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DAILY EAST OHEOONUN. FENDLETON, 0'
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL ?0, 1?21.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET MEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
I evxiTT, Com oeve Hiie
, A nivjTe
UfANT To CV3
V: I II 1 n
ll'.fx Ml t Hill
Sum ill Win i s'n
I From the oreenn "onrnul )
H" anil cm tic ruh-d mi n iMniin:il
I 'i" kt N"ith I'oitl.'i.id Friday, mnl
little activity iit tdmwn in the sheep
mid Inmli i1t isi'in.
1 here were piaetie.-iile n,i hogs on
the market hi iirih l'..ril:in.1 fur the
Friday trii'dc. Thr. limited supply thnt
cttne fiirwit ril over nlchi was on inn
mict lo Inrnl killer, lires w,re
considered nhont Hii ml. v, fin! nominal.
Ucneriil nog market range:
Prime light t 9.C0'3 10.00
Smooth henvj, I Mi In 300
pounds S.OOQi 9,00
KiiinMh heavy, 3 ii 0 mnl
iiii 7. "Of? S.00
Rough heavy f iilHf S.00
Fill IMC ii.r.O Si 1,1.0,1
Feeder iik'N s.ro'u lo.oo
HtllKK 4.00ir s.oo
Wh'le the ,;hifr toiiuitlon am con-
s'lbr.d s:e:nlv, f.p"ing lunibs shuwed u
I'urihi-r h's nf "iii'n 7."o at North I'urt
himl lYuiay. Tops .in the. springer
wtii- ii' i n.uiti'il a..oe IvJ", as eem
j.ti . w i. h rneem sales if similar qaiil
ity in i'
' 'e;i noi nt"' re'ii"'"
Spring lambs $
t-,"-t i f iniiim'n ii eim'-s
Willamette valley" lambs,
T 0 if
Feeders 3.00 it
Fair to kooiI C.'if 7.00 1
1'iiinnuni tn fair 5 . " tf
rhnil', Cii-vvm anil Ui'iriTJ 6.011:1 fl.7."i
Moiliuin In goml D.fiOM' 6 00,
("iimmun cows . .. 4,n0'ti 5. 11,1
Fair to mcuii:m o.'Mi 'u' ft.i'ii ;
I'annors 2.-.i'if 4.0.1 j
IMiohv fopili-rN t't.lHI il ti.ii i
Fair to ro.iJ fyi ili'ia . . . . 5 Mi i; o i
thniue dairy cmIms ll.0o ,i u.;o
I'rmif Ititht dairy c.tlvos 1 ' "i 0 ; 1 1 .i- )
Moil, livlit dairy calycs . . 7.00 ',i lo.".u
Hi-ayy yahi's 4.00 'y 7.0vi
H was anulhor day
ntrinN in llio rat tip alley." at N'orlli
l'ortlnml. therefore the market was :
considered steady but on a nominal j
iivoeral cnttle market ranpe:
Choite r:eer '. . . $ 7.7."'ir
Med'.vm to r.nl 7.00.;? MS I
i I "m-crtnliitv lit i alls
without earloa.l (, S1M.L. ,,.,,...
SEW YiiHK. Aprtl
21 YEARS OLD
At TniniwOne Yrar of am a yoi:n;r nlta;n
his majortO. Wi tlxn oni..;'r liiui as having
tin rars of lfs'rtOon. tlv vhanvts fnm
nuil to Cu-kk- mr hh1-m1 inMisi(ioTW
Htv I'Hrmii inl iVn s lio iiiulorMaml ilio Trtnt
liMiti i f Tltnfl? Ihks ho know how Ut pmfit hy
flu' lixm if how othir haw won Micots hy the
Sainrs littl? If he iiinvheiu! IIhm' Mtints ;hry
will hate a tUindttl infiufiitn1 iijnui his futun1 ro-
. (A. I
nutiKt l niaiio funaor for-
w.mi siriti'-s in the itit n:ur of yes
TirJ;ty's aotie t:(al:;ii;s iutt Die move
ment beetuue very unsof.Wul la(t r,
many of the leaders enneetMni the
. i aier pari or all of their gains.
'i his lowrsnl w is sp. c.t.i ippli
e:i:."le (m uils, n laty the Mexican i.s
vu fit. That !-up hittKe sharply at
mid. lay on pnblH-atiun of report.'! vital
Iv T'teetins; th. ft;ti;re alue of thoso
Anmmm-enier.t that the ImoKs voiltt
close today for the Northern racu.o- )
t'Jrtat Xonhern bond' offering was an j
iiMlaence of sentimental valae in the!
day's uve!ee.mnts. tentttin- th" -"o. J
' of that Important underwriting !
and I.epeakinij a better investment
Maintrnanee of regular lithirhem
Steel dividend was another favorable
factor, stimuiatin-; the inquiry for
Mtels and epnpnu nts, which freipient
ly tlom'nat'id (he market nt pross ad
vances of one to three points.
C (Ins of one t-j seven points neeiMn
panifd the intermittent buying of mo
tors and their s'ibsidiaries, especially
robber tires. Leather, food, textile
tow Taiec Vt p i uo, havcm-t.
oh, I es .
XOu TAK-6 MI FOR.
A TSST Tui3e- I'.i
Hie Americanfef tonal Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
YOUR NEIGHBOR WILL TELL YOU THAT
"PEACOCK" HAS NO EQUAL. OTHERS HAVE
SEEN THE FALLACY OF BUYING COAL WITH
OUT A NAME.
THE COAL WITH NO REGRETS
,Pf3. Sim f Ito-T nnPrrfon
We will give a beauti
ful et of aluminum ware
to you with each range
The Wesco Value Range I
the range with the twin
flue construction heats
the six holes equally at J
On P r o rrro'i f ciriiira in
fuel guaranteed to doMfl
the baking of a stove twice f
the price. Price $75.00.
See our combination gas, coal and wood range
Your old stove taken in at part payment on new
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Vir tllil INimlture Taken in Kictiaiim a Part Fa mem mi New
i:i-luJte Agwit In l"t nilliK.ii fur Acrolux (No Whin) 1'ur, li
X H V 1
I . fi r- it
It represents the pea!
of automobile starting
and lighting battery
by years of specializa
tion. Every Willard Battery is
backed by Willard reputa
tion, with us here on the
job to see that you get the
top-notch service every
Willard user has a right to
Garden and West Court Streets
Sl li AGENTS
irishwajr Service Station
i:. Conn and Alia Sin.
Ster le'n Sen fee Station
Corner Haley and Matlock
et!aivn Auto Co.
Xe!l & Barker
Stanfleld Auto Co.'
ii variable decree,
and chemical sp
but reactions at the Irremilar cluse
tan from one to three point..
Sules amounted to 1.1:15.000 shares..
Call money ruled at 7 per cent all
day. That ehc imstanee occasioniiiK
no surprise in view of yesterday's flur
ry and prospective May disbursements.
Merlin exchange was firm and nil
continental rates expeetincr lire were
rtroni;. French and Pelcian bills gollins '
at the same levels.
Dealings In bonds were more exten-
sive than at any recent period, the lib
trty division Rhnrlni; largely in the
movement, all nt material (tains. Con
vertible or underlying- rails also were
active and moderately higher. Total
ales, ar value. $13,750,ooo.
Shows More Strength
CHICAGO, April CO. (A. F.I
P'aarply higher prices for wheat yes
terday resulted, from general buying,
based largely on the scantiness of tht
stock here availi.bl for delivery on
contracts. The market closed unset
tled at I14 Jo 3'.c net advance, with
May 1.3014 to 1.3t)i.4 and July 1.0'i
to 1.07 U. Corn finished at 5-8 to 7-Sc
decline and oats 3-Sc off to 1-8 U up.
In provision:! the outcome wr'.s an ad
vance of more than five cents s com
pared with yesterday's choice. This
upturn carried the market to a point
to where Xo. 3 northern in other pri
mary centers could be shipped here at
a profit. It was noticeable too that
rural offerings had increased on the
! advance. Something of a reaeiion fol-
j lowed but sentiment continued hellish
owing moro or less to frost damage re-
' ports from Western Kansas and to
predictions of fro.vt in the central west
last night. Be-.ii'es .Misso ui advices
told of excessive mobMre hurthv
crops. A material falllu? off Monday
in the visible supply total wcxs looked
! Corn and oats tended upward al
! first in bympathy with wheat. Later,
however, a sag took place in the ab
sence of any special demand.
Provisions nvere firmer In responst
to higher quotations on hogs, although
j subsequently the ho market failed to
eastern seaboard was announced her
yesterday by five steamship com
panics, members of the Facific Coast
and North Atlantic conference.
Or any part of the electrltj
yatcm on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
anteed. HARRY H. GRAHAM.
Willard Service Station.
? Pendelton, Ore.
X Phone 84. LETS GO!
9 a. in. to S p. m.
In All liranrhcs.
There is something really unusual bout
the sweet running qualities of the LALLnY
LIGHT. It operates so quietly, so smoothly,
. and so freely that it attracts you to it by
the absence of noise.
This feature in itself proves that the
LALLEY LIGHT i3 a finely constructed
piece of mechanism
It proves its simplicity and frtiedom from numerous
and conipii'-incd parts.
It proves that greatest care .ind exactness in the
election, terting and littina of the materials and part
liave been used.
It proves that the LALLiiV operates as newly
frictionless as it is humanly possible to build t plant
of this kind. .
And besides the mechanical advantages, indicated
by the quietness of the LALLEY LIGHT, the sa:.fac.
tion whiih you derive from this one feature alone
is important. '
Come in and listen for yourself let us tell why it
irns so quietly and jut what tins ineaus '.J ytu.
Be Sure See the LALLEY First
STURG1S & STORIE
Cttettical Luipmnt for lA
Farm and Aura Horn
fe -'Sty wit ' fe i msr
DR. a II. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Kooma 21 and 25 Smitb-Crawfori
j Telephone 704
Dr. Lvnn K. JMakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Dueum-a an
Dlstases of Women. XKay Electrti
Temple Bldf. Room It
P. O. Boi SSI
Res. 748-R Plume IIO-W
mm m tt m jam u-
l aiorablo I)eelopni nts
Voted In IdiHlness
NKW YORK, April 30. (A. P.)
While the volume of trade is little
different from last week in most sec
tions, gains being noted over March,
but decreases still recorded as com
pared with April last year at most
centers, and collections still drag, the
Industrial peace seems somewhat bet
ter and an undeniably more optimistic
feeling is voiced in most reports. In
fact, the developments of the week
nave been mainly on the favorable
d.cie. These latter include a continu
ance of reports th.-.a spring trado has
turned out better than earlier expected,
a more confident run of preductions
as to fall trade prospects, a faster pace
revealed in outputs of shoes, leather,
bituminous coal, crude petroleum,
automobiles, a decrease in the number
of idle cars and reports of better load
ings on the railways generally, better
net earnings reports for March than
for many preceding months on a num
iier of railways, an improved tone
manifested In iron and steel, based
largely on better taxing of material
by tile automobile and oil trades.
Wei My bank cleurinib $5,890,884,000.
Wool Demand slow ;
I'rloos Hardy Steady
BOSTON', April 30. (A. P.)-
Commerclul Bulletin says today:
"The demand for wool this week has
been less aetive and prices are barely
film, except for t lie choicest staple
wools. The null siMalion continues
generally healthy. .Shearing is spread
ing In the west but liltl i business Is re
ported on the part of the eastern deal
ers as yet.
"'me r.nglish market la slightly im
proved but the o.itiook in Australia is
coia-,,d"i ed very bad.
"t.ierme.ny is lining a little more
frci ly in An',' nt'na."
Oieon Kasiern No. 1 staple SOftf
8."i; e.istern clothing ii5 70.
Valley No. 1, s:,'n 70; territory, fine
j:taple choice r, fi :i0; half bloou cum.'
in 7'i'Vi 7'.; .1-S blood combing rtVo TiT,,
ip'.i.rter i'iood (onriir.g file
and fine i.iii'ium clothing r,;,';! 70.
Mohair Itest coming 271 ::0; best
nulling 2ft' -.1.
"SK us for a ride in the new Buick.
Let us demonstrate its Dower: how
simple it is to handle; how handy and
Learn how easily you can drain radiator
and crank-case and reach the batteries.
Greater roominess and beautiful new lines
will appeal to your comfort and pride.
Buick utility is made constant by Author
ized Buick Service.
Since January J, regular equipment
on all models includes Cord Tires
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Ceiluir Occiin I rcltlil
llules n I ri.-M
SAN KltANCiWTn. April 30. (A.
1M--A red'H tion from tific to UTiC per
buniiieil pounds in ocean freight rates
on boxed dued frullu and raisins to the
Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
Phone 408 V 119, 121W. Court
WV.ni Lf.J JLTv MirOMOlJJLKS AIVE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM'