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DAILY EAST OMG0N1AN, PESTDttTON. OREGON,
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCS 11,
TEN t AGE3
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
1 Hoc Mulk
(From the Oregon Journal.)
North Portland Ml from grace to
"Hy, hrn It lout the high point on
bona to Chlcas-o. This U for regularly
recnrn'x'd stockyard, n.tltoiuri wiine
of ir-r ml"or yards without re-jolif re
c liita may at times quite more. Thers
tre only limited arriva's In nil linos
I cr the Tnurdy trarie and prices I
'hUi.o allowed a further ndv'suc
f-r ho Thurw-ny In f".il. this w.i
m of practically all tha loading
tna.;.ts, with the exception of Vr.rth
fo,tl ind. Topii in the Windy City uo-
-.iei, to $1 1.&F. tnd wht: K li tr.ie
hjt tll.td wan received for a han.lful
of r.tne at North I'ortUn Wcdnee
f.y no carload have be-n -wld at th
vimne mtrk and therpfcrt norland
l i(rier thkit $11. SO l rec .nliel as a
tV the biols of what n si are it--,!;.y
mating in the East, It lit an in);
lice l' local producers to keep the
: net ("own ! the preseV level. .
General hog market range:
rrime light , . 11.00 W 11.50
Smooth heavy 10.60 ? 11.0
Uongh heavy tM .60
rat pin io.oo li.oe
Feeder pica 10.009U.0t
While demand 1 rood, receipts In
the cattle alleys at North Portland
era very limited "Thursday. ' Less
than a carload came forward. All
lines Indicate a fully ateady tone.
General cattle market range: '
Choice steers I l.'&G .50
Medium to good steers , , T.Ofl 7. IS
Pair to medium steers . . t.SSt) 7.00
Common to fair steers , ,. i.ihO (.23
Choice cows and heifers t.H9 1-00
Medium to good oowa and
heifers . $.75 C.S5
Fair to medium cows and
heifers S.SSO B.73
Wm SHOW 1921
Autnmotftv dealers, buyers and TWtom, you are in
vited to the rooms of the American National Bank.
Wntliur-decka, triephonen and rest-rooms are In
stalled there for your convenience.
'Strongest Haalt in Carton Oregon
Friday Night; March 11,
THOMPSON'S INTERNATIONAL SEXTETTE
THE SLOAN BONNET SHOP
is now located in the
NYE-WARD SHOE STORE
Next to Tallman Drug Co.
I Closing Out
Only Two Left
Common cows, heifers.. 4.25 5. Is
Cannera 2.00$ .J5
Bulls .......... .....i. 3.C0T (.00
Choice feeders 6.60 1 (.00
Fair to rood feeders . . . . 6.000 (.(0
Choice o'alry calves 13.60913.S0
1'rlnie light dairy calves 11.60 11. 6i
Med. light fairy calves . . .G'liil.(0
Jleivy dairy calves ..... f.OOff 'f.tO
The few head that were available
.'or the opening sheep and lamb trade
U North I'ortland Thursday sold at
fully steady and unchanged prices;
l'otal run In the division for the day
was but 17 head. . , '
General sheep and lamb market:
Past of mountain lambs.. J8.609.25
Willamette valley lambs .. 8.00 8.50
Heavy lambs .608.00
Feeder lambs .00fl7.60
Cull lambs 4.00 00.00
Ucht yearlings 7.0097.&0
Heavy yearlings 0.60 7100
Ewes 1.60 f 6.00
8EATTLE. March 11. (A. Pa
rlors Receipts none. Steady. Prime
10. 76$ 11.25; medium heavies 9.76 Si
10.75; rough heavies t.7S7.!5; pigs
Cattle Receipts none. Weak.
Prime steers 7.5043 8.00; medium to
choice .007.00; common to (food
4.E04J 0.00; best cows and heifers 0.25
.7t; medium to choice 6.004jt.00;
common to food S. 5041 5.60; bulla 4.50
95.50; calves, light 10.504$ 12.00:
heavy E.S0g 7.00.
Sheep and Lambs
Are Mostly Blighter
KANSAS CITY, March ll. (A. P.)
Cattle Receipts 3,000; .beef steers
and fat she stock steady to 25 higher;
top yearlings 10.00; best heavy steers
S.65; Colorado pulpers .2E .60;
prime and heavy cows 3.00; choice
heifers 8.50; calves strong; good and
choice vealers 8.50 10.50; cannera.
bulls and stockers and feeders dull, J
1,500 pound Texas feeders 1.10.
Sheop Receipts 5,000. Sheen- and
Iambs mostly 25c higher; ewes (.00;
83-pound lambs 10.25.
; OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
rTHftRcs AS ANT
tuOMAM IN rHeec5 1
EeAH"- IT'S TWC5
, ANO MC Tejrv.4j
I .THAT OTOFtY.i rTli
9 Lb. Sack Rolled
Oats ........v.. 60c
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
Best Cane Sugar, 10 lbs $1.00; sack. . . . . $10.00
Carnation Milk, 3 cans 40c; case. . . . ... . . $6.25
-3 Cans Good Com 40c
2 Cans Puree
Tomatoes ..... 25c
3 Cans String
Beans ........ 40c
3 Cans Good Peas 50c
20 Bars White Laun
dry Soap .... $1.00
Sun-Maid Seedless or Seeded Raisins and DiaV
mond W. Currants, 3 packages 85c
3 Lb. Can Ground
Chocolate . . ; $1.15
1 gal........ $1.25
1-2 gal. 65c
221 East Court St.
- TU3r.HTER lOTS ROCK
PORTLAND. March 11. (U. P.)
The 'big freighter Montague, bound
down the Columbia for sea, was re
ported on a rock off of Ooble, Oregon
feKNATE 1KFEI18 ACTIO!
WASHINGTON, March ll. (A. P.)
The senate agreed to defer action on
the Colombian treaty until the April
Is S7 Per Ton
SEATTLE, March 11. (A. P.)
City delivery: Feed Scratch feed $57
per ton; baby scratch feed 355; feed
vheat 3d0; all grain chop 347; oats
340; rolled oats 348; sprouting oats
351; rolled barley $45; clipped barley
349; milled feed 334; bran 334; whole
corn $40; cracked corn 342.
Hay Alfalfa $27 per ton; double
compressed alfalfa 333; ditto timothy
338; eastern Washington mixed $34;
straw $20; Puget Sound $31.
No Change On
Seattle Produce Market
SEATTLE. March 1W(A. P.)
Effga Local ranch white shells 34
ditto mixed colors 3133c; pullets
' Butter City creamery. In cubes, 47;
bricks or prints 48; country creanery
extras, cost to Jobbers, in cubes, 44c;
New York ,
NEW YORK, March 11. (A. P.)
Butter weak; creamery higher than
extras 4849c; creamery extras 4
1-2 48c; creamery firsts 4347.
Eggs unsettled, unchanged.
' Cheese firm unchanged.
(East Oregonian Special.)
COLUMBIA, March 11. Mrs. Frank
Beddow and B. C. Beddow made a
trip to Pendleton Tuesday.
Many of the Columbia people at
tended the Oddfellows'! anniversary
banuet given at Hermiston Monday
evening. The ' varied program or
amusements as well as the feed was
greatly enjoyed by all present. ,, .
Mrs.' Arthur Futter, who with ner
husband and children are' leavingfor
their new home in Sherman county,
was taken ill at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Willhite last week, is re
ported as being unimproved at the
W. A. Doherty of Freewater, Is sell
ing life insurance through the com
munity and at the same time looking
up a location for a new home, having
sold hJs 30 acre fruit farm before leaving.
Cash Hammer of Alderdale. Wash.,
was a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs, Oill Friday. Mr. Hammer has sold
his farm in Washington ana Is looking
tqr farm land In this locality.
Mrs. Owen F. Jones and son Norris,
who is a medical student at Portland
stopped over in Hermiston Wednesday
to look after property interests. While
here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Beddow ,
Water for irrigating will be' turned
Into the canals on March 15th, with
the exception of the lower "A" line,
which will be delayed until April 1st:
There will be an old fashioned com
munity spelling match at the Columbia
school Friday evening, the 18th. The
school, faoulty and our popular buss
driver will conduct the contest, the
neighborhood ctub will furnish the
eats and Henry Sommerer will manip
ulate the gas lights. Everybody come.
The Neighborhood Club met with
Mrs.; Oood Wednesday afternoon, the I
usual business being transacted. Cake
and coffee were served and in add!
tlon a birthday cake which was sent
Mrs. Good from a relative in Dakota,
was enjoyed by the 18 ladies present.
Mrs. Good not being a member, a vote
of thanks was extended to her for the
pleasant afternoon arranged by her.
The club will meet at the home of
Mrs. Callahan Wednesday, the 23rd.
Walter Blessing, former Columbia
alfalfa raiser, but now a Hermiston
business man, has sold his farm to
Will Rhodes, who has of late been in
the garage business. In 4he deal Mr.
Blessing has' taken over the Rhodes
home in Hermiston and Mr. P. E. Hall
and family, who have been living on
the Blessing place the past winter, will
move to their own home in this neigh
28 YEARS AGO
(From the East Oregonian, March II,
Bt 1193.) .
C. J. Matlock left today for a busi
ness visit to his horse ranch.
, Surveyor Kimbrell is establishing
grades on Logan, Bush,- Garfield, Ha
ley and Mark streets and Perkins ave
nue in the Raley and Ltvermore addl
tion across the river. -
Sam Purdy la here today, on busi
ness. (He farms at Athena.. . .
Senator J. H. Raley and & P. Stur
gis have returned from . Portland.
They visited Olympia and witnessed
the closing scenes of the Washington
For Sic!, tlesfccb
Constipation, Indigestion, Sour
Stomach, Bilioutneu, Bloating,
Gal. Coated Tongue, take that
mJSi ttTliJl3TlC TASLETi
Act promptly. Never ditappoiol. Mild
sad geslle ia sctioa. Do not gripe or
aauKtte. No costive after effects.
" . . a v.. . kJ
kodaclM M4 took two Foley Cathartic Tablet,
la a akoti kil, aay kne) Moppc acblaj.
Show Your Teeth
and Be Proud of Them 1
You can if you are a regular
, user of
keeps the teeth clean, whit and
' The flavor pleases.
The Drag Store Tliat Serves Tou Best
'"Once a Trial Always Nyal"
Or any part of the electric
system on your car overhauled
. and -repaired. Satisfaction guar
HARRT H. GRAHAM.
Willard Service Kali on,
Phone 684. UBTS GO!
TOM AND HIS CUP
" We are closing out our entire stock of Phono
graphs and Records and have just two Columbia '
machines left to dispose of.
The regular $125.00 machine with 10 records
goes for $75.00.
The 140.00 size with 10 records goes for $85.
WHILE THEY IAST
All $1.00 records . . , 75c
All $150 records : $1-00
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-123 E. Webb Pendleton, Ore.
Tour Old Furniture Take la Eschange as Part Payment on Kew,
This la Tom Marshall and the
liver cop which a given him by
the eenators over whom he presid
ed for eight years "When I taka
that esp Bom Indiana. Mid
Tom. "my friends will think lt a
memorial te U ti(hleBth
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Come and Bring Your Friends.
Dancing 9:00 to 12:00.
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