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DAILY EAST CS2S05HAIT, PEHDLETOU, CSSSON, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2S 1820.
P.UTBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
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New Hats for
$2.98, $3.49, $3.98
$6.90, $7.90, $8.90
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Furnishing Goods,
at Low Cost to You
WHEN THINKING OF YOUR
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.
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AND GET THE LOWEST PRICES AND BEST QUAUTY
PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY I
BEARD'S CASH STORE
300 West Webb St
Out of the liigh rent district
Your Present anil Future Needs
When cont.,nplating now banking connections or
changing them, it Is well to give I lie matter of your
prmrnt and future needs due tliuught and oonssder.
Tlie hank's ability to meet an enlarged and dcvel
oping buninewt Its facilities and reputation for
strength, you no doubt consider essential.
All of these advantages are offered by the American
National Hank and its officers will be glad to have
you Inquire into it reputation to meet these
The AmencanNationa! Bank
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Cabaret Dancing Every Evening at the fjl
Basement St. George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
See Demonstration To-day of This Exclu
sive Feature the McDougall Auto-Front.
iALE HOW ON
Third Day To-day of Our Bis Ten-Dale Sale 01 newest
1920 Model McDougalls
We can not forecast prices on these cabinets after this
lot is aold. There is no telling how big your savings will
be by purchasing now. These are the highest quality
kiU'hen cabinets on the market Everything about them
is top grace. And quality materials are constantly rising
In cost So come before this stork is sold. Today we are
demonstrating h famous "Auto-Fronl" feature. Re
places swinging doors. Drops open automatically. Very
clever. Bee it!
Very liberal Terms, If Desired, While This
Sale Lasts. Ends in One Week.
Cruikshank & Hampton
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Report
Thfollowlng prices are the mice
being paid to producers by Pendleton
business houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will be spe
cifically mentioned. -
Hens and Poultry.'
Eggs, 70 cents in trade. (Retail price
is TE cents.)
Hens, It cents.
Spring fryers, 21 cents a pound,
Country Ham, Eta.
him, best quality, 28c
Bacon, best quality. 40c.
Butter Fat and Butter.
Ranch butter, $1.25 a roll. (Retail
price is also U.25.)
Hogg Lose Half Dollar
Cattle and Sheep Steady
Hogs dropped 50c again at North
Portland, cattle were slow but steady
and sheep steady. Receipts totaled 12
cars for Wednesday.
In the hog alleys there was a further
reduction of a half dollar in the North
Portland market. Tops dropped dur
ing the day to 115 flat and the bulk
of the limited supplies went below this.
In the eastern market there was a
general advance Wednesday but prices
there continue much below those in
effect at Portland. "
General hog market range:
Prime mixed .'. 314.500 15.00
Medium mixed 14.00W14.50
C&tarrb Cannot Be Cured
ly LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a iocal disease, greatly Inniv
anced by constitutional conditions. HALLf
CATARRH MEDICINE will curs catarrl
It is taken internally and acts througt
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is composed of some of the best tonics
known, combined with some of the best
blood purifiers. The perfect combination
of the ingredients In HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE what produces such won
derful results in catarrhal conditions.
Druggists 78c. Testimonials free.
If. 1. Cheney ". Props., Toledo, a
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Diseases and
diseases of Women. X-Bay Electro
Smooth heavy 14.00014.50
Rough heavy 10.60 13.00
While no change was shown in cat
tle values at North Portland Wednes
day, the market continues extiemely
quiet, steadiness Is generally noted
although sale la slow at the prices list
ed. General cathe range:
Choice grass steers $ 8.75 9.50
Good to choice steers . . . 7.75 0 8.75
Medium to good steers . . 6.760 7.75
Fair to good steers 6.25 0 6.75
Common to fair steers . , 5.50 0 6.25
Choice cows and heifers.. 6.500 7.00
Choice to good cows ai d
heifers 6.50 6.75
Medium to good cows ard
heifers 4.50 5.50
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 3.500 4.50
Cannera 2.50 3.60
Bulls 5.003 6.01
Choice dairy calves 13.00915.00
Heavy calves 7.000 9.00
Beat light calves 11.00013.0$
Medium light calea ... 9.00011.00
Best feeders 7.009 7.60
It was another quiet day in the
sheep and lamb alleys at North Port
land Wednesday. Arrivals were small
but there was little demand and prices
held practically unchanged.
General sheep and lamb range:
East of mountain lambs. $ 9.000 9.50
Willamette valley lambs. 8.000 8.60
Feeder lambs 8.000 8.60
Cull lambs 6.000 6.00
Yearlings 5.000 7.60
Wethers 6.00 0 6.50
Ewes ... 2.600 6.75
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Sharp rptunis Followed
By Setback in Wheat
CHICAGO, Oct. 28. Although new
upturns in the price of wheat took
place today the market afterwards
underwent a sharp setback. Attention
given to farm strike reports was the
chief bullish influence. On the other
hand, export buying appeared to have
come almost to a halt. The market
closed weak, 214" to 3 net lower
with December 2.06 to "2.06 y, and
March 2.00 to 2.00 14. Corn lost to
. In provisions the outcome .was
unchanged to 40c lower.
General buying associated "With cur
Known For Its
INSIST ON GOLDEN WEST FROM
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. Many of our friends delayed a few days in
seeing the first two groups of those .wonder
' fully good looking coats we advertised at the
above prices and the result was they were dis
sapointed in not finding many of the first ship
; We immediately wired in for another assort
ment, which arrived in yesterday's express.
In these new coats are velours, tinseltones,
silvertones and bolivias. Some have deep cape
'collars and many are fur trimmed In both
qualities you'll be surprised to find full linings
'of beautifully flowered silks.
Give yourself the advantage of the complete
; assortments of these new coats by seeing them
' at your earliest convenience. , .
CHILDREN'S NEW COATS
This last consignment of comfy coats
for youngsters include many coats for
wee folks, a good proportion of them
being in sizes from three to ten years.
Materials are mostly solid color coat
ings in very pleasing shades of brown,
tan, green and blue.
$7.90, 88.90, $9.90, $13.90,
J. C Fenney C A Nationwide Institution
rent advices about farmers taking con.
certed action to put a atop to rural
sales of wheat gave the market a de
cided upturn at the- outset Some
houses had messages which asserted
that farmers were picketing and were
sending back homeward producers who
were hauling wheat Other houses
said country acceptances of bids were
more liberal than had been expected
in view of the strike call. Conflict
ing gossip about settlement of the Eng
lish coal strike added to the uncertain
ty of traders, and the fact became
nu-e and more apparent that at least
for the time being exporters had al
most completely withdrawn from the
market. Throughout most of the re
mainder of the day, bears were In
control of the pit
Corn and oats merely reflected the
action of wheat. Provisions lacked
support. Packers selling was report
ed. ' ..:.!.
Speculative Stocks I'nder .
Incessant Pressure for Day.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28. The stock
market was under incessant pressure
Wednesday, the extent of the impair
ment, while comparatively moderate
In seasoned shares, assuming wider
dimensions among the more specula
tive issues. '
From the outset selling converged
around the steels, that group evident
ly being regarded as especially vulner
able because of the failure of the U.
S. Steel directors to increase the com
mon dividend yesterday. In all likll
hood, however) heaviness of steels and
affiliated stocks was directly due to
advices from leading centers of the in
dustry, where further" price unsettla
ment and reduced output seemed to
bo in progress.
cvntiiv.nentA. motors and their sub
sidiaries, oils, tobaccos, sugars, chem
icals and numerous unciassmeo spe
cialties were swept into the reactionary
movement at extreme losses of one to
five points. Ralls of the better type
.j. moderate concessions, but
Junior Issues eased sharply on small
offerings. Total sales amounted to
otMnh nf Axchantre' on London
foreshadowed ! early adjustment of
differences between the Britian miners
and the government. This was borne
out by cables received by private
hanking Interests, but the effect on the
stock market was negligible. Call
mone opened at 9 per cent and ad
vanced to 10 per cent before the close.
Bonds were Irregular on a relatively
ii ...mnvAr nnnulnr issues, lnclud-
Bllinu ii ' r- ' .
Ing liberties, showing no nominal gains
and recessions. Total sales, par value
$11,250,000.. Old U. B. Donas were
unchanged on- call.
Coffee Futures React Down ;
On Decline In Exchange
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. The market
for coffee futures showed further reac
tions Wednesday owing to the easier
ruling of the Brazilian cables and re
ports of a further decline In Rio ex
change rates. The opening was un
hanwi a nnlnta lower and there
were rallies of a few points right after
the call, but the market soon weaken
ed with March selling off to 8.05 or S3
points net lower and 90 points below
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Mie nign piw ui ,
datlon and scattered selling. ' The
.lriu nxnrlv the lowest point of
the day, showing net declines of 28 to
1 points. October 7.Z5; uecemoer
40r Jsnuary 7.62: March 8.07: May
8.37: July 8.67; flept. 8.84.
(attic and Sheep at
Kansas City Mostly Higher
.KANSAS CITY, Oct 98. Cattle 13,
000. Beef steers slow; steady to weak;
yearlings 16.00; she stock and bulls
mostly 25o higher; stock sales 40 to
50c higher; bulk cows and heifers 6.00
08.00; few lots 9.00012.00; canners
strong to 25c higher; bulk around
4.00; calves steady to strong; loaders
Bheep 10,000; sheep and yearlings
mostly 26c higher; western yearlings
9.50; ewes 6.00; fat Iambs steady; top
westerns 12.60; natives 12.00; feeding
lambs slow 11.25 paid.
Stock at Seattle are ...
Quoted Steady for Day
t SEATTLE, Oct. 28. Hogs Re
celpts none. Steady. Prime 15.50 0
16.00; medium to choice 14.50015.60;
smooth heavies, 13.60014.00; rough
heavies 11.50012.00; pigs 12.000
1 Cattle Receipts 284. Steady:
Prime steers 9.60010.00; medium to
choice 8.00 9.00; common to good
(.0007.60; beet cows and heifers 6.75
07.60; medium tto choice 6.6006.50;
common to good 4.0006.50; bulls 4.00
fti.60; calves 7.00TO16.00.
Downward HoTlalon la Itoed , .'.
and tiraln at Seattle .. ,
BRATTLE. Oct 18 City delivery.
Feed Scratch feed 177; feed wheat
179: all grain chop 161; tiM 85J;
sprouting oats 662; rolled oats 159:
corn 158; oracked.corn roiiea
ibarley 160; clipped barley $60. , ,
Hay Alfalfa 129 per ton; double
compressed alfalfa 115: ditto timothy
$36; eastern Wahlngtnn mixed 342.
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