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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEME23 10, 1920.
UUJBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Extra Soecidr '
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
DULY EAST OXZaofflAH, raDtlloS, 022aoi
Isfflatioa of Stock rrk-vt
On Wall Wivrt W(lncNwd.
NEW YORK, lw. JO. Deflation
tit price In the mock market made
encompassing a number of high class
shores well as many others mhos
Intrinsic value seem to have become
more or less conjectural.
At bedtime rub the throat
chest thoroughly with
V V Al-O F
Ckxtl7 M,ltkmJonUJ V. -
SAVR TOmSEIJP fit I
fcy having your Raw Fur mad Into
at our place? At the same tint your
old one remodeled, repaired, cleaned
ao they look like Xmw. At prices that
are right, la
we mount anything from a fly to an
M. R. MOITR
Spokane, Wash. a Bernard St., So.
Write about our deer head contest.
The further reaction lacked ex
planation, other then that offered by
the varlone factors and Influences
which have effectually served their
purpose ever since s-gns of commer
cial and Industrial depression became
too apparent to be ignored. .
Support of the usual market lead
ers was lukewarm at best, while
' .... rf IVa na. upnl ....
lietles featured by motors and their
accessories, chemicals, food Issues
and shippings registered net losses of
1 to ( 3-5 points.
Dividend paying rolls and second
ary transportations fell one to three
points. Southern Pacific being sub
.'ec ed to almost continuous pressure.
Sales 1.000.000 shares.
Scarcity of time funds again fea
tured the money market, after all da
urinrnd loans had been satisfied.
Exchange on London and Paris was
not materially altered but rates to
!nsiern Europe) especially Greece,
continueli to w waken, while remit
tances to China reflected another vio
lent I reak In the London financial
-vsido from its general heaviness,
which extended to liberty Issues, the
bond market was dull and featureless
tt.e " foreign group elono showing
stejtdint ss. Total sales, par value.
m.tiO.OOO. Old United States bonds
unchanged on call.
For Expectant Mothers
Cseo Et Tehee .e.esat.8ns
am m soosutr sonnsitoo us ns ust. pan
uiniu aneutoa Co, Dm. S-n, Atusta. e.
Cattle and nuecp Steady
to Higher at Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, Dec 10. Cattle 4.
000. t Beef steers steady to strong:
spots higher; fancy yearlings 14.50,
other sales g.75 11.76; fat she stock
steady to weak; good heavy cowf
6.60 11: others steady; canners most
ly S.75fi4.00; calves like low time
Wednesday; practical top ; 11.00.
others steady; canners mostly .3.754?'
4; calves like low time 'Wednesday;
practical top 11.00.
Sheep 4.000. Sheep steady to S5c
higher; fat lambs 25 to 40o higher; fed
westerns 10.60. '
1 UNIVERSAL RECOGNITION OF I
1 SUPREME ACCOMPLISHMENT IS I
1 THE RESULT OF UNUSUAL 1
Service Trucks overcome Weston Mountain's 1
so-called impassable roads (during winter I
months), taken like Grant took Richmond. I
Service Trucks have finished a twenty-day
5 haul of potatoes from Weston
they have been working every day through rain,
snow and mud, and over the worst roads in the
state of Oregon. They have proven to the most
skeptical their supremacy over their weaker
sisters. . They have proven to all that they are
1 regular He-trucks.
Information and prices cheerfully given at
Minolta poll Quotes Wheat
at $1.5 1-4 and $1.60 7-H. ,
. MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 10. Wheat
December, $1.68 1-4; March. $1.0 7-8.
Oats December, 44 l-2c; May, 47
Rye December, 11.45 1-8; May.
Barley December, 60 l-4c; .May,
71c. ; -
.Cash barley,' t5T. ' - y
Flax NO. 112.2262.23. ' " ' "
Slay noUvery $1.77, "-
WINNIPEW-, Dec. 10. Wheat De
cember $1.77 5-8; May. 31.77.
Feed, Hay and Grain
Market at Old Level.
, SEATTLE. Dec. 10. City delivery:
PmiI Snrntnh feed 168 Der. ton: feed
wheat 367; all grain chop 356; oats
152: sprouting oats 357; rolled oats
sn- hnia rnrn 153: cracked corn
135,5; rolled barley 353; clipped barley
J60; milled teed $43; bran f3.
Hay Alfalfa 32 ton; double corn'
S 812 Johnson Street Phone 990 Pendleton
Umber Up With Penetrating- '
Hamlin's Wizard Oil
For Lame Back, Sideache, Shout-'
der Pain, Stiff Neck, etc., use Hanv
lin's Wizard.. Oil. It penetrates
quicMy, eases the pain and drives
out the soreness. Keep it in the
house. : ' '
Wizard Oil is a good dependable
preparation to hve in the medicine
chest for first a5 when the doctor
may be fai away. You have no
idea how useful it will be found in
cases of every day ailment or mis
hap, when there is need of an im
mediate healing, antiseptic applica
tion, as in cases of sprains, bruises,
cuts, burns, bites and stings.
Ganeroua size bottle 35c
If you an troubled with constipation
or ilck hradache try Hml!n' Wizard
Ul Whip Juat pleawut Uttl piak
pWi at drufiitta Cor 1k.
Tiito Ynu SfS THAT -
PRtH-TTY NeAR COT r,T&!
THAT FH.JXi OyCHT To tts SHOT '.
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1 rrfcAS A DRAW PTiESM
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C1 JAt WAA.K.SR ',!,' r
For Saturday and Monday
' MARSHMALLOW SYRUP 1
Gallon can, $1.251-2 Gallon can, 65c'
BUY A BARREL OF FLOUR --'
GetOurPric . ,:
Everything in Freh Fruit and Vegetable for
Tlie : Sanitary Grocenf
: ' ! 221 East Court Street -.- f
The Most In Value. The Best in Quality
! r '.'..V- Phone 871. v; ; 1 ";i :, '
pressed alfalfa 335; ditto timothy, 340;
eastern Washington mixed 337.
Iloe at Seattle are Lower;
Cattle Plentiful But Steady.
SEATTLE, Dec 10. Hobs Re
ceipts none. Lower. Prime 11.75
12.25; medium to choice 310.76 11.
75; smooth heavies 9.7510.25; rough
heavies 7.75 8.25; pigs 10.50(5)11.60.
Cattle Receipts Sll. Prime steers
9IK9.60; medium to choice 78; com
mon to good 5 S 6.50; best cows and
heifers 6.50 7.00; medium to choice
35.00(.00; common to good 4.006'
5.50; calves 6.50 13.00.
CHRISTflilS. GIFIS i
Dairy Produce Quotations
at Seattle Unchanged.
SEATTLE, Dec. 1 0. Egg Select
local ranch, white shells 65c; pullets,
55c; storage, 55c.
Butter City creamery In cubes 54;
bricks or prints 55; seconds. In cubes,
48; bricks 49c; county creamery ex
tras cost to Jobbers, In cubes, 50c;
Xew York Butter and
Eggs Firm, Cheese Steady.
VEW YORK. Dee. 10. Butter firm:
creamery higher than extras 64f.64
1-3: extras 53jJ6S l-S: firsts 4151.
Fs-m firm: fresh fathered extra
firsts 8890; ditto firsts 85 87.
Cheese steady, unchanged. ' -
The Store Where "Quality Counts" and Where You Are Pro- jg
tected on Prices
GIFT RUGS " "' '
What would make a nicer present
than a beautiful Rug? There's noth
ing that is as lasting or as beautiful
or would please the recipient any
more than one selected from our
large stock. .
Fine Grade Wiltons in all sizes.
Many beautiful patterns, 9x12 size.
Everyday price $120.00.
: Medium Grade Wiltons, all sizes
and patterns, 9x12 size $93 and $100.
Something practical for the child.
We are showing some pretty sets con
sisting of chairs, rockers, tables and
desks. They are finished in a, rich
We have a goodly assortment of
wood and reed rockers for the little
You can't afford
not to have one
at this price. '
diKSH & HAMPTON
124-128 E. WEBB
CONVICT BREAKS AWAY
WITH SENSE OF HUMOR
AND WORLD OF NERVE
JOLIET, Ills., Dec 10. (U. P.)
Joliet Prison officials are seeking
Frank, Williams who, with a sense of
humor anif a world of nerve, broke
out of a new prison, stole the warden'
clothes, and picked the pockets of sev
eral guards who were sleeping. Wil
liams then walked out, followed by a
fusillade of bullets fired by an armed
'GENEVA, Dec. 10. (By Henry
Wood IT. P. Staff Correspondent.)
The disagreement 'in the League Of
Nations assembly was emphasised yes
terday when the resignation of Honorlo
Pueyrredon, vice president of the as
sembly. was laid before the session
The Argentine leader's successor will
be selected on Saturday, with the pros-
rtct that the interim will be devoted
to some lively scrambling for the Im
nortant post. It will be assigned to
or.O'Cf the smaller nations If the rules
adopted at the opening ot the assem
bly are followed.
Tfciee Drepa gfcriTfls Then Cs ! Tea
I mm Mlt Thru Off.
Thlrtv seconds after you touch the
corn with this liquid corn remover the
jaDDing, suDDing pain ot it slops isr
. M. CI
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 10. (Con
tinuing their Invasion of the haunts of
the Jobless, police yesterday raided
the T. M. C. A. and arrested 10 men on
a charge of vagrancy. Detectives said
the raid was made at the, request of
T. M. C. A. officials, who charged thnt
habitutes of the place are not seeking
work. The raid on a mission here a
few days agd netted 1 9 prisoners. .
PROFESSOR WOULD BAR
SASKATOON, Bask., Dec, 10. A,
Pr) Appointment of a Canadian am
bassador to the United States, as has
been suggested, would be the enter
ing wedge of a movement which
would disrupt the British Empire, in
the opinion of Prof. W. F. Osborne,
of the University of Manitoba, who
discussed panada's relations to the
empire In an eddress here recently.
The naming of the ambassador, he
argued, would mean that there would
exist a possibility of a difference of
opinion between the British and the
Canadian ambassadors; It would mean
that probably every British dominion
would in the course of ten years be
represented at the various capitals by
their own ambassadors, among whom
differences of opinion might arlse.
This would lead to contentions within
the empire, and the unity of the or
ganlzation' would disappear, he de
PICKFOJtD CASH DISMISSED
piiiii rw in (A. P.) Examin
ing Mnsistrate Pamart. after consid
ering all the facts In connection with
the death here of Olive Thomas Mr
kj EHiWr.rfn. th movinsr nlcture
actress, last September from mercurial
poisoning, had decided there is no
case to proceed with. '
TIGKH8 IXSE MON13Y.
PRINCETON, N. J., Dec. 10. (A.
i Ortnretnn'a athletic vesr ending
Tnlv uhnweil A deficit of 13.101. &3.
according to the financial statement
tailed last night by the Athletio Asso
Bf a teel of Flour i :
About M per cent of the wreJlh is derived from MM) , ,
solL This wealth production requires hard work
under all kinds of condition. . Tle farmers are doing
tlra lion's aluu-e thejr are tlie great food producers,
Just now the grain markets are manipulated to
where wheat la quoted below the cost of production.
The "Day a Barrel of flour" a national move
men will restore the market. . ".
Do your bit and "Buy Barrel of Flour,"
Peoriletoa. Oregon. , ;
,Sko. 'Strongest Sank in Cotton Oregon'
Just the paint for floors
colon to choose from
colors that will harmo-
N. Mm Corn Tortm. A .Tow trwads
No corn, hard or soft. Is too old or
too firmly rooted to resist "Uets-It.
Immediately It dries and shrivels, the
edges loosen from the true flesh and
soon you can peel It right off with yorr
fingers as painlessly as you trim your
! . .
Why coddle such pests Why nurse
and pamper them? Why cut and trim
them. Why not REMOVE them with
''GETS-lTr' Get a bottle today at any
drug store the cost Is a trifle. Mfd.
by E. Lawrence ft Co., Chicago.
Sold In Pendleton and recommended
as the world'b best corn remedy by
Tallman A Co., Economy Drug Co.
attach it .to any lamp socket.
With the Simplex Electric
Junbowl Radiator yon can ln
' rtantly have the radiant warmth
it the summer sun from any
- lamp socket. j ,
' The Inverted cone-shaped el
tctrlc heating element and its
generous sized reflector makes
:hls radiator not only the hot
;est and mqst cheerful but also
the most economical of them
all. It takes no more current to
operate than your electric Iron
r toaster. ' ,
J. L Vaughan
Phone 13t 90t E. Court
Do vou own one of adapted to the finishing
those comfortable old of kitchen and bedroom
homes with good solid - floors.
floors that haTC always
If kv rpnaint. the.
floors this time with nize with vour rooms.
T sweir hrothm TTarti . HARnDsvrNaFLOOB
Duving Floor Paint Paint is an economical C .
made especially for and lasting floor finish, r !
indoor floors. ; Easy to use dries hard : .
It is particularly and firm.
Ak to f A colon .
L. J. McATEE
513 Main St
Buy a Barrel
Oregon jfiotor . (jdrage
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