The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 29, 1924, Page 3, Image 3

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    SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1924
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GOOD MARKET NEWS
A guide,, for buying Groceries,
? Meats and Food Supplies.
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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Bears rlammer Persistants
and Accomplish -Drop in
, Prices on Exchange
NETV YORK, March 8.Prices
ot industrial stocks continued to
yield, today under the t pertinent
hammering of bear traders. A
rally; based on short covering in
spired bjr the announcement that
Corn Products, old stock, bad been
placed on a $10 annual basis, set
in toward the. close, but not until
after the average of 20 leading in
dpstrlal stocks had established a
the early trading on buying obvi
ously influenced by the publica
tion of additional favorable Feb
ruary earnings statements, particu
larly by the northwest carriers.
These gains were materially re
duced or cancelled later when
heavy selling developed in Norfolk
& Western.
New low records for the year
were established by United States
steel common, 97; American Can
at 102; Baldwin 115 and Stude
baker at 91, but all made a
good " recovery from their low
prices of the day.
Oil shares moved up with rails
in the early dealings in. further re
flection of another decrease in
erode oil production, but they fell
back with the rest of the list in
the selling which engulfed the
market soon after the noon hour.
Call money opened at 4 per
cent and. then advanced to 5, where
it closed... Time money rates were
unchanged, the shorter maturities
new low record for the year.
Rails moved up 1 to 3 points In commanding 4 per cent and the
BACON
15 c Per Pound
-This bacon is our best light weight sugar cured
bacon. It got a little too' warm and was over smoked.
Purq Pork Sausage, no water, no cereal 15c
Slt PoHc, xnedium heayy 14c
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We are now cuttingrsome choice Montana heifers.
The best meat on the market at this time.
Pure Lard
in bulk 13c
- Our own make Bring your empty pails.
We Have a Nice Lot of Dressed Chickens
for Today
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Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
Phone 1421' s-"t " - - '-"173 SromTr
' Open until 8 P. M. Saturday Evenings
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Appreciate the SPLENDID VALUES we
are offering in Dependable Groceries and
Meats. That's why we doubled our busi
ness in two years.
. If you want to save, "Park in front of
DAMONS today.
Banana
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High Grade
5 Fail Lard
Beat warn
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Yellow Newtown Appl
Box
. ,. i. .60c
ef 47c
es,
$1.25
Pure Maple Syrup frdni Qlymer, New -
I ? York, Gallon $3.00
Pure Maple Sugar, poiuid 35c
Large Dill Pickles, doz: 30 c
Sweet Pickles; Pint ; :25c
Spinach; fresli, Poiind 10c
IN THE
MEAT
MARKET
Mcf Holld
l-Ycsh Smelt
4 lbs: 25c
Pork
Shoulders
15c
Lamb
CUpps
35c.
Leg of
Lamb
35c
1 v .Fresh ,
Hamburger -
13c , y:
2 Its. 25c
Leg
of
35c
Shoulder
of
20c
Potk
Chops
3Lb,
40c
Buy your f resh rnear ard groceries at the
same time
DAMON'S GROCERY
Today we pay 18c Cash for. Eggs
longer dates 5. Prime commer
cial paper was unchanged at 4'
per cent,
Another - sharp gain in Spanish
pesetas to 13.30 cents, a new high
record for the year, was the feat
ure of the foreign exchange, mar
ket. Strength . of Spanish ex
change is believed to be due to the
restrictions imposed by the Span
ish government im irading in that
currency, Other European rates
held firmdemand sterling ruling
around $4.J01od French francs
around 5.47 xents.
WHEAT PRICES AT
NEW LOW LEVELS
Values Break to Withoin
Quarter Cent of Dollar
Mark in Chicago
Tenant Must. Have Fire. ChiiarenTo! GclHpme
Like This and Each New Baby Saves $2 a Monti
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Fruits and Vegetables In
crease in Quality. as Sea
son Advance
at i the Chamber of Commerce
luncheon .Monday. He will have
as his topic, .'Cooperation."
'..After attending the University
of .Oregon law school Justice Co
shoWi studied law for two years
under Judge I. K. Weatherford at
Albany. From there he went to
McMinnville where he practiced
for five year! before establishing
his residence at Roseburg, where
he lived until his appointment to
Ten cents a pound is the pre
vailing prices for rhubarb on local
markets and since it Is of unusu
ally good quality this season is
popular with the housewives.
Green peas which have been on
the market but a short time, are
reduced in price from 30 to 25
cents a pound. The quantity is
limited, but what comes in is in
great demand.
the supreme bench by Governor
Walter M. Pierce on January "15,
this year, j ' 'Jytl ;
Justice Coshow served "in the
1905-07 legislature as . senator
from Douglas . county. ' For & 10
years he was a member of the
state board of higher curricula.
Dr. H, E. Morris, presidentjof
the Kiwanis club, has urged 'all
members of this club to be presetj
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CHICAGO, March 28. Wheat
values broke to within a cent
to $1 a bushel today with all de
liveries reaching a new low record
for the season. Reappearance of
liquidation on the part of holders
of wheat, corn and oats and pre
ceded the fresh downturn of prices.
Wheat closed unsettled at c to
14c net decline, with May (1.00
to $1.00, and July, $1.02.
Corn, c to Hie off; oats, c
to lc lower, and provisions
varying from 10 to 12 cent set
back to a gain of 2 cents.
In contrast with the weakness
which later developed, the grain
markets early showed a tendency
to advance. Predictions of colder
weather with rain had led to a
temporary reversal of position on
the part of a number of traders
who previously were active sellers
but who inferred that adverse
weather would bring renewed de
lay to oats seeding, as well as hin
der the movement of corn and
wheat. Absence of selling pres
sure, however, was- subsequently
less noticeable than apparent de
ficiency of buying power. Then,
the lack of any aggressive support
for the wheat market was given
decided emphasis , after midday
when word came that Canadian
oats were continuing to find a
ready outlet in New England. Be
sides weakness of the New York
Stock , market and in cotton had' a
bearish effect on grain. "
Only as wheat approached the
dollar-mark was there much let
up in the selling after liquidation
here bad once got under way. The
dollar-mark .pause in the selling
of wheat j was also coincident with
depression of corn to 75 cents for
May delivery, a price regarded as
about even with hogs at $7.50,
the first time in a long while that
such an equal ratio has been es
tablished.
Corn fell to the lowest prices
touched of late. Oats went under
40 cents for September, a new
bottom figure for the crop. Pro
visions sympathized to some ex
tent with the weakness of grain.
Above ia shown on of the 1.800
"forty-minute homes which have
been erected within the last year
by & Schenectady. N. Y., real estate
operator. They are rented only
to couples' who "have five or mora
children. For each child born on
the premises the rent is reduced
$3 a. month. ' '
Justice Coshow Speaks
To Chamber Next Monday
Justice O. P. Coshow, of the
Oregon supreme court, will speak
sold 350 bales of Oregon hops at
prides just a little lower than the
same hops were selling shortly
before his departure. The hops
were 1921s, 22s and 23s. ; No one
knows just where the hop market
stands, he said. .
Thousand Boxes Oregon
Prunes Sold Yesterday
A new tone on the prune market
was . shown yesterday when the
Oregon Growers Cooperative asso
ciation sold 1000 boxes of 60s for
domestic consumption in the east
at 9 cents. This is the first
sale of prunes of this size that
has been made by the association
for a month. This price was paid
f.o.b. dock at Portland. Other Or
egon 30s have been sold by other
dealers from time to time at 9
cents a pound. Those sold were
packed in 25-pound boxes.
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SALEM MARKETS
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QBAIir AMD HAT
No. S wfcMt
No. S red wkekt, tacked
OtU 45
Cheat hay
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481
$11
13 $14
13 & U
wholesale and an
ao re tat
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Clover say, baled
Pricea Quoted are
price received by farmer.
pricea are jiren.
EGGS, BUTTE. BXTTTEBTAT
Creamery butter 48c 49c
Butterfat delivered 4 46c
Milk, per cm S2.10
Eggs, selects 19c
Standards ., 17c
Pulleta 14e
Heavy aene..
rOTJXTBT
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.140
H odium and light hens
rvtto, iiuitub ADO asu
Rom, top, 150-125 Irs., ewt $7.50
Hog top, 225-Q75, cwt , $7.00
Hogs, top, 275-800, cwl $6.50
Light lows, ewt $5.00
Rough heavy 04a UB uao
Top Veal, dressed 09e
Cows 02 0 04V,
Top lambs i0e
GENERAL MARKETS 1
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AyHEAT
i BUENOS . AL&ES, MarcfL 28y-i-
Opening: Wheal, April, 94c;M6wn
c; May, 95 &c, dowa hit. T
LIVEROPPL, MaFcb28 Close
wheat. A& to d lower; May,
8s. 10d; July, 8s. 9d; October
8s, 9d; March, not quoted.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 28. No.
1 northern, $1.09 to $1.14;
No. 1 dark northern spring, choice
to fancy, $1.20 to $1.25;
good to choice, $1.15 to $1.19,
ordinary to Rood, $1.10 to $1.-
14; May, $1.09; July, $1.11;
September, $1.10,
PORTLAND, March 28. Wheat
hard white, bluestem and baart.
March. $1; April, May, 99c; soft
White, March, April. May. 97c;
western white, farch, April, 96c;
hard winter, northern spring and
western red, ' March, April, May,
93c,
Oats No. 2 white feed, March,
April. May. $32.50: No. 2 gray,
March. April, May, $31.50.
Corn No. 2 eastern yellow
shipment March. $32; April and
May. $31. 50;, No. 3 ditto, March,
$31.75, April, May, 31.
i Millrun March, April, May
$24.50.
Hay Portland and Seattle, unchanged.
DRIED FRUIT
NEW YORK, March 28. Evap
orated apples, dull; prunes, un
settled; apricots, quiet but firm;
peaches, quiet.
Oregon Hops are Wanted
More Than California':
i Oregon hops are in greater de
mand than those from California
particularly the Sacramento valley,
and buyers are willing to pay
better price for them, according
James It. Linn, .who recently re
More Candidates Filed
Declarations With Kozer
A nnmbfr of candidates- for dis
trict attorney vand representative
in the legislature, filed their state
ments yesterday with the secretary
of state. They were: f
John S. Medley, Eugene; for
democratic nomination for district
attorney for Lane county; slogan,
"Even and exact justice to all;
strict enforcement of prohibition
law."
Earl P. Conrad, Toledo; for re
publican nomination for district
attorney of Lincoln county; no
slogan.
Francis V. Galloway, The Dalles,
for democratic nomination for dis
trict attorney of Wasco county;
slogan, "For re-election."
John H. Carkin, Medford; for
republican nomination for repre
sentative in the legislature from
the eighth representative dl8tI"ict.
comprising Jackson county; no slo
gan.
W. F. Young, Sherwood, for
democratic nomination for repre
sentative In the legislature from
the 15th representative district,
comprising Washington county;
no slogan, "i -j: -J.
D. Wood, Condon; for repub
lican nomination for district at
torney for Gilliam county; slogan,
"Economically, transact official
business. Conscientiously enforce
the law."
Leland S. Finch, Baker; for
democratic nomination for district
attorney of Baker county; slogan,
"Economy, efficiency and honesty
In office, and strict enforcement
of all laws."
To praise good actions heartily
ia in some sort to take part in
them,
We have few faults which are
not more excusable than the means
we take to conceal them.
FRANK L. LEHMAN
GROCERIES
175 S. Commercial k . ' "
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Order By
Phone 305
DELIVERY
FREE
Prompt !
Service
Baking Powder Tomatoes
r:.s.Lb; $2.60 ,B?r.d::-40c"
K. C. 50 ozs., 50c size, CoCOa
Hershey's, lb. 35c
Crackers n ce
N. B. C, family VlC- t"0"ee
Bize UC Wason's Better Coffee
Vacuum Packed, AKg
1 lb. tin tJC
Raisins
Seeded. 11 oz. pkg. Of? Bulk Coffee
3 JC A rch Mend coffee QO
3 lbs5. 2JOC
Corn . 1
Tender Sweet Brand CatSUp - r
this con. is high grade or. Tomato Snider, li QOr
2 3C oz. medium, 3 WV
48c Corn Flakes
Nut Margarine v rpfcgs. . . ..25 c
Gem Nut and Wilso -
3 lbs- 40C Campbell
Soups A
Milk - AUC
Borden's and Carna- A ft -Good Batanas, 1 A
tion. tin .. 'iUC ""ibr 1UC
FresRffembles
ie mi
Quality and Kight Prices
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Mm
mm
FOUND AT LAST
For the particular house
wife, the bread which has
that crisp" brown crust and
which does not crumb to
pieces when cutting it. Try
our bread and you will be
convinced that it is all we
claim for it a most super
ior loaf indeed.
"Always a bit better." .
Peerless Bakery-
170 3f. Commercial
Removal 3alc
UNITED ARMY STORES
230 South Commercial St., Marion Hotel
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We move to our new location at 189 North :
Commercial street next Tuesday, April Is
GALE & CO. OLB LOCATION
Special!
for
Saturday
M
ondav
JS1.79
ixm
... !.69c
Men's cotton and wool mixed work pants
Men's khaki work pants
Extra heavy old hickery work shirts ......
Blue Chambre work shirts . L
Men's overalls or jumpers 220 denim 1 .. 114
Khaki breeches, lace leg .. . r....:,..1......4r:$25w
Officers' serge breeches, button leg, double seat :.$5.0f
O. D. wool breeches, laced leg .. .$400
Athletic union suits
Cotton and wool mixed union suits
59c
Army heavy leather halters with chain
Army horse blankets ; .
Army all leather heavy marching shoes
Officers dress shoes j ...
17 big one-lpound bars army soap ... ;
3 Jars Palm . Olive transparent soap .
-U:49
1345
-145
.51.00
Canvas gloves ...........
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s-: w f -
...10c
The Unquoted Prices
The real saving in your monthly grocery bill is not, made on the one day
specials that are offered as special inducements. ..Where you, really. save at
PIGGLY WIGGLY is on the every-day Low Prices on hundreds of items which
seldom appear in advertised low prices or specials. j
Tp convince yourself of this fact, bring a listor better yet some of -the
sales slips with prices you are paying, and compare, them with the swinging price
tags on PIGGLY WIGGLY shelves. This will be more convincing than anything
we might attempt to tell you. . v - . w
H FLOUR
Vashburn ; Crosby Gold, Medal
-;e.beM.4;ithe world, 49-lb.
kbag -..-T.,,.--. $1.77
Best valley flour, 49 lbs. .$1.25
SMOKED MEATS
W Hams, per lb :4. 25c
Swift Premium Bacon 37c
Med. weight lean Bacon 19c
Picnics, per lb 16c
COFFEE .
Royal Club per 1 lb. can . .-.J..42c
Royal Club per 3 lb. can .-. ....$1.15
Royal Club per 5 lb. can ...i...$2.05
Peaberry Coffee, per lb. . 31c
We also handle Hills Bros., M. J. B., and
Golden West Coffees.
SAUER KRAUT
One of the best foods for your health
as well as one of the most economical
to serve.
Monopole No. 2'2 cans .... ILi 15c
Del Monte No. 22 cans 18c
POTATOES
100 lbs. No. 1 grade r.
$1.75
K BUTTER, ETC.
Besi Creamery, per lb. ........
Ayilso Gem Nut and Nutola
3 pounds for
.48c
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COOKING OILS
Amazo, pts. 28c; qts. ..50c
i2 gallon 96c;. 1 gallon $1.87
Wesson Oil, pints 29c; quarts 52c
Vi gal. 98c; 1 gal. '. ....$1.92 V:
CEREALS '
Post Toaslies 3 for 1 25c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c -r
Grapenuts . :......"..17c
Cream of Wheat . . 22c
Kerr's Oat Meal No. 10 iOc
Carnation Pancake Flour, Na 10 60c
CANNED VEGETABLES .
Solid Pack Tomatoes No. 22 14c
Royal Club Maine Corn ; 19c :
Del Monte Cros,by Corn ....19c
Van Camp Pork and Beans, small .... 9c
.Van Camp Pork and Beans, medium 11c
Golden Bantam Corn . .. 25c
Del Monte Peas, med 19c,
4 Fresh fruits and vegetables PJGGLY WIGGLY carries a most complete as
sortment. You make your own selection, no waste, none to throw away.
For Saturday we will have Celery, Cauliflower, Radishes, Cucumbers, Toma
toes, Carrots, Spinach, Asparagus, Cabbage and Lettuce.
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WIGGLY
Phone 11.
456 Slate.
turned from an extended trip
atbe east.' While away Mr. Linn