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. Louis Bergevin
visitor Sunday. "r
was a Pendleton
- Mrs. Lillie Miller bad boiness in
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Iaylor visited
in Pendleton Monday.
Wheat Lay for sale. r Apply to
Frank Jackson. Athena.
Chas. May was down from his
mountain ranon yesterday. '
' Miss Leota Cannon has been a guest
of Weston friends tLis tveek. .
Mrs. Chris Thoeuy. of Weston,, was
shopping in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Bert Kir by."" of Adams, was
visiting in the city Wednesday. A
Mrs. Qua Cornoyer was In the city
Wednesday, from her home ecnth of
town. - .'""-v ,:'irK,:i;
Miss Hazel Miller has been visitiDg;
her brother; Leon MiJler and family i
this week. V? ; ? -V"-':
Arthur Stone, who has been engaged
in the newspaper business in Salem,
is home on the ranoh west of town.
Emery Worthington is delivering
mail on rnrai ronte No. 1 during the
absence of Dean Willaby in Spokane.
East Oregonian : Leon Cohen left
Saturday for San Franoisoo, in re
sponse to a telegram statins his bro
ther was very ill.
Frank Adams, who has finished
splendid job of painting at the B. N.
Hawks place, finds his servioes in de
mand, in Athena and vioinity. He
has an ad in today's Press.
The seoond examination of the
eighth grade students who failed tn
soma subjects at the exams, in May,
is in progress, and several are busily
engaged at the aohool house.
The bell at the M. E. ohuroh has
Mrs. A. M. Meldrum and children
will leave soon - for the mountain
ranob in Wallowa county, to remain
dorins the heated term.
- uereiutur au biuu iuuuu uu vus i i
streets or within the corporate limits
of Athena, running at large, will be
placed in the city pound.
Children's Day exercises will be
held in the Methodist Episoopai ohuroh
on Sunday evening, Jnne 15, instead
ot next Sunday as announced.
been out ot repair and Rev. Helmiok
wishes it to be known that regular
servioes will be held, and he expeots
a good attendance, whether the bell
F. S. Le Grow and W. S. Ferguson
fished on the north fork of . the Uma
tilla Wednesday. . J
Mis. George Edwards and - Mrs.
Rudolph Edwards, of Milton, were in
the oitr yesterday.
For sale two three-year old colts,
one two-year old oolt and one mare.
Enquire at this offloe. ,
Henry Thompson was in town this
morning from the stook tanob and
called at the Press offloe, :
Mr. and Mrs. WrnV MoCorkell, of
Reed & Hawley mountain, were visit
ing in the oity Wednesday.
Mies Katberine Finnell, of Pendle
ton, was a guest of Mrs. L. S. Vin
cent Monday and Tuesday.
Mis. Lillie Miller is showing a new
consignment ' of Panama hats .this
week, prices from $6 to f 8. V-
Mis. Jane Wallan and daughter,
Clara, are visiting in this ' vioinity
from their home in Hermiston. "
Miss Stella Lienallen of. Walla Wal
la, has been a guest at the John Ban
ister home east of town this week.
Mr. Will Wallan and family of
Moro, will be guests this week at the
homn of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wallan
west of town.
' Mrs. Minnie Willaby and Mrs. Clyde
Willaty were in Pendleton Monday,
going that far with Clyde, who went
to llot Lake foi medioal baths.
.Bawl Miller, licensed chauffeur,
wilt make the trip to Weston today
and tomorrow .daring thePioneer's
P6nio, every half, honr,y;.Pfione 405.
Jeannette Miller' has teen, visiting
relatives in Union" the past two weeks.
Her father, W. 0. Miller, will go over
tomorrow and ooompany the little
, Miss Merna DePeatt will leave Sun
day, in company with her aunt, Mrs.
Harris, for Portland where she will
spend a couple of weeks, and attend
the Boss Carnival. . ,
Unole John Calender, who has
confined to bis room at the St
Niobols hotel -for several weeks with
rheumatism, is not improving ns well
as might tie desired.
' Pnblio 'worship at the Methodist
Episoopai ohuroh Sunday morning and
evening. Sermon bv the pastor at
11 o'clock a. m.. and 8 o'clock p. m.
Sunday school at 10 o'olook.
Mr. and Mrs. David Stone, Mr, and
Mrs. Casper Woodward and Mr. and
Mrs. Clande Wallan motored to Walla
Walla Snnday, where Mrs. Stone sang
a solo in the Christian ohuroh.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dobson were
goests Snnday at the home of Will
Steen on Dry creek. Mr. S teen came
over in bis automobile in the morning
and brought them home in the eve
LOO : IWS
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Estimates Cheerfully Given. FirstClass Work Guaran
. teed. Athena, Oregon.
U: J il MsfeT imm&mli
t ' :imrM ill
X The big auto-truck has arrived, and
Sam Hntt baa the maobine in passen
ger servioe today between Athena and
Weston. Fifty women and ohildren
were given a ride to Weston last
night at one trie
A. L. Swaggart returned this morn
ing from Wallowa oountv. where he
was called on aoooont of the sioknees
of his son's wife and child. Bis son
Frank has reoently pnrobased a 115,000
ranoh near Enterprise.
The Neversweat Club has installed
a new bench at the St. Nichols hotel
corner. It has a seating oapaoity for
twelve, and is painted green. After
paying for the benob, the olub trea
sury contains a surplus.
Mrs. Gen Harris is visiting ber sis
ter, Mrs. Minnie DePeatt. Mrs. Har
ris is taking a mouth's vaoation from
ber duties in a Pendleton store, and
will visit relatives in Portland and
attend the Rose Festival.
Servioes at the Christian ohuroh
for Snnday, Jnne 8: Bible sobool
10 a. m.", Bermon and communion at
11 a. m. Children's Day exeroises
in the evening. All are weloome.
A. Mackenzie Meldrum, pastor. '..,"
The program for tonight and to
morrow night at the Dreamland in
cludes: "The Penalty Paid," "Black
Beauty," "Believe Me." For Sunday
night: "Bunny's Suicide," - "Blind
Love," "The Listener's Lesson."
Miss Ida Kelly, who came from
Scotland last fall and has been mak
ing ber home with the family of her
cousin, A. M. Meldrum, has made ar
rangements to enter the Walla, Walla
hospital to study for a professional
nnrse. " .. ,
Misses Anioe and Mamie Barnes,
of Weston, were shopping in "the oity
Tuesday evening. Miss Anioe has re
cently closed her sobool on the Wes
ton mountain, where she was prin
cipal, the sohool comprising two
If any one picked np a goldstonn
cuff link at the scene of the automo
bile aooident where Leslie Edwards
was killed on May 24, he will confer a
great favor by returning it to Mis.
Geo. Edwards, Milton, or tc the Press
Mrs. C. C. Countryman, wife of a
prominent dentist at Salt Lake, Utah,
is visiting ber parents, Rev. and Mrs.
D. M. flelmick, in this city. She will
probably remain about six weeks,
visiting her brother in Portland in
-4-A. H. Brown, - who has been with
bis 6on, Rollo T. Brown's family here
and in Walla Walla since early iu the
spring, is reported by Walla Walls
papers to have reoently left for Hart-
land, Minn,, (be home Of bis son.
Geo. D. Brown. .
Cla - Mo data
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UNIVERSITY of OREGON
SUMMER SCHOOL. June 23 to Aug. 1
TWENTY-FIVE INSTRUCTORS. - - FIFTY COURSES
Distinguished Eastern educators added to the regnlar Faonlty. Univer
sity Dormitories open. Board and room at 3.50 per week, Reduoed railroad
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THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE
A RIOT OF BLOOM
Portland, Oregon, June 9 to 14
LOW ROUND TRIP
FARES FROM ALL O-W. R. & N. STATIONS
PORTLAND AND RETURN
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ON SALE :
8-9-11 and 13
Final Limit June 16-
A Carnival of Fun, Beauty
and wholesome Enjoyment
Bring the folks and witness the gorgeous
event. Full particulars cheerfully furnished
upon application- - - DON'T MISS IT.
J. R. MATHERS. - Agent, - Athena, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MoBride were
in from the ranch near Adams yester
day. Tbey met Miss Ferol MoBride
at the train, she having finished ber
school year at St Paul's in Walla
Walla, and come over to spend tbe
summer on the farm.
The ladies of the Methodist Episco
pal church will bold a pastry sale on
Saturday, Jnne 11, beginning at 1
o'olook, in tbe Fix & Badtke store.
Tbe patronage of tbe pnblio is solic
ited. Come and get something good
for your Sunday dinner.
Adair Willert, son of Charley Wil
ier t, an old time Hacfcsmith of Ath
ena, was in tbe oity Wednesday, a
gcest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. D. Tharp. Adair, who was a
small chip when he left this oity, is
holding down a homestead near Mea
obam. Bis parents live at Taooma.
iss Ceoile Boyd came down from
Lew is ton yesterday, where she has
been employed in tbe Pbysioal Educa
tion department of tbe Idaho State
Normal sohool for tbe past two years,
having completed ber work there, and
left this morning for Portland where
she has received the appointment as
direotor in tbe Pnblio Playgrounds of
A lawn tennis tournament will take
pldos at Dr. riamondon s tennis court
tbh evening at 5 o'olook between
Athena and Milton. It is not known
here who will represent Milton, but
they have some experts with tbe
racket. Mr. Plant, one of the Milton
men, held tbe obampionsbip of Miss
issippi, so it is understood. A good
game is anticipated. Athena will be
represented ty Mayor Eoontz, Dr.
Plamondon, George Woodward and
A. Maokenzie Meldrum. Spectators
will be made weloome.
Children's Dav at Christian Church,
Tne annual Children's Day exer
cises will take plaoe in tbe Christian
Cburob oo Snnday night. A splendid
program has been prepared under the
special dlreoiion of Miss Kittie dbol
eon, Miss Zelma DePeatt and Mrs.
Nellie Taylor. Tbe following program
will ba rendered:
1. Song ty the sobool,
2. Soiipture Beading.
4. Solo, - - Marguerite Soil.
5. Beo. - Velma McAlexaodrr.
6 Piaoo solo, Bipples, Lucinda Dell.
7. RfC - - Blanobs Ueiking.
8. " Solo, - Velva Mangfleld.
9. Beo. - - Clara Henley.
10. Song by school.
11. Bee. Lillian Gerking
12. Piaoo solo. Zola Keen.
13. Beo. - Savaonab Smith.
11. Song, Locile Taylor, Velva
MauaSeld and Zola Keen.
15. Beo. - Cviene Lieualleo.
16. Solo, Hope McPberrin.
17. Tbe Wharton Memorial,
- - - Geo. (Jerking.
IS, Song by sohool. -
Teacher Training Class Graduates. '
Tbe Teaohor Training olasa, ccn
ducted by A. Maokenzie Meldrum
under the auspices of tbe Cbristian
Bible sohool, will hold its graduat
ing exercises June 16th, in the Chris
tian ohuroh at 8 p. m. The follow
ing is a list of the saoceesf ul students
who will receive diplomas from the
International Snnday Sohool Associa
tion: Mr. James Potts, Mrs. Betta
Potts, Mrs. ; Lizzie Mansfield, Mr.
John T. King. Mrs. John T. King,
Mrs. 0. T. Smith, Mrs. W. E. Dobson,
Mr. Geo. B. Gerking, Mrs. Geo. B.
Gerking, Miss Ida Kelly, Miss Zelma
DePeatt and Mrs. Chas. Betts. Tbe
following program will be rendered:
1 Anthem. ... Choir.
2 Invocation, A. Maokenzie Meldrum
3 Scripture reading, Mrs. C. Betts.
i Hymn, ,- - Congregation.
5 Prayer, - Geo, B. Gerking.
6 Solo, - Lillian D. Dotsou.
7 Salotatorian address, - Ida Kelly.
8 Solo, - - Zelma DePeatt.
9 Class Poem, (Original,) Lizzie,
10 Class Prophecy. John T. King.
11 Valedictorian address, Jas Potts.
13 Presentation of Diplomas,
A. M. Meldrum.
13 Hymn, - Congregation.
14, Benedioation, - Jos. N. Soot t
Class Motto: "Knowledge la Power."
Class Colors: Pink-and White, v
Class Flower: Tbe White Bose.-- -
I Save YdDiDr
Baptist's Observe Children's Day.
Tbe following program. will be ren
dered at tbe Baptist ohuroh Sunday,
June 8th, Children's Day, beginning
after the Sunday sobool hour, at 11
o'olook : ,
Song, "On Children's Day," sobool
Mrs. C. A. Barrett, Sept.
Prayer, Mrs, Chas. Betts.
Song, .... , sohool.
Beo. "The Porwer of Little Things,"
"Give tbe Gospel to tbe Jews"
"'I didn't Think." Frank Miller
Beo. "Bessie's Trouble" .
Song "Sowing Growing Reading"
Beo. "Our Flags" Kohler Betts
Re-.'. "An Armful of Daisies." six girls
Beo. "Tbe Guest," Sadie Pambrnn
Beo. "Don't." . Beeve Brtts
Beo. "Father Love," Areta Litilejobn
Song. "Tbe Story of Love" -' sobool
Beo. "Lessons From a Penny," x
. Mrs. demons' class
Beo. "Sing a Song of Cheerfulness,"
. Johnnie Pinkerton
Emblematic "The Fonntain ot Life,"
Mrs. Barrett's olass
Duet, ' Mildred & Audrey Winship,
Address, - - Bev. Perringer
Collecting Offering boxes.
Song, - sohool and audienoe
Notioe Is hereby given that the
Gonnty Superintendent of Umatilla
County will bold the regular examina
tion for applioants for State papers at
Pendleton as follows, commencing
Wednesday, June 18, 1913, at 0 o'
olook a. m., and oontinuing until Sat
urday, Jnne 21, 1913, at 4 p. m. s
Wednesday forenoon Writing, kUn
ited States History, Physiology.
Wednesday afternoon Pbysioal Ge
ography, Reading, Composition, Meth
ods in Beading, Methods io Arithme
tic Thursday forenoon Arithmetic,
History of Eduoatioo, Phonology,
Methods in Geography.
Thursday atternoon Grammar,
Geography, Ameiioan Literature,
Physics, Methods ia Language, Thesis
for Primary Certificate.
Friday forenoon Theory ard Prac
tice. Englisb Literature, Chemistry.
Friday afternoon Sobool. Law,
Botany, Algebra, Civil Government.
Saturday forenoon Geometry, Geol
ogy. Saturday afternoon General His
tory Bookkeeping. " .
I. E. YOUNG.
County Sohool Soperintendent.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Conrt of the State
Oregon, for Umatilla County.
In tbe Matter of tbe Estate
Leo Thomas MoBride, Deoeased.
Notioe is hereby given to all persons
whom it may oonoern that William
A. MoBride has qualified as tbe ex
eoutorof the last , will and testament
of Leo Thomas MoBride, deoeased.
All persons having claims against tbe
estate are required to present them,
with proper vouchers as required by
law, to said executor at his borne
near Adams, Oregon or to his attor
neys, Peterson & Bishop, at tbeir law
office in tbe Smith-Crawford Building
at Pendleton, Oregon, within six
months from the first publioation of
Dated this tbe Ctb day of Jooe,
A. D. 1913.
WILLIAM A. McBRIDE,
By PETERSON & BISHOP,
Gave Himself Away.
Daring a football match in the north
of England n spectator persisted in
making loud remarks about the con
duct Of the referee. At last tbe official
went up to him nnd said, "Look here,
my man; I've been watching you for
about the last fifteen minutes!" "Aw
tbort so!" came tta-j scathing reply.
"AW tbort so! Aw knew, .very wee)
thou wasn't watching t' gamer' Lon
Equal to the Emergency.
Indignant Wife I wonder what ycti
would bare done if yon bad lived when
men were first compelled to earn their
bread by the swent of tbelr brows! In
dolent IIusbandl should have started
a little notion store and sold handker
chiefs. Chicago Tribune. -
Light and 8pd. -Many
a young man today barns tht
midnight gasoline that bis old dad
barned the midnight oil to pay for.
"Too and Bllgewater were boys to
"Yes. There was a time when ws
were satisfied with a cream puff be
tween us, but now he wants a base
ball franchise and I long for a private
yaeht"-BiraInghflm Aga Herald.
3 Glassware and China for
the home, for every use, is
included in our generous
displayand at prices less
than you'd even expect to
China tableware in dinner
sets or open stock, which
permits of the selection of
y pieic your sei; in piain sanu
beautiful decorated designs.
3 Glass bowls, tumblers, stem
glasses, etc., in imitation cut
glass, plain or decorated
effects of all kinds.
REMEMBER We give glassware, chinaware, wood
en ware, tinware, enamelware, galvanized ware, si lver
ware, knives and forks, fire-proof crockery" and dishes
of all kinds, with Coupons.
THE "MONEY-BACK STORE," ATHENA, OREGON
; Sherwin-Williams f;
! Varnishes i-
i THEY'RE RIGHT lr
Uniformly good. Al- t '
4l' ways do what it ex-
' n pectcd of them. Work
i If r'gnti dfy "ghti wear I
-, ft right always. A pec- c
U ial vatniih for each I'
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At the Press Office
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
fshort Orders a Specialty. : We also
have Ice Cream, Sodas and all kinds
of Soft Drinks. A fine line of Cigars,
Cigarettes and Tobacco. -
E. C. Itarnes, Prop.
North Side Mail. Street, Athena, Ore.
AND CURE the LUNC8
OLDS Trial Bettl Fm
AND ALL THROAT AND IUNQ TROUBLES
OR MONET REFUNDED.
DAY JULY 41 1313
"The Furniture Man," has added this
line to his already large, varied stock
We bave tbe finest line of Art Squares ever sbown in Atbena. All are of modern designs and op to
the minute patterns. Ibey are going at prioes never before beard -of, olasa of goods oonsideied. Oar line of
FnmUnre is oomplete. It inolodes late styles io Ooisioan Walnnt, Birdseye and tbe popular Golden Oak. Tbe
very latest novelties in Iron and Brass Beds. Everything in Springs and Mattresses.
fourth of July Celebration
Under the Auspices of Walla Walla Oommeroial
Club and Merohants' Assuoiation.
Walla Walla, Washington
Lively and Speedy Program of Events and a Merry Day for
All Who Attend.
Street Pageant of Note, Sports and Athletics. Patriotio Eieioises, Tri
State League Baseball, and other Interesting Entertainment Features and
Events of a Charaoter too Numerous to mention.
Reduced Rates on all Railroads.
May 28 to September 30
YOU CAN GET
O.-W. R. & N. STATIONS
PRINCIPAL EASTERN CITIES
LIMIT OCT. 31.
Chicago $ 72.50
New York 108.50
St. Paul 00.00
Denver $ 55.00
Equally low Round Trip Fares to practically
all other points East
LET Mi HELP OUTLINE YOUR TRIP
J. R. MATHERS, Athena, Agent 0..W. R. & N.