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DAILY EAST OREGONIAS, PENDLETC2T,' OSEGON,
TSIDAY EVENING, MARCH 2 5 ," 1 9 2 1 .
f AC" TEN
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Aisociated Pre Reports
In Hog IMvWon
( Vtom the Oregon Journnl.)'
: While ther were 17 losd of live
stock reported In the North portlsnd
lley Thursday, at leant JO of these
went (Sired to killer, therefore, did
hot enter the market. Hon were
Mesdy la stronger, rattl were In ft
like pnnltlon, while nothing too bad
totild he mid of the cheep situation.
In the hotf alley there were KIT
head reported in Thursday hut all hut
tM head went directly to killer. Th
big run of IA hnl cam, from South
While the entire hog market was
tenn to strong, limited sale of drive
In tiiff eire made at $12.50, a prem
ium of 75c, while for feeder pig ft
small amount of trad wa shown at
ll.Jr. or 25 to 50c above former fig
" General hof market rttnee:
Prim light ti:.oei2.:s
Smooth heavy 11.25011.71
Hmtgh heavy . 7.00 ff 10.25
Pat pig ll.OOtfllOO
Feeder pies ...i..- 11.00 11.73
For cat'.'. there Is a good demand in
night at North Portland. Only ft small
run was shown overnight for tne
Thursday trade and sale were made
at steady to strong value oui si
General ealtl market range:
Medium to good steer . . 7.25 S s.00
Fair to good steer ..... .50 7.15
Common to fair steer . . 6. SOW S.B0
Choice cows, heifer S.50 7.00
Medium to good cow and
Fair to medium cow and
heifers .501 g.00
Common cow, heifer . . 4.50 5.50
Canner 2.25 .50
Choice feeders .00 (.50
Fair to good feeder ... 5.50 t.00
Bull S.50 6.00
Cholc dairy calve 1I.S01J.50
Prime light dairy calves 11.60011.60
Med. light fairy calve . . 1.60(9 ,1.50
There was only ft handful or so of
new arrival In the sheep nd lamb
alley at North Portland Thursday.
Trend of the market continue to re-
fleet about as poor a condition a has
been seen here for many a year. Spring
lambs especially are hard to movt and
printed price range Is on a nominal
basis. . , : ,
General sheen and lamb market: '
I Poring lamb $10.00 12. 0
Kust of mountain lumbs 8.61 i t.ti
Willamette valley lambs .00W
Heavy lambs 0.00
Cull lambs 4.00
Light yearlings . i.50
Heavy yearlings S.00(fi
Wethers . i 6.00
The) rtpreWm Frosii," which Is used so much by
hoc exchange dealers, means the tying-up of aner.
ehandisci mailing it yleMIn.'' Tbe merchandise
at there, but K to not any good to the ennwuner and
at anproTHaMe to the manufacturer or Jobber. Miwj
kept out of ctrculaUoa and not made good uxs of
ntay just an properly be called "Float."
Aurplns funds, Invested In a Certificate of Deposit,
fcmed by Uus strong band, makes the money tame.
diatrty liquid and highly seful In the community.
The American National Hank lames such certificates
every day far any amount so desired.
Si 'Strongest Sank in Gastent Oregon
Show Advance - '
CHICAOO. March 15. (A. P.)
Unexpected revival of spot demand
brought higher wheat price Thurs
day. The market closed unsettled at
1-4 to 2 S-8 net advance. With .March
1.5 J and May 1.41 to 1.4!. Corn
gained 1-8 to 1-4 and oats 1-8 to 3-80
1-2. In provisions the outcome varied
from 10c decline to a rise of 6c.
At first the wheat market iwaa de
pressed chiefly as a result of revo-
lutionary outbreaks In Germany. Be
sides, wag reductions In the United
Stat were construed a a bearish
factor and there was a continuance of
crop advices that tended to waken
values. On the decline persistent buy
ing set In under the leadership of
houses with seaboard connection and
it waa said an order was out to pur
chase as much a 2,000,000 bushels
for Europe, including Germany. Gos
sip was current that flour sales to cen
tral Europe had totaled 60,000 barrels.
Pries upturns which followed, how
ever, fasted to hold at the top level.
Corn and oats were .. swayed . by
wheat, but, advices were somewhat
checked by reports that, a large com
products manufacturing establishment
would close. , . . . -.. i
Provisions averaged ,v lower, Inelu
eneed more or less by packers selling.
Let's Get Better
WHY NOT MAKE IT,A MATTER OF BUSINEESS
TO VISIT OUR STORE?
Receive 62 Swine ;.
SEATTLE, - March 25. (A. P.)
Hogs Receipts 1 2. . Lower. Prim
U.i512.25; smooth heavies 10.75
11.75;, rough heavies 8.7599.25; pigs
Cattle Receipts 33. Steady. Prime
steers 8.25 8.75; "medium to choice
.257.7S; common to good 5.00
(.00; best cows and heifers 7.00 7.60
medium to choice 6.00 6.50: 'common
to good '4.00 5.00; bulls 4. 505. 60
calves, light ! 1.00 12,50 ; heavy (.00
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
HOMC ivith ray
C5t:cn this fucww1
MAS A MfS THAT QADS'
AROONT At- 1"VVC AND
(cvOMlNC JVJST IU Tlf9 TO
.SftM&THINGL rc4 W(M TO
. Ia,itu -SLOPPY
r.r.y :"; :s
PA fiM&THING; TO- M'M TO
0J CAMC HOMft ivrcH HIM
HeRC N A fHOH "NT AM w
C(.U SIT 1?OU)ISI HW. HAVts.
SOMf5THItsiC TO CAT.
i 1 1 - f . r rr
BlnT Jl ;-U
25 40c lower; top 9.75; fat shs stock
slow;, generally 25c lower; canner and
bulls weak; calves fully 60c lower;
practical top 9.00; few heads to out-
alders 10.00; stocker and feeders dull;
steady to lower.
Sheep 'Receipts 4,600'; lamb slow,
about steady; 78-pound lambs 10.00.
Than Extras "
NEW YORK, March 25. (A. P.)
Butter firmer; creamery higher than
extras 4(i47.tt: creamery extras
46 Vic; creamery firsts 42 Vi 46c.
Egs unsettled; fresh gathered ex
tra firsts; 28 H 29c; ditto firsts
Cheese steady, unchanged.- -
WAR HERO OF FRANCE!
'..'w' and -Pears
, 24 can .....................
We have a fresh supply of
Hams and Lunch Meata.
VEGETABLES FOR SATURDAY
Largre Cauliflower, Florida Green Peppers, Cali
fornia Cabbae, Arkansas Sweet Potatoes, Lettuce
FRESH LOUISIANA STRAWBERRIES
. The first shipment this season.
221 East Court St,
Shake Into our Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, th antlseptia pewaer
to be shaken Into th shoe and sprlnk
d la th footbath. Th Platuburg
amp Manual advise men, In training
use rooi-ftese in tneir 'snoeS'Ssoa
was captued In a trap and It
measured six feet -seven Inches.
Ranchers often have seen th Wolf
but repeated efforts to capture or kill
It fsltarl. The mtnft It killed Is thOUlht
t h.v. ,,m in vl,i. Into n.anv thou, "ornlng. it prevent blister and sor
; .. " , T i pot ana relieves unarm, awoiir
stands of dollars.'
PYIHM1DS WUJi BR ERRCTEO
PARKS, March 25. ( A.' P.) To
Mark th line where the German ad
vance In the spring of 191V Was stop
ped It I proposed to erect Pyramids
along th entire front bearing the In
scription: "Ifer nvaa arrested the
rush of th Barbarians."
Th number of pyramids and the
places where they are to be erected
will shortly be determined by Marshal
ROYAL ANN CHERRIES
- : SPLIT PRUNES
60-70 Prunes. 2 lb. 25c
20-40 Prunes. .20c lb.
' Better hare a Swift
Ham or Swift's Fremium
Bacon for Easter.
2 cans, 45c ,
TOMATOES IN PUREE
2 cans 25c
3 dozen, 50c
CALIFORNIA GRAPE ,
230 E. Court St -
C Lw Konney, Pres.
Scratch Feed $57 -i -
Bby Scratch 55. ' . : . .
SEATTLE. March ' 25. City deliv
ery Feedu Scratch feed 957. per ton;
baby scratch feed $55; feed wheat $58;
all grain, chop $46; oats $41; rolled
oats $48; sprouting oats '$51; rolled
barley $44; clipped barley $48; milled
feed $34; bran $34; whole corn $41
cracked corn $41. ' '" - -'
Hay Alfalfa $27; double compress
ed alfalfa $33; ditto timothy $38; east
ern Washington mixed $34; straw $24
puget Sound $31. . -, ', ' . , -
Only One Left
WE HAVE JUST ONE
left. E-2 model, regular
selling price all over the
country, $1.20. This
machine to be sold to-
ttf pr wit li 1 0 riif rlnllnr
ONLY $75 CASH
Cruikshank & Hampton
124.123 E. Webb Pendleton, Ore.
Tow Old fwraiture Takes In Exchange as Part Payment on Kew.
fmbs Slow on
Ksnsas Oty Market .:" ' ' -
KANSAS CITT, March 25. (A. P.)
Cattle Receipts 6.800; beef steers
mostly 15 25c lower; heavies dull;
cNYOY TO SWEDEN?
I fat flWMIieM rfAwi..'
Wlilte Htcll ...
Egm at SO cents.
8BATTLJ3, March 25. (A. P.)
Egg3 Select local ranch, white shells
30c; ditto mixed color 28c; pullets
$25. -, ' ;. '
, Butter City creamery. In . cubes.
44c; bricks oi-prints 45c; country
creamery, -extras. cost to - Jobbers, in
cubes, 41CJ storage 38c.
W. W. THOMAS
i W. W. Thomsi it Main II b-
llng nrgetl for V 8. minister to
Inweoen, a pon '. formerly held.
Abe Lincoln fst owned him a
Girls! Save Your Hairt
Make It Abundant!
Immediately after a "Danderin"
massage, your hair iskcs on new me.
Kistre and wonderou beauty, appear.
Ing twlc as heavy and plentiful, b
cause each hair seems to fluff and
thicken. Don't let your hair stay lif
leas, colorless, plain er ecraggly. You,
too, want Jots of long, strong beautiful
A $8-ent bottl of delightful "Dan
derin" freehen your sJalp, cnck
dandruff and falling hair. Thl stlm
ulatlng ''beautfy-tonic" gives to thin,
dnnu, fading hair that youthful bright
ness and Imindaot . tblckntat Ail
aruggUUJ . '
PARIS. March 25. (John Ce
prandt.) France has fallen from the
third to the fourth place as air power,
being now after the United States,
England and Germany, according to
Kene Quintan, aviation expert, who
founded . the French Aeronautical
"Kverybody knows the efforts that
France is making for its aerial army,'
he said, "but they are not sufficient,
An aerial commercial fleet, which
would be well exploited, would not
only be profitable and help the eco
nomic life, hut would also maintain i
fleet which can become war power In
"While elsewhere the postal aerial
service is. developed, it remains here
an experience which is little used. The
aerial routes In France are very In
complete. The two lines that are In
good shape run between Paris and
Praetie and Paris and Morocco. The
traffic is becoming Important, thank
to constant publicity, whilst between
Paris'and London, Paris and Brussels,
the airplanes carry a few dally parcels
of mall, because most people don't
know the lines exist.
"In- the meantime, the United States
In one year has established nearly
12.109 kilometers of lines. ' .
' "England has Increased aerial re
lations with the neighboring capitals
but is not using the airplane so much
at home, on account of her railroad
network and because of the dangerous
frequent fogs, but she prepares things
for air line towards Egypt and India.
And Germany! . Germany, defeat
ed, but with the lines Inaugurated this
winter, took France's place. For one
year, new I'nes were started monthly
In Germany, thus bringing the length
of aerial routes to a total of six thou
sand kilometers. Disdaining the al
lies, Germany tried to make service
to Berse and Vienna. Th ' take
the machines but she continues and
finally consents to stop at the border,
but it Is evident that she Is ready to
increase her air fleet at any cost un
5er the cover of the oommerclal alibi.
"Like England, Germany cultivates
the dirigible. The Zeppelin line has
already transported six thousand pas
sengers and before anybode commer
cially realizes It. she will have extend
ed her airship lines to the United
. THE AITO IX CAVA!) A.
' CAlXJART, Alta., March 25. (U.
P.) Plush-llned limousine have no
place In rural western Canada, but
nearly every farmer has a car and to
meet the growing demand particularly
In the agricultural districts Canada
Imported 22(5 automobile from the
United States In 12. This is In addi
tion te h big output of the factories
and branches In Canada,
During th same period, according
to f.'gure compiled here. Canada Im
ported from the United State 1.27.
727 .rarrels of gasoline and $,600,006
barrels of crude oil.
Western Canada now has one auto
mobile for about every fifteen rel
Little Shop Girls Bring Small
Bunches of Violets While
Others Bring Great Wreaths.
PARIS, March 25. (A. P.) Flow
ers are brought by an unceasing pil
grimage of mourners' and placed' on
the slab that ennrks the grave oi tne
unidentified French soldier under the
gfeat arch of Triumph that dominates
the western part of Ihe city.
The pile of flowers and wreaths Is
fed with fresh contribution from
early morning until late at night.
There seem no end to the little cere,
monies by organisations held - at the
grave to honor the war dead. Little
shop girli bring small bunches of vlo
lets that cost 50 centimes; statesmen
passing through Paris , plac there
great wreaths a tribute from their
countries. r- " - -
Since November 11, 1920, when the
unknown soldier was placed under the
arch, there has always been a group
or crowd of mourners at the shrine
of the dead. There has always been a
huge pile of flower. On Bundnys.
thousands stream there from th 12
avenues that converge at the Etolle,
as the circular open space surround
ing the arch Is called and there is a
procession of people with bared heads
passing by the mound of flowers.
' . Many teacher, bring their classes
and there is a movement afoot to ar
range that in each of the public schools
of Pnrls a small contribution shall be
collected on a separate day In each
school to buy flower to be placed on
the slab by a delegation of honor pu
pils, so that there may be such a trl
bute of the children of France to the
war dead every day of the year. ,
, "WHY IS A MOUSE?"
WASHINGTON, Marc 25. (A. P.)
The old question "why Is a mouse ?
seems to have been answered at last.
lies a seed planter, according to the
forestry sen Ice, snd with the chip-
monk, plays a big part in restoring for.
esta In th west.
Th appetite of rodents for pine and
fir tree seed has often been comment
ed upon, forcefully and unfavorably,
by thos attempting to replant burned
or togged areas, .but J. V. Ilofman of
the Stabler, Washington, experiment
Steps Pala laatastly neuve Ceras
' . Cesasletely.
r.verynoay, everywhere needs to
iiuw wnai minions ot roIRs have al
ready learned about "Oeta-it," the
L.MKiK TI.MBKK WOLF CAUGHT.
DILLON, Mont., March 25. (A. P.)
Bill Gray, a trapper, recently killed
a monster timber wolf ' near here,
which is declared to have been sought
by ranchers for IS years. .The beast
EIAY EE AMBASSADOR
FREDERICK C, HICKS
Frederick C Hick. New Torki
eongte-pmaa.-1 tipped for that
post of ambassador to 'ly ' '
tad Year Cans With
guaranteed palnles corn snd callus
remover. Any corn, no matter ' how
deep rooted, departs quickly when
"Gets-It" arrives. Wonderfully simple,
yet simple wonderful, because all sore
ness stoos with the first application.
Get rid of your corn and wear shoes
that fit. Big shoes simply make corns
grow bigger. Your money back If
oets-if reus, insisi on me iiduihh.
Costs but a trifle everywhere. M'f'd
bv E. Lawrence Co- Chlcsgo.-
8old In Pendleton by Tallman A Co.,
Economy Drug CO.
pot and relieves pslarul, swollen,
martlng feet and takes the sting out
f corns and bunion. Always us
- lien' Foot-Ease te break in aw
station pa found that young trees re.
turning to such land frequently came
from "seed buried by small rodents be.
neath the duff of the forest floor."
Tonight sure! Let a pleasant, harm
less Car caret work while you sleep
and have your liver active, head clear,
stomach sweet and bowel moving
regular by morning. No griping or In.
convenience. 10, 25 or 50 cent boxes.
Children love this candy cathartlo too.
Dr. K. 3. Tork, th well known
Chines physician, who has treated
many suffering men and women of
various diseases from far distant coun
tries. These people who have been per
manently cured from their doctor'
treatments are living today with their
His treatment consists of no harm,
ful drugs, but It consists only of pure
roots and herbs, which have been
used In China for many centuries. -
This Chinese doctor wilt sell you
any home treatments you may desire
with low price. If you are ' not well
wrte us for particular
K, YORK CIMXEKU MEDICIXfl
1 N. 7th.' St. '
Walla W alla, Wank. H ' "
Bathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
. to light circuit . . .
SOS B. Court
March Worst Month for This Trouble
How to Remove r-asiiy. ,
There' a reason why nearly every
body freckles in Marcn. dui nappuy
there Is also a remedy for these ugly
blemishes, and no one need stay
freckled. - .
Blmply get an ounce of . Othlne
double strength, from your druggist
and apply a little of it night and morn.
lug,1 and In a few days you should see
that evert the worst freckles have be
gun to disappear, while the light ones
have vanlsked entirely. Now Is th
time to rid yourself of freckles, for If
not removed now they may stay all
Summer, end spoil an otherwise beau
tiful complexion, your money back
if Otuine fails, ' .
, ' 1920 BUICK TOURING CAR IN FIRST CLASS
CONDITION A REAL BARGAIN AT $1200
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