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DAILY. BAST OSEOONIAIT, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY SVENIN.Q, QCT0BE5 10, tMQ.
HELPING YOU SAVE
BEARD'S CASH STORE
FOR YOUR GROCERIES ALWAYS
QUALITYQUICK SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
Potatns, 100 pounds $1.95
Carnation Milk, can ...13c
Royal Club Coffee, lb. EOc
Fine Lean Bacon 45c
Karo Syrup, crystal
white, 10 lbs. $1.15
Flour, sack J,...$3.25
Cabbage, pound 3 l-2c
Butter, Walla Valla..69c
Standard Corn, can ....19c
Standard Tomntos, can 19c
White Navy Laundry
Soap, 4 bars 25c
All fresh vegetables in
season, at a saving to you.
Try our Candies and
.OUTBURSTS OF UVEUETT TRUE
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II i xou r
Into DfiM 1 fa '(S&E
I 0' !K
' J. C. Penney Co.. A Nationwide Institution
98c, $1.49, $1.G9
Oppositn Hotel lViullcton.
Boys' Felt Hats
Cold Weather Apparel
For Your Boy
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND MEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS, ALL AT POPULAR PRICES
Phone 432 BEARD'S CASH STORE 300 West Webb
IVbts arc mneli like habits. Mime are eonstmrt
he, building you ii phsicall.v, morally or fiiianri
ally, Willie Mtmo arc ilostrnetie, pulling you down.
Start a Rood habit by Martini; a rimnI constructive
del mc worth tnr best efforts to pay and one
that will leave yon something worth while or alu
able when final payment Is made.
Buy a home, invest In good rrntl estate, work your
way into a business you like. Hut first you need tlie
"money down," the usual first payment. Open an
account in our Savings Icpnrtmciit and accumulate
the required sum by nuiking ivgulur weekly or
miHithly I aviiH-nts.
The AmerfcanNational Bank
Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
ii in n iaiiiiaiiiniiiiaiianniiiafianaf tit"ii-'f
1 1 1
r e a
Vernicol makes dd
J keeps new furnitura
vf e. ii.:
Don't discord that old p!eo4 tl
furniture fast becanas its finish is
cratched and marrsa, uive u
new leas on Ufa 'with coat of
IVemicoL the jiffy-do-OTer vamiali
tain. Etaini and Tarnishes th
wood at each atroka of tha bmah.
Scratches disappear almost xnagia
all. Dries with a rich, hard,
glossy luster. Wean and wean.
It's good for floors, too.
Keep a can of Vernicol handy. Mi
a great antidote for careleu lerranti
Sad thovghueM children. Come la ail
the popular muauea, w w
card ana booklet,
DAILY MARKET NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAf
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
The following prices are the prices
being paid to producers by Pendleton
business houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will be spe
Hen and roiiltry.
Eggs.70 cents In trade. (Retail price
id TS cents.)
Hens, J ft centa.
Spring fryers, 28 centa a pound.
Country Ham, Eta.
him, best quality, 28c.
Bacon, best quality, 40c
Iluticr Fat and Butter,
Ranch butter, $1.25 a roll. (Retail
price is als $1.25.) .
Catarrh vartnot Be Cured
T LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease,
rxarrh la a local disease, greatly inrli
encetl by constitutional conditions. HALlf
CATARRH 1IKDU;INE will cure catant
It is taken internally and acts throuKt
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System. HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE
is composed of some of tho best tonics
known, combine! with some of the best
blood purifiers.- Tha perfect combination
of the inKredients in HALLS CATARRH
MEDICINE what produces such won
derful results In ftiiRrrhal conditio
Druggists 73c. Testimonials free.
V. J. Cheney '.. Props., Toledo, O.
513 Main St
Paints . I
milium. M slum iiisminn'
12.500 Square Feet of Floor Space
Stoves That Heat
Frcm the Floor Up
We have stoves that
bear that reputation. In
buying a stove why not
get one that will furnish
you the heat wanted.
Our stoves burn coal
and wood and range in
price from the cheapest
up to the more expen
sive. We have a few
stoves in our exchange
dept slightly used.
Cruikshank & Hampton
1 14-1 2s K. Webb St. QL'AJJTY COL'NTS I'Uone MS
Square Feet of Floor Space
Klectkm Tuesla.v, Xov. 2, 1920.
57 X Manuel Friedly
Itcpre&entative In liCgislaturc
I or I niatillu Comity.
Resident of I'matilla County 35 years.
I'roierty owner and taxpayer for 30
YOUll'lNTERKHTB ARK MY
Hogs Open Week Strong
Cuttle Steady to Weak
Arrivals for the Monday market at
Xorth Portland totaled 117 cars, com
pared with 83 a week ago, 24 two
Weeks ago; 175 four weeks ago, 104 a
year ago, 87 two yearss ago and .92
three years ago. Hogs were strong
'with one sale 25c higher, cattle ruled
steady to weak in the initial trade,
while shcep'were steady. .
In the hog alleys there was a run of
1398 head at North Portland over
Sunday. Of this amount three loads
went direct to killers to outside points.
One load of extra gooa sstuff, with no
extra freight to the North, sold during
the morning at an advance of 25c to
$17.50, but the general market held
early around $17.50 for tops.
General hog market ranget
Prime mixed $17.O0J17.5O
Medium mixed l.50(Ji 17.00
Smooth heavy -16.;0? 17.00
Rough heavy 13.00& 15.60
Pigs 12,00 16.00
Slow to weak undertone was shown
in the Norfh Portland steer market at
the week's opening, despite the general
steady tone indicated at the start in the
cow division. There was a run of
615 head in the cattle alleys for the
pening, as compared with 2046 head
week aso. Right loads of the day's
arrival went to outside killers and did
M)t entir the trade here. No early
prife changes were shown.
CJeneral cattre range:
Choice grass steers .....$ 9.0010.00
Good to choice steers . ... 8.00 9.00
Medium to good eteers .. 7.00 8.00
Fair to good steers, , . 8.25 7.00
Common to fair steers .. 5.iop 8.25
Choice cows and heifers 8.75 7.60
Good o choice cows and
belters 6.76 8.76
Medium to good cows and
heifers 4.75 8.75
Canners , , 2.75(9 4.75
Bulls '6.00 6.08
Choice dairy calves .... 13.00 15.00
Heavy calves 7.00 9.00
Best light calves . . . 11.00 13.00
Medium light caWcs ... 9.00011. 00
Best feeders '. 7.O0W 7.60
Kair to good feeders .... 6.00 7.00
Only a small run was shown In the
sheep alleys for the Honda morning
trade. Total supply was 574 head,
rnmnwl with V22 head a week ago
3 n I
AiHieMjriyi JlieK'aco'JC -
You will find this BIRD in the vast
majority of PENDLETON homes and
Boys' High Top Shoes
$198, $5.90, $6.50
Built only of sturdiest leathers,
with 7 1-2, 8 1-2 and 11 inch top,
pood weight soles, buckle tops.
Warm dry feet are assured when
you send him out in a pair of
these good shoes.
Penney Economy Prices.
$7.90, $8.50, $11.90
Just the coat for school or play, '
.plenty of .warmth without hin
dering a boy's movement. Good
looking coats, too, with full belt
ed models or belted backs. Flain
colors of dark brown or gray,
plaids in red or brown, $7.90,
Dressy coats, insuring comfort
and style with the usual attrac
tion of Penney low cash prices,
plain or belted styles with liber
al colars to keep out wintry
winds, ages 5 to 18, $11.90 to
Boys Heavy Fleeced
Unions 89c, 98c
The same old reliable heavy cot
ton union suits with pure white
fleece, sizes 6 and 8 suit, 89c;
10 and 12, suit 98c.
Rib Knit Fleeced Unions
98c, $1.29, $1.49 .
The attractive prices of fleeced
unions with the better fitting
qualities of ribbed garments,
aires 4 and 6, suit 98c; 8 and 10,
$1.29; 12, 14, 16, $1.49.
Heavy Ribbed Stockings 49c
The stocking that stands the
romping of vigorous boys, extra
heavy cotton, gives added
warmth, pair 49c
J. C. Penney Ck; A Nationwide Institution
and 2300 head a year ago. In the
early trading steadiness and unchang
ed prices were Indicated.
General sheep and lambs ranga:
East of mountain lambs $ 9.0010.00
Willamette valley lambs. 8.00W 9.00
Ktoek Market Suffers IHill
Isay IkuaiiNo of Strike. ,
kfav vnnif t t 19. Foreign sell-
inir tireeliiltated chleflv by the strike
of the British miners and domestic of
ferings originating mainly at tntcror
nolnts. were the restraining influences
of Monday's dull and heavy stock
Thu Krtish Industrial crisis was di
rectly responsible for another sharp
decline In lates of exrhange to Lon
don, sterling bills falling to their
low-, quotations for tho current
KvnhnnlFA nn oilier Important for
eign capitals was similarly affected,
French and Belgla.i remittances, also
lira and rates to Spain and Kwitzcr-
itui ilnir aharnlv. A new low rec
ord for remittances to Argentina was
rimarily due to that country's adverse
A.tvWa frnm home Industrial sec
tions strengthened the Improsslon-
that independent stall prouueers are
formulating plans for a downward re
vision of price schedules.
Steels and equipments, oils, Junior
rails, shippings, textiles and leathers
were the vulnerable features of tne
stock market. Rules 475.000 shares.
Rosier conditions ruled in the mon-
ley market. An opening rate of 7 per
cent for call loans held until yie last
few minutes, whet) offerings wcr
ade at 6 per cent;
TVimestlc and foreign bonds were
steady to firm, local utilities strength
ening. Total sales, par value, aggre
Old United Stales bonds were un
changed oh call
tent of rscent declines. First prices
were three points higher o 10 points
lower, but offerings were much light
er than recently with December con
tracts selling up from 6.25 to 6.66 and
May lrom 7.20 to 7.60. Last prices
wero tho best of the day. showing a
net advance of 25 to 36 po'nts. Octo
ber 6.25; Dec. 6.65; January 6.79;
March 7.27; May 7.60; July 7.85;
Spot coffee quiet, Itlo 7s 83-4;
Santos 4s 11 11 M.
Opening of Week Sties
Old (.rain Prh-e lliidlng.
SEATTLE, Oct. IB. City delivery;
Feed, rcratch feed $79 per ton; feed
wheat, $85; all grain chop, $67; oats,
$58; sprouting oats. $63; rolled oats,
$60; whole corn, $65; cracked corn.
$67; rolled barley, $62; clipped bar.
Hay Alfalfa, $30 ton; aouhlo com
pressed, alfalfa, $3C; ditto timothy.
$42: - Washington, mixed $38.
For Expectant Mothers
Used Br Three Gekerations
WOT. m soosLtr m erntmeoa us rat usr. ws
usniLD .isuutoi Co., Dm. I-D. Aruan. bk
Qjility Qiutit Sjfics;
Hear Conlrol Wheat l"rl'0.
Ileeaiuw of Brlthdi Ktrlke. '
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. 'Bears had the
advantage In the wheat market Mon
day, owing chiefly to the British coal
miners' strike and to a sharp ureas, in
sterling exchange. 1'rlccs closed
heavy 1 3-4 to 3 3-4c net lower, wun
December 2.11 to 2.11 1-4 and March
2.01 3-4 to 2.02. Corn lost 1 6-8 to 2c
and oals 1-26-8 to 7-8. The finish
In provisions varied from unchanged
to 1.15 down.
It was generally assumed that the
British strike meant unavoidable de
lay and curtailment of export business
in viiwi. This was emphasized by
jtho fact that sterling had dropped to
the lowest level since warcn, ana mat
acute weakness was shown by cotton.
a iut influnnce airalnst the bulls
was an enlargement of the visible sup
ply total, resides, there were aa vices
that 40 per cent of the receipts at
MlnneapolN came from Canatia.
Corn and oats gave way wun wneai.
Provisions were depressed.
Uallies In Coffee. Futures)
Follow Irrwnilar Opening.
NEW YOKK, Oct. 19. An Irregular
opening was followed by rallies In the
market for coffee futures Monaay on
covering by both speculative and trade
shorta and a scattering Wall street
demand which probably reflected in.
vestment Interest attracted by ho ex
l f .m' !' -' ' ' ' -1
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronlo and Narvoua Dtaeaaea and
Diseases ot Women. X-Uay( Elaotro
remple Bid. Boom II
W. R. TAYLOR
If elected 'will strive to
give the people an economi
cal and efficient adminis
tration. fPH Av.
4 and 7 Passenger Cars for immediate
Oregon jsfotor (jarage
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