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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOON, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1021. ""
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Groceries for .Less
A (MO THCS CX?rfrJY.
HAS PRoMtSCl TO TAK61
-p-t? MATT ft. INTO-
Best Creamery Butter, pound 50c
l'K ami lluiKr
t'-KK and butter ore Reaper now
than In the pant, according to prices
quoted In the local markets. Eggs
are bought for bO cents a down and
for 66. while butter la bought at
0 cents for a two-pound roll and
sella tor o cent.
Uvewnx-k at IMnlnmt Mostly
Steady Wuh loo Cam In.
(From Oregon Journal. 1
An even hundred loads of livestock
'""" th- North Portland alleys over
Funfiay, fcut several loads were due
late la the Monday trade. Hogs were
1.0.,, 10 2ac lower generally, while
cattle were steady In spots. Sheep
were steady with the exception of
ewes, which were higher.
In the hog alleys there was a dispo
sition among killers to force a further
lowering of values, and while most
of the market appeared fairly steady,
two divisions, prime stuff and rough
heavies, sold about a quarter lower.
Tops were generally quoted at 11.25
in the Xorth Portland yards for Mon
day morning, a drop of 25c from the
previous high. Nevertheless, one load
sold at lit. "5. an advance of 25c over
the previous figures. This latter ac
tion, however, was not shared by the
Slight decrease In hog market offer
ings was shown for the monday trade,
as compared with the opening of last
week. This, however, was not an In
fluence with the big killers, who are
keenly seeking a means to lower ths
level of hog prices to the Eastern
ensis, not considering the freight
Indicative of a change In the hog
trade is the fact that prime mixed arc
no longer considered as real tops. The
demand Is getting more and into the
VVIiat Does This Mean to You?
XIXK ut of every tea business men reach old ago
without an adequate Income.
XIXE out cr every ten persons rail to provide for
old age or their families.
XIXE out of every ten children in tlie Tnlted States
must leave school ami secure employment be
fore graduating from the 8th grade.
EIGHT out of every ten adults leave no estate at
TH11KE out of every ten widows in this country are
, In want. .
Heal lie the results of your efforts by deposMnff a
certain sum regularly and consistently, guarding
against poverty ami enabling you to do better work.
Oioose. this IJank of Safety and Service.
' TfieiarmTlSidiial Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
... .i-iTiiiir-- iiiiiiuiaWiii? 2jBummmmr
lighter weight stock because of the
fact that Inrd hogs are a drug on the
General hog market range:
Prime light $11.00? 11.23
Smooth heavy 10.60 ll.uu
Rough heavy 7.00 4p 9.25
Fat pigs 10.00011.00
Feeder pigs 8.00(1(10.00
While on the surface the mnrket for
cattle Indicated a fairly steady ton
at the opening of the Monday morning
trade at North Portland, the under
tone was clealy weaker. . With a very
liberal run of 2288 head facing buyers
at the opening of the -week's activities,
killers were absolute dictators of
values and in some" lines they forced
price shading, however, the general
early market showed no price changes.
General cattle market range:
Choice steers $ 8.68 &
Good to choice steers ... 8.00
Fair to good steers 6.60
Common to fair steers.. 6.50
Choice cows and heifers 7.00
Good to choice cows and
Medium to good cows and
heifers 6.60 6.00
Fair to medium cows and
Common cows, heifers. . . 4.00
Choice dairy calves 12.00 13.00
Best light calves 10.00 011.00
Choice feeders 6.60 7.2s
Fair to good feeders ... . 6.76 6.7S
Medium light calves .... 9.0 10.00
Even though steadiness was gen
erally quoted In the sheep and lamb
trade at the Monday morning opening
of the North Portland market, strength
was Indicated In the position of the
ewe trade. In this line the extreme
top price was lifted 60c to $6, but the
low point continued at $1, a very nom
Over Sunday arrivals In the sheep
and lamb division were only fair, but
number of double decks -were due
later in the day.
General sheep market range:
East of mountain lambs $ 9.60 10.60
Willamette valley lambs 9.000 9.60
Cull lambs 6.00
Feeder lambs 6.00
Wethers '. 6.60
WHAT'S THS MATTER WHCIvl I T,C.K.
(XJVTH A MAH X LIK.S TO "See AULOT M3
FACE II WEAR XOUfA-HAT
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Frisco Wheat 188.8.131.52:
Best Wheat Hay. $20.00 21.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25. Re
ceipts: Flour 6658 uarters; wheat 4.
000 sacks: barley 2786 centals; beans
2797 sacks: corn 1600 centals; pota
toes 3164 sacks; onions 16 sacks; hay
13 tons; hides 126 rolls; lemons and
oranges 600 boxes.
Wheat 2.90 3.15: oats red feed
1.50 1.65; rye nominal; barley spot
feed $1.35 01.40; shipping $1.55
1.70; corn white Egyptian $2.902.-
95: red milo $l.g02.15.
Hay Fancy wheat $20fffl21; tame
oat 1719; wild oat 12 15: barley
12 15; alfalfa 1720; stock 10
Nhvel oranges $2.50(94.00; lemons
$203.50; Iemoncttes 1. 5002.00; grape
fruit $2. 0003. 25; Arizona 44.50:
limes 11.25 1.75: tangerines $2.50
S4: Bellf lowers nominal; Newtons
Jl.25-a2.85; pears, winter Nellis, nom
inal, bananas 89 1-2.
Eggs and Butter Weak ;
Cheese Steady in X. Y.
NEW YORK, Jan. 25. Butter
weak, receipts 6608. Creamery higher
than extras 50 50 -4; creamery extras
92 score 49 49ttc
Eggs weak: receipts 10.057. Fresh
gathered extra firsts 6364; firsts 61
Cheese steady: receipts 476. State
whole milk flats held specials 26
Best Egss 53c:
Cnho. Butter, 41a
SEATTLE, Jan. 25. Eggs.
local ranch, white shells, 53;
Butter City creamery, in cubes,
44c: bricks or prints 45c; seconds. In
cubes 41c; bricks 42c; country cream
ery extras, cost to jobbers in cubes
41c; storage nominal.
Evaporated Apples Xegieried:
Oregon Prunes Jl14 1-2.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25. Evaporated
apples neglected, Callfornias 7 8;
state 6 10 14. Prunes steady; Califor-
nias 4 17; Oregons 11 14 1-2.
Peaches inactive: standard 16; choice
18; fancy 1921 1-2.
Every article a great saving to you. We will con
tinue this sale until everything is sold.
A $140 Columbia machine with 20 free 5
Records for . $85.00
A $120 Columbia machine with 20 free
Records for $75.00
A $75 Columbia machine with 20 free
Records for . $50.00
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
EXCEPT CONTRACT GOODS. s
A $24.00 Mattress, Fine Springs $12.00, and French
Post Ivory Bed $23.00, all for $35.00
A fine felted Cotton Mattress formerly $18. . . $9.00 f
A 50c Heavy Carpet Beater 25c
$12.00 Leather Seat Dining Chairs ; $6.50
50c Cold Handle Fry Pans 20c
25c Bread Tins , 10c
25c Bake Pans 15c
Heavv China Plates, dozen $2.00 1
ON SALE! ON SALE! ON SALE! I
Owing to the greatly reduced prices the j j
sale is for cash only. s i
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb
26 WEDS 72.
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pressed alfalfa $33; ditto timothy $31;
eastern Washington mixed $35; straw
NEW YORK. Jan.. 25. (A. P.)
Developments over the week end re
cess were far irom stimulating, es
pecially in industrial conditions, but
today's stock market denoted a more
cheerful tone, although operations
were light. The most encouraging in
cident of the session was the success
of the Belgian $30,000,000 loan.
Steels and equipments which were
expected to yield to adverse advices
received from Pennsylvania and Ohio
centers were comparatively strong,
and motors, shippings and rails also
improved with oils, tobaccos and
Gross gains of one to seven points
were retained until the final hour,
when selling, induced by the stiffer
trend of call money, provoked gen
eral profit taking. Mexican Petroli
um. Crucible steel. General Asphalt
and American International were
most susceptible, declining one to
four and one half points with a gen
eral cancellation of gains elsewhere.
Sales amounted to 500,000 shares.
I Among the few stocks to withstand
pressure and close at advances were
Studebaker and several of the leFs
prominent rails and equipments. U.
S. Steel, after moving In a fraction
al radius, finished unchanged. Aside
from its moderate irregularity on a
slight accession of business in the
bond market including liberty issues
and foreign war offerings, was fea
tureless. Total sales, par value, $11.
650,000. Old lT. 8. government bonds
were unchanged on call.
CHICAGO, Jan. 25. (U. P.) Gaso
line tobogganed for the first time sine
the war, following an announcement
of the Standard Oil Company of In
diana, with offices here, of a retail
price reduction of two cents a gollon
for gasoline, and a three cent drop for
Old Dutch Cleanser, can
Sun Maid Seeded Raisins, 8 packages ...
' Diamond W Currants, 3 packages
Golden Marshmnllow Syrup, 1-2 gallon ............65c
Holly Wreath Asparagus Tips, 3 cans
20 per cent Reduction On All Preerret and Jams
221 East Court St
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
THE MORE CAREFUL YOU ARE
TO BUY THE BEST COAL, THE "
MORE CERTAIN YOU ILL BE TO
Seattle livestock Market
Prime Steers 88.75 9.25.
SEATTLE, Jan. 25. Hogs. Re
ceipts 356. Lower. Prime 11.000
11.50; smooth heavies 10.0011.00;
rough heavies 8.00 8.50 pigs 9.00
Cattle Receipts 290. Weak prime
steers 8.75 9.25; medium to choice
7.00 7.25; common to good $S.0O7;
best cows and heifers $7.007.50;
medium to choice 5.506.50; com
mon to good $4.005.50; bulls $4.00
56.00; calves, light, $11.0012.50;
Seattle Feed Range
94.00 to' $39.00.
SEATTLI& Jan. 25. City delivery:
Feed Scratch feed $59; bao, ocrateh
feed $71; feed wheat $64; all gr.i'r.
chop $51; oats $49;' sprouting oats
$54; rolled barley $48; clipped barley
$53; milled feed $39; bran $39.
Hay Alfalfa 27 ton; double com-
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5 t Visa Cecil 0. Ready. I. Syr.
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i i f'k jj
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I consulted several
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paper about Lydii
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I continued using it until I had taken
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Liebing, 11. F. D.f Ravenswood.W.Va.
The ordinary day of most housewives
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sC' -. i . rr : a
San Francisco to Portland
29 hours : 16 minutes
Even 44 minutes faster than the ; "Shasta."
This wonderful example of endurance and power was accomplished by a
stock 1921 Buick Coupe. You will have the privilege of examining this partic
ular car at our show rooms tomorrow, Wednesday, the 26th. Don't fail to see
it. . i :. .. .. .
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Immediate deliveries, all models,
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NO CHANGE IN PRICE.
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119, 121 W. Court St.