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EASTRBaORUN, rENDLKTON, OREGO!?, SATySPAY EVENING, KQVSriBSH , IMP
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If Men Leather Lined
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r3 Corduroy and Moleskin Shell, priced $ 16. 50-$ 9. 90 1
t-5 Men's Extra Quality Corduroy Pants, made just like ES
E5 dress trousers $5.95
H Wool Shirts ". $4.95
:5 Wool Sox, light and heavy ...65c to 90c Es
Wool Gloves ; 50c to $1.251
2 Varm Underwear .'. $2.00 to $8.50 EE
II GROCERIES Highest Quality Lowest Price f
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The average man. outride of large oomnirrnal ern
tn. thinks or Wall street as of thing highly speo.
utative. rantc-ulsiy the game of chance. To his
mind, VII street i a pku where inoncy is quk-klj
made, and lost and a T"xh1 place lo May away from.
The hero hi a ntvri or In a movie Marts business In
Wall stmt on a shoestring; has It run Into millions
and rolls hi wealth.
A closer vrw of It workings will show it to bo
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The AmencanKS ional Bank
'Strongest Bank in Gastern Oregon"
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department.
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Cabaret Dancing Every Evening at the
Basement St George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
It'8 time to think about heat
ing your home for Winter and
with this thought in view, we
want to call your attention to our
readiness to assist you in getting
the most heat into your home at
the least expense to you.
We have made a close study
of heating questions and our help
and experience is at your service
in getting the right heaters to suit
Our Ktoolc of heatlnf stove was nev
er larger or more complete and we're
ruady to show you through thi depart
ment and talk over. your heating prob
lem. Come In soon and lt ua (how you
how you can save money by getting your
want at this store.
Special, a big bargain in a
each as long as they last.
Cruikshank & Hampton
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DAILYMARKET MS, LOCAL Hi GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Beports
Th following prices are the prices
being paid to producers by Pendleton
business houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will be spe
Hens and Poultry.
Eggs, 70 cents In trade. (Retail price
is 76 cents.)
Hens, It cents.
Spring fkjrers, tS cents a pound.
Country Ham, Eta
lm, best quality, 28c
Bacon, best quality. 40c
Butter Fat arid Butter.
Ranch butter, $1.25 a roll. (Retail
price Is also SLI&.i
Hogs Sell 25 Cent8 Higher
Cattle and Sheep Steady
Only five loads of livestock entered
the North Portland yards for the Frl.
day trade. Hogs were a quarter high
er, while cattle and sheep were con
sidered steady. '
Forecants of The Journal Market
$100 Reward, $100 .
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. It
thsrsfor requires constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATAKRH MEDICINE
is taken internally and acts th.'ough the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature In
doing Its work. flGO.OO for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CAVARRH
MEDICINE falls to cure.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
T. J. Cheney Jt Co., Toledo, Ohio. ,
Department that the price of hogs
here was too low and that an advance
would be forced, was confirmed dur
ing the Friday trade when carload
lots were moved at $14.50, an advance
of 25 cents above the recent top.
There has bean apparently not the
slightest excusse lor the previous low
price here aside from the hope of
packers to grab greater profits. They
nave not reduced the price of their
commodities at all to conform to the
lowered price of hogs, therefore, the
auvance in live hogs should have no
immeaiute erreet upon the price of
General hog maricct range:
Prime mixed-. 14.00i)14.50
Smooth heavy 13.50 14.00
Rough heavy 10.00 I2.2.i
Fat pigs 12.00 fi 13.00
Feeder pigs 11.001J.00
Only a very small run of 35 head
was fhown In the North Portland cat
tle alleys for the FrUlay trade. Gen
eral trade conditions continued about
steady at the previous range.
General cattte range -
Choice steers $ 8.75 ffl 9.C0
Good to choice steers . . . 7.76 8.75
Medium to good steers . . 4.75 7.75
Fair to rood steern ' A9R3 a It
Common (o fair steers .. 5.50 8.25
Good to choice cows and
heifers fc.iOffe (.60
Ciiolce cows and heifers.. 6.50 ft 7.00
Mealum to good cows Sri
heifers 4.50 '9 6.50
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 3.50 ? 4.50
J. C. Penney Co A Nationwide Institution
Open for business about
Nov. 1 in the Penland
Bldg. Same old stand,
with late styles and new
. High Grade
42 in. yard 49c
R B II".
Opposite Hotrl Pendleton.
$1.10 to $2.98 Ea.
The Bedding You Need ls
Here for Less
The bedding section has
come in for its share of
price adjustments as well '
as pther departments
throughout the store as
ithe quotations below tes
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Nashua Cotton Blan
kets, soft finish, good size
medium weight, 64x76 in.
gray or tan with pink, .
blue or brown striped bor-
ders, pair ......... $2.98
Nashua Cotton Blankets with
the same soft warm finish but of
a heavier quality than the, blan
ket above, 64x76 inches, tan on
ly, colored borders, pair . . . $3.49
Nashua Cotton Blankets,
heavy weight, good size, 64x76
inches, gray only, pink or blue
banded borders, pair. ..... $3.98
Nashua Heavy Woolnap Blan
kets, made of high grade cotton
treated to look and feel like wool,
plenty of warmth without
weight, 66x80 inches, lockstitch
ed ends, light gray or tan, at
tractive colored obrders, the
"Large Woolnap Blankets, same
weight and quality as mention
ed above but is 72x80 inches in
size, gray or tan. Pair. . . . $6.90
Woolnap Plaids Soft, downy
blankets in dainty colored plaids
with their woollike finish are
very attractive, 66x80 inches,
$6.90; 72x84 inches. ...... $7.90
Bungalow Blankets, Part Cot
ton, soft fleecy blankets with a
good percentage of wool, 68x80
inches, light gray, pleasing col-
ored borders, ends bound with'
mohair ribbon, weight 41' lbs.
Pair . ..."$9.90
All Wool Navy Blankets, a
, very heavy single blanket of se
lected wool, weighs over five
pounds, generous size, lock
stitched ends, each $7.90
, Winter King Wool Blankets, a
small percentage of cotton gives
this fine warm blanket extra
wearing qualities, plain gray, '
colored borders, mohair bound
ends, weight 5 pounds, 72x84 in.
Golden Fleece Blankets, 100
Per Cent Wool. Only the . very
. finest fleece wool goes into this
beautiful blanket and with rea
sonable care and use . will last
one almost a lifetime, 72x84 in.,
weigs 5 pounds, pair. . . . ..$17.90
Comforters1 $3.49, $3.98, $4.50,
$4.98, $5.90, $6.90. If you prefer
comforters to blankets you need
look no farther than our bed
ding section, many sizes, pat
terns and fillings makes selec
tion easy. M 4,
J. C Penney Ca, A Nationwide institution
anner!' 2.60 3.68
-.. .00 6.0
Choice dairy calves .... 13.000 16.04
"wvy caives ........
Best light calves
Medium light caleg ,
Fair to good feeders .
No change was made In sheen. an1
lamb prices at North pni.mi dvm..
The day's run -was small and former
prices generally prevailed here.
General sheen and lamh n.,.
East of mountain lamh a nnn' t
Willamette valley lambs. 8.00 8.60
reeoenamDs 8.009 8.68
Cull lambs k.ooq (.08
rearllngs 6.00 7.6e
viners nftiffl iti
Ewes s r.rna trm
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i Here is a real paint
Lowe) Brothers High
Standard ps a better paint
than you hare erer used
before. Better because it
last longer and looks bet
ter as long as it lasts.
Beit of all. while it costs
nor per gallon, it goes far
Umt uau ber Poiau, there
for It always costs less ;
square vara sppuea.
Ulk Dto.J.wl l
Bil. a KA TrrBTB nf MIL.
ing but the best and purest
We want you to try ft ssi
year next painting job. Tea
will never gain us any etbss?
Ask for booklet aa4
card. ikiU are irat,
L J. McATEE
613 Main St
RnslnesA In Wool Oulet
Hut. Hopes are Revived
B08TOX. NOV. (. Th ,mm..
cial Bulletin todav
BUSInesS In the local wool mark.
during the week has been quiet and
prices have been rather Irregular and
weak, although the trade is feeling
tetter over the outlook .,i r
l lie KepuDlican landslide with ll. ni.r
antee of a tariff revision In favor of
more production. ,
"The goods market is still ehnniln
ana tne manufacturers are flounder
mg around trying to find a -working
basis. Retailers and held tn ha ih.
cniei stumbllna block to nvmnn.
Hon of normal business, Blnce they will
not make cuts In prices, apparently
waiting for the holiday trade to help
mem liquidate high cost Inventories
Texas Fine 12-months 9(1 f. inn
fine 8-months idtfiTHn.
California Northern i.AK- - mliMi.
county yvwbc; southern 60 6 6c.
Oregon Eastern Vn. 1 inl. t Aft
eastern clothing 75 80c; calley No. 1
Territory Pine ataole 1.00411.10
half blood combine ftftiStiaile ihr..
eighths blood combing 70; 1-4 blood
o'moing 67W; fine clothing 80
vi; line meaium Clotning 85W7U.
Fulled delaine 86 01.00: AA sOfi)
vo; A supers 6g70.
Mohhairs Best comblnni- 4042
cost carding 330Z5.
Honcrul Aspots In Buslnoss
Morn IYmIv V.mnhAHlxeH -
NEW YORK, Nov. (.Duns today
While the hopeful aspects li bus
tness are helnr rather mnr. frlv am
phasized with strengthening of confV
aence in certain quarters, general con
dltiona have not changed essentially
A belated turn to more seasonable
weather in some sections of the coun
try has given moderate stimulus tn u
retarding and restricterf movement st
retail, and holiday requirements may
De expectea to later uring at least a
temporary revival of consumers' buy-
Infl' Th. iinrl.rlvlnff Mltiial..n In
mary channels, however, is still char
acterised by the phases which -have
recently become familiar and which
reflection In receding nrlcex and
diminished output with a further 'les
sening of operating forces In many
PABKEXflKTt AND FRFJOHT BKRVIP1B
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No. ... K. A. Victoria.
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Nov. 1 Imperator
Nor. SO .f. Cassandra
Nov. M . Carmania
Nov, 13 Aqultanla
Nov. J5.. .... Caronla
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ClierbouK ami Hm,tll..
leuwgrow via Morale.
Patriui. Dubrcnrilr j"' "
klM-rbourg, 8otit lump tnn
. vmuuin, IIKV-Oourg, UHidun .
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MR. N. J. BLYDENSTEIN, AtenC Pendleton
or Company's Office, S81 Htmnd Avenue, Seattle. Phone Bltott IMS '
WE ARE PROUD OF
The Cleanest Coal in the World.
THAT IS WHY WE SELL COAL BY
y NAME. ' ,
Beware of the Dealer That .
Sells an Unnamed Coal. ,
Wj. Phone 178
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