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BAILV EAST OKEGOMAN, TENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1918, ' TVF.LVT:! PACES r ILL OVER THE COUNTRY- mrAi . u i u OVER THE NORTHWEST TH flATI 0 ItAL COFFEE- GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phoney 28. 823 Mais St gl!mH!MMHIHHriHIMMIIIUtntllMnillm)llllIMIIHimHHniMIIIIIM;MH?IIH?mS YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED to ask questions of our tellers and officers in regard to any of your financial or busi ness affairs that, puzzle you. . The benefits of our experience is equally at the service of patrons of small and large means. " TUsAflERIGAflNATIONALBAlIK Pendleton, Oregon "Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon" We advertise and offer War Savings Stamps for sale. ' HEALTH OF ARF.1Y - wm.mm Military Training. Will Send Hoys Back in Better, Con dition Than at Enlistment. CAMP LEWIS, Tacoma. May 11. Ninety-eight of every hundred sol dlers will return to their homes sound tu body after one year of warfare, Ma jor Calvin S. White, surgeon of the depot "brigade, said In an address last night at a meeting in building 31 of the officers' training camp center for Jewish activities. After two yearejji warfare ninety-six per cent of the men wll Jreturn, th major assured the soldier audience. . The major's address was on VSick- ness and War,' and he sought to re lieve any anxiety in the minds of the men- by telling of - the wonderful strides made In medicine during the war. He spoke of "the .eradication of yelow fever, f typhus -.and - bubonic plague worst -enemies, of the soldier in previous wars, " through modern methods of sanitation 'and Inocula tion. And of all the scientists who have- given to the world new discov eries he said, only one, " a -German physician, has profited through a royalty on his discovery. The major reminded his hearers that from the organisation of the red Cross society In 1860 until 1915 when the Germans first fired on Red Cross workers, the -physicians and nurses engaged in this work had been pected by all belligerents and their persons held Inviolate. The meeting was the weekly literary and educa tional gathering under the auRpicea of the Jewish board of welfare work. SALEM. Or., May 11. A situation somewhat analogous to the situation In Portland relative to the 6-cent fare haH come before the public ser vice commission In protests received from La Grande and Enterprise against telephone rate rises asked for .by the Home Independent Telephone company, of La Grande. La Grande contends that the fcom-r pany was given a franchise fixing certain rates and that the commis sion cannot legally r Increase those charges without Impairing the otfli- gallons of a contract- , Enterprise declares that certain lm. provemems were made there somo time ago anil In light o'f these Im provements a. rate rise was given, with tne understanding that no further In. crease would be sought by the com pany. ' ' Maude Adams to Play. TACOMA. May 10. Twenty yea ago when Maude Adams rose to fame and first place In that corner of Am erica's' heart reserved for its best be loved stage woman, she . made It a rule never to play on Sunday. So far as Is known she has never broken that rule. Sunday. Mother's Day, Maude Ad ams B.nd her company will give a ben efit performance of "A Kiss for Cin derella" In the Liberty theater at ftmp - Lewis- She has disturbed a lifelong principle for the sake of the young manhood of the west. Baby Weighs 18 Pound.. TACOMA,. Wash., May 11. -A boy baby, weighing 18 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Alexander, of Tacoma- Some of the measurements are as follows: Length, 24 Inches; bust, 19; neck, 13 1-2; around head and cheeks, 18 1-2; wrist, ; thigh, 14. The attending physician says this baby breaks the record for weirfht ex cepting one other, the only Infant recorded as being heavier - at -birth having weighed 21 pounds.... Albany Editctr Indorsed, HOOD RIVEiRy May 11. The Hood River county democratlo coneral committee today indorsed the candi dacy of Will H. Hornibrook, of Al bany, for democrtalc national com mitteeman from Oregon. Mr. Horni brook - was formerly United States minister to Slam, . SALEM, Ore., May 11. Proposal of the Consolidation commission to shear the secretary of state of some of his powers and repose them In a new department of government to be known as the department of finance Is unconstitutional and beyond the power of the legislature, according to a holding of Attorney-General Brown In an opinion to John H. Garkin Of Medford, one of the members of the commission. r-wiUiui.i.iuiia.iiMiiiiiuuituiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiuuiiiuaiiiiauiiiiiiiUkiiiA YOU NEED LIABILITY INSURANCE If you are employing help'on your farm or else where, because someone is always getting hurt and yqU have an endless amount of expense and worry. OUR NEW LIABILITY POLICY assumes all of this expense and worry and pays the judgments where obtained, for which the as sured is liable. Let us tell you about it for the cost is smalL , THE BENTLEY-GRAHAM INS. AGENCY J. M. Bentley, pres. , John E. Montgomery. Vice-Pros. H. N. -Graham. Secy.-Treaa. IS Mala 6C . . ' Phone 404 We advertise and offer War Savings Stamps for sale with every purchase. rv ?' ri nr.i f uauy trials vvim the Housewife ew' "Sport" Skirts You are not able to resist them. The Silks are produced in the most gor geous plaids and stripes. The Corduroys are in plain tones of rose and tan. The Wool ones are made in both plain colors and nifty stripings. THE PRICE - Silks ...... i V. ... . ...'.. $6.90, $7.90, $8.90, $9.90 , , t Corduroys .......... ...... ...'.... v. .... . $ 1.98 , . V Woolens. . , . . . . $3.98, $4.98, $5.90, $6.90, $7.90, $8.90 . BUY THRIFT STAMPS WE HAVE THEM. roc cas , DO BETTER AT WB( LEAD, AND OTHER FOLLOW &lIH!mtllHIIIIIIIIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllillllllllllIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS s I WAR SAVINGS STAMP . . $4.15 f I WITH one of the BEST RESIDENCES 1 IN PENDLETON .. $3004.15 1 Ch&s. E. Heard, Inc. f Phone 477 Orr TlfV T?T7,T7TTT7' TTTT7" S KHitniiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinp B- I 635 Main St S3. , A uplex Dope' IT DOES YOUR . ' WORK BETTER, FOR LESS. THAT'S - ALL. Pendleton Auto Co. Established 1907. SAvl.Vfs win-ivr. Barley. Barley was Introduced into Ameri ca by the early colonists. As barley Is neutral in flavor it an excellent substitute for wheat in the making of bread, biscuits, muf fins cake, etc 'All barley may be used for pie-crust. But on account of Its lack of gluten barley is .best combined with wheat flour 25 per cent or 30 per cent barley with white or whole-wheat flour brings excel lent results. If eggs are used In I recipe, more barley flour may be used In proportion to the wheat flour. While not rich In gluten it is a highly nutritious food and house keepers are daily learning its advan tages In many recipes. - Dea-il's Quick Coffee Cake. (With Earley Flour.) . " , . Three-fourths cup Parley flour, 1 1-4 cups white flour, 1-3 cup light syrup, 4 level teaspoons baking pow der, 1 egg, 3-4 cup milk 1-2 tea spoon sat. 1 1-2 round tablespoons eottolone; cinnamon. allspice and cloves to taste. Sift together flours, cinnamon and other spices, baking powder and salt- Add egg well beat en and mixed gradually with milk. Melt cottolene slowly and beat In the syrup. -, Add to first mixture. Bake In moderate oven. In shallow, well greased pan, about twenty-five minutes- Rice. Rice Is principally a farinaceous food and therefore requires to be com bined with a fatty and nitrogenous substance, such as milk, to satisfy the requirements of the system. Rice may be cooked In many ways. And you will find in families where a daily dish of rice is served much less bread is eaten. - Not only are there many delicious ways of preparing rice as an Inviting, individual dish, but the left-over rice may be used to delightful advantage as a part substitute for wheat In bak ing bread, -biscuits, muffins, etc. And now that the food administra tion is calling our particular attention to the advantages of rice as an articlo of diet, housekeepers' are looking for new receipts to try in ther kitchens. Here Is a new-old recipe which fits in with the times because it saves wheat and rfurnlshes a nourishing, pal atable bread: - - Rice Corn bread With Honey. Three-quarters cup cold cooked lice, 1 tablespoon honey, 1 rounded table-spoon Cottolene, 4 level tea spoons baking powder, 2 scant cups white commeal, 1-2 teaspoon salt, eggs, about 1 2-S cups milk. Sift together cornmeal, baking powder and salt- Beat eggs light and add them, with the milk, to the corn meal. Beat thoroughly. Then add rice, mixing in thoroughly. Melt Cot tolene slowly and combine with hon ey. Then add to first mixture. Beat again thoroughly. Bake In square, well greased pan for about one-half houi. . Buckwheat and Honey Buckwheat Is one of the sources from which the bee draws honey. Per haps that is why buckwheat caket and biscuits go so well with honey. Buckwheat baked Into crumpets Is a favorite dainty among Dutch chil dren and "buckwheat hot cakes" In this country have become a national dish. . Buckwheat can be grown with great ease and rapidity. ' Housekeepers are finding that the j aencate - flavor or buckwheat makes It a very acceptable Ingredient In the baking of cakes, biscuits, muffins, etc Combined with, vegetable oil, which supplies what buckwheat lacks In fat. It becomes one of the very acceptable partial wheat substitutes. Either mix the biscuits with watei only, or milk or half milk and halt water. Two-thirds cup buckwheat flour, 1 1-3 cups white flour, l rounded ta blespoon Cottolene, 1-2 teaspoon salt. 3-4 cup cold water, 4 level teaspoons baking powder. ' . Sift together the flours, baking powder and salt- Chop in or rub In Cottolene. Mix to soft dough with the cold water. Roll. Cut with small biscuit cutr. -Bake In hot oven about fifteen minutes. Serve these biscuits with honey. PENDLETON HAS TAKEN ONF THIRD OF QUOTA districts have appealed to W. c. Wood, stats high school commissioner, to have school time moved baek to cow time. Educatiohul authorities' ore consid. erlng the appeal, and Old Bessie, her back to the wall. Is chewing hor cud with deep determination. DG35T TRY TO CATCH 0 C Pendleton leads all Umatilla county towns In the percentage of thrift stamps taken up to this time, having taken 33.8 per cent of the city's quota for the year. Hermlston is aecono with. 32 per cent showing. As compiled y R. T. Bishop, coun ty chairman, the standing of the Umatilla county communities to May 1 Is as follows: OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE Do You Keep BUTTSp. HERE - mo. -Tee -nee II. W- -J v- , . . If IT'S A i ot-p S Tnr JrP- sect, any or- it -r? VBEf Sales to Per May 1st- ,v Cent Pendleton ...... 50, 731. 84 . 33.3 nermlston ...... . .8.343.43 32.0 Umatilla ....... 1.H39.8S 27-3 Milton 8. 615-99 ' 21.2 Freewater ...... 10,956. Kg ' 22.S Stanfleld 2.604. 99 ' 17.4 weston 4.643.7S ' 16.8 Pilot Rock .... 5,503.54 15.3 Echo 3.472.7T 13.4 Athena '. . 1.737.71 T-l t'maplne 1.041.45 6.V Helix 1,554-13 ' " 5.1 Adams 269.44 1.7 Holdman . 8.(9 , .1 The sales for the entire county for the first four months , ending April 30th, were $102,287-82 or 23.8 per cent of the county quota for the en. tire year,, 1440,000. We stand fourth place In the or. der of the counties of the state on a percentage of . stamps sold, but are still 10 per cent behind what we should be at this time. The average uauy sales are increasing in every district, and It la expected we will equal 60 per cent of our quota by the middle of the year. Some of fTTesmaller populated sea- tlons of the couflty. Duncan, Olsbon, Ourdane, Holdman, McKay, Mea Cham and Nolln, have just been or ganized and will contribute support where none has been received up to dale. , WITHOUT 'FISHING TACKLE THAT'S FIT FOR FISHING" Made by ' . ABRIE & IMBLER Sold exclusively in- Pendleton by WELCH BROS. - - ' Go see Jake, he's fished every stream in East ern Oregon and knows what to use. - Eat Ice Cream , EVERYDAY . - Get your pint or quart and take it with you when you go home.' . We Deliver Anything Above One Half Gallon Everything we sell is ftiade in Pendleton hot in Germany or Portland. Help to keep Pendleton and Umatilla county growing by patronizing home in dustry, t Everything Pure and Wholesome. V Pendleton Creamery 414 Main St . " Phone 444 COXCRF5W CANT CHANR t PACIFIC COAST COW TIME SACRAMENTO, al..May. 11. Old Bossle. the family cow, has declared the daylight saving law unconstitu tional. . Kxtremely conservative and highly temperamental, Bossle refuses to take Judicial notice of the fact that there is a war going on somewhere and withholds the. mil knupuly when Cali fornia milkmaids hustle out todo the chores an hour earlier than formerly. nnw man iicnooi gins in ine rural DAJLE ROTHWKITj Optometrist and Optlotaa . Eyes Scientifically j examined. Glasses ground to flt Anertoaa National Bank Building. Pandletoa, Automobiles and Gas En pines Repaired. STAR GARAGE Oorner 1.11 leth and Alia Street. Prices Reasonable, Phone 392-W GIVE t'B A TRIAL Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee Chronlc-and Nervous Diseases and Diseases of Women. X-Rajr Jileo- tro Therapeutics. Temple Ui&t-, Room IS, Phone 418 YOU would like to own a DM EL The Distinguished Car" , ' Because of its refinement and safeness as a reinvestment . Because of its EXCLUSIVENESS AND " INDIVIDUALITY FOR , EACH OWNER. Soft and smooth of operation. Upholstering and finish de luxe. Perfection in every inte gral part. Cheaper of up-keep in proportion to first cost - Can make immediate delivery. Oregon Motor Garage HVCOltPOHATED 117, Mi, 121,123 West Court St. Telephone 8 WE SELL WAR SAVINGS AXD THRIFT STAMPS L.