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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
WHY DON'T YOU
WE WILL SELL FOLGER'S GOLDEN
1-2 pound free with 2 1-2 pounds $1.60
1 pound free with 5 pounds $3.15
10 pounds free with 50 pounds
Why pay 55 cent for inferior bulk coffee when
you can buy this high grade coffee at
52 1 -2 cents per pound ?
ANOTHER BIG SPECIAL
3 pound cans solid pack tomatoes, 2 cans 25c
1 dozen cans $1.50
Ranch Eg-gs, dozen 35c
No limit as to quantity. Buy all you want
(yray Jros. (jfrocery Qo.
Just nouj. He isn't Psecms
VERY COOt. TOMCRWOW'
YeS. T'-- Tt5C HIM,
I In An Old Stocking I
Ii ma v sound inh-iiUmi Uuit nl this agv ot ih workl.
people will make use of almost any hflMffl liable lit--
And mniRv to store ami l.klc tln ir billables. This
of course, rt-aills m many disappohititienLs nml 1 heart -U.lh.i.-
rjr vsvr and cut-on there Ls lurking the
danger of fire, pilferers, i-harks, vermin, ete.
Vault of litis hank, solies the question of liaving a
perfectly safe and atessatie piaeo Tor storing: your
deeds, ntes, receipts, jevelry. etc.
SAFFTTY HKPOSIT DKPAHTtEXT
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I
The Strongest Bank In Eastern Oregon."
PAHY MARKET IQg, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and AsscIaled'Preag Reports
The following prices are the prices scratch feed IS'
beta paid to producers by Pendleton all grain chop, J
,lu,ICIn reiau Ml Oatf
are Riven tne tact will be spe
Eggs and Poultry.
Hens, 25 cents.
Chickens, 28 cents a pound.
Country Ham. tarn.
Ham. best quality, 28c.
Bacon, best quality, 40c.
Batter Fat and Butter
feed wheat, 089:
; oats. 172: snrout-
77; rolled oats. 174: h.,1..
.; cracked corn 187-
76: clipped barley ISI
Eastern Washinetnn i
mxau, MI per ton; double compress.
'": aaiaira. 840; straw $20; Pu
pal sound, 838.
OPPOSITE HOTEE PENDLETON
Big Savings on Little Things
In these days of high prices we often overlook excessive charges
on small articles. The Penney selling methods assure you of big sav-
Mill eed Mores in
Seattle at t5KM6.
(By Associated Press.)
SEATTLE. Wash., April 1
oenvery: feed mill. $45igi46
1919 FORD Good tires, two bumper, shock ab
sorbers, tire rack and numerous other extras.
Car in perfect mechanical condition. $500.
$200 will handle.
1918 CADILLAC Appearance good and will com
pete with any car on the market for demonstra
tion to show mechanical efficiency.
1918 REO SIX Completely overhauled, good cord
tires, new paint job. You'll think it a brand new
car. We offer you a big bargain in this car.
1917 HUDSON SIX New cord tires, complete! v
overhauled, new paint, priced below cost mar
kets. mj 1
All Cars for sale or trade with easy terms.
Eastern Oregon Motor Co.
616 Garden St., Near P. O.
COMB SAGE TEA IN
FADED IflR GRAY HAIR
If Mixed with Sulphur it Dark
ens so Naturally Nobody
iBetter Price for Steers
1 1 in Seattle Varus.
SEATTLE. Wash, April 10. Hoga.
receipts 78. steady. Prime, $16.76 R
!17.25: medium to choice. $ 1 5.75 m 16..
75; rough heavy. $ 14.7', 16.25 fit'.
50 S 14.50.
ityl Cattle, receipts none: stead v. nest
per ton: steers. 111.60 ?!.; medium to rholce
i 19.2 5 ? 1 1 ; common to Rood. $19$. it;
" cows and heifers, tioti 10.50; rom
jmon to goud, Sf.no$f9.SO: bulls, 7?
18.25; calves 7.00 fl. 1 6. 00.
I Kama City Market
EVr Cattle Is Higher
I KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April 15 Cat
tle, receipts 45. Market, active, 50c.
to $1 lusher than last Thursday, top
isteers. $14.50; bulk $12?S 13.50; top
yearling steers and heifers $13.50;
btilk 1213.25: good to choice, mil
lers, $12. ."Oft 13.50.
Bneep, receipts 100: few sales fat
Iambs around 75c hlsher; best offer
ed at $19.50; 500 fat Texan goats.
$8.25; market active and all holdings
Orandmother kept her hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and attractive
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sudphur.
Whenever her haid took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied with won
derful effect. By asking at any drug j Stork Market Cains
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Exchange Market Steadier.
Compound," you will get a large bot-I (By Associated Press.)
tie of this old-time recipe, improved j NEW YORK. April 15. Rasing
bi- the addition of other ingredients, ; their calculations largely on the more
all ready to use. at very little cost. This ! encouraging aspects of the railroad
simple mixture can be depended upon strike, bull pools continued to press
to restore natural color and beauty to ,helr adv.antaRe !n the stock market
the hair. today, many issues making substantial
A well-known downtown druggist : accessions to recent gains.
o . J V. , Z B " ' i Stock dividends, actual and
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it has been applied
it's so easy to use, too. You simply
dampen a comb or soft brush and
draw it through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By morning the
gray hair disappears: after another
application or two. it is restored to Its
natural color and looks glossy, soft
pective, as represented by American
Tobacco, Woolworth and Union Bag
and Paper, helped to sustain the ad
vance, particularly among specialties,
in which gains extended from three
to fifteen points.
In several instances highest quota
tions were made toward the close.
Sales 1 275,000 shares.
The money market followed its
It stand to reason that the more than 60,000 Re
public Truck in service could not have dominated
motor truck demands in every community without
very definite superiorities.
The fact that Reublics sell in greater volume, for
every hauling requirement, is the best reason why
you should consult us about your own transporta
Pendleton Auto Co.
ings on the cost of small articles,
think what this means to you.
J. C. Penney Large Pencil
American Pencil Co. Pencils,
2 for 5c
Ink Tablets, ruled and un
ruled 5c, 10c
Envelopes, package 8c
Linen Finish Envelopes, pkg. 15c
Eaton's Highland Linen box
Other Box Stationery QQ
$1.39, $2.2, $2.49. K'
Art Gum, large size 8c
Carter's Ink 8c
Le Pages Glue, tube or bottle 12c
Sanford's Mucilage, bottle. . .-7c
Penholders, cork and rubber
Pen Points, dozen 10c
Common Wire Pins, 2 pkgs. . . 5c
Needle Pointed Brass Pins,
package 5c, 8c
Dennison's Crepe Paper, 10 ft.
Medium Bone Hair Pins,
package 10c, 12c
Small Bone Hair Pins,
package 8c, 10c
Wire Hair Pins, 2-16 jin
Bought many times in a year
Madame Lloyds 4 doz. ass't
Daisy ass't 48 Hair Pins 8c
Side Combs, a pair 23c
Kid Curlers, doz 23c
Curling Irons 8c, 10c
Hair Nets 10c
Hair Nets (with elastic) 8c
Veils 23c, 39c
Safety Pins 8c, 10c
Cotton Tape, all widths, roll. . 3c
Black and White Seam Tape 12c
Bias Fold Tape 8c, 10c, 12c
Ric Rac Braid 20c
Washable Lingerie Braid,
6 yards 8c
Middy Laces 8c
Shoe Laces, 2 for 5c, 8c, 10c, 12c
Silk Finishing Braid, 5 yard
roll, 2 for 25c
Darning Cotton, spool 5c
Dexter Knitting Cotton, ball. .8c
Mending Tissue, pkg. 4c
Shoe Brushes 35c
Gilt Edge Polish 10c
Whisk Brooms 25c
Prophilactic Tooth Brushes. 35c
TOILET ARTICLES FOR LESS
Palmolive Soap, 3 bars 25c
Palmolive Vanishing Cream,
Palmolive Vanishing Cream,
Palmolive Cold Cream, tube . 19c
Palmolive Liquid Shampoo,
bottle . 49c
Palmolive Toiiet Water, bot. 89c
Palmolive Face Powder 45c
Palmolive Talcum Powder. . 21c
Ia bache Face Powder. 45c
Java Face Powder 45c
Colgates Talcum Powder 15c
Mennen's Talcum Powder. . . 21c
Colgate's Dental Cream, small 8c
Dr. Lyon's Dental Cream. . . 21c
Pebeco Tooth Paste 39c
Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap,
Rose Bath Soap, 4 bars 25c
Glycerine Bath Soap, bar 5c
Peroxide Bath Soap, 3 bars. 25c
Venetian Bath Soap, 2 bars. . 15c
Packer's Tar Soap 19c
Lip Rouge 19c
Camphor Ice, box 10c
Mentholatum, small 19c
Hinds Honey and Almond ,
Colgate's Shaving Stick. ... 23c
Williams "Barber's Bar".... 6c
J. C. Penney White Laundry Soap, 4 bars 25c
J. C Penney Co., A NatiqnvriaOM
course of recent days, call loann open
ing at seven per cent, but advancing
by earfy BtaiteH to 12 per cent at the
end. Quotations for time money were
unchcanged and few loans, except for
short dates, were made.
Steadier conditions prevailed in the
foreign exchange market. Advance);
from London indicating an early rise
in the Bank of England discount rate
occasioned no surprise.
ACCOUNTS FOR ITS PRESTIGE
THE BUTTER SUPREME
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
TO YOUR DEALER
Rrizlllan Coffee Futures
I'p Several Points
NEW YORK, April 15. Reports
from Bra 7.11 that there had been large
sales of government-held coffee to
Europe during the past fortnight, re
ducing the government stocks to 870,
000 bags, appeared to make rather a
bullish Impression In the market for
coffee futures here today. The open
ing was 18 to 23 points higher with
active months selling about IS to 28
points above last night's closing fig.
urea during the early trading. At
114.53 for May and 114.60 foriSep
tember, there waa scattered realizing,
however, and prlcea later eased off to
114.42 for May and ( 1 4.39 for Sep
tember. The close was 16 to 18 points
April $14.34; May 114.45; July
$14.67; September $14.40; October
$14.38: December $14.30; January
$14.28: March $14.24.
Spot coffee quiet; Itio 7'm 14fl5;
Santos 4's 23 14 .
Golden Gate, 5 lb. can $3.15
Golden Gate, 2 1-2 lb. can $1.60
FREE I lb. with each 5 lb. can.
1-2 lb. with each 2 1-2 lb. can
Less 5 percent for Cash.
SUGAR $15.75 PER SACK. "IT'S CANE."
INLAND MERCANTILE CO.
Ero4h ' Strength Shown
In flib-ago Oorn Market.
CiriC!AOO. April IB. Fresh
strength developed In the corn market
today largely aa a result of the high
prices prevailing for wheat. The close ,
was nervous, at 5-8 cents to 1 l-8i
cents net advance, with May 1.67 6-8 :
to 1.67 $-4 and July 1.60 $-4 to 1.61.
Oats gained 1-4 cents to 1-2 cents. .In
provisions the outcome varied from!
0 cents decline-to a raise or 20 cents.
Erom the outset In the corn market.
much notice waa taken of the fact
that exporters were paying sixty centa
more above the established mini
mum for wheat. Besides, the govern
ment weekly crop report was const ru-
ed as bullish, for it said the condition
of winter wheat was In general un
satisfactory and that seeding, germln.
at ion and growth of other grain had
hen retarded by unfavorable weather.
Oat. twere governed by sympathy
Provision averaged higher.
Recent Shipment Eight Car Loads of
Have all been sold and delivered.
Will arrive this week part of which is sold.
Place your order now if you want a Buick out
of this shipment.
Oregon Motor Garage
CADILLAC. HUDSON, BUICK. ESSEX
AND ACCASON TRUCKS
PhotM 468 119-121 W Court