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TUESDAY EVENWO: NOVEMBER 16, 1920."
DAILY EAST OltEGONIAN, PENDLETOH, OREGON,
QiJJBURSTS OF, EYERETT TRUE
J. C. Penney Co, A Nationwide Institution
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NEW GOODS COMING EVERY DAY
jES AU priced down to meet the present day demand EEs
NEW ARRIVALS EE
Es Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags, Men's Wool
ss and Silk Hosiery. Leather Vests, Wool Blankets, Cot-
ESS ton Blankets, Quilts, etc.
ff GROCERIES BEST QUALITY
U At Good Old Time Prices
1 Phone 432 1
pjsj For your next order, or call at our store ES
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The Store That Guarantees Satisfaction
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V" 'I' HAVJS on SsG- in Yootf A lWY
In order to get a proper aspect of Wall Street, It to
well to know the mode of trading by curb brokers and
the manner of manipulations of bucket-shops. Curb
brokerq, who by and sell on the street, may or may
not be honoral! in their dealings. Not having mem
bership ill a reputable exchange, they necessarily are
not bound by it strict rules.
Bwbetsbops are nottUng more or less than gambling
' place. The commodity in which they supposedly
deal, to used to place their bets on, and oftentlme the
whole outfit to fake, telegraph service and all.. In
trusting money with operators of such places to like
gambling with unscrupulous and unreliable gamblers.
'Strongest Bank in Castern Oregon
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V Kwouj IS Tr4S PRICES MfRKSD ONi THS
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Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
The following prices are the prices
being paid to producers by Pendleton
busiriss houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will be spe-
Hens and Poultry.
Eggs, 70 cents in trade. (Retail price
Is 75 cents.)
Hens, 20 cent
8prlng fryers, 28 cents a pound.
Country 11am, Etc.
Kim, best quality, 28c
Bacon, best quality. 40c,
Butter Fat and Butter.
Ranch bu'ter, $1.25 a roll. (Retail
price is also 11.25.)
I HAVE MONEY
Do yon want money? If so, come In and see us.
We are prepared to negotiate loans on wheat land
lying north or east of Pendleton. live years to pay,
and a very reasonable rate of biterest.
We represent the VKHMOXT 1XA.V & TRUST
COMPANY of Spokane, and will give you promW
SHE US ABOUT A IX) AV NOW
Snow & Dayton
sharp Cut In ling
Prices Murk. Weeks Opcniimg
One hundred and twelve carloads of
livestock entered the North Portland
yards Monday. Market for hogs was
sharply down 75c for the day, cattle
were about steady with a good run,
while sheep were steady, with the ex.
ceptlon of ewes, whrch continued slug
A cut of 75c In the hog alleys at
North Portland Monday morning,
while, startling, was nevertheless ex-
Fected by the trade, in view of the
sharp reductions In the eastern value
recently. One load of extra good stock
with a diversion freight rate sold at
$14.25 14.36 during the morning, but
thb general top did not climb above
114.00 and was weak at that.
General hog market range:
Prime mixed S1S.75914.2S
Smooth heavy 13.25ill3.75
Rough heavy ..( 10.0012.25
Fat pigs 12.25(813.75
Feeder pigs 11.0013.50
Romo extra a-ood heifers from tho
Condon section brought a liberal prem
lum at North rortland Monday morn
ing, but the general trade was about
unchanged, although the top on choice
cows and heifers was lifted to $7.00.
'WE SELli LAND"
117 East Court St.
HEAL ESTATE FARM LOANS
Heat your house with one-third the fuel
Burns wood or coal equally well
A high grade parlor heater. Built especially for use
of both wood and coal.
The Radium has duplex grate. By simply turning
grate, stove is changed from wood to coal. The shape or
stove is such that wood will lay flat on grates. Has hot
blast tube, also gas burner on side of firepot, which makes
it an ideal coal heater.
Let us put a Radium in your home. Your floor is al
ways warm if you have a Radium heater.
Heating Stoves from $12.50 up
Your old stove taken in exchange
Cruikshank & Hampton
boi Ml QUALITY COUNTS 114-1M E. Webfc St.
An all 'refinery
gasoline with a
of boiling point..
flAXDARD OH. CO. ),
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.
J. C. Penney Co. Everyday
PAY DAY AND UNDERBILL
standard Quality, Union made
Bib Overalls, pair $1.79
MEN'S PAY DAY WORK
SHIRTS, standard grade blue
or gray chambray, each. . 98c
27 Inch Good Quality Outing:
Flannels, plain' white, dark or
light patterns, yardc ..... 23c
36 Inch Heavy Quality Outing
Flannel, white onlyryard 29c
27 Inch Percales, light' and dark
patterns, yard . . . . .J.'. .7. 15c
36 Inch Good Quality Percales,
stripes, dots, etc., on dark and
light grounds, yardl 19c
36 Inch Heavy Percales, in a good
range of pleasing patterns,
yard 23 c
36 Inch Best Quality Percales,
all desirable patterns, yd 29c
36 to 33 inch Filet Curtain Nets,
of good quality and attractive
patterns, yard 49c
Kiddie Cloth, galatea and devon
shire cloth, yard ........ 35c
27 inch Genuine Amoskeag
Apron Checks, yard ..... 19c
36 inch Silkoline, good quality,
. suitable for draperies com
forter coverings, etc., yd. 25c
Comforter Coverings, good qual
ity, pleasing patterns, yd. 15c
25 inch Prints, standard quality, ,
white figures on blue or black
grounds, yard ........ 12 'jC
17x32 inch Cotton Huck Towels,
18x33 inch Pure
18x34 inch Cotton Huck Towels,'
' 18x34 Part Linen Huck Towels,
each . .. 39c
18x34 part Linen Huck Towels,
hemstitched border, each. 39c
Those are not "special sale" prices nor is there any unsatisfac
tory strings fastened thereto. Just straightforward ' merchandising .
on a cash basis by one of the largest and fastest growing retail or
ganizations in America. With the foundation of its success based
upon that time-tried policy "The Golden Rule." , . ,
J. C Penney Ct. A Nationwide Institution
General cattle range:
Choice steers a.zsw
Good to choice steers... 7.26(B)
Medium to good steers . . t.iiii
Fair to good steers . . . . 5.00 w
Choice cows and heifers .sec
Medium to good cows ana
Fair to medium cows and
r-hni.. ri.irv calves .... IS. 00015.08
Best light caivea .......
Medium lilht caivea ... .000 11.00
ihni fo.rt.r. 6.75fi 7.25
v.i. , feedra ... D.73U O.IB
While steadiness continues m m
Bflwn anrt lamo imue
.North Portland, the market for ewes is
still depressed. A recent sale of ewes
at $1 indicated the depth into wnicn
the ewe demand has lauen.
General sheep and lamb range;
F.ast of mountain lambs $ .00 10.00
Willamette valley lambs 8.S0 .00
Feeder lambs "
Cull lambs . ""'
Wheat Climbs to
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uecemuer wiibiii nuc, wm
1.80 today, closed at 1.84, while
M.rrh wheat which opened at $1.71,
closed at 11.75. Following are the
ointinn from tha Chicago wheat
market received by Overbeck
Cooke, local brokers.
Open High. Low Close
lowing the declines of last week; how
ever, and prices firmed up later on
covering accompanied by reports of a
firmer tone. In cost and freight offer a.
iVIarch rallied from 7.50 to 7.80; with
more active monehs selling 21 to 28
points net higher during the middle of
the afternoon. Thera were reactions
of a few points later under reallslnc
with March advance of 1 to II points
December 7.00; Jan. 7.21; March
7.08; May 7.; July 1.10; Bept $.60.
Spot coffee quiet; Rio 7s 7 $$
Hun ton 4s 10 l-4m 1-t.
The surest sbm of the Fordson sncceiw Is the Imi
tation by competitors as there liave been dozens of
different makes of tractors manufactured In the past
two years designed after the Fordson
Henry Ford btiflt, rebuilt and tested the Fordson
for years before it was put on the market two years
ago, but now it staiKls head and shoulders above any
other make in the light tractor field. In fact over one
third of all tractors hi use In the United States today
are FordHona. This is unique as there are something
like two hundred makes offered for sale. It hpeaks
for sturilmcss of construction, abundant power and
case of handling.
The Fordson will take any ordinary six mule load
and handle It any where. It is the logical power tor
summer fallow woitk for the wheat farmer as It will
handle tltis work day after day, using an average of
less than two gallons per acre. Dust cannot harm
lie working parts as all arc enclosed dust proof and
rarmiretor Is equiimed with air washers that washes
all air taken In.
Hxe us a chance to demonstrate, on your farm,
tlie work tle Fordson Is eaiiuhle of doing. Work of
all kinds. Plowing, discing, harrowing, bladeing,
M-edlntc and power work such as wood sawing, hay
chopping, fed grnding, etc. '
lM-op in or call us up and our tractor man will
be glad to demonstrate to yon on your own farm with
no obligation to buy If we cannot convince you that It
Is the handk-st, dieaiMest and most practical power
yon can use.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408. Corner Water & Johnson Sti.
1.66 1.66 1.66
1.38 1.46 1.39
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.)
London, $3.37 8-4.
Berlin, , 0119,
Canada, .8 825.
N. T. Call money, 7 per cent.
Exort Ituying Puts t'P.
Pi Itc of Wheat Monday,
CHICAGO, Nov. 18. Material up
turns in the price of wheat took place
Momlnv with much of the buying as-
ciifcod to export housess. Bolshevik
success in fouthern Russia was con
,f . 4, itniiiiih factor. The market
cloned firm, 3 3-4 to 5 1-2 net lilsher
with rieeen-.her l.?3 8-4 to 1.84 l-
in.l March 1.75 14 to $1.75 8-4. Corn
finished unchanged to 8-4 higher;
oats m. 1-S-S3-8 and provisions un
changed to an advance of 90c.
Developments regarding grain at
tracte d more attention In wheat .pits
than did news about unfavorable at
pccls of the general business situation.
Scantiness of receipts here together
with Id. m multiplying that farmers
were refusing to sell counted f.lso as
a handicap on the bears.
Selling pressure on corn and oats
forced tl.'tn to the lowest prices yet
this fcuscn lut wheat strensth
brought about rallies.
Flrmneja In provisions w.is largely
result of higher quoiauons on
Coffee Futures Open lower
and Rally to Net tlaln. '
NEW YORK, Nov. 18. (A. P.)
The market for coffee futures op
ened at a decline of 1 to .7 points un
der further scattered liquidation. The
pressure was much hisa aWlve, fol-
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