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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1920)
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J. C. Penney Co, A .Nationwide Institution
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Men's Felt ;
$2.49, $2.08, $3.25
Felt - Slippers.
$1.29, $1.49, $1.69
Yov T-OcK THAT VJU'RC NO STUOeNT 0
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.
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Rome Beauties and Winesap Apple.
Royal Club, 5 pounds L, $2.50
American Club, 3 pounds ..;.j$l.l0
Blended Bulk, l pound ....38c
All Coffee we sell is guaranteed or money refunded
Phone 432 for your GROCERIES Best Quality.
ORDER SUGAR TODAY $13.50 100 Lbs.
HI'S CASH STORE
3 300 West Webb Street, out of the high rent district. H
Our last nfftrtal rrixirt shows fotal rpsoiim-s of nror.
ly Hve Millions of IHrtlars. A large part tticrrof has
been accumulated from small beginnings, the growth
of accounts of a few dollars. The facilities of this
bank hare been developed to take care of large and
complicated traiMactkms, and are at the services of
We invite yon to take advantage of our services and
to talk over with our officers your particular needs,
whetlier large or small.
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
Cabaret Dancing Every Evening at the
Basement St George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
Dining Room Furniture
We are showing a large assortment in William and
Mary and Queen Anne periods in the Mahogany, Ameri
can Walnut and Jacobean Oak in sets or separate pieces.
Special, a big bargain in a
each as long as they last.
Cruikshank & Hampton
14-IIS F. KrMi Rt. OI'AIJTY rOITT Phone 14
J1Y MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Keporta
Thb following DriMfl trn m-ftA
being paid to producers by Pendleton
uumnesa nousea Wherever retail
prices are given the face sill t
liens and Poultry.
Eggs, 70 cents in trade. fRptnll nHn.
Is 75 cents.)
Hens. 20 cents.
Spring fryers, 28 cents a pound.
Country Item, Eta
him, best quality, 28a
Bacon, beat quality. 40c.
Butter Fat arid Butter.
Ranch butter. 11.25 a mil. -rii
price is also $1.25.1
All Prices for Livestock
(Are Unchanged for Day
inirteen cars formed total arrival
at .onn i-ortland Thursday, but of
this amount only a small portion en
tered the regular market. All prices
were considered unchanged for the
nog market prices continue at
514.25 for tops at North Portland.
quotation that appears somewhat too
low, In view of the stiff advances made
In the Eastern trade. While Eastern
market values were advancing. North
Portland was dropping. At one time
there was a difference of nearly 3 cents
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Conquer Your Rheumatism
If you are going to aeain relv
upon the liniment bottle to try to
rub your Rheumatism away, yon
will be doomed again to nothing
but disappointment 'A disease
that can cause so much pain and
suffering is not on the surface of
the skin, and cannot be rubbed
Many forms of Rheumatism are
caused by a tiny disease germ in
the blood, and in such cases the
only logical treatment is to search
out and remove these germs from
For this purpose there is no more
satisfactory remedy than S.S.S.,
the fine old blood remedy that has
been in use for more than fifty
years, and has given such general
satisfaction for Rheumatism.
Begin taking S.S.S. today, and
if you will write a complete history
of your case, our medical director
will give you expert advice, with
out charge. Address Chief Medical
Director, 160 Swift Laboratory, At
Open for business about
Nov. 1 in the Penland
Bldg. Same old stand,
with late styles and new
Cosy House, Slippers Comfortably Priced
Kid iJoudoir blippers .
Exactly as illustrated, high grade
colored kid, flexible leather sole, vamp
ornamented with silk pon pon, colors
are pink, lavender, blue and brown.
Same style made of genuins Skinner's
satin, quilted, pink, blue, old rose .and
lavender, pair $3.49
E-Z Felt Cuff, $1.79
A very practical slipper at a price
that make it easy to enjoy their com
fort, similar to illustration, a trifle
higher and finished with cuff. "Elk
hide sole and heel, colors are black,
blue and gray, pair , $1.79
Juliet Fur Trimmed $2.25 -Popular
fur trimmed style as shown,
flexible leather sole, solid leather heel,
vamp ornamented with felt bow and ro
sette, black, wine and gray, pair. $2.25
Daniel Green Cdmfys
$2.25, $2.49, $2.98
A wonderful array of these depend
able and favorably known slippers are
displayed in our south window in col
ors to match kimonas or bath robes of
almost any shade, some are ribbon
trimmed, others have a perforated
banding at top and many sport dainty
silk pon pons.
The one illustrated is shown in two
qualities and several colors, priced at
$1.79 and $1.98.
Amoskeag, A. F. C, Red Seal and Toile Du Nord Ginghams. . 33c
Standard Percales, 27 and 36 inch widths, dark and light
grounds, yard :.. 23c and 27',c
36 inch Silkolines, dainty patterns for draperies, comforter
coverings, etc., yard , , 25c
Comforter Covering, reflecting lower replacement costs, yd. 19c
J. C Penney U, A Nationwide institution
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Here is a real paint .
Lows Brothers High
Standard is a better paint
than you hare erer used
before. Better because it
lasts longer and looks bet
ter as long as it lasts.
Best of all, while it cost
more per gallon, it goes far
ther Uuui Shet points, there
for it always costs UhU par
square yard applied.
High Standard has bee
made for 60 years of noth
ing but the best and purest
We want you to try ft em
your next painting Job. Yea
will never again use any other
Ask for booklet and
card. Both are fret
a pound between Portland and Chica
go on hogs. In favor of this market,
hut this has been ettlrely wiped out.
The only change noted in the hog
market here for the day was in feeder
pigs, an advance of 50 cents to II be
ii.g shown for the day. This alone In
dicates that killing stuff Is too low.
General hog market range:
Prime mixed-.-. $14.00-314.25
Smooth heavy 13.60 0 14.00
Hough heavy 10.00 12.2 j
Fat pigs 12.00 13.00
Feeder pigs 11.00 13.00
No change whatever was Indicated
either In price or condition of the cat
tle market at North Portland Thurs
day. Only a small run was shown anj
rotations -were continued.
General cattie range
Choice steers t 8.75 9.60
Good to choice steers . . 7.7C S-75
Medium to good steers . . 6.75 7.75
Fair to good steers 6.25
Common to fair steers .. 5.50
Good to choice cows and
Cnolce cows and heifers. 6.60
I Medium to good cows ard
Fair . to medium cows and ,
Canners 2.50 3.50
Bulls (.00 (.0
Choice dairy calves . ... 13.00 15.00
Heavy calve 7.00 t.OS
Best light calves 11.001J.00
Medium light cales t.00 11.00
Beat feeders 7.00 7.S6
Fair to good feeders 6.00 07.00
Out of the fair supply that entered
the sheeD alleys for the day, alt but
one single deck went direct to killers,
and, therefore, did not go upon the
market. General trade conditions
General sheep and lamb range:
.East of mountain lambs, t 9.00 9.60
Willamette valley lambs. 8.00-0 8.50
513 Main St
All Cattle Mow and
'net-en While Wicop lose
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 6. Cattle 8,-
00: all classes slow and uneven; beet
steers slow; stockers and feeders ave
iaaglng 25 cents' lower; best steers
14.00; others- 7.6013.25; bulk she
stock 6.00ihi8.00; canners, and bulls
steady to 2i cents lower; most canners
4.00 f( 4.25; calves fully steady; bulk
good and choice vealers 14.00 14.60.
Sheep, 6,700; sheep 2560o lower;
tup ewes D.76: fat lambs 60c lower;
feed lambs 13.00; feeding lambs steady
to ?&c lower.
I COIOY'S CASH GROCERY
If SUGAR, ALL YOU WANT, in 25 lb., 50 lb. and 100 lb
SUGAR, ALL YAU WANT, in 25 lbr, 50 lb. and 100 lb. .
sacks, at the lowest price. ' .'
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BUTTER Danish Brand, lb. ....'...1....... ...60c
Milk, Federal Brand .....13c
Milk, Hebe Brand, 2 for 25c
Milk, Carnation Brand 15c, 7 for $1.00
HILLS Red Coffee, ...1 lb., 55c 5 lb., $2.70
'Hills Blue Coffe ........; ...l lb. 40c; 3 lb. $1.15
Quaker Corn Flakes 1.....2 for 25c ,
Peaches, No. 2 tins sliced or halves, each 35c
Pineapple, tin 20c, 35c and 45c
Produce Quotations '
l-'rom New York -Hy.
NEW YORK, Nov. 6. Butter fir
mer; creamery higher than extras 63V4
64; creamery extras 6314 564;
creamery firsts 47 62. . .
Eggs strong; frech gathered extra
firsts 7 4 H 78: freHh gathered firsts
Cheese firm: state, whole milk,
flats,' held specials 2SV4W28: state,
whole milk, twins held specials 26ft
The New 1921
have arrived. Come in and look
Oregon jfotor (jarage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET