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DAIt7 EAST OHEGONIAtf. rtXTJLETCN. CSEGOIT, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1020.
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
At North Portland !
from the wcgon Journal.)
WhiM II uiU.h! of livestock cams
to NVrth Portland Uilnri.. , i'Ml j
liinMed supplies were nwtilublc for the
ItUIC. Rest tif ItlO HttH'k WHS direct III)
killers. Hirfu were steady, mtilcj
steady and sheep generally higher.!
Eastern markets were higher in prac-;
Itcnlly nil allns for the dny. f
Just ii nominal number of sherp ami I
lamtn were ahatlaii'.r fur the North I
Portland mnrk-t Monday, although'
there was a liberal rim. of the tnl
F"1'I'I.V received 119 head 7c( '
In-ad were on contract to kiiler ami'
therefor were not offering, j
Fur the limited stisks available the
market showed rent strength andj
active buying resulted. East of the
mountain Muff showed no change in
price, but (he differential h.twe.n
tl n cl.iss and Willamette vulley offer
i'l .. was oncd, the latter mtvanc
(ok to Is. 80 during (he day. Advances
were aener.nl for practically all other
linea with the exception of ewes.
General i.heep and lamb market :
Kaat of mountain lambs. . S.OO tji 9.25
W illamette valley lambs .. 8. 00 ji 8.60
Heavy lambs t.SOjiS.OO
FitJit lambs COO & 7.50
Cull lamba 4.110 ft 6.00
l.tsht yearlings .......... 7.00 5 7.50
Heavy yearlings , 6.50 tjr 7.00
Ewes 1.50 4.1 5.00
Market fur cattle showed a very ac
tive demand at North Portland WW
nesday with a small run of 105 head
reported lit the alleys. Prices showed
no change, for the day. but were gen
erally well maintained.
General cattle market range:
Choice slcers f 7.75 8.50
1921-Mo Show 1921
Aiitr-inot"vr dealers, tumors and visitor), yon arc in
vited to tlw rooms of the Alitor lean National Rank,
jri-lllng-dcsks, u-lcplKmos ami n-st-rooms are ' in
Mailed there lor your convenlcnt-a.
Tfie Americanffitional Bank
'Strongest Sank in Castern Oregon
irvTTir: tmw -.iw n
A Butter Without a
Better Grocers Will
Send no other brand
on your order.
New Arrivals of Axminster
and Wilton Rugs
If you haven't seen the assortment and the
new 1921 prices- you will be astonished at what
we have to offer.
6.35 ii 7.0u
8.75 W 1.21
S.SS B. 7 r.
4.'J5 ii G.!
Cruikshank & Hampton I
124-128 E. Webb Pendleton, Ore.
Vour Old Furniture Taken in tvtluuige aa Part Pa)ment on New. C
Medium to Rood steers , . T.oiHi 7. IS
riir to medium steers . . .25 T.Oo
Common to lair utoera . , 5.25 if 6.2,
Choice cows and heifein
Medium to good C(w and
Fuir to medium cows and
mmon cows, heifers. .
dinners 2.1)0 u
ills 3.50 1.00
Choice feeders 5.50 s 6.0o
r"air to good feeders .... 5. 80O 5.50
Choice dairy calves 1 2.50 tt' 13.50
Prime light dairy. calves 11.6012.50
Aled. liiiht ("ally calves .. 9. 50 j j 1.50
Ketvy uairy elve 11.00 C 7. TO
Wliile one handful of hoirs sold at
11.60. or a dims better than the pre
vious market, carload quotations were
considered tinchansed, but steady, at
ll.Jd duriiiK the Wednesduy North
Portland soKsion. Only a amall run
came forward and quick wiles were
General hog market range:
I Time lipht ll.0011.50
Smooth heavy V, 10.50 Jj) 11. Oe
Itongh heavy S.50 J.50
fat ptjrs 10.00 11.00
Feeder pips 10.00 tf 11. Oo
WlH'at lrkm Conic
Hack W illi Mror
CiriCAC.O, March 10. (A. P.)
Wheat prices rebounded with vigor
today from a fall due to the govern
ment report en farm reserves. The
market closed uhsettled, half to 2 net
htffhcr, with March 1.67 to 1.6S and
May 1.59i to 1.60. Corn finitJied 6-S
to S-4W7-8 up, oats unchanged to a
hade advance and provisions at piins
f fiVe to 10.
After midday the upward sailing of
.-alues attained force 111 good earnest,
"arrylns the market 5 to 5. above
he bottom figures of the session, with
nly modenite setbacks at the last
Corn and oats swayed "with wheat
but kept Inside of narrower limits.
Provisions were governed chiefly
"y the action of grain.
j zno cr was thc
?;-.,.- r-vtjMic-3T thing;'.
tOW KSMllsiO KCS CTC A COUSim OF" MlMlS
I. THVMrV IT'S A
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
Best Cane Sug;ar, 10 lbs $1.00; sack $10.00
Carnation Milk, 3 cans 40c; case $6.25
3 Cans Good Corn 40c 9 Lb. Sack Rolled
2 Cans Puree
Tomatoes . . t. . 25c
3 Cans String
Beans ........ 40c
3 Cans Good Peas 50c
20 Bars White Laun
dry Soap . . . . $1.00
3 Lb. Can Ground .
Chocolate ... $1.15
1 Kal $1.25
1-2 gal 65c
Sun-Maid Seedless or Seeded Raisins and Dia
mond W. Currants, 3 packages i . . . . 85c
221 East Court St.
In Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, March 10. (A. P.)
Cattle Receipts 6,000; beef Bteers
steady to lo higher; early top 9.76:
some held higher; better grades she
ock steady to strong; others and can-
ners weak; bulls, stockers and feeders
teady; calves mostly lower than best
.ime Tuesday; practical top vealer
10.00; bulk 9.009.50; prime cows
7.00; bulk, cows and heifers 6.75
Sheen Receipts 7,000; steady; ewes
V00; lambs 25U50C; heavies up most;
'4 pound kind 10.00.
In livestock Market
SEATTLH, M"a!h 10. (A.. P.)
Hogs Receipts none. Steady. Prime
I O.TSffl 11.25; medium heavies 9.75$
'0.75; roush heavies 6.757.25; pigs
1.00 : 11.50.
Cattle t Receipts none. Weak.
Prime steers 7.50 8.00; medium to
choice 6.00 ir 7.00; common to good
t.50fi S.00; best cows and heifers 6.2
fr6.75: medium to choice 5.00 6.00;
-ommon to good 3.50i8 5.5O; bulls 4.50
'trS.oO; calves, light l0.50 12.00:
heavy 6.50 rti 7.00.
:-"eed Wheat Is
60 IN Seattle
J-EArrn!u, JIaroh 10 (A. P.
ity delivery: Feed Scratch feed !57
per ton; baby scratch feed 155; feed
wheat 160; all grain chop 47; oats
T46: rolled oats I4SI; sprouting oats
51; rolled barley t5; clipped barley
J49; milled feed 134; bran 34; whole
sorn 40; cracked corn 4 2.
Hy Alfallfa 127 ton; double com
resed alfalfa 333; ditto timothy 13.V,
-astern Washington mixed 334; btraw
?20; Puget Sound $.11.
1'iotn still :t;i:ilc.
FEATTLK, March lOu (A. P.)
Eggs Select local ranch, white shell.-i
3ai3l; ditto mixed colors 81; pullets
28. ' . .
Rutter City creamery, in cubes 47;
bricks or prints 48; country creamery
extras cost to Jobbers, in cubes, 44;
j REALTY TRANSFERS
C. V. Murphy to K.' and J. Koss,
$1200, S. 1-2 BK. 1-4 and 8E. 1-4 8W.
1-4 Sec. 17 and NW. 1-4 Sec. 20, Tp.
5 H. It. 31.
.. Houscr to W. Clmon $811.88,
SI?. 1-4 SW. 1-4 Sec 29 and K. 1-2
NW. 1-4 and NW. 1-4 NW. .1-4, Sec.
32, Tp. 4 S. It. 31.
O. Jtelder to O. W. Mathay $325.
lot 6 block H, Second Add. Hermlston.
City of Hermlston to O. W. Mathay
$50, lots 8 and 6, block H, Hermlston.
Heavy in l-Yisco
SAN FRANCrRCO, March 10.' (A.
f. )--Reeelpts Flour 3,012 qrs.; oats
1,163 centals; wheat 3,310 centals;
eans 5,387 sticks; barley 16,702 ccn
als corn 3.2.,ft sacks: onions 1.350
acks: potatoes 3,899 sacks; hr.y 175 j
ons; lemon ana oranges lzoo boxes;
ivestock 77 head: hides 223 bundles.
Tan-rerlnes 2.00 0t 3.59; avocadoes
A. It. Rebman to J. H. Sturgis,
$2500, E. 1-2 SW. 1-4 SE. 1-4 and NK.
1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 6 and N. 1-2 NW.
1-4 and SE. 1-4 NW. 1-4 Dec. 7, Tp.
2 N. R. 31.
V. W. Burke to Western Loan and
Building Co., $1, lot 5. block 5, Housers
C. McKinley to E. I,. McKinley, $10
Nli 1-4 SW. 1-4 NE. 1-4 and S. 1-2
SW. 1-4 NE. 1-4 and Xt,. 1-4 NW.
1-4 SE. 1-4 and part of S. 1-2 NW.
1-4 SE. 1-4 Sec. 1, Tp. 4 N. R. 28.
P. E. Qulick to W. M. Blusher.
$400, 8. 1-2 NE. l-4Sec. 23, SW. 1-4
NW. 1-4 and NW. 1-4 SW. i-4 Sec. 24
Tp. 1 S. R. 34, and SE. 1-4 SE. 1-4
Sec. 18. Tp. 1 S. It. 35.
J. A. Oakley to J. McCart $2500,
S. 1-2 SW. 1-4 Sec. 13, and N. 1-2 NW.
1-4 SE. 1-4 NW. 1-4 SW. 1-4 NE. 1-4
and NW. 1-4 SE. 1-4 Sec. 24, Tp. 5
S. R. 32.
J. McCart to W. E. Kyle, $1. S. 1-2
SW. 1-4 Sec. 13 and N. 1-2 NW. 1-4
SE. 1-4 NW. 1-4 SW. 1-4 NE. 1-4 and
NW. 1-4 SE. 1-4 Sec. 24, Tp. 5, H. R.
A. E. Vinson to E. V. Strunghan,
$.1000. .east 95 feet of lot 2 In block
25 Arnold's and Rulcy's Addition,
J. I). Chamberluin to F. C. 'Peter
son. $10, N. 1-2 S. 1-2 Ioys 7 and I
block J, Cklah.
V. II. Peterson to 1 C. Peterson,
$500, lots 1, 2 and 3 block G, I'kiah.
A. E. Fande to A. C. Voelker. $1500
lots 1 and 2 and E 1-2 lot 3, block F,
Second Addition Hermlston.
J. B. Swltzlcr to W. G. ltoot $200,
lots 3. 4. 5 and 6, block 15. Umatilla.
In 6 to 14 Day
All druggists are authorized U
refund the money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to Cure any case of
rrCHlNG. BUND, BLEEDING
or PR0Y8UDING PILES. Cures
ordinary cases lit t days, the
worst cases in 14 days.
PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Re
lieves ITCHING PILES aud you
can get restful sleep after the
It Is guaranteed by Perls Med
icine Co. St, Louis, Mo., Manu
facturers of the world-famous
Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine
This signature is on every bos
of PAZ.") OINTMENT. 60c
TSiitHT l ower
NEW YORK. March 10. (A. P.)-
Butter lower and unsettled; creamery
higher than extras 60 'Aft '61; cream
Ty extras 49 ft 50; creamery firstj
Eggs unsettled; fresh gathered, ex
tra firsts 34 ',4 ft 35; fresh gathered
irsts 32 W 34.
Cheese firm; unchanged.
Catarrh la S local disease greatly Influ
enced by eonstltutl"'fll conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH Mr.DICINE la a
Tonic and Blood Purifier. By cleansing
the blood and building up the System,
'll.Ua CATARRH MEDICINE restores
normal conditions and allows Nature to
do its work.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
' Or any part of tho electric
system on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
anteed. HARRT H. GRAHAM,
Willard Service Station,
Phono 694. LETS OOl
NEW YORK, March 10. (A. P.)
Evaporated i i'i scarce. I'r ines
stca'ty. Ivacl e,i dull.
G00DHEART IS fcGHT
I ' I
m HARRY OOODHEART
That's bis name and his busi
ness. Tirst name, Harry. Lives
- In Brooklyn. Professional "blood
donor." Has given 70 qoerts of
'blood la 60 transfusions In two
years. That'a 10 tlmej as mucbt.
.as bod cofltalas
Buy Oliver Plows Now at a New Price.
See the 19B Gangs with Tractor Hitch now on our
Sturgis 6? Storie
. PAIGE' BROKE A WORLD SPEED
for stock cars, 102.8 miles per hour. Paige,
climbed Pikes Peak. See these models at the
0. E. UDill AUTO CO.
' Alta and Cottonwood Sts.
Phone 46 . t
Automobile Show. Lets Go! March 10-11-12.
y&mi tff n
$ur valuables arrt
edl hme3 auAila ble tf
placed in our srony 'foxes
WHEN you place your valu
ables in our safe deposit
vaults they are at all time.n
available, but only - accessible to
yourself or authorised agent who
must have your key. Safety . first
and last thould be your motto.
True to tho' Bulck tradition of twenty Sears, the one feature
Buli-k engineers have particularly sought to develop In tho new
Nineteen Twenty, One Bulck Series is hlKh utility value. -You
will find, In fact, when ycu Investigate these new models,
that Bulck capacity for hard, fast, sure transportation is even
greater than ever before. The high-powered, sure-worklnff
Bulck Valve-in-Iiead Motor Is a feature of each of the new mod
els, Added to their great service value are a beauty of contour
and appointment and comfort of movement and seating ar
rangement that nppral to the most particular.
, Bulck primarily, however, is a ar of action. Built for busi
ness built to stand up is a well known Bulck feature. Busl- '
ness men will find the ne. five passenger touring car a happy
HEM THE MOIKIjK AT T1IJ3 SHOW
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET
Phone 4G8 '