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DAILY 't MARKET NEWS, LOCAL; AND ! GENERAL
j I "r :nloJtf Pendleton Wces't'aaiioolatW ftn ktjiitu' ' ! ' j
' t and It ye 1
Ik KxiHIihi Condition , 1. I compared with last year, according
; (HlHtKAXE. April 8. (A.' vh The to the report, the estimated number oi)
winter mheat an re crops of; Wash- April 1 being SO, 000 against 53,000 In
tOKtufi have come tuouh the, winter ls.'ii and IS.i'OO tn 1S1. , . .'
it excellent condition, according to the labor conditions were estimated to
'April' report of O. ft., Ray of the local lie id per cent better than a year ago
office of the fedortil bureau of crop 'and s per cent above the normal sup-
i!nwti' Issued he yesterday. The' piy on'April 1. The report stated lh
import also states pint breeding; sows demand for fnrm labor was 11 percent
how market decrease In number th!s lower this year than last and S pel
' year and that the fiirm labor supply In oer.t below the normal need
trie mate Is aoove normal.
Concerning the .Washington ' state
winter wheat crop the report states' ) York Market
the averape condition on April 1 was' 'Ev yOlUC, April . (A. T.)
16 per cent of normal; the best con-. Th stock market vesterday relinquish.;
dillon that has olftalned on April 1 ed part of the general advance regis
Tttr IT number or .vars. One year a.i tCred earlier in the week, development
the condition was Jl per cent normal. favoring the short Inu-rest. '. i
Assuming the average abandonment London cables stressed the more
of acreage and average Influences pre- ominous aspects of the British Indus-'
Vnfllng until harvest, the April 1 comi!-tra situation and occasioned moderate
tion forecasts a production, of about! liquidation. i
S1,-S4,A00. bushels, as compared with' iHmiestic Industrial conditions also
ii i?n onn in in is m
' reeding; rows decreased 10 per cent stimulate transportation shares, some
of which. Including grangers, were de
, Market prices were at lowest uver-j
ages n the last half hour, when free
telling resulted from an unexpected
advance in call money from $4 to I))1'
er cent; due, according to reports, U
ailing of loans by Interior banks.
Stocks most affected comprised a
lumber of Industrials and specialties,
eathera and chemicals, together with
umerous allied issues. -
Sales 450,000 shares. ' ' '."
Kxchang rates on London and Pari
eased only slightly. Liberty bonds
were firm, but most other domestic
and- foreign issue lacked definiU
trend. Total sales, par value, $11,.
ltcars Have Inning
The r.ve crop of the state "the report
says averaged R per cent normal as
ttgninxt (2 fer cent a year ago and
it per cent the ten year average as
r'gaini'l S2 per cent a year agn) and S4
Jer cent the ten year average condi
tion on April 1. ' " , !
became more complicated by the deci
sion of the railroad labor board deny
ing application of the New York cen
tral for immediate provisional reduc
tion of the unskilled labor wage sched
ule, i ' . '
Publication of the government crop
report, forecasting the fourth largest
winter wheat yield in history failed. to
THE OLD HOMETOWN.
CJtO! DuWW THE TAXI MAN
t'rttt TOOK WUft DRUMMERS
ZHTr l j I I 1) 1 THEIR BA6GACE OVER ID ,
Nswl 1 I T tdlj HOOTSTCtNM LAST NISHT.
; IXDIVIDUAL SERVICE
Uiwer than Expected - ' .
CHICAGO, April (A. r.)
Wheat averaged higfler yesterday .ow
ing to buying based on correct antici
pations that the government crop re
port would suggest a smaller yield
than recent private estimates. The
market closed unsettled, at the sami
as yesterday's finish to ISc advance,
with May 1.36 to 1.3614 and July 1.13
to 1.13. Corn gained to 5-8 ana
oat 3-$ to H5s- In Provisions the
outcome was !5 to 75 decline.
According to the government report
a 1eld of ,621,000,000 bushels may be
looked for, whereas until yesterday a
majority of traders were expecting
30,000,000 to 40,()00,000 bushels.
OUTBURSTS OF DVERETT TRUE .
At Seat Uo .Market
ShTTLE, April 8. (A. P.) Hogs
neccipia none. weak. Prime 11.Q0
H'Ji.65; smooth heavies 10.00 11.00:
rough heavies 8.00 8.65; pigs 10.00
Cattle Receipts none. Weak. Prime
steers 7.75.26; medium to choice
.00f!7.25: common to good 5.50
6.50- best cows and heifers 6.5,0 7.00;
memnm td choice 4iSO'S,.10; common
to good 3.004.50; bulls 4.006 5.60:
light calves 10.50g!12.00: heavy 6.00
eViSRert. You Cfco ,-ro: :th Txnast . -r
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V5KTANT NQ?S TH-V. - HC QOT 1
MSE. ANE T0-v.CJ H OUTFIT
JbOM jrH?e,R. HS- COAT "..
Nature maLea no two men alike, however slight there
in a difference betnxcii erery iierson, and necessarily
between ever' organization made up of men. It is
the differences which rtiaractcrie a businem, a
hank. And it is this individual service which symbol.
Ixes the Aincrktan National luink's jisef ulneiM. every
transaction, every person receives careful and Indi
vidual attention. -
Vour aoronnt is invitod.
'Strongest Sank in Gaston Oregon
. . KEW1921 ""'x,:-r
Go Carts and
NOW ON DISPLAY
As well is a nice
showing of Reed Sul
kies. They are fin?
ished in rich old ivory
and French grey en
amel as well as the
cream finish. .
1 1921 PRICES
You can certainly
findone to suit in our
CruiksHank & Hampton
, v ' "Quality Count."
124-28 E. Webb Phone 54&
Vour Old liruitur Taken in Exchange Part Payment on Xrw
Cattle Ijose Some
And Sheep Steady' ; -
KANSA8 C1TT, April g. (A. P.)
Cattle Receipts 3,500; few beef steers
early unevenly lower; aomo without
morning bids; Nearly top 8.60; she stock
mostly lower; good and choice cows
6.006.50; few' prime ' cows ' 6.78!
calves steady; good arid choice 7.00 &
8.O0; practically no demand for . can
ners, bulls and feeders; few sales weak
to Unevenly lower.
Sheen 'Receipts 7,000; kiinnjr class'-
es steaay; 75-pound lambs.9-.1s.
Fondon Wo.il Srarket ' t
Shows little iJfc ' '-:"
April s. A.P.)-1-At the
Wool auction sates yeatirdaj 3.6JJ
bale of frte wool yvere offered. There
was a moderate demand, but half ot
the offerings were sold at unchanged
price 8ig thousand bales of govern
ment wool were withdrawn, owing to
tne high limits. The government sales
for tomorrow and next week have been
cancelled. ; Free wools will be offered
from Monday to Friday, Inclusive.
Sf . P. CLOSES SHOP
ST, UMHS. April . (A. P.T The
Missouri Pacific railway shops at Se
dalia, Mo., nd Argenta, Ark.; the larg
est on the system, were closed tempor
arily yesterday as a retrenchment mea
sure, it was announced at headquarter
here. - ' - "- -
All are expected to resume opera
long about May 1.
EVCOITIAGE POTtEKlN Tn.UE
BALTIMORE, April 8. (A.; P.)
Speaking here last night J, H. De
Frees, president of the chamber of
commerce of the U. &, said the busi
ness structure of this,, country can
never be put in satisfactory condition
unless we give adequate attention to
foreign trade. . .
Mr. De Frees lauded the attitude of
the present national administration
from which much good may- be ex
pected, he said. ' . . .
EXTEND BErXJirM CREDIT
BRUSSELS, April 8.--(A. P.) Ne
gotiations between. Argentina and Bel
gium concerning importation of largo
quantities of outh - American, woo
nave terminated with the former gov
ernment authorizaing the Argentine
National Bank to. allow two years cred
it on such shipments.
' J.'Canfieltf td- L," M..Canfield 8100.
8 1-2 BW 1-4 and NW 1-4 SW i-4 Sec.
28 and X 1-2 NW 1-4, Sec. 33, Tp 6
a. K. 31. .
H. Ford to p.. Pound. $100. S 1-2
lots 6 and 6, block 6, Umatjlla.
E. S. Wade to H. F. Peters, $3000.
The North 37 1-2 feet of lot 13, block
57, Reservation Addition, Pendleton.
B. H. Douglas to Union high school
district No, 3, $200. Lots 9 and 10
Central View Addition,' Milton.
; J. R. Kllgore to F. Price $55. Lot
1 and X 1-2 Lot 5, Block 4, Kllgore s
Addition, Weston. -:
R. Townsend to X. 1 J. Hartgraves
$500. Mete and bound tract in block
B, Railroad Addition, Freewatcr. '
A. D. Smith to K. E. Shaw $1100.
mete and bound description in NV 1-4
SW 1-4, Sec. 31. Tp. 4. X. R. 28 E. W.
KM. r.. 1 . . " ,
E. p. Dodd to E. E. Garrett. ;$lfl.
PTPWH SB' 1-4 Sec. 20, Tp. 4, N.
pi. 23. -...
I -A, M. Gillis to Watts and Rogers, $1.
jUt 1 and 2, Block S, -Richards Ad
Z.'Hou.ier. sheriff, to W. fi. Drow-
ley, $575.70. SE 1-4 XE 1-4 Sec. 12
Tp. .4, X. R. 27,'; .... ;
; T, K. Beard to A. X. Packard, $30..
000.. Lot 4, Bloek 7 and 59 1-2 feet
off the east end bf Lot , block 7, or
iginal town of Pendleton. ' ?
: R.;.'Q. Wegner to W. W. Wegiier,
$500. XW 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec; 13, and
N 1-2 SB 1-4 and NB 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec.
i4, Tp. 2, K. R. 33.
t A. X, Boggs to F. Correa ' $3700.
Mi-le.and bound tract In SW 1-4 Sec.
8, TpU, X. R. 29 and SE 1-4 Sec. 23.
Tp. 2, X. D. 29.
M., Randolph to H. 0. Koeppen $1.
Lot 8,'block 225, Reservation Addition
Pendleton. . '
H. O. Koeppen to F. W. Koeppen,
$1.! it , Block 225, Reservation Ad
dition, Pendleton. - ;
M. D. Orange and M. E. Cohboy to
D. E. Knotts $1. Lot 5 In block 13,
Orange and Conboy'S Addition, Pilot
D. E. Knotts to P. Royse, $1. Lot 5
block 13 of Orange and Conboy's Ad
dition Pilot Rock. . - .
W B. Knowles to R. O. Horning,
$10. SE 1-4 SB 1-4 NE 1-4, Sec. 4,
Tp. ,- X. R. 28.- ' '
T. Yamawit and B. Joshua to T.
Yamawit. $1. N 1-2 XE 1-4 SW 1-4,
Sec. 7, Tp. 1, X R. 33.
T. Yamawit to A. Alexander,. $1
X 1-2 XE 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec. 7, Tp. 1
X. R. 33.
A. Alexander to T. Yamawit $1. N
1-3 NEJ 1-4 SW. 1-4 Sec. 7. Tp. 1, N.
D. M. Folsom to T. V. ,-Brewester,
$1800. Mete and bound trace in Block
6, Switxler's Addition. Pendleton. '
-Ladd Estate Company to Athena
State Bank, $500. 1-2 Interest In Weal
29 1-2 feet of Lot 12, block 4,' Athena.
V. M. Melrose to J. A. Cameron $1.
XE 1-4 SE 1-4, Sec. 28, Tp. I N. R.
35. " '
E. W. Allen to X.Leahy $200. Mete
and bound tract In Block (, Evans
Addition Milton. ' '
A. Ferguson to. K. Avery, $1. 8E
1-4 SE 1-4, NW 1-4, Sec. 4, Tp. 8, X.
R. -J.7. ."-'.-.
O. Taylor to A. Cole $2350. HW 1-4
NW 1-4 N 1-2 SW 1-4 and NW 1-4 SE
1-4 Sec. 11. Tp. 4, S. R. 30; also S 1-2,
SB 1-4, Sec 10, and S 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec.
It, Tp. 4, S. R. 30. .
'It. A. Allen to M. C -Stewart, $1
Mete and bound tract in SE 1-4 8ec.
13, Tp. 5, X. R. 31. . . '
11, S. Howard Jr., receiver, to M. C.
Stewart, $300. Mete and bound tract
SE 1-4 Sec. 13, Tp. 5, X. R. 27..
'O. F. Schrimsher to' W. W. Wasser,
$7500. Mete and bound tract 'In XE
1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 33, Tp. 6. N. R. J5.
' E. P. Dodd to U C. Hammer, $10.
1-2 interest in N W 1-4 SB 1-4 and XE
1-4 NE 1-4 SW 1-4 and X 1-2 SE 1-4
NE 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec. 29, Tp. 5, X. R.
29. ' ' ' .''
T, E Gould to C. E. Flock $10. Lot
1, tn Block 3, McCoy's Addition, Milton.
C. F, Yager to R. E. M.'lls and & H.
Hunter, $1.. Mete and bound tracts In
SE 1-4 NB 1-4, Sec 23, Tp. 4. N. R. 3o.
; . B. C. Rosenberg to R. R. Haslett.
$10. Lot 9 and 8 1-2 lot 70 in Block
6 Livermore's Addition, Pendleton.
; B. Martin to B. O. Martin, $800.
Lots T. 4. 6 and , block P. Uklah.
W. Wormlrigton to F. W. and E. T.
Milby $2Q00. ' Mete arid bound tract
in' Ireland's Addition,.' Milton. "
W. S, Egbers. to A. F. Drolshagen,
$5000. S 1-2 SE 1-4,, Sec. 23, Tp. 5,
X..R. 28. , - , -
J. F. Stack to C. Jl Hall. $10, Lot
8,. block . 3,. Kilgore'a Add-on, Weston.
X. P. Railway Co., to W. M. Blusher,
$lM180,-..5ec. 15 arid W 1-2 Sec 23,
Tp. 2. XW 28.
B. y. Cheek to T. O. Wilson. $10.
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, and , Hermlston Or
chards Addition, 'Hermlston. ,
1 M. Luther Fpx to C. A. Stratton
$800. W 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec. 24, Tp. ,
X. R, 37. ' . :
J. Richmond to' D. McDonald $1. 1-5
Interest in W 1-4 W 1-4 Sec. 28, and
We tdke every prQcswtion to give you absolute gatis-,
HAPPY HOME OLIVES:
Qt. Jar, green .,
Pt. Jar, green ..,
Pt Jar, stuffed
W Sell '
SNOW FLAKE SODAS
20c' and '45c '
230 E. Court St.
C L. JBorney, Pres.'
This Cera Remover la Gaaraateed.
Relief from corn suffering -follows
the application of "Gets-lt" almost
quickly as pain follows the thrust of a
-"-r ,! ,.n Crs
In or knife Into the flesh. Not onlv
nra enrm or otc corns nut every Kind
pf corn or callus surrenders to "Dru
lt" arid peel, right off.. It takes lust s
few seconds to stop the pain with two
or three drops. (Jo to your druggist
today. Qet bottle of "UeU-It." Coat
but a trifle everywhere. Your monev
back If not estlsfied. jMfd. bv K. Law-
e Co.. Chlrngit. inld tn PrmlM
by Tallmaa 4k Co., Economy tnu$
11 ! ton Dy
, ' i i -i
. . ; - - j
E 1-4 Sec J9, Tp. 1, X. R. $3.
J. Richmond to F. McDonald $1." In.
terest in 8 1-2 SE 1-4, Bee. 31, .Tp. 1
N. R, 33; and XW 1-4 See. 5 and X
l- XE 1-4, Bee. (, Tp. 1, X. It. S2.
K. llurd to D. McDonald. $1. 1-5
Interest in W 1-2 W l Section. 28,
and E 1-2 Sec. JJ.Tp; 1, N. n. 32.
K, llurd to F. McDonald $1. 1-39
interest in B 1-2 SE l-48ec. 11, Tp. It
N. R. 32 and XW 1-4 Sec I and NB
1-4 Sec. , T.,l 1, a R. 82. ,'
I). McDonald to F. McDonald, $1,
1-13 Interest tn 8 U2 SE 1-4 Sea. 31,
Tp. 1, X. R. S2, and XW 1-4 Sec. 6.
and N 1-? 'XE 1-4, Sec. , Tp. 1, ft It.
33, .' . . .-
F. McDonald to D. McDonald $1.'
1-5 Interest in W 1-2 W 1-2 Bee. 28
and E 1-3 See. 1, Tp. 1, N. R. 32.
C. J. Whitaker to J. E. Plnson.
2000. E 1-2 lota t and t, block 2114
Reservation Addition, Pendleton.
M. F. Abbott to L. Connerly $1.
Lands In Sec. 20, IS and 18 and 25, Tp.
2, 8K 34 and tn Beca. 7, 12. 3S, 34, 21,
and 16, Tp. 2. S. R. 33, and Interest In
fractional lots C and D and 7, Pilot -Rock.
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.: ': ,'KATZ 1LV4 KKMGXED,
PORTLAND, Or., April 8. (U. R)
Alma V. Kots, president of the
Oregon Dairymen's Cooperative league
bus resigned both as president and as
a member of the board of director! of
the league. !.
Jacob l.iischcr, prominent dairyman"'
and; hotc!ii breeder of Falrvlew. Or.(
'hue been advanced from the vice
.presidency to' the presidency of the
lodlfeition, ' Sick Htsdscbe, Blllouc
beM, filoatlo, Sour Siomscb, On e
the Stomach, Bad Breath or other eoe
dilioo cauied by cloed or irregular
boweb, take , .,...,...-',.:' ;. 1
FOLEY CATKJTi: TATLOJ
A wholesome and thoroughly cteauiaf
phytic tBijd and eail la actios. -
. H.-.ri, Uudill. Ct "I M toHr
CMkanw Tbltt sit mm ukk Mild trw
saatriiwiies ikmm savlsiM Isvsf tries."...
leftgue, and will fill out the unexpired
Krm of hi predecessor. . I
Taste t J, ia foil eBsMaVa
iaatmatly oa tongas at la watr
ALSO la) TAM.ST l-OSM rW tHUT
whq pirs TMew.
. Masai any aeon m awwM i
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THE HRST flATIONAL BM
' - I t ; : . ... , ' ( ,
of Pendleton :
.'Offers an unexcelled banking service to In
dividuals and corporations; transacts a
general banking business 7 and maintains
special departments with facilities of the
highest character. v.. ;
PENDLETON, OREGON. . .
Ton knew, of conrM, that Ka talis Talmadfe (abera) tad Butter
JCaaton (Inset) are engaged to be married. '. . .
, . But did roa know that :; '.', .-, -: .
V Natalia wear n6 enga jement ring? ' .;.,.',. , ' ,-i '
' ,They haven't aeen each other for two years?
"-!Th7 tfoo't wrtta lora latter? -. - ' ,.
' Naull appear one In while tn a picture with Norma of Ca
ttlBcy, Buter t that.'lroH comedlsn who rr p;llai . . .,:
When you buy an automobile, are you getting1
something to Joo$ at, or something to use? t . -
. Of course you are buying the miles the car will
. render in actual use on the higliway., t ti , . t.
- Looking at it that way, you are seeking more than
a car when you enter the salesroom to buy. .,You are
buying service, as well as a car. And miles must be
delivered day by day as you need them. ; , ; t
'.. Do we deliver the whole order?. Ask any man
-. who drives a i . .
on Motor Garage
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