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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OfcEGOlf, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
IN D AS
CAN -BB 'V.
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Presi Reports
Pendleton f huro Qpnf I
CIRCUS GROUNDS Hill U Vvl1 1
S5H si iijjy i
you roN'T r ipx
llg Market l made at the m.-rkct top of $11.25 of
l'i it tin nil Doits Again the lnwio'w day. Bidders wore offer-
j lug i'.'ir to .'.HC IlClOW lop prices. Over
' ' ! ho Oregon Journal) j nit hi hoc reoc.pts woie T4S head of
The foiling of weakness experienced j which 4cu head were a direct ship
by the North Portland hog market for j m.-nt from South lnkota. Prices fin-
nil- jiawi wph neenmc real i nuritatiy ; ally dropped 50c
m ruing, when no early sales were trading ended.
before the morning
THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley
tD WUR&LES WHO DCUVERS 'WASHNGS FOft HIS vil'l
WIFE. SAYS THE UNUSUAL HOT 5llMMft HAS "Lf -T
BFEN GOOD FOR EUSiNESi.
Heneral hog market range-
rrlme ll-iu JiO.HOSr 10.75
Smooth heavy, 250 to 300
Pounds 8.50 ff 9.50
Smooth heavy, 300 lbs.,
"P 7.50 ft S.uo
Kotigh heavy 5.00 W 7.50 I
t Pigs 10.00 !' 10.75
Feeder piss !.5()Ci : 10.00
Stags 4.00SI 7.00
; cattle market was reported in the
1 same condition as on Wednesday.
iiei-oipia were light, only 27 head ar
riving. Market is nomlnallv steady.
General cattle market ranee.
Choice steers J 6.00 0 6. B0
.Medium to good steers. .
Lair to medium steers . .
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cows and
Fair to medium cow and
Common cows, heifers .
Fair to good feeders . .
Choice dairy calves
Prime light dairy calves 10.00 10.50
Med. light dairy calves.. "OOjilO.OO
Hen vv enlves 5.50 7.00
The brink demand for good lanilis
continues. Sheep and lamli markets
are steady and in good condition.
General sheep ana l&mb ruiige:
Last of mountain lambs S 6.501)
Pest valley lambs 6.00 ii
Fair to good lambs 5.00sS
Cull lambs 1.50fi
Feeder lambs 1.50 5?
Light yearlings 3.50 lj
Heavy yearlings 2.50
Light wethers 2.50aj)
Heavy Wethers 2.00
1:1 ; 1
I I ..t'" . ' ' IKA'I I1 w a 1 11 1 1
5.50 s- coo rzrf:i m y i it j m
l.ll & HI IZ;7J.rvvv n' hi 1 ' . B II? I
i.totf 2.5o Jj 2esep.vc! VT, M
2.50 g) 3.50 , ft , Yt.., . V, K
lo.soffln.oo lay r.-j,;A.rr LH. if 'v' r..
S 2.50 l
3 (in I
2 SHOWS 2 P. M., 8 P. M.
STREET PARADE AT 11 A. M.
AKD Tfrfi GREATEST
crnVK RIDER StfEA
WITH TJiE FAMOUS
Seat Sals Dowtown, 9 a. m. Thursday at Tailman Drug Stor
Stork Market ( ontliuies
Oil Its Heaitiiinai) t'oiuso.
XKW YORK, Aug.
TO GET RICH
Is alright, but usually it Is tlie other fellun who Is
Sitting "The Itiohes".
Why risk yonr monfj in a scheme that vanishes
over night and leaves you discouraged and money
less? Always question and thoroughly Investigate the
safety of an investment Uiat promises sure and larpo
Keep your money in this strong hank, where it will
be safe from loss. Let it accumulate in an interest
y-clding Savings Account, until yon have enough for
a home, or a business or an education.
A Savings Account means "Ready Sloney" and yon
too can have such an account.
j 300. pop oqooo
2 Start each day com- I 7 A
' ple'ely refreshed renewed 1711 " f
in mind and body. Get a tiflltll " I
sleeping outfit that makes I ri M I I J
your sleep comfortable dj I lifr " : I
In addition to a complete I
line of high grade mattres- f
ses, beds and bedroom fur-
niture, we have that na- , fl I
tionaUy advertised, guar- j '
an teed bedspring the i r '
WAV Sapless Spring U.'r-
Because o! the Way patented $&iJ&. I
construction, there is do sagging Kjy ..jutjf-- '-Z-Q j
do noise to disturb your feleep. If str'f'-i x Pi? j J
OccupauU Jo Dot roll to center, t sin'' ' 'J' 'A' jt
The American National Bank
oaxxigeirr uanx m o-asrem uregon t
The stock market vesterdav followed ! PfOMsions lor ugr cultural export
louns. a iaeior was an eariy siagna
wheat market, fears that the new Cap-per-Tincher
law might restrict trading
in futures serving to offset the sign
ing of the war finance bill with Its
its recent reactionary course. Liqui
dation and short .selling caused manv
new low records, involving leaders us
well as vulnerable issues.
Kasier money rates, further strength
of foreign exchange and senate adop
tion of the farm credit bill evidently
played no part in the calculations of
traders, being nectralized by the keen
er competition in steel and other un
Gross declines of 1 to 6 points were
sustained by oils steels, equipments.
copper, rubber, textiles, tobaccos
tlon in export trade, when sellers ask
ed 1-4 cent more than the seaboard
was filling to pay for .shipments via
Huffalo and oeorgran bay ports. Lat
er timidity of buyers over the Capper
Tichner law was overcome and there
was considerable buying of small lots.
Corn showed a strong undertone,
because of the cash situation, the in
dustrial demand In the sample market
being good and bids to arrive on 30
days" shipments advancing 1-2 cent.
Oats were dull but held well in sym-
chemicals and an array of miscella-' Pthy with corn and the late strength
neous issues which fiirured consoien-I ln w heat.
i OFFICE CAT
ously during the war Vnoi::.
Investment rails and standard in
dustrials of the type mainly repre
sented by rnited States Steel were
most often proof against pressure, al
though giving way moderately when
the remainder of the list was under
Prices were lower at the start, but
strengthened before noon, only to re
act again in the las half of the ses
sion. Mexican Petroleum featured the set
back, dropping from 91 1-2 to S4 1-2.
la new minimum. Making up virtually
all its loss, Mexican closed at a "t
decline of a fraction. Junior oils,
also shipping, motors and tobacco.-.
developed greater weakness in the fi
nal dealings. Sales amounted to 60U.
Provisions were early inclined to
sag ir. sympathy with the live hog
market, but gained strength later
when packers and commission houses
Hogs Score Advance;
Cattle, Sheep Steady.
OMAHA, Aug. 26. (f. S. Kurean of
Markets.) Hogs. 500; order buyers
and yard traders furnished outlet ear
y for suitable medium and light
butchers; also taking some strong
we ghl hogs, 251(3:10 higher; bulk
I better grades. $Siii 9; top. $:i.3."; piiek
lers fought advance and late business
iwas graded, steady with Wednesday's
i average; bulk packing grades, JS'n H;
flop, $9.35: packers fought advance
mil late business was graded, steady
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COMPI.TI-NT I'ACI I.TY I .XCIil.I.li.NT LOCATION CO.MPI.im:
with Wednesday's average; bulk pack-
Call money ruled at 5 1-2 per cent ling grades, J7iS; rough heavy sows
but much of the day's offerings was down to t6.50.
at 5 per cent. I
liritish and other Luropean ex- favorable news from outside centers
changes were materially better, con-j aided sellers in checking decline to
tinental rates rising from 5 to about 1 1, rices that have featured nast three
25 points. j days. Steers and she stock cleared
Industrials, especially coppers andlSteady; best yearlings included
shippings, were among the heaviest brought $0.75; hulk fed steers JS.23'(i
After a Tour of .Main Street.
With the advent of the Autumn
season we note that the Waxen Unties
lagain appear in shop windows. And
I oh the Silent Drahma as thi y anguish
1 it s languish! I'shnuldc; Of course
!it5s intended that the XV. L r a !
j say "Please uotire what a pretty dress
I wear." Hut not so. One, with out
'streti tied arms entreats: "(Hi Henry
i give me bark my Utters!" Another
I is scarlet with embarrassment be
cause the lisle knees of her silk hose
jshow. Still another drops a wicked
ieyelid and seems to say "Stick around.
I Kid. we're gonna open a bottle of
llmraffin." Hut :i h Hip uitiw.liitir ..r
Cattle 3000 moderate receipts and I Mimc. f(hpl.s. v ,.,.",. irin,iiu
no marcelled l.air In fact, no heads
at all. "
The limit A. M. Whistler.
features of an irregular bond market.
Including liberty 3 l-2s, which lost a
fraction over one-half of 1 per cent.
Total sales (par value) were $8,575,-000.
9.25; bulk cows and heifers, $3.50 If
5.00; veals, 25 to 75c higher; early
top $S,25; stockers and feeders,
I hear him in the morning,
Ilcl'oro the sun is seen
He whistles lis ho walks down
A whistle sharp and keen.
Wheat FiiiisheM Strong
After Slow Start.
CHICAGO, Aug. 26. (A.
strong finish after a generally
start distinguished yesterday's deal
ings on the Chicago board of trade, j
Net gains were recorded in all options, i
wheat advancing 2 to 2 3-4 cents, corn !
1-8 to 5-8 cent, oats 1-2 to 3-8 cent j
and provisions from 2 1-2 to 22 1-2 I
cents with lard the leader and ribs
1 Sheep 15,000; big end run of
j lambs; market steady; bulk western
j lambs to packers, $8.25 ft' 8.75; top, 9;
I sheep supply limited; market steady;
F ) A .feeding grades slow; sale early top
dull, feeding lambs. J7.
There was little activity iithe early day.
The Angels Have Fallen Out.
(From the Fort Wayne Xews
Sentinel.) Kster Angel was given a divorce
I from John Angel, custody of their 'in poker
Ichild, and possession of a bed springs "Nothing of the rort.
'find mattress in the sunerior ronrt tn- dnnenrla n n tmn.l
I try again to ( lose my eyes
And seek a little nap.
Hut Mill I hear the whistler
He s a long-winded, chap.
I I. JMinnlnff Sywtm for iJcK-inncrs
I j FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 12
j For Particulars Address Registrar, eijl.ivefctt Street.
! ; PORTLAND, (HtK(iti: ' i
..- - IF YOU WANT TO KEEP
fO 1h WARM
''i I - , i Vii t I" "i" city or country no other heat.
Ipj "2" ir tnir system will give you the warmth
h7--' 'i 'jfji W'"' '''ss fl"' n "'" beating
j :" "ydf'11' It no' only consumes less
j - " ""-vsSjbtL' 'y't f0"' lH m"rn healthful and re-
pggyi -t' iulres a minimum attention of all
j 1tlJ k lu,it neat in), sjsieinn.
MV BENSON & WICKLAND
f ' Jllll, I I ... M I I J , I
r iiuwimy iiiiivi
"Ain't We Got Pun," ho whistles
Perhaps he has, but I
Can't see the fun In being waked
I!y the Whistler passing by.
"A good deal depends on your lurk
Your luck l
PLUG UP THE LEAKS.
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124-23 EL Webb Phone 548
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Springers and Hens
I3 ?f ,
and Be FREE
These are the days when the motorist enjoys
a measure of liberty that makes the front porch
seem like a prison cell.
At the wheel of your good car you will be a
daily visitor at distant places of recreation and
As dealers in BUICK automobiles we are
equipped to make good our guarantee of satis
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119-121 WesfCourt St.
i Phone 468