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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN. PENDLETON. OBEQON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
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IjThat We Sell
LAMP AND LANTERN GLOBES
GLASS WASH BOARDS
BRASS WASH BOARDS
(jray $ros. (grocery (Jo.
TWO PHONES 28 AND 29
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ing to llinh little, no more than you can make a
mule drink after kadlne liim to Uie tnMigto.
w uie right sort of fellow mea not rare to he
,,u-1h-.i up aU the way. there la too row joy In do
ing one' own mouiiUnjr.
A ftevtaes Account lias proven, in untold Instumwi.
Um- ladder to success. 1K you want to elimb It?
We open such ao-ounts over) .lay. One Dollar or
more starts one.
IDE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Resources over (1W Million Dollars.
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l DAILY MARKETNEWS OF PENDLETON
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Why not buy your good
and save the spring and summer price. You can
make money on any of our used cars. All overhauled
and in good shape and we back them all with factory
Save money and buy satisfaction by dealing with
Eastern Oregon Motor Co.
CHEVROLET, VELIE, PEERLESS
The following prices are the price But IJttle Cliange In
being paid to producers by Pendleton Price In Markets.
business houses. Wherever retail) There is but little change in the
prices are given the fact will be ipe- I prices in local groceries today. Fruits
cially mentioned. vegetables are hard to get because
Ears and Poultry. ' of th tleup of the railroads and it Is
Eggs 80c 85c almost impossible to secure perish-
Hens'. 16 to 20c. I able product during the cold snap.
Spring chickens, 20c a pound. j
Country Ham, Etc J s,ronvr:
, " " Mllireed at .New Top.
Ham, best quality 28c. Mj showed renewed strength
"L, Li Bntt exchange yesterday because of the
. B Jf? srip of winter and went to 143.25 a
Butter, H-25'1. jton, f. o. b. mills, a new top for this
. . I year, oats also showed strength, ad
New potatoes. 3c a pound. vancn of 50 cent, a ton being bid all
along the line. Quotations today are
$56. r0, $57,r,u and $58. Corn is listed
at $1 and $63, with barley unchang
ed. The barley prices are $6S. 69
1 lo Market Weak
Lambs Are Firm.
Hog market here continues to re
flect -weakness in sympathy with tho
further declines In the east. Owing
In the congestion in hog products'
trade, expectations are for lower val
General hog market range:
Prime mixed $14.50&15.00
.Medium mixed 1 4.OUS3' n.i.'i
Rough heavies 12.50 13.00
PiSS ; I'j.oitfrt' 13. mo
It was the second day without a new
S arrival In the cattle alleys. Trade in-
3 For the lover of good candy. S dicates a strong tone.
3 - . Bl ,1 mHId markpt ranire:
Rest steers $10. 75 11.25
A Lazy Liver
Causes a great deal of trouble, bil- i
loudness. I'onstipatioti and sick j
headache. J o not put up with it;
correct it at once by taking
Hide by C. L Hood Co., Lowell, Mho.
I Whitman I
Called Samplers because In old- II
I en times samples showed the s
3 best in needlework and design. S
5 This modern Sampler shows 3
3 This modern Sampler shows
. i, v. i- Ahni.nlata n n d con-
3 fcctlon. We are Headquarters
3 for the Sampler and the whole
Tallman & Co. j
f jttn Orandata.
oppo, - ?Tn
DO YOU KNOW
that this laundry is prepared and can launder prac
tically any article you wish to send here?
We not only can do the job but it will be done
A Trial Convince
The Troy Laundry
610-12 Garden St.Phone 179
Send it to the Laundry
Your Grocer will tell
is Without an Equal
AND THEN SOME MORE TOYS.
THE BIGGEST AND BEST LINE OF TOYS THAT EVER CAME TO
PENDLETON. 40 CASES-40 JUST ARRIVED.
"Over 20 dozen Dolls." Yes we have them as you want them from those
beautiful sleeping kind to the funny little clown dolls, 25c to $12.50. Game
Boards, Cedar Doll Chests, Doll Trunks, Doll Beds, Doll Buggies made of
gray and tan wicker priced at $4.98. Doll Tables, Doll Rockers, Toy Kit
chen Cabinets and Strong Wood Toys, Toy Automobiles, Drums, Flying
Machines, Pianos, Trunks, Guns, Stoves, Trains, Black Boards, Rocking
Horses, Scooter Cars, Velocipedes.
"Humpy Dumty Circus," a bushel of fun for the kiddies, contains all
kinds of animals, clowns and circus paraphernalia.
Ouija Boards, fun for everybody.
The rea.1 image Charlie Chaplain that actually performs.
See Our Windows Filled to
Like everything else in our store, our prices on toys are within reach of
All Pure Linens, per yard $1.98 to
Satin Table Damask, yd. 89c and
Beautiful Filet and Cretonne Table
Runners and Bureau Scarfs 79c
Fancy Double Faced Cretonnes,
Velour Draperies and Art Den
ims for fancy work, j)er yard,
17c to $1.39. f
Ladies' Fancy Boxed Handker
chiefs, per box 39c to $1.98
Children's Boxed Handkerchiefs,
15c and 19c.
Fancy Towels and Towel Sets,
Crib Blankets, Laundry Bags,
Pillow Tops and all kinds of
fancy dry goods suitable for
OZENS AND DOZENS OF
Excellent values in wide flowing
and silk ties in every color of the
rainbow 49c to $1.49
Men's Silk Mufflers. $1.69 to $1.98
Fancy Arm Bands, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Sox, Garters
and Ties in Xmas packages.
This is the right place to get
Get the Xmas Spirit !
happy tlat you can.
Shop Early ! Be a live wire and make every body
OPPOSITE HOTEZi PKNDIiETOX
J. C. Penney Co., A Nationwide Institution
Oood to choice sheers .. 9.25(910.25 f Another reason for the high cost of
Medium to good steers . 8.25i 8.75 !,, ,
Fair to good steers 7.00 8.00 j "Vln ls that to man' mothers have
Common to fair steers... 5.50 6.00 ; quit cutting down dad's trousers to fit
Choice cows and heifers 8.50 9.25
Good to choice cows and
heifers 7.00 8.50
Medium to good cows and
heifers 5.50 7.00
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 4.00 5.50
Canners 3.00 4.00
Dulls 5.00 7.00
Best light calves 13.5014.00
Heavy calves 7.00 12.00
Stockers and feeders ... 8.08 9.25
Mutton continues to show a steady
tone at North Portland, but lambs re
main firm at the recently advanced
General mutton market range:
Best east of mountain .. $13.00 13.50
Stockers and feeders ... . 10.0011.60
Valley lambs 11.00 13.00
Wethers 9.00 9.60
Kwes 6.60 fib 7.50
little Willie. Yazoo City Sentinel.
lie very careful what you say to
your enemies and be more careful
what you write to your friends. Chi
TWIN CITIES WILL NOT
FIGHT CHICAGO'S CLAIM
ST. VAVIi, Minn., Dec. 11. (United
Press.) The Twin Cities of the North
have combined in an effort to bring
the national convention of the repub
lican party here in 1920 if the national
executive committee decided againat
Chicago as the meeting place.
Gustav LindquiHt, secretary to Gov
ernor iiurnquist and memher or the
national executive committee, started
the boom for the Twin Cities in the
fight for the convention. He pointed
out the fact that the northwest norm-
lly delivered a republican majority.
Tho Minneapolis Chamber of Com
merce decided to lend its support to
fit. Paul in the capital city's cam
paign for the convention.
D. V. Cavanaugh, chairman of the
convention committee of the St. Paul
association has laid plans to attract
the convention here.
Chicago, it is reported here, may be
decided upon as the permanent meet
ing place of the republican party con
ventions and if it is, the Twin Cities
will make no effort to get the conven
besides doing. X. Better
paste can do-i-
whitens like peroxide
Sold only where A D S goods are displnyed
ALLEGED I. W. W. IS
TAKEN INTO CUSTODY
SKATTIjE. Dec. 11. Thomas M.
McKlnley, 27 who says he is secretary
of the Shipbuilders' Industrial union.
No. 825, Industrial Workers of the
World. waB arrested here today. In
McKinley's room police found lists
which they said contained the names
of approximately 1,000 members of
the union. Reports received by the
ouict'rs inuivaie ine mt
o.-rHhlp of around 2.500. Papers sell-
ed, it was said, indicated tne snipyara j
L W. W. planned to endeavor to crip
ple the American Federation of La
bor. , . I
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Good Mechanical Condition
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