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Gbarlos Noma spent Tuesday in
John Daffy oame over from Walla
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Kemp were in
the city Sunday. 1 -
John Gross was in tbe city Tuesday
trom Walla Walla.
Warre'n Raymond oame over from
Walla Walla Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dell went over
to Walla Walla today.
Harold Githens is in tbe city from
Astoria, visiting friends.
Charles Pinkerton was in the oity
yesterday from Weston.
George Gino was among tbe Walla
Walla exoursionists Sunday.
Will Dobson has been on tbe siok
list a uonpfe of days this week.
Mis. E. A. Dndley bas been ill at
ber borne near town this week.
Tbe Athena Band will furnish mns
io for the track meet tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bannister went
over to Walla Walla yesterday,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barrett are at
tending tbe aviation meet at Walla
Attorneys Homer I. Watts and S.
F. Wilson were in Pendleton yesterday
o:i legal business.
Sbeldon Taylor was up from Pendle
ton aud spout Saturday and Sunday
with frieuda here.
Frank Graham, popularly known in
Weston as ''Happy," was over from
tbat fcurg yetterday.
Rev. W. S. Payne of Weston, has
been called to Iowa by tbe oritioal
illness of bis mother.
Edward Horn and Josephine Pioard,
both of this oouuty, have been grant
ed a marriage lioense.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MoEenzie and
Mr. and Mrs. S. At Barnes were in
the oity from Weston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ginn were in
tbe oity from Walla Walla Sunday,
coming over in their automobile.
George Gross has purohased a new
Ford auto and today be is mastering
tbe steering gear of tbe machine.
Mrs. Cornoyer, mother of Mrs. Jos
eph Forrest and Mrs. A. O. Kirk, is
in tbe oity visiting ber daughters.
Wm. MoBride was in town from
the ranch Tuesday. Driving back,
be was seated in a brand splinter new
'Mr. and Mrs. Gus Cornoyer were in
town Monday from tbeir borne on the
Umatilla, trading with Athena mer
chants. ' -
M. S. Dndley of Portland, spent the
day yesterday with his brother, E. A.
Dudley. . Be went to Spokane this
In addition to winning tbe ball
game Sunday with bis Millers, W. P.
Littlejobn entertained his brother
from Walla Walla.
Fred Radtke. of the firm of Fix &
Radtke, bas been confined to bis borne
this week with illness. A baby in tbe
Radtke family has also been siok for
Mr. and Mrs. Homer I. Watts and
Miss Yelma Wilkinson went over to
Walla Walla Tuesday evening, where
they witnessed tbe production of "The
Rev. Thomas Lawson will preaoh
from tbe following topics on Sunday:
"TbeSeivioe of Christ and Its Re
ward;" "How David Prospered." All
are kindly invited.
W. W. Musselman, wbo bas been
prinoipal of tbe Helix sobool for tbe
past year, in nnder contraot to teaob
at Freewater next year.
Geo. Payne has been afflicted with
a serious attaok of rheumatism this
week. He is now hobbling about1 with
the assistance of a oane.
Miss Edna Taylor is now fairly con
valescent from ber recent attaok of
fever, aud her friends hope soon to
see her among them again.
The traok team of the Athena High
sonooi will oompete in tbe Whitman
meet on May 5th and 6th, and also in
the U. of O. meet May 12th.
Robert Barns, distriot freight and
passenger agent of the O.-W. R. & JN.,
oame over from Walla Walla Sunday
and spent tbe day in tbe city.
Mrs. Wm. Tompkins has beeu con
fined to ber bed with a severe oase of
lumbago for tbe past week. She is
reported considerably better at present.
Mr. R. J. Green, an attorney from
Minneapolis, bas been in tbe oity this
week. Mr. Green may determine to
looate here and practice law with
Peterson & Wilson.
Tbe Ladies Band of Weston is giv
ing a series of open air oonoerts in
tbat oity. Saturday afternoon of each
week tbe ladies appear and disoourse
mnsio on tbe street. '
Father Neate, of tbe Mission, has
been in tbe oity during tbe week at
tending tbe servioe at the Catbolio
oburob, oonduoted by Father Flam
ming of toe chapel car.
Mrs. John P. Miller, wbo resides in
Mrs. Jones' cottage on Jefferson
street, aonounoes to the ladi68 of
Athena that she is prepared to do
washing at reasonatle prioes.
Charles Gerking reoently oolleoted
the bounty on six coyotes before the
county clerk at Pendleton. An un
usually large number of ooyotes are
being exterminated this spring.
Mr. Helmiok, who was a very siok
man for a conple of weeks, has recov
ered sufficiently tobe ont again. He
was in town Wednesday for the first
time since getting over his illness.
Athena auto enthusiasts had the
opportunity of admiring a handsome
new Ford machine Tuesday. It was
tbe 1911 model with fore door torpedo
body and presented a fine appearance.
C. K. Cranston of Pendleton bas
been given a plaoe on tbe state game
commission by Governor West. Uma
tilla county sportsmen now look for
ward to enforcement of tbe game and
Fall sown grain in this vioinity is
in good oondition, has a good color
and is thrifty in growth. Spring sown
wheat and barley is in need of rain.
Gardens also show insufficient growth
for want of rain.
Miss Gertie Booher has been confined
to ber home for several days with ill
ness. She was threatened with ty
phoid fever, but Dr. Plamondon, tbe
attending physician, suooeeded iu
averting the attaok.
Over 500 Odd Fellows attended the
ceremonies of tbe 92nd anniversary of
tbe fonhding of tbe order in Amerioa,
at Walla Walla, Wednesday. Elab
orate preparations bad been made for
their entertainment and reception.
J. R. King, a former resident of this'
county, where he engaged in farming
on Wild Horse above town, bas ar
rived at Weston from his home at
Algona, Wash. Ha is at the borne of
his sou, Frank, and is suffering from
a severe illness.
Miss Lula Tharp left Wednesday
morning for Lewiston, Idaho, where
she will be a guest of Miss Ceoile Boyd
at tbe Normal sobool dormitory, for a
week. Miss Norma Smith will attend
to tbe oashier'e desk at tbe Mosgrove
Mercantile store during her absence.
1 tmjaMWin,, '"n'i'ln m"1ill"'Min iiml" lll ' 1.11 "'MJ-Mi'J-rl'
Walla Walla April 27th to
. 29th, inclusive
World's greatest Aviators in thrilling
nights under auspicies of the Walla
Walla Fair Association. Excursion
rates on all railroads.
Miss Lela Garfield, of Walla Walla,
was a guest of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jaokon Nelson near town,
Saturday and Sunday. Her brother,
Chase, also came over on tbe excur
sion and spent tbe day.
Umahollia Tribe of Redmen will
give a May Day pionio at Umatilla
May 1. A wild west program will be
a feature of the day's entertainment.
Posters announoe tbat it will equal
cbe Pendleton Roundup.
Rennie Green, an Adams young
man, was badly injured Saturday
when a mule kioked him In the face.
His nose was broken and a deep gash
resulted from tbe foroe of tbe blow.
Dr. Sharp dressed the wound and tbe
young man is getting along as well as
oould be expeoted.
Mrs. B. B. Riohards will leave next
week for a visit with relatives iu
Lewiston, Idaho. Her grandmother,
Mrs. Fleener, who bas been ill for so
many months in that oity, has been
reported in a less enoouraging oondi
tion lately and Mrs. Richards goes for
the purpose of seeing her.
Mrs. Marion Hansell was hostess to
the Sunshine club Thursday, tbe 20tb.
The guests of the olub were: Mrs.
Woodward and Miss Eva Woodward,
of Walla Walla ; Mrs. Joseph N. Scott
and Miss Emma Heidtke. Ice cream
and oake were served by the hostass,
assisted by Mrs. G. W. Hansell.
J. T. English will say good-bye to
Weston in a week or eo and depart
for San Francisco, from wbioh oity be
sails May 3 for the Philippines, says
tbe Leader. With a party of young
engineers be has besn engaged by Un
cle Sam for surveying work, and may
remain several years in the islands.
Mrs. J. L. Van Winkle wishes to
announce to tbe publio tbat she is still
in charge of the photograph gallery on
Third street, and will take all kinds
of piotures, from stamps and postals
to cabinet size. She desires patrons
to oall early, as sbe may not remain
in Athena after the close of sobool.
Several Athena people have visited
Walla Walla yesterday and today, and
saw tbe birdmen take tbeir aerial
flights in biplanes. It is said the av
iators find no difficulty in getting will
ing passengers to go up with them in
tbe machines, tbe number of appli
cants for air rides being plentiful.
Ed. Koontz and Byron Hawks spent
Tuesday on Squaw creek, fishing.
They had moderate snooess, finding
too muoh water in Meaoham creek,
which stream was tbeir original des
tination. Monday was a hot day and
the oreek beoame a raging torrent as
tbe result of melting snow, during
Tbe program at the Dreamland for
Friday and Saturday is as follows:
1. "The Long Trail," Selig. 2. "The
Stubborn Lover," Gaumont. 8. "An
Affair of Hearts," Biograph. For
Sunday: 1. "The Land of Oz,"
Selig. 2. "Parisian." "Venioe,"
Patbe. 8. "The Face at tbe Win
Rod Hollis, son of C. W. Hollis,
former merchant of this oity, spent
Saturday in Athena, enjoying tbe
company of boyhood friends. He has
been pitching for tbe Pendleton base
ball team. Mr. Hollis has been assist
ing bis father in tbe meroantile busi
ness at Lamont, Wash., since coming
up from California.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spenoer are con
templating a trip to tbeir old home
in Texas, and hope to leave some time
in May. They will also visit other
points in tha south, and expect to be
away for three or four months. Mr.
Spenoer owns 80 aores in tbe Lone
Star state and may dispose of tbe lit
tle farm before returning borne.
Mr. and-Mxs. A. M. Gillis passed
through last: week from tbeir home
DbAt Washtnona to LaGiaude, wbere
tbey were called to tbe bedside of Mrs.
Gillis' father, Mr. Campbell, vho is
critioally ill at his home there with
cancer. Friends iiere have reoeived
news that his case is hopeless. Mrs.
C. C. Sharp and Mrs. Ora Messner,
both of Seattle are also at bis bedside.
Dr. S. F. Sharp has purchased an
antomobile to be used in his country
praotice as a means of transportation,
instead of horse and buggy. Tbe ma
chine is a Maxwell and practioally
new, having been run tut very little
by its former owner, Wm. Pinkerton,
Sr. Lawrence Sharp makes an ad
mirable chauffeur, and handles the
oar with great eolat.
Tbe cbapel car will leave tomorrow
for Freewater, wbere it will remain
for one week, going from tbera to
Pendleton. Father Fleinmiug. in
charge of the chapel services, bas
spoken nightly to interested audiences
at tbe Catbolio caorcb, and has prov
en himself to be a man of ability.
Father Neate will conduct xegluar
seivioes at tbe Catbolio church Sun
day morning and evening.
The intermediate classes of the M.
E. Sunday school were entertained at
tbe borne of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas
Lawson Tuesday evening from 7 until
9 o'olock. Games and mnsio furnish
ed tbe evening's entertainment. Re
freshments were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. W. H. Kisaltr. Those
present were: Katberine Froome, En
id Cirtf.no, Hazel JioCubbins, Edna
Pinkeiton, Evangeline Fix, Mildred
Lawson, Dorothy Laws an, Harold Fix,
Arnold Koepke, Heniv Koepke, Lewis
Stewart, Leslie Snider, Bertie Mc
Cubbins, Rolen Smith,. Kendall Smith
and John Lawson.
Stock No lice.
Notice is. hereby given that tbe City
Marshal t ill imponn A all stock found
at large in tbe cor porate limits of
Atbena, us provided by ordinance.
Geo. W. Oroes, Mayor.
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