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DAILY EAST OSBOONIAIT, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1920.
BEARD'S CASH STORE
A NEW STORE
NEW GOODS COMING EVERY DAY
All priced down to meet the present day demand
Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags, Men's Wool
and Silk Hosiery; Leather Vests, Wool Blankets, Cot
ton Blankets, Quilts, etc.
GROCERIES BEST QUALITY
At Good Old Time Prices
For your next order, or call at our store
300 WEST WEBB ST.
The Store That Guarantees Satisfaction
WJ,TBURSTS PE EVERETT TRUE
I J LOOK Ooff r UHAT Afcts VoO
jTRYiNts. to do f cook OUT '!! 2
In order to get a proper aspect of Wall Street, It la
well to know the mode of trading by curb brokers a nit
the manner of manipulations of bucket shops. Curb
brokers, who by and sell on the street, may or may
not be honorable In their dealings. Not having mem
bership ill a reputable exctuuige, tiiey necessarily are
not bound by its strict rules.
-iiuttketsnops are not 1 ling more or less than gambling
placed. T!c commodity in which they supposedly
deal, is used to place their bets on, and oftentime Uie
whole outfit la fake, telegraph service and all. . la
trusting money w.th operators of such places is like
gambling with unscrupulous and unreliable gamblers.
The AmerfcanlTaiioiial Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronto and Nsrvous Dlaeaaet and
Diseases of Women. Z-Bay Electro
rampla Bid. Room 11
Two of the most homelike hotels
n Portland, located in the heart of
the shopping and theater district.
All Oregon Elecric trains stop at
the SEWARD HOTKL the House of
Cheer. Excellent dining room in
connection. THE HOT FX OK
NKL11S. the Hou.se of Welc-inc. is
only two short blocks from the Se
ward. Our brown busses meet all
trains. Hates SI. 50 and up.
W ,C. CCLBERTSOV. Prop.
Adult-beginner taught in li lesson.
ty mall. No teacher required. seir-
nstruction course for advanced pi'
Learn 67 styles of Baas. ISO Synco
ated effects. Blue Harmony, Oriental
?hime. Movie and Cafe Jan. Trick
nding.i. Clever Breaks, Space Fillers,
ax Slurs, Blue Obligato and 247 other
ubjects. Including Ear Playing. Only
oirse in existence teaching up-to-the
nlnute p.aying of Popular Music in
HEAL. Jazz Form. A Postal brings .ur
FREE Special Offer. State whether
beginner, medium or advanced.
WATERMAN PIANO SCHOOL,
917 Willamette St.. Kagewe. Qe.
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J. C Penney Co., A Nationwide Institution
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Beports
The following prices are the prices
being paid to producers by Pendleton
busirsss houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will be spe
Hens and Poultry.
Eggs. 70 cents in trade. (Retail pries !""SS a"a Sheep Steady
Bacon, best quality. 40c
Butter Fat s-id Batter.
Ranch bu'.ter. $1.25 a roll. (Retail
price Is also 11.15.)
Is 75 cents.)
Hens, 10 cents.
Spring fryers, 28 cents a pound.
Country Ham. Eta.
Kam, best quality, 28c
A Motlier'g Recommendation
Mrs. Kate Deets, Maysville, Mo.,
recommends Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as follows: "I gave Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to my children establish new Quotations with the ex
Hut Cattle Arc Depressed
It was a very small run of eight cars
that greeted the North Portland trade
at the opening of the Tuesday mar
ket. Hogs were about steady with cat
tle rather depressed and sheep ap
With only a limited run for Tues
day, weakness was rather Intense In
the cattle alleys, although there was
not enough business at the start to
Dr. David B. Hill
Artificial Teeth a
Heats 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 of
stove is 6uch 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 ia al
ways warm if you have a Radium heater.
Heating Stoves from $12.50 up
Your old stove taken in exchange
Cruikshank & Hampton
rfaooa MS QUALITY COUNTS 1S4-IS8 E. Webb fit.
when they had croup and whooping
cough and I and my husband have
both taken It for colds and coughs and
it has never failed to give the desired
relief. I cannot praise this medicine
too highly." This remedy contains no
opiate and may be given to a child as
a confidently as to an adult.
Beware of a Persistent Cold
When a cold hangs on week after
week or when you contract a fresh cold
before you are over the first one.
there Is great danger of some germ
disease getting a start In your system.
The average consumptive will tell you
that "I had a hard cold last winter
that was followed by a bad cough that
I have not been able to get rid of," or
ception of calves, which were lower,
General cattle range:
Choice steers $ 8.25 9.00
Good to choice steers... 7.25 8.25
Medium to good steers . , 6.25 7.25
Fair to good steers 5.00 6.75
Choice cows and heifers (.25 0 7.00
Medium to good cows and
heifers 4.25 5.2!
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 3.25 4.25
Cannexs 2.60 Q 3.25
Bulls 6.00 t.Ot
Choitv dairy calves .... 13.00 15.00
Heavy calves 7.00 S.0
I Best light calves ..... . 11.00 13.00
Medium- light cales ... 9.0011.00
Choice feeders 6.75 7.25
42 in. Pillow
im KWK-'I ws.-- us i i In. i
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.
$1.19 to $2.98
to BWs, Loir Prices
Fresh from the mills comes this assort
ment of soft warm blankets. By'far the
most pleasing range of patterns we have
had this season. Coupled with the low"
prices the new market conditions afford
one may enjoy beautiful cozy blankets
$2.93, $3.98, H98
Good weight cotton sheet blan
kets, brands known as the very
best, colors are gray or tan with
pink or blue borders, sizes are
68x80 and 72x84.
Woolnap Plaids 66x80
Big downy blankets of the well
known Nashua brand, beautiful
new colorings, heavy quality,
weight more than four pounds,
pair . $5.90
Solid Color Woolnap
Extra large size, either tan or
gray with pretty harmonizing
borders, 72x80 inches, weight
full four pounds, pair. . . . $5.90
White Woolnaps 66x88
Pure white, large size blan-.
kets, soft and fleecy, lockstitched
ends, pink or blue striped bord
ers, pair $4.98
4 Lb. Woolnaps 66x80
Solid colors only, gray or tan,
pretty striped borders, pair $5.50
- Woolwich 5 Lb. Blankets
The large size and good weight
of this blanket with a goodly per-.
centage of wool makes it a very
warm blanket, gray only, 68x80,'
pair $7.90 ,
Homestead Wool' Blan
kets 72x84, $13.90
Really you would have to be
tpld this blanket contained cot
ton to know it. .fcU'tho warmth
and wear of all wool with a big
saving thrown in, beautiful pink
and white or blue and white
block plaids, pair $13.90
J. C Penney A Nationwide Institution
General sheep and lamb range:
East of mountain lambs 9.00 10.00
Willamette valley lambs 8.60 (.00
Feeder lambs 8.00 8.50
Cull lambs 8.00 6.00
Yearlln.TS 6.00 7.50
Wethers . .- 6.00 6.60
Ewes 1.00 4.60
something to that errect. wny taKe.Kair to good feeders ... 5.75 6.76
the chances of such a result when while local hops are not bringing
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous(above 114 at North Portland for
Tuesday, diversion rate stuff Is still
quoted nominally as high as (14.25, al
for Its cures of bad colds may be had
for a trifle,
For an Impaired Appetite
though no further sales at that price
Loss of appetite always results from are announced. Run in the alleys for
faulty digestion. As a general rule,
all that Is needed is a few doses or
Chamberlain's Tablets. They will
strengthen the stomach, Improve the
digestion and give you a good appetite.
They also cause a gentle movement of
the bowels. 11
When you feel blue and that every
thing goes wrong, take a dose of
Chamberlain's Tablets. They will
cleanse and Invigorate your stomach,
regulate your liver and bowels and
the day was but 250 head.
General hog market range:
Prime mixed :.. .'.$13.76 14.2
Smooth heavy 13.25 13.75
Rough heavy 10.0012.2
Fat pigs 12.2513.75
Feeder pigs 11.00 13.5
Further reduction of at least a half
dollar was shown In the price of ewes
at North Portland Tuesday. There
was only a small run of 801 head In
the sheep and lamb alleys for the day
and general conditions were about
make you feel that this old world Is a steady, ewes being the exception. The
good place to live In. letter were quoted at $ 1.00 $4.60.
THE FORDSON TRACTOR
The surest sign of the Ford son success Is the Imi
tation by competitors as there have been doxens of
different makes of tractors manufactured in the past
two years designed after the Fordson
Henry Ford built, rebuilt and tested the Fordson
for years before it was put on tho market two years
ago, hut now It stands head and shoulders above any
other make in the light tractor field. In fact over one
third of all tractors in use In the United States today
are Fordsons.. TliLs is unique as there are something
like two hundred makes offered for sale. It speaks
for sturilhicss of construction, abundunt power and
ease of handling.
The Fordson will take any ordinary nix mule load
and handle it any where. It is the logical power for
summer fallow wohk for the wheat fanner as it will
handle tikis work day after day, using an average of
less than two gallons per acre. Dust cannot harm
lie working parts as all are enclosed dust proof and 1
carburetor is equipped with air washers that waslies
ill air taken in.
Give us a chance to demonstrate, on your farm,
the work tlm Fordson Is capable of doing. Work of
all kinds. Plowing, diKdng. liarrmving, hladcing,
seeding, and power work such as wood sawing, luty
chopping, ft-ed grnding, etc,
Drop 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 tiie liuntlk-Kt, cheapicxt and most practical power
you con use.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408. Corner Water & Johnson St.
Stock Exchange Business
In Dull and Contracted
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Business on
the stock exchange Tuesday was dull
and contracted In comparison with
recent feverish activity but the under
tone showed greater firmness on the
further elimination of weakened ac
In large part the market's stability
was ascribed to sentimental Influences
created by the brisk recoveryof for.
eign exchange and fulfillment of yes
terday's promise of easier money.
Demand bills on London rose 7
the pound over last week's minimum
and exchange on Paris also Improved
The Creek rate made no visible re
sponse to political developments.
Call money opened at 8 per cent, the
Irwest initial figure of the month, and
held at that rate.
The cheaper motor shares and sev
eral of the food products and equip
ments again proved vulnerable
pressure, shippings also falling sharply
in the latter dealings. -Sales 775. -000
Home market reported additional
concessions In leading commodities,
including a cut in refined sugar to be
ley ten cents. Further downward re
vision also resulted from the backward
movement In textile and kindred trades
gathered fresh momentum.
Liberty bonds and most other do
nestic Issues were Irregular on smaller
offerings, the International group
however, manifesting a better trend
with foreign exchange. Total sales,
par value, $14,400,000. Old V. 8,
bonds unchanged on call.
8; fed native heifers 10.60; canners
Sheep 6.600; fat lambs 25 to 60c
higher; natives it.75; fed western
12.10: sheep steady; no choice feed
European Buying Bolsters
Chicago Wheat Market
CHICAGO, Nov. 17. European buy.
it g, actual and prospective, did a good
deal Tuesday to lift values In the
wheat market The finish, although
nsettled, was 1 to 4 c net higher
with Dec. 1.87 Vi to 1.87 and March
77 H to 1.77. Corn closed He net
lowed to 3-8 advance; oats up 1-4 to
3-8 and provisions varying from 30c
ecllne to a gain of 35 cents,
Bales of wheat to Belguim were es-
mated at 1,000,000 bushels, 'pre
sumably altogether Canadian grown,
and there was much talk of an effort
to arrange credits In this country to
enlarge exports to Germany. Bullish
sentiment was also given emphasis by
the smallness of the stock of wheat
here and at other western centers and
by the persistent meagerness of rural
offerings.- In the last part of the day,
however, the market underwent
moderate reaction as a result of profit
taking by traders who apparently
deemed that the advance had been
enough for the time being.
Corn and oats tended to reflect the
For the most part provisions were
weak with hogs.
I.N tic Change Apparent
In Fruit and Grains,
SEATTLE, Nov. 17. City delivery
Tuesday Feed Scratch feed $71:
wheat $76; all grain chop $58; oats
$r7; sprouting oats $62; rolled oats
$59; whole corn $55; cracked
Jlartl Colds People whose blood Is
pure are not nearly so likely to take
hard colds as are others! Hood's Bar
ssparllla makes the blood purs; snd
tliht great medicine recovers the v-'
trm after i cold as no other medicine
d ies. Taks Hood's.
rolled barley $60; dipped barley
Huy Alfalfa $29 toi.; double oom
oressed alfalfa $36; ditto timothy $42;
cory eastern Washington mixed $36.
There's More Real Satisfaction'
says the Good Judge
In a little of the Real To
bacco Chew, than you eVer
got out of the ordinary kind.
The good rich taste lasts so
long you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often that's
why it costs you less to chew
this class of tobacco.
Any man who" uses the Real "
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put ufi in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco 1
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Cuttle Arrivals Weak;
Ijuuhs Bought Higher.
KANSAS CITT, Nov. 17. Cattle
Tuesday, 3600; calves weak, uneaven,
choice vealers 12; many heavy calves
78.60; all other classes slow , fully
25c lower with spots off mure; stock
ers and feeders dullest early steer
sales 7.60 12.25; Texas cows 6,00 (
We now have Chevrolet 490 Model for imme
Remember, in case of a reduction in price be
tween now and next May we will refund in cash
the full amount of any reduction... Better protec
tion could not be offered.
We are always glad to demonstrate 1 "
I Oregon jfotor Garage
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