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DAIL7 EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3. 1921.
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND ' GENERAL
Including Pendleton Price and Associated Presi Reports
t.niro Made ly
lftt.ler mi Kim'k MiukK.
NKW yoi!K, Hfpt. . (A. .r
further extensive reduction of
short account 111 the stuck
imrket yes- , Tho cautious attitude of (h., I,-
' wim or i 10 ,i (taction ecemed to m prompte,
l'"1" Minunfc -ut-i mtwt more sun- mat events over tin
stantial udvames in special issues.
THE OLD HOMETOWN
j might prove
I rip hi
detrimental to their in-
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atf:. .f'.' i: i i ,ii Life.1! m
riici suffered shuii) setback at
the outst't, Moxlcan oils i-em-ting' 1 tn
S points on advum-os which snpj:st(Ml
a hitch in tho ne.-oliutions now undor
way betwovn tho Moxirnn envemnient
amt forclun contessioiiairies. .
OUTliUIlSTS OF. EVERETT TRUE
SAV, THAT PeSXY
Cat of YftRS
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A BIT OF CKIH IIDOH
If one trrais nio inrraMimiblr, I will say: "I mint
Itavc been wantmc In kindm-a or proprktv. How
elxe, would ill's have happened?" Then I wJI huiid
my nay. If the otiier tntinuc pcrvwwe, I miLst hunt
wijf-roptxt enough to say, ' I anust have failed io do
it cert." If all Is ta n, I
atom a 1U1 braf?-
say, "Why vex myjicif
Thiw N wise have Vfeionff visianee, hut not one,
n.oruiiU'.'s serious trouble.
Open your aecour.t at Ih's strong bank; it insures
ooiixaiit awl eareful attcntioo to your bank Inisjiess
Hie AmencanNational Bank
' ,. Pendleton, Oregon. '
'Strongest SaaAr in Gastern Oregon "
This was offset, however, in-
iwrenifth or other oils, tis well us
steels, equipments, motors, ' leathers,
tobaccos, sus-ars, shlpjilng nnd chemi
cal issues, rails also throwing ofr their
Selling for profits caused an irregu
lar shadlnjf of quotations in the final
dealinEs, but many substantial gains
marked the rlose, representative is
sues beitiK least affected in the real
igns movement. Sales amounted to
Tall loans upain held nt 5 1-2 net-
cent, that rate appbins ns well to ac
oommodations extending over to next
Tuesday. Quotations for time' monev
were unaltered but in freer supply
wun soma demand for commercial
A reaction of almost 4 cents In ster
ling and declines of 5 to 30 points in
luiiiineiiuti remittances occasioned no
surprise among dealers in foreign ex
change, where the recent spirited ad
vance was regarded as largely specu
lative. Trading in bonds diminished, but
without impairment of recent gains.
Hecogniied domestic and foreign Is
sues were firm and gains prevailed in
the liberty group. Total sales, par
t iMflTlai j
Nothing retards the mental
growth of a boy or girl more than
weak and defective eye-sight.
" It is your duty as parents to
see that the children's eyes are
carefully examined by a compe
tent and reliable specialist, and
if there is any defect have
glasses made immediately so the
child can get the full advantage
of this necessary art.
London Wool Market
Higher, American liOwer
BOSTON-, Sept. 3. (A. r.) The
Commercial Bulletin says:
The demand for wool has fallen off
rather sharp during the past week, al
though some houses report a fair vol
ume of trade at steady prices. The
foods market, however, has fallen on
dull times, nccording to all reports and
business has' accordingly slackened
"ipon raw material.
Foreign markets are very buovant.
London having opened fully 10 per
cent higher than the close of the pre
vious sales, while tho tendency in the
Australian markets is still upwards.
fcoiired basis: Texas, fine 12 months
S5W75; fine, S months, BO'S 5 5.
California northern, 7075c; mid
dle county, 65ifi6Sc; southern, 50
Oregon, eastern Xo. 1 staple, 7SW
'c; eastern clothing, COfTCSc; valley
N'o. 1, 5Tf70c.
Territory, fine staple choice, 80fJ
85c; 1-2 blood combing, 68 72c; 3-8
blood combing, 50W55C; 1-4 blood
rdmblng, 35 0 3SC; fine and fine med
ium clothing. 60?3c; fine and fine
medium French combing. 65ifi 70e.
Pulled, Dela'ne A, 85c; AA, 75
80c:A supers. 60 W 75c; C supers, 23 5?
Mohair, best combing, 27 fi 30c; heft
warding, 22'W25c. ' '
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Holders Take lTofits
Hid Client Drops
CHICAGO, gept. 3. (A. T.) Clos
:ng of spreads between this market
and Winnipeg, the sellln operations
be!r.g at this end. together with con
siderable profit-taking sales, exerted a
weakening influence on wheat at the
board of trade here yesterday and
final prices were at the bottom, with
net losses of 1 tl 1 cents being
hewn for the day. Lowering of cash
wheat premiums and the fact that ex
port business dropped off entirely, ow.
ng to yesterday's advance in prices
ilso had an effect. Outside purchas
es in the pit were less extensive than
on the former day and there was an
absence of aggressive buying. The
close was weak with wheat 1 to 2
cents lower, corn 1 to 1 w cents down
and oats 3-8 to 1-2 cent lower. .
Corn advanced early, only to react
later to under yesterday's finish, large
country offering and hedging sales be
ing a factor, combined with a drop of
fl' '4 cent in premiums in the sam
Oats were stronger eariy and lower
later with other grains. The outside
trading was light.
Provisions averaged higher with the
bulk of the trade in lard. Packers'
brokers were good buyers of nearby j
In South and West
NEW YORK, Sept.' 3.- (A. P.
Bradstrect's today says: '
Jobbing trade reports aro more
cheerful, especially from the south and
west and this excess optimism seems
to have had a good basis In a larger
volume of trading for fall account. Jn
addition, the industrial situation has
improved somewhat. Several import
ant cities note a reduction of unem
ployment, there has been a marked
upward surge in prices or raw cotton
and cotton goods, grain marketing has
been free with exports heavy and there
Is a better trend to late crop reports,
Modifying the general more cheer
ful trend of the majority of the week's
happenings, it Is noted that the stock J
market has continued to display in
decision, hut foreign exchange rates
have ruled stronger and the bond mar
ket has shown more life.
P.etail trade Is inactive, as nt un
usual at the c'.ose of summer
I OFFICE CAT
Weekly bank clearings were $
M0. 000. f.' , -
Hoh and -L:inil)H
!icr, rattle Lower
- OMAHA, Sept. 3.-Cnited States
nirnmi of markets.) Hops Receipts,
IO00; early clearance effected with
market active at prices strong to irPc
higher; bulk better grades, 7.5(iro
8.75; top, $9.10; bulk packing grades,
Cattle Receipts, 1000; fed steers,
steady to 15c lower; all other classes
around steady; no choice yearlings or
handy weight steers included; top for
day, $9.35 paid heavy steers.
Sheep Receipts, 6u00; entire sup-j
piy consisted of lambs from western
states; falling off in supply acted a
tonic to Rtneral demand and prices
were fully 25c higher; spots more- ton
I for day was $7.90 paid for five-car
string of Xevadas averaging 74 pounds
with practically no sort, while others
ranged down to $7; sheep were in odds
and ends, with market unchanged;
"Are (he women we love tho wom
en we marry?" says film ad. No, in
deed! All of us are not bigamists.
Wl1 HUM M W r iur
We Know People Uke That
Tho little eight year old daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Callahan, In speak
ing of the temperament of her Boston
97,- lull terrier, remarked today: "He's
nearly always nice to nearly every-'Jj'dy.-'
Corsets were first worn In France
at the time of the Revolution, but had
previously been worn in Germany,
where they were invented.
It is necessary for telephone ope
rators In Egypt to speak English,
French, Italian, Greek and Arable.
Siiiuctlilna's Happened Asitln In '
(From the Creston, la., Advertiser
Hardly a day passes but something
out of the everyday run of things takes
place. It may be an auto accident, a
dog flsht, or a fire, but one can always
rely on something taking place. Today
the main excitement in the business
district, up until 2:30 this afternoon,
Was a fistic encounter between two
gentlemen who reside In and near
Creston, which occurred on North Ma
How the encounter started was not
(earned. The first Inkling that' any
ine had that things were going amiss
ariis when a baby girl loudly screamed
hat some one -y aa "hurting my papa,"
snd thin set up a scream that could
Se heard a block away. ' "Smiler"
Towne was engaged in cleaning up the
engine house, ana, hearing the scream,
rushed to the window and, seeing a
battle in progress, hurried out nnd
Placedohe contestanta under arrest.
Matter of Salesmanship
Once the saying prevailed. "A man
s known by the company he keeps.
Now you size a man by the companies
i . . . .'
It is said that President Hardlnj
plays poker and that he Is Just as apt
to be shy In the pot as any ordinary
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY
. LABOR DAY ,
It's But a Step Here
. You will find your walk of a block or two down the
street a mighty good investment. .. The little prices oh
small articles are savings in proportion to your divi
dends on larger investments. It pays to pay cash in
Penney stores. : .
Duro Belle Hair, Nets, the double kind, cap shape:...10c
Society Sport Veils 5c, 10c
'Dress Snaps, all sizes 5c, 8c card
Hair Pins, package ........2c, 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c
Pearl Buttons, assorted sizes, good quality card ...5c
Shell Hair Pins package 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c
Safety Pins, all sizes, high grade pins, package 8c
Lead Pencils 2 for 5c and 5c each
Bias Tape, 6 yard bolt, white or colors ....10c
Embroidery Edging, 3 yard bolt... :.............10c
Pins, package ...................2 for 5c; 5c, 8c
Ric Rac Braid, white or colors, bolt 10c, 15c
Trimming beads, bottle ...........:.......'..............8c, 15c
Darning Cotton, 2 srooIs 5c
Clark's Sewing Cotton, 150 yard spool ......... ...'...:....:.5c
Coats Crochet Cotton, spool .....10c
Colgate Shaving Soap, bar ........... ....i... .."..5c
Djer Kiss Talcum Powder ...25c
Djer Kiss Toilet Water :..J.1...1'.$1.79
Djer Kiss Perfume, 1 oz - t .$1.79
Colgates Dental Cream, small 8c '
Colgates Dental Cream, large 19c
Colgates Talcum Powders, all odors .... .....J.;..?. 15c
Mennens Talcum Powder .............t ,.19c
Air Float Voilet Talcum 10c
Mentholatum, large . .....89c
Mentholatuni, medium ,...:......39c
Mentholatum, small 19c
Packers Tar Soap : .19c
Cuticura Soap a.... 19c
Prophylactic "Penetrator" Hair Brushes 9Sc
Keepclean Hair Brushes 49c
Keepclean Clothes Brushes 49c
Tooth Brushes .., 10c, 25c
Prophylactic Tooth Brushes, each ........33c
Pebecco Tooth Paste 35c
Pepsodent Tooth Paste, tube 39c
Hinds Honey and Almond Cream 33c
Palmolive Vanishing Cream, jar 39c
Palmolive Cold Cream, jar 39c
Palmolive Talcum Powder .: 19c
Palmolive Face' Powder .', ........:....;..39c
Pompeian Talcum Powder, can ...19c
Pompeian Beauty Towder 39c
Pompeian Massage Cream .....39c
Pompeian Night Cream .... ,..,.....39c
Pompeian Day Cream ...J...39c
Pompeian Toilet Water $1.19
Colgates Shaving Cream, tube . 29c
Colgates Shaving Stick .......29c
Colgates RefiH Shaving Stick ...;....... 19c
Gillette Safety Razor with 3 blades, leatherette case 83c
Vaseline, Carbolated or Pomade 10c
Powder Puffs, each ...5c, 8c, 10c
Face Chamois 10c, 15c
J. C. Penney White Laundry Soap 4c
J. C. Penney Naptha Soap !..... 4C
Lava Soap jc
Penn Olive Soap "...."..."!."..5c
Jap Rose Soap .........".......!!.. 8c
Creme Oil Soap l....""".r...!..li".'8c
Perfection Sanitary Napkins, each ...!....l...."!.".!".."...5c
Ferns Sanitary Napkins, package of six . .!...'.l29c
TOE IjARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT.
STOllE ORGAN IIATION L TIIE WORLDS
If a man deserves praise he doesn't
want it, and if he wants it he doesn't
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Amc National Bank BojiiB An Informal Meeting of the bYnreme council
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Cleanest, Hottest and Most Economical
I B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
Cruikshiink & Hampton
'124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Old PnniKura Taken In Exchange aa Part Pajrment oa New
avlHaiT AyeMa la Pcndirtoa for Aerolu (No Whip) Porch -
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Tin rnp "f the tiuprerr.e Counol of Di 'mut ft mapped in the garden of the p vsldi-ntirl
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.Your Father's Religion
Many a man can still hear in memory hia fath
er's prayers at family worship. But not all such
men are giving their sons the basis for a similar
Your children are beginning another year in
public school. Give a thought now to the sort of
religious training they are getting at home.
What sort of memory will your children have
of your religion?
- "This church wants to help you live up to your
highest ideab. We seek to strengthen your pur
pose to give your children a sound religious foun
dation. Won't you come to church and Sunday '
school tomorrow? '
Morning Service, 11 A. M.
,..., . Sunday School, 10 A. M.
Evening service, 8 P. M. "
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.
Both Sermons by the Pastor ' '
, PresBy terian' GHurch
"The Utile White Church":'