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THE HIGH SCHOOL . PLliy Local Advcrtiscmen
"" lha Mull sououl play, "Oak Farm,"
given in ttae school aaiiitoriaai last
night was an noqualiHed suouess. Tbe
young people played to a oapaoity
boose, and the app'eniation of the an
dienoe was manifested ty (nqneut and
heaity applause. Tbe play was direot-
. ed ty Mis. J. O. Bassell, assisted by
SupK Kossell, and to tbem is doe
ranch praise (or tbe soooess of tbe per
: Some unexpected bistrionio talent
was disclosed, and the story was most
pleasingly brought to a denouement
without a single inaident to mar its
coarse. Eeury Koephe as "Silas
Wealberbv." bad a difllooit pait to
portray, and Miss Fiances I'ebr aa
"Mrs, Weatbeiby," anted ber part
well. Hex Payne iu tbe uharaoler of
tbe eldest son, reoeived mnob praise,
while Sylvester Orabill as "Joel,"
showed himself a real oomedian, and
brought down the bonse with bis
splendid acting and otter "sang f roid."
Loyd MoPheirln as "Prune," the
tricky postmaster, was a typical old
villain, while Lawson Boolmr demon
strated that he wonld make a grand
anooeas as a traveling salesman. Mies
Mamie Sbeard, tbe leading lady,
showed talent in tbe oharacter of
"Helen," and Floienoe McLennan as
"Sally Smart," was a geuerol favorite.
Miss Edua MeAlexander in the role of
"Cynthia Warner," tbe mnob sought
after old maid lioirofB, depicted ber
part well and oansed many a laogbt
while ber snitors, Verne Dndley as tbe
"Professor," and Lawrenoe Tharp In
tbe character of tbe "Doctor," made a
team of ooruediaoa who wonld "tatia"
on any stage.
between aots, a reading was given
by Miss Zola Keen from "Madam
Butterfly," and a pantomime, "Amer
ica," by Miss Helen Bunnell. Miss
Velva Mansfield presided at tbe piuun.
As decided by live impartial judges
selected from the audience, the follow
ing reoeived prizes for tbe best sus
tained characters: First. Henry Koep
he; 2nd, Mies U'loieooo MoLennan s 3rd
Sylvester Orabill; 4th, Miss Mamie
Sbeard, and Sth, Miss Kdna MoAlox
ander. The others of tbe oast each
reoeived voles, and every one deserved
The receipts of tbe evening totaled
Tomorrow evening the High school
slay will be presented in the Helix
Opera bouse, .
' Xivertttnrk Oi-uJui, Urn l;rtn Lb
cngHRod in the livoutook bciniuesn . tie
is prepared to pay the highest market
prices at ail times for chickens, bogs,
cattle and sheep. If yon bave stock
to sell, be anre and see blni.
FUNERAL OF M. M. JOHNS
Mr, and Mrs, Joseph N. Scatt, who
left here alst week for California, sord
tbe Press tbe following;
Tbe fnueral of M, M, Johns, who
died at Pomona, Oal,, was held at tbo
Christian obnrob, Vancouver, Wash.,
Deo. 1, 1016, and eondnoted by Rev.
Sawyer, pastor of tbe Christian
oburob at Salem Oregon and formerly
k-jaJL. Vancouver. The gathering of
friends taxed tt. oapaoity ot the
ohoroh and the lloral otferioga wars
profuse. Among the most beautiful
was a large piece from NVeston Lodge
1. J. u. t. Kev. Sawyer spoke feel
ingly of bis Intimate acquaintance
and deep personal friendship for the
deceased to whose kindly and generous
nature lie paid a high tribute.
Among those attending the funeral
services were the following former
Athena people now living in Poitlund:
Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Burnett, Mrs. (J.
0. Oaburn, Mia. Cullender, Mrs. Wal
ter bly; Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Keller of
Vancouver, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
a. oooit oi Attiena.
Beginning December I, milk will be
old at $1.88 per-pint and fa. 60 per
quart. Charles MoFarland.
There Is more Catarrh m this section
of the country than ell other diseases
put together, and for years It was sup
posed to be Incurable. Doctors pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly falling to cure with local treatment
fironounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a
ocal disease, crreutly Influenced by con
stitutional conditions and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, la a consti
tutional remedy, Is taken internally
and acta thru the Blood on the Mucous
Surfaces of the System. One Hundred
Dollars reward Is offered for any case
that Hall's Catarrh Cure falls to cure,
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
HaU'e Family Fills for constipation. -
Foley's Honey and Tar
tor chlUren.sate.sure. No opiates.
23 Years Ago,
l?rom the Press of Dec 8 1893 J
CROUP & LASH
In Athena Monday Tuesday, Wednes
day, other days of week in Walla Walla,
2nd and Main, over Third National Bank
Dr. B. W. Croup . Dr. C. H. Lash
S. V. Sharp
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON
Special attention given to all
calls both night and day,
Callsnromntlv mmwered. nmiui ntiThlril
Street, Atbena Oregor
DR. G. S. NEWSjM.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office iu Post Building. Phone, 50)
Dr. J. C. Badddey
LaBrasche R nch
II. II, HILL
Expert Watch Repairing
No Job too Difficult. Satis
D. Scott Fisher
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Residence and Shop, Adams and 4th Sts.
The Camp Fire Girls.
The Atbenn Camp Fire Ulrls were
organized about a month ago, with
Ida Cracill, as president; Dolly Bnu
nister, vloe presidont, and Savnouah
bmlth, secretary. Tbe primary pur
pose of tbe organisation is to f umiak
wholesome sooiul events for tbe girls
ana ibelr rrleuds, as well as to lay tbe
foundation for vooatloual and domes
tlo training. Already two delightful
affairs have beeu held. At present the
gins era arranging to stage a oomedy
wnion promise! to be not only amna
ij, I rt alio entirely out of the ordi
nary in the entertainment liue. All
the niembora are eutbuslastio over tbe
brilliant suooesa of tbe new organization.
Make Appearances loupi.
A good appeuruure is always an en
tering wedge tvhoti a niuu seeks aa
Interview, but all the clonics in a
king's wardrobe won't sell a bill of
goods. It takes huinnn Intclllgonco to
tio that Vanity soineumv lends a
follow to bedeck his person like a Ova
Mtorled wciltllug cnlic, and soino men
do it, I aupposo, becnuso they believe
iu the foolish aphorism that "clothes
innko the ninn." It's tho other way.
Muu unites the clothes, ami Just lis ot
ten clothes unrnnko the num. Kino
feathers may make fine birds, Hue huts
or Duo dusters, but the best that tlue
Clothes ever did wus to ninko line look
lug ruca. No doctor ever prescribes
fur himself, and by tho snrue lokvu
you'll notice thut tho tucu who owu
the clot hca foundries don't wear their
own styles not publicly, at any rate.
-Maurlie Swltner In Leslie's.
Every uinn who is not a monster,
innllieii:atlclnn or mud philosopher Is
the slave of some woman nr other.
Vie iuv puzzling our brnln tn know
which one of these fellows we tire
Ohio t'liite Journal.
"Hr doted on Alice iiud would have
married her but for her mother."
"AUI Her inothor"-
"Xes; ber mother wns Mill more nt-tractive."
L. S. VINCENT
n II. HILL
Expert Watch Repairer En.
grayer and Jeweler
HUMAN BAKE OVEN INC;
and Other Chronic Ailments
I wbh laid np with Rheumatism from
Jan. till Jnue, 11)115, and tried every
tbiug imaglnuble to get relief in vain
uutil I tried (he HUMAN UAKK
OVEN. My pain wns all gone in two
weeks and baa uot returned. I can
heartily endorae the treatment.
Higoad Wni Mats.
Chief Walla Walls Fire Dent.
Entire top Hour DENNIS Y BLDU.,
Walla Walla, Via.. Hooms f.ir patients
LICENSED PUVSIOIAN. Phone S59.
Howard of ISO 'Ibis amount will
be paid for tbe arrest aud conviotion
of tbe petsou or persons wbo rang tbe
Atbena fire bell Tuesday nigbt, Deo!.
6th. , By order Fire Department.
Jesse Smetherman bas pnrobased
George Forstnt's interest in tbe livery
stable boeiness and is now sole pro
prietor. ' A mnoh needed oivio improvement
is that of tbe new orosewalk between
Holiis' store and tba oornei saloun.
Jobn Fraser was in town Monday
from Vansjcle, where the W. & 0. S.
bridge orew, of wbiob be is foreman,
is workiug. Jobu will spend the win
ter months at bis old borne in Ontario,
Joetioa Oilman performed tbe mar
riage ceremony wbiob united Frank
Molntyre and Mary Gnyette as hus
band and wife, Monday, lbs con
tracting pai ties come from tbe reser
vation near Adams, and the groom
bears tbe distinction of partaking of
tbe hospitality ot tbe oity "cooler" for
tbe two days preoeding bis marriage.
A Mr. Page of So nth Dakota arrived
in Atbena Sunday, He reports being
lo a snow blockade for 48 hour, eo
ronte, He is tbe guest of bis brother-in-law,
Levi Strauss & Co. Copper Riveted
Overalls and Spring Bottom Pants
are snld in Athena at tbe store of J,
Blooh & Co., only.
A. D. Gilleland,- wbo bas for some
time been in tbe amplny ot 0. H. Dodd
4 Co., in Athena, left yesterday fat
In a private letter reoeived from Pat
Maxwell, tbe old geutleman states
that be expects soon to return to Atb
ena, "as sonnd as a dollar." Be asked
to be remembered to tbe boys.
Tbe Peoples Party beld a meeting in
Atbena Saturday. Among tbe leaders
of tbe party in attendance, were J. B.
Perry and Wm. Parsons of Pendleton,
and Ueorge Carruiobael of Weston.
Married At tbe tesidenoe of tbe
bride's parents, Wednesday, Deo. fl,
1893, Miss Minnie Johnson to Mr.
Wade H. Boober. Dr. I. N. Richard
son was tbo offioiating clergyman.
Notice to Creditors.
In tba County Court of Umatilla
County, State ot Oregon.
In tbe Matter ot tbe Estate of
Mettle Phillips, deceased.
Notioe is hereby given tbat tbe un
dersigned has been appointed by the
atove entitled Court administrator of
the estate of Mattie Phillips, deoeased ;
and tbat all persons having claims
against tba said estate should present
them to my attorney, Homer 1. Watts,
at his office in Athena, Oregon, ver
ified as by law required, witbin 6
months from tbe date of tbe first pub
lication of this notioe, on Ont. 27,
11)18. S. 'I. Phillips,
Notice to Creditors.
In the County Court u - Umatilla
Counly, State ot Oregon.
In tbe Matter of tbe Estate of
Mary Jane Phillips, deoeased.
Notice Is herety given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by tbe
above entitled Court admiulstrator of
tbe estate of Maty Jane Phillips, de
oeased;and that all persons having
claims against the said estate should
present them to my attorney, Homer
I. Watts, at his office in Atbena, Ore
gon, verified as by law required, with
in 6 mouths from date of the first pnb
lioutiou of tbis notioe, on Oct. 27,
11)18. S. T. Phillips,
Notice to Creditors.
In the Connty Court ot Umatilla
Counly, State of Oregon.
In the Matter ot tbe Estate of
Alexander Kiunear, deoeased;
Notioe it hereby given tbat tbe an
detxigned bas been appoiuted by tbe
above entitled oourt, Exeontrfx of
tbe estate of Alexander Kiooear, de
ooased, and tbat all persons having
oluims against the said estate should
present tbem to my attorney, Homer
I. Watts, at his office lo Atbena, Ore
gon, verified as by law reqnired, wita
in 8 mouths from the date of tba first
puthoation of tbis notioe on Nop. 34
11)10. Margaret Kiunear,
Rovcngo Is sweet only In nntlclpa
Hen, never In aerninpllabnirnt.
8lchd Hie Frlind.
Magistrate Are you liitermted In
tills case? Witness Vvr the Prosecu
tion Yos, sli'i the prisoner cut my ao
qunlntanoo -llnflnlo Express.
Her View tf It,
Claud But yon certainly encouraged
mo to propose C'lnutlln-Well, I could
not very well turn yori down until
you did. omild n-Jmlse.
When yon hnvo written a wrnthftil
!( ter put H In the stove,- Lincoln.
To the c4thena Opera .House
Monday, December 11,
for One Week
Good Singing, Good rJWusic, Clever
Acrobatic Acts, Funny Comedians,
Motion Pictures and Farce Comedies
odmission first night is free to all over 21 years of age;
all under 21 years of age, 15c Doors open at 7:30, show
starts at 8:30. The oldest lady and the oldest gentleman
will receive presents the first night.
Satisfy! that's a new thing
for a cigarette to do
It's nothing for a cigarette to just taste good lots of
cigarettes may do that. But Chesterfields do more they
satisfy I Just like a thick, juicy steak satisfies when
Yet, with all that, Chesterfields are MILD I
No other cigarette can give you this new enjoyment ,
(satisfy, yet mild), for the good reason that no cigarette
maker can copy the Chesterfield blend an entirely new
combination of tobaccos and the most important develop
ment in cigarette blending in, 20 years.
, .' Give me a package of those cigarettes that SA TISFY"l
a lj jjh 1
llJM tfJjliBlSmm inr-a.r'&B.in- - W , -,. mm in ""
NO COMMISSION . . . JO BONUS NO DELAY
NO RED TAPE LOW INTEREST RATES
LIBERAL REPAYMENT PRIVILEGES
Hartman Abstract Company"
Corner Main and Court Streets, Pendleton, Oregon
PARKER BARBER SHOP
A.J. Parker, Proprietor
Shaving, Haircutting, Massaging, Shampooing.
" Bath Rooms InConnection,
St. Nichols Hotel Block - Athena, Oreg.
First, Last and all the time; and here's the reason why.
Our business policy is to help yon to J3CY WHAT 00 WAST.
If jou are satisfied, you'll eome back, and via will be saved just n much
expense in tr linn to SELL.
This saving we put Into better SERVICE, which belps to better
satisfy von ncit time. It's er simple its right it's good toEioess.
Wa lose no time "explaining or apologizing or trying to smooth tfaiogs"
wa don't bava to.
WE ARB IN BUSINESS TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS -IN THE
BUILDINU MATERIALS LINE.
lo do that properly requires a fuod of expert Information that
raises this bnsinesa to the dignity oi a profession, We are proud of
onr business, and we'll take great pleasure in helping 500 to solve any
and all toilding problems.
And this does not obligate yon io any way. We'll be glad to do it.
" "dee Johnson About It."
"'See Johnson About It."
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER COMPANY
Has Mew Life
If a good Cigar is becoming to you
then you will sure be coming to us
Billiards and Pool
Fine Cigars, Cigaretts, Tobacco; Confections of best
quality. Cleanliness a specialty. Courteous attention.
BUSH C& COLEMAN, The New Proprietors
A good oil heater chases the
chill from cold corners. A gallon
of PEARL OIL gives nine hours
of cheery, odorless, intense heat.
In blue or white enamel or
plain black harmonizing
with the finest surroundings.
Prices: $3.75 to $7.75
For best results use fTf v J V J,L ".! I iv
TIRST NATIONAL BANK
- - -. -
Foss-Winship Hardware Company
Capital and Surplus
THE ATHEHA MEAT MARKET
We carry the best
That Money Buys
Our Market is
Clean and Cool
Insuring Wholesome Meats.
READ & MEYER
-Main Street, Athena. Oregon