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Rhode Island Bed eggs lor hatching.
Amos Mjriok of Adams, was Id
Mrs. L. I, O'Haria ol Weston, was
in the oity yesterday.
1'be looal telephone offloe bae been
repainted on the interior. ', .
Vies Gladys Andie visited friends
in Walla Walla tbiejweek. ',
Mrs. Sim Colly ot Weston ? was
shopping in the oity Inesday.
Diok English was in town yesterday
from bis tanon east ol Weston.
Mia. Frank Giabam of Weatoo, was
In the oity yesterday sfternoon.
Maitla Prloe, a well known Weston
yonug mau was in the oity yesterday.
Framed piotnres at Bennett's paint
et jre at 40 per cent redaction ia prloe.
Mies Pauline Myiiok and Miss Resa
Rctbrook are visiting friends in Pen
Mins Florenoe Marob, a teaober ot
the Weiton vioinity, visited in Athena
B. V. Walden of Weston neighbor
hood, transacted business in 1be oity
yesterday. " v
" W. H. MoOormach automobile deal
er of Pendleton, was in the oity
A oew Ford oar for Ghailes Down
ing was reoeived by Zerha Brothers
Zeiba Brothers installed a self
starter in Alex Johnson's new Fold
car this week. j
D. H. MansBeld was over this week
from Walla Walla, where be bas been
Mis. D. H. Sanders baa for ber goeet
this week, a sister, Mis. Wbeelai of
B. W. Hatoh, arobiteot, of Pendle
ton, was in the oity on professional
, Bob Raymond will leave in a day
or two for a short visit to the Orook
county stock iaooh. ...
lira. Hiteman Mrs. Henry Dell and
daughter, Lucinda left' Monday morn
ing for Han FranoiBoo.
Wesley Tompkins returned Monday
from Kngeno wbere he attended the
State school track meet.
Mrs. A. M. Lambert is still im-
piovini, mnoh to the pleasure o heL F g u Gmf ' honw flom
Tnanm f.lenH. in this V .
AWalla Walla the other evening, dm-
Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Gerking mo- hig a new Franklin Six. Mr. LeGiow
tortd to Pendleton Snnday. where they
attended oburch servioea.
Watts and Rogers are talkiog Alfal
fa, bog wiie, oteam separators and
Bpdion rides in big ad. See it
Miss Aniae Barnes dosed ber sohool
in the Gerking distiiot today, after a
very snooesBfal eight months term.
Foi Sale A nioe young Jersey oow,
fresh anil onnri milknp. kind find nun.
tie. A. L. Swsggart, Athena. Adv.H
Miss Zelma DePeatt was a guest of
friends in Pendleton Snnday, and gave;
two voosl solos at the Christian obnroh
J. W. Maloney was in the oity
Monday, fie oame up to ereot a
monument in the family bnrial lot at
A. L. Swsggart shipped a splendid
male Poland Obina bog to the Uma
tilla Indian mission farm this week.
The animal weighed nearly 600 pounds.
The Farmers Picnic
Pilot Rock, Saturday May 29, 1915
Speaking by men of National repute.
v Foot Races, Music by the Athena Band.
f : Basket Dinner in Park, Base Ball Game.
Dance in the Evening
Special train from Pendleton and return. Fare and on traina to Pendleton
Eggs for Setting The M. J. Myres
strain ot Barred Rocks at reasonable
priaes; also Indian Runner duok eggs.
J. M. Swaggarc Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. MoPheison aie
attending giand lodge of Bebekaba at
Newport, and will remain for an ex
tended visit in the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglas and
Mrs. Luke Read - are attending the
grand lodge sessions of Odd Fellows
and Bebekaba at Newport.
' Mrs. 8. S. Butt was among the del
egates from Mignonette, Rebekab
Lodge attending the grand lodge ses
sion at Newport this week.
Strayed Bay mare, 8 years old, wiie
out on right knee, white right bind
foot, weight about 000. Notify B.
Rowell, Touohet, Wash. Adv,
We Still Have
99 per ct. Pure at 18c
HOG WIRE in oarload lots enables us to sell the best look, best
weight, most flexible galvanized fenoe made for 23 oents per rod.
THE DOMO OREAM SEPAFRATOR is the rival of the DeLaval the
greatest ot AmerloBU makes. DOMO made in Sweden, benoe the bargain
in prioe without eaoifloe of quality. Think of a guaranteed maobiue,
800 lb. sizs for I8P..75.
THIN K ALSO of a 60-bushel engine threshing ontBt for $025.00.
Then oome and aee it. Also, while here look at a high grade potato
planter, 176.00 last year, for any old price. Make us an offer. She is all
right and we guarantee it.
And now If we have made yon weary, we will give you a ride in tbe
HUDSON SIX 40 and yon will forget all troubles. It is the Car of
Gracetnl Lines, Comfort and Economy.
Watts &, Rogers, Wsston
(Three miles over the hill.)
traded in bis old oar on the new one.
Yesterday was good roads dav and
was geneially observed thtoughout the
oouoty. Pioks and shovels were used
by volnnteer workers on many of the
Miss Both Erebi, who has teen a
gnest at tbe borne of Ml. and Mrs.
i. A. Foss, is visiting in Pendleton
this week, prior to returning to her
home in Milton.
( Call Christian is making quite a hit
Jo the East End league in tbe role of
uiupe. Be umpiied at Helix last Snn
day and will te the arbilrator at Mil
ton next Snnday.
Tbe Athena band will f nrnisb mo
tor the Faimeia piooio, Sataiday
ajs39. Bt filot Kooay tne manage
ment saving oontrnoted for the en
gagement this week.
Miss Jessica MoEwen went to New
poit, Oregon, thia week as one of the
delegates fiom Mignonette Lodge, Re
bekabs. She will remain in the Wil
lamette valley for a two months visit.
Great sport bas been enjoyed bv
tbe man who eujova shooting bis
"33." As a result the red squirrel
colonies adjacent to town have been
depleted in population to some extent.
W. R. Taylor oompletely cleaned
ui on horses cms wees, neving oib
posed of 11 head to buyers for tbe
Frenob and English governments,
and he ia still in tbe market lor more
Weston Leader: Glenn Morrison,
son ot Mr. and Mrs. R. Morrison, waa
amom tbe sailor boys who trisd to
raise the United States submarine
whiob sank last month in Honolulu
M. ..1 Mrs n n Hnhn. ol Port.
land, have arrived in the oity and have
taken housekeeping rooms in tbe Boyd
Koflirianfta Mv. Hnhia ill a member of
the plastering force on the new school
Messrs. Galloway, Baikal,' Collins
ind Dinnmore of Helix, were in the
uty yesterday and made a oall at tbe
ramoffioo. The two former gentle
men are publishers ot the Helix Ad
fl. A. Unerne. snnerintendent of
nit unhnnln. iflft thia week for O
borne at Turner, Oregon, wheie be
will unand a nurtion of bis summer
vaoation. Ha will return to Athena
about Augnet 1
Thursday, May 27
Premiums in All
Win. nnorlnnkn. of the oilOulation
depaitment of the Pendleton Tribune,
transacted business in Athena, yester
day. He waa aooompanied to the oity
by Carl Gmott, the well known ran
die ton musician.
The offiioal beadqnarters of theI
Umatilla National Forest reserve bae
been moved from its former looation
at. Hnnnnnr. to Pendleton, fiom which
poiot the bnsiness of tbe department
will heiealter be aiieoiea.
Waathar nnrmittina. there will he a
laige aftendanoe of Athena people at
Milton s straw Derry lesuvai ana an
nual torse ebow, wbioh will te beld
next Thursday, May 37. There will
be a number of entries from 'tbia sec-
Government weather observeis re
port tbe rainfall in Eastern Oregon to
have reaoned normal with tbe storms
of tbe past week. Tbe weather clear
ed up yesterday and old Sol had a
ohance to smile, for the first lime in
Dreamland program for Friday and
Saturday nights: 1 and 3 "The
Adventuree of Kathlyn, No. 8," Selig.
8. "Almost an Outrage," Biograpb
Sunday: 1 and 3, "Etta of tbe Foot
lights," 8. "Music Hath Charms
'At a meeting of tbe oity couuoil
Wednesday evening, the matter of
ponstruoting a new oity jail was 61a-
bussed further, with the resolt that
She matter of cost and aeleotiou of
ail fixtures was referred to Zopb
Miss Georgia Hansell. a jonng lady
well known in Athena and vioinity
was mariUd on tba )3th inst., at the
bomaof bar parents in Moro, Sber
man oonnty, to Mr. David Partob.
Mr, and Mrs. Partob will reside near
Owing to tba rainy wsatber, tbe
Suosbina Ulnb ladies bava postponed
their excursion to tba Power Plant on
tba Walla Walla liver, wblob was to
bave oooorred on Wednesday. Tbe
poinio will materialize as soon as the
weather will permit.
O. M. Ob mart, late ot Springfield
Illinois, was In tbe city Wednesday,
and made business call at tbe Press
I offloe. He baa recently formed a part
nersbip with Mr. Abrams, tba Weston
photographer, and advertises bis basi
inees in today'! paper.
Rev. A. M. Lambert annontioes tba
following sermon aabjeota at tbe
Methodist obnroh for next Snnday
Morning seivioe "Deolding an Impor1
tant Ouestion in tha Midst ot Unfav
orable Snrronndiogs;" for tha even
ing, "Tbe Mountains."
Attorney Watts returned Bnoday
fiom Portland, wbere Saturday in the
ederal court, ha defended Gilbert
Mlnthorn, tb Indian, on obaige of
bigamy, Tba Athena lawyer got bis
olient oft witb a tour months jaii sen
tenoe and 100 floe. Gilbert has
siooe written Mr. Wa'cta that be
"aiok, and wants to be pardoned ont
by tbe Fooitn of Jnly."
Fay LeGiow atteoded an Interesting
race meet at Waitsburg . yesterday,
wbere bis string of horses, ridden by
Biaden Geiking, won tbe pony exptess
race. Tbe harness raoes were excep
tionally fast, tbe paoera going in 1 :06
over tbe half mile oourae.
Deputy Game Warden Viuoeot in
spected tbe otstrnotion on lower Pine
Creek Wednesday. He iepoits that
the only praotical Solution for a Dsn
runway over the falls is the construc
tion of a permanent ladder. He will
look into tbe matter further.
Mrs. W. P. Littlejobn and dangbter,
Areta left Monday morning for Marys
viile, California, where they will visit
at the home ol her hueband'a relatives.
Mr. Littlejobn expeota to join .tbem
later, when together they will attend
tbe Exposition In San Frauoisoo.
the auto stage leaves Atbsua twins
daily lor Weston, at 8:10 a. m. and
1:10 p. m. ; and leaves twioe daily for
Adams and Pendleton, at 9:36 a.m.
and 5:30 p. m. Express packages cai-
ried. Hoadqnarten at St. Niobols
Hotel. A. M. Soydeo, proprietor. Ad
A loyal Athena fan bas picked out
an all star team from amoug tba play
ers of tbe East End league, and to
gether with other inteiesting remarks
has sent it to tbe Press for publiaatioo,
Laok of space prevents its publication
this issue but it Will appear In our
A temporary ladder bas been In
stalled at tbe West Umatilla projeot
dam, witb the result that tbe Salman
inn is getting into the river atove,
and repoits say that tbe advance brig
ads bas reaobed the mouth ot Mea
cham creek, on its way to the spawn
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tompkins write
Athena friends that tbey spent the
winter at Long Beaob, Cel., and en
joyed visiting tbe San Diego Expo
sition. . They were leaving lor San
Franoisco and after a few days at tha
tjia fair, will return to their home in
:s tun's Pinneer Picnio, wbioh this
year till be beld on Friday and Hat
nrday.yuue 11 and 13 promises to be
more than usually interesting and enter
talning. Ibe dinerent oommlttees
bave tbeir work well in hand and the
amusement features are being well
Athena tennis nlaverB yesterday
went to Pendleton and defeated players
tbere. In doubles, namonaoo una
Harmon defeated Dixon and Rineman,
fl.4 ana Dixon end Jobnson B o. in
Inalea Brooks easily defsated Bine
ran, 6-1, 6-1. Cannon ana viuaeni
defeated Aldrioh and Horn. 8 6.
' Mrs. S. O. Stanton arrived home
Monday from a visit with the family
of ber daughter, Mrs. L. L. Montague
at Arlington. . She reports a vety
pleasant visit, marred somewhat tbe
last few days by the illness of Mis.
Montague. Mrs. Stanton will visit
here until Mondiy, when ahe will go
to Clarkston, Wash., to spend tbe
summer with ber youngest daughter,
rs. Frank Rainvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sbeard left
nday afternoon, with their son and
liter. Carl and Mamie, for the
eas and will probably remain until
late in Jnly. They will go that to
CbMgo, where a specialist will be
consnlted regarding Carl, who some
ten years ago snffered a dislocation of
the jaw whiub is now giving jblm
tronble. The family will afterward
to Canada, wheie they will visit at
their foimer home among relatives.
he Athena La wo Tennis Assoc. s
ill have teams in plav by lovit-.
of Mllfnn on Mil 97 fit thai
nit iuusvh " A
strawberry festival and borse ebowTl
The Milton Association is planning fdr
four-team tournament, including a
team eacb from Pendleton, Athena.
Walla Walla and Milton Freewater.
Mr. Brooke will enter singles and Dr.
Plamondon and J. H. Harmon, tba
doubles. Tha Athena Association
will also have entries in tbe second
onnnal Tennis Tournament of the ten
uis clubs of Walla Walla, wbioh ia
aobeduled for Fiiday, May 38. The
open events will be gentlemen's sin
gles for tbe Walla Walla cbampiousbip
nd gentlemen s doubles for tbe cbam
piousbip of tbe Walla Walla valley.
ATHENA PICNIC JUNE 4 AND 5
wiug to conflicting attractions in
other towns, the dates for tbe Athena
pionio bave been changed to Friday
and Ustnrday, June 1th and 5tb.
2 Earl Urquhait, of the committee on
amusements announces mar airanga-
menti bave been made for a oarnival
oompaoy o. appear here during the
picnic, r t
Dr. Otfoorn and umeiy wottnrng-
ton, assisted by olbuts will bava
charge of the snorts, wbioh will in
clude raoes of all kinds, the winners
of wbiob will be given saitable prizes.
Mayor Watts baa oharge of the
unanaea, ana nee also seourea scepnen
Lowell of Pendleton to deliver the
Advertising matter will be distith-
nted at onoe. and every effort made to
make the pionio a anooesc.
Many 8th Graders Successful.
Tbe result of the eight b grsde ex
aminations, anxionaly awailed by pu
pils all over tbe oonnty. la reported
as follows: Of tbe 387 outside ot
Pendleton, who look tbe exams, 177
wsie snooessfai in passing. Orvllle
Bumbam, of Atbeni, ranked second
in th onuuty, witb a per oentage of
98.6. Wilms Harbour of Weston and
Kenneth YoupI ot Hermiiton tied for
tha highest average, eeob making 91. 3
Ftanoia Spiks of Echo ranks third witb
I. ho. a.
VTbe following names of anoceesful
nplioauts will ceot looal inurest:
Athena sohool, Distriot 39: Dor
otby Ross, Virgil Lnndell, Vergie Roe
sell. Harold Molntvra. Lloyd MoPher
rin, Rex 0. Payne, Ernest Uuuoan,
Ceoil Phillips, Dolly White, Clende
Cocmaos, Orville Buipham. Henrietta
Davis. Lucille Taylor. X
District No. 8, Cliofle Kiog.
District No. 17, USiel Sanders.
Distriot No. 91, James J. Martin
District No. 80, Lola Key and Mia
Diet. No. 65, Fleenor Douglas.
Disk No. 63, Carolyn Koepke.
Whether your; fancyvleads you to high or low Shoes
you will find ,ther season's very" latest styles here, in
footwear that wilf? prove 'their superior worth in wear.
-. Shoes' 'that ;fit?"fooiW tie amifortable from the moment you.
first put them on.' t7Wade of the best leathers and consiructed so as to
conform with the lines of the foot without "pinching."
Every fashionable leather is shown in various styles-
black, white or tan shoes in all the latest creations in
lace, button and buckle effects-
FIX (St RADTKE
THE "MONEY BACK STORE," ATHENA, OREGON
Kirk Implement louse
In New Quarters
A Hardware Stock
Has been added to our Agricultural Implement, Ve
hicle and Machinery Lines.
Smalley Feed Cutters, the Best Made
Hog Wire Fencing
Nails, Staples, Bolts, Chains. Zerolene Oil a Specialty
3rd and Main CHARLES KIRK, Athena, Ore,
in Carload Lots
Cascade 4 faot Fir Wood $3.35
Cascade 4 foot Maple Wood,.... 5.60
Cascade 4 foot Alder Wood, .... 5.10
F. 0. B.
Athena . Pendleton Branchea North
ern Pacific Railway.
C. O. WILLIAMS,
Postoffice, Edgewater, Washington.
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