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CULT E1SI CSXQOSttH, FODLETOH, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11; 1620.
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
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SUT?r.Aa5 rV5N6MSlvr HAS OG6N Aopv?D
JfST VrVAT 0OD VOJ OR AM OTHC3 UOtAJ
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
tlnr ami rattle Itoah
Unk at .North Portland
Om hundred and one oars of live,
etock cam to North Portland for the
Monday trad, compared with 75 a
week airo and 104 cars a year ago.
Hogs were weaker and lower, cattle
weak and drajnty and sheep about
The liberal Inorease In offerlnK of
ewlne at North Portland for the Mon
day trade created a weaker undertone
In the market, resulting early in a Kiss
of 10c to 15c In the former price.
Tops were considered no htaher than
f.10.25, and several loads of extra (rood
tt ef onto, city Ot Toledo, Laeaa
Ceunty a .
frank J. Cheney make oath that ha la
Senior partner of the firm of F. .1. Chsnsy
4t Co., doing business In the Ctty of To
ledo, County and Slate aforesaid, and that
(eld firm will par the sum of ONE HUN
RED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured bv the use of
HALL S CATARRH MFDICIN'R
FRANK J CHENEY.
Swera to before, me and subscribed In
any presence, this Cth day of December,
A- I. 1M4,
(Real) A. W. O'eason. Notary PubKe.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak
es Internally and arts through the Blooe.
the Mucous Surface ot the Rreteir.
Drug (Hi, lie. Testimonials fr
T. J. Cheney A Co. Toledo, Cbio.
stuff with diversion freight went at
thai level. . , .
General hog market range
Prime mixed .50 10.S5
Smooth heavy .25S .7s
Hough heavy .......... 7.00tj 8.25
Ft pigs 8.00 U S.J5
Feeder pigs 7.00 iff 8. 50
In the-cattle alleys, the Mondav
morning trade at North Portland was
slow. Market presented a draggy a p. I
pearance. even lit the opening. While
some choice Christmas steers sold at
.2S during the morning, this did not
reflect general conditions and the early
top was somewhat depressed at $8.73
and wag inclined lower.
General cattle market range
Choice steers $ 7.50 8.00
Oood to choice steers , , .
Medium to good steers , .
Fair to good steers
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers
Good to choice cows and
Medium to good cows and
heifers. ,. 5.00 5.50
Pair to medium cows and
Common cows, heifers .. 1.50
Rulls 4.50 61
Heavy calves .00? 11.00
Best light calvea 10.00Q 11.00
Medium light calves .... 9.00 9 10.00
Choice feeders 5) 7.25
Fair to good feeders .... 6. 75 (.75
In the sheep and lnmb alleys the
Monday morning trade at North Port
land was about steady, with only 715
head reported In. No price crtange
were shown in the Initial trade.
Oeneral sheep and lamb range:
East of mountain lambs t 7.00 O
Willamette valley lambs COO-
Cull lamba 6.00$
Feeder lambs , 6.00
Ewes 1.00 Q
7.50 8.00 Stools Market Not Materially
7.00 i 7.50 CIuhikmI for Week's Opening.
.60ffi7.00j NEW YORK, Dec. SI. (A. P.)
6.50 . 60 Entering upon the final fortnight of
t.25 7.00 the year, the Mock market Monday
presented no material change of tone
.!3 from the veryunsettled and reaction
ary trend of the past few months.
The general tenor of advices over
the week end seemed in nowise con-
5.00 duelve to a resumption of operations
4.50 for the long account. Cables from
J. 50 London and Buenos Aires told ot the
R 5ft 'sunnenftlon of finnwetnl inetltuttnna o
Choice dairy calves 12.000 11.00 jthose centers and foreign exchange was
Hie Christmas, Spirit
Since the days or Die first Christmas, jhe spirit of
that day lias been of good will and of giving.
The unselfish object always nn to make others
happy. A gift to help cultivate good citizenship by
liLsiilhng the habits of thrift and economy will con
vey the right Christmas spirit and remain a pleasant
memory Utr years to eotnn,
The American National has now ready for distri
bution Home Saving Banks which in connection
with Savings Accounts make such ideal gifts.
Can at Teller's window No. 5 for full particulars.
The AmericanNational Bank
'Strongest Sauk in Gostern Oregon'
Do yon want money? If so, come In and see ua,
We are prepared to negotiate loans on wheat land
lying north or east of Pendleton. Jive years to pay,
and a very reasonable rate of interest.
- We represent the VERMONT LOAN A TRUST
COMPANY of Spokane, and will give yon prompt
BEE T8 ABOUT A 1X5 AN NOW
Snow & Dayton
"WE SKLL LAND"
117 East Court St. Phone 107 J
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSUIIANCH
especially to central Euro
Domestic industrial and commercial
conditions contained to be clouded by
a further falling off of tonnage at lead,
ing railway terminals, additional divi
dend suspensions and more cutting ot
wage schedules in the textile trade.
, Prices were lower in a majority of
Instances at the active opening of the
stock market, recessions making.irreg
ular progress before noon. . Variable
rallies during the intermediate session
failed to hold, speculative Issues suc
cumbing to increaed pressure at the
Net losses of 1 to 4 points were made
by coppers, equipments, shippings and
such specialties a International Paper
and Famous players but Houston Oil
was the most conspicuous feature.
breaking 11 1-4 points. Sales of all
stocks amounted to 875,000 shares.
Another heavy inflow of gold from
London ..was reported ,but the move
ment had little effect on remittances
of sterling bills, which rallied only
si,ghtly. Call money ruled 7 per cent
all day, but time money showed in
Heavy selling of liberty Issues, espe
cially the second, third and fourth
4 l-4s, featured the bond market, the
offerings being attributed to enforced
liquidation. Total sales, par value,
Old U. 8. bonds were unchanged on
r II i l in y f 11 . .
liilfi r tli I-: "V I UL 1
PIT (J n 1 A THn i'l.;. opnj i
1) iii-MfX gON-CEtQL TWO
market, but sellers overreached them- -Seattle Eggs Prkfd lllch
wives and a rally took place In the last I Butter Is l nclia,ured '
nuur. j-rices closed lirm, 1-2 to
2 1-S net higher, with March 1.61 1-4
to 1.64 1-2, and May 1.61 to 1.61 1-4.
Corn gained 34 to 1-4 and outS 1-4 to
8. In provisions the outcome varied
Bank Failure In London
Affects Wheat Market,
CHICAGO, Dec. 21. Announcement
of a bank failure in London had a de
pressing efect Monday in the wheat
SAVE YOURSELF $ $ S '
by having your Raw Pur mad Into
at our place? . At the same time your
old ones remodeled, repaired, cleaned
so they look like tew. At prices that
Lira right. In
we mount anything from a fly to an
M. R. MOIIR
Spokane, Wash. 3 Bernard St., So.
Write about our deer head contest.
Dr. K. J. York, the Chinese Spe
cialist has spent years In study and
research work, both in China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
. He uses only curative Chinese
roots and herbs as a means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
These remedies have been used
for many generations and have
been given credit by patients using
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him.
K. A YORK CHINESE MEDICINE
No. 421 W. Rose St,
Walla Walla, Wash.
Bsassa ' ipgjs 1
from 15c decline to 20c1 advance.
Misgivings due to the British bank
failure were made much of by wheat
bears and the market showed little
power to recover from sinking spells.
Cevelopments at Washington in regard
to relief legislation for farmers was
helpful in lifting prices at the close.
Corn was strong because of buying
by an elevator interest, and export in
quiries at the seaboard.
Oats finished on the upgrade with
Provisions averaged lower In sym
pathy with hogs. ,
BH.ATTLE. Dec. 21. EggsSelect
ovai ranch white shells 66S8- pul
lets 61 52; storage 55.
Butter City creamerv In onh.. s.
bricks or prints 52; seconds in cubes
; DncKa 47; country creamery ex
mm nm to jonoers In cubes 60; stor
IWy Price at Seatt'e ' '
Returns to S2B a Ton
8KATTLE, Dec. 21. City delivery
r: fcraicn reed 162 per ton; feed
wheat $63; nil grain chop. 164;' oats
,.,.uuung oais iis; rolled oats
: wnoie.com 151: cracked corn 153
Htto timothy 140; eastern Washington
The Best Christmas
AT THE LOWEST OF PRICES
Sweet Juicy Navel Oranges doz. 45c, 60c, 70c nd $1
New Crop Mixed Nuts (no peanuts put In) lb...'...40c
Christmas Candy, the best made, pound....40c to 60c
Fancy Golden Dates, pound ;..,.. ...40c
Extra Fine Mince Meat, pound '.........'..'..35c
Fruit Cake, very rich, with raisin, currants, huts and
peels, pound ..75e
Heavy Plum or Fig Pudding-, Fancy Apples, Package
and Layer Figs, Jap Oranges, Cranberrie, Grapes,
etc. v . . v
The Sanitaiy OroGery
221 East Court Street '
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
f REMEMBER THIS "CATERPILLAR" 75 TRACTOR IS
Butter Is Firmer, Eggs
Firm and Chee-sc Irregular. ,
NE WYOHK. Dec. 21. Butter firm
er; creamery higher than extras 56ffu
56 1-2; creamery extras 5&4j 55 1-2;
firsts 43 g 54. .
Eggs firm; fresh gathered extra
firsts 76 g. 77; firsts 73 75. '
Cheese irregular; state, whole milk
flats held specials early made 27 1-2 4?
8; ditto fall made 25ft26 1-2. Mate
whole, milk, flaw, held, average run
24 25. State, whole milk flats fresh
specials 24tt25; ditto, average run 22
iff 22 1-2. , '
Cattle Arc Active and
Sheep Mostly 2.Vi Iower,
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 21. Cattle 11,
000; fairly active; very uneven; moat
killing cattle and calves " around
steady; medium priced selling best;
hulk fat steers 7.258.25; bulk cows
4.00 5.50; good and choice veals
8.76 9.50; stockera and feeders
Sheep 2800; fat lambs around with
Thursday's average; Colorado pea fed
lambs 10.00; sheep mostly, 25c lower;
bulk ewes 3.50 3.5.
Win There Be Music
Your Home This
r urniture Uirts
FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY
Ituy a etandard make Phono
graph on easy terms. We sell tho
Columbia Grufonola, one of the
bent known. They run In price
from 150.00 up. 5. ''0 down will,
put one in your home.
25 records free with any ma
chine $120.00 and over; ,10 records
free with any $50.00 or $76.00
And furniture is now recognized as occupying a place
in the very front rank among things suitable for Christmas
giving! Few articles are as beautiful, none are more use
ful or practical, and what else will give such genuine joy
ana so many years of pleasant memory to the recipient,
Right now our great store is ready with gift furniture.
In the section on the main floor of our store, which we
have set aside for the display of hundreds of the most
suitable and practical gifts of furniture, you will find
scores of suggestions as to what to give any member of the
family. This display includes gifts gelling at prices rang
ing irom ?2.50 to 150.00. '
, .. r
Ask to see our Piano Lampsnd Smoking Stands. They
re both ideal gifts.
Reed Sewing Baskets in old ivory Enamel, Shellac and
Cruikshank 8c Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Hogs Plentiful and Lower '
Cattle Weak at Seattle
Seattle, Dec, 21. Hogs Tleceipts
401. Lower. Prime 10.0010.60;
smooth heavies 9.00 010.00; rough
heavies 7.00 7.50; pigs 8.00-fi 10.00.
Cattle Receipts 236. Weak. Prime
steers 8,0if; 9.00; medium to'choice
7.00il8.00; common to good 6.00
6.50;' best cows and heifers 6.25gi6.7S;
medium to choice 5.00 6.00; common
to good 3.505.00; bulls 4.005.60;
calves 6.00 13.00. '
" 28 YEARSAG0 '
(From the East Oregonian, December
Tom Nye has returned from Wes
ton. Dr. C. J. Whitaker, Henry Thomp
son and Tom Robbins are at Teel
Chief i'eo mourns a fine overcoat
stolen Tuesday evening from the wash
room or a restaurant.
. animates ror office in the fire
department are I G. Prnzier and Joe
Ell. for chief; M. P. John for first as
sistant and W. L. Bowman for second
assistant. , .
It. G. Frailer Is recovering from a
J . K. wells brought a princely
member of the Berkshire family to
rennieion tortay. The hog dressed,
weighs 285 pounds. N
Jr. J. Grlswold is here from Helix.
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 21. (A.
P.) Jack Dempsey, champion heavy
weight boxer, arrived home Sunday
an win pass the holidays with his
mother. Shortly after . new year's
uempsoy expects to go to Los Angeles,
he said today, to appear In moving pic
tures. The champion will referee the
main bout at a testimonial to be given
here to the late Walter b. Brats, aport
write. December 27. .
Ceremony Kiss Is Tabooed'
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