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' Tomorrow Night
. -Athena vs. Pendleton. " .
Admission, only 25 cents.
A farm for sale. Inquire of Henry
Attorney S. F. Wilson was in Pen
dleton Tuesday. . -
Clarde Steen transacted business
io Pendleton Tuesday. ; -
Mariou Jack came in fioai Pendle
ton yesterday morning. . . V
George Brace went down to Pendle
ton Monday on business.
Athena iuerohanta are taking annual
inventory of their stooks. ; ft
Charles Norris tiansaoted business
in Walla Walla yesterday.
John KearufeT bos teen appointed
chief of poiioe at Pendleton.
Bead about the Dental War on this
page, and save pain and money.
Haul Miller has purchased a piano
for use et the Dreamland Theater. -
Attorney Watts has been in Pen
dleton this week on legal business.
Frank Graham and Eddie Jarman
were in the city from Weston . Mon
W. R. Taylor and H. A. Barrett
transaoted bnfiness in Pendleton Wed
Miss Lnla Tharp went over to Walla
Walla Saturday, and visited f riends
over Sunday. ( ,
820 acres of mountain land has been
sold by T. O. Webster to Nettie Swan
son, for $16,000.'
Mrs. Lizzie MansQeld spent tbe hoi
iday week with her sister, Mrs. J. S,
Harris at Weston. j
Mr, and Mrs. T. D. Taylor were up
from Pendleton and spent Sunday at
tbe parental bom'e.
Alezauder & Wilson are prepared to
give automobile servloe, day or night,
at reasonable prices.
Everything in Winter goods at 15 to
50 per cent discount. The Sale is on
Miss Geoile Boyd left Tuesday morn
ing for Lewislipn, to resume her work
in tbe Normal eonooL
Real winter weather this week. Not
only Oregon, but California as well,
is in line with the oold wave.
W. W. Wiley, Principal of the Ath-
.ena sohool, attended the convention
of teaohers in Portland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Boby spent
New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs.
George Thompson, in the oountry.
Will ' Millet and Billy Winsbip
trndged through tbe snow. Wednesday
in searoh of tbe elusive jaokrabbti.
Mrs. W, G. Hughes accompanied
s her husband from Milton Wednesday,
and spent the day oalling on friends.
Miss Anna Soboetde of Genessee,
Idaho, has been visiting at the home
of her unole, Albert Fix, in this city.
Marshal Gbolson was in Pendleton
Wednedciffy,-wbeiebe was called be
fore the grand jury to give testimony.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Koepke were
entertained at tbe borne of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles-Betts on New Years'
day.. .'"";'. -',",; r ' :.. ! : --
Before buying elsewhere, come in
and get onr prices. We have the new
est stock and the lowest prioes. Fix
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Eoontz returned
borne from California, Monday. Ed
says he is glad to again be a resident
cf God's country..
Tbe Atbena teaohers who have teen
spending the vaoation with friends
have all returned, and sohool opened
Misses Carrie and Katherine Sharp
returned Monday to Pendleton,- to re
sume their sohool work, after spending
tbe holidays at borne. ,
Misses ' Kittie Gbolson and Belle
Molntyre have returned to Walla
Walla, after tbe Christmas vaoation,
to resume tbeir studies in music. ,
t For tb a most praotioal, useful and
' up to date Business Eduoation, attend
tbe Pendleton Business College.
M. L. Clancy, B. A., Prin.
Attorney Herman Beverly was in
- tbe city from Portland Monday even
ing. He went down : to Pendleton
Tuesday, returning to Portland Wed
. nesday. 'y.' . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bushman have
leceed tbeir farm south of town to one
of their sons and will leave soon for
Montana, where tbev will visit
friends. ' '. V :;, ..
Sheldon Taylor has gone to Port
land, wbere be enters tbe Portland
Business College. Tbe Press will keep
Sheldon informed of tbej doings of
A card from Herbert Manasse, writ
ten in San Francisco, announces that
he was in attendance at tbe great New
Year festival. He evidently was hav
ing a gay time.
The antomotile shop "of Coomans
& 2-eiba is filled with machines await
iug repairs. Dismantled oars and en
gines fill the shop and tbe workmen
are kept busy.
Mrs. James Woodruff and ber three
children have returned to tbeir borne
at Two Eivers, Wash., after spending
tbe Christmas holidays with ber pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tompkins.
; in this city. . '
Pastor Meldrum went to Portland
Tuesday .morning on business. Mr,
Meldrum purchased the first ticket
for Portland io tbe New Year, and
Agent Mathers doubtless felt like giv
ing bim a rebate.
1 be -new school district south of
Athens, No. 113, baa 21 pupils in reg
ular attendance, with Miss Flora
Morris of Milton, as teaoner. The
board cf directors are: Chaa. Wil
liams, Wm. MoBride and Fred Car
den. . . -.. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Barnett were
io the city Saturday afternoon, call
ing on friends. They were ou their
way to Portland, where they will
make their home.
Frank Beale was in from bis Pine
oreek ranoh yesterday. He reports
stook in his neighborhood to teio
first class oooditioo, with plenty of
feed for winter weather.
The festive jaokrabbit is furnishing
sport to tbe man with a gun and
ambition to hike over ' the snow clad
fields. Several bava been killed this
week by Athena sportsmen. ,
A. J. Parker has installed a Na
tional cash register in. bis barter shop.
Ihe machine is made fBDecialiv for
tbe barber business and is prao
tioal as well as ornamental.
Mr. A. B. MoEwen and daughter,
Jessica, are expected borne from their
European tour in February. They
leave Sootland shortly -for a journey
through France and Germany.
Tbe Athena Meat Market -is being
supplied with some of the finest beef
that has ever been sold over tbe block.
Tbd firm supplies its customers with
the best meat tbat money can buy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jere Busk of La
Grande, were in tbe city Wednesday.
Mr. Busk was sneaker of tbe bouse at
tbe last session of tbe legislature, and
now has a Congressional bee io bis
natty black derby.
Rev. L. Vulgio sod Prof.. Rose will
arrive in tbe city today and tbe meet
ingsattbe M. E. oburon will posi
tively begin tuis evening. Printed
matter and references arrived at this
offioe too late for publication.
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jx oorsiug one team oi ' paoers was
made up Wednesday when Ace Wag
ner and Jesse Myriok honked up their
roaqsters to a cotter. It is the
swiftest team that has speeded tbe
streets of Athena for many a day.
Mrs. Bowles and daughter, Miss
Laura Bowles of Walla Walla, who
have been visiting at tbe home of Mr.
and Mrs. F. 8. LeGrow. returned
home Monday afternoon. Miss Bowles
is a member of tho Walla Walla High
The Athena Band gave an- open air
ooncert on Main street New Years'
day. Tbe band shows good training,
and the selections were given in a
most creditable manner, the musio
phasing all who were : fortunate
enough to bear it. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Akins of Joseph,
Wallowa oounty, Were in the oity Sat
urday and Sunday, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. MansQeld. Mrs. Akins
had recently been in ' a Walla Walla
bospitai for troatment for illness, from
which she bas recovered.
Mrs. B. D. Tharp entertained the
members of tbe C. W. B. M. at ber
borne Wednesday afternoon. After
tbe business session refreshments
ware served by tbe hostess, assisted by
Mrs. McPherrin. Mrs. R. A. Thomp
son was leader io the meeting.' -
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Mr.' Arthur M. Boss, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boss of this city,
to Miss Rose Waddingbam, of Wes
ton. The ceremony is to take plaoe
in the United Brethren church at
Weston, Wednesday, January 10.
. Mrs. Walter Bose of Pendleton, was
in tbe oity yesterday, tbe guest of
Mrs. J. D. Plamondon. Mrs. Bose
was in tbe oity for tbe purpose of or
ganizing a dramatic and elocutionary
class, and will probably put on a play
with looal talent in the cast for the
beneBtof tbe base ball fond.
S. C. Ives, the old soldier, who bas
been showing signs of mental weak
ness for some time was yesterday taken
to Pendleton for examination. From
the faot that his trouble is-in mild
form, it is thought tbe oounty judge
will reoommend that he be sent to
the Soldiers' home, at Boseburg.
Wines are the staples io family liq-
ours. Bert Cartano oarries a large
and varied stook of select vinfs.
f 1.50 per gallon, you can get choice
Tokay, Musoat, Angelioa, Sweet Ca
tawba or Port. These are California's
best produot and give satisfaction
wherever used. Call at the Red Front
for the best and purest liquors. .. .
Painless Dentistry. Nerves removed
without pain; teetb crowned, tilled
and treated, and bridge workapplied
without pain. My method for pain
less exttaotiou is safe. Does not cause
sore mouth or any bad -alter effeots.
Original methods used for performing
operations in a painless mauner.
Dr. Sponogle, Experience Dentisr.
The first meeting in tbe New Year
of the Girls' Missionary Cirolewill be
held at tbe Christian parsonrge on
Saturday, tomorrow, at 2:30. New
officers for tbe coming year will be ap
pointed and tbe plan of work disouss
ed. All members are requested io
oome and bring tbeir own sewing or
fanoy wort with tbem. v
The La Mar Looal of tbe Farmers'
Co-onerative Union, held a sooiai
meeting last Monday, evening. There
was a large attendanoe and supper
was served. One of the features of
the evening's entertainment was tbe
reading of tbe "Searchlight." the
official paper of the Looal. by tbe
editor, Mrs; George Carmiohael. -
Tomorrow night a battle royal will
be oo at the gymnasium, between the
Athena High- school and Pendleton
High sohool basket ball squads. And
the looal team is preparing a surprise
for tbe county seat lads. Tbe admis
sion a the door will be 25 cents and
it is expected every seat will be taken.
Tbe boys have been working bard to
be io condition to give the Pendleton
team a good, fast game.
Rev. M. H. Marvin was io the oity
Saturday, oo a abort visit. Mr. Mar
via, who was formerly presiding elder
for tbe Methodist cbnrob io this dis
trict, is now financial agent for tbe
Deaconess' and Old Peoples' Homes in
Spokane. Ha is one of tbe leading
ministers of the M. E. obnrob and bas
many warm friends io Athena.
While in -the city. Mr. MarTia was
the guest of Ber. Thomas Lawson.
The following aooiety item from
the Moline, (I1L.) Dispatob. pertains
to a young married con pie who visited
at tbe Zerba homes in Atbena and
vicinity several week ' ago: "Miss
Anna Dolan entertained theL. A. L.
olub last evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs.- C . Ferris, who are on tbeir
wedding trip to Jaokonville, Fla..
coming from Oak Hartor, Wash.
The members of tbe olub hemmed
guest towels for the young bride. Ao
elaborate lunoheon was served, cov
ers being laid for eighteen at : a pret-.
tily decorated table in green and
.white. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris continue
their journey the first of the week." ...
Tbe masquerade ball at the lodge
hall last Friday evening, given Jor
the beneQt of tbe base ball food, ' was
largely attended. Many of tbe cos
tumes wre someone and cnarBntnra
were well sustained. Lawrenoe Sharp,
as a Chinaman, was awaided a prize,
and Miss Bella Molntvre also received
one for ber splendidly sustained ohar
aoter of the Western girl.
N. T. Manela of Milton has been
eleoted director of the Umatilla-Morrow
County Fair association. Mr.
Manela suooeeds F. A. Sykes who
was director last year. Editor G. L.
Bnrd of Stan field, was eleoted presi
dent to suooeed B. Alexander. Other
officers eleoted were Frank Frazier,
first vioe president; W..- B. Walpole,
of Irrigou, second vice president and
K. M. May berry, treasurer.
A' watch night meeting was held in
the Methodist ohuroh Subday eight,
a goodly number participating. A
sermon was preaobed by tbe taster,
and tbe time spent in singing and
pi ayer and sooiai converse. Refresh
ments were served during tbe evening
at tbe parsonage, to a Cumber of the
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson.
Tbe bell was rung at midnight, to
usher in the New Year, ' v
Dr. L. Vulgio, Pb. D. , D. , D., a
noted Evangelist of Los Angeles, and
Prof. L. Bose, a singer of note, are
scheduled to begin a protraoted meet
ing in tbe M. E. ohuroh this evening.
It has been some years since the Meth
odist ohuroh of Athena has been so
ably represented in a revival meeting,
as appears to be indioated in the com
ing meeting. Over two hundred were
converted at a reoent meeting held in
Prineville, by these . two evangelists.
Doubtless the citizens of Athena will
not fail to avail themselves of tbe op
portunity cf bearing one of the great
preachers in the Methodist ohuroh,
and his aooompanying singer.
S. F4-&'arp; .'
PHYSICIAN AD , SURGEON
Special atteEtiouStfven to all
calih. hfith nioVit and dav.-
Call promptly answerei, Otlc onfclrd
Street. Athan nr.inx r-s
G. S. NEWSOmJi. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ;
Calla answered promptly night or day.
DR. J. E. SHARP,
Office in Morris Building, Athena. Ore.
Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.
DR. W. G. HUGHES,
Office in Postoffice Building, Athena Ore.
; Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 5. ' i
PETERSON & WILSON
Athena, Oregon. - Pendleton, Oregon
Homer I. Watts
C. W. LASSEN. M. D. V.
Official Stock Inspector. Graduate McKlllip
v euuary uouege, umcago .
Phone Main 7, PENDLETON, OREGON
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist
. . SUMMONS.
In the Justice Court for tbe District
of Atbena, County : of Umatilla,
State of Oregon;
Joe Lieuallen, Plaintiff,
H. Howell, Defendant. .
To H. Howell, the above named
defendant: In the name of tbe State
of Oregon, you are beruby required
to appear and answer tbe complaint
filed against you in tbe above eutitled
action, within six weeks from tbe date
of the servioe of this summons upon
you, servioe being made by publica
tion in tbe Athena Press, a newspaper
published at Atbena, Umatilla County,
Oregon, and if you fail so to answer
or plead thereto, tor want tbereor,
plaintiff will take judgment against
you for tbe sum of $51.55 together
with plaintiff's costs and disburse
ments in this aotioo , as demanded by
tbe plaintiff's complaint, filed in the
above entitled matter.
This summons is published pursuant
to tbat certain order made and entered
in tbe above entitled court in said
matter on tbe 22nd day of November,
1911. bv B.-J B.. Richards. Justioe of
tLe Peace for the distriot of Atbena,
County oy Umatilla, State of Oregon.
The first publication of this sum
mons is made on Friday, the mtn
day of November, 1911 and tbe last
publication will be made on Friday,
January 12th, 1912.
Dated at Atbena, Oregon, this 21th
day of November, 1911.
- Homer I. Watts,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Do Vbii Want a Position
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All schools are not alike,' and especially In
helping studentf o a posit ion- Do not
v overlook this point.
PENDLETON BUSINESS COLLEGE
cannot supply the calls received for Btelifcg
raphers and bookkeepers and has severu
rood Dosltlons in view.
Students from other business colleges arelx?
attending this school. What, floes this prove?
That we give the best. Nothing else-would
satisty us. Nothing else should satisfy you.
Bookkeeping. Shorthand and Typewriting
and all husiness subjects practically and
thoroughly -aught. Lectures c-n commercial
law by a practicing attorney." Day and eve
ning classes School opens September 6, 1911.
Don't wait. Decide now. For particulars
write, or phone rJlack 7B23.
M. L. CLANCr. B. A., Prln.
For the Best Work
HENRY KEENE, Agent.
The Dental War
Never in the .history of Umatilla I
oounty has there teen so many Den
tists congregated at Athena as at the
People this Means Something
to You. .
YOU SAVE $1. 1 MAKE $1
AND THE COMBINE LOSES $2
when you have your work done with me
special prices for limited time
This is all high grade workguaran
teed. Only the best material is used,
and I defy any dentist in Eastern Ore
gon to do any better dental work.
Take advantage of these prices and
have your work done now.
Iiegular Price ; Special Prioe
18.00 Gold or poroelain crowns 6.00
$7.00 J " " " 15.00
18.00 poroelain or gold bridges,
. (per tooth) $6.00
$7.00 " " ' " " " $5.00
Gold or poroelain inlays $2.50
Gold fillings - $1.00 up.
Alloy, amalgam and silver fill-
ings, BOO to $1.00
Painless Extraction 50c
Full set of Teeth 10.00
If you are in need of artioflial teetb
consult me about the matter. I guar
antee a perfeot fit. My prioes on all
kinds of plate work ought to snit any
one in need of this kind of dental work.
If von have a diffionlt mouth - to fit
oall and oousalfc me about tbe same.
Hundreds of pleased patients
Ton take no chances on my work as
I have been tried and tested in this
uommunity for many years.
, 4 DR. SPONOGLE,
Reijblq,.'. and Experienced
Dentist, Athena. Oregon.
(Up Stairs,) Barrett Building.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes f-idaeys end bladder rlzhL
realize the importance of
sowing their grain at the
proper depth; but this can
not be accomplished with
the drills as they are found
on tbe market today. The
accompanying cut shows
an attachment for the hoe
drill which overcomes this
The Akers'IIoe attachment regulates the depth of
sowing, packs the soil around the grain and insures the
grain to be perfectly covered. They are manufactured
and sold by the .
PENDLETON IRON WORKS, Pendleton, Oregon.
Tightness in th Chest, Irritation In thV Throat and & Dry HacJUmr
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Is An Effective Remedy for the Throat and Luft&s.
It relieves tJckllBar In thj thrcot, UerMnep in the chest. Inflamed lungs, difficult breathing and
wheezing In the bronchial tubes. Conveys a soothing, healing Influence to the sore lungs, promotes
easy expectoration and contributes to tho cnjoymeai of s. quiet night and restful sleep. .- -
Put Up in Three 55ie?, Z5at .30c and $1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the Dollar else. It contains five times as much as tho 25o else, and you set with each bottle
a Dr. Herrick's Red Pepper Porous FJastcr for the chest.. .
JAMES F. BALLARD
ST. LOUIS, MO.
For Sore Eye, Granulated Lids, Redness of the Eyeball, Weak Sight, Smarting Sensation In the Eyes,
ae Stennens Ere salve, it u a remedy of proven merit.
JSot.o And RccohmenpcdBvT!'
BYRON N. HAWKS
D)irn All Winter (5oi3
During the remainder of this month we shall make
special cut prices on all of our winter goods, including
Dress Goods, Shoes and many other things you need.
As we are busy taking inventory, we are unable
to quote prices here, but expect. to have a list in our
ad next week.
If you are looking for real bargains in up-to-date
merchandise this is the place to buy. Get our prices
before buying elsewhere.
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