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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27,
OUTBURSTS Of! EVERETT iRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
SLO OOR N4M6 IS
-, I THINK
GST IY rKKIFe OUT
ND CUT VOUR
Including Pendleton Prices and AuooUted Preii Report!
lloitn I HoVigo Another
llrcwk nt Portland
(From The Oregon Journal.)
The weak undertone which has boon
ruling In the hog market for the past
lreak in prices Thursday, van reflect
ed again today when another 25c loss
was suffered In the prime light mar-
I sales were made on hold-overs ' or
EARS OF!" :
drive-ins. Market was dull so far as
trading was concerned.
General hog market range-
110.60 level. Nothing arrived In the I 'ri,ne "8ht
ek and "which culminated In a r.Ocj hog alleys overnight, and no early
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THE OLD HOME TOWN
THE HOT SUN SHINING ON THE DlSpL.fy WINDOWS
l&NITED A BOX OF CEULUCOO COLLARS. RlHNEU
A- DOZEN NECKTIES AND TKREK STRAW HATS
TO GET RICH QUICK
is alright, but usually U is the other fellow who Is
getting "The Riches".
Why risk your money in a scheme lhat vanishes
over night "and leaves you discouraged and money
less? Always question and thoroughly Investigate the
safety of an investment that promises sure and large
Keep your money hi hls strong bank, where It will
be safe from loss. Let it accumulate in an interest
yielding Savings Account, until yon have enough for
a home, or a business or an education.
A Savings Account means "Ready Money and yon
too eat have such an account.
The American National Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon
Smooth heavy, 250 to SOO
Pounds '-8.5flg 9,60
Smooth heavy, 300 lbs.,
Up 7i50Si! 8.50
Rough heavy 5.00 if 7.50
Fat pigs 00 10.75
Feeder pigs 8.50 10.00
Stags 4.00 4? 7.00
Tattle receipts over night were ex
ceptionally light, only 26 ead arriv
ing. Shipment this Friday was exact
ly the same as a week ago. On the
strength of three early sales market
is reported nominally steady.
General cattle market ranee:
Choice steers $ 6.00 6.50
Medium to good steers. . 6.50-) 6.00
l air to medium steers . . 6.00 J 5.00
Common to fair steers . . 4.00 6.00
Choice cows and heifers 4.75 5.25
Medium to good cows and
heifers 4.25 E.OO
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 3.25 0 4.25
Common cows, heifers . 2.60(a) 3.50
Canners l.SO 2.50
Bulls 2.604 3.50
Choice feeders 4.50$? 5.00
Fair to good feeders ... 3.60 & 4.75
Choice dairy calves 10.50 11.00
Prime light dairy calves 10.00 10.50
Med. light dairy calves.. 7.00 10.00
Heavy calves 5.60 7.0s
Nothing arrived in the sheep and
lamb sections of the livestock yards
over night. No early sales were made
on hold-overs. Market is reported
General sheep and lamb range:
East of mountain lambs S 6.60 7.25
Best valley lambs 6.00 6.75
Fair to good lambs 5.00 6.00
Cull lambs 1.60 3.00
Feeder lam hs ' 1.60 3.00
Light yearlings -. 3.60 4.00
Heavy yearlings , 2.60 3.00
Light wethers 2.50 3.00
Heavy Wethers 2.00 2.60
Ewes 1.00 3.00
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Wheat Slumps When
Outside Ruying Slackers.
CHICAGO, Aug. 27. (A. P.) -Lack
of outside buying and advices that Ca
nadian wheat was being offered at the
seaboard dn the same basis as Ameri
can grain caused a late slump in
wheat yesterday and tended to nullify
an otherwise strong market on the
Chicago board of trade. Wheat fin
ished l-4c to lc lower, corn ruled un
changed to 1-Sc higher and oats were
steady to l-4c higher. In provisions
meats were generally Unchanged, but
lard was from 5 to 17 1-2 points high
er. After some early wavering, wheat
worked upward with fair steadiness.
until at noon December was 8 1-
above the low point of last Monday.
Houses with eastern connections
bought to remove hedges against ex
ports and the local trade became bull
ish on statements that the farm loan
law was bound to help business. The
high point brought out Increased pres
sure, the longs showing anxiety to un
load when the advance failed to stim
ulate business from outside sources.
The Canadian reports accentuated the
selling movement and as buying ceas
ed all gains of the day were wiped out.
Corn was active and higher. A firm
undertone developed, which enabled
the grain to resist the wheat slump.
Oats followed the other grains, but
trade was dull and the range narrow.
Provisions were slightly more active
aiW there was some trade in Septemer
rork for the first time in several days.
Export demand and bullish sentiment
on trvH farm loan law were factors in
forcing an advance in latd.
e l oils, motors, steels, equipments, t
snippings, rails auu ii-iiuiura ul t,iw.-o j
B'ains of one to five points. Textiles,
chemicals, motion picture mall ortlar,
tobacco and copper Issues also show
ed material Improvement with leading
and junior rails.
Pales amounted to 675,000 shares.
Monetary conditions favored the
movement, call money on the ex
change opening and renewing Into
next week at 5 per cent, with plenty of
outside funds available at 4 per cent.
International remittances moved
against this center, however, London
bills reacting about 1 1-2 cents, with
lower quotations for all continental
point except Denmark and Norway.
Liberty issues and several of the
better known railway convertibles
were among the stronger features of
the bond market, k Total sales, par val
Made On Stock Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. (A. P.)
The stock market yesterday made sub
stantial recoveries from its long-sls-
taine'd decline. Dealings were the larg
est and most diversified of any session
The extent of the rebound, which
began at the outsat and continued for
the' most tart at the close, took t"ie
shorts by surprise and resulted in the
wiping out of a large amount of "pa
leaders of today's advance compris-
Yoil Trices Show Kiglter
Trend This Week.
BOSTON Aug. 27. (A. P.) The
Commercial Bulletin says:
"The wool market is strengthening
slightfy, some sales havins been made
both in fine and medium wools during
the week at perhaps a cent a pound
advance. The market continues fairly
alctive. The goods situation is also
"The foreign markets are firm with
a tendency upward on the best fine
Wisconsin, Missouri and average
Xew England half blood, 23 34c;
three-eighths blood, 21 22c; quarter
blood, 21 22c.
Scoured basis Texas fine, 12
months, 65fr'75c; fine 8-months, 50?i
California southern 70 75c; middle
county. 65i&68c; southern, 6055c
Oregon eastern No. 1 staple, 78 0
80c; eastern clothing, 60 75c; valley
So. 1, 65fi70c.
Territory fine staple choice. 80 'ill
8'c; half-blood combing, 68 72c;
three-eighths blood combing, 50S?55c;
I quarter-blood combing, 2538c; fine
Imedlum clothing, 6062c; fine and
I fine medium French combing, 65 W
Pulled Delaine A, 58c; AA, 75 f
80c; A supers, 600c.
Mohair Best combing, 27 30c';
best carding, 22 '3 25c.
The American dollar is a bear-cat
away from home. Down In Brazil, It
has leaped lightly aloft to three times
its value, while at home It is as (ar
below par aH a novice at golf.
The Menu Maidens
Dollars for display, but not a dime
for dinner. They lurk in restaurants
and hotels seeking men they .know; a
kindly smile or noif of recognition
means eats. Male pie-cards cannot i
escape their siren smirks. A vacant ;
chair opposite an impressionable he
person spells food. A bill of fare is
their target and they shoot all over it
like a buck private. A sirloin steak is
to them a light snack and they know:
about more salad than does the chef.
An 89 pound victual-vamp can out-eat
a harvest hand fresh from the fields.
Age? From 17 on. (And this data Is
from a youth who has mado an exten
sive study of the species.)
I sent my son to college,
And talk about your Jack;
I spent four thousand dollars
And got a quarter back.
"What was the excitement down the
"Oh. a man in a reverie ran Into a
woman in a tartrum.""
"Were the machines badly damag
ed?" They used to carry corn to mill by
the bushel, now they bring it to town
by the gallon.
When Henry Ford feels the need of
a vacation, ho goes tramping. It is
restful, indeed, after riding in a fliv
France is having a hard time keep
ing ahead of America. " She Is kick-l
Ing about no-plece bathing suits.
Desirable new patterns in good weight materi
als for comfortable lounging and bath robes,
shown in gray, brown and blues, 27 inchesvwide,
yard . 59c .
NEW CRETONNES 29c ,
" Extra heavy quality, clever new designs' in pleas
ing color combinations. Three colors, gold, mull
berry and blue, fine for cushions, draperies, aprons
petticoats, slip overs, etc., 36 inches'wide! yd. 29c
36 INCH DRAPERY REPPS 59c
. Dainty new patterns in this desirable drapery
material make our very low price doubly attract
ive, full yard wifjth, yard 59c
A large assortment just received, including solid
color ginghams in dainty pinks, blues and greens,
clean cut percale patterns, light and dark, all neat
ly piped in white. Our every dav price, each 89c
WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE 10c
A good serviceable cotton hose for women,
shown in black, white and brown. Our everyday
price makes it profitable to pav cash, pair. . . 10c
WOMEN'S CREPE BLOOMERS 79c
" Good quality cotton crepe in pink or white, full
cut, elastic waistband, pair i 79c
FRUIT OF THE LOOM APRONS 98c
Here's value in every sense of the word, a big
full cut bungalow style made of the well known
Fruit of the Loom muslin, gathered yoke, hem
stitched neck and sleeves, each i 98c
CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS 79c, 89c
i Play suits "made to play in," good heavy weight
blue denim, short or long sleeves, trimmed in red,
ages 2 to 8 years, suit 79c, 89c
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