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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1921.
OUTBURSTS -OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET INEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
"if&L ') I imtm a CHUfcCM A&OUT TN4
Jli mill Slui'p
M.nt, 4 in i lr- Mow
I From The Oregon Journal.)
Hok ii ml ah.-r-p were steady and rat
11. slow til North 1'orllnnd during tho
VVeilneday nu'iniriK st-sslon. Hinht
uih formed lh" total run and no
)! Ir chiiKH were inn do.
Kr the. first time In an extended
period 1ipi In 1lw hntf alleys :il I'hica-
Ko are quoted higher than Surlh
Portland, while on the lusis of what
Killers iiy for hoiis In the midwest,
this market appears as rank discrim
ination against the looal hoR producers
and the result Is that with the lowest
1 1 1 iees in the Northwest Portland is re
ceivlnR fed boss in its alleys.
(".eneral hog marvet ranee:
Prime light J S.Tr.iif 9.0C
THE OLD HOMETOWN
U'T - j T-M, v , fVt.l I
'you SAY s
YOU CANT ,fll
tell vAncni rji
WAY HE5 IfM
THE HOT SUN ANO THREE holes
1M MIS OLD HAT PLAYED A FUNNY
TRICK ON DODE BURKrARpS BALD HEA.D-
Smooth he&vy, 250 to 300
r.oiiKh heavy, 300 lbs., up
Cattle market arrivals at North
Portland Wednesday were of limited
volume and still more limited quality
Arrivals were neither stockers nor
killers, being mostly of the half-fat
classification. Demand was slow and
prices were mvninally steady.
General cattle market ratine:
' Choice steers S 6.25 7.00
! Medium to good steers . . 6.50 W 6.25
Fair to medium steers .. 4.75 W 5.50
, Common to fair steers . . 3.00 Sf 4.75
Choice cows, heifers ... . 5.005? 5.50
.Medium to good oows and
heifers 4.25 5.0
Fair to medium cows and -
heifers 3.25 J! 4.25
Common cows, heifers . . 2.25(Si 3.25
Canners ... .' 1.25(S 2.25
Hulls 3.75 (if 3.50
Choice feeders 4.50 6. 00
. Fair to good feeders ... . 3.60i(i 4.50
Choice dairy calves 8.00 fi 8.50
Prime light dairy, calves 7.50 8.00
Med. light dairy calves. . 4.50fi) 7.50
Heavy calves 3.00 4.50
Our Safe Deposit Vault, constructed of henry armor
lilate. anil massive su-el doors, provides unexcelled
proteitliHi for your TohiaMes. !
Individual Ikimw of tlie size to meet Jour exact needs,
may lie rented by tlie year at a small cost. For bulky
jai'Un',i-s, xpeeial storage space 1 provided.
(Oiataiinna Dale. July 10th to 16th Inc.)
The AmericanNalional Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon
Sheep continue to show a steady
tone at North Portland with no further
change in prices. Receipts for Wed
nesday included 1021 head and buying
was of substantial character.
General sheep and Iamb range:
East of mountain lambs S 6.50 O 7.00
Pest valley lambs 6.00(18
Fair to good lambs 6.00 (S)
Cull lambs 4.00CT
Light yearlings 4.50 W
Heavy yearlings 4.00
Light wethers 4.00 0
Heavy wethers 3.00 W
More Home to the House
Procress of Farm
Work Is Satisfactory
Seasonable temperatures prevailed
generally during the week, says the
weekly crop summary of the Oregon
weather bureau. There was consld
erale cloudiness, especially in the
northwestern counties, and local show
ers occurred in northern and eastern
counties. Water for irrigation is plen
tiful. The Columbia river is falling
steadily, but some low land is still
Winter wheat is filling well, and in
the warmer sections is ripening.
Spring wheat varies somewhat, the
earlier seeding being generally good
end the later seedings fair. In the
warmer districts early spring wheat is
in the milk. Winter oats are ripening
in southern counties. Harvest of bar
ley has been begun. Corn is doin;
Apples are growing well, but there is
complaint of heavy drop In prices.
Strawberries and cherries are plentiful,
and raspberries and loganberries are
being marketed in increasing quanti
The second cutting of alfalfa is in
general progress in touthern counties,
where good haying weather prevailed.
Cutting of the first crop is progressing
in Northern and eastern counties and
will soon begin in the elevated centra!
counties. Cutting of clover and vetch
continues in northwestern counties,
where some has been damaged by rain.
Pasture and lower ranges are drying
i p in many places, but feed is still
Sheep, goats, cattle and horses con
tinue in good condition. Large num
bers are being taken to the high sum
Hops continue to do well. New po
tatoes are pltntiful. Late potatoes are
growing well. Gardens are generally
in good condition.
THE PORCH SHADE OF GREATEST SERVICE, g
ECONOMY AINU LUMtUKi
Qualltv 1'orch Shades are an Investment in comfort not a luxury
This year, of all times be canful of the porch equipment you buy.
Vou want shades which will not only look well while new but which
will stand up under the strain of this year s use, next year's and the
years to come, tsurh are the AKKULl.'X Shades and we heartily recom-
mend them. ..,.,, Hi
Hcsidi'S durability there is ior genuine satisfaction in A r. ROLL a
lhati any other poich shade we fenow of. E
With the "Hang Kany'' attarhrntnt anyone can install them In less g
tliun five minutes- time.
Splints uniform In width and uniformity woven form a Scientifically
correct labrlc whii h gives absolutely uniform ventilation from top to S
bottom and umple protection against the weather .there are no loosely
woven wet bum nor uneven spaces where sun and rain might enter. gsj
Adjustable "No Whips." found only on Aerolux, hold the shades se-
curcly in place and preterit them from whipping and Happing In the
Solid Copper Cord Glides, instead of sticking pulleys or ruling jg
steel glides gtv a permanently smooth, clean surface for the raising
CO., reducing 'wear and friction to the minimum.
They are smoothly finiMied tbey are permanently stained in at- g
tractive, aumniery colors there are sizes to fit every porch opening
klid they are reasonably priced. 5
A CXiinpUie line of IHircli und KuinnM-r I-urnMiiiigs awaits your ln-
Cruikshank & Hampton j
124 28 E. Webb Phone 548 g
Voar Old ninitmr TaUen in rxcluuui as Part rayment on New g
lle Aft rendition for AitoIui (No Whip) Porcto ggj
I'mlcrtonc On Sto-k
NEW YORK, June 30. (A. P.)
Business on the stock exchange was
dull, but a firm to strong undertone
Buying for both accounts, notubly,
among steels, equipments, domestic
oils, motors and speculative speciaUies,
effected further recoveries of l to 4
points. These were irregmarly scaled
down In the final hour on the rise of
call money from 5 to 6 per cent, tho
maximum quotation of recent weeks.
The net result, however, showed a ma
jority of gains.
Accumulation of steels and equip
ments was accompanied by reports
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KroE r made fOR A cefiTAtsj serr amo tmci
ySHER lt-lJ n tv mis -
that railroads soon would enter the
market for much needed supplies.
Coppers "trcnKthened on foreign pnr-cha.-t
ot th. metal.
Rall vere Irregularly higher, ul
thougl, many May statements of earn
ings again proved disappointing.
Southern Pacific annual report, show
ing net returns equal to 10.57 per cent,
exerted little Influence. Sales amount
ed to RSr,i00 shares.
The higher rate for demand loans
and small offerings of time money oc
casioned little surprise. Federal re
serve banks will withdraw an addition
al $30,000,000 tomorrow, or a total ot
$62. OOO.OOfl for the week.
Foreign exchanges again (were gov
erned by London, where sterling and
most continental rates moved more
favorably to this center.
Liberty bonds were irregular, the
3ViS declining to 86.44. within a frac
tion of their low record. Total sales,
par value, $11,375,000.
Pear Prii'Cs Down
10 Per Cent This Year
SAN FRANCISCO, June 30. (A.
P.) The California Tear Growers'
association has announced opening
prices on the 1921 crop of Bartlett
pears, nearly 4 0 per cent lower than
Inst season. The new price Is $61.75
a ton, net to growers, for No. 1 Bart
letts, and $33.25 a ton for No. 2 Bart
letts. Last year the price to the can
nets was $100 a ton.
The tonnage offered to canners this
year will be limited and probably will
not be more than 60 per cent, Presi
dent Frank T. Swett announced, as ft
result of the eastern demand for fresh
pears due to the frost damage there to
apples, pears and peaches.
OAKS SHIT OI T
LOS ANGJ-TLES. June 30. (A. P.)
Poor pitching by Oakland and hard
hitting by Los Angeles resulted in
shutout, the final score showing Ts
Angeles 1 1 and Oakland 0. There were
:io outsanding features.
The Daily ford Joke
There are a lot of times when a fel
low could get by with a Ford car if
the blamed thing didn't have the name
iitamped on the front of it.
We pondered upon the difference
between man and woman today when
we saw one of the men-who-care com
ing out of the men's furnishing de
partment of T. P. W. Just as a girl
left the ready-to-wear department.
From our observation, he wonders
what the deuce is the matter with his
clothes when people look at him.
Shu wonders what's wrong with her
clothes when people don't look at her.
Names fs Names
B. A. Rooster lives In Pittsburgh,
Daylight saving appears to be the
only saving a good many folks can
The average husband doesn't earn
as much as movie stars, but the stick
ing qualities are much better.
Here's to the man in a motor car,
W ho sets the Juice on high.
Who wrinkles his nose at the price of
And makes the dust mount high.
Why expect everything in the fu
ture? Why not enjoy a part of the
One reason why one should respect
his enemies is because of all the free
publicity which is received.
The quickest way to get through a
crowd is to stay away from it..
Tho fellow -who discovered that
Fgypt had Jazz bands and home brew
600 years previous to the Christian era
cannot be credited with affording
much consolatln to the Christian era.
Summer Schauer lives in
A man ran fool some people about
nis ability, but he can't fool the
What has become of the old fashion,
ed man that use1 to carry quill tooth
picks In his vest pocket?
ABOUT THIS TIME 0' YEAR
Sport Skirts Were Never So Popular
As This SeasonNew Models
Every wise woman includes a Sport Skirt among her wearable
These are exceptional in style and finish with the new pocket
mt effects and offer a fine color range from which to select.
The Prices are as Low as
$5.90 to $14.75
NEW JERSEY SPORT COATS $7.90, $9.90
. Popular belted models with shawl collar and plait
ed backs. Button trimmed pockets are a noticeable
feature. Colors are rose, gray, navy, brown and
LACE STRIPE MIGNONETTE $1.79 Y ARD
Wonderfully becoming for blouses or skirts is this
lustrous fabric with self stripe of lace design. Made
in tube form which simplifies making. Shown in
henna , white, honey dew and shell pink. See them in
our south window. Yard $1.79
WOMEN'S TWO STRAP KID PUMPS $6.50
An advance number of our mid-summer shoe
styles. Fine quality black kid, Goodyear welt sole,
imitation tip, two strap fastening,' military heel,
widths are AAA to C. Pair $fi.50
Smsm' m 'JiuwrAOTnW
ijlj DEPARTMENT STORES
Remember Pendleton Chautauqua
July 10th to 16th.
SHOW HER YOUR BANK BOOK
The young woman who takes
the chance of tying her future with
yours has practical, serious prob
lems ahead. No doubt you want to
provide for her comfort and happi
ness but good intentions will not pay
for a vacation, a pleasure trip or
comforts that mean so much.
Show her your bank book be
cause she has a right to know what
you have been doing with your
money and what efforts you have
made to provide for a home.
Show her your bank book for
your own good. It will bring home
to you the need of practical man
agement of your income and time. It
will strengthen your resolution to
save and provide for her.
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department
The Strong Dealer
Remains to Serve
The purchase of an automobile involves dealer
responsibility and service for a period of years the
entire life of the car.
You are not through with the dealer when you
have accepted the car. You need him henceforth
Included in the price of the car is the value of his
permanent responsibility for the car's behavior for
For these reasons we are putting the foundations
of our business down to the bed rock of this commu
nity. We are here to Rtay and serve.
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET
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