East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 11, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, M1NDLET0N, OREaOrf. THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1021.
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DAILY MARKET INEVVS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Incladiag Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
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wlllnit of the vim iii n,iinr, ;i!t liouuh i on.iisions In tho steol trailo Indicated
tin- ri iiri'"i iii up i.iiis fitrc-1 "ill liy I that tlie reeejit moderate improvement
-uiiimi'Ih.ii with the industrials, l'ass-' In the replenishment demand for steel
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It shewed mat the directors uc
n had nol lii'i'ii entirely discounted,
t'lither cut in motor ear prices un
set i!"d the mmor and tire yroiip.
' nl shares ui'ii' cft'ecW d adversely
l'V ati nuiniei mont id additional price
ri-dui tioi.s. I.ow priced rails also wero
M iivilie to piessuix', belns Influenced
I v reports of greater delay that! hud
In i n txpeetert in action by consresd
on the measure for railroad relief.
Independent steels v( re heavy hut
tlui'i' was little change ill the price o(
I'nieil States steel, follow inn publicii
t on of the monthly figure of unfilled
Koreisn exchange again showed
reactionary tendency, with sterling
I iKl n K about a cent. Other remit
tances were not altered substantially.
In the bond market declining prices
were the rule. There was increased
selling of foreign governmental issues,
particularly United Kingdom's of 1937.
Total sales, par value, $10,100,000.
Liberty bonds were mixed.
THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley j
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WIX) RV1N SLltDENt.y -:.XLBFT HIS POSITION AS
fC BShSMES AT BERGtNS SHOP TODAY.
I'altle ITidd Steady;
llors and Micp l,uv.
KANSAS C1TV, Auir. 11 (1'nitcd
States liureau of Markets) -Cattle
Itoceipts, 1 4.000 head. Host beef
steers, steady to strong; top heavies.
$ lrt.r.0: other feed lots. js.r,o '11 i 10.1
other Trades weak to 23c lower: Let
ter grade she stock steady to strong;
Rood and choice sows, J 5 ff 1.75: medi
um kind, weak; mostly -l'jiJ.30;
yearling- heifers. Jti; stockers and
feeders steady to 15e lower; fleshy
heavy feeders, Js.33; other kinds
mostly $6.30.'ij T.30; bulk stockers, :.
6.7j; other classes mostly steady:
practical stop on renters. $7.30: many
calves J4.504 6; most canners, 41
2.30.
llogrs Receipts, 7000 head. Best
light ami medium to paekera and ship
pers. Iti'ii20c lower than yesterday's
average; some others 25c lower, some
late bids ;5'sr40c lower; top. $10. so;
packed top. $10,30; bulk of sales,
SD.Sogt lO.tifl; 311 selected 10!-pound
stock pigs. $10.00; bulk go)d kind.
$10. 50S 10.7,1; mixed stoadyo strong.
Sheep Keceipts. JiOOO head. Sheep
and lambs fully L'.lc lower; most fat
native ewes, $4 5i4,.50: best native
lambs. $;i; western lambs, 15c to 25c
lower; top Vtahs. $s).!3.
HIE BEST HIRED HAN
Any rmplojor ir men will aire, that the Hired
Man Ik nDw hi-. is ihe one who is Meaily,
reliiil-U- ami .-an Ik- ilcncnilcd iikiii. He is the one
who will not wu-r time or property and can be trut--l
m the joli. II,. wiJ h,. retained when the olliers
liave licen diM liareil.
A hired man ran hate a SaUns .fMiiit in liiis
U-ons bank, lie start iliem cerv Uuj.
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Tlic Amcricaii Naiional Bank
Pendleton; Oregon.
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
Irofit-Takliis I'nls
rlmp In W heal liit-s
Chicago. Aug. 11. (A. P.) Heavy
profit-taking sales more than wiped
out in the wheat market yesterday's
advances due to the government crop
report. Trices closed weak, Hie to
2'4c net lower, with September $1.21
to $1.22, and December $1.244 to
$1.23. Corn lost 1 c to 2c, oats g
34C to ' ii lc. and provisions 5c to 40e.
Although the wheat market opened
with gejieral buying and a material
upturn in prices, the fact soon became
evident that speculation had fully dis
counted beforehand whatever was bull
ish in the official crop estimate from
Washington, lluch of the selling 011
the advance came from a big elevator
concern. The volumn of offerinfgs ;
from this source and from other!
houses that co-operated proved far too j
great for the buying pdwer in the mar
ket and caused values to move dow n-'
grade during almost the whole season. 1
despite export purchasing and not
withstanding that 20.000 barrels of
flour had been taken at the seaboard, j
partly for Russian relief.
Enlarged country offerings weaken
ed corn, oats fell in sympathy. I
Sharp breaks in the price of hogs '
pulled down provisions. :
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BY JUNIUS
To My Dog
I love my dog. He is an Airedale
with straight brown legs, black curly
hair and a tail that is a mite shorter
than " it oughta be." His head is
suuarish. he has whiskers that are llko
a. walrus', but his eyes are tho eyes
that adore.
I love my dog. He is ever waiting
for jne to come home, and throw a
, stick to him to retrieve. He stands up
I and stretches when I come 'round the j
. corner, as if thinging "I must not ap
1 pear too anxious, but his tail wags a
.' welcome. j
I love my dug. He puts his chin on
my knee when I am lonely and sad '
! thow docs he know?) and sighs and
sighs until I am forced to laugh and 1
pet him, and then he laughs at me for
laughing at him.
I love my dog. He sits on the front
seat of the car when I drive. He barks
at the traffic. cop (how I wish I had
his courage), and when we leave him
and go into a movie he curls up on the
seat and pretends to be asleep until he
hears my voice again. Contributed.
IN ALL SIZES
Cruikshank & Hampton
"Quality CounU"
124-28 E Webb Phone 548
Vutir M.l rurnlttire Taken In I'juliance as J'art I'uviiM-nt vn New
IiUoluM Ajiviiu lu IVudl.iou f.,r Acrulm (Xo Whip) Porch
Mm din.
rt She Xeier Strikes
fc'ir: If mother got time and one
half for overtime she could pay the
war debt with her back pay. T. H. M.
The only night shift the modern
outh knows about Is the gear shift.
Who is the lucky stiff who catches
UI the fish shown in the illustrated
ads of the summer resorts?
But your life Is your life, not an
apology. Jjare to live it.
Circumstantial TeMiinoiiy
"You ought to have seen Mr. Jones i
when he called to see Dolly the other '
night," remarked Johnny to his sister's j
young iriau, who was taking tea with
the family. tell you, he looked;
fine a sittui' alongside of her with his 1
arm "
Johnny, gasped his sister, her
face the color of a boiled lobster.
"Well, so he did." insisted Johnny,
"He had his arm "
"John", screamed the mother, fran
tically. "Why," whined the boy. "I was "
"John." said his father sternly,
"leave the room."
And Johnny left, crying us he went:
' I was only going to say that he had
hi army clothes on.'
OUTBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
' THcFtfe, mws. T, cook THee( ! , ter"j J
- !SCM TCDU IT'ct 13c a Tf?evT
5- U THC5 Tv?OUT 70 ekE.CAN'tCT
ktsit? COOK A-i TH ;Se-H : "7""
tuck's a t? -. "Reeui fiio size
UP THE ON T-MC? H4Nt5(-C i .-
I'Ct. AY This t-iTTc Rod is -JCf
LsT5 HCPC IT Is y.
TRVlKiCi TO RCAT J
can't you see in
TAC.K ARoot
FUSS
Box '.1!
FIRESTONE
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR
T
0 the great army of car owners who confi
dently look to lurestone for economy anu
orotection in tires, most miles per dollar
stands as the guardian of value.
Twenty years ago it meant "intent." The Fire
stone Organization pledged itself to work to this
high standard. Today there are two decades of
experience and millions in resources back of it.
That is why good dealers offer you Firestones
with such sincere endorsement. They know that
the name these tires carry the signature of the
active head of the organization wjiich builds them
is the safest guarantee of mileage you can ask.
Sinipson-Sturgis
For Service Phone 651
Pcudlcloii, Ore. 223 E. Court St.
Golden Kule Hotel Building
Buying Most
We Buy
For Less
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Kdkq 312
'Incorporated
DEPARTMENT STORES
Selling Most
We Sell
For Less
P enney Junior Double Service
Clothes for Boys
DOUBLE SEAT
DOUBLE STITCHED
Manufactured ExchudTaJj fox ,
I I l"TVT
ii PB)UTMENTSTnte
IB Wf
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DOUBLE KNEES
HONESTLY TAILORED
Re-Enforced at Every Wearing Point
ALL SUITS ILLUSTRATED MADE IN FINE WOOL FABRICS
Colors Brown, Gray, Green, Heather Mixtures,
all around belts, flap pockets sizes 7 to 16 years.
The styles are Norfolks with yolks, box plaits, inverted plaits,
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$8.90
TWO PAIRS KNICKERS,
FULL LINED
CROMPTON ALL WEATHER CORDUROY SUITS, $8.50
$10.90
The Table Supply's
Special Butter
We hare in now for'you our new special Butter
and we guarantee you every pound of it or your
money back if not satisfactory.
This butter is made of Pure Pasteurized Sweet
Cream and has a real butter taste. When you phono
your next order in ask for the Table Supply's Special
Butter and you will never use any other butter made-
THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187
739 Main Street Pendleton'
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS.
Proprietors
W. GOODYEAR
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wncn tney
Call it an
"Orphan"
An orphan in automobile talk is a car that la
bought from some person not able or disposed to
guar&ntee service and satisfaction to tho owner.
The term recognizes the specific value that a good
dealer gives to any car he sells.
We recommend the Buick.
No car we sell ever becomes an "orphan."
IBUJCK
Oregon Motor Garage
119-121 West Court St.
Phone 468
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