r """' isiIIIIWIHIHSl;aH
VICTIM OF RABIES
WILL HOT RECOVER
Ira nk Powers. Ill In Portland Hos
pital lias Kecurrence of TerriMe
1 GO Head Mules and Horses
Jf r,M(jrl 90
- -'- tA t.i i . Lii
I limn in .si I IrgS-xJ I
i i tie i.. 1
INCLUDING MARES AND "GELDINGS.
TRA FINE WORK STOCK.
To be Bold at private sale and right prices. ' Broke
and unbroke, age 3 to 6 years; weight 1000 to 1800.
If you are in the market see this fine stock before
you buy. '
Sale Monday, Mar. 12
Pendleton Horse &
J. H. LUCK
621 Aura Street.
Telephone 516 Hf
NOTICE FOR BIDS,
bida will be received by th.
City of Umatilla, at the City Record
er's office, until eight :. P. m.)
Marsh 17th. 1917. for tho Installation
of fifty (10) or mora water meters.
Cost of Installation moat be per me
ter. Theae metera are fIve-elKhth
toy three quarters type K) manufac
tured r the Naatv Meter Co. ,
Oertlfled check for one hundred
dollar (110000) must accompany
all tilda City of Umatilla reserves
the right to reject any and olds.
BBTRTHA CHBRRY. Acting Mayor
Olty Recorder. (Adv.)
Ussatilla. Ore., March fth. 1817.
tat of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas Cossty, ss. '
Prank J. Cheney aiakea oatb that ha k
color partner of tlia firm of K. J. Chen.)
C. doing business In toe City ef Toledo
t'onnty and State aforesaid, and that aalc
firm will pay the sum of ONB HUNDKHi'
DOLLARS for each and Try raae of '
tarrh that cannot be cored by the oae of
HAI.I.H CATAKKH CUitB. FIMNK J
Hworn to before m. and snberrlbed la
my presenra, tola nth day ef December, A
l. land. A. W. OLEAHON.
I Seal Notary Public
5 Hall's Catarrh Core la Uken Internal!?
and acta thronab the Blood oe the Mucous
Hurraeea of the Syatem.. Bead for teen
K. J. CHBNKT ft CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all drugrt'ta. 75c
Halle Family I'llla (or ceastlsatloa.
Auto Tops Awnings
Suit Gases and Bags
HAMLEY 6 CO.
The classes in domestic art ar
planning a ohe-plece school dress,
They are limited aa to time and coat.
The advanced classes have made
some very attractive white tub skirts.
They are also learning a few of the
principles of millinery.
The night class in domestic science
has lta last aeasion Monday night The
lesson will be on beverages, cheese
dishes and service.
On account of the serious illness of
his mother, Mr. Whitman, science
proresaor, has been unable to con
duct his classes for the last two days
, All. men Interested in track were
fathered around the bulletin board
.11 nixn scnool Friday viewing
the 4.hree handsome medals exhibited
there tiy the track manager.
These medaia will he given to the
first three men furnishing the throe
and one half miles.
I Best of Values!
1914 Hudson, 7 pass. $650
1916 Overland, 5 pas. ..$450
1917 Ford, demountable runs, run lea
than 1000 mile $325
1913 Buick . $250
1914 Overland (service car body).... $200
PORTLAND,' Ore., March 10.
Chances for the recovery of Prank
Powers, Dt Hay Creek, Ore., who is
being treated at St. Vincent's Hot
pttal for rabbles, contracted from the
bite of a rabid coyte, were darkened
early yesterday morning by a recur
rence of the terrible spasms charac.
teriatic of hydrophobia.
Dr. David N. Roberg. state health
officer, stated yesterday that the
maximum amount of serum employed
In the Pasteur treatment was being
administered to the patient, but tfiat
tb outlook Is very grave.
"If he endures for two or three, days
longer." ' said Dr. Roberg. "there is
hope of recovery. " We dare not in-
tennlfy the treatment beyond that now
given. While I hesitate to say it, the
outlook Is not encouraging."
Powers rallied shortly after enter
ing the hospital and became rational
He talked with Dr Roberg about hit
case, and described the uncontrollable
mania that cornea over him when tne
violent seizures occur. He declared
that at such times he desired to bite
viciously. Within a few hours he
again became violent and irrational.
and it was necessary to bind him to
The patient ia 80 years of age. and
is an employe of the Baldwin Sheep
Company of Madras. Ore., Some days
go he went to the rescue of a valu
able dog which had been attacked by
a rabid coyete. He was bitten on the
hand, but neglected to seek the Paa-
teu treatment. Four days ago he
showed definite symptoms of tie dis
ease. Thursday he arrived In Port
land, manacled and under the influ
ence of an opiate.
Service man on floor
. all night
Bring in your car and have it washed
or greased while you sleep ready and
waiting for use first thing next morning.
Largest storage garage ia city. Repair
Shops. Service Station. Tire and
I Pendleton Cadillac Auto Co. f
Water and Cottonwood Sts.
7. SOW 3.00
( IS so
BUT LITTLE LIVE
PORTLAND. March 10. There
were 13 loads of livestock reported in
the North Portland yards and the day
being Friday. It caused aome concern,
t'l the trade. Nevertheless aside
from the slightly easier feeling In the
tattle trade, due to the fact that most
of the big killers have ample aupplies
for their Immediate requirements, the
trend of the trade la steady.
There were quite fair receipts in
the rattle division over night, but five
Uds-the only full cars came di
rect to a packer on a previous coun
try purchase, therefore did not enter
General cattle market rnnger
Pest heavy beef steers. . 19.65 S t 5
T'cst IlKht beef steers .. .3..f S.S0
Hest beef cows
Ordinary to good cows
Hest butcher bulla . . .
Calves . :
Stocker-feeder steers. .
Ptocker-feeder cows . .
TsJsry Hogs Improving.
According to local packing interests
the quality of Willamette valley hog
Is showing an Improvement year by
year. A few years ago there was s
difference of fully 40 to SOe per hun
dred pounds between vslley stuff and
that from eastern Oregon and In fa
vor of the latter. Now the differen
tial Is limited. In fact, average of
ferlnrs from th "'niamette valley
are bringing nl 't the same price
an shipments from other sections. It
is quality that tells and killers pay
as much for thla no matter where it
Oeneral hog market conditions are
Oeeerel hog range:
Heavy parking H H
Best light. 1S.Sw13.
Rough heavy ... IMOtrll.M
mockers II. 10411.73
Motion Cornea Wrert.
Aside from the three loads of stock
brought in by a local meat company
from Its feed lots there were no ar
rivals at all in the mutton and lamb
trade at North Portland over night
Oeneral strength la shown In the
market, but the outlook for supplies
Is almost hopeless.
Oeneral mutton and lamb market:
Best east of mountain
Pest valley lambs 1 f.fli 11 0" I
Wethers 11011.75 j
FNrea .B0 75
r.onta .!S 4 50
Kri!ay lic-stock Slilpcrm. j
H.is; H. H. Meer. iakerft.lv
'it.. 1 lojid; Tulare. I l.isd. j
rattle II. Hliif-kwcll Koho. 5 lo ..is
Shp- I'rlon Me.-.t C.. I.le. XV i. I
.1 I'linls. rtirort. i
Mixed M-iff Krank Wann. Mt I
An.-.-!. 1 i..i.i -.tle n1 ru.Ks: I.. A. '
HALF AS MUCH WHEAT
ON HAND AS YEAR AGO
Govet-nmcnt Report N Show
101,000,000 Bushel on
Farms, of Country.
WASHINGTON, March 10 A sum
mary of the March crop report for
the state of Oregon and for the Unit
ed States; aa compiled by the. bureau
of crop estimates (and transmitted
through the weather bureau), U. S
department of agriculture, la as follows:
State Bdtimated wheat stock on
farms March 1 this year, 1,740,004
bushels, compared with 1,004.00
bushels a year ago and 1.82f.OOO two
years ago. Price on March -l to pro
ducers, $1.50 Per bushel, compased
with S3 cents a year ago and $1.23
two years ago.
United States Klmated wheat on
farms March 1 this year, 101.000.00J
bushels, compared with 244,443,004
bushels a year ago and 151.903.000
two years ago. Price on March 1 to
producers. $1.44 per bushel, compar
ed with 11.03 a year ago and 31.34
two years ago.
CTitrxs am.s bio tt:
One Handred Trucks Will Transport
K. H. Cummins, traveling salesman
of the Portland branch of the Fire
atone Tire fend Rubber company, has
been in Hood River this w.t look
ing after eompany business a.id get
ting his local agents Gilbert a De
Witt and Foust a Merle, lined up for
the busy season that ia about to be
gin. He was accompanied by F. L
leaitoe of the Walter-Williams Com
pany at The Dalles. Mr. Lesto was
formerly associated with the Pendle
ton Rubber Co.
Mr. Cummins states that the Unit
ed States Circds corporation, the first
circus to adopt motor vehicles exclu
sively ss a meant of transporation
from town to town, has lust purchas
ed 100 Kelly trucks and 100 Troy
$755.00 f. o. b. Pendleton
Coming soon Wait to buy a car until you see
the new line of Overlands, including the Willys
Knight. We will be located in the Independent
t , E. J. HEPBURN, Dealer
LOOK AT A CHILD'S
TONGUE WHEN CROSS
FEVERISH AND SICK
TAKE NO CIIANIIS! MOVE POI
SON'S- VKOM. , MVGR AND
BOWEU AT ONCK.
Mothers can rest easy after giving
California Syrup of Figs." because
In a few hours all tthe clogged-up
waste, sour bile and fermenting food
gently moves out oi tne Doweis, uu
you have a well, playful child again.
Children simply will not take the time
from play to empty their bowels, ana
they become tightly packed, liver
gets sluggish and stomach disordered.
When cross, reverts n. resuess, see
If tongue is coaled, then give this de
licious fruit laxative." -cniiaren
love it, and ltt can not cause Injury
if full of cold, or a sore throat, diar
rhoea, stomach-ache, bad breath, re
member, a gentle 'inside cieansing
should always bo the first treatment
given.- Full directions for babies,
children of all ages and grown-ups
are printed on each bottle .
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a SO-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs,- men
look carefully and see that It is made
hy the "California Fhf Syrup- Com
pany."' We make no smaller sixe.
Hand back' with contempt any other
fig gyroa. ,
trailers, all equipped with Firestone
.. : ..
' THE OLD Rf LI AB LE'
AT YOUH DRUGGIST.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
fn(WAH01, lft.NI.. v
v Ests-WI ami y weir twamtrsMM tcm a
, CkliM-rr'd las.Xhrmt4V
rWa in Rri 1 soldi nrUllKVV
buxn. MsUeil with Tlue R.(os.
TTri IrrevsrarM. Avkfe,d I I I .4 IO' it. TT.Wt
MsMUIII IIKAM PILL, tcv S
miaow.tBct Safatl. Al-m t KcIWN.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVLRTWhm
See us for-
VULCANIZING AND RETREADING.
: ACCESSORIES AND OILS.
Gesoline Service Station at our Curb.
Free Air and Water.
An automobile supply house specializing: in mo
' torists needs and correct service.
Pendleton Her & Supply Co,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
W. X. Matlock. President. Vs. Dana, Mi
. -. 305 East Court St. Trsrjitiome IU
(. o. k.
AFTER YOU READ RIDE
One cannot read or write"a try-out at the Dort steering
wheel. He must RIDE it.
Personal video oenutcountat pemastoo, aad the real
truth of any purchase Is that the buyer finally becomes
hat own salesman, and eelsl HIMSELF.
So, after you have read the claims for all cars things
yon must know foe comparison's sake ride In the Dort
for your own sake, and check up on PBRSONAX. STVI.
Any Dort dealer will gladly give you such sn opportu
nity, for he does not wish to PESR8UADK. when the ear
Itself will CONVTNCK.
lort service coupled with the responsibility of the
company, the efficiency of the car. and the practicality of
Its u-e here are four stalwart reasons which stand be
fore the discriminating buyer of a motor car and disap
pointment, when he buys a Dort,
Allen Cnight Go.
Corner Main and Alta Street
A complete line for you to select from.
Buy Your Boy a Bicycle
( and keep him healthy and happy. See our
Everything for the
UNITED STATES TIRES All treaeU ad aUea.
Accessories, Tubes, Oila, Gasoline, Water and Air.
Make our store your headquarters when
ever in Pendleton from out of town.
Allen Itnifllit Co.
Main and Alta Streets
Th..m;,s. West 1 Inml c.:tle an.1
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