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DIXIT EAST OKEGOinJW, PENDLETOH, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, ,1020.
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including; Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
QUXBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
1Hic of Turkey
lt-mains at 45 Viiih
The price of the t'hrlMtmn turkey
I 46 cent a pound, any Incal dculcr?,
Urn name price naked for the Thankr
' Hiving bint. Tb fiwvl.s r.11 for ..
cwtit a Imuiiil In Seattle anil Portland.! i.ooii.
priil cattlo market range
(co steers .......
Omul to choice Nteera
(Icchs are 32 cents; diuks, SS cents I Ocne
and chickens ;s cents. All are of e-oud ! r-hu'ec
uuamy und in demand for holiday
' i Medium to Rood Ktecrs
Eastern oysters are 75 cents a pint' r..i ,
wuiie tne oiyinpiu, osyier are seiniij;
for 11.00 a pint.
Cranberries, so essential to the
Chrid'mns dinner, are 25 cents a
pound. Sweet potatoes have advanc
ed slightly and retail for 25 cents for
mree poimcH. t-'inoappies retail lor p,i,. ... .1iir1 ,,.
95 cents and oranffesare 50 to 80 jer'- heifers 4 GO
a, aoien. Japanese oranpef ar
cents a doien.
. steers it would take exceptional quality Interests who found themselves unable
.to confirm sales at North Portland tit to meet demands of their brokers for
this time. For the Tmwduy meriting I additional margins,
trade there were light arrival and j Aside from the hotter tone of foreicn
1'i iees ruled at.out steady with uver- j exchange, particularly tho Uritlsh rate
uses about the same as Monday after-: ad the relative steadiness of the mon-
' ey market, cull loans attain di oppliiK
7.00 W 7.50
.r,n (iii 7.00
Common to fair steers . ,
Choice cows and heifer
Good to choice cows and
Medium to good cows and
heifers 5.00 0
Mnmon cows, heifers
ice dairy calves .
IVst lieht calves
Medium lluht calves .
whle sheep werelr,1r to KOod f,d(,ra .
S.50 ii 4.50
6.00 H -11.00
1 0.00 ff 11.00
9.00 fl 10.00
6 EOffl 7.25
llftfrii and Slircp steady
Cattlo Steady to Weak
Only four new loads of livestock en
ters the North Portland yards for th"
Titesitay trade. Hoss were steady, cat
tle steady to weak
- In-the hop alleys there were
afrti-aJs for Tuesday. Trade was a
as qui.ua on iiioiiua-. wun no price , .-.,.,.. on ,. nomn,.i v..!.
cban-re and general market conditions, -hpn nnd ,Hmh rane.
to 6 per cent, much of the day's news
and attendant evelopments were of a
character to accelerate the setback.
ltoplolo steel was the overshadow
ing feature, sustaining an extreme loss
of 22 points. Vanadiumi which is sup
posed to havo close affiliations with
Keplogle. fell seven points and losses
In the metals, motors and kindred Is
sues ranped from two to five points,
the reaction continuing to the feverish
Among the premier stocks to recover
a new minimum for four years was U.
8. Steel at 76 1-4. though making frac
tional recovery later and showing a
net lnys of 1 1-2 points. American
Smelting, Crucible Steel, Paldwin Lo
comotive, American Car, Mexican Pe
troleum, American Woolen, Interna
tional I'aper, Southern Pacific and
t see fou JU.3T noi
BVJrM-PGX) TO TH3 ,
2NO Ot" THAT TfOJCK
GLASS M ON XOO
NOW IT COOKS UKVi.
"O0 AXaCATT TO -DKlvii.
e-S, Vh Going.
cxera. to this
New CLASS POf
5.7 5 0.75' Heading' were" Ventest of" the" usual
- No sheep or lambs arrived for the. leaders, displaying virtually no rt,.ly
? Tuesday trade at North Portland. Ing power.. , ' ,! .ij ' V
' Trend of the market. w-as considered. .Liberty ootids were inclined', to re-
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uoui sieauy. ; East pf n,,,,,,,,!,, lambs $ 7.00
General hog market range Willamette valley lambs 6.00
mme mixed ... 9.50 10.2 -.,. ,nmh, , s.ofta
Smooth heavy 9.25
Rough heavy 7.00S? S.2r.
Fat pigs 8.00 9.2!
7.00 It 8.50 y,.
Feeder lambs 5.00
At the extreme price of tS.75 for top
1.00 W 4.00 1
trieve part of yesterday's sharp losjes
but reacted later when the stock mar
s'. 00 ke was at low ebb.
7.00 1 The general bond list suffered for
.Oo j the same reason. Total sales, par vul
6.00 I ue, 32 375,000.
7.00 Old U. S. bonds were unchanged on
3 6vc3cVC pie,
P'YS HEAR ,'
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
iiiqiildatjon of Stocksls
Accomimnicd ly IUg l
NEW YORK, Dec 22. The stock
market was swept by another tempest
uous wave of liquidation Tuesday,
many former favorites recording low
est prices In several years on transac
tions approximating 1,675.000 shares.
Losses were most severe In the Inde
pendent . steels and coppers and In
shares comprising the motor division
and Its subsidiaries. 'High grade rails
and Industrials didn't become Involved
until the final hour, when selling as
sumed most Impressive proportions.
The reversals were attended by
board room gossip and many rumors
which made vague allusion to the de
repression of Storks and
Cotton Sets Hack Wheat. ,
. CHICAGO, Dec. 22. Wheat suffer
d a mate-al setback in price Tues
ay largely as a result of depie.-silon
f stocks and cotton: Prices closed
ervous 1 to 3 -4 net lower with March
.62 1-4 to 1.62 1-2 and May $1.5SS to
1.58 1-4. Corn gained 1-4 to, 3-8; oats
inished unchanged to 3-8c higher and
irovisions unchanged to an advance of
Bearish sentiment regarding wheat
ecame especially pronounced In the
ate dealings, although even at the out
set it was apparent that buyers were
neasy over the downward swing of
tocks. At first, however, there was
Our Grocery Department has exceeded itself in
excellence for the Xmas table. Only the choicest of
the most delectable eatables have been accepted and
you may rest assured of the Xmas feast being the
biggest kind of a success of you place your order
"or the Holiday Dinner with us but please order
Cluster Raisins,ls, 2s and 5 lb. boxes; Libby's
Plum Pudding, Tru Blu Fruit Cake, All Kinds of
Nuts and Shelled Nuts, Christmas Candies, Mince
ileat, Layer Figs, Cranberries, Boled Cider, Sweet
3ider, Orange and Lemon Peel, Citron, Oranges.
Try us for your Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Pleted fortunes of various professional and ,ne niarkct turn(Jd umjrade tem.
j. jporarlly, owing more or less to the
trength of corn. Then the influence
of weakness in stocks and in cotton as
veil proved more of a weight
Read This If Yom
Kidneys Need Help
Men and women past 30 yesn of
ge, snd even younger, who work
t confining, indoor occupation! ire
usceptible to weakened, inactive or
iluggiih kidneys that fail to properly!
ciesnie ana purity tne Diooa. oymp
tomi of diseaied kidneys are pu (fi
nes! under the eyes, sallow skin,
floating specks, dry mouth, bilious
ness, nervousness, backache, rheu
matic pains, swollen or stiff joints,
sore muscles. Many bed-ridden
sufferers owe their condition to their
failure to tske heed of the first warn
ing of kidney trouble.
WANTS PEOPLE TO KNOW
"I cannot praise your ki4ney pills enough
for tho wonderful benefit 1 hove oVmcd1
from their use for such a short while. Please
publish th't statement ea I wmt tha people
of Roc try Mount and everywhere t? know of
Foley Kidney Pills." Mro. A. G. Wtlla.
R. F. D. 5. Bos M. Rock j Mount, N. C.
Foley Kidney Pills
invigorate, strengthen and heal in
active, weak end diseased kidneys
and bladder. They help the kidneys
in their work of purifying the blood
stream and critinC, out poisonous
waste. Clean blood makes possible
food circulation, healthy nervce, frong
back, elear head, active brain, sound heart,
satisfactory digestion and perfect health.
could be withstood, and the wheat
market underwent a quick tumble." A
timely snowfall which will help pro
tect winter wheat counted somewhat
as a factor in weakening values. It
was said that on the decline of 600, 0""
bushels of wheat were taken for Ku
Assertions that export business in
corn was In progress has much to do
with the strength of that cereal. Kx
port bids were said to be on a full
working oasis by way of tho gulf of
Mexico. Oats hardened with corn.
Higher quotations on hogs had a
tendency to lift provisions. .
New Trices pumiture iftS
Will There Be Music in (g
Your Home llus
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ISuy a standard make Phono
graph on easy terms. We sell tho
Columbia Giafonola. one of the
best known. They run in prices "
from J5O.00 up.
$5.00 down will put
one in your home.
25 records free with
any machine 8120.00
and over; 10 records
free with any $50.00 or
; FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY
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
and 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 selling at prices rang'
ing from $2.50 to $50.00.
Ask to see our Piano Lamps and Smoking Stands. They
ire both ideal gifts.
Reed Sewing Baskets in old ivory Enamel, Shellac and
Ifttgs arc Steady ami
Cattle Weak at Seattle
SEATTLE, Dec. IIoks Re
ceipts 186. Steady.. Prime . 10.00 ft
10.50; smooth heavies 9.00-fi1 11.00;
rouith heavies 7.00 i 7.50; plr 8.00 'a
Cattle Receipts 313. Weak, rrimo
steers 8.50fi 9.00; medium to choice
7.00 W 8.00; common to good 5.00
6.50; best cows and heifers 6.25 ff .75;
medium to choice 5.00 ii 6.00; dom
mon to good 3.50f( 6.50; best cowsand
heifers 6.25fi-6.75; medium to choice
f. 00 ft 6.00; common to good J.01
5.00; bulls 4.00fj 1.50; calves 6.fr
Kelts Still HlKh at Scuttle
With nutter I m banned.
SEATTLE Dec. 2 2. Eggs, select lo
cal ranch, white shells, hGri 58; pullet
5 He 52; storage 53.
Iliuter City creamery In cubes 52
bricks or prints 53; seconds in cubes
16; bricks 47; country creamery cx
tras cost to Jobbers In cubes 50
Spw Yolk llnttcr I'irm,
l-XS I'liM'ttlcd, I'liwte i:asy
NEW YtiKK, Dec. 22. Hutter firm;
creamery higher than extras 50 H It 57
ireamery extras 56; firsts 441i 54H.
IvirKS unsettled; fresh gathered ex
tra firsts 75W76..
Cheese easy, unchanged.
Cattle Trices Stronger at '
Kansas City Yards 1
KANSAS CITY', Dec. 22. Cattle.
7,800; beef steers selling around S.50
&9.2S; cows l&cfeSSc higher; others
steady to strong; no choice steers on
sale; vealers and calves steady to 25c
higher; best 10.000; alockers and feed
ers steady. " ,
Sheep 10,000; sheep closing steady
good ewes 3.25 ft 3.50; yearlings uiic
lower; top 8.00, lambs steady 10c
higher; Colorado pea fed 10.10. '
Minneapolis Wheat IVlec.
for IX-ccmlx r Is $!.." 7 1-2.
Jil.NNEAl'OLlS. Dec. 22. Wheat,
December $1.57 1-2, .March J1.60 1-2.
May $1.59 1-2.
Harlcy 52 'u 7C.C.
,1'l.ix No. 1, J21i 2.01.
WiiiniiH'g Quote Ircecinlicr
Wheat ut gl.KH .1-1.
WIXXIPEO, Dec. 22. Wheat,
comber $1,888 3-4, Hay $1.75 3-8
The Best Christmas
M AT THE LOWEST OF PRICES
Sweet Juicy Navel Oranges doz. 45c, 60c, 70c and $1
New Crop Mixed Nuts (no peanuts put in) lb 40c
Christmas Candythe best made, pound....40c to 60c
Fancy Golden Dates, pound 1 40c
Extra Fine Mince Meat, pound , 35c
Fruit Cake, Very rich, with raisin, currants, nuts and
peels, pound 75c
Heavy Plum or Fig Pudding, Fancy Apples, Package
and Layer Figs, Jap Oranges, Cranberries, Grapes,
221 East Court Street
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
Rliien the days of the first C'lirtstnuM, the spirit of
that day hiw been of good will ami of giving.
The unselfish object always waa to make others
happy. A girt to help cultivate good citizenship by
Instilling the habits of thrift aiu economy will eon
vey tho right Christmas spirit ami remain pleaaant
memory for years to come.
The American National has now ready for distri
bution Homo Having Hanks which In connection
with Savings Accounts make such Ideal gifts.
Call at Teller's window No. 5 for full particulars.
1 tJOO.OOO Sr IIOOOOB
The AmerfcanHational Bank
'Strongest Bank in Catiern Oregon'
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CASE TO FACE CHARGE
Winter Weather Keeps Feed
Pricti on lllher l.tnel
SEAT1LK, Dee. 22. City delivery:
Feed-Scratch feed $62 ton; feed wheat
$63; all grain chop $jl; oats $51:
sprouting oats $r,6; rolled outs J5S;
whole corn $51; cracked corn :,;
tolled barley $53; clipped barley jos.;
milled feed $39; bran $39.
Hay Alfalfa $29 per Ion; double
compressed alfalfa J35; ditto timothy
$10: eastern Washington mixed $29.
SAV FliA.VC'l.-'CO, Dec. 21. (A.
I'.) I harifes of filing false report
hiivo been drawn up UKaltiKt Detective
liraper Hand and will be tiworn to to
day u the result of his purported
.statement!! of ii'regiilaritles In connec
tion with the prosecution of Thomas
Mooney and Warren K. Hillings on
Cbai-"es of murder growing out of the
preparedness day parado bomb explo
sion here, it was announced lust night
by Chief of I'olico Dan O llrleii.
.Mootiey mid DilliiiKS are serving life
imprisonment Imposed uftor their con
viction of murder charges. Hand's
purported statement charged that ev
idence had been "framed" against the
Feasants Believe Spring Holy
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1 21-28 E. Webb
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The Ideal Christmas Gift
for the Whole Family
A Ford Sedan or Coupe. What could be
more appreciated by the family than a Se
dan for four or five or the Coupe for two.
They are comfortable and easy riding
keeping you out of the wind and rain and
dust. We have these models on hand for
immediate delivery and can drive one to
your door Christmas morning. Come in and
look them over. Let us show you tho quality
and comfort that are built into these sturdy
little cars. Prices F. O. B. Pendleton are,
Sedan $949.75 and Coupe $897.70. Remem
ber THAT WE ONLY HAVE A FEW OF
THESE FOR DELIVERY NOW.
Simpson Auto Co.
. Water and Johnson SU.
Alpine peasants In Switzerland regard this spring, located near
ho v. After tho tig tree had attained its growth. neawnU
,!, niid water trickling from a crevice In Ihe barK.
bored a hole aod cool pure water spurted forth,
stiotly lor years.
It bat flowed cod-
Business men are large
employers of motor
The importance of their transportation' leads
them to choose a car that meets every demand
leads them to hoose Buick. The comfortable rid
ing qualities of the new Buick Nineteen Twenty
One cars likewise make them ideal for hours of
Authorized Buick Service is everywhere available.
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET r .
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