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About The Athena press. (Athena, Umatilla County, Or.) 18??-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1916)
W. B. Shaffer was in town Tuesday
All aooounts das N. A, Millet most
te Bottled at- onoe,
Miss Jessie Biierly visited iu Walla
Walla Saturday. ,
Dr. Newsom bad professional bus
iness in Walla Walla Monday.
' Sheriff and Mrs. T. D. Taylor spent
Snuday with relatives in Atbena,
Mrs. K. Timmeiman, of "Belli, was
In tbe city Wednesday on business.
For Sale. Dr. &tone'a Piano. See
H. J. Power, at tbe Golden Bole Store.
Born, Ootober 6, 1016 to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Engeman, in this oity, a
Dr. Watts oame "over tbe hill"
from Weston Wednesday morning on
Andrew Douglas and daughter Mis.
James, were in town Wednesoav from
Henry Barrett drove 170 bead of
stock bogs to tbe Fine Creek ranab
tbis week. '
Don't fail to read onr looal adver
tisement column tbia week. Some
Tbe Saturday night danoe wait well
attended, Tbe next daaoe will be held
on tbe 21at,
Mra. Lillie Miller and daughter,
Jeannette, visited in Walla Walla
Misses Lnla Tbarp, Fay Barnes and
Leota Wagner, witb Lawreuoe Tbarp
as obanffenr, visited In Walla Walla
- After all, nothing triors one bigger return! far tbe Doner invest,
ed tban that invested in tbe things that make the home inviting, oozy
and comfortable tbe things that bring pleasure and oontentment, tbe
joy of living, the things north while. .
Divided'by Number of Years
Such Ihioga wilt ' bring, tbe.oost pur year is surprisingly small, so
small in faot that it aeems strange that any one should t willing to do
.wUaaaarnnob home comforts and oonvenienaee as they oan tike real
oomfort and pride in.
- Our Stocks are Large
Aud bristling with goods of tbe distinctive sort, . You oan select mod
estly prioed furnishings here and yet give your home that tonoh ot in
dividoality so muob sought.
In Furniture, Bugs, Draperies. Dinnerware, Lamps and similar
lines our assortments are unusually nttraotive.
THE DAVIS-KASER CO,, WALLA WALLA -
Complete Furnishers of Homes, Offices and Schools lO-jO Alder St.
The Road To Success
8eema to open most freely to those who appear
successful. Garments tailored by
A E. Anderson & Co,
have a successful look.
' Emery Worthington
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE ' . '
Now is the Time to get that New
' Suit and Overcoat.
cTWen's Suits in Blue Serge, plain Urey, Brown or fancy
mixed goods, at $9.90, $12,50 and$14.75. Overcoats and
Raincoats, $4,98 to $14.75. 1
Men's Mnokinaws, splendid aseort
Sheep-lined Coats, - 13.98 to $5.00
Oregon City Flannel Shirts
. . - - tl.49-tl.98f2.08
Stag Shirts - - . att3.4S
Military collar Wool Shirts, brown,
gray and tan, - .98, f 1.49 tl.98
Sweater Coi ts and Jerseys -
. .98 tl-49 tl.98 np to 5.00
Corduroy Pants. tl.98 to 2.9S
Cashmere Hose, blaok, gray and
natural ... . .25
Wool miied Sox - ,t
Heavy wool " . " ' - .35-. 89
Men's evening Slippers .69 to tl.A9
Tan re-i.foreed Boots, - t8 49
Blaok 5s Smoke " - t7.90
8-in. tn ona-buokle Shoe, t4.tH
12-" " Vioiool8hoe, t.98
tS " " " " 6.9
See our big assortment of Men's Dress Shoes; English
lasts, tan or black, 93.50, $3.98 $4.50. Black or tan, lace
or button, box or plain toe, from $2.49 to $4.98.
J. C. Penney Co. Inc.
Marion Haosell has returned from a
successful deei hunt in Coos county,
Mr. Bauble Coi of Milton, was a
Sunday gnest at tbe W. T, MoLeod
home in tbia oity.
Mr. end Mrs. William Pinkerton
have moved into their reoeotly ao
quired property on 4th street.
Miss Myrle King, of Pendleton, was
week-end guest of Miss Lnoille Tay
lor, at bei borne near town.
Mrs. E. A. Dudley ia spending the
Week with her mother, Mrs. Donald
McDonald, in Valla Walla.
Thos. M, 'laggart waa in town to
day from Spokane, representing the
Detroit Vapor Stove onmpauy.
Mrs. H. 'Molntyre, Mrs. B. Cannon
Mrs. 0. Oanaon and Mrs. Mansfield
spent Wednesday in Walla Walla.
Lea Hiteman is op from his home
in Oakland, Callforins, visiting his
mother and sister Mrs. Henry Dell.
: Charles Kirk and Will Miller this
week reoelved some ohina pheasants,
sent up fiom tbe Valley by Alex Kirk.
Ernest Bostwiok arrived last week
from New Mexioo, and is visiting at
tbe home of his aister, Mrs. Geo. B,
Mr. and M. Walter Qiao and
three children of Walla Walla, were
Sunday guests at the Worthington
borne in tbis oity.
Louis Hodgeo, the popular inde
pendent candidate Icr representative,
waa in town Saturday, in tbe interests
ot hia candidacy.
Mr. and Mra. Joseph N. Soott and
little dangbtera apent Sunday witb
Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Bntts at their
home near Milton.
Betrayed From Mrs, K, Timmer-
man'a tanob, 1 black R-yeat-oid geld
ing. Finder notify same aud receive
reward. Helix, Oreg.
It is reported that John Couob, a
former resident of Atbena, died recent
ly at Tekoa, Wash., leaving a widow
and four or five obildren.
Tbe Christian ohnrah parsonage is
undergoing extensive repairs and im
provements. A new taeement and
bath room will he put in.
Mr. aud Mrs. T. P. DeFreeoe are
contemplating an overland trip to Cal
ifornia, whiob they will make for the
benefit of Mrs. DeFreeoe' health,
Mrs. S. S. Piersoi left yesterday
morning for a visit witb her aon, Rus
sell, at Wasco. They will attend the
Moro Fair, whioh is in progress this
Mrs. MoKay, who is ill at the home
of ber daughter, Mrs. W. J. Ubulson,
ia slightly improved. She aooumpan
led Mra. Gholsoo borne from Walla
Walla last week.
Jake Boober has moved his tailor
shop aud oleaning parlora from Main
etreet to hia new quarters on Third
street, wbete be now baa a neat eaten
lisbmeut of hie own.
Mrs. Henry Koepke attended a re
ception at the Charles Betts home on
Walla Walla liver, given by Mrs.
Betta Saturday in honor of her guest,
Mrs; Wyokham ot New York.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Long arrived
borne Saturday from an extended auto
trip to Lewistoo, Idaho, and Spokane,
wbere tbey visited Mrs. Long's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuowlton.
Mrs. Dora Sbigley, who has been
visiting her son, Ora Sbigley aud fam
ily for several mouths, left Monday
for a abort visit in Portland, after
biob she will return to hr home
Mr. and Mrs. George Banister, Mr.
and Mrs. Hngb MoArtbur and Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Caton were guests at a
family dinuer party given ty Mrs.
Jobn Banister at ber home in Weston
Get your money's worth I A nickel
saved is i nickel made, three tea
oeat loaves ot Bread for 25o. Bread,
equal tu any in quality and weight,
baked and sold tresb every day at tbe
Mr, and Mrs. B. A. Thompson bad
as Sunday guests, Mr. aud Mr. Steve
Uerriok and Mrs. Franklin of Walla
Walla, and Mr. and Mrs. Stahloup of
Pomeroy. Tbe Derrtoka are relatives
of Mrs. Thompson.
Tbe post office is in Its new quarters
aid is one of the finest offices in tbe
ooooty. Postmaster Henry is oongrat
nlated by everybody upon tbe iioprov
ed facilities wbiob be baa given tbe
patrons of tbe offic,
Sylvester Ora bill has keen very ill
this week witb pneumonia, and com
pelled to miss sohool. Mrs. Crabill.
bis mother, oame np from near Pen
dleton and has teen at hie bedside.
He is better at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Borke end two
obildren motored over from Walla
Walla yesterday, and Mra. Burke will
remain for a fortnight's visit. Tbey
were aooompanied by Mrs. Buroker,
who baa been visiting them tor sev
Mrs. I. W. Ware, in compmy witb
her brother, Geo. Demroer, left yea
lerdiy for a fortnight's visit witb
their sister, Mrs. J. I. Williams, at
Maiden, Waab. Mr. Demurer will ra
tnru in a few days and will tben leave
for hia home at Medtotd.
Pendleton paper annonnoe tbe
wedding of Mias Muriel Baling, queen
of many festivals, tu Mr. Frsok K
I Crooan. of lone. Morrow ooontv. Tbe
bride ie tbe daughter of County Clerk
aod Mra. Frank Sating, aud tbe groom
is a young bank clerk of lone.
Tbe Athena High sohool stndeots
are planning to give a play in tbe
auditorium on Daoamber 7, and tbe
oast will be seleoted and rehearsals
will begin in toe near future. Tb
title of tbe play is "Oak Farm," aud
it promises to be of nnnanal merit.
Mrs. J. O.. Russell wiil direot tbe re
The Bret basket ball games of tbe
aoason wiil be held Ootober 27 io tbe
High school gymnasium between tbe
Brat and second teams of both the
girla and boys organisations. Basket
ball eotbnsiesta will find pleasure in
attending tbe games, aud will get
line on Ibis year's teams. Fnrtber
anooauoements will be made later,
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. I
and Mrs.- I. W. Ware, a pleasant
dinner patty was enjoyed, the ocoasicn
being in honor of Mr, Ware's birth
day. Dainty plaoa cards disclosed
tbe names ot tbe follnwlog guests:
(dr. and Mra. M. L. Watts, Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Boyd, Mies Vernita Watts.
Miss Lillie Ware, Mr. George Dem
roer, and the host and bosteis.
The Star Club was most pleasantly
eutertalued Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. P, Littlejohn on
Fifth street. Fourteen ladies were
present, and the hostess was assisted
in serving a two oourse lunoheon by
Mrs. M. L. -Watts, Misses Vernita
Watts and Areta Littlejohn. This
teing tbe Bret meeting of tbe fall
months, plana for fntnrc aotivitiea
were disonssed, the afternoon being
taken np with conversation and fanoy
Methodist servioes Sunday, Ootober
1SI Sunday sohool )0 a, m., W, 0,
Emmel, Supt, Speoial Home Coming
servioes 11 a. m, and 8:30 p. m. Tbe
morning sermon will be uncommon
and ont-of-tbe-ordiuary, upon theoom-
mon and ordinary subject, "Home."
Dinner will be served in tbe basement
of the obuioh, Briog your plonio bas
ket Good- fellowship meeting at 8 ISO
p. m, Special mnsin will be furnished
ty orobestra, soloists and oborna ohoir.
You are cordially invited to any or all'
ot these aeivioea. Walter S. Gieiser,
Tbe sacred oonoert at the Baptist
ounroh last Sunday evening was large,
ly attended and thoroughly enjoyed by
all, Tbe numbers rendered by Miss
MoColly, Miea Graham and Miss
Oompton, all from Colombia College,
Milton, were exceptionally flue. Miss
Fay Price ot Milton and ber brother,
Leigh, gave two selections oq the gui
tar, whioh were well leoeivea, ine
young lady also gave two seleotions on
tbe piano. Servioes next Suuday as
follows: Sunday Sohool at 10 a. m.,
preaohing at 1' ; B. V. P. U. at 8:t'0
p m. At 7:30 the Methodists will
unite with us in a anion servioo and
Dr. B. P. Hntton of Portland will
preaob. A weloome to all. M. G,
Io a letter reoelved yesterday from
rs. M. M. Johns, it ia learned that
tbe family are now in Ulaieniont,
California, where Flint is atteuding
college. The boys, Flint and Melville,
drove down by automobile from their
borne in Vanoouver, Wash., in four
aud a-halt days, preoediog tbeir par
ents, who followed by train. Mr,
Johns is in a very eerioos oindition,
being bedtast the greater part of tbe
time, but it ia hoped tbe obange will
prove beneflcial to him.
B. P. Hntton, Snperintendent of the
Oregon Anti-Saloon Leagne, will speak
at tbe Christian ohurob Sunday, 11a.
m. Mr. Hntton baa tboughte nu orig
inal lines about temperanoe aud pro
blbitlon. wbiob be expresses In an or
iginal way. Come and bear bim. Tbe
pastor will speak, at 7:30, aobjeot:
"Tbe Kind ot Man God Oan Use.
Bible sobool 9:50, a. m., Geo. B. Ger
king direotor; Obiistian Erfdavor 6:30
Speoial musio morning and evening
Dr. W. B. Soott, direotor. D. Errett,
Tbe 4th Annual Dairy and Hog
Sbow will be held in connection jvitb
the West Umatilla County Sobool Fair
at Hermiaton, Oot. 30-31, 1916, 1750
in oasb premiums will be given. Tbe
program includes: A student judging
oouteat open to all high 'so boo Is in tbe
ooontv; competitive sohool parade,
for whioh make entries witb County
Supt. I. E. Youtg or Sopt. U. M.
Uuou of HermiBtou, Corn, apples,
melon j, oasb prize awards. Oomuo-
ent, experienced judges. Premiums
tfered ou all classes of dairy cuttle
aod bogs. Milking Contest, t65.00 in
oasb premiums. Bednosd rates ou
W. points, oue and a-tbird fare.
For entry cards, or 'farther informa
tion, write B. M. Straw, Seoretary,
Hermiaton Dairy & Hog Assooiation,
Hermiston, Ore. '
Accomplishing "the impossible
The following is tbe monthly report
of the Atbeua Poblio Soouols, mouth
audio? Oot. B. 1916, in oomparison
with tha (list mouth of last year:
It is years back since smokers have heard of any
NEW quality in a cigarette.
But here at last, is a cigarette that has accomp
lished "the impossible", namely:
A cigarette that satisfies, and yet is MILD
For the first time in the history of cigarettes,
you are offered this new kind of enjoyment!
No cigarette, at any price, can give you this new
enjoyment except Chesterfields!
'Because no cigarette maker can copy the
Try Chesterfields Wqy
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J I....VV 11 tii !?. . l:.! 151 I,i fs .
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The Ch.aterfi.ld Blend
contain, the mwt funou. Turkish tobMMS
-SAMSOUN lor rlduMMi CA VALLA for
rom.1 SMYRNA for motnoMt XANTHI
frrpo, combined witB the hot
20 for 10c
on J yet they n MILD
No. pupils registered 180 1UB
" " at eud of month 17-1 188
" daye taogbt HO 30
" " attendanoe 8134.5 8687.6
" " abseuoe 44. ' Ii7.5
" times tardy 8. 17.0
pupils neither ab. or tardy 113 163
Percent of attendance 98,7 98, S
Visits by parents 11.
The records show that eixteen more
pupils registered ar tbe opening ot
aobool this fall tban last, or an in
crease of nearly 9 per oent.
J. O. Bossell, Soperintendent.
Roll of Honor.
First tirade. Atbeua Russell. Kath
leen Kadtkn, Leonore fteeder, Dot is
Hobubert, Areta Kirk, Dorothy tieis
sel, Beatrioe Diokeosoo, Bessie Hrioe,
Florenoe Ross. Dorothy bear. Wauda
Holt, Esther Helms, Lspha Cos, Giver
Miller, Raymond Borke, Ueurge l'am-
brun, Weldon Bell.
Heooud tirade. Joe Engeman, Roy
DeFreeoe, Melriu Coppook, Clifford
Wood, Freddie Uadtke, Keodalt Li
Braobe Marjorie Boober, Lois Jobo-
oo, Arleta Wlllaby, fcdua Uerneeoe,
Xbird Wrade. (Jala Anderson, Vera
Bentley. Robert Carslens, Mnriel Car
den, William Coppook, Clara Enge
mao, Leonard (Jeiisel, Ellen Ueury,
Alice Huffman, Ray Hottman, Vera
Miller, Wilford Miller, Max Newsom,
Dean fiukerton, Arthur laylor, Mary
tciubruond, Chester Cox.
Fourth Urade, Stanley Bash, Frank
Carsteos, Wilbur Harden, Artbnr Hult
Blanche Johnson, Marvel MaAlexan
der, Harold MoLxnnau, Fay Fambmu,
Eppa Pierson, Eimo Bossell, Veltou
Read, Irol Schubert, Dalbretb Taylor,
Fittb tirade. Brooks Andersoo,
Vernoo Miller, Tom Kirk, . Loraiu
Sfaiok, Beoiab Banister, Dorothy Koep
ke, Uertrude Martin, Bessie Martin,
Elsa Riugel, Myrtle Downing, Mildred
Mathers, Areta Payue. Ivau Cox.
Sixto tirade. Eddie Evans, Leslie
Marvin. Lowell Riobmood, Lee Ban
ister, John Piokerton, Conrad. Miller
Delbert Read, Veiva tiross, Sadie
Pambroo, Eva Caratens, Edra Cir
lano, Lnoinda Dell, Audra Winsblp,
Velma MoAlexander, Mildred Stanton,
Ruth Jaokson, lone Carden, Raymond
Seventb Grade. Lela Sohnbert. Ja-
nettu Miller, Nina Tbarp, Dollia Ban
ister, John Starr, Helen Downing,
Dorwan Phillips, Carmen Saunders,
Willard Parker. Llovd Mathers.
Eighth Grade Betbene Read, Tbel-
ma MoKweo, Mildred Wlnsnip, Eliza
beth Malbers, Maebelle Dnuoan, Edna
Pinkerton, Frank Miller, George Lieu
alien, Willie Russell.
High Sobool Roll of Honor:
Freshmen. Enid Cartano, Ida Cra
bill, Carrie DeFreeoe, Maitba Hutt,
Areta Littlejohn, Hazel MoFarland,
Velva Mansfield, Bells Pambrun, Vel
ma Sohnbert, Vernita Watts, Fay Zer
ba, Glenn Mo Alexander, George Ad
ams. Ralph Riobmood, Ray Riob
mond, Jobn Saunders, Kenneth Bent
ley, Ellis Hopper, Lawrenoe Baker,
Clando Baker, Harry Martin.
Sopho nores. Evelyn Hurd, Hazel
Sanders, Lola Key, Lucille Taylor,
Dollv Wbite, Frances Williams, Er
nest Dunoau, James Martin,
Juniors. Katbren Froome, Zola
Keen, Florence MoLennao, Marguerite
MoLenuan, Angia Pambrun, Ellen
Pambrun, Hnnrv Knepka, Lawrenoe
Boober, Verue Dudley.
Seniors. Edna MoA Inlander, Fran
ces Febr, Mamie Sbeaad, Elmer Martin.
An active interest is being shown
in debate, as several ot tbe members
of last year's teems are iu tbe debate
olsas, Athena bas been among tbe
Hret tbis year to entei tbe State De
bating league eud bas already received
some material in the state question,
which haa to do witb "Compulsory
Health Insuranoe." The exact phras
ing ot tbe queatico bas not been made
known. There aie six members iu the
class four of whom were oir last year's
teams. Tbey are: Hnry Koepke, Zola
Ke n, Florence McLennan and Edna
MoAlexander. Verne Dudley end El
mer Martin bava also entiriid the clasa
wbiob la open tn Juniors and Seniors
ooly. Athena High is looking furward
to some interesting debates tbis win
ter, aud good results aro expected,
This afternoon. In tbe High school
auditorium, there ia being beld tbe
first regular meeting of tbe Literary
society. A spejlal feature of the in
teresting program will be tbe reading
of the Literary paper, "The Spectator.'
Tbe pnblid bas been Invited. Program:
1. Song, - Literary nooiety
3. Piano sol i, Katbren Droome
8. Reading, Ernest Dnnonn
1. Reading, - Carrie DeFreeoe
Veru Dudley, Henry Koepke,
A. Society Paper. Edna MoAlexander
7. 10-miuuta epeeob, Mr. Allingbam
8. K minute speeob, James Martin
9. Piano solo - Aogts Pamtruu
10. Report ot Critio.
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In il pup-- wi'iilly it-nil before the
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forty parte of wrought Iron increase
tho strength only 33 per cent The
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There ii more Catarrh in this flection
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