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FRftDAY EVENING, OCTOBER .130.
DAILY EAST 0EEQ0N1AW, PENDLETON, OREGON,
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
J. (J. Wnney Co., A Nationwide Institution
SO VOO RAsI ARODKin SHOPPING.
Fro Conciliation . '
anil Advk-e by Our
Your loot Troubles
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AND THEM OipN'T BY A THINCS
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HAU! B'ARS HAR'Vr S
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COIOV'S CASH GROCERY
WHERE KASII IS KING.
SPUDS 25 lb . $1.00; Sack, 3c pound
Criaco 1 1-2 Iba. 50c; 3 . $1.00; 6 lb. $2.00
Best Entflinh Walnut, lb. 40c
Manchurian Walnut, lb 35c
COFFEE Golden Gate, Hill Red, M. J. B.
1 pound - 58c
5 pound - $2.85
New Dromedary Dates, package 25c
Prune, pound 15c
Corn Meal, 9 lb. ack - 60c
Grape Juice pints, 30c; quarts, 75c
Peanut Butter pint 35c; quarts, 70c
Bet Crepe Toilet Paper 3 for 25c
Half Peaches, Sliced Peaches and Pineapple
No, 2 tin, each .... 35c
Cottelene 4 lbs, $1.40; 8 lbs. $2.50
Van Camp Pork & Beans, No. 2 tin, each . .'....19c
Van Camps Soups, tin 1.... 11c
Hominy, No. 2 1-2 tins, each 20c
Hebe Milk can, 13c; case, $6.25
There is notliinfr surer tlian this: that Uks mail or
Uh imuui win is thoriMiehly tiiftH-meri mi the value
of tin dollar is going to wm out over those who are
Sm-li a man or wnnuui milrt at times not ri4 his
or Imt mimey's wortli but as a role ou will find tliem
ri;ht finaot'ially, tlicy know the worth of a ilolliir.
A fa vines account in 11 lis stronjc bank ami kept op ,
porsi4ntl, furnishes in itself, an oclueation as to
money such savings accounts arc opeuutl
here every day.
The American National Bank
'Strangest Santc in Cast em Oregon "
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Th following prices are the prices day. There was a total run In the al-
being paid to producers by Pendleton I leys of less than two loads, therefore
New Felt Footwear " -
The comfort and ease of attractive new felt styles combined with,
the very low prices made possible by Penney merchandising meth
ods assures their popularity with all. who see them. Many ,. of . the
styles and colors are shown in our south island window,- ; -
Juliet Fur Trimmed !
Popular fur trimmed style, leather sole ' 7
and heel, vamp ornamented with - f ur .
trimmed bow exactly as pictured, .' black
and wine only, pair ............ .". $2.25 -
J. L. .VAUGIIAN, ;
EVERYTHING ELECTRIC -
The Fideral Electric Washer Machine we are showing
is a new machine :ja this city. Pefore buying look it over.
Phone 111 aoe E. Coon m.
business houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will be spe
liens and Poultry.
Eggs. 65 cents in trado. (Retail price
is 70 cents.)
Hens, 20 cents.
Spring fryers, 28 cents a pound.
Country Ham. Ktc
ram, best quality, 28c.
Bacon, best quality, 40c.
Butter Vat and Butter,
Ranch butter, 31.10 a roll. (Retail
price is also $1.10.)
liners tm RtHI Lower
ami Nlicop Are Impressed
North Porand, along with prac
tically very leading hog market in the
?ouniry, showed a further slump in
hog values Thursday. Cattle were
steady, while sheep ruled depressed.
In the hog alleys the extreme top
of the Thursday morning market was
$16.50, a lofs of 5fle from the previous
5 -V . - THE JOLLY INN s
I ' Cliicken Dinner
Meat Croquelts '
I , Salads, Pasterics
Open from Noon to 7:30
I Tiie best dinners in the city.
r e 3
Vernicol makes old
keeps new furnitcro
from getting old
Den't discard that old p!oo l
farnitrtre just becatue its finish is
scratched and marred. Give it
new lease on life with' a coat of
yerniooL the jiffy-do-orer YarniaK
tain. Stains and Tarniahes the
wood at each stroks of the bruabi
Ecratches disappear almost maji
ally. Dries with a rich, hard;
lossy luster. .Wears and wears,
t's good for floors, too.
Keep a can of Vernicol handy. Mi
a great antidote for careless servants
and thovzhtlesa children. Comes la all
the popular finishes. Ask tot eolae
sard add booklet.
L. J. McATEE
513 Main St
U. S. Army
Hotel St. George Sample
500 U. S. Army Blan-
kets from $3.00 and
U. S. Army Wool O. D.
Shirts, ney and re
claimed from $3.00
And a complete line of
U. S. Army Goods. !
it was not the new supply that caused
ihe generally reactionary tone.
Eastern influence was perhaps the
grentest factor, although it must be
acknowledged that so much stubble
stuff is coming forward that this Is
depressing the entire trade. Half fats
and half starved stork predominate
in the offerings.
General hog market raage:
Prime mbted $1.001.50
Medium mixed 15.50 016.00
Smooth heavy 15.00016.00
Rough heavy 12.00914.50
Only a handful or so appeared In the
mutton alleys at North Portland for
the Thursday jnorning trade. General
trade conditiyns showed a lack of
buying appreciation and the entire 'un
dertone " of the market was In bad
shape, although there was practically
nothing' Available during the day to
thoroughly establish any quotation.
General sheep and lambs range:
Kant ol mountain lambs I 9.00i tO.Bo
Willamette valley lambs.
Feeder lambs . . .
OulL lambs . , . . . .
Yearlings '. . .
Wethers . .
With only a small run all told in
the North Portland alleys for Thurs
day, the cattlo market appeared
Mteady. Of the total supply of 70 head
2 loads went' direct to outsido killers
and therefore were not offered here.
A load of calves likewise departed
General cattle range:
Choice grass steers
Good to choice steers . . .
Medium to good steers . .
Knir to good steers
Common to fair steers
Choice cows and hoifers
Good to choice cows and
Medium to good cows and
. i . -. . . . , t ii
E-Z Felt Cuff $1.79 V
.. i ? A. i i.Ui. n1Ar, nnwifn.f oQCll ffl tTfif.' . il
y practical supper at a price tuat iiiaaca .ujh.u j , .
style, bow ornamented vamp, e.k hide sole ana neei, coipra iv , ,
, blue, gray, pair -. ..-it. .
Comfy, $2.25 ' ..!
, . f . ; i--s ' C f f '
Similar to sketch except top has per
forated band trimming and vamp has silk
pon pon, a beautiful array of dainty col
ors to match kimonas or bath robes. Old
rose, light blue, lavender and Pekin blue,
Kid Boudoir Slippers $14?$2.
' Exactly as illustrated, high grade col-'
ored kid, leather sole and heel, colors are
black, pink, lavender, blue andbrbwi.
Same style made Up in genuine '-Skin-1. 4
and lavender, '
ner's Satin, quilted, pink
Meni Felt Slippers $2.49, $3.4?;
J. C. Fenney (JoM A Nationwide institution
Choice dairy calves .
Beet light calves
Medium light calea
Fair to good feeders .
f. 00 7.00
rills Corn llcmovcr Is Guaranteed
Canadian Wlteat Buying ; i' f "
Imers Oik-ago Market .
CHICAGO, Oct. l. Big purcliasing
of Canadian wheat by millers In the
United States had a good deal to do
-with a severe break In wheat here to
day. . The market closed heavy, 7 l-i
to 9 1-4 "net lower with Dec. 2.16 to
2.17 and March 2.10 to 2.11'4. Corn
finished 6 down to. Vic advance, oats
off 1 V4 0 1 H to 2 and provisions
unchanged to SOo lower.
Selling pressure In wheat eanjo'
largely from houses with northwestern
connections and this appeared to give
rnecial emphasis to word that further
large amounts of Canadian -wheat had
been bought to como Into the United
Hates besides quantities announced
yesterday. At the same time export
business from this country was, said
lo have met with a check. Swiss.
German and Frenrh buyers nssertlug
they were offered wheat cheaper else
where. India was said to have rcieaar
ed 14,000.000 bushels for export nut-r
withstanding recent advances of aide-sH-ead
estimates that the 1920 corn crop
would exceed the government forecast
by 82,000,000 had a bearish effect on
corn and so did big receipts and ap
parent absence of frost damage pats
fell with other grain.
Provisions here degressrd- by the
weakness of hogs and cereals. ' V
Throw away that dangerous rasor
nnd planter. Don't waste your time
simply "treating" that pestiferous, ach-
jlng curn! Get rid of It with "Gets-It.
Simply apply two or three drops of
this favorite corn remedy and your
pnin Irom THAT orn ceases forever.
Thfn In two or three days, if the corn
h- not dropped off, take hold with
your ring'-ra and lift It oil as easily as
you re1' banana! You never enjoyed
such Instant, delightful relief from corn
miapry, you never used anything so
perleet "Oeta-lt." It never falls.
"ils-lt" coata out a trifle at any
irug store. Aioney back guaranteed.
MM. by B. Iwrence Co.. rhleaso.
hold In Pendleton and recommended
as the world s best corn remedy by
Tallmau Co., Isconomy prug Co. (
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Oofft Future". Move "
.Tbout A to S Polnta
NEW YOIIK. Oct.- 1. The; market
for coffee utures was very quiet to
day and prices fluctuated wlthm-a
range of four to five ' points. The
opening was four points lower on No
vcinbor but generally unchanged to
1 point higher and after selling at 163
December rallied to . 7.70 - while May
fluctuated between 8.33 and .40. The
close was net 3 points- higher to lour
points lower; . Oct 7.22;'-Doc. , 7.67;
Jan. 7.81; March 8.16; May 8.64; Juiy
8.64. ". -
Spot coffoe nominal, unohangeu.
1116 . 7s 7 fy 8; Santos 4s 12W1-.;
. i ; i 4 ;)
HogM. Are Absent . .' : ' '.
1 an it. n y '
Seattle, Oct. 1. Hogs Tlecelpts
none. Steady. Prime 16.6017.0;
mcldum to choice 15.60 16.00; smooth
heavies 14.60015.00; rough , neavies
12. 50 13.00; pigs 13.00 14.60. .
Cattle Receipts 47. Btcady. prime
steers 9.60i 10.00; medium to-choice
,8.00ig).00; common to good : 6.004
7.D0; best cows and heifers 7.25i7.75;
medium to choice 6.0OW7.0O; com
mon to good 4.606.OOj bulls 4.00
6.00; calves 7.00116.00. ;
.; SHE SEAPLANES TO HER COLFING
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, NEW YORK When yon go rolling these dare, hop Into a sen
'plane, if yon would be up to data. Visa Ret'a Ptm Jutg get tba 4
example, and aba aaya It'a great stuff. Picture show Captain Tlbba,
of the Tlbba Aero Service, helping Miss Retta aboard tba aea-alr i
"yacht." at tba foot of tSth-at. Tba plana carrlas W up til Hud.
ao l TarcrtovB and Ua faaoaa soU coo race.
8liccp Are Very Slow ' ' '
and Ijwnbs Are lower
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 1. Shoep H,
000. Very slow. Sheep about steady;
western lambs mostly 20c lower. 13.75
paid; -best unsold.
ruw Grain Prices
At KeUe arc Htcady
BBATTM5, Oct. i. City delivery:
Foed Scratch feed 182 per ton;fecd
wheat 87; all grain chop s; oats
$60; sprouting oats 64; relied oats
$2; whole corn i2: cracked corn
74; rolled barley 163; clipped Daricy
$8w ' , i
. True to the Buick tradition of twenty years, ;
, the one feature Buick engineers have-partic- v-
ularly sought to develop in the new Nineteen ,
.' Twenty Qne 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 eve,n greater
than ever before. The high-powered, sure
working Buick Valve-in-Head Motor is a fea
ture of each of the new models. . . ,, t.
Added to their great service value are a
beauty of contour and appointment and a com
fort of movement and seating arrangement
that appeal to the most particular. A
Oregon jotor (jardge;
CADILLAC, HUDSON, BUICK, ESSEX - .
AND ACASON TRUCKS -