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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1928)
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Permit No. 47
, Salem, OrtzonTridajf M era& August 17, 1928
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Green Vegetables Sold
ii At Reasonable Prices In
V f Salem Markets Just Now
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Green peas have come back to
the market, with large quantities
offered at 10 cents a pound retail.
There are plenty of local green
beans, some large ana some small
er, at five cents a pound.
Local green corn, both the yel
low and white varieties, is now
practically at an end. Portland,
however, is still shipping a good
quality, although at an advance in
price over that for which the local
crops have been selling. Price on
the Portland is expected to reach
$2 a sack of six dozen ears next
week, jobbers report.
There is a limited supply of im
ported artichokes, of medium size
and good quality, at $1.40 a doz
en. California sweet potatoes have
taken a slump, with an extra fancy
grade now being billed at around
10 cents a pound. Foi the most
part these are small potatoes, but
axe firm and solid.
Yakima is shipping a fine vari
ety of egg plant, at around 10
cents per pound.
Idaho rural spuds are being sup
plied to many stores, and are said
to be of good grade. These are
billed at two cents.
Tha Dalles cucumbers, in peach
boxes, are quoted at 80 cents a
box. These are the larger sizes,
and sell in the stores for five
Yakima and Roseburg tomatoes
have replaced all othera on the
local markets, selling in the stores
for three pounds for a quarter.
Some are soft, some are too hard,
and few of them seem to have a
real tomato taste.
Walla Walla onions have taken
a sharp advance, now quoted at
two cents, with a higher figure in
Local green peppers of excep
tionally fine quality, judging front
appearance, are quoted at reas
onable prices for this season, with
$1 for the peach boxes.
Pickling cucumbers, many of
which look too old to make satis
factory pickles, are quite plenti
ful, with 7. 5, and 3 cents pre
vailing quotations on the 1, 2, and
3 sizes, respectively. Dill weed
bears an SO cents per dozen label
at the wholesale houses. Spinach,
good quality, packed in orange
boxes, brings $1.40 per box.
The Washington head lettuce
has blown up, with the result that
local jobbers are again handling
that from the Salinas. Cal. district.
Quality of the southern lettuce is
good, with firm, solid neads. The
beads are good size, and retail at
about 10 cents.
Cabbage, small and medium
heads but of good quality and sol
id, are plentiful at 4 cents a pound
from the stores.
Seattle and Tacoma cauliflower,
is quoted at $2 per crate on the
The Marblehead squash has been
imported to add to the three vari
eties of local squash now on the
market here. Local varieties are
Crookneck, Summer and Italian,
all of which axe the smaller size.
Squash quotations range from
three to four cents per pound.
Is Easily Made
The following recipe for Aug
ust sherbet has been carefully
tested and will prove a delicious
addition to the warm weather
Two cups sugar, two cups water,
two oranges, two lemons, one
pineapple, two bananas and the
whites of two eggs.
Boil sugar and water five min
utes; cool; add pulp and juice of
oranges, juice of lemons, finely
chopped pineapple and bananas
rubbed through a sieve. Freeze to
a mush; add egg-whites beaten
itlff and continue freezing.
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and Watermelons Sold
At Fair Prices
Local mnskmelons have been on
the market here for several days
now, and have been instrumental
in bringing down the price on all
cantaloupes, five cents now being
sufficient money to buy a fair siz
ed melon of good quality. Whole
salers are quoting 3 cents a
pound on the locals however many
of the stores buy direct from the
grower and can sell under this fig
ure. Yakima is shipping Rocky Ford
cants, jobbers quoting these at
from $1.50 to $2.25 per crate, ac
cording o size.
There are more casabas than
ever on the market, but demand
is holding up well, as the same
price has been in effect for sev
eral weeks now.
Watermelons continue to be of
fered id large quantities, with the
figure of 2 4 cents prevailing at
several stores. In a place or two.
watermelons are commanding as
much as a cent higher.
Other melons offered are the
Persian and honeydew, both at 6
cents per pound wholesale and
similar to each other. The ice
cream melon is also still holding
its own on the market.
Frozen Apple Sauce
As a dessert for summer, try
frozen apple sauce served with
squares of sponge cake.
Storing Metal Slippers
Keep your gilt and silveT slip
pers in black wrapping paper
when not in use. and they will not
Helps pie Oust .
A teaspoonful of vinegar added
,to the pie crust as you mix it will
make it light and flaky.
If Icing Runs
Sprinkle the top of a cake wits
cornstarch after It is baked and
before you spread on the icing,
This will prevent the icing front
Thin Whipping Cream .
Add the unbeaten 'white of an
egg to cream that Is too thin to
whip, and you will have a thick,
creamy consistency in no time.
To Clean Bi-jms
There is no finer cleaning agent
for brass than salt and lemon
juice, or salt and vinegar.
THREE COUPONS USE ONE USE THEM ALL READ CAREFULLY
This coupon a sales slip from a
Statesman advertiser and 15 cents
will admit one to the Elsinore The
atre Matinee Saturday afternoon.
Five acts of Association Vaudeville
and the feature photoplay "Coney
Island" with Lois Wilson.
This coupon a sales slip from an
advertiser in The Statesman and 15
cents will admit one to the Elsinpre
theatre for the Monday matinee fea
turing Fanchon-Marco's "Spangles"
idea, 16 girls in the biggest stage at
traction ever shown here, also Billy
Dove in "The Heart of a Follies
This coupon a sales slip from a
Statesman advertiser and 50 cents
will admit one entire family to The
Oregon Monday night, family night.
Singer Musical Comedy Revue in
"Cops, Cops, Cops." Feature photo
play, Bebe Daniels in "The Fifty
For Furniture Scratches
When you notice scratches on
mahhogany or walnut, paint them
with iodine to restore the color.
Then polish with a cloth.
Hot Plate Marks
A thin paste of salad oil and
salt will remove the white marks
from a polished surface that re
sult from contact with too hot
By Educator On
To scour steel knife blades, use
a piece of raw potato. Or use a
cork, dipped in scouring powder.
Steel wool and pure white soap
will polish aluminum. Lemon juice
will remove dark spots and dis-colorations.
When Poaching Kggs
If you will add a teaspoonful of
vinegar the water in which you
poach eggs, the whites will not
To Sharpen Needles
A blunted needle can be quickly-
sharpened and made available for
service by stitching for a few inch
es through a piece of fine sand-paper.
When the cut flowers wilt pre
maturely, put a few drops of vin
gar in the water; or a little. salt
is effective, or an aspirin tablet.
"A Survey of Woodburn High i
School" is the title of a thesis J
just submitted by Superintendent j
Verne D. Bain or Woodburn, who
is a candidate for the master's de
gree in education at the University
of Oregon. Mr. Bain made a
thorough study of school condition
in his home city preparatory to
writing the thesis. Material col
lected in this study and others of
the same nature, will be used by
the education department at Eu
gene. Mr. Bain goes to Eugene next
Thursday for his final oral and
written examinations before re
ceiving the master's degree. He
received his B. A. degree from
Willamette university in 1923.
HAMS and BACON
Skinned Hams, Half or
whole, per lb.
Country Bacon (snjar cured)
half or whole. Per lb.
Swift's Empire brand Bacon
(Wrapped). Per lb.
Complete Stock of Groceries
r5& N. Liberty
B. W. Walchcr, Prop.
Successor to II. Wolff
Is Exact Duplication of
The Follies Bergere Paris'
most gorgeous stage spectacle and
the acme of all stage productions
no longer must one journey to
far away Paris to see its wonders.
Next week Fanchon and Marco
are bringing to the Elsinore
theater patrons their "Spangles'
Idea, a faithful reproduction of
the most colorful scene in this
Never before has the Elsinore
theater here presented such a gor
geous stage production.
Photographic beauty, as well as
feminine beauty of fifty-odd girls
and Billy Dove, the screen's most
beautiful star, supplements the at
tractiveness of "The Heart of a
Follies Girl," coming next Sunday
to the Elsinore theater.
James Hall, Paramount featur
ed player was an all-around ath
lete at Dallas high school. In "The
Firty-Fifty Girl." he is featured
opposite Bebe Daniels at the Ore
gon theatre, starting Saturday for
Thrills galore are- In store for
patrons of the Elsinore theater
with the showing of "Coney Is
land" at the Elsinore Saturday.
Hoover Not Put
Out of College
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Cal.,
AUg. 18. (AP) Alan Hoover
son of the republican presidential
nominee, tonight set at rest all ru
mors that he was expelled from
Stanford, for leaving the univer
sity to attend the republican con
vention to see his father nominat
ed for president. He stated that he
took proper steps before leaving
school, and that he would be
back for the fall quarter starting
t Killing One Man
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. Aug.
1 8. ( AP) Charles Eggeston of
Atlantic City. N. J., was killed and
the pilot injured when the tri-
motored plane of the Pan-Ameri
can airways inc., enroute from
Havana to Key West was forced
down In the Gulf of Mexico at t
o'clock I last night said wireless
The health of growing children demands plenty of
vegetables and fruits and a variety in their menu is
beneficial to their proper development. Our store is
known for its fine fruits and vegetables and no effort
is spared to get the very best to be had. Your telephone
orders will be given the greatest possible care.
Stacks of them
Fresh and Crisp
From Delake, Oregon
2 pounds 25c
3 pounds 25c
Golden Bantam Corn
Beets, Carrots, Turnips,
Radishes, Green Onions
Celery, Celery Hearts,
Spinach, Solid Cabbage,
l Sweet Potatoes,
!i Golden Squash
Fresh Fruits Galore
Barrel Gem Cants 10c
Tokay Grapes, lb.. 20c
Lady Fingers, lb 20c
Peaches, basket 35c
Apricots, basket . 50c
Watermelons, lb. 3c
Ice Cream Melons, Ib.3c
Casabas, lb, ; 5c
Huckleberries, lb. 30c
Honey Dew Melons, lb. 5c
Blue Dam. Plums, bkt 25c
Plums, bkt 25c and 20c
A Vacuum Pack Coffee
of good quality
2 pounds 95c
Mostly Leg Meat
3 cans $1.00
Stems and Pieces
3 cans $1.00
Very Small Norwegian
3 for 65c
In Olive Oil
2 for 25c
12 for $1.40
Brown Rice "
2 pound pkg 25e
Heinz Rice Krisps
Welch Grape Juice
Pints 35c; Quarts 65c
The new jell dessert
3 for 25c
Double H Grape
6 cans $1.40
Freshly made every day
of the best materials
our large store affords.
Have one for Sunday
Chocolate Angel, Angel
Sunshine, Mocha, Prune,
Home Bread, Rolls,
Cup Cakes, Maple Rolls,
Blackberry, Peach, Apple
Well stocked and
prepared to take care of
your picnic and outing
Salads, Cold Meats,
Cottage Cheese, Pickles,
Olives, Swiss, Brick
and American Cheese,
Pimento and Chilli
Swiss in portions
Roquefort in portions
Council Pickled Fifa Feet
40c and 65c jars
Granny's Pickles, 25c jar
Medium Ripe Olives, 25c
. Large Ripe Olives, 30c
Raisin Bran Bread, 20c
ROLLED ROAST .
Fresh Small Ptxs Side Pork, 28c lb.
They are fine sliced, cold too, 28c lb.
Roth Grocery Co
SWIFT BACON BACKS
Light and Lean, 32c pound
Half or whole pieces
. . 134 N. Liberty St
Thirty day account service
Phones 48 and 49
155 N. Commercial St.
When yon shop for your Table Needs there is a lot of satisfaction in knowing that your
selections are Fresh and Reliable. When the food commodity is from the Simpson Grocery you
can feel certain of its Excellence of Quality. You can serve it and know that it is good; you
can tell your friends with pride that you are serving them what you have bought from the
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Specials for Friday and Saturday
Try our splendid Breakfast Coffee
Only 45c per pound
Rex Nut Margarine
Finest on the Market
3 lbs. 59c
Why put up your own pickles when we offer this
1 pi. jar whole sweet or mixed sweet pickles,
Vi pt. jar sour or dill pickles
Both for 25c
Special week-end offering of this high grade flour,
milled from Montana high protein wheat
Per 49-Ib. bag d1 QQ
Only ' - PleiO
High Grade MarshmaDows
For toasting, topping, eating and baking. Fresh
and will keep. Per 5-lb. bag Cl f Q
Only . . PJL.43
IMPORTED KIPPER SNACKS
No head, jio tails, no bones: Ready to serve
Equally good hot or cold, boiled or broiled.
4 cans OA
Our front window is a "veritable fruit and vegetable stand." We have everything on the market. Our
tfaWmaw do not MscowF when you ask for a special selection. They smile and select exactly what yon
want. For special dinners come to us for fancy fruits and vegetables
Fresh Local Strawberries
2 boxes for ............... 25c
Ripe Klondike Watermelons
2Jc per lb.
from the steamer Ligonler to the j
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