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DAILY EAST OREGONlAN, VeNDLETON, OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEW?, LOCAL AND GENERAL
IncludUig Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
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tVtnm the Oregon Journal .
Pnap was ihiwn in livestock' trade
Ifi practically every division of North
I'otllsnd fur the week opening with a
lotal run of l car compared with 8
k week Rgo and hi cars a year ago.
In lolnJ-d instances r.rlcw bulg.d i
Rurprlslngly small arrival were
hcnn at North Portland for the weelts
'benlng with a tolal of but 1J head.1
While thin was In excess of the run of'
lt Monday, atlll the trade had antici
pated a better showing, j
Extreme strength was shown in the
market at the mart and two loads of
fancy light weight stuff the sort mado
to order Mock went at tll.CS.
premium of I!c above the regular
General hog market range;
Prima light (11. 00$ 11.(5
Smooth heavy' lO.tOtt 11.00
Hough heavy ,.. C.S0. J.60
Fat pigs 10.60eit.0t
Feeder pjgs I0.004y 11.00 j
Cattle demand showed real anap at
North Portland for the Monday morn
ing opening., There was quite a fair
total run of 194k head compared with
1T2S last Monday, hut of the total
allowing 14 loads did not atop here.
but were direct to outside killers.
ever, general transactions continued
within the range quoted while, lam
week's finula showed these prices be
ing anaoea somewhat. v
ength ia shown in the. calf divi
sion and -choice dairy stock is firmly
established up to 1 3.50.
, One extra fine lot of Shorthorn I
steers Went at $S euriy
l. Cox of Heppner had in one select I
load of 26 head of Shorthorn uteersf
that topped the market at IS without
a single cut.
General cattle market range:
FifcST trip Hte, no
TOV 4UST )T 4, CM
I Choice steers .......... 1
While the general trend of the cattle Bdlum ,0 s,eer
trade was considered steady. In spots
the market was advanced a quarter
nv-r the hulk of previous snips, flow
It reqw'nes brawn anil Imin and labor tn scale tlic
peaks. It mt grnitw or soimtlina few have. Per
haps t Is tlx- quality to do something no one rse
lias Oiwighwof doing, call it lnitiatrve or creative
Though unaware of ,B, you are endowed with" Ideas
of four oaa, creative poser. ,
iaeovrr yourclr, then use your initiative.
Your banking business Invited. - . . "
Penrlleton, Oregon. , '
"Strongest Saac in Cast etn Oregon
Buy Oliver Plows Now at a New Price.
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See the 19 B Gangs with Tractor Hitch now on our
-; '..--:'- - " ' floor. '',''' "
Sturgis & Storie
.0Q 7. El
Fair to good steers
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cows and
Fair to medium cowrand
heifera 6.00 9
Common cows, heifers ., 4.00
Bulls 3.60 (ft
Choice feeders 6.S0f
Fitir to good feeders . ,
Choice dairy calves . . ,
Prime light calves
Medium light calves ..
Activity was shown
for mutton at the opening of the Mon
day morning trade at North Portland.
There was a run of S187 head compar
ed with 2540 head lost Monday and
1S50 head a year ago. Activity wan
especially parked in ewea and wethers
land the former showed 50c to SI ad
vance. Lambs were considered full
General sheep market range!
Knst of mountain lamse t ?.50 8.00
Willamette valley Iambi (.500 7.00
Heavy lambs (.50 7.0C
Keeder lambs ......... . 5.504 1.50
Light yearlings y .50 7.00
Heavy yearlings 6.60 6.60.
Wethers 5.009 (.00
Cull lamba ............ 4.006 6.00
Eews 1.60 5.00
Courtesy, Service and the
ErerythhJg in the stock u priced in keeping with i
' " the quality. .... ' , :'. ,
In the period we have, been in Pendleton we have
steadily gained the confidence of our customers
through courtesy, service and the right price.
To those that haven't been in we extend special
invitations. . i .
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Cruikshank & Hampton I
"QUALITY COUNTS" I
124-128 C Webb Pendleton, Ore.
Toar Oid tAiruHure lakra la exchange aa part pamrul vat aew.
Rig Iteeeipfs ,
CHICAGO, Feb. 28v Big receipts at
Kansas City had a depressing Influence
today on wheat. Rallies did not last
arid the close was weak, 14 to 1 K net
lower, with March 1.66 Vs to 1.66
and May 1.56 to 1.56.
Com finished unchanged to Uc low
er and oats at a shade to advance.
Provisions gained 5 to 10c.
Bears in wheat made much of word
that arrivals at Kansas City today to
taled 625 cars. This news, in connec
tion with some selling of wheat to be
put Into store here led to a material
setback in tlfe first hour., Much em
phasis was placed on contentions that
wheat values were excessively high as
compared with almost everything else
.Subsequently, indications of export
business, together with a revival of
green bug advances, from the south
west led to a sudden upturn in prices.
Prices showed an especial tendency to
sag In the final 15 minutes.
An unexpected falling off tn th
visible supply of cgrn tended to steady
tho market for corn and oats.
provisions declined -with' hogs, but
later scored gains owing to 'apparent
likelihood tliat arrivals of hogs would
Quotes Wheat at S2.70 'A
BAN FRANCISCO, March !. (A.
P.) Receipts Flour 20ft qrai wheat
3200 centals.; barley 34,11 centals:
corn l.kutl sacks; onions 21 sacks; oats
225 sacks: livestock 100 head; beans
1,354 sacks; potatoes 7,195 sacks; hay
444 tons; lemons and oranges 3,000
boxes; bides 36 bundles. .
Wheat 2.702.80-; corn white Egyp
tian 2.600 2.75; red milo 1.96 l 2.05;
barley spot feed 1.30 0 1.40; shipping
1.50S1.60: oat red l.SOO.1.75..' :
Oranges, .naval . 2.0f4.75;- femona
2.0O3.5O; lemonettes-, 1.502.08;
grape fruit 2.00 3. 50; tangerines 2.00
ft 3.60; apples 1.2501.85; bifhanas 90
10; avocadoes 3.00 5.00: " :
Lambs 23c to 50c , , , .
Lower In Kansas City '.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.; March 1. (A.
P.) Cattle Receipts 12,000; beef
steers steady to strong; top 90; texas
quarantine steers 8. OA 8.50; she stock
steady to 25c higher; best heifers 8.60;
mixed steers and heifers 9.00;f little
she stock below 5.25; bulls strong, tian
ners and calves steady; most vealers
around 11.00; stockers and feeders
strong to 25c higTier; many 800 to 1000
pound feeders 8.25 W 8.6ft. . .
Sheep Receipts. 17,000; sheep and
yearlings steady; ewes 6.10; yearlings
8.50; lambs 256 50c - lower; heavy
lambs off more, top 10.50. ,
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HogsReceipts 340. Steady. Prime
10.7511.25; medium heavies 8.750
10.76; rough heavies 8.757.25; pigs
Cattle Receipts 654. Market 25 to
5e lower, prime steers 8.000 8.50;
medium to choice 6.50 7.80; common
to good 5.00W5.50; best cows and heif
ers 6.256.75; medium to choice 5.00
W6.00; common to good 3.50M4.60;
bulls 6.00W6.OO: eslves, light 10.500
13.00; heavy 4.E05.50.
Butter Is Itrmer
In New York Markets
NEW YORK, March 1. (A. P.)
Butter firmer; creamery higher than
extras 54C64H; creamery extras
534; creamery firsts 48fr53.
Eggs unsettles'; fresh gathered extra
firsts 40; fresh gathered firsts 36 i &
Cheese firmer: state whole milk
flats held special 26ft 29; state whole
milk flats specials 24 WW 25 ft. .
White Shell Eggs
f Jet SSe and 84c.
SEATTLE. March 1 .Eggs Select
local ranch, white shells 33 W 34c; ditto
mixed colors 31c; pullets 28c.
Butter City creamery In cubes 55t)
bricks or prints 66c; country cream
ery extras, cost to jobbers in cubes.
r2c; storage 420)45.
11,494 I tales of
Wool Offered ' .
LONDON. March 1. At the wool
sales yesterday 11,494 bales were of
fered, comprising a good selection.
Best Merinos were steady and medium
inferiors and cross breeds were easy.
The latter frequently were withdrawn.
We Can Save
You Money On Your Grocery Bill. One Trial
Will Convince You.
Guaranteed Fresh Eggs, dozen 35c
Sweet Juicy Oranges, 3 dozen '.50c
White Laundry Soap, 20 bars $1.00
Canyon Brand of Milk, 8 cans. $1.00
Best Iowa Corn, the can 15c
Good Winesap Apples, the box . $1.00
Our last shipment of Robles Canned Peaches,
Pears and Apricots will be here this week.
Better place your order now for these
Fruits. . ,
We give weekly and monthly credit service
to reliable customers.
0 . nr
221 East Court St V
The Most In Value The'Best in Quality '
;.. Phone 871 '
"No-To-Bac" has helped thousands
to break the costly, nerve-shattering
tobacco habit. Whenever you have a
kpglng for a cigarette, cigar, pipe, or
for a chew, Just place a harmless No-
To-Bac tablet in your mouth instead.
to help' relieve that awful desire,
bhoniy the habit may be completely
broken, and you are better off'mantal
ly. physically, financially. It's so easy
so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac
and if it dosen't release you from all
craving for tobacco In any form, your
druggist will refund, your money
witnout question. , . . ',
EXPOSURE ACHES -RHEUT.IATIC
Sloan's Liniment, kept handy, :
takes the fight out of them )
SLOSHING around in the wet
and then the dreaded rheumatic ,
twinge! Cut not or long when
Sloan's Liniment is put on the jobl
Pains, strains, sprains how soon
this old family friend penetrates without
Tubbing and helps drive 'em away I And
how cleanly, too no muss, no bother,
no stained skin or flogged pores. '
Muscles limber up, lumbago, sciatica, '."
neuralgia, backache are promptly re- "
lieved. Keep bottle handy. Get one
today if you, ve run out of Sloan's Lini
ment, it's jo warming, - -
All druggists-ScrVOc, ll.40.The '
largest bottle holds six times as much
as the smallest. .
, will solve all your
Ask an Owner
0. E HI AUTO CO.
Alta and Cottonwood Sts.
; Phone 46
Rebuilt Second Hand Cars
Sold on EasyiTerms
Automobile Show. Lets Go! March 10-11-12.
iim . .
, J. T. HALE
. Mortors Repaired
Farm Lighting a
Phone 1029-R ; .
Visible Snpply of ' ' " ,
Wheat Shows Decrease
NEW'TORK, March 1. (A. P.)
The visible supply of American and
bonded grain shows the following
changes: N . . . .
. Wheat, decreased 700,000 bushels.
-Corn, decreased 1,341.000 bushels. ;
Oats, decreasnd 326,000 bushels. .
Rye, decreased 32,000 bushels.
Barley, decreased 810,000 bushels.
Things You Don't Know About
People You Do Know. ;
If - I!
PANCHO" VILLA, th Mexican ban
dit Is a teetotaler; he. never gambles;
The Officers and t)irectors of
THE INLAND EMPIRE BAHK
take pleasure in announcing the opening of the
of the bank on Tuesday, March First.
The LIBERTY BELL SAVINGS BANKS,
which are miniatures of the famous LIBERTY
BELL so dear to the hearts of all Americans,
have been secured for use in saving your money
at home. Get one by opening an account in our
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT and start on the
road to financial INDEPENDENCE by saving.
- (RING THE LIBERTY BELL with each coin
"At The Sign Of IheJ'eecocK'
AT THE SIGN OF THE
HEAT IS THE SOUL OF "PEACOCK" COAL
Quality t -
"SHghtly Used Cars"
If you are going to buy a used car it will
mean money in your pocket to look over our ex
cellent stock. We nave Fords, Chevrolets,
Buicks, Cadillacs, and other standard make cars
which have been overhauled in our shop and are
in Al condition.
We invite your inspection of these super
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET
Phone 468 .
and h smokes very rarely. . ,-. -