The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 30, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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C. K. Lrf3 . "1 " .Cit Editor"
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Aadred Bunch - .,-;. Society Editor
W. H. H-idereon , Circulation. Manager.
Ralph M. Kletttng - AdTertiaiiigv Mr
Frank Jaakoeki - Manager Job Dept.
F. A. Rhetea ? LlTMik Editor
W. C. Conner . - - Poultry Editor
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BUSINESS OFFICE:
Thorn.. F. Clark Coi JQw York, 128 136 W. Stat 8t: Chicago, Marquette BMf.;
Doty 4 Pay. Bharoa Bldg, Saa Fraaeiaeo. Calif.; Higgina Bldg., Loa Angelee. Calif.
Bailneia Office..
Society Editor..
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TELEPHONES:
Circulation Of flce583 Newt Departa)ent33-106
.106 ; Job Department ,..,-...v...--;',;
Entered at U Poet OKieo ia Salem, Oregoa, aeeond-clana Batter.
.turi flip,. itAo trr.zrx ad clean up and fertilize the land.
Ons.Ksa'tellajthsErsa cditcr ttarshctpparfrirtlr.lap
three, times with their wool, theummtton, and their aid fa
keeping the land clean and fertile.
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vi". AS ' .;. ; . July-20, 1023, . ' - "
THE ONLY SAFE TRUST:' Some trust In chariots and some la
i or sea; but we will remember the name of the Lord ear God! Psalm
20:7.- : 4 ; . . ,.
MAKE OREGON THE GREATEST SHEEP STATE
j, : Oregon may be made the first sheep state in the Union;
and the greatest increase in both number and averageweight
of fleece may rje made in the Salem district ; in the Willamette
valley; 'where every farm" should have some sheer- 1 ' .
: And all that is needed to bring about this most desirable
i primacy is to; keep on keeping on ;"; to foster the present
s growth and speed it up in'every possible way; to make a still
bigger sheep boom, which cannot become too wild a boom as
long as there Is room for a single additional well kept sheep
on our farms -and ranges.
, ..The sheep here in the Willamette valley does not need
much attention. It almost looks 'put; for itself- ; , r
d ;k Boards itself and yet pays for its board in wool and
mutton and destruction of harmful weeds and added fertility
to the soil; - Pays in cash products. Pays' in benefits pro
d ucing fcther cash products or. .an increase of. them. Pays
promptly and persistently ; pays year.in and year out and
several times a-year. ' - I
.The Slogan pages 4 have told .of our swine breeding
boom
That's where! the test sheepH,in th world come froniM
is an expression referring" to the Saferadistrict that1 will ce ho
dream, declares a breeder, of wisdom and experience, when
there is a flock of sheep on every farm, and a registered buck
at the head of every flock, u ; ' : - ( ; ; ; J.
V "Get some land and keep some sheep,' declares a suc
cessful Marion county man, "and you will always have money
in the bank." He says no man in this section tfho has stuck
to sheep, year in and, year out, has ever failed to prosper.
Karl Steiwer says it is cheaper to rent land in the Wil
lamette valley for sheep than to pay the high wages of herd
ers and for their support in eastern Oregon. ,
Henry Porter of Aumsville figures it out for the begin
ner. And his figures are more than conservative, as a reading
of the other articles will show. You can make more than 100
per cent on sheep, under certain conditions, here in the Salem
district. How many other investments are so certain of such
profits? : ' ' - . v .
The Slogan editor is sincere in his wish for a real sheep
boom of still larger proportions here. It "can scarcely be
.over done. It will not be over done as long as the United
States imports about half of her wool; in fact it .will not be
over done as long as this country is obliged to import any
wool; nor as long as our people eat only about six pounds of
mutton per capita a year, while they eat 60 to 70. pounds of
pork and beef. We might keep 100 sheep here in the Willam
ette valley for every one now on our land, and still not keep
pace with the increased demand in this country for wool and
mutton every year, with the growth of our population.
A SORDID LESSON
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Adele GarrUona New Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
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Teat art
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rBATX&XAU ORDER OP ZAOLFS.
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TYPOGRAPHICAL
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NO. 310 8ECOXD
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And of oi?r poultry industry boom
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' .And. many others ; showing that we have the land of
diversity; the country. of opportunity.
. But the isheep boom is not crowding out any fof the
others. It is?ielping them all, or most of them. The farmer
can raise -more, feed for his hogs arid cows arid poultry and
other animals; on his land because of the benefits, conferred
by sheep. Sheep contribute much towards making a balanced
industry of farming. -
A flock; of sheep on every farm, and a registered ram
at the head of every flock,", is a slogan offered by J.' G. S.
Hubbard of Monroe, a practical sheep breeder of wide exper
ience. T ;-; . r ;V-V:-'ri C-'-:.l-
; ,, We have a number of lamb clubs in this. section.. We
thould have niany more of them. They should be encouraged,
along with the pig clubs and calf .clubs, and every bank. and
every business man in all the Salem district ought to look to
this. These clubsa if organized in every section of this valley,
'will help. to keep the1 boys. and girU on the farms, and they
j will powerfully aid in making the whole country certainly and
. .solidly prosperous-- ' ; --r -? ;y . ,
t ' ; . And they will provide an insurance policy of stability, ,
j i i State Treasurer T. B. Kay has asserted on numerous
i occasions that sheep; are more profitable J than hogs, and
would be more profitable even without their production of
wool, because the sheep fatten themselves, and they clean up
f the weeds and make the soil more fertile
, And the wool is "velvet." v .
' . Mr. Kay believes the breeding in this section of medium
wool sheep as the most prof itable under our conditions
, We cari raise sheep equal to the best in. the world ; and
we should breed the best.
During a recent trial In this county the courtroom was packed
A large number of boys and girls in their teens were present. It is
reported that (he women outnumbered the men. ' ;
The case" was of a quasi-criminal nature.. The accuser a young
girl scarcely rage, held her baby la her arms Doth sunject.io me
glaring gase of-the curious crowd. The parent, true to ner mouter
Instinct, shared ihe pitiless 'shame and publicity of her daughter aa
they occupied Seats behind the railing which separates the bar from
the courtroom. ; - v ;---;-:-"- i ::' rvr --' " r."v ;
The defendant, denying responsibility- of. parenthood . of the
helpless babe, sat with his attorneys. Nature gare him the advantage
oyer the girl who could not eren attempt if she would to "deny
parenthood. v . j . , . . .
The eTidence was sordid, abhorrent, degrading. The psycholog
ical effect upon the youth who drank in every word with braren,
morbid curiosity was unfavorable to sober, moral thinking and
decision. tThe effect of such experience upon life In the adolescent
stage of development is reprehensible. The effect upon the future
of. at least come of those present is fearful to contemplate.
'." For the nrotectlon of , the youth preeent, and for the resulting
good of the community and state no minor should have been per
mitted in the courtroom at this or any other trial where similar
ATidence is riven and where such cases are tried unless for the
purpose of, giving pertinent testimony. . ... t
.. Under the constitution prohibition, of minor citizens from attend
ance upon trials of a criminal nature is not permitted. 'Morons, the
low minded and the morbidly inclined can regale themselves with
such sickening morsels ofscandal as given at this and other similar
trials in spite of the court. ; But the parents who either encourage or
permit their youth to thus degrade themselves . should hang their
heads In shame.'. And protests from 'the court might bar many, who
would without such! protest be present.
- CHAPTER 771 -
THE PROBLEMS MOTHER ORA
HAM BROUGHT . UP TO PUZ
ZLE MADGE
Katherlne and ,1 had little time
after all to enjoy the "surprise
which. Katie had painstakingly
prepared as the chef d'oeuvre of
my first luncheon at home."
It turned out to . be a special
kind of omelet, one of . her. best
culinary achievements, but Mother
Graham kept a watchful eye on us.
plainly begrudging every ' second
which kept Katie away from the
housecleaning . plans engendered
by the news of the Bralthwaltes
probable visit to us. Under her
grim scrutiny, we fairly bolted our
meal, and' when we had finished
she had an errand ready for me.
"I see you have the car out,"
she said in tones that indicated my
proper location tb be in front of a
firing squad. I knew you would
not be inline house halt an hour
before you went gallivanting ont
in it. But you can make yourself
useful at that. I want you to stop
at Mrs. Ticer's and see If she and
Celia can come over and clean
woodwork . and windows. Good
ness knows, I hate to have 'em
around deliver me from lady
helpers! but they're, good clean
ers and I can stand 'em for that
long." . '
"You won't be able to get
Celia," Katherine said quietly. "I
saw her at the hospital this morn
ing."' i -
"Not 111, surely? ! 'asked con
cernedly, for bright-faced, capable
Celia is a favorite of mine.
"Oh, no, indeed! But one of
the cooks is ill, and Celia Is tak
ing her place until she'recovers."
occasions me many embarrassing
moments. -!
"I intended going to the Ticers'
anyway," I said, and I am arraid
my tone betrayed my resentment
at her comment upon, my "galli
vanting." -Katherine wishee to
take her uniforms down to Mrs.
Ticer to be laundered -a rush or
der, of course." , '
I- should have known- better
than to mention' any other work
for Mrs. Ticer than that which
Mother Graham had planned. .
knew it the Instant the words left
my lips knew it by my mother-
in-law's stiffened figure and nar
rowed eyes, knew it also by Kath-
erlne's quick, frantic signal from
behind the older woman's august
back.
Pabliahod orory aaoraiag foaeopt Voa
iaj) at Satoav tha rapital of Alrofoa.
Local Rates
For Classified
Advertising
t!m
Daily or Saaday
1 coata par ward
.a ecoiU pot war
Ono
Throo tiiaoa.
Hlx " - NiU por word
uao aioatk, 4aiiy aa
Saaday -.. 80 eemta par ward.
Is rear to. oars tao atoro taaa oao
Ua rato. adrorUaaataat Mat raa ia
eoaaorativo Uaoea.
Ko Ad. takaa for loaf thaa S eoata.
Aiia. ra 8aa4y OULT ahargod, at
oaa-tiaa rata.
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INCONSISTENT
Many cities do not allow the use of their streets or parks
by carnivals chiefly on the ground of the moral quality of
their exhibitions and concessions Public opinion is forcing
the circuses even to new and higher standards of sideshow
performances. . -;i '-' ? -. n-?r
. Most towns and cities have put a ban on slot-machines
and other gambling devices.: Objection to petty: gambling
concessions is based partly on the fact that they are training
schools in gambling and other vices for youth. ; ' V. y
, But in order to obtain money with which tp defray the
expenses of fairs, gambling devices and gorgeously colored
outfits of various kinds that are: not now permitted by cir-
Madge Makes a Mistake.
"If that isn't Just like the Tic
ers!" my - mother-in-law declared
angr)ly. "They're the worst fam
ny to stay put i ever saw in my
life,; r never wanted 'em yet but
what, they were at the other end
of nowhere."
I resisted the impulse to tell her
that unless she employed the fam
ily on a steady salary she could
not expect them to hold them
selves ready for her possible needs.
It would have had no effect it
had - uttered the comment. My
mother-in-law's subconscious attl
tude toward an employee .la that
of :the old slave owners, and she
is too old and too set In her ways
to attempt' to change' It." But It
"Why, Mother!" !
"Why, of course?" Mother Gra
ham asked Icily. "Are you sum
moned to a case?" She whirled
on Katherine.
I stepped Into the breach
promptly.
"Why! Mother!" I exclaimed as
if in astonishment. "Who else
would take care of Mrs. Durkee?
She sent an especial request that
Katherine should come to. her
the surgeons found an operation
were necessary."'
roh, I see!" Mother Graham
said, the words slowly, .with her
eyes fixed upon- Katherine's. face.
and. there was that In her voice
which brought . a glint . to; roy
friend's .eyes, although she ' be
trayed in no other way that she
understood the touch of malice in
the older woman's words.-,, t
But I. who knew from .experi
ence what hateful absurdities' Mo
ther Graham could utterclfTher
anger were aroused, tried" to has
ten our departure. I knew what
had roused her anger. It was the
idea that Mrs. Ticer might 1 pre
sume to put Katherine's work be
fore hers.
"We'd better hurry." I ' said
briskly.- "If T, know Mrs. Ticer,
she'll have these uniforms on the
line in no time,', and be up! here
ready, for work while they're dry
ing." '- I'.
But Mother Graham was not to
be placated so easily. The Ancient
Mariner himself could not i have
exhibited a more glittering . eye
than that which she fixed on
Katherine. . .
"Has Dr. Braithwaite been con
sulted about this arrangement?"
shej asked Icily.
Airrrtlaemeata (aifapt FaraoaaJa
aad Silaatioaa Was tod) will bo takoa
orar tao toUpaoao if tao adrartioor ia
a aahaerfbor to paowo.
Tho Btatoamaa will roeolro adror.
tiaeaaoata at aay liaao of tao day or
aifhu To Lararo propor elataifUo
tioaa ada. ahomld o U koforo 7 p. am.
.j TXLEPHOSt 23 r SIS
Money to Loan
I ' 0 Bel Eitato
! T. K. FORD
(Ottr Ladd a Boah Baak)
vTTArxxix-::
row oardex 'PLOwrta, BinvfT
di(iM vorhv aM It Ft.
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FOR RE7TT
21
FOa EIST STOBEROOat OH 8TATC
atroaX lacairo fiotoi Art. SllSaU
PRINTED CARDS. SIZX 14 BT TH"
wordio ' Tar Koak.". avteo 10 ooaU
oaea. Stauaaaaa uaalaooa Ottiea, oa
tov i f toer. - '
FOR RENT- ApartmtmXj 23
APARTMENTS 110
DIVISION BT.
IJai
MODERX FCRXISHED APARTMENT,
cloao la. . Adnlta. Hi Parry St.
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POR RENT 3 ROOM APARTMENT
faralahod or aafaraUhad. IS. 41S
Xorta Slat. -. - - - - 23jJl
FOR RENT APARTMENTS SSI K.
eiaL
Com-SJtl
BEP0RX iTOU LEAVR TOUR HOMX I
I ! - j or Car hats it
j Insured Properly
Phoaoiiet. Boako
Baak Bldr.
drieka, 17. 8.
S8-tf
FOR BENT PCRXI8HED ' APART-"
aarat. Pint floor. - 411 -X. Hmvi
Aba (arac ho. N. Ca;itoI. SIJT.
Incwiro Capitol HftUl. ' ' H;30
FOR REST Roojmi 1 23
HOC8EKEEPINO OR tlXSfVSQ mat
187 8. Ckarea. - - SAJS4VI
PRIJfTED CARDS. EER 14" BT TH'"
wardiBf, "Rooma to Boat." priro If
coata oock. Butaaamaa Baaiaaaa offieo,'
' (reoad floor.
ROOM FOR RENT IS MODERN BOMB.
tkroo aloeka froaa atoU feovaa. All
ooaTO&ioacoo. eoatloaaaa prolan at
PUaao rT roforoaeoa aad Mdroao A.
B,
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! AUTOMOBILES
i ! ! WE WRICK 'XM
Part for all eara. Wo aoll for
Gat oar prieos oa trailor. Saloai Aata
Wroekiar Oa, 402 8. Ckarch Stroot.
PkoM SIS. laSU
I FOR RENT ROOM SUITABLX POl
otwdoato, with oioopaijr pore prirUoroo,
Irorytaiar aaodora. Rofaraateoa ara ra
amirod. Addroaa raaaa, car Butaaaoa,
BwaaBaaaBaBaaaBHaaaawJaMBiawaaawjBaaBiwZlj
FOR REXT Ho
7
gC HEELER AUTO WRECKING CO, wlU
buy) yoar old cor. Hifhoat eaab prieo
paid. 10 N. CotaworHal fit. lltf
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AUTO RKPAinrxa
GOOD SERVICE PAIR PRIRCE, MKD-
LI.K LXBOOOOD QARAOB. 1
oral rrpalrinf. aceooaorioa. tiroav Millar
aad BoaU Coauaorcial. Phoao 564.
(To be continued)'
" ; Salem is the center of the Wil
lamette valley. Do everything you
can ' to-boost it. and make It a
better place to live In.
cuses are welcomed at county fairs. The degrading effect
of many of -the special carnival features of the fairs 'is
obvious. ' ' ' . . ! : ''. V
i rrBpecial effort is put forth to get boys and girls to be
present with exhibits and the great value of the fair is urged
. 1 At-' . 1 3 'il ' 1 1 . ! J ... . ' A.
upyi vnera.;. ahq men riuicuious ana aangerous as it is, at
many of these same. fairs are concessions which prey. upon
thet morals of these same boys and girls and rob them of their
money and self respect. " ' r ' J :
;; If fairs cannot be run without the type of concessions
which are a menace to youth, either the deficiency should be
supplied from' the public treasury or the fairs should cease
AUTO TOPS
SEB tTS FOR TOP AND PAINT WORX.
O. " J. Hall Aato Top A Palat Bhop.
Kear fh-o drpartiaBt. f-16tf
IIELP WANTED
HOP' PICKERS WANTED FOR THE
William a hop yard. 103 acrea, 4 aailea
WMt - of galem.' Uaaal . accoramoda
tioas farnUhod: Tard la oxcrllaat eoa
ditioa. ; Picking will atart a heat Rrpt.
lat. Rrriatrr at Uaited Cirar Store,
or 'Lane VIorly a, coraor 17th aad C.
Tot 115P12. i 8a31
HOP-PICKERS WANTED AT-'THB
PairfMM Yd.. IS ati. oat. n T5A
Td. TeDta, atovea, etc, faraished. Bo-
;in Sep. lat. Traaaportotioa frao. Sa
rra phpno 48F12. C. R. Mooro, Gar
aia. i Sal
HOUSE FOR RENT CLOSX IN. VS
eairo Hotol Area. . STjUtt
FOR BXNT DWELLING AT 1052 Bf
isaw; SSO par aioaU. Call at Stauo
iaa waataoaa off tea, or Bock aV Boa-
drtcka. . ' -27at
FOR BENT A NEW MODERN PCR
aiahod hoaao. ororythiac to . hap
boaao with; S-rooai hoaao cloao ia. 34; -T-iuaat
hoaao. cloao rat $S0; 1-raoa
koaao cloao ia $iO.
. OSRTRCDR J. M. PAGX
; , 493 X. Co tiara 27j52tf
; ' rOR RENT '
t-rooai rood plaatrrod hoaao la aorta
Sales; 2 block a froaa atrooo ear. Pro 4
trooa aad rardca. 9S0.O0 par Boat a.
TJlrieh aad Rohorta, 122 Ko. Coat' I
Phono 1354. 27)14tt
POR RENT Farms 29
40-ACRE RANCH AT EDGE OP Hit
. Tortoa to rent oa .aharoa to oil wrva
aaaall family, (iood oothaildiaga hut
, a mall hoaao.- Haa eight acroa of t
yrar old praaoa, S acroa of borrioa aad
other fro it. All bat 7 acrra ia enlti
ratioa. Rofcreacoa roqnirad.. Bos 90
Ptato an. - . tj30
' WAXTED TO RENT 81
I I HOP PICKERS WANTED
Por two of oar Tarda, the Mitoma
Roach jpoar ladrpoadcaco, 117 acroa,
aad tho Curtia Ranch , arar Talbot ata
tion, SO aero. Uaaal . accoaiaioda
tioaa faraiahed. Tarda la excellent
hape. Picking will begia aboat Sep
teatber! lat. Reriater now at Goorgo
Watora'- cigar - atoro, or Durbia A
CoTBoyer, Box 62, over Ponaey'a atoro.
- i ' v Pj75tf
ROOM FOR ONE GIRL IN REFINED
. home pear itata koaae. 'Tel. 1717
after 3 p. w " 7 " 81a
- Wanted Miscellaneous 33 .
WOODRT TBS
aaod faAitmro
ACCTIOSXER BTJTt
far cook. Pbeae SU.
5aa
HELP WANTED Ile , 11
WANTED SHEET. METAL. WORKERS.
State , age aad experience., taitraan
Brother. SiWertoa. Oregoa. ' llaS
SALESMEN -
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SALESMAN WITH GAB
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OPPORTUNITT FOB
ADVANCEMENT
We tnraiah all the protpoets
70 caa haadle. Wo bare am
appraioer who dooa aotblag bat
liat aad photograph property
for Ton to aeU. Wo bare thoa
aanda of ' propertiea properly
liatod. ' Wo are nailing haa
dreda of thoaaaada of dollara'
worth of property erary moaUi.
We need a high grade eoleaniaa
who baa boea aaoeeasfal either
la real- aetata or eoaie other
elHag Uao. Boo Mr. MiUor.
aoleaataaatwr, a war PortUad
office.
PARKER REALTT COMPANT
1008 Porter Bldg. etb at Oak
t Pertlaad. Ortgoa
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WANTED 50 USED FOLDING CHAIRS.
School Diet. Ko. 21, Gatea, Orog. ' ' ' .
. ; . - 4 j850
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR TSEO
Urea, too la, farmitaro,- Stiff ,Caod
" Gooda Dtpt, tppeaite Mart koaae. '
T,; " yy- 5c22tf
CASTH-PALD POR- PAISB TEETH
deaUl gold. pUttamm aad diaoardod
lowolry. xloxa BaaoiUag aad Jtoiiaory
Cow Otaogo. Mlckigta.. . . S5j2T
WANTED - . PRIVATE - MON XX TDA
farm lean. We hare eororal appUoa
tioaa oa hand. Havkiaa A Robert
nftrejraBldr5drtf
FOR SALE
General Market
FORD BCO BODT POR SALE K.
Diiabay. Boato 9. Boa 15S-A. S7j30
KEW JJx4 CORD CASINO AT
coont. CaO at 1S70 8, Charcb. 7j2U
LATE 23 FORD STARTER. SAM SPOT
light aad lot of toola. 4225 caab by
- ewaer at Rnnaaeyer Bros. Garage.- 544
Ferry St. . 37J30
GOOD VIOLIN FOR SALE. TEL. 2044 W.
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CCT FLOWERS. FLORAL DESIGNS,
flowera for doeoratioa. Beaaot Nara
ory Co. 2233 Fairgroaad Road. Pteoo
12S0. ... S72S
SMALL OROCERT AND CONFECTION-
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PORTLAND. Jnlr 2 Wbeat,
hard white, bine stem and baart.
July, 11.45; Ancnst, $1.44; Sept.,
$1.43;; soft white. July. $1.44;
Angnst and Sept.. $1.43: .western
white,! July.' $1.44; August and
Sept.. $1.43; western white, Jnlr,
$1.43;' August,' Sept.; $1.42; nor
their spring, July, $1.43; August,
Sept.,i $1.42; 'western red, July,
$1.40; August. Sept., $1.39: BBB
hard white, July; $1.49;. August.
$1.48; SepU $1.47. ' '
fjOaU' ,No, 2 3 $-pound : whits
feed, July, $32; August $30;
SepL,!$29; No.2 3S-ponnd gray,
Jly, $32; August, $29; .Sept.,
$29.;'i i..'...- ; v : i
i Barleyr-No-2 44-pQund, July,
August and Sept, $31. : a
Corn No. 2 early shipment.
July, August and SepU $48; No.
i early, July, August, and SepU
aim run. standard. July. $28.50.
August "aad Sept $ 29.
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PORTLAND,. July 2?. Butter,
extras, 4THcr Standards, '47c:
prime firsts,, 4$e;. firsts, 43c
I LEggs, ,xtrasi -3Tcf. flrstg. 35c:
pullets,. J2c; . current 'receipts.
PORTLAND, July 29-Ilay
Buyln prices Talley Umothy $18
0$19; do eastern Oregon. 21(ti
324.B0: alfalfa, $19; eloTer,-$l$
$lf.5p;.oat hay, $18.60; s cheat
$15; at and retch, $16.50; straw,
t7.50$8 per ton. Selling prices.
?l a ton more." "
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Treepaaa Votlcea, aie 14st laebaa,
.-priatod oa good 10 oaneo caaeaaa bear-
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oa That Treapaaaiag ia Strictly Forbid
' dem Oa. Theao Protaiaea Under PeaaUy
of Proeecatiea." Price lie each or 2
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Dept. Oppoeito ooart heeae. ST23tf
BFCXIPT BOOKS SIZE 3" BT S
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