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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TttUE
DAILY MARKET (NEWS, LOCAL AND pENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
NOW. CtSTety X'M MOT
KELLOG CORN FLAKES
i 15c each .
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JPNE 10, 1021
I 1 '
HoilS tWI'llW. 1'HlllP j
Ami SIktii Monty !
(Krom the urrsnii Journal.)
Hub were lower for tt. cattlo
w.fu Hlinily mid there a apparently
Mciirty torn? In the sheep lli y wltH
H run there. 1
Knormoiis siippllen of sheep htivs,
I pimi iiinrfci'ti'd at North Portland re
cently Mini Ht this time the market and
price retains a steady tunc with not
hiiK shown for Thursday morning.
H beuia to look, however, as Jlf tli j
inarl-et wan getting about all It could j
dike cure of and any long continued j
lilU run would likely cause dcmorallxa-
tlcneral sheep and lambs ranee.:
Trlme lambs t 7-'0H 7,:5
Katr to Rood Jamba . 7.00
4'ull innihs 5W
Feeder Jamba 3.00 4.50
l.iKht vcarlliiRs 4.00 4.50
Heavy yearlings "
Light wethers 4. SOW 5.00
Heavy wethers S.50S 4.60
Ewes l.00J 4.15
Market for cattle ruled steady at
North Portland for the Thursday
morning tnide. Receipts were limited
and there was practically no change
Frank V. Utirke, a prominent locnl
livestock man. Just returned from the
Kiist, says that Portland is today th
lci cattlu market In I ho United Stales
and quality considered, was paying tho
Uenerul cattls market ranre:
Now Is Ih Time to ; Kid of Tliesr
There's uo longer the slightest need
.f feeling ashamed of your freckles,
a Othlne double strength is guar
anteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of Othine
double strength from ,any druggist
and apply a little of It night and
morning and you should soon see that
even Hie worst freckles haye begun to
disappear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. It is seldom that
more than an ounce is needed to com
pletely clear the skin and gain a beau
, tiful clear complexion.
Re sure to ask for the double
strength Othine. as this is sold under
guarantee of money back if it fails to
remove freckles. '
Choice steers 8.00S 8.15
Medium to good stcos ..7.R04S 8 00
Pair to medium Steers .. i.iitf 7.00
Common , to fair steers . . E.O0P 6.2 j
Choice cows, heifers .50tf 7.00
Medium to good cows and
heifers 6.50 j e.:5
Pair to medium cows and
Common cows, heifers . J 3.50 ft
Pair to good feeders .
Bulls 2.50 if
Choice dairy calves ..... 9.008110.00
Prime light calves S.OOttf .50
Med. light dairy calves . . .00i 9.00
Heavy calves 3.00 0 6.00
Killers here appeared more deter
mined to wreck the hoe industry of the
Pacific Northwest, for a further cut In
price was mado during the Thursday
morning trail a at North Portland
There was a lowering of lop prices by
at least a Quarter with few extreme
tales beyond this at $9.25.
' General. hog market ranee:
Prime light 8.75ft 9.00
Prime-light - 9.00 S.25
Smooth hetvy, 250 to 300
pounds ' . ... T.25 8.25
Smooth heavy, .- 3C0 -and -
up .25J? 7.25
Rough heavy 5.004? 7.00
Fat pigs ..- 9.004$ 9.25
Feeder pigs - 8.50 9.25
Stags 3.00 7.00
commerce commission within the next
10 days asking for restoration of fruit
rates in force before the S3 per. cent
rise of August, according to W.
J. I'rquhtirt, secretary of the Vuklma
Traffic and Credit association. We
hntehe and Spokano districts support
this move, he stated. A telegram from
H. A. Adnms, vice-president of the
Union Pacific, to P. M. West, uscnt of
that line, here states that the new
rate of 11.50 per hundred to eastern
territory includes storage In transit
privileges. This will mean a reduction
of $62 per car from the present apple
To Ask Restoration
Of Former Fruit Rates
YAKIMA. Wash., June 10. (A. P.l
Growers and shippers of fruit in
Washington and Oregon, through their
state public service commissions, will
file joint protest with the interstate
His Haa of Tomorrow
I- il Roy t Unlay. Ir you cxpcxt lo have .711 men
In this Hty: tln-n do not iicgiect tile boys now diirin
this Ki..t rt hoot varalioii. It 1m no (Jic fi-w dollars
m pay a hoy for Ills Hork. hut Ih Mnunity you
(r.e h.:n nliK'h will liavc a U-m-fidal clTcct on liim
during 1I10 rctimiiidcr f Ids life.
Hoys wIk have a Join, usually save and liave nu ac
count bi tills strong hank.
The American National Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
Wheat lrlv llulgtx
Rut Is Lost At Close
Chicago, June 10. A. P.) Con
tinued buying shot wheat prices up
ward 8o yesterday but the effect
was largely transient. Pcnntnd was
duo for the most part to reports of a
possible big railroad strike July 1
and to the government crop report
that the winter wheat yield would be
curtailed 51.000.000 bushels. The
market closed un-settled l-4c to 3c net.
higher with July Jl.34i to 1.35 and
September 1.1" K ti1.17 'i. Corn lost
5-S4i ic to lc and oats l-2c to &
P.ulllsh aspects of the government
report brought about a decided up
turn when tho wheat market opened.
Rushes to buy were held In check by
new breaks In foreign exchange and
because of weakness in the stock mar
ket. Then gossip circulated that rail
way employes were discussing a gener
al tieup and that the consequence
might be great difficulty In the deliv
ery of wheat on contracts, especially
during July 1. Shorts took ularni, and
did not stop bidding until the market
for July had gone to 31.40, a level
within one cent of the topmost price
this season. Subsequent downturns
were apparently due to profit-taking
by holders and to advices from Spring
field that proposed anti-pit legislation
was again a factor.
Railroad strike "predictions were
bearish as to corn, although bullish as
! to wheat, the reason being that termin
al stocks of corn are heavy, whereas
the wheat supply is light. Oats were
depressed hy the government report. .
Provisions averaged lower in line
THE CHERUB OF
is always present whenever one of
our Sanitary Bathtubs is Installed. No
bathrooms can be anything but spot
less and inviting where our tub, toilet,
wash-basin and other sanitary fix
tures are In daily use. Hot water al
ways abnilable and plenty of It for all
needs. See these fino fixtures here,
BENSON & WICKLAND
807 Cot Urn wood I'lioiie 48S
lny On Stock Murket
NEW YORK. Juno 10. (A. P.)
Liquidation and professional pressure
hit stock quotations yesterday. Lead
ers dropped one to three points and
many speculative Issues forfeited twc.
to seven points.
In many Instances notably steels,
equipments, fertilizers and chemicals,
minimum prices were the year's low
est. United States Steel.tat 76 , came
within a small fraction of its low level
in almost 'two years. Sales 800,000
The reversal progressed to the
heavy close. Primary factors Includ
ed increased demoralisation In foreign
exchange and Mexico's proposed heavy
export tax on oils.
Continued contraction of operations
In the steel and motor Industries, ad
ditional price-cutting and more divi
dend omissions provided tho aggres
sive shorts with fresh ammunition.
Money on call was easy opening at
6 14 per cent, the minimum Initial rate
of the last fortnight, and easing to
per cent In the las.t hour. In the oprii
market, free offerings were made at
us low as 5 per cent. Time funds were
closely held except for prime collat
eral. Exchange on London 1roke to 13.69
or 6 cents below yesterday's final
quotations and slightly more than 30
cents below tho high of three weeks
ago. Continental remittances suffered
extreme losses of six to 35 points but
rallied shurply with sterling- before
Interest In the bond market center,
ed mainly In the state of JCew York
gold bond offering, for which many
largo bids were reported from bank
ing syndicates. Mexican issues eased
us a result of the break In oils and
European flotations were irregular.
Most domestic bonds reflected slight
ly the heaviness of stocks. Total sales,
par value $16,450,000.
Xo Revival In
WASHINGTON. June 10 (A. P.)
World economic conditions during
May pointed to no immediate general
business revival, according to the
monthly summaries from its foreign
representatives Issued last night by the
bureau of foreign and domestic com
Considerable Improvement finan
cially was noted In Europe, but trade
and shipping were, dull with marked
industrial deficiencies apparent In
some countries. In the Far East im
provement was reported slight and In
South America the situation was de
clared practically unchanged with a
less confident tone to future prospects.
Money Is easier In Oreat Britain.
The coal strike has caused a general
stagnation of trade and industry, the
London report declared.
The industrial situation probably
has never been worse, tho report con
tinued, with over 2,000,000 persons
France appears satisfied with the
success of the $100,000,000 loan float
ed in the United States and feels It
will permit payment of debts pre
viously contracted in this country. Ev
idences of a revival in Ilelg'an indus
tries affected by tho British coal striks
were reported from Brussels.
A decreased foreign trade and an
acute Industrial crisis resulting from
decreased prices were outstanding de
velopments In Italy.
The financial situation appears lo
be improving in Germany, Berlin re
ported, but the Industrial situation 1
being humpcred by the Slleslnn trou
ble and consequent coal shortage.
Marked activities In establishing agen
cies in Austria, by British, East In
dian and Japanese interests was noted
Revival of industrial activity In Chi
na was offset by dopressed commodity
markets and a small silk crop, Pekln
reported, while economic conditions in
Japan show only slight improvement.
though the financial situution was bet
Except for Improvement In the gov
ernment finance, economic condition
In Mexico were reported practically
Wool iH inaiid Remains
Good on Loudon Sale
LONDON, Juno 10. (A. P.) There
was a large attendance at the won!
auction sales today. Tho offerings
amounted to 1 1,755 bales; the demand
was strong and prices were firm, Am
ericana bought a' few merinos and
cross breds whllo homo traders paid
3a 4d for scoured.
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GOOD OLD SUMMER
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1'irar Old Furniture Taken In Exduuice as Part Payment on Nest
Exclusive Aleuts In Fctulblon for Aeroiui (o Whip) Porch
Teacher said to name
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three dishes of
Do You Know
That wc sell groceries as cheap as any store in
town, quality considered, and everything that wc
send out is guaranteed? So if it isn't right, send it
We assure you at all times of the very best the
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Order early and get the best.
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HONKSTY 1IFST I"OLKY
WILLAMINA, Or., June 10. (IT.
P.) T. II. Ulggs has discovered that
honesty is the best policy. For a pro
fessional bootlegger, hp believes It Is
the only policy.
Supplies from the office of thn
Bverett Lumber company here had
l.een disappearing with embarrassing
regularity. Officials of the of the com
pany were at a loss to account for the
thefts. The sheriff and an internal
revenue officer Investigated and found
a bottle of moonshlno in a shopment
of stolen goods.
The officers raided Biggs' home and
found a still. Biggs was arrested.
Tim S.imiiMMrli'al Ussle
The Simpson & Sturgls Service sta
tion on Court street shows a sign today
offering to an Interested public a
"Ford Kmuibout; Good Shape." We
suggest that this bo changed to "Ford
ltunaliout; Good Flgger."
No, Gwenivere, when Fred llennlon
speaks of a "sack Jig" he doesn't mean
one of those new dances. What Fred
means is u good old fashioned farm
hard who eats meat and potatoes for
breakfast, chews tobacco and pluys a
mouth organ after supper.
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If Methuselah had begun saving
'irarctto coupons at the o; of 14
ye-irs. ho t:i ght have had fx silver
miunted premium fishing rods .it mid
Think of It !
Nature Is Indeed wonderful. Listen
to what a Chicago lawyer says In a
! "That Mild Mary Ann Wolcott died
an Infant, t or 3 years old, unmarried,
intestate, and that she left no husband,
child or children."
A Spirited Affair
1 tV (tltilr Ihn lotf lt whluki'V wlllc.ll
! mat Glooon laoy nimiieicu wim a
j well directed blows might well be call
ed a family Jar.
Tho weather Is cooler, according to
Major Moorhouso.' Well, we know
Summer Isn't really here yet because
the k'iIs haven't put on their fur.
Chow Chow y 50c Quart
t . .
Quaker Rolled Oats 30c package
Barrel Ginger Snaps 35c
Tru Blu Cookies -.15c Package
Alaska Shrimp 25c can
Standard Corn '. for $1.00
Large Pineapple ' 3 for $1.00
Standard Grocery Go.
230 E. Court St rhone 96
a L. Bonijey, Pres.
4 Everything in the Meat Line for
Including the choicest, such as
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