East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 26, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    DAILY EASt'oREGO.nIaN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY EVENING, FEERUARY 26, 1821.
TAGS EIGHT
TWELVB PAGES'
DAILY MARKET MEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
OUTUURSTS OF' EVERETT TRUE
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
.Nominal I 1m-ik Ii
Market In Portland Yard
'J lierc was iiEutn a nominal ran lmJ
0 n mli.;i uiHft'H for liveMock at
r.mih I'oitliind lth only scant
MinwoiK nf arrivals were Indicated dur.
in the day.
only In the hoi alleys was there a
fur supply mailable f tin- Friday
tinde hi North Portland, lvmand In
h ion won Ronil, especially in
lrw f the fact that Eastern values
1 me Urn i-limbing fur some days mid
11 would cost more to bring In Kastern
nwk lhan Ihe local market price.
Trend if the Friday trade was con
,(Vrd fully steady, i
Onoml ling market rntisc:
Prime IU,ht , f 1 l.e,0 11.3s
Smooth heavy
Itotirh heavy
cattle nlles at North Portland Fri
jda.v. 1 h.ti w net enough attic It In
: igl'.l lo foue any change In sentiment.
w huh was steady. Price held station
ary. Central catllr market range:
Choice steers t 7.50 S.0
Ueui.mi lo if iod steers .. S75W J. SO
Fair to flood steers 4.00V 6.7 1.
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers
Medium lo good cows and
heifers
Fair to medium cows and
heifers
Common tows, heifers ..
tanners .
Hulls
Choice feeders
Ki.r.iKi 1 1.00, ).,(,. m good feeders
6.50 i) 9.50 j rhol- dairy calves .
tvwes 1.00 4.00
Willi no arrivals for Fd.iay. shec p
and lamb division at North I'nrtlund
' without husniss of any character.
Ft rmer prlois were considered iiumln
ally steady,
Uei.eral sheep market range:
r.nst of .mountain lambs ) 7.5o,fi 8. on
Willamotta vullry lambs S.60W 7.00
5.00W I.Or eavy lambs ..' 6.50W 7. nn
4.00 .7M Feeder lambs 0. 6.505(1 6.6u
I. .ght ytarlln)fs ..... .f.o iji 7.00
Heavy ycnrllniia . ri.,'.0(li) 6.5U
Wt-thors 5. go an 8. tut
Cull lamha 4.00V 5.00
6. 0fi 6.00
...
rat ttlK In-a)fi Trime lltiht calvea ..
Id-r pit 10.00ft-tl.iftj Medium liKht calves
, Only a very ncant supply Invaded th roor calves
BOO ff
4.00 !tt
2.0i
S.Rrtu
B.r.0
13.00M1S.2E
1 1.00 12.00
S.OOWlO.Of
6 00tf 7. id
5.6ft
6.110
4.00
5.00
6.00
5. SO
T.iv Spirit of litcss lrlvv5 yi!i"s nil over tli
tnril ti mid on. tliroiifrh s"V"". aero, nioiuituin V
i vr tin fiuht i.s wars. iKstJU'in-c, rli-mciits nil
to rra.h tlic mis!i?y otvsl nf Sl'fl-:ss.
This Hnnic t-pirit Is iirvvalrtit ooritore tiMla.r;
Kj-4.cni (Ircson is l.rt.tl l y OiiH pn-crtotlvt' i fit
a ul rartHt ..nuniil.. 11. mi Mhat uu imt a itH(rc
livam j-eMoi.l.iy, Ikkh-jik s ii nkal:ty toniorriiw.
1 The Spi
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TlioAmericanNaiionalBank
Pendleton. Oregon.
'Strangest Sank in Gastent Oregon"
"AtHieSiqnul ilr-j-.vicotk,"
AT THE SIGN OF THE
PFfl flint
HEAT IS THE SOUL OF "PEACOCK" COAL
Phone 173
Smythe-Lonergan Co.
Quality
Quantity
Service
IlllllUIIIIlIlIIlIIIIUIIIIIIlIIIIIIf lllfllllllf flllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllfllllltllllltlll'ir
Building Castles f
In the shape of bungalows furnished in a manner
5 dear to the heart of every young couple is a day E
dream easily made to come true at this store.
Large display rooms flooded with sunlight en
ables one to picture each piece as it would appear in
your own home.
Whether you are just making a new home or add
ing a new piece to wme room in your old one you'll
find here a pa;r.Ktaking and courteous service, cou
pled with likeaLle prices for quality merchandise.
l-'MMirt lliislne-s
lUliii-K clid-aiii, .Market
t'HIl'AiiO. Kill, 'li. Export busi
ness tosether with some Investment
buying rallied th wheat market yes
terday after fresh decline. The cluse
was stronir al the same as yesterday's
finish to i-i lusher with March 1.67 14
to l.7 and May 1.57 3-8 to 1.5 "I.
Corn sained 4 Ii 3-8 to 1; cats li, tc
and provisions 17 to 40.
Wheat bulla obtained the advantnsre
in the last half hour of the, session,
1'tevious to that lime thn market had
! been deiires.se,! tiv continued svllimr
that was nniinly nscribed to bearlsn
aspects of the Industrial outlook. Gos
sip that the government report on I
1:11m reserves March 1. would prove 1
to be attainst the liuylng side tended
also to weaken the market. On tho
downward Kiving of prices, however.
rMop.nn ('.emand revived and is was j
estimated that 1,400.000 bushels hail
been purchased for e::port. A quick
apluri in prices followed and ther
was livelv buyinir at the last, much i
ot it on the part of the shorts, but alsoj
1 considerable amount that appeared ,
beyond question to be for Investment.
Talk of llassian fly damcer in the
northern section of the wheat belt
counted somewhat as a late bullish I
fucttr. 1
Corji and nats rallied with wheat I
Sninllness of rural offerings of corn j
attracted a good deal of notice. 1
Higher (imitations i,n hugs gave nl
lift tf jirovisions. ' .. . !
OH , GROWN '.. , tAtT A MllVUTCSiU
1
z
I VVAMT " IV3 XOVJ IMC NfMrT w 1 Ci X
cetceAiT took on rttstoK-rt rAiMi, alo
rNrTcvit-c. Keep yoj
, rt. L'4 STUMMING. THOSE
if 7 -poo s r coAkcts
more especially on women's wear. ; -MiPn Market In
1'rices arc di.wn about 45 to 50 per Han Illy Hclti r
cent compared -with last year. Some) KANSAH I'l'fV, Feb. . 2. Cattle
small buyiiiff is repoi ted in th? bright
wool sections at las; week's rates."
t'i'oured basis:
Oresun K-stern, No. I staple KOW
00; oasterntlothing 63 n-70; valley No.
1, 65ft 70.
Territory Fine staple choice 85?
O.S": half blood combing: 75WS0: 3-5
market has been only ",. """""1 aj-a os; iuaner niooa
during the past xm,,ln .m-'i: nne ana rine mou-
om cioininx ttnF .o.
Mohairs licst comblns 30W32; best
5 27.
Wool 'ali:is
Knlrly Steady
UniTON. Feb. 21. The Commercial
Bulletin today will say
"The -wool
moderately active durins the pasi
week, but values are fairly steady
h.re. In the fnreiirn markets, dui-
largely to the withdrawal of American I -ardmg
competition, prices have slumped.
"The emergency tariff is still in con
ference, but is not expected to become
b'W a'thone-. It is still cc'simr some
hesitation in the market. The Ameri
can Woolen Co. opened overcoatings
-!"d wom-n's wear this week, with 1
fair response on the part of buyers,
Dr. David Bennett Hill
. DENTISTRY
Johns Bldg.
Pendleton, Oregon
Active I blillirr lit Fur Sale
ST. LoflS. Mo., Feb. 3. (A. P.)
Active bidding yesterday continued to
mark the progress of the winter auc
tion of the International fur exchange'
here, the offerings moving rapidly.
Declines from the peak prices pre
vailing here last May were Kcnerallv
In evidence but fly-in squirrel showed
an advance of about 10 percent over
the May fitiure, with 80 cents the tiy
lor f,g,soj pelts.
Chinese mink was nhnnt 50 per cent
lower, the top price for 15,Sl skins
beini 20 cents.
Heavy sales were made in npoKui:i,
631.359 brlnsins $348,000. .
The top of $1.36 and the decrease
from May averaged 37 y, Per cent.
Coney's near seals and sealines, of
which 21,882 dozen were sold dirvvn afi
per cent with the top for dozen lots
$23.75.
lteceipts 1.300; beef ulcers steady to
strung: top 11.25; other sales 7.60W
-.10; she stock steady; best heifers
8.25; calves strong to l.nn higher;
mostly 50 hmher; top vealers 12.00;
all other classes steady.
Sheep lieceipts 2,500. Killing
classes 25J5oc higher; wethers .50:
handy weight yearlings 8.50; 84-pound
iambs 10.75; feeding lanitnhs 8.10.
Saturday Specials
FRESH STOCK CRjSCO ) i i ' (
1 1-2 pound, 3Scj 3 pound, 70c j 6 pound,' $1.30
9 pound, $1.95
WESSON OIL T
Pint, 35cj Quart, 65c, 1-2 Gallon, $1.20 .
2 Bottles Good Catsup ..v..,...li.'.....45c
20 Bars White Laundry Soap ....$1.00
Jj Packages Best Currants "..;......85c
3 Cans, Asparagus Tips i . ..;.:...j 65c
8 cans -Canyon Milk ;.,.......$1.00
3 Cans Sunbrite Cleanser .v, ,..25c i
Best Grade Flour. 49 pound sack i..;.l,..$2.50
The
Sanitary Grocery
- ' ft - -: " ... .
221 Easi Court St ! ? r i ' '
The Most In Value . , The Best In Quality '
Phone 871' -. ...: .
I'.li; (.old Ship
Arrive From India
NKW YOItK, Feb. 20. (A. P.)
Between J4.0o,ili0 nnd $5,000,000 In
mid, $3,50ii,iiiiu of which Is consign
ed to tho Kiiiliab!e Trust Comrany ot
this city, arrived here yesterday from
Ind a oil tlir FnUe.l Mate,s Shipping
Board steamer Nemaha.
Wool AhsorlKil '
ISy IIoiim- Tradn
I J.ONIVON, Feb. 2(1. (A. P.) At
the wool auction sales yesterday 10,70!
lales were offered. C.ood wools were
well absorbed by the home trade and
the continent at unchanged prices.
Lurry wcols wer, neglected uad easy,
especially Cross lireils.
A New
Paige
wiU solve all your
troubles ;
Ask an Owner -" i"
H F HO OIVIAfJ AIITI) f!f)
a- I iWbWII II II 1 f IW I w . Uwi
Alta and Cottonwood Sts. t .
. Phone 46 v-
Rebuilt Second Hand Cars .
Sold on Eas v Terms f
Automobile Show. Lets Gol March 10-lM2.lt
INCOME TAX
Coutts & Averill
ACCOUNTANTS
Will prepare your ta rct'irns
and guarantee their work with
out holding: you up for their
services. Bring your data to
them.
Office Over Bond Brothers
.Seatilp Market
Inclined to he Weak .
SKATTIE, Feb. 21. "att'o lte
ceipts 76; wenk. Prime steers 8.25Sr
.?8; medium to choice 6.25 7.25;
common to send 5.008.00: b- st cowb
end heifers e.o0fi7.00; medium to
choke G.OOfi 6.00; common to trood
G1H4 SO; h ills 5.00'a00: calves,
light 11.0012.50; heavy 6.00 fi 7.50.
Hogs No receipts. Steady, prinn
10. 75?i 11.25; medium heavys 9.75
10.75; rough heavies 6.75W7.25; pigs
l.00 11.50.
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!HE$ra SPILLS'
E.dlt &k rui UrnwaUt (nf
-1 Tke tia tbfp. Slum of rocr
ftf riKK- AvkfnrCirM'lfts.'ff
i ysn.Voor-ibest,5ijt,A.it fi cc'li'
' Kvapomtc'd Apples
jln l air lfewaud In X. Y.
N1VV YORK, Fob. 26. Evaporated
pW-'K in fair demand. Prunes quiet,
etches quiet.
; Eastern IttittiT
Slums MrciiKtli
, NKW YOI'.K, Feb.- 2. Butter
strons";- creamery higher than extras
S2f 32Hc: creamery extras 51V'5H4e.
treiir.iery firsts 4:,!fi 50 tjc.
EglfS itc.idy; unchanged.
(herse firm, unchanged.
St.AYF.lt Ik K0FATF.I).
ri'Ktll.o, Colo., Fell, 26. (A. P.)
A coroner's jury today exonerate-:
Jack Planda, 16, ( l'oung Orlffo) from
blamo in connection with the death
here Wednesday night of John Fhnnk.
Jr. ' 17, '(Young Coi-be't), when Shank
fell to the rioor in the fourth round of
a boxing mntrh, dying soon nftcrwfcrd.
The Jury found that his death was due
to dilation of the right auricle of the
heart, caused by over-exertlou from
training or boxing. Planda announc
ed today he has quit the ring.
yuumyrimuiDiij ai neasonaDie rnces :
East Oregonian Printing Departmental H
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IT'S NEW IN CHICAGO.
Kggs 35 to Silt;
In Seat Ho
HKATTI.R, Feb. 26. K-,'(?s Rcloci
local ranch white Bhelis 35 tin 30c; ditto
mixed co!ors!.34c; pullets 30c.
Butter City creamery in cubes 55c;
bricks or-rprints 56c; country cream
ery extras cost to Jobbers in cubes 52;
stnrHgo 42fi35.
9'
' Cruikshank & Hampton
"QUALITY COUNTS"
124-123 E. Wetb Pendleton, Ore.
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uv safe depostf oAutts
vcOo are sfcortphotesMtwiM
protect your oaiuaMes y
IF you ant to make sure that your
jewelry and other valuables are
protected let our safe deposit vault
take care of them for you. Our ser
vice is courteous, and the expense is
light.
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It's a ne.v slulc thht Chicago girls
set after linif-iiof e came Into popular
ity. Card rs in loud colors, with frills
or, them: and In i r.ler that the attrnc
t ve iTRngemeet nuiy not he In vain,
short skirls with a five or s x-lnch slit
in the bark, whkh opens wlieu lha
wearer walk. .
With a Wrench and a
Screw Driver
It is wonderful how a powerful electric
1 lant like the LALLEY a plant thatdoei
so many things and does them to well
can be so simple and so accessible. - . V
JWjenyou consider that the LALLEY
LIGHT and Home Electric Power Plant ,
hasonly three moving parts; when you cpn
sider that this great piece of machinery can
be assembled and dissembled in a very few
minutes, with only a screw driver and a
Wrench to do the work, it is even more
remarkable.
The LALLEY is the most simple mechan
ism of its kind made.
Thi ii why the LALLEY seldom get out of order.
Thii i why it ii to .inexpensive to maintain to uy'
to operate. ' .
The limplicity of the LALLEY it Jurt on of ki unuiual,
feature. It has to many good points there aro so many
things about its splendid construction, that you must see it ' i
in actual operation to know it, and better understand if. .
Come in and let u go over the plant from top to bottom
inside and out. If it' not convenient for you to do so
just now, drop u a card asking for the LALLEY Book. .
It will give you many valuable pointers on the saving
of time, work and money. .
BE SURE See the LaUcy FIRST
STURGIS & STORIE
Walla Walla Pendleton .
Winlnwhn for fecfWco . efemenf far th Pom'
and Rami Ham V.
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