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Tha OHEC0N STATtSZlXH. Salgta. Ore?on, Friiay ?Jornlg-. Acrust 21, 1931
IS LOWER DOW
Fifty Pounds per .Acre cut
In Production. Below
; r July's Forecast :
. A slight decrease In the August
first estimate of hop production
In Oregon and. Washington as
compared with July 1 with no
change In the California firure Is
noted In current report of the TJ.
S. division, of. crop and livestock
estimates on United States , hop
Ia Oregon, the decreases In the
August estimate, amounts to SO
lbs., per acre, making, the total
production for the state 13.17v
000 lbs., or C5, 875 bales compar
ed to I J.750 bales estimated a
month ago. This estimate is bas
ed upon reports recelred during
the latter week of July. All of our
estimates are based . upon condi
tion reported and are subject to
change as crop - conditions vary
one way or the other up or down
as the season progresses.
. f On the basis of the August first
reported conditions C 5.8 7 5 bales
Is estimated. The reduction dur
ing July was caused chiefly by
short side arms , attributed to
blight In some yards and to hot,
dry winds In other yards, - the
cumulative effect of, which was
sufficient to reduce condition ma
terially. Development of mildew
during July was extremely Tari
able causing a total failure in a
few yards and almost entirely ab
sent In-other yards which report
ed rather serious amount of mil
dew a month previous. Generally
peaking there is no serious
amount of hop lice in Oregon
vineyards and red spider Is not
causing any apprehension.
The season has been most un
usual and the development of the
crop has been extremely variable.
Picking- was under way in the
earlier yards the second week of
August and he September report
should contain Indications of the
cumulative effect of the unusual
conditions this season on hop
ihiilhi unuiu uui
CDRfJ DROPS AGAIN
. CHICAGO, Aug. 20. (AP)
Higher prices on wheat blossom
ed out today despite the fact that
corn again outdid the season's
lowest figures for September con
tracts. "-. ,! .T' ' ""'
Widespread wet weather! in
Europe and negotiations f o a
15.000,600 bushel sale of TJnfted
States farm board wheat-to China
on credit for flood relief had a
decided bullish influence. There
also were continued reports from
India, China and Japan that rice
crops were short and might cause
the orient to buy more wheat than
expected. ' .
Wheat closed firm cents
advanced, corn unsettled H-
in ! t a shade decline to 4
Wheat close: September, 4SH
December, 53-; March.
6U; May 5SU-s.
Wand Park Get
From Brush Creek
BRUSH CREEK. Aug. 20A
large party of friends motored to
the Molalla river Sunday and
.pent the day at Island Park.
Those going from Brush Creek in--i-a
. xtr and Mrs. J. C. Larson
and daughter Viola. Mr and Mrs.
J C. Goplerud, Inga, John Can,
Walter and Charlotte Goplerud.
tni Haera and
jar. ibo a' t . ,,
daughter. Sylvia. Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Moe, Harlan, Robert, Jordan
and Jnanita Moe. . .
Others who made the trip
-ere:-Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Satern
Joan and Darrel Satern. Mr and
Mrs Henry Torvend. Elizabeth
ind: Stanley Torvend of Bethany
and from Stlverton Mr. and Mrs.
M. Storruste and children. Mr.
and Mrs. A? Gottenberg .and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ene
roldsen. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hat--teberr
ad children and Mr., and
Mrs. Adolpa Haugen and chil
dren. : :' - -V , ' ; 'j '
A. road between the Grand Can
yon and the Old Trails highway in
Ariiona will be completed in
Pr ogt ams
TridaT, Anft 1 '
' IS :oO firm nevr.
1;(M Org pregrsm.
2 :eo Matiaee.
JU3e Far ao.
: - saw-ae JCs. TtttUaa
7-43 Vaa Ifon, NBC.
e -OO Cokios MhooU
ssse The Ktrttr.
.45 Reeabcandt trie, NBO. ,
lOfSO WeV Malaaiae mi t Air.
13:00 G Um4j. ,
1:83 Aircraft talk. '
3: SO Ariea. Triav. KBC. j
e -OO Psal Waiteaaea, SBC. ,
. i;oo Asm 'a' Andy.
7 :4WlriMl Telaae.
f:0O Heute ef Cslor, HBO.
:30 Tt Metropolitan. NEC.
xorsr 4 Ktv rrUM
;00 Koib'i Kloek.
T:SO Meraiaf Caeca elak.
a :00 Throe h the Wia4ew. '
' 9 rf0 Merry eaakers.
I Harmony Pa. ,
fl0:OO Varieties, CBS.
Il0:15 Jleaaay DiddelL teaer. ,
, 10 :0 Daace band.. -1
1 :0O Hawailaa Easemele. .
11:15 International Kiwkea.
12 :O0 Malodiaat.
1:00 Haste f Us Alt. ' ,
1:43 E4oa VTIU Hopp. CB.
2 :MJ Haapr Oa !cky. Hair. OLBS.
g ; Faaniaiaa Faaeiaa, DL.B3. s
- a : no N ,i p aar af taa Air.
S:00 Tkm 8crpbok.
8:30 Tha Yrif Clsb.
;00 Pcat feature
OREGON J ELBEOTA PEACHES RIPE
OATS AND BARLEY DECLINE HERE
First -of Petite Prunes
On Mart; Offered
.-. ; ?
PORTLAND, Aug. 20 (AP)
First Muir .peaches of the season
were offered, on the East Side
Farmers' j market today. A -fair
volume was brought to market at
7 6-8 5c with Crawford in good
demand and small supply at SI.
, First Elbert i peaches of the
season in; volume from an Oregon
place came from Klondike. ' They
were unwrapped and were .of good
quality, ) Some from the John
day country were also offering.'
Belle of George, a white' sort
of . the SIberta type was a peach
offering from the Yakima valley.
They were priced at 75-SSe box.
First of the season offerings' of
Petite prunes were offered from
Oswego at 40c box. This was the
top for plums and prunes, most of
the sales being around 35c.
Cantaloupes showed an extreme
of 1.I5 crate with the bulk sell
ing 7Jc to $1.
Tomatoes were in fair supply
and sold mostly SOe box for best;
a few IOC - '
Lettuce market was firm and
active with a scarcity of supplies.
Best up to $1.50 crate.
Yellow; beans were Se aad
green 1 -2c "while shell stock
was 3c lb.
Corn J sold mostly SOc ssck; a
few 60c and even better;
Danish t squash moved , fairly
well SOc lug.
Potatoes .were around XI sack
for good stuff with orange boxes
Dalles Watermelons of real
quality sold up to 2c lb.
Apples held within the late
price range; demand being fair.
Cauliflower of more or less In
different quality up to SI crate.
.Cabbage was fairly steady at
$.90 to 1 crate.
POI5TLAXD, Ore.. An. SO (AP)
Produce exchange, net price: batter, t
traa 29; standard SB; prime firu 27;
first 26. fC fregr extra 24. freh
medium 21, .
PORTLAND, Ore.. Ans. 20 (AP)
t Open High Low Cloe
Sept. oll - S i 4S 48
Sept. new 4 4 4 44 484
Dee. . ii .4 49 49 "49
Cah market, wheat his Bend blue
item, hard white .55 ; 4t white, west
era white 45 yx hard winter, aorthem
spring, western red .42.
Oats bi 2 Z lb. whiU S17.SO.
Corn So. t E. T., shipment S23.25.
POBTLASD. Ore.. Aug. 20 (AP)
Cattie 100, calves 10, nominally steady.
rfteers 600 900 Ib good .507.Oo;
medium 5.2i.SO: common 8.75 ' 5.25:
do 9OO-1100 lbs, good .507.O: -median
5.00 1 80; conuaoa 3.50 a 5.0O;
d 1100-1300 lbs, good 6.25617.00; me
diant 4.00(6.25. Heifer 65(850 lb.,
good 5.50(t00; mediam 4.05.50;
common S.25 (34.50. Cow.' good 4.25(1
4.85; common and medium i.OO 4.25;
low cotter and cotter l.OOQa.00. Bell
frearling excluded) good ani choice
hee( 4.50iii 4.1 j; catter, common and ose
dtam 8.00(6 4.50. Vealer (milk fed)
good aad choice , ?.50S.50; medium
6 OO GL 7.50 : call aad common 4.00 &
S.00. Calve 250-500 lb., good aad
choice S.OOtj 8.00;" comnpa end medimoi
1.50S.OO. . ,
,Hog 700; sbont iteadj.
Light light 140-160 lbs., rood and
choice 8.75&T.OO. Light weight 1S018O
lha, good and choice 7.50 7.60; light
weight 180-2OO lbs., good aad choice
7.60(37.80. Medium weight 200 220 lb
good nd choice 6.7J&7.C0; do 220-250
lbs good and choice 6.00(3 7.60. Heavy
weight 250-290 Ibl good and choice 5.50
4.50; do 299-S50 lbs.. good aad
choice 5,00(5 S.00. Peeking sow 275-
500 lbt saedinnt 8.50 W 5.2 J. Feeder
and tofker Big 70-180 Ibt food snd
Shoes and lambs 1000; aboat steaay.
Uabi OO Ihs . down.' good and
choice 85937.75: medium S.SOQS.OO;
II weights.: common Sf0jS.3O. ear-
ling wethers 90-110 lbs.. medium to
choice 8.00(3 4.00. Ewe 90-120 lb,
median to ; choice 2.00Q2.50: do 120-
150 lbs ' medium to choice 1.75 2.23:
all weigbt fall and common 1.00 1.75.
POBTLAKD, Ore., Aug. 20 (AP)
Oranges- California Valencia $3.2 5 5.
Lime 3 do, cartons, $3.25. Bananas
5c lb : lemons California. $8.25 (39.
Ratpberries local. $1.5 crate.
Huckleberries Paget Sonad. lie lb.;
mountain. 14 15c lb. Watermelon
Klondike. l.SS2c lb. Cantaloupe
IMUard. J3.-50; Yakima aad The Imllc
suadard; $1.15 1.50 crate. Heneydew
melon California larf flat. $1.50.
Uatkmrionv local. 34e lb. Casabat
Califcenia. 8c lb. lee cream melons
California, te lb. Persian melons $1.54
crate. t - i
C-rp tecdlfs, $1.23 Iof : red Ma
laga; $1.23; white Mlt, $1.23; Ki.
biers. $2.75: lady finger. $2 lag. Apri
cots Wenateheo, 80(i 35e box. Peaches
California Klbertas. 85e9Sl. Lovell.
85c; i. ' H. Hale. $101.10; Slappies,
75c; local earl varieties SOtgOOe bos;
Crawford. 65 (j 85c
Cabbage local, new. l2e ib. Po
tatoes local, - 1H lb.; eaatera Waah
ington. $1.83 cental. Onions selling
price to retailer; Walla Walla Globes,
$1.50. Rhnbarb local, bulk. 2e lb. . Artichoke-
60 80e doi. . Cucumbej
field grown, 256?80o box.
Spiaadi local. 8 5c St 3 1 orange bos.
Celery Labish. 75ef$l doiea. Mash
rooms hotheese. 63e lb. Peppers
Bell, green, 8c. ' Sweet potatoes new
California. 53e lb. OunUf lower
noathwost. $16t 1.15 per crate. '
Beaas local. 1 2e lb. . Peas local.
8S Be - ib. Tomatoes The Tne, 40 a
tie box. Cora local. 40(j 60e. Lettaee
loeal. $1.501,75: iced. $8.50 crate.
Asparagas northwest. $1.40 dos. Bnat
aaer sqaash -local fiats, SOe.
POWTLAXD. Ore, Ang. 20 (AP)
Live poaltry.. net buying prices: heavy
hone, colored. 4 H lbs, bp. 2021e Ib;
do medinm 45e; light 18e; broilers,
under 1H Iba 2023e; ever 1H lbs.,
ISc: colored 2S24e; Ke. 2 chicken, 7
frt$e; eld roosters, 7c; dueka. Peldaa, 14
4jt6c; goete. 13c .- ... .
Hay having peieo for prodneer: al
falfa. $14915: clever. $l(gl2; eata
and vetch, $10911 ton. - -
Milk baying price: grade B, $3.17H
Portland delivery and inspectioa.
Nnit Oregon walnBts. 18923c).-pea-nat
12d lb.: Bratila. IS Q,20c; almeaia,
lldtlSc; filbert. 20Q22c; pecans. -20c
lb. ' i -
Hop -nominal .1929 ergj, 10 Q lie;
19t0. Iai7e. - ,
Dreasod poultry selling . price to re
tailer. tarksys. aoor to good, t JO 28c
.... .- i ' - ,
:SO Musical Narratives.
T:O0 Cecil Tea roe.
7:15 Pryor's M.ilHary band. CBS.
7:45 The) Entertainers.
8:0 Black and Bine, ILB3.
8:39 College 0ase. II.BS.
:0 Tiamettoa. ULBS.
:SO Songology. 1LE3,
10:0e itaaee oreheatra.
11:00 DntcetenUas. PLBS.
12:00 Tlie Merry Co Bound.
' - !
. Grade B raw 4- naiUc.
co-op. i price f2.17)s a
Batterfat 2tc.. :
ntTXT Ajro TZQZT AXLES '
prion paid te grower br Saiam haysra.
'I, ' Anrvst 20 " . ;
' VXOTAJkLSS ' :':
Celery, do. , 80 to .TS
Uadiabes, do. - , , "
onions, do. ,, , , o
Carrots . .
Cora, naek ,
Cocamber. do a.
Tarn (an. do.
.SO to 8
.20 to; 89
75 te LOO
.$ to 35
Peaches. $ Ib. asket
Pearhoa,. 20 lb. crate.
Or vensteins. bn.
: - Baytsf Prlcoe
Kxtrat -, ; i
.50 to .$ -
Lettuce Growers now
Getting low Price
Dollar a Crate
Oats aad barley took the first
decline In some days yesterday,
with the lower quotation to the
prodneer from $72 to $24 on the
former and $15 to. $1$ on harley.
Wheat climbed a halt cent yester
day to ft cents pn-red. and 35
cents on white. . .
ettnce growers are recelrlnc
only a dollar crate now, 5Q
cents under the price . to them
which has prevailed heretofore.
Quantities of lettuce are comiag
in from lutblah now, and -all ex
Celery growers are getting 60
to 75 cents a dozen, with more-
pnent still, holding strong.
. Butterfat continues at 2 cents,
.Locally grown cantaloupes were
commanding only two and a. half
cents for the grower .yesterday,
few prunes are moving in the
down town stores, aad local
peaches were reported shout done
for until the late tones come on. .
Medium hens -
GBATJf AJTO HA1
Wheat, western red ,n
Ray: buying ori
Oats aad vetch, toa
.15.00 to 18.00
2.00 to 24.00
Alfalfa, valley. Sad catting
Hogs, first cote
Hogs, other cats .
. OSVn to .OS
.04 H to .OS hi
..01 to .03
04 to .OS
School Voter Are
Called to Con3ider
Special Tax Levy
SCIO, Aug. 20 Legal TOtFrs
of the Scio school district are to
meet at the high school building
at 2 o'clock Thursday, August 27,
to discuss the budget with the
levying board, and to rote on the
proposition of levying a special
The 193132 school year here
will open Monday, September 14.
Only three weeks remain of the
present Intermission. The teach
ing staff is . virtually complete
and two new basses will be added
to the transportation facilities for
the -school year. The school build
ing also has been painted.
Wood for the local schools Is
being delivered by the contractor,
FROM AXGIXTTS TKMPIjE
SILVERTONT. Ang. 20 Miss
Ada Earls of Los Angeles has ar
rived here to assist Miss Mary
Saunders in the Four-Square re-
.1. . J 4
I"-- r- --v.:; '.-.-Vs' ' i
Itehert Deatos (abere), J5, says
he twordered his mother because
lw wasrted to frwra their heme
in St Joseph, Mo to Chicago, and
ahe stood in hit way. The youth
said he also planned to murder his
: father. - - - -
rival being conducted in the local
W. O. W. halL She is direct from
the An gerns temple in Los Angeles.
Wooden Bridges on
Turner - Aumsvifle
Road Get Planking:
TURNER, Aug. 20 The last
two of the seven bridges which
span Min creek between Turner
and Aumsville axe being replank
ed this week, The covered
bridge near the Peterson place
was the last wooden one to be
built and is otherwise in good con
dition but has needed new plank
lag tor some time, with the
bridge west of Aumsville needing
the same repairs.
It will be remembered four
bridges. were rebuilt with concrete
a year ago and also one culvert
and the public is hoping that this
weeks detonring will be the last
on that particular road for a long
flElIT FCil H10L
Demand is Stimulated With
: Afl Lines included; But-V-i.tet'is
PORTLAND, Ore.. Aug. 25.
(AP) Fight for control" of the
local chicken .market, continues
unabated here. In fact a greater
demand for offerings in the Cali
fornia trade started another rum
pus in the buying price here. Some
of the packers were inclined to
grab the big profits offered by the,
increased California price by hold
ing down the local price, bat oth
ers appeared with a higher price
tor buying here, and spilled the
Demand for chickens includes
all lines. There is at the moment
a very keen call for all sorts and
especially so for the young stuff.
All broilers are in call "and at
full prices. - Best demand ia for
light weights; which are scarce
and find southern favor at an
opening price. . "
Grading of poultry is becoming
auite fevered and especially
among those having real tuallty.
Generally steady trading tone
is reflected in the market tor but
ter with b " change in current
values -on .the open market. Make
ia showing little change as to vol
ume. . 1
Generally maintained values
sre shown ia the local egg market
with the co-ops quoting unchang
ed values. Receipts pt eggs con
tinue to dwindle 'and there is
mch trouble regarding "quality.
Demand for top quality -light
weight country killed colves is
very good and everything consid
ered, the market is-strong at late
prices at least. Hogs are a trine
early while demand for lambs Is
Even though the market is con
gested with low- priced cattle and
very low 'prices prevail, there is a
really strong tone with actl.3 de
mand for heavy weight bulla ac
cording to leaders of the county
killed meat market.
MRS, LIMB ILL
SILTERTON, Aug. 20 Mrs.
Sarah Lamb lseported to be
quite ill, suffering from "eryslpe-
. In fa. i in nil I '." 4.i II. i . W.d .
Price Reid, who operates a gaso
line service station at Wichita,
Kan., is also a justice of the peace.
His contribution to the innovations
of the century is a "curb market
for snatrhnony. Recently a couple
drove up to Keid's place for gas,
and te oblige them he tied the
nuptial knot while they waited at
the curb. Then he sold em their
ras and they departed, on their
honeymoon, "Double-Service Reid"
lis, at her home on West Hill.
Her daughter. Miss Enid Lamb,
bookkeeper - for the Silverton
Foods. Products company, is car
ing for her mother. Miss Fran
ces Thompson Is substituting for
her at the cannery.
Cameron is Knocked
From Bicycle; Hurt
AUBURN. Aug. 20 Wallace
Cameron was struck by a car Sun
day as he rode his bicycle from
the driveway of the George Witte
home.. As -a result three stitches
had to be taken In his scalp. The
bicycle 1s almost a total wreck.
Mrs. C. J. Griffith Is recovering
from her recent illness.
FIGHTERS OETl fl ED
FROM FOREST OUR,
" MILL CITT. Aug. 20. A num
ber of fire fighters, whohave
been on the . Crabtree burn, re
turned to Mill City Wednesday
and state that the tire- is s.gaia
under control, a trail of over JO
miles In length having been built
around the burn, wLIch covers an
area of approximately. SO 00 acres.,
The . camp fsyn whicl the Mill.
City men .returned has been re
duced from a force of 150 to be
tween 50 and CO men, thwe being
several other camps of about the
same siie. .
. Little trouble Is expected from
that area, unless a high wind '
should rise and again force the
fir beyond the flrellnes. Pump ;
l!na mil Malnmmt ia the- Sec-"
Hon are rapidly-conquering the
Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Potter and
daughter Jacquelyn and Mr. and
Mrs. John Dawes and family left
Wednesday tor a trip to the
neacnes. wnere taer wiu spa
the balance of the -week. '
Dan Olin and Jack OUa motor
ed to Rockaway Saturday where
they Joined Mrs. F. R. Oiin, Mrs.
A. A. Holthouse and the Misses
Mary Holthouse and MilUceat,
Qlfn. who hare been vacation lag
at the seaside resort. The entire
group returned to Mill city son
Threshers in Field
LYONS. Aug. 20 j Thomas
Graham has his new house well
under way to completion. Ed.
Burnett is assisting with the
Mr. Neal and Holland Berry
left earlyMonday with the trac
tor and grain separator to go te
the Weasel Flat district lor a
short time and from . there they
will go to Jordan and Scio to fin
ish several jobs awaiting them.
There' are also two places here
to be threshed when they return,
. Lyons seems to be a rather de
serted place, what with so many
residents away picking hops, ber
ries, beans, or hcukleberrles.
By WALT DISNEY
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THIMBLE THEATRE S tarring Popeye
Now Showing "Laugrting Stock"
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LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
'Little Miss Santa Ciausn
By BRANDON WALSH
A GUiDE WnVl A CAR.
WILL BE HERE 600N
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IF I NEVER. LAV MY U
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1ND4AM KIDS SU CAMP AM PLEA5ETELUEM
X OAY HAD DQlXAf20 Ote XO HAVE
BOUGHT THSM SOrASTHS SWCLLf
TOOTS AND CASPER
The Colonel Draws the. line1
By JIMMY MURPHY
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