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SITOBJIT tTEHKCr, OCTOSSS 23, 1820. :'
Phon. 432 300 We.t Webb Street
JIN BEARD'S CASH STORE
FLAP JACK TIME
Breakfast Bell Syrup... It' fine flavored cane and maple.
1-2 gallon, $1.00
Uncle John' Maple and Pure Cane Sugar Syrup
the Breakfast Delight
Uncle Johns, 1 pint , 50c
Uncle Johns', 1 quart 95c
Uncle Johns, 1-2 gallon $1.90... ....
Uncle Johns, 1 gallon $3.75
Crystal White, 1 1-2 lb. can 4 25c
Crystal White, 5 lb. can 69c
Crystal White, 10 lb. can $1.15
Dark Karo, 5 lb. can 59c
Dark Karo, 10 lb. can !$1.09
Karo Maple Flavor, 1 1-2 lb 35c
FitEE DELIVERY Phone 432
OUTBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
Tie IMing ot Your Boy
. Raising ami developing your boy physically and edu
rationally la not sufficient. The rtjdit kind of red
blooded youngster should lutve a rood workable,
knowledge of money, how to bank. Invest and luui
die (V under various conditions. To do this syste
nuuleally and successl'ully, dH him In starting
and kecplng-up a Savings Account in tliis strong
bank; do so the firs time you come down town,
corner Main and Alia streets. '
'Strongest Sank in Cast era Oregon'
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"j. C. Penney Co., A Nationwide Institution"
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Vernicol makes cli
keeps new furniters
from getting old
Dent discard that eld pb4 d
Earnitnra Just becaaM lta flniaa
eratched and marred. Give II t)
new lease on life niik a eoat o
IVerniooL the Jiffy-do-OTer Yarniali
tain. Stain and Taxniahet the
wood at each atroka of tha broilv
Bcratahea diaappear almott mafia
ally. Dried with a rich, hard,
flossy hwter. Wean and wears. .
t's good for floor, too.
Keep a caa of Vernicol naadji Kt
a great antidote for csreless servant
ad thovg htleia children. Cornea la aB
a popular ftniahaa, k fat i
aTd aad booklet
513 Main St
If you expect to enjoy the comforts of Fall and
Winter driving your car must be in the right kind of
Bring it here each and every job is supervised
by an expert mechanic. ..
General Auto Repairing
Cottonwood and Water
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AW GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Beporti
Th following prices era tha erlcm
being paid to producers by Pendleton
business houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will ba soa-
Hens and Poultry.
Eggs, 70 cents In trade. (Retail Drlc
is vs cents.)
Hens. 10 cents.
Spring fryers, 2 cents a pound.
Country Ham, Eta.
bam, best quality. 28c.
Bacon, best quality, 40c.
Batter 1st and Butter.
Kanch Butter, tl.25 a roll. (Rstall
price is aiso 1.26.)
Hogs steady to Weak
Cattle and Sheep Steady
Six loads of livestock entered the
orth Portland alleys Friday, but one
f these -was a direct shipment to a
packer. Hogs were steady to weak in
spots, cattle were steady, while sheep
were considered about steady.
With Chicago down to $13.40 and
ther eastern values still lower, the
Friday market for hogs at North Port.
land was somewhat mixed In character.
Only a small run was shown for the
day, total being 338 head, and early
prices, -while wpak in spots, were unchanged.
iVeates an appetite, aids digestion,
purines the blood, and thus relieves
scrofula, catarrh, the pains and
aches of rheumatlsnt and g!ve
strength to the whole system.
Nearly CO years' phenomenal sales
tell the story of the great merit and
success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
lr 'ust the medicine you need now.
Hood's Pills hejp fine cathartk
. .$ 1.000
, 1.00 0
, . 6.50 p
General hog market rang:
Prime mixed $15.600 10.00
Medium mixed 16.00 15.60
Smooth heavy 1 5.00 16.60
ncugh heavy lz.oaeii aa
lp'8 12.06 14 50
Xo cattle came forward to North
Portland for Friday, but the trade In
general was considered steady. A few
holders were sold around prices pre-
General cattte range
Choice grass steers . . .
Good to choice steers .
Medium to good steers . .
Fair to good steers
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers
Good o choice cows and
Medium to good cows and
neifers , 4.75S
Bulls 1. 00 B
Choice dairy calves .... 13.00016.00
Heavy calves 7.000 1. 01
Best light calves 11.00 013.00
Medium light cales ... (.00011.00
Best feeders 7.00 0 7.S0
Fair to good feeders ... . '0.000 7.00
No change whatever was shown in
prices or condition in the sheep and
lr.mb trade at the opening of the Fri
day market at North Portland. A fair
run of 572 head was shown and prices
General sheep and lambs range:
Rant ot mountain lambs.) 9.000 9. Do
Willamette valley lambs. 8.000
Feeder lambs 3.00 0
Cull lambs 5.000
Wethers t.00 0
The Penney Company
Offers Lower Prices
With a thoroughly organized staff of buying experts continu
ally on the alert; with available cash to grasp every opportunity th?
big markets of the nation afford, we are always able to offer stand
ard merchandise at savings well worth while.
With the present decline in prices we are in a position , to offer
economies almost unheard of outside our institution.
A careful scrutiny of the items listed herewith will give an inkl
ing of what savings may be madein each section of the store. ":
Pay Day and Underbill
Standard Union, made bibbed Overalls, pair. ... $1.98
Indigo Blue, Stifel stripe, bib Overall, pair . $1.49
Men's Pay Day work shirts made of standard grade, blue or gray
chambray, sizes 14 to I814 each $1.19
Men's Canvas Gloves, pair 15c, 19c, 23c
Men's Heavy Wool Sox 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c
Men's Heavy Weight Cotton Union Suits ........ $2.25, $2.49, $2.98
Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool Union Suits, each. . . . . . $3.49, $4.50, $4.98
Men's Fine Ribbed All Wool, Heavy Weight Union Suits $6.90
28 in- Percale, light and dark
patterns, yard , .23c
36 in. Percales, attractive pat
terns in light and dark
grounds, yard 33c
36 in. Percales, good heavy
quality, fast colors, yd.. . . 39c
27 in. Amoskeag Apron Check
Gingham, brown, blue and
black checks, yard ...... 23c
27 in. Dress Ginghams, Amos
keag, Red Seal, Toile Du
Nord; all well known stand
keag 1921 cloth and other
well known brands of stand
ard quality in light, dark and
plain colors, yd. 35c
32 in. Devonshire and - Kiddie
Cloth, well known materi
als in pleasing patterns, the
16 in. Bleached Crash Towel
ing, part linen, blue banded
edge, yard 25c
36 in. Berkeley Cambric, a fine
muslin with cambric finish,
suitable for undergarments,
yard . : ..39c
ard brands, fast color, yd. 39c
27 in. Outing Flannel, Amos-
The above low prices will give you a small idea of the savings
you can make by outfitting your entire family at our store. We so
licit a comparison of our prices with any prices that may be quoted
to you on standard merchandise.
Samples of piece
goods sent upon
Mall orders prompdjr
attended to. Kindly
rut-lose postago - to
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.
(1 Penney Cii,
A Nationwide Institution
Stock Maiiket Rises and
Falls With Indecision.
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. The stock
market again rose and fell mostly
within a contracted era Friday, the
extreme listlessness of prices and light
dealings expressing the further Inde
cision of traders in the absence of
Gains predominated among the
usual, leaders, however, until the fi
nal half hour when the rate for de
mand loans suddenly rose to 10 per
cent, the maximum of the week, on
the withdrawal of funds by local and
interior banks. Despite the late re
action a few stocks, such as Canadian
Pacific, Utah Copper, Studebaker,
Mexican Petroleum and United Fruit,
registered net gains extending from 1
to 6 1-2 points. Losses among the in
dustrial leaders, notably steels, equip
menu and food specialties, were lim
ited to fractions. Bales 425,000 shares.
Apart from the money flurry, which
seemed to be regarded as a temporary
Incident, most of the day's develop
ments were of an encouraging charac
ter. Favorable Inferences were drawn
from the deadlock In the British In
dustrial situation and the view of
Chairman Gary respecting steel trade
prospects were helpful to shares of
The success of the t25.000.000 loan
to Denmark, offered by local banking
Interests and Indications of extensive
accumulations of high grade bonds
bore further testimony to the stability
of ths Investment market.
Usual leaders In the bond market
were overshadowed In speculative In
terest by the new foreign flotations.
Interborough Issues lost some of their
recent advance. Liberties were Irre
gular and most other domestic rails
and Industrials eased slightly. Total
sales, par value, tit, 476,000.
OTHERS SELL COAL
THE COAL WITH NO REGRETS.
' Quality Qua tit Siricsj
Acuve Export Buying
Leads to Better Prices.
: CHICAGO, Oct. 23. Active buying
for export together with optimistic
advices in regard tor prospective settle
ment of the British coal strike led to
sharp advances Friday In the wheat
market. Prices closed strong, 4 to
1-2 net higher, with December 2.02
to 2.02 1-4 and March 1.96 3-4 to 1.96
1-4. Corn gained 1 to 1 1-2 and oats
1-20 3-4 to 7-3. On provisions the
outcome varied from 40 cents decline
to 25c advance, .
It was estimated that export pur
chasing totalled fully 2,000,000 bush
els. Most of this was for shipment by
way of the Gulf of Mexico to Belgium.
France, Italy and Switzerland. Liber
al buying of flour for Greece and Swe
den was also reported. Highest vric-
es of the day reached just before the
close, came after many sharp fluctua
tions due more or less to bearish'Vicws
early about the British strike outlook,
flattering crop reports from Argentina
and gossip that rural offerings In Kan
sas were the largest of the season.
Corn and oats were governed chief'
ly by the action of wheat. Temporar
ily oafs touched the lowest point In
Fresh breaks In the value of hogs
brought aout conslderale liquidation
by holders of provisions, i
Demand for Wool Moderate
With Prices Unchanged
- BOSTON, Oct. 23. The Commercial
Bulletin today says;
. "The demand for wool continues
moderate with prices changed but lit
tle. The choice Australian wools
bought largely by America are firmer
since the opening In Melbourne al
though the average to Inferior to wools
have shown a declining tendency end
withdrawals have been heavy.
"The goods market here Is rather
chaotic still, but the willingness of ope
ratives In the mills to accept cuts In
wages of 15 to 20 per oent In order
to keep mills running Is one of the
most hopeful sigtna at the moment.
Scoured basis: , i
Texas, fine, It months, 90 1.05;
fine, months. 80 085.
California, northern, tl.Oi0t.lO:
middle county, 9501.00; southern, 85
Territory, fine staple, 1 1.15 01.20
half blood combing, 1.0001.05; 3-1
blood combing. 70075; quarter blood
combing, 57 000; fine clothing, 1.00 1
1.05; fine medium clothing, 80 0 90.
Pulled, Delaine, 1.0501.10; AA, 90
0 95; A supers, 80085.
Mohairs, best combing.
best carding, 33 035.
Catttle Plain and Steady
reeding Imh Down 25c
KANSAS CITT, Oct. 23. Cattle,
1.400. Quality plain; all classes around
steady; medium to good cows 5.500
7.50; canners 3.76; best vealers 13.60.
Sheep 300; no trade on fat classes;
feeding Iambs 26 to 60 cents lower.
Foley's Honey r4 Tar
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Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Jhronle and Nervous Dsns us aad
Diseases of Women. X-Bay Electro
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W. R. TAYLOR
If elected will strive to
give the people an economi
cal and efficient adminis
tration. . . . 4,
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