Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 05, 1918, Page 19, Image 19

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    TIIE 3IORXIXG OREGOXIAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER .". 1018.
19
HDP GROWERS WAIT
FOR NEXT ADVICE
Crops Withdrawn From Mar
ket Owing to Rapid Rise.
PRICES HOLD VERY STRONG
Speculators Who AVer largely Re
sponsible" for f plift Are Xot
So Keen Now to Buy.
4l
talned In special license regulations No. 2,
applying to millers, and rule 6, as contained
in special license regulations o. 25, apply
ing; to licensed elevators and dealers in
feed grains and feed products, are both
herewith, repealed.
"The cancellation of these rules removes
all restrictions from the use or sale of wheat
for feed purposes as well aa in the manu
facture of poultry feed and mixed feeds.
1 Ecri Are HoldLnff Steady.
The eg; market wa steady yesterday
and there was no Indication that prices
would change soon. Oregon fresh ranch,
ordinary candled, were quoted at 65 cents
and fresh Eastern were offered at 60 cents.
Butter dragged at last week's prices.
There was a good demand for poultry,
hens selling; at 262S cents, heavy Springs
at 27 cents and broilers at 0 cenis.
Dressed meats were unchanged.
Demand for Potatoes Blow.
The demand for potatoes was slow tnd
prices steady and unchanged at $1.60'92.00,
according to quality for Burbanks, and $2.00
2.15 for netted Gems.
A car of Oregon onions arrived and yellow
stock was held at $2. CaUfornla were
quoted at $1.70 2.00.
There Is not much business stirring in the
flop trade, although the market continues
very stronpr. The recent rapid advance in
Trices served as a notice on growers to be
cautious about selling and as a consequence
there are practically no hops now offering op
the Oregon market- The same conditions
exist in California and "Washington. The
demand continues and the few lots left un
sold in the Xorthwest could bo turned easily
it the growers were disposed to accept the
jrices offered. There is not the same In
quiry from speculators, however, and a
number of them withdrew from the mar
ket wln-n prices ceased to move forward.
The lat'-.-t transaction In Oregons reported
was the sa.ic of a carload by a Chinese
grower at If cents.
That the brewing interests of "New York
do not regard the stopping of brewing of
beer cm December 1 as final, and a step
toward prohibition. Is shown by the atti
tude taken by the various companies to
wards the future operations of their plants
and th disposal of their properties.
Unlike the Anheuser-Busch Association, of
St. Louis, which has already turned over to
the Government its Immense plant and man
ufacturing facilities for war purposes. New
York brewers are undecided upon what uses
they are going to put their plants to when
all brewing is stopped on December 1 tinder I
the Presidential edict forbidding; the use ;
of grain for such purposes. As the brewers
explain It, the equipment of the breweries
Is such as to make necessary a practical re
building of the plants to make them fit for
any other purposes.
Working at top speed, they are storing
large quantities of beer to carry them over
sifter brewing stops, and It is estimated by
one brewer that practically all the plants
tLre stocked with enough beer to last from
four to six months after December 1. Pres
ent plans call for the utilization of the
breweries as warehouses to hold this im
mense quantity of beer. j
PUKPLUS OF BUTTER ON MARKET
ZjOCo! Creamery Gives Reason for Cutting
Price of Printo. j
A local creamery which recently put out
and has maintained a lower print butter
price than the other city creameries has sent
st. circular letter to retail dealers which
says:
"Owing to the wide range of price be
tween fresh and storage butter, the fresh
make has not been moving: out to the trade
in proportion to the amount manufactured
by the creameries, therefore a surplus of
fresh butter was being accumulated on the
Middle West and West Coast markets.
"Some of the local plants had either large
amounts of Eastern butter on hand or in
transit, which was purchased at a figure
Chat would allow them no profit If sold
upon true -local market conditions. The law
of supply and demand should and does reg
ulate the buying and selling- price of nearly
all commodities on legitimately conducted
changes. Why not on butter?
"Do yon know that the price of butter as
quoted by certain Seattle and Portland
creameries'" on October 31 was the highest
butter quotation on recognized markets in
the United States? Can you understand why
the above markets situated In producing
dairy sections should be quoted at such
figures If the law of supply and demand Is
to regulate the price which goods are to be
sold for?
"We have not purchased one pound of
Eastern butter, and the butter offered by
tja is our own make."
Bank Clearings.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as zoiiows:
'leartngs.
Portland ........... ,$ri,ri5.i-'7
Seattle 6.X2.7T
Tacoma. 3,or.t,84 4
Spokane l,2."i.r17
Balances.
$L7il.sr.w
J,S3.0O2
4 40..7
PRICES HT YfiRDS ftDMHCE
HOGS AXI LAMBS ARB HIGHER
AT NORTH PORT LAX D .
JCASTERN APPLE MARKETS TTKMKK
Xoral Demand Is Still Confined J-arerely to
Cheaper Grades.
There was a good demand for apples on
tho local market yesterday and prices held
steady. Kxtra fancy Jonathans, Ortleys,
FpitacnberES and Wineaaps wers quoted at
Ji.40i .3.00. fancy at 2.25. and C srade
at Sl.90Sf2.00. Th bulk ot sales were
cheap and over-ripe stock at S1.251.75.
1 "a n-y home-grown Northern Spys were of
fered at 3 cents a pound In bulk.
Oregon apple shipments wer. 20 ears to
Nbw Tork, 5 each to Washington and Sus
pension Bridge, The Dane's. 2 each to Port
Sand, Oakland, Los Angeles and Leroy, 1
each to Baltimore, Portland, Mlnot, Norfolk,
Kl Paso, Blsbee. Wichita, Tacoma, Des
Moines, Kawklnson, Jamestown, Houghton,
Omaha, Dallas, Roundup, Wasco, Pendleton.
Canners stock, 2 to East Portland, and 1
to The Dalles.
The Kastern markets wer. generally firm.
New York Baldwins As 2-lncH held mostly
at $-1.50, some $4.75 per barrel. f. o. b,
Rochester. New York Baldwins and Green
ings As 2-lnch ranged generally $4.50'
5.75 in consuming markets, Virginia Ben
Davis As 2 -Inch ranged steady at 3.50
f. o. b. cash Winchester, and ranged $4.25
5.00 in distributing markets. Virginia Yorks
As 2Vj-inch were slightly stronger at $4.35
(ft 4. 40 f. o. b. cash Winchester. North
western fancy boxed Winesaps ranged S.1.TI
$6 2.00 f. o. b shipping points. North
western and Colorado extra fancy boxed
Jonathans ranged mostly $3.003.25 in con
suming markets. Total shipments about
recent average.
1 OCAL. COARSE GRAIN . BID9 FTRMER
Pan Francisco Warehouses Ordered by Gov
ernment to Mov. Barley,
Except for barley, bids for which wers
25tf50 cents lower than oil Saturday, the
local grain market was firmer yesterday.
3lulk oats bids were advanced 50c$l and
corn averaged 50 cents higher. Sacked oats
offers were unchanged. One hundred tons
of Decmber yellow corn were sold at $54.
Stockton, Cal, advices say all ths ware
houses are fairly lull of barley which must
be, moved, owing to the Government order
requiring all barley stored In warehouses to
be moved from seaboard warehouses or
sold within 30 days.
Weather conditions In the Middle West
as wired from Chicago: "Wlnnlper, clear, 82;
Allnneapolis. clear, 46; Duluth and Chicago,
clear, cool; St. Louis, clear. 50; Kansas City,
cloudy, 50; Topeka and Omaha, cloudy, 50;
Peoria, foggy, 38."
All grain exchanges will be closed today
en account of tho election.
Terminal receipts In cars wero reported
by the Merchants Exchange as follows:
PORTLAND Jl A li K E T QUOTATIONS
Grain, Floor, I'eed. Etc.
Merchants Exchange, noon session:
November:
Uals Bid.
No. 2 white feed.............. $53.00
Hariey
Standar-l feed 47.50
Standard "A" 48.00
Kastern oats and corn in bulk:
Outs
No. 3 white !........ 47.00
3S-pound clipped 48.50
Corn
No. 3 yellow . 84.50
No. 3 mixed 03.00
December:
Oats
No. 2 BS.OO
Barley
Feed 41 50
A" 48.00
Oats
fo. 3 47.0l
Clipped 4S.0O
Corn
Yellow BJ.-
Mixed 52.51
WHEAT Government basis, $2.20 per
bushel. ..
J.-r.nTTTl -p-amllv flonr. JlO.oogi ll.ro per
barrel: bakers. 10.70'i 10.S5; whol. wheat,
:i.S51ilO; graham, i'J.Kr.ti 0.S0: barley flour.
$10 50xl3; rye flour, $11. ..'rt i.; corn nuui,
1212.40; corn meal, $11411.80; oat flour,
11.20&11.40.
MiLLFKEU Mill run. soil woes", emu---.
f. o. b. mill, carlots. $32.10 per 'ton; mlxea
cars. J32.U0L ton lots or over, $34.10; less
than tons, -$35.10; rolled barley, izr.iftw.
rolled oats, $6165; ground barley, $3460;
alfalfa meal. 40'fr44.
rop.N Whole $737T: crackea, aian-i-.
tt a V nitvinc nrlces. f. o. b. Portland:
Eastern Oregon timothy. $3033 per ton;
Valley timothy. $27 per ton: alfalfa, $28;
Valley grain hay, $26; clover. $27; straw.
$a10.
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes, extras, 58 cents: prints.
extras, box lots, 6063c; half boxes, -mC
more: less than half boxes, lo more; butter
fat. No. 1, tt3oc per pound, delivered.
Portland.
E(JGS Oreeon ranch.- canaiea, rots ww
cracks out, 65e: selects, 67c dozen.
CHEESE Tillamook, I. o. D. L i-iamoo..
Triplets, 3Gc; Young Americas, 3c; coos
and Curry County: Triplets, f. o. b. Myrtle
Point. 35 c.
POULTRY Hens, 2(!28c; springs, :m
30c; roosters, 18c; ducks. 27i&30c: geese,
17c; turkeys, live, 30 31c
VEAL Fancy, ihc per pouna.
PORK Fancy, 21 21 He per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
ttritits Oranges. Valencias. $12-50H'13;
lemons. $10.25011.50 box; bananas, 88V4o
per pound; grapefruit. $6.50m8.25: apples,
$1.233.25 per box; pears, $2.0U2.25 per
box; casauas, i a -per pounu. "
12J-.c per pound; quinces, si.ou per dox,
cranberries, $12 per barrel; huckleberries,
17 c per pound.
V EGETAoLt.3 xomatoea. wucwe-.wv
box; cabbage, $22.23 per 100 pounds; let
tuce, $22.50 per crate: peppers, 78c per
pound; celery, 80c per dozen; eggplant. 10c
per pound; articnoKes, si...- l'er uueu.
cauliflower. $1.75 per dozen; garlic, 30c per
pound; pumpkins. 2c per pound: squash.
Ac per pouna; Deets. -J" I'" .....
rots. $1.501.75 per sack; turnips, Lia per
sack.
pnTATOES Orecon. Jl.oosirz.Wi per Hun
dred; Yaklmas, $23:2.15; sweets, 44i4c.
ONIONS Oregon. 5-: camorni uruww.
and buckskins, $1.75(fr2.
Staple Groceries.
Local Jobbing quotations:
BUGAR Sack basis:. Frult and berry.
$3.55; beet, SU.2.-: extra i, a.io; powoerea.
in barrels, l'J.-.; cunes. in uiei. ,
virvs Walnuts. 30c; Brazil nuts, 19c;
filberts, 25c; almonds. 25 30c; peanuts, 21c
SAL 1 nall-Eruuuu, j..--., vj.v
50s $17.25 per ton; dairy, $2o per ton.
jjicii Unbroken, 10 hi If 11 tte per pound.
MEANS Jobbing prices: White. HVsW
13c: colored. SH&8V4c
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 17 25c
Provisions.
Local Jobbing quotations:
tjavtk All sizes, choice, 'SSeSSe: stand
ard, 3737c; skinned, none; picnic. 26c;
cottage roil, ami ....
LARD rTierce basis, standard pure, 29e;
compound, 23c
BACON Fancy. 50K52?Ac; standard, 47
50c: choice. 30044c
MKY SALT Short, clear backs, I0O35e;
exports, 20 32c
Hides and Pests.
HIDES No. 1 salted. 30 pounds and up,
14c No 2 salted. 30 pounds and up. 13c;
Ko.' i green. SO pounds and up. 11c; No. 3
green, 30 pounds and up, 10c; No. 1 salted
bulls. 50 pounds and up, 11c: No. 2 salted
bulls, 50 pounds and up, 10c; No. 1 green
bulls. 50 pounds and up. 0c; No. 2 green
bulls. 50 pounds and up. be: No 1 green
or salted calf skins up to 13 pounds. 29e;
No 2 green or salted calf skins up to 15
pounds. 27 Vic; No. 1 green or salted kip
.kin 15 to 30 pounds. 15c: No. 2 green or
salted kip skins. 15 to SO pounds. 13ttc;
dry flint hides. T pounds and up, 28c: dry
flint calf, under 7 pounds, 38c: dry salt
hides. 7 pounds snd up. 22c: dry salt calf,
,.r,H.r 7 Hounds. 32c: dry cull hides or calf
half price: dry stags or bulls. ltc; dry salt
stags or bulls. 12c.
PELTS Dry long-wool pelts, per pound
n..- Arv short-wool pelts. per pound.
"5!S30c: salted long-wool lamb pelts, each,
50(ir3.G0: salted long-wool sheep pelts.
each $23; dry sheep shearilngs.
256 50c; salted sheep shearlings.
50 3$ 75c.
Cattle Market Is Firm for All
Classes Offerings Are Large
and Demand Is Active-.
There was a strong and aetJv. market at
th. North Portland yards yesterday. Ths
run totaled 85 carloads and there was plenty
of good quality In the offerings to meet
the enlarged demand- Cattle were very
firm, though no higher than at the clone
of last week. The hog market, however,
gained 40 cents, with a new top of $17.75,
while lamb prices were advanced 60 cents.
Receipts were 1461 cattle. 84 calves, 242S
hogs and 1843 sheep. Shippers were:
With cattle J. W. Chandler. Elgin. 1
load; George Smith. Dcaln, 1 load; John
Abee, Corvallis. 1 load; C. K. Miller Son.
Dlllard. 2 loads; W. II. Farra. Grants Pass.
1 load; W. Hlchola. Sweet Grass. Mont., 1
load; J. J. Parry, White Salmon. 1 load;
Lester Wade. Bend. 1 load; O. E. Gray.
Culver. 1 load; O. B. Gray. 3 loads: Henry
Neal. Shanlko. 1 load; J. A. .Morgan. Con
don, 2 loads; Penlsnd t Co., Heppner, 1
losd; Prlnevllle Land te Livestock Company.
Redmond. 1 load: H. F. "Kelly." Enterprise.
4 loads; J. W. Shaw, Dayton, Wash., 1 load;
J. W. Toner, Walla Walla, 1 load; O. B.
Gorsllne, Joseph, 1 load; A. Greeley, Home-
dale, Idaho, 2 loads; J. J. Brown. Haines,
2 loads; P. J. Brown, Baker. 1 load; G. L.
McNott, Roblnette, 2 loads; O. It. Schmidt.
I load; Sol Dlckerson. Weiser. 2 loads; C
W. Hoffman, Baker, 3 loads; Bert Rogers,
Roblnette, 3 loads; Pendleton Meat Com
pany, Pendleton, 2 loads: F. Bellinger, Leb
anon, 1 load; McKelvey & Eaton, Eugene, 1
load; Benton County Co-operative Associa
tion. Plymouth. Wash-. 1 load: A. F. Conley,
Shanlko. 2 loads.
With hogs J. D. Dlnsmore, West Scio, 1
load: Z. Bursell, Central Point, 1 load; M.
C. Lanthan, Montague. Cal., 2 loads; O. O.
McGill, Shearer, 1 load; Dalles Dressed Meat
Company, The Dalles. 2 loads T C. R. Bel-
shce. Moro, 1 load; Arlington Lumber Com
pany, Condon, 1 load; Coe Bernard, Condon,
1 load; J. W. Toner, Walla Walla, 1 load;
B. E. Myers, Elgin. 1 load; A. M. Rugger,
Joseph. 1 load; Wilder Estate Association.
Caldwell. 1 load; Farmer Society of Equity,
Nampa. 1 load; W. B. Hunter, Lontlne. 1
load; Pendleton Meat Company, Pendleton.
1 load.
With sheep F. B. Farger. The Dalles, S
loads: L E. West. Roseburg. 1 load; C. H.
Farmer. McCoy. 1 load; Lester J. Carey,
Cedar Point. 1 load.
With mixed loads W. A. Leaper, Ton-
calla, 2 loads of cattle, calves and hogs;
G.D. Burdlck, Salem. 1 load of cattle, hogs
and sheep; JA. Peters, Brooklyn, 1 load of
cattle, calves and hogs; George Dadrak,
Sheridan, 1 load of cattle and hogs; H. L.
McFadden. Harriaburg: 1 load ot cattle and
hogs; J. M. McFadden, Corvallis. 1 load of
cattle and hogs; U. E. NebergaJ. Albany,
1 load of cattle and hogs; Claude Christ.
Redmond. 1 load of cattle, calves, hogs and
sheep; Otis Cork, Heppner. 1 load of cattle
and hogs; L B. Carter, Condon, 1 load of
cattle and hogs; Coles & Dodd, Haines, 1
load of cattle, calves and hogs; First N
tlonal Bank. Haines. 1 load of cattle and
hogs.
The. day's sales were aa follows:
Wt. Price.l Wt Price.
2S cows . 015$ 8.00 250 hogs.... 207 $17.50
30 cows... liniti
5 cows. . . 858
20 cows. . . 872
15 cows. . fc 1070
2 cows. . .
0 cows. . .
3 cows. . .
1 cow. . . ,
20 cows. . .
4 cows. . .
5 cows. . .
6 Cows. . .
1 cow . . . ,
12 cows. . .
1 cow. . . .
25 cows. ..
1 bull
1 bull.
42 steers. .
2 steers. .
2 steers. .
5 steers.
47 steers. .
7 steers. .
4 steers. .
14 steers. .
another block of $400,000 at the same price.
The previous liberty Issues were inclined to
ease.
Naval etere-a.
SAVANNAH. Nov 4. Tursentlne firm.
60c: sales '; receipts, 108; shipments. 24;
Stocks. 30.331.
Rosin, firm; sales. 642: reeelota. S53: ship
ment blank: stock. 6S. 638.
Quote: B. D and E. $14 25; F, $14.80; O.
$14.45; I. $14.65; K. $15.25: M. $15.40; N.
lo.oo; WO, $13 75; WW $16.
Chicago Dairy Produce,
CHICAGO. Nov. 4. Butter. nnsattled:
creamery, 52-)r58Uc.
r.gss. miner: receipts. 4563 esses: firsts.
56-H57c; ordinary firsts. 54HJ6c; at
mark, cases Included. S3056C
- f
Hops at New York.
NEW TORK. Nov. 4. Hons, firm? state.
medium to choice 1018. 242tc: 1917.
l20o; Pacific Coast 1318. 21e25c: 1U17.
166 18c
j 30 steers.
I 54 steers.
005
82S
1050
1210
1(124
KH2
1118
858
10HO
1050
830
44
1550
12.10
3
B10
sir.
n:t4
1142
874
1 owr.
it 7 1!
8 75 2 hogs.... 21.1 18.50
7.55 31 hogs 175 15.50
B.75 52 hogs 104 17.10
8.50 86 hogs.... 203 17.35
4 50 88 hogs.... 188 17.2
3.30 2 hogs.... 205 15.20
8 25 2 hoijH. . .. 400 1520
7.501101 hogs. . .
M.!iO 5 hogs. . .
7. Mil 8 hogs...
7.'i0 11 hogs. ..
7.251 69 hogs. . .
6.00K13 hogs. . .
8 50.12K hogs...
5.00 87 hors 227 17
4.50 25 hogs.... U4 17
6.00'loOhOKS 200 17.60
K.OO 175 hogs.... 10 17.10
8 .60 148 hogs
8 50 81 hogs. . ..
8.00:120 hogs. . ..
0.50 36 hogs.
ino 17.2
20 16.2
8t0 16.3."
250 15.90
208 17.40
20 17.50
i i7.a
27 steers.
2 steers. .
1 steer. . .
1 steer; . .
1 ster. . .
1 calf
1 calf.
each
eacl'
Portland. Mon..
Year ago
Paa5on to date.
Year ago
Ttcoma, Sat...
Year ago
Season to date.
Year ago
foattle. Sat.. ..
Year ago
Season to date.
Year ago
Wheat.Barley.Flour.Oats.Hay.
6S ... 1 4 2
4r.fi:t 453 fi.-U 443 19.1S
ol-J.-s S3 S17 657 73t
22 ... ... t- . 7
:-.o , 2 1
2725 IT ... fl! B2S
2207 23 ... 130 765
50 1 ... 4 34
114 4 19 4 13
2724 41 551 823 J244
1012 103 617 516 1170
WHEAT MAY BE IED TO STOCK
All Restrictions on Vse for Feed Purposes
Are Cancelled.
The following bulletin was issued yes
terday by M. H. Houser. second vice-presl
dent ot the Food Administration, Grain Cor.
poratlon:
"Effective this date, rule MS S, as con-
lions. Wool, Mohair, Etc.
HOPS Oregon. 1U18 crop. 10 O 20c per
PUnU- . . ,.,T, A
MOHAIR Long staple. 62c; short staple.
A'fr- hnrrv. HOC
CASCAltA JiABS. mew anu oiu. uai
per pound.
TALLOW ISO. X. . . -.w.
12U.C per pound; grease. No. 1, 10c; No. 2.
11S5
1018
080
1010
8;o
1170
mo
170
12.50,
10.50
12.00!
10.75
1 1.75
12.60
12.25
ll.ool
10.50
8 00
1 1 hogs. . ..
83 hogs .
1 ewe.....
4 ewes. . ..
21 ewes. . ..
34 ewes. . ..
3 year. . . .
4 wethers.
220 17.35
200 17.45
18S 17.3
145 15.50
17.2
17.7
8.00
8 50
168
215
120
140
107
86
116
13
50
6.30
11.00
9.50
1 wether., loo 10.50
12.
12.
1L50
80
UO
10 lambs.
1O.0O 2O0 lambs. ..
ll.50 40 lambs. ..
9.001
Prices current at the local Yards ar. as
zoiiows:
Cattle . Prlrea
Prime steers S12.00ft 12 56
Good to choice steers........... ll.O0$t!2.oo
Medium to good steers 9.75 toll 00
i-air to medium steers........ 8.23V 9.2.1
common to ralr steers 5.75C1 8.
Choice cows and heifers 8.00 4 8.50
Aiea. to good cows and heifers.. 6.0OWP 7.23
hair to med. cows and heifers.. 5.004D 6 00
Canners S.OO'tS 4.00
Bulls K.OOO 7.00
Calves 0.006x12.00
Hoks
Prime mixed .... 1T.50M7.75
Medium mixed , .............. 17.004c 17.23
Rough heavies ................ 13.50315.75
Piss 14.00W15.00
Sheep
Prime lambs H.O0M2.B0
Fair to medium lambs ...... 8.00910.50
Yearlings .30.00 & 11. 00
Wethers 8.0010.00
Ewes vr" .e:5Ut 8.00
Metal Market.
NEW TORK. Nov. 4 I
Spot. 8.05c
fpener. quiet. East St. Louis delivery, spot,
8.65 dr 8. 75c.
Dried PTnlt at New Tork.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. Ev.nnr.t.4 ..nlH
nominal. Prunes Bcrrr: California 8)1 is
lOKc. Peaches nominal.
Cotton Market,
NEW TORK. Nov. 4
steady. Middling 80.70.
CORN MARKET HAS RALLY
DEALERS ETEJf TTP TRADES FOR
ELECTIOV HOLIDAY.
Cotton Spot
Dulnth Llswel Market.
DDLUTH. Nov. 4. Linseed. $3.65. f
PEACE STOCKS ARE LIFTED
INVESTMENT SHARES CAIX ON
AUSTRIA'S SURRENDER.
Ralls Advance With IrnpressiTe Bar.
Inj; War Issues Are Heavy ; New
Liberty Bonds Are Quoted.
NKW TORK. Nov 4 P..
their Inninc sc.ln tn1 v 1
of various claaes scoring substantial gains
on Austria's capitulation and publication of
l allies terms to that country. Rails,
shippings and motors, with outbursts of ac
tivity the oil group, were the dominant
teatures.
Gains imr.ru rails of the Investment di
vision ranged from 1 to 2', points, the Har
nman and mil groups denoting absorption
ot an impressive character.
Atlantic Gulf featured the shippings, al
though Vieldinv n.r . ,. m
but Marine, preferred, and minor issues, such
as American International and Pacific Mail,
were moderately active and firm.
" 1B manifested miion nt ...- . .
f'if "". gains of 8 to 7 point.
r "U''n V'JLr"um- Dutch. Tessa
Cnmuan: and Pan-A mi.. r-. .
'",r:ty.to 'rrtul" Impairment at the clorel
1.1. t. . . D' locomotive. Ueth-
r.rJJ,5 ,h n1 Kew York A" ";' "P"
JL ,ha heavy aar storks.
In m.Wr,.ltroDC " ,n turnover
In many months, to which the new liberty
ail atTs r"R,,,S "'1' f ""ntul blocks
I.r.1 Ra"waJ' n.l were 1 to 2 per
Frener? '"1 nl"tlonala especially
Totlf ,a?e P""- ,""1" noteworthy galna.
Total sales, par value, aggregated 817.SOO.
" Onl Lnlted Sr.,,.. . , .
changed on call. w. o-
Prices Early In Session Depressed by
Sinlns of Armistice- With Aus
tria; Oats Are l'Irm.
CmCAOO. Not. 4. Destr that trade be
evened up for the election holiday rallied
the corn market today from declines brought
about by the signing of the armistice with
AUMtrla. Prices closed firm at the ame as
Saturday's finish to a c higher, with De
cmber $1.13Si to $1.13 and January
$1.14 ti to $1.14 44. Oats finished unchanged
to le up and provisiona varred from 10c
off to 6c advance.
Bears In corn had a decided advantage un
til the last half hour, but In the final trad
ing the wish to' curtail open risks during
the election adjournment nullified tempo
rarfly every other factor, and forced ths
market up.
Oats showed Independent strength as a
result of Government buying.
Firmness ef the bog market steadied pro
visions. Lesdlng f stares ranged aa follow:
CORN.
Open, High. Low. Clese.
Nov. $1.1 4 '4 $1.15 $ 1 $115.
Dec 1.12e 1.1.1-. l.lo 1 13S
Jan 1.13s 1H;X Lll 1.14'.,
OATS.
Nov. 97 ." .67 ,H
Dec 66 .r.7;. .6". .S7'
Jan. 65 H .67 '.a .05 .07 U
MEFS PORK.
Nov. 84.50 S4.f0 84.50 84.SO
Jan. ......39.50 83.S0 39.45 89.80
LARD.
Nor. SA-5
Jan. 24.M 14.75 I4.M 4.73
SHOTtT RIBS.
Nov .-r.PI 82.10 22rS t 1 0
Jan. 21.85 22.03 1.90 2.02
fssh r-rtces were:
torn. No. 2 velltrw. $LS5f?lC9: No. 8 yel
low. 81.22. 1. 35; No. 4 yellow. 1 lSrl '-l.
Oats, No. 8 white. CnffSSc; standard TO
09c.
Rye. No. S. l lVi016:.
Barley, R0cr $1.00.
Timothy. 87, 00 10.00.
flover. nominal.
Pork, nominal. .
Lard. 2fl 25 2 38.
Ribs. 823.00 Q 24.QO
Minneapolis Grata Market. .
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 4. Barley. 8094e:
flax. 88.84 93.60.
Grain at San Francises).
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 4. Floor. 811.4S
per barrel.
Grain Wheat, Government price. 82.24
per bushel: barley. 82.1592.20: oats. .hit.
feed, nominal; com. California yellow. 84.15.
Hay Wheat snd wheat and oats. 82928;
me oats. 8251 27.50; barley. 821 ft 24; al-
falfa. 822925; barley straw. AOtliOc
steals Alflf. 83: coeoanut. nominal.
CLOSINO STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Bales.
O0
6,400
1.700
1.0MO
8,500
High.
BO
41H
85 ,
CIS
4'i
7'
111
18
(
Am Beet Sugar
American an.
Am Car & Fdry
American Loco
Am 8 & Refg. .
Am Sugar Hcfg 200 lloli
Am Z L a S.! I'.!!'.'.
Atchison 1,800
Anaconda Cop. 7.200
A t; 4 w 1 a 8 4. sou
Bait & Ohio.... 1.4U0
B & Sup Cop
Cal Petroleum. 900
Canadian Pac. I,5o0
Central Leather l.OOO
Ches &. Ohio.. l,;ioo
Ch M & St Paul 1.4UO
Ch 4c N W
Cll R I & P CtfS
C'hlno Copper..
Colo Fl 4c Iron
Corn Pdcts Hefg 1,80!)
Crucible t!teel.. 5.20O
Cuba Cane Sug 2.000 :tivt
Distillers Sec. l,4oo 47t
rrie 2,700 17 5.
General Elcc .. 200 154
General Motors I.700 l;tl
Gt North Prd.. s,.",oo n,
Gt Nor Ort Ctfs l,4oo .'11
Illinois t!cntral 400 I02 V
lnnpir Ooppcr. . 2.5UO 5o'.
Inter Pat-r . .....
Inter Nieltel . . .
Kaji City St.uth
Louis & Na&h. .
Kennecott Cop. .
Maxuell 51otors
Alex Petroleum
Miami Copper..
Low.
,'.,
45 W
61 1,
f71
110
104
50 X
'26
la;4
112.
IV
00'.,
2.400 23 14 2S
4S
55
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47 '
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154 ',
120 -J,
84 S '
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12
54
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20',
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27
27
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2.7110
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OF
LIVESTOCK
LOADED
S3,
21H
117-,
iu
105
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-viiwoun i ac.. xt,iiiu xo',
Nevada Copper 600 201,
N y central .....
N Y N If H
Nor & West. . 700 loo
Northern I'ac. 4.40O l5V,
Pacific Mail... J00 5 J ',
P T & T
Pittsburg Coal.. 400
ltsy Con Copper 500
Heading 12.7oo
Ren I A S.... 2.400
Southern Pac. . G4.TOO
SLudebaker Cor 0.5oo
Texas t'o 2.5oo
Union Pacific. 5.0OO
U a Indus Al.. O.noo
IT S Heel 130.7O0
L' Sleel Prd.. ."00
Utah Copper... 1.5O0
Western Union 400
West Klec I.I10O
Bethlehem B ..27.800
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BONDS.
O S ref 2s reg 0S IPenn Con 4H.. 'MS
do coupon .. -i's tunion raa 4s...
D S 8s reg ... S4 U B Stee) 8s.... 880,
do coupon .. s:i ISo Pac cv 5a... 104V,
U s reg. ,. .'luu'A AaKto-r rencn aa u.
do coupon .."1UU LIO SVSS...8U.8S
AETER-VJAR TBAVEL LOOMS
IIALPII E. TOWtE VISITS CITi"
OX BUSINESS MISSION".
Kxpress Company Head Lands) Work
of. Tourist Association in At
tracting People to West.
I' a! ;h E. Towle, manager ot th
travel department of the American
Railway Kxpress Company, was a Port
land visitor yesterday on his first offi
cial tour of the Pacific Coast. The
travel department of the express com
pany is a new creation, and has taken
on important responsibilities in the
travel of the world In the few months
since It was put in operation.
Through tho operation of the 0.000
Offices of the company in this country
and the more than 40 general offices
In- principal cities of the world, the
department makes every provision in
detail for the tickets, accommodation!
on train, ship or resort hotels, arranges
for passports and discharges every
service for those who tour the United
States or fro abroad.
Koreisrn travel is frreatly restricted,
owlnrr to lark of steamships for South
America, the Orient -or Kurope, and
there are such restrictions as prevent
issuance of passports except to those
who have the best of reasons for travel.
Mr. Towle anticipates there, will be re
vival of world-wide travel In a remark
able measure as soon as restoration of
traffic on & peace basis may be made
possible.
"The Pacific Northwest Tourist Asso
ciation has done some, very effective
advertising In the Kast this year." said
iir. -towle. "and it lias been of a char
acter to arouse a lot of Interest in this
part of the country."
Lack of time to remain over another
day prevented Mr. Towle beinit taken
over the Columbia River Hichway, but
secretary uodson and Sidney li. V'ln
cent, of the Chamber of Commerce, and
Charles W. English, of the Portland
Ad Club, acquainted him with some of
the attractions of the Columbia River
district and scenic beauties of Portland.
He was also much interested in th
activities in shipbuilding; and spruce
production centering in Orepron.
Shipments to th. Tadlnc Market, of the
Paclflo Northwest.
State origins ot livestock loaded on No
vsmber 3, 1318, were as follows 1
Csttls Mixed
Calves. Hogs. Sheen, stock
For Portland
California 1
Washington ....... 3
Totals Portland.. 3
One week ago..... 18
Four weeks ago.... IS
One year ago 42
For Seattle
Oregon ..
Wauhinstun ....... 1
f 1
3
1
e
Totals Seattle ..
One week aso
Four weeks ago...
One year a go
For cipokans
W,aahingto(ti
Totals Spokane..
9c per pound.
SAN FBAN-CISCO PRODUCE MARKTJ
Prices Current on Eggs, Vegetables. Fresh
fruits. Etc.. at Bay Citr.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 2. Butter. 8O0.
Eggs Fresh extras. 88 Vic; fresh extra
pullets, 60 Vi c.
Cheese New firsts. 82c; California Toung
Americas, not quoted.
Poultry Large hens. 38380; young
roosters, 35Ci3Bc; fryers. 37c; broilers.
4Sc; gees. 25c: pigeons, 82.50, squabs, 83.50
fc'4: turkeys, live, 35c
Vegetab'es Eggplant, 85cS$X15: bell
peppers. 75c$l; chili. 750 80c: tomatoes
81251.50; lettuce. 75cl; celery, 15
20c; potatoes, rlvera 8 1.75 2.35; sweets,
s-tf4c; onions. Australian brown, SVlOfcj
125; yellow. 1.7S(2 00: garlic. 15ltic:
cauliflower, 251490; beets. 75c 81.00; car
rots . 75c (t 81.00; turnips, 75c' $1.00; rhu
barb 80c$l; cabbage. lVtlV4c; arti
chokes. $:t.OO; cucumbers, 8"c -6 S1.25: string
beans. St! 80; lima beans. 7c: okra, 10JJ
i2o per pound; Summer squash.- 0c6l;
Hubbard, 7590c
Fruit Casabas, ltf 81.50 per dozen;
honeydew melons, 1.50wl.T5; -lemons.
$9.5010: grapefruit. $5.50tti: oranges. Va
lencia. JlSSOeHS1; bananas, 78e; plneap.
nles, $55.50;.a;ples. Bellefleur, 8 1.25 a 1. 511:
:pl'.zenbergs, $ 1.75 2.25 ; Newtown Pippins.
1.U54M-75-. Pears. Russets, $tfe1.2o; Bart
letts. S2.50S::: fiKS. white. 75crl: black
HOc r$1.15; grapts. Tokays. Malagas. 81.25
1.75; Muscats. l.ftO:2; Isabella, 811
persimmons, .i.ora i.oi; cranDerries,
Atchison Ufa 4s ti
D i H O rcf II IU!i
Y C deb OS.. IOO
No Paciflo 4s.. 9
No Pacific 3s.. .'
Pao T 4c T 5s.. 82,
do 1st con 4s..ls.lo
do d 4s 87. S4
do 1st coa 4V4aus.
do 2d con 4V.u7.i'
do 3d 4Vts . ..OT.'.xi
do 4th 4V.S ...98-00
Money, Exchange. Etc.
NEW TOKK, Nov. . Mercantile paper. 8
per cent.
Sterling, so-day Mils. 84.73; commercial
AO-day bills on banks. 84.72V,: commercial
OO-day bills, 84.72V,; demand. 84.T505; cables.
84.7o 8-lu. francs, dimind, 6.47: cables.
i.40. Oullders. demand. 41; cables. 42V,.
Lire, demand. 6.30; cables. 6.35. Mexican
dollars, 7c.
Tims loans, strong st 6 per cent.
Call money, firm; high. 5V, per cent; low.
K per cent: ruling rate, 5V, per cent: closing
bid, 6 per rent; offered at 5 V, per cent;
last loan. 6V per cent.
LONDON. Nov. 4. Money. 514 per cent.
Discount rates, short bills. 3 17-32 per cent;
three months' bills. 8 17-32 per cent.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO, Nov. 4. Hogs Receipts 45.
000. market fairly active; good hogs strong
to 10 cents higher; others steady. Butch
ers. 818.15 18.50; light. 17.254 18.10: pack
ing. 810.O51tl7.8u; turowouls. 815.50'a lti.50;
pia. pood to choice, 8 14.75 Ifl 15.50.
Cattle Receipts 37.000: native steers rood
and better steady; Westerns steady: other
butcher catle slow to unevenly lower; calves
Blow to 0 cents lower. Meet cattle, good.
choice and prime, 815.6518.75; common and
medium. 89.50a 1 J-o; butcher stock, cows
ana heifers. 80-.0srl4: canners and cutters.
.5.501 6.50 ; stcekers and feeders, good choice
and fancy. 810 12.75; inferior, common and
medium. 87.25F10; veal calvea. good and
choice, fl5.50?plo.23: Western range beef
steers. 8140-li.50; cows and heifers, $3.73
i:-"i.
Sheep Receipts 40.0OO; fat lambs mostly
50 cents lower than Friday. bheep 20 to
00 cents down; feeders slow.
Seattle Livestock Market.
6EATTLK. Nov. 4. Hogs Receipts 278.
Strong. Prime lights, 817.50017.75: medium
to choice. 81i.2otyli-.0; mediumheavy,
816 25 4116.75: roughs. $15.254HU.75
tattle Receipts 1j9. steady to strong.
Best steers, 811013; medium to choice.
Sio.oUdrii: meaium to good. -E9WS.50; me.
dium. 64-J7.-0: bulls, 87.00; cslvi
10.
Sheep Receipts 100O. Steady.
Coffee Contracts Liquidated.
NEW IORK, Nov. 4r. In accordance with
the orders of the Food Administration the
coffee exchange was re-opened at noon to
day but only for tho purpose of liquidating
old contracts at tne maximum prices ore.
vailing when business was suspended on
October 18 The spot market was nominally
unchanged on tne Dais on J0v,c for Ki
7s and 15 Vic lor bantos 4s
inn
12c: quinces. 800c 81.15. I sew j-ioeny nornu 1 raora IB.
Receipts Flour, pint quarters; barley. I NFW TORK. fsov. 4. The new Mhertv
2407 centals; beans, 5S20 sacks; potatoes, j 41 bonds wers dealt in on ths Stock exchange
4535 sacks; onions, I0a2 sacks; hay. 171 I today for the first time, opening with a sals
tons; hides, 652; wine, 134,5!1 gallonj. lot 83,800,000 at 88. This was followed by
CHICKS GET WHEAT AGAIN
FOOD ADMINISTRATION LIFTS
EMBARGO OX WHEAT. .
Grain Now Available for Poultry and
Stock Feeding; Farmers Will
Benefit but Little.
The Food Administration has removed
all restrictions on the use or sale of
wheat for poultry or stock feeding;. A
ban was put on the use of wheat for
such purposes soon after the food laws
became effective. In a bulletin issued
yesterday by 1L H. Houser, second vice
president of the Food Administration
Grain Corporation, the repeal of the
rule is announced.
The larsrer supply of wheat in this
country and the good crop prospects
for next year are held to be responsi
ble for the easing up of the regulations.
which apply to all parts of the United
States.
Farmers and stockmen, however, are
rot expected to fret much advantage
from the new ruling, aa with the Gov
ernment's fixed wheat price this cereal
will cost much more than corn, oats,
barley or other grains for stock feed
ing. The farmer will find it more prof
itable to sell his wheat to the mills or
the Government, and buy coarse
grains for his stock.
Phone your want ads to Ths Orego
ntan. Main 7070, A 6094.
DAILY
A
RAY -To
CITY STATISTICS
City of Astoria
6
Improvement Bonds
General Obligation ct the entir. City, which fact is so stated on
the face of the Bond.
Entirely tax exempt.
Population 18,000. Net debt less than one-tenth of the assessed
valuation.
Acceptable as security for Postal Savin Deposits by the Treas
ury Department.
Maturities, one to twenty years.
Detailed information upon request.
Liberty Bonds
re msait BFTI.L. year Liberty Reads. HELL VS. It yea e-aa rT
naero Liberty Beads. BCT fraas I . We bay aad sell Liberty Iloads
at the Market.
The eloslnc arleee of IJRERTT FOTPS on the New Tork Floe T.x
change for the week ending Monday. November 4th. were aa follows:
1st 4s 4s lfti'ii !4 4i 4
S7.40 ev.n ,714 j714 ,7 ,
1.49
7.3
7.40
S 10
1.10
Fourth. Liberty Loan 44s started today at St.
MORRI8 BROTUKKS, Ixc.
TMB PREMIER MUNICIPAL ftOHD HOVII OP ORSQON
309-3TI Siait, Brrvni 5n tit 6m (Gimii Flssi)
Trlrpheae Bdvry. 31S1 latabllahed Over 3 Tears
Tuesday. . 9.9S
Wednesday. . .......... 99.9S
Thursday. .......... 9 94
Friday. . ............. 99.
Saturday. . , 99.93
Monday. . 99.SS
4s
TH
7.1
97. IS
97. SI
97 90
7.t
97.40
97.5J
97. 4
MM
.!
97 14
97 1
97 :s
97. 9
ST. 40
0
97 14
97. 54
97 94
97.9
r Advance offering New issue 1 to 1 0-year serial
To yield
Income Tax Exempt
$4-0,000
iinicipai ooiias
Denomination $500 ,
Issued by a prosperous commercial elrv of U.Onn ropn.
lation, tho center of a vast acrlcultural trade territory.
, Call or phone Broadway S51 for details.
LUMBERMENS TRUST COMPANY
Capital and Surplus 1600.000
M
LUMBERMENS
BUILDINO
PIPTH AND
STARK
Government and Municipal
Bought and Sold
. Devereaux RGmpany
87 Sixth Street
Portland, Oregon
Telephone Bdwy 1042
Births. .
Mr. and Mn tt.-mIA t a - w
8fl Kesent Irlve. October l'. a daurhter!
IOX To Mr. and Mrs. Albert r Cn. ll-.s
Oalmsn s:reet. October 3U. a daurhter.
I1K1CHI.K To J!r. an. I Mre. Herman
Relchle. 1U.13 Kast Thlrty-elch'.B street. Oe-
wor aansuter.
COOK To lr. and Mra John 1 Cnok.
Ke'eo. Wlih, October 27. a son.
HK.NN TO Mr uid lira W mvne T Tl.n n
S29 tiacramento atreet. Octohrr -'i. a daush-ter.
W1I.FP To Mr. and Mrs Oeltrlr-h TA'olff
Jr.. "45 l'sst Broadway. October 27. a son.
PAV13 To Mr. an1 Mrs. Bert Osvla. 743
Nehslem avenu, October 0. a duf hter.
TUtHTMi ro Mr. and Mrs Krank Toe-
rlnc 17U2 McKenna avenue. October 25. a
son.
WRIGHT Te Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wright.
Trenton street. October Hrt. a son.
11ATKS To Dr. and Mra. James C. Haves.
S5!4 -Jast Fifty-ninth atreet. October 30, a
son.
ZOOK To Mr. snd Mrs. .To p h I"). 7nek.
4219 Twenty-seventh avenue, October 28. a
daughter.
tlAI.I To Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Call. S14
Nehslrm avenue. October 27. a daughter.
KINK To Mr. and Mra Conrad Kink. 7 Co
East Twelfth street. October 24. a son.
USD To Mr. and Mrs. Krlclc 1.1ml. 2S
Pettycrove street. October 29. a daughter.
AXUSRSnX-rTo Mr. and Xrs. K.-ederlrlc
Annerson. 63(19 Ninety-second. October 23.
a daushter.
rOl"tilAS To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest nous-
las. 2!1 riooaer street, twtooer 2i. a eon.
KPDT To Mr. and Mrs. relmar J-MJy.
R.15 Kast Klfty-fonrlh street. October 24. a
lilNEHART To Mr. and Mra. James II.
Ftlnehart. Jr.. October 29. a son.
OKI.UIFN To Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J.
Orllmen. 004 Kverelt Street, October 29, a
son.
TARTARTM To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Tartarlm. 48L Cordova street. October 20.
son.
KOHERTPOV To Mr. and Mrs. W. LeRoy
Robertson. 619 Shsrrett street, October IS, a
dauKhter.
VAZZOLINO To Mr. and Mrs. tomenlco
Taizollno, 81 First street. October 29. a
son.
FALOTTCO To Mr. ' and Mrs. Rocco Fl
lotleo. 713 Klrst street, October 24, a son.
AGAR to ilr. snd Mrs. Cieorse M. 4a
rar. Kerry, Or., October 1:. a son.
DRnvR To Mr. and Mrs. Leo C Tlrone.
St. Helens, Or.. October 20. a daaphter.
OLSON To Mr. and Mra Ostar Olnon.
441 llast Ninth Htreet, October 29. a eon.
IVALIlRON To Mr. snd Mrs, John Wsld
ren. Oak '.rove. Or., October 21. a rtstirhter.
BROWN To Mr and Mrs. Jay S. brown,
eU 1'uul. OrM October 27. a son.
Morriace Licenses.
POLIT1S-11 1UD1.KSWA KT Harry Polttls.
2vt. Seattle, anl Violet Miudleswart. 17, S24
Ka.-t First Ktrert.
WKISMILLKK-BRAXDT W'aldo K. Wels
mlller. 3'i. Broadway Hotel. and Susie
B.-nnt. ''. earne addren.
I.tDOETT-KKI.LV Aifred B. Idcett. le
pel, K.st S'venly-Hixth street South
east, and Viola M, Kelly, lesal, 526 Kast
Fourteenth street.
CAIlTWRIf'.HT-TATLOR Charles Cart
wright. 23, Vancouver. Wash., and Frances
K '1 sylor, legal. T78 Roosevelt street.
iSMWORTH-DOXLEV Roy W. Ash-
worth. 21. 1194 Eait Grant street, and Har
riet II. Donley. -1. 192 ast TUlrtsealh
street.
UK KNARD-ROS" -Edward J. Bernard, le.
ral. SJ Market street, and Minnie K. Kosa
lecnl. Fourth snd Collese streets.
IKiN'UOB-ROblXSOX John w. Monroe.
2.. Vsncouver Barracks, and Lillian K. Rob
inson. 17. 73 Stvi.r street.
I'VII-KTIC-DRAHCIO Frank Pollstle. SI.
2T3 North Twelfth street. and Antsnla
Drartr. 31. ssme andrssa.
KHRF.CHT-DAMON ieorfe V. Ihrecht.
7. North Rend, Or. and Daisy Damon. 23.
Carltoa Hotel. -
Americana Clean op Villa j-e.
NORTHETtN RTJSSIA. In this Tlllag-e
on the Dwlna of the Nortn one part of
the American eontlnrent has estab
lished itself In barracks once occupied
by Bolshevik soldiers and has istddly
brought cleanliness to wooden nouses
which they found almost ankle deep
In dirt. Now the place Is quite
habitable.
Thre are nlentw of stoves and when
a rood supply of wood is broucht here
from the arest piles of It stationed
alone th river banks the men will be
snug- for th Winter.
The Kaiser's left arm Is deformed
and has been since birth. It Is shriv
eled and shorter than the other.
PACTS O. 403 M-C-vx-C'
;-v--4vC?
FRACTICALLY ADMITTED
It Is now practically admitted
that road construction and
maintenance are once more
of paramount Importance and
that It Is a public necessity
that roads shall be mad fit to
bear tho traffic which passes
over them, traffic that In
creases every day In volume
and In mileage which each
vehicle sccomplishes. To
maintain and obtain maximum
results In this form of devel
opment It is necessary that
roads be paved with
BITULITHIC
WARREN. BROTHERS COMPANY
Joaraal Bide Pertlaad. Or.
CASH PAID FOR
LIBERTY BONDS
We Buy and Sell at the Market.
Quotations furnished on application,
We Loan 90 of Their Face Value.
Elwood Wiles Co.
Stocks and Bonds.
United States National Bank Bids
K
HALL & COMPANY
BUT AND SELL.
Railroad
Public Utility
Industrial
Municipal
BONDS
YIELDINQ
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