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PAtLY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGOtt, TUESDAY, AttGtlSf t1, 1918, EIGHT PAGE9 Wedding Breakfast and Trycorno Syrup FINE FOR CANNING AND PRESERV ING. Use Corn Products and Save Sugar. WrtlilUig lirrakrast hi A lb. -atis, enc-ll "x' Trynomn Nyrtip. ft Mintd can . . . ; 75c Tr.vcorno Nyriili. 10 imiiiikI can tl.1. Our slock of Syrup Is complete and quttlitj tlte ery best. WK KKIJi TKA .RIK SVIMT In 1-2 gallon, one Ballon cans n'l 2, 3, 4 and 5 gallon jacket. Monoifflo Syrup In ulass jug, quarts 1-U gullon ami gallons. Itreakfa.st Itcll In quarts. 1-2 gallon and callous. lx Calrin In three friars. Ctompiotc line or Molasses and Sorghum. liitl.NU VS YOl'K EW.S, WE PAY J5e IX THADK. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" J. EAST OREGON I A N SPECIA L NEWS OF UMATILLA CO. D. Casey is Building New Planer at Meacham Two Phones 28 823 Main St Kant Oregonlan Special.) MEACHAM. Aug. 27. J. t. Casey tvnt to Portland Thursday to pur- I chase machinery for rebuilding hia planer here. I J. Oockweiler returned from la tirnnde on Thursduy after spending several duys there. Mrs. J. A. W'atters went to Kumo- la Friday to spend the day with rela lives. J. Dockweiler was called to La Grande Saturday on account of his son's wife. Mrs. Jerry Dockwellers be- I ing operate on for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. It. Fagan and daugh ter Lorene, spent Sunday in Pendle ton and were accompanied hom by mr. and Mrs. A. B. Boyce and ichil dren, who came up to visit them. Meachamites Think They See Balloons (En-st Oregonlan Special.) MEACHAM, tire., Aug. 21. What is believed to have been srtme obser vation balloons were seen over Mea cham last Friday night. Several peo ple saw the sight, which consisted of brilliant, changeable flashes, some what similar to a star. There were four or five of the strange moving lights and several who saw the mar I've! declare the flashes seemed to be front observation balloons -high tn midair. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL is really a departmental bank for be sides accepting deposits for your daily business transactions, it issues time cer tificates of deposit, domestic and for eign drafts and travelers checks, for ward funds by telegraph, clears all your local and outstanding checks, drafts and money orders, has a com plete savings department, rents safety boxes, has a trust and loan department and recently started an agricultural de partment. IE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Pendleton, Oregon "Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon." FAMILY OF 3 LOST OF WHITE SALMON, WN. C. D. Higdon, Wife and Dau ghter, Missing in Moun tains; Feared Some Tra gedy Has Occurred. ' WHITE SALMON, Wash., Aug. 27. Charles T. Higdon, proprietor of the White Salmon Garage, with his wife and daughter, Edith, 13 years old, are lost in the huckleberry wilds ot Peterson Prairie, northwest of Guler, Trout Lake. They left White Salmon Sunday morning, accompanied by Mr. Hlng don's brother, Joe, and his wife, who are visiting from Vancouver, and in tended to return the same day. . The two families became separated and no trace of C. T. Hlngdon and family could be found by his brother. The DR. R, B. ROBBINS Dentistry Judd Bldg. Court and Main Sts. giinuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiip i The Best Buy in Town I Fine house, excellent location, beautiful lots, fin- ished complete. A bargain. Terms. E Chas. E. Heard, Inc. g 721 Main Street Phone 477. Buy War Savings Stamps Funimiiiiiimniiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii itiinninnnnnitnniiitnniimflimc, DALE EOTHWEHj Optometrist and Opttctea Eyes Scientifically examined. Glasses ground to fit National Bmnk B mil ding. Pandlaton. American I Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee Chronic and Nervous Disease and Diseases of Women. X-Ray Klao- tro Therapeutics. Temple Illdg., Room 12, Phone ! forest rangers were notified and fires were built to attract their attention, but without avail. Monday morning early Mr. Hingdon was seen by one of the posses and an effort was made to approach him, but he had evidently lost his mind from some great strain and run from them like a deer, evading all attempts to be taken or spoke nto. He finally isappeared from sight. ltunt Will Ho Kept l'. Several posses from White Salmon responded Immediately as si, on as word came out. They were joined by posses from Trout Luke in charge of the forest rangers. No let-up in the hunt will be permitted until they are found. It seems a mystery, as even though lost, sufficient time has not elapsed for him to have lost his mind from any such cause. Many bears are in that section and it might bb possible his wife or little daughter had been Injured by one, or from some other cause they had become separated from him und in his ex treme nervous condition his mind was broken. No camping supplies were taken and It is feared their condition will be serious when they are located. Feared Tragedy lfaa Occurred Mr. Hldgon was in that section transporting soldiers and their sup Plies recently several times during the fire fighting and was somewhat laminar with the country. He has lived In the open all his life and those who know him well state It does not seem possible It is an ordinary case of being lost, but that some trasedy has occurred. The Higdon family has five beau, ttftll girls. Only the one next to the oldest was taken on this trip. The entire community has been greati disturbed over the calamity, other posses arnbeing formed to Join in the hunt, including several of the old timers, who are familiar with all parts of the district. Those Kids Have you given their school clothes any serious thought as yet? Well we have if you haven't, so we have filled our stocks with an unusual selec tion of Suits for the boys'. Hats and Caps for the bovs'. Shoes for the boys', Dresses for the girls, also Hats and Shoes for the girls. You will use good judgment if you make your selection this week. There will be a big rush next week. Dips' Suits $2.08, $3.98. Hoys' Knee PuntM ...... New "Kali Hah" Jlats. . New Hull Caps WaLsts and Shirts Hoys' StiM'klngs Hoys' J-'all liilon Suits. . We are author ized govern ment agents for Thrift Slump Slup the Kaiser with one. 1.08, $5.00, $0.00, $8.00 . . ec, hu, jti.aa. t.i' 4!H; 0IN-, Ho 4Uc, u 7:lu, aae, sue OUc, 7 lc, 8UU Hoys' School Shoes. . . . , Hats for the girls (.Iris Stocking Kail DrcNsoH $2.08, (Gingham Iiihm School C"OMtH Girls' Shoes $1.00, $1.08 . . Olio, OHu, 1.2n, $1.40 inc. aae, uoo $.0H, $ lTllH, $5.00, $.! "Ho, $1.23, $!.( , $1.08, f.VIMl, $.9, $7.01) $1.40, $1.80, $2.40, $2.98 IncorporaTecL f i t B 1 J I Jllll-WF PMI III. I II V Tim 'jest "ntie you ever had Is railing you; put a W. 8. 8. In his 'Scruo Book" development of 30t.B hor."epower. This project involves the construction of a 50-foot concrete and rock dam and will utilize a fall of 67 feet. It Is estimated the project will Involve the expenditure of several thousand o liars. DENTISTRY Dr. David Bennett Hill Dr. Tom 0. Bailey Judd Building-, Pendleton. Oregon. WAR GA1UKXS TOTAL 18,076 IN PORTTjANH PORTLAND, Aug. 27. There are 18.076 war gardens In rortland, ac cording to a census taken hy the po lice department. The chief recently asked every officer to count the num ber on his beat. This is said to be rew less than the number counted last year. This is thought to lie due to the fact that more men are engaged In useful occupation at present who could not find much work to do lasf summer. ROTATION OP ARMY OFFICERS To CONTINUE gleamed, us he saw it. "A quarter saved Is a quarter earn, ed," he murmured us he bent over to pick It up. As he did so there came a tug at his coat tails. The rabbi straightened up, slapped his hip pock et and gave vent to a wall of bereave. The quarter saved was $40 lost, for his wallet had vanished. WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. Rota tion of army officers in France is to be carried on to an even greater ex tent thnn before. Return of several I ngauler and major general will be announced soon. Chief of Staff March has indicated. They. will be replaced oy otrtcers who have hai no oppor tunity to see foreign service. - This Is beh, dune to give a rest to officers who have been under heavy fighting ttrani, and also to givo troops In trainir g here benefit of Instruction at th-i I'umls of experienced officers. M LALLt B ' st.u I tc"T V Pln fs fT InehM Ion. Lalley-Light furnishes two sources of light and power in the one plant. The machine itself is one ; the storage battery is the other. Light used direct from the generator is as steady and Btrong and brilliant as from the battery. This is an advantage not usually found. It is due to the fact that the patented Lallcy-Light engine is especially designed and built to drive an electric generator. It is worth a great deal to the man who must have light and power that are wholly reliable. " We will demonstrate Lalley-Light, free. Call for the book of owners' testimonials. Pendleton Auto Co. EX-YIKOX CJOVKRNOR WOI XDKI) IN ACTION VAXCOrVBR. B. C, All?. 27. Captain George Black of the Canadian evpedltionary force, former governor of Yukon "territory, has been wound ed in action, according to an official cable received Thursday by his father in Vancouver. WATER APPROPRIATION OI'FICIAI-LV AI'lTtOVFI) SALEM, or., Aug. 27. State En gineer John H. Lewis has approved the application of John Rian of Ol ney. or., for the appropriation of 4 0 second feet of water from the south fork of the C'latxkanle river for the BOVS OF TRAINING SCHOOL HAVE BEEN HELPING ON FARMS SALEM, Aug. 27. Because of the big demand for workers "for taking care of various crops, this has been big season for the boys at the state training school. The boys have been sent to valley farms to weed onions, to pick berries, to pull flax and this week a camp of 2ft boys will be sent to Marion counly to nick prunes. Throughout the entire season, says Superintendent Oilbert, only f.ne boy who was sent out with the workers has attempted to escape. This boy was caught and returned within an hour. , , HAIL! FIRE! Protect Your Earnings. Insure Your Crop. It will pay you to see us at once. LIVERM0RE, BICKERS & FRIEDLY 111 East Court St Telephone 118 (sOSIIKV S. I. STATION' MAY ILK IISYXTINl FI SALEM, Or., Aur. 27. J. 1. O' Brien has applied to the public serv ice commission for authority to dis continue the Southern .Pacific station t OoKhen, In Lane county. Mr. O' Brien sayfl the biiHlneK nt that plac does not justify the maintenance of an nsrent there, and alpo because of the Mhortage of men, the agent is badly needed elsewhere. leAiuir savi:i orAKTf-u ltl T IT X)ST HIM 910 ltROfiKLY.V. N. V.. An. 27. A bright new quarter lay on the steps of the public baths on Montrose ave nue and Tiabbi I-aac (Hickman's eyes OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE iVez oeew AROumo PRiciivg 15) NO, THCY'ftd?' ' TH6SE THIMSS,AND fOO'Re s4lNOT JUST ASKiivr xoo much. I rSS?4t ik THEe cwm cer tmc smb ,7" FOR VERY MUCH X r Less. -jr 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111113 We advertise and offer War Savings Stamps for aale with every ' S r purcnase. All Kinds and Sizes The best on the market SMYTHE -LONERGAN C0.1 Phone 178 , Quality Quantity Service TlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIHIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIItnilli? mm mmmosv 1 sgy?a GOOD USED TOUCH FOH SALE CHEAP Hudson chassis; motor re lwred; hardwood stake body and cab. Equipped with one and one-half ton Torbeson axle TRUCK ATTACHMENT. FracticaUy new and in first-class 0erating condi tion. A bargain at 85 Oregon Motor Garage IWOOIlPOnATKD I1T, lis. Ill, lit West Comrt St. TetephoaM) 4M