNS AND COLORINGS EXCLUSIVE.
"4i
MARION JACK, Pres.
M. L. AKERS, Sec-Trcas.
Pendleton Iron Works
We Make all Kinds of Farm Machinery to Order and
We Guarantee the Goods
Repair Work on all Ksnds
of cTWachinery a Specialty
Structural Iron
Casting and Foundry Work
TROY LAUNDRY
For
GOOD WORK
HENRY KEENE, Agent,
The best training possible
can be had at
ye
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping
and all Commercial subjects,
i.iii n
ruyfi
I " 1 f i I
M
Graduate in from five to nine months time. Positions given all graduates.
Write for full particulars.
follows a cold, but never follows the use of
La
pipe5
JJ LZ3
IAum
The Alternetive.
Flgg My wife wants a new silk
dress.
FoKR-Are you going to let hrr have
UT
FlgEYes. It's n ense of silks or
sulks Dosion Trnnscrlpr.
Unreasonable.
: Mrs. SUnrpe (seTerelyi-Norah. I can
ttuH only seven of those plates. Where
ore tbe orhor live? Cook (in surprise)
Suf, nmm, don't ye make no allow
ance for oroinnry wear an tear?
It stops the cough and heals the lungs
and prevents a cold from settling on your
lungs and resulting in Pneumonia, Pleurisy,
or Consumption.
You are in no danger of serious results if
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR is taken,
as it soothes and heals the inflamed air pas
sages and the cough disappears;
Be sure and get FOLEY'S HONEY A ND TAR, as preparations
containing opiates stop the cough temporarily by( paralyzing the nerves
in the throat and leave the germs of serious lung trouble and you get
one cold on another because the first one was not cured perfectly.
Saved Her Ufa From Pneumonia.
"My wife had a severe attack of Pneumonia which
followed a severe attack of La Grippe and I believe
that FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR saved her life,"
writes James Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri.
Dr. C. J. Bishop, Acnew, Mich., writes: "I have
used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR in three very
severe cases of Pneumonia with good results in every
case."
Cured When Vary Low With Pneumonia.
J. MT. Bryan, of Lowder, II!,, writes: "My little
boy was very low with Pneumonia. Unknown to
the doctor we gsva him FOLEY'S HONEY AND
TAR, The result was magical and puzzled the
doctor, as it immediately stopped the racking cough
and he quickly recovered."
Throo Sizes, 25c, 50o end $ t.GO
IThc 50-cent size contains 2 1-2 times as much as the
small size, and the $i.co size almost 6 times as much.
E. O. Draper, Presidents
Pendleton, Ore.'
0 , ' ;-y
m I fill iPigpr
t4. J. Parker
SHIP
Everything: First
Claim - Mo d em
and TJp-to- date
SOUTH
STREET
SIDE MAIN
ATHENA
JOB PRINTINGS
Neat Workmen
, Faat, Modern Presses
HJjjh Grade Stock
Asore throat Ls a
dangeroas malady
birtyou dorft needto
tie a j?ock around
your neck to cure it,
BALLARD'S
SNOW
LINIMENT
wii1..oui;? at throat ln Bhort order. "3?
tr,?v!!rd Sa?Z Unll?e.nt Penetrates the pores, promot
Ing free circulation, giving the muscles moSsdasSSiry.
I.I TDRC RHEUMATISM, CUTS, SPRAINS, BRUISE?,
VUKJbb WOUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOLS,
BURNS AND ALL PAINS.
GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
which upon aDDlication mv rn r,.T ' ,. - oro iLrout,
PRICB 25c, 50c AND $1.00
me
pain
Ballard Snow Liniment Co,
500-502 North Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, - - MIS&lfTPr
BYRON N HAWKS.