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tin. feisi jttob&Ut, Iekdleton, omgoh, Saturday evening, November 27, 10.0.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE !
i. C Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
BED'S CASH STORE
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.'
GROCERIES FOR SUNDAY DINNER g
Do Your Xnui Shopping Early
Store Open Until 10 O'clock Saturday Evening
Many useful gift articles now on display, till mod-
erately priced. Just take a little walk down West r
Webb street, only two blocks off Main street, and see
the big savings offered on seasonable merchandise, E5
such as Dry Goods, Notions, Sweaters, Leather Coats,
Men's Dress Pants, Gloves, Hosiery for Ladies, Chil-
dren and Men, Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Mil- s
BEARD'S CASH STORE
300 Wot Webb St.
Phone 432 Ef
Tle moral benefit of brine known as a customer of
a bank where strength and character are Mte salient
traitn, I ronKrdfd as essential an your bank balance.
Confidence enter larftPtV Into all business tram-as.
lions. The custom of a concern handling a large vol
um of business as well as those handling compara
tively a small volume, reflects the character of bank
uir reuuonship maintained.
Hine the Influence of the American National Bank
affects the customers affairs directly and Indirectly.
The AmerfcanJfai ional Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
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 Interest.
. We represent the VERMONT lOAST TRUST
COMPANY of Spokane, and, will give you prompt
SEE TS ABOCT A 1X3 AX NOW
Snow & Dayton
VE SEMj "LAND"
117 East Omirt St. Plione 1072
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE
THE MORE CAREFUL YOU ARE
TO BUY THE BEST COAL, THE
MORE CERTAIN YOU WILL BE TO
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Nominal Receipts of Stock
In Portland for Day
Only cattle came forward to North
Portland over the holiday. For the
Friday trade there was only a nominal
market. Hogs were considered fully
steady, cattle steady to easier and
In the cattle alleys, there was a
noticeable degree of sluggishness In
the market for feeder stuff at North
Trading on Stock Exchange
Utile t'lianged in Aspect.
NEW YORK, Nov. 27. Trading on
the stock exchange Friday presented
no material alteration in its salient as
pects from previous sessions of the
week, price movements being extreme
ly irregular when not actually heavy.
Apart from the relaxed tone of the
money market which extended to
bankers' acceptances and commercial
Portland Friday. Good killer stuff haslpaper, developments and advices over
been scarce of late and this class has
shown a fairly steady tone at un
Choice steers 8.50 9.00
Good to choice steers . . . 7.50 S.00
Medium to good steers.. 6.50g7.5(i
Fair to good steers 6.25 6. B0
Common to fair steers .. 5.25 6.00
Choice cows and heifers . .6.50 7.00
Good to choice cows and
Medium to good cows and
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 3.50 It
Bulls -.. 5.00
Choice dairy calves
Heavy omivea ....
Best light calves , . ll.0013.0t
Medium light calfes ... .0011.00
Choice feeders 6.75 7.25
Fair to good feeders .... 6.75 6.75
While no carload lots of hogs were
noted at North Portland for the Friday
morning trade, the market indicated a
steady tone. With no hogs in sight,
killers began to inquire for supplies,
especially those who had purchased
the holiday recess were again or
character to Inspire extreme caution.
Grain quotations suffered another
sensational decline, other commodity
markets were nervous and one of the
most Influential of the Independent
steel manufacturers adopted lower
prices, "due to the law of supply and
Exchange on London was firmer.
Shippings, oils, stcets and coppers
were the most vulnerable issues, their
reactions of from 1 to 5 points keeping
pace with reduced business, lower
prices ana reuuction or output, espe
cially In the metal industry. Neutral
izing features were restricted to sev
eral of the investment rails, notably
coalers, also American woolen and
sundry specialties. Sales 704.300
Call loans for the day and into com
ing week held at the one rate of six
per cent and an enlarged volume of
business in acceptances and mercan
tile loans was reported at the lower
Although the new issue of Canailian
Northern bonds was quickly taken
liberally at the low prices and were i the general bond market was .-'nil and
therefore in a position to profit by an
General hog market range:
Frlme mixed .$11.00 11.75
Smooth heavy 10. 75011. 25
Rough heavy 9.00 9.75
Fat pigs 9.5010.50
Feeder pigs ". . . . 9.0010.50
In the sheep and lamb trade there
were no fresh arrivals for the Friday
trade. Quite fair stocks were carried
over the holiday and there appeared a
slow and weak tone In the trade al
though no price changes were made
during the early session.
General sheep and lamb range:
East of mountain lambs $ 8.50 9.50
Willamette valley lambs. 8.00 8.50
Feeder lambs .' 7.50 8.00
Cull lamb 6.00 6.08
Yearlinffs BOO 7.50
Wethers 00 6.60
Ewes 1.00 4.50
heavy .especially for liberty Issues, the
second four quarters losing one point
and the fourth four quarters a large
fraction. Total sales, par value, $15,-
Old IT. 8. bonds unchanged on call.
Demand for Wool Keeps
Witliin Narrow Limits.
BOSTON, Nov. 22. The Commer
cial Fulletin of Boston today says of
the wool market:
"The demand for wool has contin
ued within narrow limits during the
week. Some fine and fine medium
original bag territory wools have been
sold at 70 to 90 cents, according to
staple, to various mills. There Is a
stronger belief that prices are near-
Why Pay More?
Our low every day prices are a reliable guide for your buying.
Under market condition 'that make it almost impossible for the
average person to keep posted on the actual current, worth of any
commodity, our policy of price protection based upon the daily mar
ket observations of1 our buyers in New York, St. Louis and St. Paul
assures you of costs faithfully reflecting the lowest levels.
Compare our prices with any you find anywhere, not excepting
so called ' special sales." ,'
PAY DAY AND UNDERHILL
standard Quality, .Union made
Bib Overalls, pair ...... $1.79
MEN'S PAY DAY WORK
SHIRTS, standard grade blue
or gray chambray, each. . 98c
25 Inch Fair Quality Outing
Flannel, white only, yard. 19c
27 Inch Good Quality Outing
Flannels, plain white, dark or
light patterns, yard 23c
36 Inch Heavy Quality Outing
Flannel, white only, yard 29c
27 Inch Heavy Robings, patterns
and quality that will make
pleasing and comfortable bath
robes for every member of the
family, yard . .' 75c
27 Inch Duckling Fleece for ki
monas, night gowns, etc., the
yard t ; 39c
30 Inch Plisse Crepe for dainty
underthings, white, blue or
lavender, yard 49c
27 Inch Percales, light and dark
patterns, yard 15c
36 Inch Good Quality Percales,
stripes, dots, etc., on dark and
light grounds, yard 19c
36 Inch Heavy Percales, in a good
range of , pleasing patterns,
36 Inch Best Quality Percales,
all desirable patterns, yd. 29c
36 to 38 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 Vic
Pequot Sheets, 72x90, each $1.79
Pequot Sheets, 81x90, each $1.98
81x99 Good Quality Seamless
Sheets, each $1.89
17x32 inch Cotton Huck Towels,
18x34 inch Cotton Huck Towels,
each ...... ... . . 39c
18x34 Part Linen 'Huck Towels,
18x34 part Linen Huck Towels,
hemstitched border, each. 39c
J. C Penney Co., A NationWide Institution
The goods market Is still unsettled.
but some sales of surplus clothes are
being made to better advantage."
Texas Fine, 12 months, 90 95c;
fine, 8 months, 70. ,
California Northern. 95; middle
county, 90; southern. 60 65.
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple, 9i T
97; eastern cl-thlng, 7075; valley
No. 1, 85.
Territory Fine staple choice, $1
1.05: half blood combing, 90; 3-S
blood combing, 6065; 1-4 blood
combing, 60; fine clothing, 708)75;
tine medium clothing, 55 60.
Pulled Delaine, 90; AA, 80; A su
Mohairs Best combing, 4042;
best carding, 33 ft 35..
to the postponing temporarily of low
er quotations on British exchange
which later recovered.
Rallls took place later, influenced
by estimates that one million bushels
had been bought to go to Europe from
ports on the Quit of Mexico. An
nouncement, however, that the Bel
gian government had withdrawn .from
the market led to a fresh setback as
the day came to an snd. Corn aad
oats at first sympathised with wheat
depression, and December corn touch
ed the lowest point since before the
war. In the last part of the session
the scantiness of country offerings
tended to make the market harden.
Provisions were steadied by an ad
vance In hog values.
Worth Iokota Failures
to use Slump In Wheat,
CHICAGO, Nov. 27. Strained flnan-, 179; steady,
cial conditions In North Dakota had medium to
much to do yesterday with a violent
new break In the price of wheat. For
the first time in several years the ce
real commanded less than $1.60 a
bushel. There was a nervous close at
6 to 7c net decline with Dec. 1.52 1-2
to 1.53 1-4 and March 1.48 to 1.48 3-4.
Corn finished at l-4c loss to 3-8 gain,
oats up 1-8 to 3-8 and provisions vary
ing from 20c off to an advance of 2
Attention to the remarkable series
of rural bank failures In North Da
kota was so eager and general among
wheat traders that a selling stampede
could be easily foreseen. As soon as
the market opened, rushes to th bear
side of the market began, and buyers
were rstralnd through knowledge not
only of the North Dakota banking sit
ing the bottom rapidly.
"The foreign markets are generally uatlon, hut also on account of a fresh
slow. - break In the cotton market and owing
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Livestock Are Steady
In Sttln Market
SEATTLE, Nov. 27. Hogs receipts
smooth heavies 10.50 11.00; rough
heavies 8.50g)9.00; pigs 11.00012.60.
Cattle Receipts none. Steady.
Prime" steers' 9.008.60 '"medium to
choice 7.508.60; common to good
6. 00 ' 7.00; best cows and heifers 6.50
f?7.00; medium to choice 6.00r?6.00;
common to good 3.50W5.00; bulls 4.00
8.00; calves 6.50 13.00.
Foley's Honey Tar
F- av Y ImM F Cm MJUm
TlNoSwiltmti for Ftlty't Wny S Tmr
dnien; pullets 62j5 64 ; storage 6!.
Butter City creamery. In cubes,
5( cents per lb.; bricks or prints; heo
onds In cubes 52; bricks 53; country
creamery extras, cost to Jobbers In
cubes 64; storage 48r50c.
$100 Reward, S100 --5'.,rrh
to loc' 0M grestly Inflo.
need by cemtitutlonsl eoi.dltiona It
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I Urn." HAIX'S CATARRH MEDIOINB
OMtroys th. foundation of fh.
f!l". th '"nftl by Improving
th t.n.rtl health and assists nature la
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Cstsrrh that HALL'S
MJDDICINB f.ll. to eur.
Crutsl.n Wo. Testimonials fre.
r. 1, Cbsney Co., Toledo, Ohio,
Fags and Creamery Produce
Steady and Unchanged
SEATTLE, Nov. 27. Eggs Select
local ranch white shells 75 cents per
WASHINGTON !! Olive Chace, li-iear-old Washington scnooigiri, nas sepi m scrap duo
f tiewsDaW picture, of President Wilson evtr inc he took office. H-;r mother wrote to Wilson.
dimt Tm iht nlnd' u result. Mrs. Wil.or. Invited Olive to the WhIU House Oat lb. are
dent might look over the collection. Did Olive go!- You Juit bet the did! (
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From Its Dreadful Paint and Achtt,
Ts properly to be sought In a good
blood medicine, because authorities
say rheumatism Is a blood disease;
acid has entered the blood, settling
in the muscles and Joints. That's
what makes the sharp, sudden,
shot-like pains, causing you to
Jump and cringe in agony.
Hood's Sarsaparilla comprises
remedies that every physician pre
scribes for rheumatism, combined
with , other blood-purifying,
tonic and strength-building In
gredients in a formula vastly su
perior In make-up and In curative
power. It does give positive relief.
Thoitsand say so. Ho will you.
For a One laxative take. Hood's Pills,
1100 00 for any ess ef
Overbeds & Cooke
Pendleton, Walla Walla, Portlaad
Member of Chicago Board of
Private Wires to all Exchangee
Stocks Bonds Grain
Room Judd Uldff. , Phone M
When Irregular or suppressed use
Triumph pills. Safe and always de
pendable. Not sold at drug stores. Do
not experiment with others; save dis
appointment. Write for "Keller' and
particulars, it's free. Addaess: Nati
onal Medical Institute, Milwaukee,
may seem a long way
off but we are already
making pictures to be
used as Christmas re
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