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DAILY EAST OBEGONIAW, PENDLETON, OREOOK, TKUESDAY EVENINO, APRIL 7, 1921.
T! OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
THE STOHE THAT SERVES .YOU
' IncluJiog Pendlet.tn Prices and Aiabciated Preti Reports'
Prime liRht . .
Rough heavy .
i' at piss
Feeder pigs . .
10. 26 ff 10. ;&
u.00 0 it. :s
. 6.00 iff 9 S5
Oilef Hog lxtiwml
lr IVcdcr stuff
(From the Oregun Journal.)
PORTLAND, Or., April 7. Indicat
ing the tn position of the win
market liixpllr the lower price for
killers, in the extreme demand for
feeder muff. Tup hogs ruled uKain at
111.26, cattle were about steady. whll
nheep were nominally lead", '
' No new arrivals were shown In the
hog alley at North Portland In carload
lota for the Wednesday trade. On the
haul of recent ale of wagon loads
extreme ton are not hitting above
f 11.26 for killers, the price quoted In
a previous Issue for this paper.
It I In the feeder at off that the real
hot situation la .shown. Actual sales
In the feeder divixion at North Port
land are shown at 111.75, a premium
of Mc above what the best killers are
quote, m. Thia most unusual occur-
anc Indicates the extreme shortage of I Medium to good 5.50
took which will he felt later In the I Kair to medium 5.00
". Oanners n l.!6
Oenernl hog market ranee: Irnmmon cows 4.00 ft
6.60 Cf 6.00
"little ate considered about steady,
although there are spots of weaknes
with the bulk of the sales made at the
lower nmire. Extreme official prices
continue up to $8 for top steers, hut h
is.unlikely that anything more than a
very nominal supply could be moved
above $7.5ft 7.75. even for tiptop
trmle was four load.
fienerrJ cattle market range:
Photoe steers T.60W
Medium to Rood .75f
tiir to good 00
Common to fair 5.00 0
Choice cows and heifers .00(fi
Choice feeders . . . . ,
Fair to good feeders
Choice dairy calves .
Prime light dairy calves 11.50(trl!.50
Medium light dairy calves .50(H1.60
Practically no chances are indlcuUj
ed either in price or sentiment of the'
sheep and lamb trade at North Port
land. No carloads were received In!
tills division Wednesday and prices
were nominally quoted.
General sheen and iamb market:
East of mountain lambs t 7.00 i 8.00
(Willamette valley lambs 5.60(H) .0o
Cattle arrivals for the Wednesday , Heavy lambs 5.00 W 6.00
Cull lambs 4.00 6.00
I Yearlings 5.50 Hi 6.00
The Eye Mates the Horizon
The horizon Is rande only by the rye; and the) brig bi
er llH" eye and (he dearer tlie vision tin more appar
ent the imaginary boundary line.
' A btsinc! vocation or profession of uliatever na
ture li like a horizon; list nit and well defined to
tho trained rje. Tlie AnHr.cn National I tank with
Its two-wore and twelve years of experience and val
uable data, Strang Eastern and Coast affiliations
Is in an exceptional position to a.NiLst and counsel Its
customers and friends.
The Air;encari!ational Bank
'Strangest Sank in Gastern Oregon
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Shoeing tfie kiddies Is one continual expend unless
too determine to buy the be. The romping boy nd
playful girl are hard on nhoc. They require shoes made
ti the toughest leather that defie tear and wear untler
abusive lerrice ami "Little Pals," we have found,
meet the requirements best. . They resist strain, hold
their shape and positively give double wear.
, They've made their way by the way they're made
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORE .
Ml H rt or
Go Carts and
NOW ON DISPLAY
As well as a nice
showing of Reed Sul
kies. They are fin
ished in rich old ivory
and French grey en
amel as well as the
1 1921 PRICES
You can certainly
findone to suit in our
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Your Old Iirnilur Taken la Exchange aa Fart Payment on New
Wethers 6.00 i
Feeder lambs 6.50 W
Ijoiig Time Iioaas
Mailc at I.owcr liatio
NEW YORK, April 7. (A.
Money was the pivot around which
yesterday's moderately active and fair,
ly broad stock market revolved. Num
erous Iswies auKmejited yesterday's
gains, though subjected to irregular
impairment on profit taking sales be
fore the close. The nenewal rate of
5 4 per cent established the lowest
quotation In considerably more than a
There was no preceptlble revision of
rates for time money, bank accept
ances or discounts, but It was reported
loans extending Into the mid-year
were made at fractions under the rates
in the open market.
Excellent crop prospects and the
British Industrial situation were among
favorable factors. London cables of
fered ground for early settlement of
the coal strike. Incidentally, exchange,
on London and substantially higher,
continental rates also showing marked
A minor Incident was the passing
of the dividend on Midvale, a former
"war bride." Such action had been
discounted and exerted little influence.
Oils, steels, equipments, motors, crip.
pers and sundry specialties were
among outstanding features, rails re
maining In he background.
Sales 525,000 shares.
Trading In bonds was more diversi
fied than usual, lower money .rates
contributing to the better tone of that
Liberty issues were mostly higher,
as were also several of tho better
known Internationa! flotations. Total
sales, par value, aggregated 110,650,
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-and thrit store is this store, because our goods
are ? , . ',,;,).
-low priced . , ;
One order will convince you.
221 Eaat Court SL
on March Slst 1, 587,78 workers
against 1,612,611 February 28, a net
decrease of 24,825 or 1.5 percent ana
40,308 or 2.5 per cent less than Janu
ary SI. The largest proportion of the
unemployment Increase was due to
cessation in steel and iron operations1,
though other metal, textile and food
manufactures also noted drops. Out
of sixty five cities and industrial cent
ers from which reports came, forty
tour showed increased unemployment,
while a decrease was found In 21.
Wheat Jnst About
Holds Its Own
CHICAGO. April 7. (A. P.) Ap
prehension that freezing temperatures
might cause serious crop damage did
much today to rally the wheat mar
ket after the July delivery had touch
ed a new low record price for the
season. The close was unsettled at Vt
net decline to 1 advance, with May
1.35 to 1.36 and July 1.09 14 to 1.1 H4.
Corn finished unchanged to l-2c high
er and oats 1-8 off to 3-8 VtC up. In
provisions there were setbacks rang
ing from 10iQ12 to 60c.
Depression in wheat was associated
more or less with bearish views of the
economic outlook. Word, however,
that the British mine workers and em
ployers had agreed to a further con
ference tended to encourage buying.
Then came word of a heavy sleet and
snow storm In Nebraska, with tem
peratures down to 20 and still falling.
From then on higher prices were the
rule. , :
Corn and oats were governed main
ly by wheat. Some foreign buying of
corn was reported. .
Provisions dropped in the absence
Employee Tv liny
Standard's Capital Stock
BAN' FRANCISCO, April 7. (A. P.)
The Standard Oil Co. of California
announced last night that its plan by
which employes will be entitled to pur
chase capital stock of the corporation
will be put into operation May 1, 1921,
to continue for five years. The stock
holders" authorized the plan at their
annual meeting last month.
For each dollar deposited by an em
ploye from his pay by means of deduc
tion from the payroll, the company
will deposit 50c to his credit, shares of
stock being bought at substantially, the
market price from this fund, the com
pany announced. The stock will he
held in the name of a trustee, divi
dends being added to the employe's de
posits for the purchase of additional
stock.- On April 30,' 1926. at the end
of five years, the stock will be turned
over to the employe.
Hoes and Beef .
Weak at Seattle
SEATTLE, April 7. A. P.) Hogs
Receipts 86. Weak. Prime 11.00 9
11.65; smooth heavies 10.00011.00;
rough heavies 8.00 8.t5;. pigs 10.009
Cattle Receipts 114. Weak. Prime
steers 7.758.25; medium to choice
6.U0W7.25; common to good 4.509
5.50; best cows and heifers 6.9097,00;
medium to choice 4.60 y 6.00; common
to good J. 001 4.50; nulls 4-00Q5.50;
light calves 10.50 12.00; heavy calves
6.00 Qi 7.00.
Flour Is Reduced
Uy Seattle Mills ' . '.. .
SEATTLE, April 7. (A. pi)
Seattle flouring mills yesterday an
nounced another cut of 40 cents a bar
rel in the wholesale price of local soft
wheat flour, amounting to about 10 de
crease to the retailer on the 49-pound
sack of "family flour." The new
1-rice Is effective Immediately.
During March, statistics Show
WASHINGTON. April 7.: (A. P.)
In spite of renewed activity in automo
bile plants and a resumption of opera
tions In three or four other industries,
unemployment continued to increase
during March, according to labor de
partment statistics. From all sections,
however, increased employment on
farms was indicated though the actual
number of men at work could not be
The department found that 1424 In
dustrial establishments ordinarily em
ploying more than 540 men each, had
Cattle Slow and
Sheep Steady to Strong
KANSAS CITY, April 7. (A. P.)
Cattle Receipts 6,500. All classes
slow; beef steers 23c lower; 9:10' bid;
best early sales 8.85; bulk 7.7518.60;
she stock steady to weak; spots lower;
good and choice cows 6.25$ 6.75; good
heifers 8.00; canners and bulls weak;
celves steady;! good and choice 7.00 ii?
S.00; stockers and feeders steady to
lower; choice 1,000-pound feeders
Sheep Receipts 7,000'; killing class
es steady to strong; ewes 6.10; lambs
Wool Lower at
London1 Ami ion Sale
LONDON, April 7. (A. P.) At the
wool auction sales yesterday 9.790
bales wereViffered, comprising a fair
selection. There was a large attend
ance but a poor demand, which was
chiefly from Germany.
Withdrawals were heavy. Crow
breds were from 10 to 15 per cent anfl
merinos from 10 to 20 per cent lower.
23 YEAES AGO
(From the Daily East Orcgonlan,
April 7. 1893.)
T. C. Taylor Is suffering from la
The twelfth annual grand encamp
ment of the grand Army of the Kepub.
lie will be held In Pendleton, April 12,
and preparations are now under way
for the ceremonies.
There are now 8,000 barrels of flour
on hand at the Pendleton- Roller Mills.
Shipments are being made regularly
and Wednesday four carloads ' were
sent out. The demand exceeds the
supply and there are numerous or
dors that await filling. The Sound
furnishes a ready market.
3. H. Ferguson is here from Adams
today. . i . ..,
Charles Marsh is here from his home
Demonstration Week r
HAVE A RIDE IN ONE OF OUR NEW
1921 MODELS ; . i
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WE DO PAINTING
Alt and Cottonwood StrwU
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VICTIM OF SLEEPING SICKNESS
l'OCATEIXO. Idaho, April 7 (A.
r. The first facej) death ... from
sleeping sickness in the state of Idaho,
as far aa is known oy doctors here, oc
curred-Saturday at Lewlston, accord
Ing to a message received Monday.
.Miss Stella L. Nazon, 21 years old. a
former teacher of Deary, Idaho, was
'About This Time o' Year8
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WHY is Golden West the best selling Quality Butter"
in Pendleton? . '
THINK IT OVER
WHY do discriminating housewives order Golden '
West in preference to other butter which they
might buy for less? . . .j
THINK IT OVER
WHY do we churn Golden West fresh every day from
high grade pasturized cream ? - '
. -i. THINk IT OVER
WHY do we place quality, Flavor and Purity above,'
all else in the manufacture of Golden West,
'. . THINK IT OVER
YOU have the answer
Because exacting families jof discrimination and
judgment demand the best ' '
WE give it to them in-
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something to look at, or something to use? .
Of course you are buying the miles the car will
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buying service, as well as a car. And miles must be
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