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the city (torn
Eail Dudley, was in town Wednes
day. Oeo. Wall went down to Pendleton
E. W. Konasek wee a Pendleton
... visitor 8nnduy. . .
Col. Loose waa In
Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
to Pendleton Sunday.
Mrs. T. P. DeFreeoe wbb a Walla
Walla visitor Tneaday.
Miss Gelene Bergevin spent Monday
with friends in Pendleton.
Mrs. E. M. Smith, of Weston, waa
hopping in Athena Monday.
Mrs. Lillie Miller was a Walla
WBlla business visitor yesterday.
Oonnty Commissioner Cook born waa
in the oity from Milton, yesterday.
Coming: Cbristy'a Minstrels. Op
era House, Sunday, Feb. 14. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Vinoent were
WAall-And anaatB nf Pan (
Johnson 'a orobestra will tlay a
dance engagement at Weston, tonight.
Mrs. W. 8. Farffnsnn
taa witn irienaain walla Walla.
Mrs. Chamberlain of Pendletun,
visited at tbe Ramsay home on San
E. M. Smith and William MoKen
zie of Weston, were in town Wednea-
' fay- . -
. Jerry Stone and wife were in town
Wednesday from their borne near Ad
tams. Charles Chant ia having his eating
honse deooiated with a fresh ooat of
Mia. Bngh Molatyre and danghter,
Miss Ethel, went over to Walla Walla
Miss Boylan, who ia teaoblng fn the
Stone distriot, spent the week end in
The Preaton-ShaSer mill bag been
olosed down thia week for repairs to
Mrs. J. H. Harmon and her little
son have both been ill this week with
severe oolds. '
Ueorge Darvean, owner of the St.
George betel at Pendleton, waa in the
oity Wednesday. ',
Wm. MoBride has pnrohased a
Bniok tooring oar.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor and Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Dndley motored to
For SaleA practically new Velhr
piano, for $250. Enquire of Mrs.
Jane Garden. Adv.
Louis Bergevin and danghter and
JUlsa Marguerite Forrest visited
Walla Walla Tnesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Zopn have rented the
Luna home near the mill, and have
taken nn rafltrinnna fhnA
Va dog showing symptoms of rabies.
fie reported to have been killed at tba
Raymond plaoe reoently.
The Tom Christy (all white) Min
strels, Sunday February 14. Entire
ohange of program. Adv.
Mrs. J. D. Plamondon will give a
putlia reoital for her mosio pupils at
her home tomorrow afternoon.
I will buy your seoond-hand furni
ture, paying highest prioe therefor.
Pbone 948, Walla Walla. Adv.
Wanted. Man and wife desire em
ployment on farm. Competent and
reliable. Enquire at Ibis oflioe. 8t.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Pinkerton oame
over from their home in Milton Sat
urday, to visit their son on the ranob.
All outstanding aooonnta owing to
Mrs. Lillie Miller, must be settled
during the month of February. Adv.
B. D. Tharp took a numter of en
thusiasts over to see the basket ball
game in Walla Walla Wednesday eve
ning, Mrs. Mariin Hansell and ohildren
returned borne Monday,- from a visit
witb relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watts and Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Le Grow went down to
Pendleton Sunday and spent tbe at
ternoon witb friends.
Mrs. Eber Lnua has gone to La
Grande, wbere she will join her bos
oana, woo la employed in a mercan
tile establishment there.
Milt Swaggart has another oil paint'
on display lu this oity. It may
te seen in tna show window at Car
penter's jewelry store.
Wanted. Man and wife want work
on ranoh for tbe summer. Experienc
ed. Referenoes. Address, 819, Beaure-
fgard St., Pendleton, Ore. Adv.
Una Sohubert, formerly a resident
of Atbena but now in tba mercantile
business in Pendleton, was a bnsluesa
visitor in tbe oity last Saturday. ;
Osteopathy is making wonderfnl
progress. Call at Dr. MoMath'a otlioe
at tbe Barrett building and be relieved
of those aches and pains. Adv.
Miss Zelma DePeatt went down to
Pendleton Bunday evening to visit ber
aunt, Mrs. Gen Harris, who baa been
seriously 111 for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dudley spent
Wednesday night in Walla Walla,
and witnessed Whitman college defeat
University of Oregon at basket ball.
Walter Judy dropped in on bis
Athena friends Wednesday, He ' ia
employed in the Postofflae at Seattle
and was on a vaoation trip to Califor
A three-bottom Book Island plow
a new implement being introduced by
the Eirk implement house, waa tried
ont satisfactorily Wednesday after
noon. : , .
Moro, Sherman Plowing bag begun in thia part 'of
I te oonnty, tbongb In tola immediate
Born, February JO, 1916. to Mrf TloiDi' 'he work is not under way as
and Mrs. Alex. MoFayden of this oity
a girl, weight seven and one-half
rohie Molntyre has purobssed one
or tbe new and peppery looking Dodge
oars, the first one to be plaoed in this
Mr. Bnd Mrs. Sheldon Taylor, were
among those going over to Walla Wal
la Wednesday evening to tee the bas
ket ball game.
Jaoob Beno baa been engaged this
week in cleaning np the City Park.
He Bods plenty to da down there, and
ia doiog .it well.
The usnal' Saturday night danoe
will be held at tba opera boost, to
morrow night, Gordon's orohestra fur
nishing the musio.
Increases the Life of your Barn Roofs
and Fence Posts.
Genuine Coal Tar in Barrels
of 50 Gallons
At the Gas Plant,
PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO.
Russell eSt Son
The cTWarket That Lowered Prices
J. W. Da by, Manager.
that we are still in the Meat Bus
iness, and prepared to give you
the choicest of meats. We kill
nothing but top-grade stock We
have pur home-made Bacon and
Bologna. Try our Jelly Tongue.
We have the purest of Lard at $1.25 for 10s; 65c for 5s; 40c for 3a. Our Phone
number is 493, and we give special attention to Phone orders.
We Strongly Recommend Our
White Pine, Tar
For Colds. Give it a Trial.
Byron N. Hawks, We Druggist
extensively as it is north and west of
A foil line of Spalding's base ball
goods for men and toys will bs oatried
hereafter at Walter's billiard ball.
The line inolndes, balls, bats, mitts,
The Athena tennis olnb has reoigan-
ized for the season. Tbe olnb will
have two oonrts this Teat. Tbe new
oourt will te located just east of tbe
Craig Wilkinson went down to Pen
dleton Wednesday evening to see bis
unole, W. D. Chamberlain, who re
oently underwent a second operation
at tbe hospital there,
W. S. Preston, brother of Mrs. Jos
eph N. Soott, and Miss Mary Marshall,
a yonng lady of MoMinnville, ware
married on the 2nd Inst., at Hunting
ton Beaoh, California.
Bob Moloney, a former well known
Athena boy, having lived here witb
bis mother, Mrs. Delia Ualoney in bis
early boyhood, is over this week from
bis home in Walla Walla.
W. J. King bas been appointed'
supervisor of Boad Distriot No. 8,
wbioh is situated north and weal of
Athena. Bia appointment was made
by the oonnty oourt this week.
Chris Tboney, the well known -gas-den
produce raiser, residing on Fine
Creek above Weston, spent a oouple of
daya tbig week in the FoBS-Winship
tin shop. Mr. Tboney is an expert
Born, Saturday, February 6, 191?,
to Mr. aod Mrs. Von Wiler, of Eenne
wiok. Wash., a daughter. Mrs. Von
Wiler is at the borne of ber parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. B. Zerba, in
thia oity. , j
Fay LeOrow handed ont Mexican
oigars of a rare quality to bis friends
yesterday, he reoeived with tbe oorn
plimenta of his brother-in-law, an
army officer reoently stationed at
Matt Mosgrove haa deoided to remain
in the mercantile business in this
oltr. A recent dosing oot'aale was
held, and Charles Betts baa retired
from tbe Arm. Mew stock, is being
Mr. and Mis. James Potts had A,
Maokenzie Meldrum as their guest for
dinner last Sunday, aod with Dr. and
Mrs. W. B. Soott and Mrs. Jaokson
Nelson added to the party, motored to
Milton Sunday evening.
"Big Dan" Kirk graoed Athena witb
his smiling visage, Wednesday. He
was promoting the sale of butter man
ufactured by tbe Hudson Bay Co
operative Creamery oompany of which
be is one of the principal atookbolderi
Freewater Times: D. B. Jarman,
a well known mercbant of Weston,
bas aooepted a position witb the J. A.
Sahmidt Meroantile Co. aod bas rent
ed a boose and will take up bis res
idence iq Freewater in tbe near futnre.
. George Froome spent a oonple of
daya ia Atbena thia week. He la
nursing a broken arm the injury hav
ing ooonrred some three months ago
when be was thrown from a stage
eoaob, while traveling tbrongb Nev
Mrs. E. A. Dudley' went over to
Walla Walla Wednesday,' morning to
spend tbe day and attend tbe U. of O.
Wbitman basket ball game. She was
detained on the aooount of the serions
illness of ber mother, Mrs. Donald
McDonald of that oity.
To obiaken owners Thia ia to
serve aa a notioa for the last time.
tbat all ownera of ouiokeng most keep
them oonnned aa provided by ordl
nanoe. From this time on, owners
witb obiokens fonnd running at large
will be brought before the oity record
ar. Bert Bamaay. City Marshal.
Mrs. Anna Wilkinson reoently re
oeived a letter from an annt, Mrs
Ootavia Chamberlain Ccoxford of
Wakaman, Ohio, which, considering
tba extreme age of tba writer is a
marvel of aoooraoy in diotioo and
composition. Mra. Croxford is 93
Tears young, and writes with tbe
fluenoy and alert intelligence of mid
die age. -
ine are department answered an
alarm Mooday morning, and made a
rnn to tbe Dnnoan Molntyre resideooe
on tbe West Side, ooonpied by Cbarles
Ooomana' family. An overheated
stove eaoeed tbe floe to barn out and
aoorebed wall paper was tbe only dam
age. Tbe scare waa over before tba
fire laddies arrived, tat Mr. Coomana
la tbaokfnl for their prompt response,
Bev. Bentley, of Milton-Freewater. HS
will arrive tomorrow to assist in tbe
evaogelistio meetings being oortdnot-
ed ty Bev. and Mrs. Driver, in the
obapel oar. Bev. Driver announces
tbat tbe meeting will oontione in
definitely. . .
lea Dndley is in town for a oonpls
f days, before returning to Eugene,
having been a participant in tbe Uni
versity basket ball tour. Clayton
Sharp, a former Atbena boy, but now
of Seattle, who is attending the U.
of O., was also a member of the team,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Ferris reoently
of Harrington, Wash., bava been vis
iting at tha home of Mr. and Mrs.
Cbarles Williams, sooth of Athene.
Mr. Ferris is favorably impressed with
Athena, and waa in tbe oity Wednes
day, endeavoring to looate a house for
rent. i .
Dreamland program for tonight and
tomorrow night: 1 and 9. "A Lead
er of Men," Lubin. 8. "Sandy aod
Shorty at the Ciioos," Vitagrapb.
Sunday: 1. "In a Hostile Country,"
Essanay. 3. "Love-of Penelope."
Selig. 8. "Tbe Hangry Tramp,"
Labia. ' - , '
Wanted. By a first class tenant, a
lease on 800 to 1000 sores improved
barley and wheat land; or 820 to 810
acres improved general farming land
with some alfalfa; will buy atook and
implements neoeBsary to run ranoh;
must te. near shipping station. Ad
dress tills paper witb looation and de-
iption of land. Adv. .
Lower Main street was badly out
Friday and Saturday of last week
by heavy trafflo, owing to thawing of
frost under tbe maoadam surfaoe.
The Athena Truck oompany whiob hag
tbe oontraot for hauling the material
for the new sohool bonse, reoeived in
struction from the anthoritles to light
en its loads to be banled over tbat
portion of tbe street.
Louis Andette, who has been visit
ing friends in this vioinity for a oon
ple of weeks, will leave next week for
big borne in Alberta. He is not suited
with Canadian halter ohains, and pur
chased a bnndred foot of his favorite
kind from the Fogg-Winsbip oompany.
By outting the ohain in proper halter
lengths, be evades tbe payment of cus
Mrs. A. A. Fobs took a photograph
of tbe big stiok of timber, tba seoond
one to te used in the oonstruction of
Athena's new sohool building. Ths
huge pieoe of lumber ia 40 feet in
length, and 90x80 Inches in dimen
sions. It wss mounted on a Birdsell
wagon, handled in atook at tbe Eirk
implement bouse, aed when the plo
tnre waa taken a orowd of men atood
on the timber.
Looal taxpayers may pay their taxes
at the First National Bank of Atheoa,
aod thus save the expense of a trip to
the oonnty aeat. Tbe 1914 assesssment
roll baa beeo turned over to tbe oonn
ty treasurer hy the oonnty assessor,
and statements will be mailed to tax
payers as soon as possible. Taxes are
now due and payatle, and will be
oolleoted under the same law as list
year. All or one-half must be paid
on or before Ma-rob 81st, and the seo
ond half is payable on or befoie the
Slat day of Angust.
The aeries of evangelittlo meetings
now in progress in the Baptist obapel
oar "Wood Will," nnder tbe manage
ment of Bev. aod Mrs. W. C. Driver,
is attracting good andienoes each eve
ning, and many have been tnrned
awBy on aooooot of tbe laok of room,
Sbonld this oontlnne, the minister an
nounces tbat aervioes will be trans
ferred from tbe oar to the Baptist
ohnroh building on Fifth street Bev.
Driver, who beld a meeting here some
five years ago, is a pleasant and ioroe
ful speaker, and with Mrs. Driver,
fornisbes excellent vooal musio eaob
Sinoe tbe Reserve banking act bas
gone into effect, toe comptroller or
tbe currently bas served notioe cn all
National banks of the nation, tbat tba
praotioe of allowing aooounta to be
overdrawn, mnst ba discontinued.
Tbis rnle, aa laid down by tbe comp
troller will hereafter be rigidly en
foroed by all banks in the reserve sys
tem. The new ruling is expeoted to
be made universally easier to enforce
in view of tbe faot tbat the co-operation
of state banks has been obtained,
sj that from this time on the over
draft privilege will te abolished all
r tbe oonutry.
Harvey drove, a young men well
known in Atbena and Weston, a bro
ther of Charles Grove, waa fatally in
jured Friday last, while working in
a logging oamp near La Grande. A
steel oabla nsed for draggiug logs
narlAfl and fine end struck the yonng
... - . .
man on tbe head, fraotnrlng tnastuiyj
He was removed from tbe lunihsr
oamp to a hospital at La Urande,
where be lived until Monday, when
he passed away. Charles Grove and
N. A. Miller went to La Grande to
oara for tbe remains, and on arrival
there found tbe father bad preceded
them, baving arrived from Portland
before bis aoo died. Tbe body was
shipped to Hillsboro for burial. Tbe
deoeaaed was a member of tbe Moose
order, and the La Granda lodge took
obarga of arrangements there.
WANTED By the OBEGON NUB
SEB COMPANY, Orenoo, Oregon
Tba LAHGESX and BEST Nursery
in tba Northwest Two more hubi
LING SALESMEN. Experience on
neoessary. We teaob yon how to do
it. COMPLETE OUTFIT luinisnea.
Write NOW. HUBBXl-Adv.
Fear of Premature Burial.
The fear of premature burial, wblcb
prompted tbe lata Lord Burton to dl
rect by bla will that bis heart sbonld
ba removed from bla body, baa caused
many well known men and women to
order a surgical operation to be per
formed upon their bodies. Harriet
Martlneau left her doctor 10 to ampu
tate ber bead, and Lady Burton direct
ed that ber heart should be pierced
with a needle. Tbe late Edmund Tales
left Instruction! tbat bis Juirnlnr rein
should be severed, with s prorlxkm
tbat a fee of 2U rtnlnens should be paid
for tbe liarpow. Literary persons np
pen r to nave been partial In rty afraid
of premature tmrliil Hlnop nrrKewy
lrd l.rttnn. linn Anili-rwn ami W!l
HI,- 'llin nil looM uiraaiirea tu protect
thwiiseltva fr-xu It- "'ciniloeUM tie
s aanuni'WLj . jui rt& . "sr
in Groceries of in
quality, is costly.
They are expensive to you, no matter how little you
pay for them. It a certain portion is bad-unfit for use,
it is a dead loss-a box of specked apples, for instance.
Everything we sell is first-class- for the waste
loss and Extravagance accruing therefrom,
are eliminated. What you buy here is fresh
Nothing better than our Red Ribbon Tomatoes. Corn,
Pineapple, Salmon, Etc,
FIX & RADTKE
THE "MONEY BACK STORE," ATHENA, OREGON
The Litchfield lanure
a f,- WAW
The Rock Island Gang Plow
by trial have been proved to be an unqualified success
We carry" Peoria Drills, Birdsell Wagons, Rex Hacks
and Buggies, Foos Gasoline Engines, Etc
Third Street CHARLES KIRK, Athena, Ore,
14 and 16 inch
Chilled Bases, Steel Shears
Wagons and Crank Spring wagons, Hacks
x and Buggies.
Athena C. A. BARRETT & CO. Oregon
A Anm a tllTIA USUal
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iv fH.vp tha most aavera
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case before morniiut.
30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction Lf A If A -i 4
guaranteed or money refunded. LJjtskmJtWf&&&-A