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DMtY EAST OSffiGOMUir, PENDLETON, OREGON,. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 29, 1931.
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
No Arrival IteaHi VnriU With no now cattle arrivals, the PYi
,tna jvh i arc wnwy :jday market at North Portland was
(From Oregon Journal. nominally steady with former prices
No new arrivals of carload supplies continued.
Here shown In thp North Portland I',
yards for Friday, thin being the bpcoihi general came market range:
!' of thp present week when there
were no similar offering In the alley. """ to good steers. .
Mows wore considered , nominally I Fnir ia nwdlum steers . .
steady at North Portland Frldty w:?t ! Common to fair steers ..
nominal top of 111.50 quoted. . The i rh",f cowa "nd heifert
Mg killer are said to be bringing in j Modlnm to good cows and
additions! supplies of hos from tn- Heifers
Las' in the hope of keeping this ma., !Falr to medium cows and
let from going too hlsh but on the heifers
li.sls of prevailing prices In the mht I Common cows, heifers ,4
vnst, slocks from there would cost no (Canners
mors to laod here than home supplies. Hulls ,
i OhoU dairy calves .
Oeneral hog market range: ' Pes, llght calvs . . .
Trlme light J1I.00 T 1 1.50 , Medium llsht Calves
Smooth heavy 10 r0Sr ll.uu choice feeders .... .
liough heavy ?. .S f Fairlo good feeders
rl I"" 1O.00W11.09I There is otiite a f.iir
4.0(1 fi) 5.50
10.00 M. 00
6.50 & 7.25
were shown Friday at North Portland
Former prices are therefor continued
without a test.
General sheep market range; '
Eastjif mountain lambs $ .6010 50
Willamette valley lambs .00ffl 51)
feeder lambs . ...
Light yearlings .
Feeder pigs 1 1.00 g 1 l,f,t lamb at the moment hot no arriva..
Coluni&as tfis Great Discoverer.
While the story of the discovery of Amcrca by Co
lombo Is well known to everybody, many are not
aware f the wars of close study and careful prep
aration by this great discoverer. lie know astrology
nwld navignttf, discovered the variation of the com-'
Ms-nccdlc. Hundreds of details he luul to work
Yon cannot discover a new continent, but by study,
wraoiiigr and tlirift, jou can build yourwlf a great
f ntnm. A (Saving Account in tlva strong hank Is the
IJCtiiuUiiK. Try it, .
lU-ef Steers 8.IS0.2S
SEATTLE, Jan. !9. Hogs Ite
.eipts none. Steady. Prime 11.004
11.60; smooth heavies 10.00ftill.0s,
r"Kh heavies 8.00St8.60; pigs 9.00w
Cattle Hecelpts none. " Steadv.
Prime steera 8.76 Si S. 25; medium to
choice 7.00Si7.S5; common to good
6.00 r 7.00; best cows and heifers 7.00
Wi.bO; medium to choice 5.506.5o;
qommon to good 4.00 (fi 5.50; bulls 4.00
B.uo: calves, light 1 l.OOsr 1 ! r.i,
heavy 6.001? 7.00.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
The AmerFcllalional Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
Ukl Mill li.lllMVli f ' litfilaifcr1"'" " --nr-f-iP.mn-.Wi . "m,frBi
eA. FltA.NCISCO, Jan. 29. Re-
"ipts Flour 7538 qrs.; wheat 6600
urmais; oaney 105,725 centals; oats
1229 centals; beans 4288 sacks: corn
00 centals; hay SO tons' potatoes 583.
sacks; livestock 434 head; lemons and
oranges 480 boxes; hides 191 rolls.
Wheat 2.903.0o; barley shipping
1.556' 1.65; corn white Egyptian 2.75f
Grape fruit 2.00 g 2.75; limes 1.00
1.50; apples Newtons 1.25 3.00.
V. Y. Itutter Weaker
Frcfcli lirgs 2e
NEW YORK, Jan. 29 Butter weak
or; creamery higher than extras 60
30Vic; creamery extras 49H: creamery
Eggs weak; fresh gathered extra
firsts 62c; fresh gathered firsts 69&
Cheese Irregular; state, whole milk,
flats, fresh, specials 2425c; ditto
average run 2224; others unchanged.
Seattle Feed Range
471.00 to $39.00 v
SEATTLE, Jan. 29. City delivery:
Feed Scratch feed 659 per ton; baby
scratch feed $71; feed wheat $64; all
Slain chop $51; oats $49; sprouting
oats $54; rolled barley $48; clippea
barley $53; milled feed $39; bran $39.
Hay Alfalfa $27 per ton; double
compressed alfalfa $33; ditto timothy
?S9; eastern Washington mixed $35;
irUrK. "TMCff NCVCR. "PPD ANYTHING. OP TH&
UNIJJl fcKKS.(ANlT NlSVffP. HAt THAT
iTgcc rig T?;
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HOOK-AND'CADPeK CAPTAIN AT
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Veal TaKcs Steady
Few SIhvp Sales
KANSAS CITY," Jan. 29. Cattle
6,000; veal calves steady: all othet
classes dull and weak with yesterday's
lew time; top steers 8.35; she stock
5.75 down; few vealers 11.60; some
cows and heifers left unsold.
Sheep 500; very little trading, few
sales; lambs steady to 25 lower; 79
pound Colorado lambs 10.00.
Best Bests 4950o
Butter Remains He
SEATTLE, Jan. 29. Eiggs Select
local ranch, white shells 49 50c; pul
Butter City Creamery, in cubes 44;
bricks or prints 45; seconds, in cubes
41; bricks 42; country creamery ex
tras, cost to jobbers, in cubes 4 1 ; stor
BETTER BUSINESS, SLOW
CHICAGO, Jan. 29. (A. P.) Un
certainty as to the interpretation to be
f laced on government figures regaro
ing supplies of wheat in the li, S. did
a good deal today to unsettle the wheat
market. After much whipsawing
prices closed Irregular, 1 14 net lower
to 114 advance with Marcel. 65V4 to
1.65 and May 1,53? to 1.53 i Corti
finished 3-4 off to 1-4 up. oats 1-J
VERDICT, SAYS 'LET S GO
SEATTLE, Jan. 29. (A. P.)
John Sehmltt, alleged . bandit, was
found guilty of murder in the first
degree with a recommendation for
hanging, by the jury which heard his
trial In superior court hero today on
the charge of killing Police Ietcctlve
James 0'P.rien in a gun battle last
Friday The . jury, including four
women, wan nut 54 minute.. On henr.
down to a like gain, and provisions nff the verdict the defendant smiled
showing a rise of 2 to 22c.
It was only when trading was en
tirely over that definite announcement
was posted saying the government fig
ures on the domestic wheat supply ex
cluded farm stocks held for feed 'ana
seed and represented marketable
wheat lone. From the outset price
and said: "Lets go."
L HIEV SIM
, FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Citrus Washing Powdery 3 package ......:..85c
Canyon Milk, 8 can .". $1.00
Fresh Country Lard, S pound pail ...$1.25
Sun Maid Seeded Raisins, 3 package 85c
Diamond W Currants, 3 packages 85c
DIAMOND W CAKING POWDER
....1 pound, 25c; 21-2 pounds, 50c; 5 pounds, 90c
221 East Court St
The Most In Value The Best ia Quality
THE MORE CAREFUL YOU ARE
K) BUY THE BEST COAL, THE
MORE CERTAIN YOU WILL BE TO
SKKKS CIJSTKU l.KAHKrtSIIU.
' LONDON, Jan. 29. (A. P.) Sir
James Craig, who has been prominent
in the councils of the Ulster Unionists
for many years, has accepted an offer
frm tho Tester denutntlon now vlnlt.
changes in the wheat market resulted j ing London to put his name before
uuitrny jrom opposing interpretations
of the government report. Values
dipped at the start, then sharply ad
vanced, and later fluctuated almost
haphazard, bulls contending that sup--"-
for the remainder of the season
would be scanty, add bears asserting
the contrary. Another source of con
fusion was a conflict of estimates on
the world carry-over. Corn and oats
were governed by the action of wheat
but kept within narrow bounds. Lib
eral receipts of corn continued. ,
Higher quotations on hogs gave
strength to provisions. i
LESS WOOL ACTIVITY
'tho loyal people of the six counties"
for election as their leader, provided
his selection should meet - with the
unanimous approval of the Ulster
Qjility Qi&itit S i f ' i 3 1 '
Every article a great saving to yon. We will con
tinue this sale nntil everything is sold. ,
A $140 Columbia machine with 20 free
Records for $85.00
A S120 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.
A $24.00 Mattress, Fine Springs $12.00r and French i
Post Ivory Bed $23.00, all for $35.00 i
A fine felted Cotton Mattress formerly $18. . . $9.00 i
A 50c Heavy Carpet Beater '.. 25c '
$12.00 Leather Seat Dining Chairs ..... . . . . . . $6.50 j
50c Cold Handle Fry Pans . . . ... ....... 20c i
25c Bread Tins v.. 10c j
25c Bake Pans 15c
Heavy China Plates, dozen $2.00
ON SALE! ON SALE! ON SALE!
Owing to the greatly reduced prices the
sale is for cash only.
Cruikshank & Hampton
"QUALITY COUNTS" I
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548 I
Your Old Furniture taken in exchange aa part payment on new.
NEW YORK, Jan. 29. (A. I'.)
Dun's today said:
The trend toward better business
continues Blow and irregular. . As sen
timent strengthens there is a gradually
increasing inclination to undertake
conservative commitments for the
future and new buying is most evident
tn those lines where prices seem 10
Ka onnrAiitiliKT a tttlnt tf ut n hit! mt ion.
While the latter condition as yet pre-!
vails in comparatively few instances,
the preponderance of declines in
wholesale quotations is less pronounc
ed than recently and signs are nol
lacking that the deflation has about
run its course in certain markets. A
demand for goods that is based on
ctuaI reo,uirements has lately develop
ed in some trades in different sections
of the country, particularly in textile
branches In the east and prospects for
further gains and their maintenance
ire the more favorable because specu
atlve excesses are absent. Weekly
bank clearings $6,555,340,185.
I ' ' . ' ' J
BOSTON', Jan. 29. (A. r.)The
'ommercial Bulletin today said:
"While there has been hardly as
much activity in wool during the past
week as in the previous week, prices
we firmly maintained, and with trie
stronger position of exchange, the ten
dency Is.upward, if anything. Tho tie.
mand has included both fine and med
ium wools. The goods market is onb
"Observers through the wool tracts
are very skeptical about the. enact
ment of the emergency tariff bill." :
Scoured basis: ' v
Texas Fine 12 months 70j3'80; fine
eight-months 65 60.
California Northern 78 ft' 80; mid
dle county 75; Southern 65.
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple 80 rip
85;jeastern clothing 6065; -valley No.
Territory Fine staple choice 85 tt
95: half blood combing J5u80: 3-S
blood combjng 5356; quarter blood
combing 4045; fine clothing 6570;
fine medium clothing 60W65. '
Pulled Delaine 85; AA 75; A supers
Hohairs Uest combing 300 32; best
MKri. JESSIE H. POKTIOl
WfUlam S. Porter and Jessie M
Porter were married. Then the
husband decided to have it an
nulled. Later be changed hit
tntnd agajn and asked ber to re
marry him. She agreed. Another
change of mind hit Porter and the
sued him for 150.000 breach of
promise. The court allowed ker
INSTANT WARMTH .
Bathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
':. to light circuit
SOU E. Court
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