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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1921.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
J. C. Penney Co., A Nat ion-Wide Institution
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Hulk of Oiritun Wool
I HIht Sold in- miMmii'il.
I'ORTAND, July 2.-I.V
bulk i.f the lircK.ni wool i
r been sold r ennstgmd.
Miuring time it looked like
ilrsgMlng market this your.
traders gurssi-N proved wren;:, l'nst
tess has imt been as active us in for-
.or year: yet considering mark"!
; ondli ions in
I as been vcr
To date between .Yi'Oo.olhl .Hid l!,
i ( i.,imiii pounds of Oregon vj! liavj
b.-en sold. The Shauiko seclit.n is
cleaned up ami the sealed bil sales nt
(inuUn and l'llot Rock have disposed
i f .noM of thi wools grovn ihere.
ilcp; niT wools are being sold or mov
ed o. t o'i ( onsignmom. The l.akc-
THE OLD HOME TOWN
N ' '. fill CCAZ SARD CAMP1 - OiCJ. I NT- '-
STOCW BAKERY 'S SHOWIMC. SOME O-TO-pATt TWNCS N
BAKED GOODS FC6 T"e(R AuTcr-loBn-E tSaOE
Our Sitfc IH'ixi'il A uull.s, coii-truolol of lira aruior
lato and masNite stwl doors, Ilridl3 unexcelled
u-oUftiHi for jutir uluables.
Iitdlvidiial Ixues of tlie Aw lo meet jour e.at needs,
n:a y be rented by tlie jear at a small cost. iv bulky
cka,!!xs, MKX'Ial Morale slhico is provided. i
((liatauqiia Hates, July lOtli (u I61I1 Iue.)
' Strongest Bank in Gastern Oregon"
l More Home to the House!
view !s out of fiint li.i'i Is mil i
laaiKtto Miiiey wools are biu.' ,il. at
I In- iini.' l ate.
Then- is a tendeney on part of
h i ors to reiliiee piires or.-e liai, no'
he.'aase nf any decline in t" t ast. Inn
oil the theory that prices nt 1h;.s oi.J
nihiineeil beyond the easiiv t parity.
T! 's is o.lso the case .Monlann
wNro buyers are offering IS lo 1:1
cents for the same Rindo of wool ih.ii
comiaiicd for earlier In .lie season at
iii 1 1' :' 1 cents.
A s i n what stronger '..in- in the
vool Market is reported hy t1 J, fa, v.
celt v' rmtor of the wool marketing
department of the American Karm llu
reau ft .'.1 atlon. He estlniu'.s that 10
) e tr cent of the sp'mllei in the
c.untiy fie now operating a.ul s.o.p
of the lvills have auffieii 1'. orAers In
ie.;tiiio capacity productio i until cold
weather. IK-cent sales of T xas wools,
ho says, were at an advai" of I to L
eelils per pound. .More Hum 20 wool
e aivno.isrt have applied 'o the bu
reau of markets for Kovornn.eiii li
censes, which entitle them to Issue
I'Cnde.l warehouse receipis.
Mcnily lo Dull
Trend of .Market
OMAHA. July ;.H0Ks Receipts.
13.000; choice (trades steady, other's
10 to 15c lower; bulk tl.sO to 240.
pound butchers. 8.30rX.;S; top. "JM.Sf.
''ulk butchers 250 pounds and over,
S8iii8.3Q; parking grades, 7.5U W 7.90.
Cattle U.ceipts, 10H0, (ood steers
10 to Kc higher; other dull, weak;
all other classes weak; top steers
Sheep Receipts. 1500. Generally
steady to strons. Top western, $10.
l oiiiidation J.ald
I'iir Hilter ("oiMlithniH
NEW YORK, July 2
Dun's Review today says:
A general commercial revival hav
ing failed to develop during the first
halt of the year. It is not the time
l ow to look for decisive improvement
In conditions. Even in active periods,
.Inly brings interruptions to business
through holidays and vacations. In
entoryins and suspension of wor
tor repairs and
their welRht this year. The combined
effect of these forces appears in a fur
ther slowing down in basic industries
and primary markets and a large re
tail distribution of seasonable mer
chandise is only- a partial offset. That
some plants are well eiiKaBed, all
I hi lies considered, is encouraging, but
iron and steel output remains at ex
tremely low ebb and textile production
has receded again in some divisions.
The fundamental cause of the re
striction of manufacturing, which ex
tends to many lines, is found In man)
buyes, persistent disinclination to do
more than cover immediate require
ments and current needs are limited.
The practice of economy and re
trenchment has become no small fac
tor in the present situation and the
sharper competition for orders finds
reflection in the not infrequent offer
ings of goods at lower prices.
Results 0 the six months just now
ending have proved disappointing to
those ivho had expected economic re
covery and have necessitated modifi
cation of some views regarding the
probable duration of the readjustment.
The record, however, is not wholly un
satisfactory, for progress had been
made in correcting the artificial and
unsound stattus of business and the
foundation is being laid for stronger
conditions la the future.
Weekly bank clearings were fS.olD,-592,851.
T!WT I'M Just Curious
TO KNOW HOUU MAN V
rDlFrJJNT KINDS Ofi
HAIR-CUTS VOU MIGHT
have.; too :
All liberty issues except the 3'is
hardened and the bond list as a whole
reflected better Investment conditions.
speculative rails adding to recent
gains. Total sales, par value, $11,
Holiday Forces Wheat
lo 1'idil Steady I'r.'cc.
nilinil'll t ui.... ,n .... r.
other restraints add v. i
year. The combined ,ry 0 "c'-ll ' Iilis w" a !,k!
noiuttty in u weainer marKci punou
wheat prices down after an early
bulge. The close was heavy, 1 1-4 lo
2 1-4 cents net lower, with July it. "2
1-2 to J1.22 3-4 and September 1.21
3-4 to $1.22. Corn gained 1-4 to 1
3-Sc and oats 1-8 to 1 l-4c. In pro
visions the outcome was unchanged
to 10c lower.
At first the market responded read
ily to continued dry hot weather
northwest and to predictions that un
less general rains came soon north
western crops would be greatly reduc
ed. Upturns in price however increas
ed the disposition of many holders to
even up before the adjournment of the
board until Tuesday. The market
lacked support during the last half of
the day and finished near the bottom
Nebraska advices of coin curling in
the fields and of hot winds In 8011th
Dakota had a bullish influence on the
Hmallness of receipts strengthened
1'rovlsiouK were governeii chiefly by
the action of the hog market.
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THE PORCH SHADE OF GREATEST SERVICE,
g ECONOMY AND COMFORT g
S3 Qunlily ron li Shades are an investment in comf'irt not a luxury g 1
Sl Thl year, of all times be careful of the pon-h equipment you buy. r
..3 fou want nhades which will not only look well while new but which 1
3 Hill stand up under the strain of tins year's use, next sear's and the I
years to come. Such are the AKIIULL'X Shades and we heart. ly recom- i
535 mend them. SS
S3 HcsidiN diirnbilily tliere is more gi nuine satisfaction in A K lt Jtl,'X 55
2 lbs 11 any other porch shade we know of. i
ES With Iho "Hang Ivasy" attachment anyone can install them in leus '
El than five minutes' time. S3,
Sj Kplmta uniform In width and un'forinily woven form a -eiitifieally55j
r3 correct fabric which giv-a absolutely uniform ventilation from toi torS
bottom and ample protection against the weather there arc no loosely S
woven beotionn nor uneven spaces where sun and rain might enter.
jJ AdJiiMtable "No Whips," found only 011 Aerolux, hold the shades se- 5
5 curely In placo und prevent them from whipping and flapping in the
3 wind. !
3 Kolid Coppcre Cord Glides, instead of sticking pulleys or rusting 5
;. jlnliw Rive a pcrinaiiently kiimm.IIi, clean surface for the raising '
y reducinic wear and friction to the minimum. 1
3 They are mnoothly finished they arc permanently stained in at-
p -? ira,.e, Buinniery colors there are sizes to fit every porch opening S5 1
and they are reasonably prh ed. 1
t-1 a VmidWe line of J'ort h and NnmiiH-r l'urijisliiiiK' awaits )our in- .
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On Stwk Market
NKW YORK, July 2. (A. I'.)
Dullness such as usually precedes a
protracted recess characterized yes
terday's stock market operations. Till
tone was uncertain throughout, oil,
motors and their accessories and some
of the obscure specialties making de
cline, while rails, equipments and
food Issues were disposed to Improve. I
Mexican petroleum fell another five
points to 90, a new low for -several J
years, and Pan-American Petroleum 1
and General Asphalt also gave way to
renewed pressure, but these were re
trieved later when shorts covered.
I'nited .States Rubber, sludehakur,
Harvester, American Woolen, Kamou
Players and Sears-Roebuck sustained
additional losses of one to 3 V. points,
and sugars were again affected by do
mestic conditions and tariff possibili
Minor rails fared better than sea
soned issues. Canadian Pacific and
Reading reacting moderately under
professional offerings. Sales amount
ed to 4:!.1,0U0 shares.
The turn Into the mid-year cffecteil
no preclptlble change In the money
market. All call money, incl.idim--loans
into next Tuesday, were made at
6 per cent and many July maturities
were extended at prevailing rates.
Sterling and most continental ex
changes were lower during the morn
ing but regoAered variable recoveries
on moderate purchases of British ano
Kr'iieb bills. I'lcn the Herman rait 1
Itcnllt fill Olive.
I hale to hear a brother fie .
On skirts that show the knee,
I know the brother has no cyo
Tor barnyard scenery.
Yes, Hut Whaddy Ya .Mean?
We find this In n Missouri weekly:
"Mr. Rlair will recover, but ho has
a broken leg and a fractured Jaw,
which will bo good news to all his
We oplno that you can't believe
everything that is told you but you
can believe a lot of things that no
body says, because everybody is afraid
to say them.
CINCINNATI TO BE
DKTRUlT, July 2. (I. P.) The
convention of disabled veterans of the
world war chose 1iiclnnatl as per
manent headquarters. They chose
California as the place for the next
national, gathering and recorded their
disfavor of the "yellow peril." Robert
Marx, of Cincinnati, was elected first
national commander and Ralph Horr.
of Soaltlo, senior vicc-coinmandcr.
BY JUNIUS '
A Philadelphia man lost his life re
cently while attempting to chloroform
an ased pet cat. Tlie cat scratched
and struggled as he tried to admlnlstei
the cholorforni. The fumes liccame so
dense tjie man fell unconscious aim
died. The cat escaped!
Lowest Prices Backed By Dependie Goods
People who have tried our casli selling
methods know positively that they can depend
on what they buy here as being a real value in
every sense of the word, dependable quality,
satisfactory service and lowest possible price.
If you are still paying for someone elses
"credit service" you'll be surprised at the di
vidends your cash can make in savings at the
Penney Store. (
J JUS 44
DRESS GINGHAMS 17c YARD
Checks, plaids and stripes in pleasing and
practical color combinations, good quality,
about 27 inches wide, yard 17c
SMART NEW SPORT SKIRTS $5.90
You need not pay extravagant prices for
ready to wear when this department of our
store has so many savings for you. Sport
skirts of wool or silk in new wanted color
combinations, checks, plaids or solid colors
made up in popular plaited styles, each $5.90
JAPANESE CREPES 29c YARD
This popular summer fabric in dainty sum
mer shades, best quality, 30 inches wide, com
pare the quality with the higher priced grades
you find elsewhere, yard 29c
llll,llti: S l'l,.Y Nl ITS lc ,
New shipment of excellent quality play suits, heavy bine
ileiiini or khaki with nil tuilliil Iriinnilng, bloc and white
striH- with red trimming. Plain blue with white piping, all
have limp scats, shnil of loin; sli-cves, ngi"s 2 til 8 ntfc
HOYS' d I HAI I S 8c, UK.'
Good qualtv ilcnim, full cut bib overalls age ( 10, pr. Mlo
II to IT cars Ko
Men's W ork Sox, pair lllc. Km', mill 2 pair for H.'xr
.Men's OvscnilK pair DHo, $.l, .30
Mm's I lk Harvest Shoes. i onic tin lull sole, pair . . , , S2.RH
Men's Miilcskin Harvest Shoes, pair H2.4B
Leather Paced Canvas Gloves, gauntlet or urlst length, pr. 23c
K S1S DEPARTMENT STORtS
Rciiicnib.er Pcndlt'ton Cliautauqua
' July 10th to 16th.
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing DepartinenL
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As a feature for July . iho Offis
cat offers a prize of 1 fi r the reader
who can solve this puzzle:
y y u it
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P. K. We decided to print the ans
wer now and use the $1 to buy fire
crackers with. Ko here it Is and in it
self It Is a philosophy for the young
and wayward: Too wise you are, too
wise you be, I see you are too wise for
The Cute In i'lilov.
Mary Is a manicurist
And has so many beaus
.She calls her fellers, if you please.
Cruikshsoik & Hampton
J 24-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Vwir Old l unilliire TaUt-n In r:i-liiure a Part Phiih-ii( on New
ai1ulvc AcuU iu IVudletou for Aurolu (So Whip) Porch
T'he steady demand for Buick today is the
result of Buick'8 20 years' consistent reli
able performance everywhere.
. A rirt.il.l222 Buick will convince you
that Buick performance is even better than
the Buick reputation. You won't realize un
til you try it how comfortable and beautiful it
is; how easy it is to operate; how accessible
fcw Series and Prices Effcctire June 1st, 1921
Model 22 44 Three Paurngtr RoanWr ... $1498
Modf! 22 45 Five Panntnger Touring - ... $2J
Modrl 22-4t Three Puienger CourM: - - . . 2I3S
Model 22-47 Five Pamenger Sedan .... 243S
Model 22-4J Four PanMnger Coupe .... 2325
Model 22-49 Seven Pauenger Touring ... 173S
Model 22-50 Seven Paasenger Sedan .... 2635
Choose Vour Employment
in the -WANT ADS
Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
Phone 408 119, 121 W. Court
WliEN ffclTtll AC rOMOBLLLS ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD TIIEM