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DAILY EAST OREGGNXAN, 3PENDLETON, OREGON, " THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER SO, 1820.
QKTBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
J. C Penney Co., A Nationwide Institution
I TO SCR NY1 1 Arasin-r- .r-
UTcst Novee. This ts tfN'D so
inc. tr or it UHICH
1 if fJn;
"Feed me good coal for I have a distaste
t for poor coal. I consume it too quickly and
" it doesn't prove at all satisfactory. It's just
like eating poor food. It doesn't sustain the
Our coal is unsurpassed order today, t
B. L. Burroughs
rhonc 5 College & Webb Sta.
" "r I . I
There Is nothing sunr tliau tills: tlint t!i mail or
the woman wlm Is thoroughly in forme, on the value
at the dollar Is going to win out over those who are
SiH'h m nuui or woman might at times not pet lita
or her monryH worth but as a rule .tou will rind them
rig:Iit financially,-they know the worth of a dollur. -
A naviiitrs account In this strong bank and kept up
persistently, furnishe In itsolf, an education as to
money value uch savings accounts are opened
here every day.
"Strongest Saafc in Gastem Oregon" t
Don't forget to have on hand a case of that wonder
fully sparkling and refreshing
An occasional bottle during these strenuous days,
will do much toward relieving the fatigue and nervous
strain of the industrious housewife. - .
A bottle of WINE-O at dinner, also, will soothe the
irritability of father, when he comes home and finds
the house topsy-turvy..
Besides, it is good for the kiddies.
Keep a case of Wine-0 in the house all the time.
Bottlers of All Kinds Soda Waters
. WM ROESCH BOTTLING WORKS
FZBtDiiErroir, okdoos ' "
JI TRUVD TO, BUT VOU STUCK
IN 20 HANY UNTRANSLU e-O
fORei&N Phrascs that
YOU KlU-eO TH5 STORY it
IF OU'CC UJR.ITS
YOUR. M5VTON6 -ALU
YOU ft REAT3ERS
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DAILY MARKET NEVS, LfjCAL AND GENERAL
toclnding Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
The following prices ar t i.ri.
being paid to producers by Pendleton
business houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the fiw-A win
liens and Poultry.
Eggs, 65 cents In trade, r Retail nrl.
is 70 cents.)
Hens. 80 cents.
Spring- fryers. 28 cents a pound.
Country Ham, Etc
am, best quality, 28c.
Bacon, best quality, 40c. " .
Butter Fat and Butter.
Ranch butter, $1.10 a roll. (Retail
price is also 11.10.)
Sheep Steady and Lambs
to 15 cents IlitlK-r.
KANSAS CITY. Sept.
iu.uuu; sheep steady; fat lambs strong
m nib-ner; top westerns 15.25;
'8 lamoi steady; top 12.65
Seaboard Buying and Frost -
Give Bulls Inner Hand
..CHICAGO, Sept 30. Seaboard buy
ing of wheat together with frosty
weather likely to affect the corn crop
to some extent had a bullish effect
today on grain values. Wheat closed
strong l 1.4 to Sc net higher with Dec.
.24 V4 to 2.2414 and March 2.20. Corn
Pained 1 6-9 to 2 3-4, oats 5-8 to 1 7-8
and provisions 10 S 60c. .
Scantiness of offerings in wheat
tended to draw more attention to sea
board buying than might otherwise
have been the case. The cautious dis
position of sellers was in turn ascribed
in some degree to gossip of a possible
scarcity of wheat at domestic milling
points between now and next June ow
ing to large export shipments. Bullish
sentiment was noticeably augmented
by the strength of coarse grain.
Corn strength reflected official fore
cast that the frost area would stretch
eastward across the Misslsslnnl t t.
30. Sheep ! "iana. Besides month-end evening-up
oy September shorts continued.
Oats were lifted by the upturn of
corn. Improved cash demands helped
to rally provisions from a setback due
to' lower quotations on hogs.
' Variable Speed. "I--4:
The Most Successful fllacliine for Alfalfa,
Sturgis & Storie
Feadkton, Ore, " i JV'oIIa Walla, Wash.
BACK BAD TODAY?
.Backache is usually- kiinv.nh.
" manes you aun, nervous and tired.
use lan Kidney Pills for weak kid
remedy recommended hv
uur irienas ana neighbors. Ask your
fliessersmlth. blacksmith, im
veDt St., Pendleton, savs: "linanT.
money l'nis are my old stanrihv
Whenever I caught cold in my kidneys
caused my Dack to ache and I suf
fered with kidney complaint. At times
when I would stoop over, sharp pains
would catch me in the small of my
uacit ani i wouiu nave to raise up slow,
ly. My kidneys acted too frenuentlv
causing me to got up many times dur
ing me night. Doan's Kidney Pills
from Tallman's Drug Store quickly
mmsnea me Dackache and nut mv
kidneys In good condition. I still keep
Doan's on hand to use in case nf nacna.
Price 60c, at all dealers. !-.,(
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the sam that'
Mr. Mcssersmith had. Poster-Mulburn '
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
OPPOS1TB SOTEXi PEXDLETOIT
Lower Prices on
With our organization of Merchandising
experts in touch with the markets of the
country every day we are always in a po
sition to secure every advantage of t lower
prices for our customers. .
28 inch Percale in popular light
and dark grounds, yard. . . . 23c
36 inch Percales of standard
quality, pleasing patterns on
light or dark grounds, colors that
are not afraid of wash days, the
. 36 inch Percales of heavy qual
ity and good colors, yard. . . 39c
.' , '
29 inch Amoskeag Apron
Checks, browns, blues and black
checked with; white," yard . . 29c
27 inch Dress Ginghams from
the mills of America's best
known textile workers, Amos
keag, Red Seal, Toil ; Du Nord
and other standard -brands. In
this lot are stripes, checks, plaids
and broken plaids, the yard. 39c
27 inch Outing Flannels, high
grade materials every one, 1921
cloth and Amoskeag brands' are
included, white or colors, yd. 35c
32 inch Devonshire and Kiddie
Cloth. These materials need no '
introduction, their, quality is es-'v .
tablished and our patterns are
good, yard . 49c
16 inch Bleached. Crash,' part
linen with blue banded edge, the
yard . ...V.; 25c "
, , . - .''''
36 inch Berkley Cambric Mus
lin. A fine muslin with cambric -finish,
desirable f or underthings. ,
Every woman knows , its soft)
sheer finish, yard .......... 39c
J. C Penney Co A Nationwide Institution
imum of the early week. 1
Specalatlve rails and local tractions
were strong features 01 mo , i
market, liberty issues showing -mixed
changes, with no especial alteration of
International prices. Total sales, par
value, aggregated $15,775,000.
Stock Values Change .
With Price Readjustments.
NEW YORK, Sept. 30. Extension
ot the recent readjustment in the var-
MarUct for Hogs Is
$1 Ixnrer at Seattle.
kets was primarily resnonslble for the
further irregular depreciation of quo
ted values on the stock exchange to
day. One of (he significant develop
ments as affecting the general credit
situation was the news that the federal
reserve bank of Kansas City had ad
vanced discounts en liberty bonds and
victory notes from fi 1-2 to oer cent.
Announcement of additional price re-
16.50317: medium to choice 13.60W
16.60; smooth heavies 14.6015.00;
rough heavies 12.50 013,00; pigs 812.
G Oft 13.
Cattle None. Steady. Prime
steers 8.5010; medium to choice, 8 8
9; common to good 67.60; best cows
and heifers 7.25 7.76; edlum. to
choice 637; common to good 4.50
; bulls 45: calves 7?1&.. J.
Coarse Cralna and led ' i-
-ot rhetorical arguments should not be
Interpreted In the sense that things
are In a bad condition. Rather, it
means the opposite. ' Both sides are
'stating their viewa without hindrance,
and it sh'ould therefore, be possible to
find a way out of the seeming dead
lack that the cuntriea are In over this
The 'Marquis then proceeded to an
alyse the anti-Japanese movements In
the United States. "The antl-Japaneso
movement in California, which In one
of the most knotty tangles that the
United States and Japan wilt have to
unravel can be traced to racial pre
judice, combined with economic Jeal
ously," he said. "The diligence and
the thrift of the Japanese settlers, and
the comparatively low wages which
they were willing to work for, made
jthem soon very popular among Ameri
can employes. Their exclusion Is In
sisted on because they are quick at
saving money or in developing their'
business, with the' result that : the
American finds It difficult to compete
with the Japanese seuler. With this
creeps a feeling In the minds of the
Americans that the Japanese, If left
alone, will soon establish their inful
ence In the entire district west of the
Rockies. i . ,
"It Ja not difficult to see that the
exclusion of the Japanese Is perfectly
unjustifiable., Therefore It Is .quite
within the bounds of possibility for
the Japanese to secure the aid of think
ing Americans and enlist their help
against Mie perpetration of what will
be nothing short of Injustice, ffuch an
opportunity the Japanese have receiv
ed through the presence of the Amer
ican Congressmen In this country.'
?!. manufacturer,, al
.up cm in steei piates ana suspen- . . j-u ,inu
OQAliUO. OlsUfc. " " v- J v. ........
Feed Scratch feed $82 per tonfecd
plates and susDen.
sion of operations as three of the
mines of the Anaconda Copper Com
pany in Montana testified to the in
settled conditions in many lines of raw
una zauncaiea materials.
The Iron Age confirmed reports of
iurtner shrinkage of Iron and steal
buying, due chiefly to the state of the
automobile trade and predictions were
treely made of an early reduction In
pig iron and refined copners.
variable rallies ensued In the final
dealings regardless of a rise In call
loans to 8 per cent. Sales were 900,
000 shares. Foreign exchange moved
against home centers, the London rate
falling almost 3 points under its mix.
wheat $87; all grain chop $68: oats
360: BDrouting oats $64: rolled oats
162: whole corn $72; cracked corn
$74; rolled barley $63; clipped barley
Hay Alfalfa $30 per ton; double
compressed alfalfa $36; ditto timothy
$42; eastern Washington mixed $36,
, The Cream of Ice Creams
The perfect End of a Good Dinner.
All Good Dealers. ; .
All Good Flavors. . "
Brick or Bulk.
COZY BILLIARD HALL '
DUPUIS CIGAR STORE
, WELCH'S CIGAR STORE
A. L. DUN LAP
Advance of 6 to 10 Points'
In Coffee Futures Made,
NEW YOAK, Sept. 80. The market
for coffee futures opened at an ad
vance of 6 to 10 polntst but except for
some scattered covering mere ap
peared to be very little demand and
prices eased off during the middle of
the day under trade selling accorapan-
ie by reports ot Irregularity In cost
and freight market. December sold
down from 7.80 to 7.65 and March
from 8:30 to 8.18, with the market
closing net one point lower to one
point higher. . September and October
7.19; December 7.69; January ?.8z;
March 8.18; May 8.38; July 8.65.
Spot coffee irregular; Rio Ts 7 3-4
8; Santos 4s 12 3-b(S 13 3-4.
Kill That Cold With
Neglected Colds are Dangeroua
Tk. no chances. Keep this ntandard remedy handy for the flntt meet. -Breaks
cp a cold In 24 hours R.li.v.s
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for HMdachs
Quinine in this form does not sffect th. head Carers U best Tonic
L.otiva No Opiats in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
teed and Grain Hold .
SKATTL.B, Sept. 29. City delivery
Feed: Scratch feed $82 per ton:
I feed wheat $87; all grain chop $68;
oats . $60;- sprouting oats $64; rolled
oats $62; whole corn $72 cracked
I corn $74; rolled Barley io; cuppoa
Ibarley $68. ' . 1
Hay Alfalfa $30 per ton; aetibie'
compressed alfalfa $36; ditto timothy
I $43; eastern Washington mixed $36.. i
FORMER PREMIER SEES
TOKIO, Sept. 80. (A. P.) Mar-
nuis Okuma. former Premier of Japan
land one of the most revered of this
country's statesmen, "writing in the To-
Iklo Asahl, took a very optimistic view
I of the present state of relauons be
lt ween American and Japan.
"It Is when the Japanese keep si
lent,," said the Sage of Wascda, "that
the situation becomes really gloomy.
1 That Is the barometer by which one
Imust go. Today, the situation is ciam
ourously discussed, and therein lies
ample proof of the possibility of
reaching a happy settlement. The
i banding of word or the marshalling
, True, to the Buick tradition of twenty years,
the one feature Buick engineers have partic
ularly sought to develop in the new Nineteen
- Twenty One Buck Series is high utility value.
' You will find, in fact, when you investigate '
these new models, that Buick capacity for
hard, fast, sure transportation is even greater
than ever before. The high-powered, sure
working Buick Valve-in-Head Motor is a fea
ture of each of the new models.
Added to their great service value are a
beauty of contour and appointment and a com
fort of movement and teeating arrangement
that appeal to the most particular.
Oregon Jotor (j-arage
CADILLAC, HUDSON, BUICK, E52EX . .
AND ACASON TRUCKS