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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports Flannel Blouses and Shirts For Large and Small Boys V 77- &oy THAT YOUR. PiVJTG MR. TRuB. I: 0-C5- tVfTfiQVT AW FORM I TK Fore),tn Bonds Lose On Irregular Market. NEW YORK. Sept, 16. '(A. P.) Pronounced weakness in some of the Mexican government and French mu nicipal Issues imparted an Irregular trend to yesterday's dealings in bonds on the New York stock exchange. Mexican 4s and City of Marseilles Cs were forced down 1 3-4, while loss es of 1 to 1 1-2 took place in Mexican rs and large 5s, Lyons 6s, Bordeaux (is and Paris-Lyons-Mediterranean 6s. Belgian and Czecho-Slovakian issues also were inclined to weakness, but Canadian bonds were In good demand, the Cs of 1552 holding steady around 100. Mixed changes prevailed In the rail road list. New Orleans, Texas & Mex ico 5s were pushed up 2 points, Fris co adjustment fis reached a new high level and gains of a point or more were made by Chicago & Alton 3 l-2s and Minenapolis-St. Louis refunding 4s and fis. Chicago & Alton 3s, how ever, slipped back 1 3-4 and recessions of a point or more were registered by Pennsylvania general 5s and St. Paul 4s of 1925. Investment Issues were in good de- lalive buying, with the result that WTiand throughout the day. Chicago changes were mainly within narrower dispatches revising rumors of packing house mergers were held responsible for the strength f Wilson company convertible fis and 5s, which were up 2 3-8 and I 3-8 poinfs, respectively. fjener.il Electric 5s and Hush Termi nal Building 5s were the other out standing strong spots In the Industrial list. Local tractions were a bit reac tionary on profit-taking. Liberty issues were irregular, price changes moving within narrow limits. Total sales, par value, were $14,- 634,000. i An Issue of 4 1-2 per cent eoliin-! undertone continued l limits. The strong. Public utility tssues made the most spirited advance, gains of 1 to 3 points in that group bringing many stocks to new high records for the year. Con solidated (las was actively traded in, closing at a net gain of 1 5-S points, and there was substantial, improve ment also in People's fj.as, Laclfele Oas and North American. Columbia A Pacific, after an early display 'of strength, shaded a bit on realizing sales. The railroad list was featured by ment trust certificates of the Illinois j 'he advance of New York Central to Central railroad was disnosed of at par and new highs for the vear hv private sale on a 4.90 to 4.96 basis, i Pennsylvania and New Orleans. Texas! This was said to be the first issue of 'and Mexico. Delaware & Hudson was I . I a - li- r, Azr - 1 " 4 1-2 eu.uipm.ont trusts since the war. The week" icw offerings probably will reach $150,000,000. Vrice movements In today's stock (market wero again irregular and in fluenced by professional activities, but the main trend continued upward. There was a. notlcenble slackening of bear pressure and less vigorous specu- !r , THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley RussniJ uttle in the name JtSyA.ffii H smokSoTd . VLA lilfi, F THE LAW M' -W M Str-ieT I MARSHAL OTEY WALKER (SAVE THE NIGHT WATCH MAN AN ACItlAi;4 DEMONSTRATION ofi HOW HE EXPECTS TO CAPTURE THAT SUSPICIOUS STRAN&ER NWHC IS STILL. HANVN6 AROUND THE CENTRAL HOTL. 1" No more sincere man for tin giwul of the coniiinon people can be found Hum the world wide beloved Seolelniinii Marry l.niiiler, who expressed himself us follow "The lia nk bisl'i shoulii lie Hie foundation or Hie raoilly Wintry." . ")n ev-v-vru pae there shoulii la- soiiietliln' nicer tlimi on Hie page before. Air ev-v-vm hank lusik should hue a ImPpy eiKliu'. 'I lie end of Ilio lust lingo should lie. continued in our next. Kesnirve Itesalrve, dial's what wo all' ought lo linn. Koine llihi' pdl aiwav from which we no' Ink' a llllle, even when we uuiit Hmmctlilii'." In every family there should he it Savings account hook, which furnishes the ideal anil prnetii iil way lo euro for tlie Mirplus. "ISosnii'Ve" The Aiiiei'iciin National Hank Invites you to stnrt sueli uil account at any day during bunking hour. The American National Bank Pendleton. Oregon. 0 Continuous fink!nj. CARLOAD OF FURNITURE JUST UNLOADED. Yc Invite Your Inspection. Why Wait. Be Ready for Hound-Up. A LARGE ASSORTS! KXT OF Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Bod Davenports, Dress ers, Chiffoniers, Overstuffed Davenports. Librarv Tables, and many other articles. sortment of Reed Furniture. Also a large as- TAKE ALVANTAGE OF OUR CARLOAD TRICES. Special Congoleum Product Rug: 27."1 S)c 3CL CHJIKSHANK & HAMPTON . .'UllTVCOUnt 124-28 E. Webb Thone 54S Tomr Old Fnrnltore Taken In Fiofimjire as ran Payment rm Jiea? Bxoiaarr Afeat ta Pendleton for McJKiuaU kJuben fablavu pushed up over .'I points, but. other changes were largely fractional' with gni and losses about evenly divided, j rhlcngo Livestock i Market. CHICAGO. Sept. iij(t s. depart-1 meat of agriculture. (Cattle Re-1 dupts, 4500 head; market active, gen-1 orally steady to strong on all classes; I fat native beef steers comparatively, source: finality and flesh condition! lather plain, top inaturerl beef steers, ! $11.35; hulk, $9.l0lovl0.(i0 bulk ho- logna bulls around $4.75; bulk veal I calves, $1 3.25i; IS. CD; bulk canners! and culters, $i.!(0ft:3.ti5. Hogs Receipts, 1 7 000 head; mar ket slow, unevenly, 1 o c, -r,c. higher; bulk 180 to 220 pound averages, $9.80 9.115; top, $19.00; bulk, 2:i(li;250 pound butchers, $9.50tfi 9.75; good and choice 275 W 300 pound butchers, $9. 001 9.85; packing sows mos'l.v $7.25 TiJ 8.00; pigs around J3. 75ft 9.25: heavy, $8.50 (r 9.00; medil.,m, $9.30 Oil 10.00; light, $9.70f710.00; light, lights, $9.25: packing sows, smooth, $7.25R.09: packing sows, rough. J7.00ft 7.50; kill ing pigs. $8.25 fi9.25. ,-Meep Receipts, 7500 head: fat 10 to 15 cents higher, top na tives. $14.0(1 to city butchers; best fed westerns,, $13.95; five cars Idahos, $14.00 with 50 per cent sort; feeder ends' bidt $13.50; paid late Thursday for lis pound feeders; sheep scarce and unchanged; choice Washington early breeding ones, $11.25. lambs. Seattle f.rain .Market. KEATTLK. Wash., Sept. 1(1. Wheat, hard white, SI. OS; soft white, western while, hard red winter, soft red win ter, northern spring, $1.07; western red, $1.05. Big Bend bluestem, $1.15. Hay and feed unchanged. OREGO.V ROADS (Continued from Page 9.) OFFICE CAT 1 Feeling In Industry Continues to Improve. NfiW YORK, Kept. 10. -(A. p.) nrndstreet's says: The better feeling visible In trade and industry as a re sult of the coal strike sf.m......,t i, been Increased bu further Improve ment In the railroad traffic situation, while rain and cooler weather In large crop areas have given an 'impetus to inn uuying, which is, however, con ceded late. It Is probable, too, that the apparent approach of the end Mf nearly two years of tariff agitation has been beneficial, whatever the inimedi ate result ns to duties may lie. There Is, of course, a. great ib-al or irregularity still visible in various lines, hut the big salient feature that lran industry is noli,, be longer starved in the matter of fuel supply lias undoubtedly made for a spoedhii,' up or industry, which slowed so dan gerously in some lines In August. Wholesale and jobbing ti;1(,. mis been better in many cities; retail trade lias also measurably Improved; indus try, parlicularly In iron and steel New Kngland cotton manufacturing has gone ahead wllh more confidence: demand from strike-ridden again begun to manifest life and col lections are a shade better. Weekly hank clearings were r.?v 61)0,000. I BY JUNKVS. i , lllood ami Sand Is it for her haughtiness. Or for her naughtiness. That N'ita's noted? She's never simpering, Crying or whimpering, A vamp She's voted. A mi lint. How n may live down his mistakes, at a bridge game how he luakes--ses 1 ricks, I he others frown, can he live those errors down? Then And f;rnln at sun V I'rniielKco. AN' PHAN'CINCO, Sept. 111. Wlie.it milling. SI. SOU! I. KB; feed. $1.7.-(. 1 Ml hurley, feed, $ 1. 1 5 W 1 .20: shii.ni.,.,' $ 1.25 U 1.35. Outs lied f 1, Sl.lldf, 1.N5. Corn While Kgyptian, nominal. Hay Wheal. $15'u 17; fair $13f . ti.ua H'.!.; W1C n.ltS 110 I.,.,- C..,if II,.. n,l..l.lr f'12; alfalfa. S I 16; stock. S94M1: Would hurt the ),,,! straw, $! 11. I . ' . Worry Cause I1' was a man II his life . He'd worked in a shipyard. And he had a baby And It was going lo be christened, And for a week He couldn't sleep nights tiecause lie worried bottl watch for roc7i hauling truck and t drive cautiously at querriea. Willuiiictlo Valley-ITorenaoo Highway Open and passable to Blachly by both Low Pass and High Pass routes. Low pass route is rocked to Goldson postoffice. Earth road from Goldson to Blachly in good condition. Corvallls-Xewport Highway Corvallis-Blodgett: Road rocked and I in good condition. Hlodgctt-Toledo: Earth road, rough in places but passable except after heavy rains. Toledo-Newport: Macadamized and in good condition. I .Mc.Miiniville-Tillumook Highway Mc.Minnville-Sheridan: Paved. Sheridan-Summit: Good macadam except short stretch at north Yamhill River which is rough and slow going. Summit-Dolph: Under construction; rough and slow going; in places. Dolph-Hebo (Junction Coast high way): Good' macadam. Hebo-Tillaninok: (See Coast Highway), Tualatin Valley Highway rorUandRcaverton-Hil!sboro - For. est rirove-Oaston-Yamhill-Carlton- St. Joseph-McMinnville: Paved through out. Ml. IoimI Loop Highway in Clnenka mas County Portland-Sandy: Take Powell Val ley road which is paved to Gresham. graveled and in good condition to Cot tre.ll; thence via Bluff road; graveled, fair condition. Bandy-Salmon River: Highway passable when dry, but roufth; im passable after rains. Detour via .Marmot .Road which Is mfistly plank ed and passable. Salmon River-JCig Zag: TJnsiirfac ed but sand and gravel soil and safely passable. 7.ig Zatr-Covernment Camp: Excel- lent earth road. Government Camp open. Ml. Hood Loop Highway in Hood River County. .noon. River-t'aritaaie: Good ma cadam road. Parkdale-Mt. Hood Lodge: Tw miles good macadam. Balanco goert earth road. lit. Hood Lodge open The Dalles-California Highway. Note: See Sherman Highway for Ideal for sehooj" wear. Neat, com fortable and ser viceable. U e ai Tallies af onr low prices. Boys' Flannel P.louse, good welsh t. two but ton flap pockets, yoke and faced sleeves. Splendid quality it only Boys' Flannel Sblrti, medium weight with a medi um high collar and two-button flap pockets; yoke and faced sleeves. Priced only. 98c $1.49 Flannel Shirts Gray or Khaki Waverly Caps New "Sure-Fit4' StyU Serviceable, medium weight; cut full made with one pocket. A good ' shirt at a low and popular yrice. $1.25 yuicHly adjusted to your exact size. Btow.off proof. Ideal for motoring and dress wea r. Popular' cloths; sarin liaed; Don breakable visors. For men and boys. $1.98 f1 mShSwk. HU1UEK - "'" ' 4iiftirwniM ' 317 Department Stores DOINGS OF THE DUFFS MARRIED LIFE CONVERSATION By Allman POWM SHOPPING THIS MORNfMS- LOOK AROUND AMD TRV AND .p-f DO VOL) CARE TOGO POWW 7 A NICE PRESENT , : H j ( For myseif - soMETHiNs j rrr lj NO. I 6UE55 I CAN'T 1 1 I EXPENSIVE? , 7 MAKEJT,S HORN,NG- I j 7f DO VOU THINK VOl 0 Jj J ' L OWE YOURSELF ONE? : voo see Tomorrow 15 oun. ANNIVERSARY AND IJU6T KnCVV oEact-E wh't Think op it - HE Always FCROET IT, so "(L GO POWN-AmD PUY lY O'.VM- POESVOUR HUSBAND ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU ONlYouKl ANNIVERSARY? NO, BUT I REMIND HIM OF IT IN JANUARy AND IN JULY AND IN THAT WAY I GET TNO ANNIVERSARY PRESENTS EACH "YE.AR! L, 7 ' HE MAY L'RPRiSL I I I m v ( and have o.se ntnj " - .Si ' . . 1 alternate route to Central Oregon. The Dalles-Dufnr: Take main highway to summit at Eight Mile. Creek, 9 miles south of The Dalle then detour via Boyd to Dufur. Road is rough. Dufur-Shaniko tvia Maupin and Bakeoven): Road in fair condition.. Shaniko-Madrafi: Best route Is via Antelope and Gateway. Between Shaniko and Antelope new macadam in good condition. Antelope to Ma dras in pood condition. Madras-Beuu: Uood macadam road, except Trail crossing of Crooked River which Is in fair conditi n for dirt Toad. Bend-Allen Ranch: Cinder and gravel surface in good condition. Allen Ranch-Fort Klamath: Dirt road in fair condition; few rougn spots. Fort Klamnth-Lamm's Mill: Dirt road with light grades and in good condition. Lamm's Mill-Klamath Falls: Ma cadamized and in good condition. Light cars are making trips from Bend to Klamath Falls in six hours. Klamath Falls-California State Line: All macadamized and In good condition with exception of two and one-half miles near Merrill. Some construction work going on, watch for barricades and red lights. Ashland-Klamath rails Highway. Green Springs route open. Road In fair condition. Medford-Ashland-Klam.ith Falls stages taking this route. yon to Rock Creek, . Mikkado, Clem and Condon. Leave Columbia River Highway at Blalock. Dirt road in good condition to point 6 1-2 miles north of Conaon; balance of distance good macadam. ' Condon-Fossil: Macadamized and in good condition. Fossll-Butte Creek-Summit: Grav eled and in good condition. Summit-Tilley's (mouth of Sarvtce LreeKi: Dirt road in fair condition during dry weather. Very rough. Service creek section is under con struction; best road to Spray is via Winlock. Tllley's-Spray: New grade: fair condition. Spray-DayvlH'e: Cicod condition. DayviMc-Cole's Bridge: In fair condition hut rough. Construction work under way between Cummlms creek and Valades ranch. Cole's Bridge-Prairie City: Grav eled road In' good condition. Prairie Clty-Unlty: Mountain road- open and in fair condition. Unity-Cow Valley: Fair count road. Cow Valley-Brogan: graded earth road. Brogan-Jamieson: New macadam. Jamleson-Vate: Macadamized and in good condition. Excellent Crater Lake Highway. Road open to Crater Lakn fro Medford on the racific. Highway an Between Jenny Creek and Keno ffnv Klamath Falls on The Dnllu. road is rough and dtisty on account of CalIfornia Highway. By the Medford logrlng operations. route a detnur is necessary G mile Klamath Falls-LaUevlew Highway. Klamath Falls-Dairy: Macadamiz ed and In good condition. Puiry-Beatty; County road, dry and sandy. Through cars will make better time by taking route via Bon anza. Bentty-Lakeview; Rough mountain road. f jttnrimF.Ttiiniii in nouns in mir conniuon. uest route is via Plush and Adel. llcnd-Lnkevicw Highway. Bend-Fort Rock-Silver Lake: Road Is in fairly good condition. The best ! route Is via Short-Cut. Silver Lake-Paisley (via west side of Summer Lake): Good dirt road. Palsley-Lakeview: Good dirt and i macadamized road. j Central Oregon Highway. I Bend-Burns: Good dirt road. Hums-Crane.- Macadamized and In ond condition. Crane-Vale: Open hut very rough. Carry water and plenty of gasoline. Road via Westfall in better condition than south route via Skull Springs. ale-lmtano: County road; fair condition. Ontario-Cairo: 1 mile macadam; remainder fair. Cairo-Nyssa: Macadamized; good -ondition. Bicgs-W.isco: Highway under con struction. county ro;id open and in fan- eondltion. Wasco-Mnro: New macadam. Mom-Grant Valley- I'nder construe 'ion. take old road southwest from Moro f$ miles to Nigger Ridire. then 'urn east into Crass Valley. Detour veil "iened hut rough and hilly. Note: Koad from Columbia. River 4ichwny to Crass Valley via Fulton "anyon ii also ..pen and in fair condi tion. Grass Valley-rhaniko: Road open ir.d in good condition. Shaniko-Antelope: In good condi tion. Antelope-Madras: In good condi tion vi G.iteway. John Day Hirer Highway. Arlington -Cordon: Highway under instruction between Arlington and i' i. lvt route is J Eia'-ock Can. north of Eagle Point. Take road via Derby and McLeod Bridge. The road around the Rim of Crater Lake la now open. Road from Crater Lake to Diamond lake is now open. DANCE! Cole McEIroy's Orchestra EAGLE - WOODMAN HALL Monday Night, Sept. 18 f gSs MONTE AUSTIN Famous Tenor of Jewels Sing ers i-vfrv nig'it ltound-rp wek. Admission ;5o to all then inr p,r dance. Dancinr rer S till S.