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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Eeports
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NEW YOltK. June 25. (A. P.I
Huiriew m tb stock exrhanRe yester
'nv wan comparatively dull and nar
rnw. DphIIiiks fur (he most inrt lo It
id the reactionary elements which con
tributed to the rerent depreciation of
Speculative favorites, especially
thn embracing- the oil, steel, motor
mil chemical fouif, were fairly
Ueady and occasionally strong. Hea-
iline of nearly fi poims.
Kor the first lim In several weeks
siu h leaders as Mexican Petroleum
and I'nited Ptr.tes Steel showed consis
tent strength. Mexican increased Its
early (fain to a net of S points and
Slcol closed 1 'a IHiints above yester
day's low record.
Corn products strengthened on de
claration of the regular dividend.
Pear. Poebuck rallied on news that
the company was buying in its out
standing notes and Coco Cola recover-
vlness, which sometimes bordered on i ed 3 points on settlement of threatened
weakness, was malnifested. however,
by some obscured preferred issues.
Conspicuous examples of this class in
cluded American Writing Taper, In
dustrial Alcohol, Rildwin locomotive.
Central lather,l"nited Pruff, Colum
bia Oraphophone and Mercantile Ma
rine, the last making- an rxtreme de-
Fviles were !S2;i,nort shares.
Plenty of money was available on
call at 6 per cent extending into next
week and some 50 and 60-day loans
expiring at the end of the month vc
in process of renewal at prevailing
Dealing in exohange were light and
Liberty S'js were strong, but others
of that division recorded mixed chang
es. Further strength was shown bv
convertible rails and City of Paris 6s
featured the firmer. trend mainfested
by international issues. Total sal
par value, $1 1.1 73.000,
riio American National Rnivk can serve your needs
efficiently beimnse it knows the problem of Ki---prn
Orrgiin.. Tliirt.v-Tvo Vcirs of close appUtttKui
mt study of the conditions of this soilion as well as
tlie reqtiirementH of Its people. Iww laeel this hank
in a ixisitloii where it irljes bank-ng wrvHiN he-t
Milled to jour needs.
Your account is invitol.
The American National Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
Hnsl Reports Hring
Strength To Wheat
CHICAGO, June 25. (A. IM
Plack rust in its damaging stage was
reported yesterday from three counties
in South Dakota, and the wheat mar
ket ranged higher, most of the time.
as a result. The close, however, was
unsettled at exactly the same as yes
terday's finish July $1.30 4 W 1.3 1
and Septemebr $1.23 ( 1.24. Corn
lost five-eights to a quarter of a cent
and oats a shade to a three-quarter of
a cent. In provisions the outcome was
cm hanged to 15c higher.
With the South Dakota hnrvest tit ill
three weeks off, the chances for Injury
on a large scale to the wheat crop in
the northwest were regarded with
apprehension by many traders, es
pecially as current reports indicated
that the pest was not confined to South
Dakota. Continued hot, dry weather
also was said to be curtailing crop
prospects in the northwest, while fur
ther rain in the southwest implied ad
ditional delay to supplies from that
section. On the advances, however,
persistent commission-house selling
developed and the market underwent
Liberal arrivals, together with a lack
cf sustained buying, had a depressing
effect on corn and sympathetically on
Provisions averaged higher with
I'LLJ TO HVC A MATCH f'.
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Any man who comes here for a tailor-made
Suit or Overcoat will simply marvel at the won
derful selection we have. Here are many yards
of the hest that can be produced.
But we suggest that clothes ordered nowvill
get excellent attention. You'll like the service
because we have plenty of time at this season
of the year.
'Iff W!,tHitt'Wt'ttitWttti(MttWtHli'M !l!illl'itl''lll'n!i''lliillfl
our Picnic Lunch
Make it complete by taking along our special pic
nic packer. For jour convenience we are carrying
assorted flavors of Delicious Golden Wet Ice Cream
in two quart and one gallon cans which we will pack
to last all day.
Call up any of the following fountains and give
them the size of the picnic packer you want. We'll
do the rest.
F. E. WELCH
. GRIGGS & TRYON
The Wholesome Butter
weather irregularities, much needed
rains in some sections, particularly
the south, continued drouth and heat
in others, notably the Atlantic coast
states, import irregularly the south,
continued drouth and heat in others,
notably the Atlantic coast states, im
port irregularity to the crop reports,
though not materially changing the
good outlook previously noted In most
important surplus grain-producing
Reflection of this later is had in t hi.
not-vitally important declines shown
in wheat prices, despite rust report
from the northwest and advice oi
premature ripening of winter wheat.
Ueports from different sections still
lack uniformity, although the general
statement may be made that things
commercial are on the quiet side.
Weekly bank clearings were $ r, 3 9 , -885,aon.
Wool Holds n Own
On Irregular Market
BOSTON', June 2... tA. P.) The
Commercial Bulletin -says:
Business has been irregular in the
eastern wool markets again this week,
but on the whole there seems to havi
been slightly more animation than a
week ago. Prices are fairly firm.
Buying in the west proceeds on
about the same level of values, consid
erable wool moving forward on con
The foreign market show somewhat
less strength. Primary markets are
The goods markets have been rather
inactive this week, but the mills are
generally well occupied and some man
ufacturers are putting on night shift.
Scoured basis; Oregon, eastern So.
1 staple, 78fi'8fle; eastern clothing.
60i 63c; valley So. 1, 65ft TOc.
Territory, fine staple choice, gftft
85c; 1-2 blood combing, 72c; 3-
blood combing, 4$f"i2c: 1-4 blood
combing, 38ft 52c; fine and medium
clothing, 601 63.
Pulled: Delean, 85 90c; AA, 75 W
Sic; A supers, 60fi 70c.
Mohair, best combing, 27i30; best
carding, 22 ft 25c.
NEW YOI1K, June 25. Bradstreet'
High temperatures and the advance
of the season have made for some in
crease in distribution of light seasonal
goods at retail and favored a fairly
activp reorder hnsinpss from iohhers
Collections are slightly slower and I MOtner 01 JYlemoer 01 UreW 01
'Mystery' Vessel Gets Mes
sage in Son's Handwriting.
WASHINGTON, June 25. (C. P.) j
A colored postcard from paris to a
mother of a member of the crew of
the "mystery" vesyel which disappear
ed near Cape Hatteras forms the first
clew the department of Justice has
been able to pick up to establish a def
inite basis for search of the 20 vessels
which are known to. have disappeared
within the last year. The mother
says the handwriting is that of her son.
Investigators refused to divulge the
name of the man supposed to have
written the card and asked that the
name of the vessel be withheld. The
card may have been mailed by some
one, other than the missing sailor,
signing his name. The Paris police
will be asked to cooperate in the
1 Four Piece Ivory Bed
1 Room Set
One of the several sets we are showing. This set!
p consists of bed, dresser, dressing table and chiffon-1
ier. This is truly a wonderful buy. The same set !
If sold for $197.00 some time ago. j
UUK I'KILIS TU1JAY $1Z:.UV
Close out price for cash only.
Sheep Take Drop
And Hogs Higher '
OMAHA, Neb., June 25. Hogs Fte
cepils, 10,500 head; market, 10c to 25c
higher; heavy grades up most; close,
easier; bulk 180 to 240 pound butch
ers, 1.50; top, JH.60; bulk butchers,
250 pounds and over, $818.30; pack
ing sows, 7.0f 8.
Cattle Iteccipts, 2000 head; mar
ket, slow; be f steers, butcher stock
and early' sales of yearlings, steady;
others, )0c to 15c lower; all other
classes, steady to weak; top steers,
Sheep Receipt)), 6000 head; lambs,
50c to $1 lower; top westerns, ill 0.50;
sheep, weak; ewes, top $4.
BY JUNIUS !
there would have been nn awful scrap
over the moving picture rights.
"Heal orators are becoming scarce,"
says an exchange. There haven't been
so many, for a fact, since the country
went dry. ,
One of the unluckiest fellows we
know Is the man who drove past the
Nat yesterday afternoon to see the
sights and got dust in his eyes just as
a bunch of girls (all sun bathers) ap
peared at the water's edge.
Still, when you come to think of it.
a hearse isn't so inappropriate for
transporting bootleg liipior.
Push and (;
"Here, boy," said the wealthy mo
torist, "I want some gasoline and get
it move on. You win never get any
where in the world unless you have
push. When I was young I pushed
and that is what got me where I -am."
"Well, gov'ner," said the boy I reck-
n you'll have to push again 'cause we
ain't got a drop of gasoline in the
We understand the Eastern Oregon
Auto Club is responsible for placing a
"Detour" sign near that one on tho
highway which says "Prepare to Meet
Synonnmous with the news that the
Parisian beauties pre now wea'ing
their ankles In Eve's style comes the
announcement that Byron Gumm will
soon return to France to review the
scenes of his activities while he was
there in the service.
Rooms 7-8-9 Despain Bldg.
If You Use
You Have No Tire Trouble
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
"Have you a little fairy In your
"No, but T have a little miss In my
Ho was well, very, very careful.
Each week he went over his 'Wlfe'.i
cash account, growling and grumbl
ing. Once h? delivered himself of the
"Ijo"V; hero, Sarah, 'mustard plast
ers 50c, two teeth extracted $2. no'
There's $2.50 in one week spent on
your private pleasure."
Here lies the body of Jimmy Lake,
Tread softly all who pass;
He thought his foot was on the brake,
But it was on the gas.
If Adam and Eve had lived today I
1 Km Buick Covtrtd- HI I
1 91 7 -So.lthi St, l
TH, Bu ck Cavtrtd-
into- t.ll't Utlm
Ttul ti.eii MiUt
Where the Railway Left Off
THE OLD HOME TOWN
Cruikshimk & Hampton m
124-28 E. Webb
Phone 548 m
J Your UI I'urtiiMire Taken In Fxeliaiwe a Part Payment on New
i lAitunbr Agent in IVudleion for Ai-mlux (No Whip) lurrh
' "TP 'WI VJlJ Jgpfii'use i)1'!!
The Uintah Railway terminates
at Watson, Utah. Between
Watson and Vernal stretches 60
miles of arid desert.
And yet the public suffers no in
convenience in traveling between
these two towns, because the
Uintah Railway maintains an
unfailing passenger service with
two Buick t ars.
"The 61) mile road between
Watson and Vernal it entirely
un paved, across an arid desert,
with no habitation save three
freight huts," writes Vice-President
Robinson of the railway.
"In summer the temperature
ranges as high as 110'; in winter
as low as zero, with the road
often covered with 12 inches of
snow. The two Buicki have
never been off this route are
operating there today."
Present lines if new Buici lix-cyliruler mtdels will be carried
thru the 1922 leaun. Beginning June ltt the new series and
prices will be at ftllmus,. t. b. Fac fries. Hint, Michigan.
Model 22-44 Three Passenger Roadster ...... $1495
Model 22-45 Five Passenger Touring ....... 1525
Model 22-46 Three Passenger Coupe 2135
Model 22-47 Five Passenger Sedan 2435
Model 22-48 Four Passenger Coupe - 2325
Model 22-49 Seven Passenger Touring ...... 1735
Model 22-50 Seven Passenger Sedan 263f
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Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
1 "!"-- 119, 121 W.
VVHLN MTim AUTOMOBILES AIE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM