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OUTBURSTS OE EYERETT JRUE
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVEn'iNQ, SEPTEMBER 7, 1921
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Pricei and Associated Press Reports
1 amtm Ktoailr
On Portland Market
(From The Oregon Journal)
i'P at the previous range.
General cattle market rnir:
Choice steers 6.00(9) 6. BO
Only mutton nnd lamb arrived nt j Medium to rood steers
Northr Portland Tuesday, there beinc
no carloads of new muff la the cattle
ii nd hog alleys. All prices were nom
li ally unchanged.
There was a run of nine loads In the
Kheep and Iamb division at North Tort
land Tuesday. Trade conditions were
active with prices generally steady.
General sheep ana lamb runre:
Vst of mountain lambs $ .00 6.80
rett valley lambs 6.60 6.00
I-sir to good lambs .... 5.00 5.50
Cull lambs - 1.600 S.00
Feeder lambs 4.500 6.00
1-iirht yearlinns 4.000 4.50
Heavy yearlings 1.506 3.00
llKht wethers 2.50 3.00
Heavy Wethers ... 3.000 3.50
Kwes 1.00 3.00
While 111.75 is the extreme price
for hoits, the market ruled steady
Tuesday at North Portland, although
one lot brought an additional dime at
I11.S5 Tuesday morning1.
General hog market range:
Prime light $11. 23 11.75
Smooth heavy, 260 to 306
pounds 9. 50 (i 10.50
Smooth heavy. 300 lbs,
up 8.50 IT 9.50
Rough heavy S.flflfS 9.00
Pat pigs U.00ll.50
Feeder pigs 9.50010.00
Stairs .. 4.00 7.00
tattle trade likewise showed a
Fair to medium steers
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cows and
Fair to medium cows and
Common cows, heifers . .
Fair to good feeders . .
Choice dairy calves . .-.
Prime light dairy calve
Med. light dairy calves.
6.00 J 6.50
Heavy calves S.E0 7.0
Heavy Volume Of
Sales On Stock Exchange
NEW YORK. Sept. 7. (A. P.) Re
sumption of business on the stock ex
change yesterday was accompanied by
further involuntary retirement of the
short account and Intermittent signs of
Trading was on the largest and most
comprehensive scale of any day in sev
eral weeks. Speculative issues were the
principal beneficiaries, however, not
ably Industrials and specialties
which were most depreciated In the
spring and midsummer reaction.
Latest happenings in the Mexican
situation, especially the announcement!
of an agreement between American
steady tone at North Portland Tues- oil interests and the Mexican govern-
day. There were no carload supplies 1 ment, placed those snares in we front
and the limited offerings were picked rank.
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A BIT OF CHINESE WISDOM
Though the white gem be cast into the dirt, its) pur-
cannot be sullied; though tlie good man live in
a vile place, his heart cannot bo depraved. As the
fir and the cypress withstand the rigors of live' w.n
ter, bo resplendent wisdom is safe in difficulty and
It is the quality and sincerity of our bank servtac
which we desire foremost, with this in mind we in
vte your account.
The AmmcanNalional Bank
'Strangest Bank in Gastern Oregon"
Mexican petroleum's Initial gain of
four points was speedily extended to
S 1-2. Kindred Issues rose on to near
ly three points, with moderate gains In
other foreign oils and Junior domest
ics. Prominent steels, equipments, cop
pers, shippings, sugars, tobaccos
and chemicals, likewise their acces
sories, gained 1 to 14 points at their
best. The entire list was subjected to
sharp downward revision before the
close, however, Mexican forfeiting half
its rise, while many other stocks can
celed almost all their advantage. Sales
were 735,000 snares.
Any tendency toward easier monev
conditions was nulified by lust Satur
day's clearing house statement, which
reported an actual deficit of cash re
serves. All call loans were negotiated
at 51-2 per cent and time offerings
a aeciine or slightly more than 2
cents In sterling exchange was attri
buted to sentimental causes, notably
the Irish situation. French and other
continental bills were reactionary, es
pecially Holland and the Scandinavian
Bonds derived much of their up
ward impetus from the better tone of
the stock market. Mexican and Bel
gian' issues were distinctly strong, with
other foreign offerings. Convertible
rails added to recent gains, but liber
ties were irregular. Total sales, par
Wheat Goes Higher .
lioses on Profit Taking
CHICAGO, Sept. 7. (A. " P.)
Highest prices on the present upturn
were made for wheat here yesterday,
December showing over 8 cents above
Friday's close and 21 points above
the low of two weeks ago. The sen
sational upturn In cotton, combined
with a broader speculative trade and
with the probability that Russian re
lief would take much wheat, made the
upturn easily attained. An increase of
4.0S 1,000 bushels in the visible supply
of wheat combined with selling against
offers and profit-taking lato in the
day, caused a setback and most of the
big advance was eliminated. Final
wheat prices were steady to 1C high
er, while corn ruled unchanged to 5-8c
lower and pats steady to l-8c higher.
Corn was firmer early, but reacted
quickly on heavy selling of December.
Outside trade was only fair. Crop re
ports were generally . favorable with
the crop maturing fast.
Oats following other grains, being
higher early and reacting later, but
showed more strength than corn.
Provisions were easier on selling of
January lard by packers, while the
strength In cottonseed oil influenced
buying of the nearby deliveries, with
foreign buying October lard.
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m v -cs , . .
Sheep Receipts, 40,000 head; only
25 per cent of big run at hand killing
classes; balance mostly feeding lambs;
market active on all kinds at prices
strong; good and choice western
lambs; market active on all kinds of
prices strong; good and choice west
ern lambs,$7.358; several strings of
Nevadas at latter figure; top, 68.10;
early top yearlings, $4.75; others,
$3.75; ewes, J3; bulk good and choice
feeding lambs, J6W6.40; top, 16.60.
Many Feeder Lambs
Handled at Omaha
OMAHA. Sept. 7. (United States
Bureau of Markets.) Hogs Receipts
C500 head; market held fully steady In
spite of lower tendency elsewhere.
Yesterday's top, $9.35 was paid for one
full load of spring shoats, with bulk
medium and light butchers from $S
9; bulk packing grades, $6.'75 7.25.
Cattle Receipts, 7300 head; choice
beef steers steady, others 10 to 15c
STYLE. SHOW PROFIT
MANSFIELD, O., Sept. 7. (I. N. S.)
Farmers near here are. finding that
hogs and corn make a profitable com
bination. They make whiskey from
the corn and then feed the mash to the
pigs. Sheriff Haufman and deputies
learned the other day when they went
to the home of Peter Miller, where
they found a fifty-gallon still in a
cemented cellar under a pig pen. The
odor from the hogs killed the fumes
from the still.
Miller admitted that he had been
running off fifty gallons of corn whis
key weekly. A big nest of bumble bees
stood guard over the entrance to the
lower; top yearlings. $10.50; all other cemented cellar
English and conser
vative lasts, black or
'., $1.98 to $3.79
I S VJTal ii
n a. a. I
312 DEPARTMENT STORES
New Fall styles, kid
or calf leathers, black
$1.98 to $6.90
Waterproof your bathroom with Valspar
WATER may splash suds and lather may fly scalding steam
may cloud the room, but no harm will be done to your bath
room woodwork when protected by Valspar Varnish
For Valspar is absolutely waterproof.
But not only in your bathroom, in every room in your home there
is woodwork that needs Valspar protection.
Th. VamUh That Wont Turn Whit
D -M.Mkr that Vilcnar t v.PV mictl trt Onnltf SOfl that It IS DOOf CCOrt-
omy to let yourself be talked into buying cheap varnish. , Valspar costs
more than ordinary varnish re-varnishing costs more than Valspar.
Fall is the Time to Varnish
W. P. Fuller & Co. uuruu?"I
Tit loUmmi fmtttt Willriffl f m
Murphy Paint Go.
The Offlscat, who always keeps the
Interests of the rtound-l'p close to her
heart, has decided upon an official
TSlg Hat Slacker List for those who
fall to wear the cartwheel skypieces,
Our list for today is: I If II Gary, ISyron
Gumm, 8yd Williams and Knh Jones.
Note: Information regarding other
offenders will be appreciated.
We think the lady mentioned in
tnis acl in yesterday's E. O. must be
the best little helpmate In the world;
aihAUx employment wanted Man
and wife. Can do most anvthlne
with stock or machinery. Blacksmith
by trade, handy at anything, have
handled men for years wife will
work under suitable conditions.
The Society for the Kverlastimr Ex
tirpation of J. Harley Corn anoiince.l
as the slogan of Its membership cam
paign: watch Our Membership
wruw. aibh: The printer divided the
word at the wrong place. Wherfore:
Watch Our Members Hip Grow.
AV.Uson Is Hors De Comlmf.
(From the Michigan City Evening
Notic;! female whifn nn.i i.,i
nounn, r-r-werlnji to tho n.ime
yueenie, win come home if tho per-
n wno nas Mm will turn him loose.
Otherwisj tiouble wll! follow.
Oregon's Higher Institution ol
Eight Schools; Seventy Departments
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19. 1921
For mlormtliM writ lo the RrcUtrir
Oregon Agricultural College
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COMPOUND COPAIBA ndCUBEBS
AT YOUR. DRUGGIST1
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Here Are the Fall Coats Little Girls Will Wear
CZnZmJk3TIJ Plain embroidered and fur trimmed models in all the new colors.
t2iLJ I Ages 2 to 6 Ages 7 to 16
$4.50 10 $12.50 $6.90 $19.75
The new fall coats for children display an individuality not usually found in styles for "little folks."
Cozy coats of rich lustrous plush or cloth coats of velour, bolivia and novelty materials in an assort
ment large enough to allow one's fancy to wander in style, color, material and trimming.
Attractive Penney prices are not the least of the appeal of these good looking juveline wraps.
When you have examined the materials and the tailoring you'll appreciate why it pays to pay cash in
Another shipment in yesterday's express of
fers new patterns, sizes and fabrics in those
All Wool Two Pant Suits $8.90, $10.90
. With these new numbers added to our already
large stock of boys' suits it will be an easy mat
ter to find clothes for your boy to suit your ideas
of style, fabric and price. Sizes 7 to 15 years.
School Means Middies
There's nothing quite so becoming to girls for
school wear as middies. Practical and service
able too. .With our new prices for fall y vi11
find it easy to own several different color com
binations for your daughter. Sizes 6 to 22.
$1.25, $1.79, $1.93, $2.93
.THE LARGEST CHAW DKPAItTMKMT.
I STORE ORGAXIZAXIOjr IN XUii WOKLfl
PINWHEEL DOESN'T SPIN
NEW YORK. Sent. 1 IT V n i
Bella Oolla. who nerform. "h,,m
Pinwheel" stunt In vaudnvllla when
not otherwise employed as plain Isa-
ueua Tooie. cleaner and river, loot
stage engagement at Prmin h.mi,
Rhe lost her "props." They vanished
as she Btopped her automohllue for
in errand while en route to the Fall
River steamer pier.
The "props" consisted chiefly she
explained in Tombs Court, of a pair
" nen Miss Toole emerged
from the store she caught sight of a
man making away with a suit case In
which were her tights. She pursued
Patrolman Thomas Dwyer caught
he man, who wild he stole to get
'win- lur mugs.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chronln and Nervous Diseases
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You are living in an electrical agtf
make the most of it. Come in and
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Vacuum Cleaners, Toasters, Grills,
Percolators, Water Heaters, Stoves,
Radiant Heaters, Lampij Fixture!,
Sewing Machines anything and
REDUCED PRICES OX
And Oilier Articles In
J. L. VAUGHAN
Eloctrio and Gas Supplies
Phone 139 200 East Court St
A. C. Eoeppen & Bros.
The Drag Store That erre
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