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PAIL? EAST OSEGONIANt PEITOlfcf 6rt? CttlOOH.7: 'kxitikit'lN
Smith old us. Condition)) are good
deal arf.in former yearn, according to
his statement. Some have paid their
debts, anitaome have not Crops have
been (food, jirjced fairly remunerative
and conditions for huresting have
tonald ltos of Pilot Rock was a
Jjualness visitor' here yesterday. ,
,'T Lawrpncci "Warner Is preparlng-to go
to Corvullls where he will enter O. A.
C. As a freshman, .
Anton J, Vcy, one of Umatlllu coun
ty's prominent sheep growers, accom
panied by Mrs. Vey Is at the Oregon
for a few days, having coma from.
Pendleton , : on Thursday. Oregon
Journal. ', , '
A big prop of apples wasfbund by
E. C. Uoyd and Ker.x J,r Marlnel,
Spokane men, who nr6ln Pendleton
after a return from a -Business trip to
Ontario, latino. They are here looking J
after sorrie land lnteretrts. Le Marinel
Is an old friend of aoorge W. Coutts
and family. J
Bart Spollman, recently chosen as
sistant coach for the University of
Oregon football team, Is In the city
today, lie l, a candy salesman and
this Is his last trip- before taking up
tils duties at U. of O.
J, P. Walker, clerk of the Woodmen
of the Weld lodge, will leave tonight
for a two weeks visit In Portland and
nearby towns. Mr. Walker has been
In poor ,ealth for some time and
hopes that the trip will benefit him.
' lt)UTIiANI) WHEAT l'ltlCKS.
PORTLAND, Kept. 10. A. p.)
Wheat Is $1.10 to $1,15.
(news of the county j
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
;-t Marriage Licowo
A llcenso to wed has been Issued at
the oftice of the county cieik lo How- ty jn tne bi(f Memorial Hall. 1uilt at
ara uoe, laDorer, ana uran wnson, ,,. nf tmnn in iii and dedirated to
been excellent, A majority of farmers
have cither sold their wheat or are
planning to sell soon.
The Weston Commercial Club has a
membership of 78 tnembers, but all of
them are not actlve,Mr. Smith declar
ed. The organization as a whole Is not
functioning, he said, , but the best im
prests of the town are looked after I
the nucleus of the club. Frank Price
!s Weston's representative In the coun
Take ITitlc In Memo ill Hull.
Weston has an advantage that la
not found In many towns la the coun-
Evcning services Christian En
deavor at 6:30. Preaching at 7:30,
subject, "A Nine O'clock Sermon
Which Won a Multitude." Everybody
Invited, W. A. Gressman, minister.
Corner East Alta and College Sts
Rev, O. L. Clark, pastor.
10:00 a. m., Sabbath School, A. C.
11:00 a. m., sermon.
6:45 p. m young folks hour.
7:80 p. m., sermon. A welcome to
both of Milton.
'Sgfa WUIt fcrlJfAflTS&lifAUDS
Forlnfnt,In(illd tndOrow)nsChlldrn I
The Original food-Drink For All Ages
aiul Substitutes. -
Rich Mlt, MsltKl Orsln Eirturt In Powder
tit Cooking Nourishing Digestible
Isks Judgment On Loan
A loan of $100 claimed to have
been given two years ago Is the basis
of a suit that has been brousht by
John Rul.vtna against John Erickson
who seeks Judgment for that amount..
The plaintiff is represented by Peter
son, Blshup and Clark.
YOUR BIGGEST WISH ANSWERED
-,!' Your Wish for
: Heat Efficiency,
Coal Cleanliness and Little Ash,
A Well Wanned Home This Winter
No County l'ulr.
A report made by the fair board to
the county court yesterday Is that a
dl-cbilon has been reached by the board
to hold no county fair, this year. This
action on the part of the board puts
the responsibility of spending the fair
funds up to the county court, and
Judge Schannep mid this afternoon
that the funds probably will be dis
tributed to various fairs.
Stole Ifonc-y is Charge
On a charge of stealing a can of
her pioneers, soldiers and sailors. The
building is used as a community cen
ter, and expenses are paid by the pic
ture show which operates one night a
week in the summer, and twice a ,week
In winter. H. A. Karnes, one of the
six directors in whom management of
the hall Is vested, has charge of .the
show end of the hall. A machine that
cost ?6ni Is a part of the equlpmeut.
Proceeds from the shows pay the ex
penses of maintenance of the hall. '
' There is a small tourist park, and it
is probable that It will -be enlarged
before next season to take care of tho
increasing number of auto visitors.
Much Wheat Shipped.
The annual volume of wheat han
dled out of Weston every year, will av
erage about 350,000 bushels, according
to tho figures supplied by Frank Price
of the Weston Warehouse Co. Other
places of business Include a brick
yard owned by P. T. Harbour and C.
honey. Albert Watson and CharTe; V'T m Ueit J'
Hasting .were arraigned In the court I fm"1"m; f? -y,e,ca"1Ie Co- Jj
A Bird of a Coal
Nothing retards the mental
growth of a boy or girl more than .
weak and defective eye-sight.
It is your duty as parents to
see that the children's eyes are
carefully examined by a compe
tent and reliable specialist, and
if there is any defect have
glasses made immediately so the
child can get the full advantage
of this necessary art.
Dr.L. C. Richey
American National Bank Building
of Justice Joe H. I'arkes this morning.
They entered pleas of not guilty and
their trials were set for this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The complainant charg
es that when he left a bucket of honey
on a doorstep to call on another custo
mer the honey was taken. Later a
search mado by a deputy sheriff dis
closed the place where the slolen
sweets has been hidden.
GENERAL PERSHING TO
WASHINGTON. Sept. 10. (L. P.)
President Harding is sending Oener-
al Pershing to France as the bearer
of the congressional medal of honor
authorized by congress for the French
unknown soldier dead. Secretary of
War Weeks has announced.
BKAlTlfVIj FILM STAIt
(Continued from pas 1.)
a scuffle in the room. They pounded
on the door. Arbuckle finally admit
ted them, they said, and they saw JUss
Itappee on the bed, practically nude
and partially conscious. They said
her clothing was torn, even to . her
stockings. She was placed in a cold
bath, but this did not revive her. She
was taken to another room, put in bed
and a physician called. She later was
taken to a sanitarium where she
died. Arbuckle in a telephone con
versation with the police last night.
denied these statements, saying he
was not alone with Miss Rappee at
any time, and that his conduct was
not objectionable. Arbuckle started
by auto early today from LoS Ange
les to explain. The autopsy revealed
Miss Rappe died from congested
lungs superinduced by peritonitis. Her
stomach Is to be analyzed.
"Fntty" Held to Custody. V
SA NFRANCISCO. Sept. 10. (A.
P.) Fatty Arbuckle is to be "held In
custody" but will not bo arrested pend
ing the outcome of the investigation
into the death of Miss Rappe, the po
H. Williams; H. A. Brandt's general
store, and two garages.
Jones and Jones have a hardware
and Implement store which carries, a
big stock. In addition to these lines,
they also do plumbing and tin work,
sell fuel and have a , small lumber
Weston 's !n the heart of a farming
community, and that means that there
are a host of farmers who caim this
as a trading center. Some of tho men
who operate on a large scale are John
Banister, George W. Staggs, S. J. Cui
ley and Joe Key. . - '
On Weston Mountain, besides the
culture of potatoes, for which the sec
tion is becoming noted all over the
west, cattlo breeding Is also an im
portant industry. Growers cooperate '
Ir. running their stock on the range J
under the charge of one ranger. An i
organization known' as the Weston j
Stock Growers' association takes care j
of the interests of tho individual ;
breeders. J. P. Ueuallen is president '
of the association. . j
Mailt Mountain Roads :
When the subject of roads is men, i
tloned in Weston, a lot of Interest will
be manifested immediately. This com
munity la particularly Interested In
securing good market roads on Reed
and Hawley Mountain and also over
Weston Mountain. The former road
has definitely been included on thej
program of building for 1922. Grad
ing has already been done over some!
of the road,- and it will be graveled i
The Weston Mountain road is con
sidered of even greater importance by
Weston than the Reed and Hawley
road, because It taps a larger terri
tory, and it will connect with the old
Toll-Gate road back to Elgin, Enter
prise, Wallowa and otner ijnion
county points. A determined effort
to secure this much-needed road will
be made by Weston.
.. Chr.'Ktlun Science.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
holds services at S13 1-2 Main street
(First stairway north of the- Inland
Empire Bank). Sunday services are
at 11 a. m. and g p. m. The subject
of the lesson-sermon for Sunday, Sep
tember 11th is "Substance." Sunday
school begins at 9:45 a. m.
A Wednesday evening meet.'ng
which includes testimonials of healinj
Is held at 8 o'clock. The Reading
Room, which is maintained at the
same address, is open daily from 9 a.
m to 9 p. m., where the Bible and au
thorized Christian Science literature
may be read, borrowed, or purchased.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend the church services and to visit
the reading room.
Ilrst Methodist KPlscopal.
East Webb and Johnson streets.
John H. Secor, minister. Morning
service: Sunday school, 10 a. m.,
morning sermon, 11 a. m. tsu eject.
'The Divine Illumination." Mrs.
Caldwell will sing "Open the Gates of
Evening services d?pworth League,
6:30 p. m. Robert Thomas, leader.
evening sermon, 7:30 p. m. Subject,
The Everlasting Signs." Mrs. Wood-
yard will sing "I Heard The Voice of
The Salvation Army.
Adj. and Mrs. C. A. Petereon, offi
cers in charge. Residence 309 fco
Main. Phono 1052. Sunday, street
service, 10:30 a. m.; Inside service, 11
a. m.; Sunday scnooi, p. m.,
street service, 7:30 p. m.; ins.de ser
vice g p. m.; week night meetings.,
Tuesday. Thursday,' Saturday on street,
7:30 p. m.; inside, 8 p. m.
Anyone having any old clothing call
the Salvation Army, phone 10D2, and
leave your address so they can call if
you have no way of sending it.
(Continued from pag 1.)
liiislnoss Is Good.
The Farmers'. Bank of Weston has
resources of $275,930.81, according to
tha statement issued at the. end of
business June 30. Its capital stock Is
$30,000 with a surplus of '$15,000 and
net undivided profits of more than
$11,000. The officers are J. H. Price,
president; G. W. Staggs, vice presi
dent; E. M. Smith, cashier; and C. L.
Inkerton, assistant cashier.
Farmers In this vicinity will liqui
date their debts in a fair degreo, oir.
Pay Cash Receive More Fay Lest
I Desnain Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court ; "uu:
EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK
A hundred bargains here try to get your eye.
Bargains art rare these days, so do not pass
theru up. In fact our store is just one bargain
after another. Cash buying and cash selling
make these bargains possible. '
! Desoain&Lee Cash Grocery
H 209 E. Court - . Fhone880
Pay Cash Cash ray? t
Illl I tf f U '"f'tff ft ftf tf f ft
Announcements ror thlg depart
ment must bb submitted to tha
Eas, Orceonlan not later than
Friday evening In order to be as
sured of publication on Saturday.
' St. Mary's Church
Sunday. September 11. First Mass
at 8:00, second Mass at 10:30; rosary
end benediction at 7:30 p. m.
First Christian Church
Special features at opening of Bible
school at 9:45 sharp. Sermon at
11:00. "More Like the Master in Do
inir the Father's Will -
We'll give you a most happy
surprise by returning your Old
Shoes looking practically new.
We have the modern machin
ery and the expert Shoe repair
ers to do the work for you. You
can save, too, by having your
old Shoes sent here, for our
prices are moderate.
118 W. Court.
Silver for Gifts
Nothing perhaps can express in the
same intimate way your good wishes which
accompanies your gift aa a piece of silver.
A thing of REAL beauty. Nothing else has
the REAL lasting quality of REAL silver. ',
The choice of pieces are so varied
from the inexpensive teaspoon to the elabo
rate tea service that one can chose a correct
gift at any price they wish to pay. , ,
7i Inc. v
'e l.ann-Kf liaioinl ln-lr in EaMtru Ursi.
It is a pleasure to order your Table Supplies,
including your Meats and Groceries, and to have
confidence in the men you are dealing with.
Knowing that every precaution will be taken to
see that the selection is just as good as if you
were in the store to choose it yourself and that
if anything goes wrong it will be corrected with
a cheerful spirit. The TABLE SUPPLY has
built its business on such confidence, and you
will be pleased to trade here.
THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Union Hall Payant's Orchestra
Some Dance All Welcome
UNDER AUSPICES AMERICAN LEGION
New Coats. HavelDecided Flare
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No longer la th bis enveloping wrap with its huge klmona sleeves
and eapc-tl'KO proportions good form. Tlie new coats, as shown by these
ic latest ctuc'ions froirt U. J. V.'.lo Co., have the deckled flare. And
tho sleeves an sot In. Sorrento blue Cordova with chenllls embroidery,
wolr ctif.'a snc' wolf collar Kive tlio ctMt oo Uio left orlelnallty in color
s well as 1mm - - '
CLEAN UP WEEK
fk to me
GET READY FOR THE ROUND-UP
BUNDLE UP ALL YOUR:
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