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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Satnrday Morning. September 10. 1932
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HELP WANTED MALE
A representative of the motion plc-i
ture Industry will Interview -men In
terested in the protection division, of
' motion pictures. Many opportunities
for ambitious young men. Pltone Mr;
Justrom, Hotel Senator for appoint
ment. Kxperlenced auto wrecker, familiar
with interchangeable of all make
cars. Hl-Way Auto Wreck. 1875 Port
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Middle aged, refined un
incumbered housekeeper, 3 adults, lit
tle washing. Room, board, $15. Box
41. rnre Statesman.
-sl!ruATI0NS sv ANTEP
Young lady wants work. Anything
considered. Dependable. Box 42, care
FOR SAI.B ni1 papers r btlT
die Mfntesrrmn ffire
Canning poaches now ready. Imlah
Fmlt farm. Depression pricei Phone
Vacation time Is travel time. The
Oregon Statesman offers to subscrib
ers a Travel Accident Insurance Pol
Icy for only II OA a year.
Hales, Elberta peaches now ready.
C. C. Chaffee. Wallace road. Phone
Tomatoes 50c bu. 77F5 noon.
35 pullets and frys for sale. 4 mo.
old. Rocks and Reds, 40c apiece if
taken this week. 814 S. Commercial
Peaches, lemon cling, J. It Hale,
Improved Elbertas, and Crawfords.
A. U. Lamb, on Wheatland Road tn
Pears for canning, 2nds 13c per box.
Ering containers 1 '4 mi. west pf
Rosedale school Armstrong.
Combination range wood and gas, : 4
role gas. In fine shape ; for sale cheap.
84 4 S. Commercial.
Allen A parlor furnace, like nei',
74 5 3. Commercial. Tel. 6152.
Apples. Tou pick. 50c bx. 2487 Mapje.
FOR SALE Heifer calf. - Phoie
New boat, suitable for outboard nip
tor. S3. 1190 S. 22nd.
Trads elec. washer and furniture
for wood. 1715 S. Church. Tel. S92.
All kinds of rifles, pistols, shotguns,
old gold 'nd tewelry Condition no ob
ject Name your prlc
t5 N Commercial
WANTED Used otanoa to ez
change on radio, ottunographa. or tar
Kodak prints 8 foi 25c and us at
Skewls over Penney's store.
WANTED Original poem's, songs
8unne Pubs. Howard Bldg., S F.. Cal
FOR RENT ROOMS
Larice room. In private home for
Sentleman. Automatic heat, garage,
lose In. Tel. 4562.
Down town room::
ROOM AND BOARD
Board-room, stm. heat, $20 up. E4S2.
Room, board, $23 mo Tel. 6317
B-R. Priv. home. $20. 273 K. I4th.
Room, board, garage, $20 or $25.
Close university ll 44 Center.
FDR UfcNT m .''TMENTS
Nice front apt., 658 Center.
Attractive 2 R. apt.
266 S. Cottage.
Modern 6 R. flat, overstuffed furn.,
rest to correspond. Sewing machine,
washer, cleaner, furnace heat, front
porch, garage, etc. U65 N. Fifth.
Very nice 3-room nrt. Fireplace, gar
age. Phone 6294 15S0 Center.
Patton aoartments 'downtown CallJ
ran. in s noon store.
- Hazeldorf modern 2 and 3 roci" fur
nished and unfurn. apts. 173 S. Cot
tage. nlshed rooms and bath, laundry, gar
age, elec stove. $25 Phone 5154.
2 room apartment. 44$ S. Winter.
Beautiful modern 3-rm. cor. apt.,
Ice. refrlg., elea stove, hot water heat.
K-fiage. $28. Phone 5154.
Fur. apt 3 rooms, light and water,
1384 Marion street
POLLY, AND HER
warn nT' riri exss u- mzmm)mwym.
no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
v pear in advertisements pub
lished in Its columns, and
in cases where this paper is
at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement In
which the typographical
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objee
tional advertising. It far
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classifica
tion. FOR RENT APARTMENTS
lt floor apt 1335 State.
Close In modern atm v.-- ..i .
84908PeCal l0W w,nlcr rate
Nice furn. apt t9 Union.
tieLn rum. ind imfnrn t0i
--.. A v. I.
n e e ei en - a a- . (-Sr nfhn
Furnished apt, light, water, free.
10per rao. 920 N. 19th St V
Strictly modern apt. 3 "rVnsan4
sleeping porch, garage, f rigidaire. very
attractive with nice grounds. 145 N
14th St RING UPSTAIRa
FOR RENT HOUSES
0,, bu;il.ga,ow'n ak Via Court.
; "". i nune 4290. Adult. $20.
. $121755 South Capitol. 3 tol
!ia"UI5. Soutn Cap'tol. rooms.
I;2T353 6 rooms, furnace.
$22.501660 S. Winter. 4 nns.. fur
nace, fireplace, garage.
$22.50940 Columbia. 4 nns.. fur
nace, fireplace, garage.
$30 943 Tamarack. C rooms, mod
ern. A few of these have electric range,
all Immediate possession. We have
others all sizes and prices for rent
and sale like rent
EECKE & HENDRICKS
18J North High Street
MTd 4 R. house. $15. 255 Division.
MODERN six room house just ref in
lshed inside. DouMs garage. Three
blocks north of statehouse. Phone
Furnished home, C rooms, close in,
rent reasonable. 475 N. Commercial.
c3 n8-' bam!nt. garage, 1082 Fir
3 rms., furnace, garage, 1888 Fir,
$12, on paved allev.
2060 S. Ohusch, 5 rms.. modern, $18.
.75 South High Street
Modern furn. 3-room house. Ander
son Court. Tel. 5010.
FOR SALE or rent by owner, prac
tically new modern 6 room house.
room house. 396 S. 21st
5 R. mod. bungalow, furnished, dou
ble garage, 1115 Shipping. Tel. 5639.
3-room bungalow for rent furn., or
unfurn. 1248 Chemeketa St.
A 4-ronm mnorn pnh i.m i o o ,
a 2 2djst W '. J Knox. 210 7 Center'st
Nice home furnished. Cheap to per
manent party. 1285 N. Capitol St.
Modern 8-room house, near univer
sity. Unfurn. or partiallv furn. Tel.
Splendid mod. home. (60 N. Cottage.
2 2-R. furn. apts., priv. bath, gas,
2 R. well furn. garage house. 2261 Ha
zel. Tel. 7664.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Have The Statesman fotl,va nn
your vacation. Mailed to any address
two weeks only 25 cents.
Good semi-modern home surrounded
by beautiful shaded grounds, fruit,
nuts, berries, grape arbor and gar
dens. Six rooms, fireplace, basement,
lot 120x135, garage. Near junior high
and gTammar schools. Paved street,
nice view. $3500, terms, might accept
some carpenter work on deal. Owner
765 Rural nvenue, phone 8854.
While on your vacation have The
Oregon Statesman mailed to vou. cal!
OPPORTUNITY: 5 rm. house and
2 acres, wonderful view of mountains
and good soil, house has furnace, elec.
lights, well built In. garage, straight
loan of $2250, will sell like rent or
take auto or lot for equity.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, 'Realtor
175 South High Street
6 3-4 acres, 3V4 miles from Salem on
good road. All In cultivation, mostly
assorted "ruits. fine soil, good well. S
room house, garage and chicken
house. Price for quick sale $1150;
U. S.N. Bank Bldg.
A snap 100 acres, SO acres till
able, balanre timber and good pas
ture, fenced, unimproved price $1,
230.00. Easy terms.
14 acres, unimproved bottom land,
clear, will take Salem home and as
sume. 5 R. house, modern, clean, for rent
5 R. furnished house, rent $20 00.
McGILCHRIST A PENNINGTON
209-1 0 U. S. N-af I Bank Bldg.
Forced Sale Better Hurry
5-R. house, English type, basement,
furnace, fireplace, nil modern, paved
street, dandy location. North Salem;
price $2350 $350 down payment.
Dandy 4 room, large living room,
basement, furnace, all modern, fine
location, paved street, price $2300.00:
$2o0.00 down. Don't call and ask
where these are but say I want to
see them. Call 9C29
132 South High Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR 8 AT J -rf iVk. ci.-.
- a.wa UtCII
property 29 aero fruit farm with
dp-er ten miles south of Pal em, water
piped to buildings. Ivan Hadley, R. a.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Salem property to trad for coast
property. 791 a 13th.
.f . "ub8.crber" have been
paid $3,378.0$ in claims on their $100
accident insurance policies,
t Exca,?S? 1 A- home. Improved, near
. Ca'- tor Improved tract In cen
U?.1 r 2on- Owner write GEO. a
AX' Z1 -S Rnnymde St. Can
oga Park. Calif.
TO TRADE 2 M ILESOUT 1 0
acres, good bldgs., 2 acres strawber
ries, lays nice on highway. Will take
Slem home In trade. See Arthur
LEO N. CHTLDS CO.
220 SUte St Phone 70t.
FOR SALE FARMS
- -,-.-,,- ,1 , 1
SACRIFIPRXITTGH opt t
My 27-acre place, only 7-rolles from
fealem on paved road, all In cultlva
l?IUAnd Kooi 5 R- house, barn.
9800.00 down and assume a $1500 90
mortgage. Tou can't beat this place
lor price offered. Only $2300.00: see
my agent as I only will offer it for a
132 South High Street
NOW IS THE TIMeTtOBUT A
Immediate possession of a 25 acre
tract 4 miles out on rock road, good
set of bldgs. 7 acres In choice fruits
and nuts, few acres pasture and tim
ber, bal. in cultivation. At wonderful
buy for $3300. Cash $800. bat terma
0-acres of dark fertile land north
of Salem In good district, fine bldgs..
10 acres timber and pasture. baL In
cultivation, running water. Formerly
sold for $15,000. Price today only $.
500: cash $2000. baL easy.
Stocked and equipped, hay and grata
In barn, 80 acre farm. 9 miles out op
good road, fair bldgs.. most all In cul
tivation, running water, close to school.
A real snap for $7500; part terms.
Another one, of SO acres, sandy
loam soil, on good road, fair bldgs..
fully equipped, and barn full of feed.
Price $i000; owner will take Salem
home for equity and purchaser assume
For good buys In farms. See
,LI?0 N- CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone 6708.
zii Hii Ar 1 ACRE
Xew Modern Suburban Home
$4000. Home for $2500. Strictly
modern elec. lights, best of plumbing,
bath, elec. water system, full cement
basement, furnace, beautiful kitchen,
all the bit ins, hwd. floors, nook, one
and half miles city limits, garage,
lawn, shrubbery. Shown by appoint
ment SEE -
BECHTEL or THOMASON'
341 State Street Room 4.
24 A. north n-nr A. -ru.m VtA..D iw
-v ' wits 1 jvvj rr, ua II If
elec, creek. 20 in cult.. $2850.
10 A. east,, good soil, 2 A. straw
berries, fine road, 6 room house, elec,
good barn, $3200. $500. cash. baL
C. J. JACKSON. 341 State St
16V4 acres 6 1-2 mlies from Salem on
gravel road, good soil, family orch
ard, wonderful Epring, engine and
tank, water piped to house, 5 room
house, barn, chicken house, garage,
buildings nearly new. $3500 for ser
vice station, camp ground or coast
I 3-4 acres 21i miles from Salem. Ideal
suburban honid, dark soil, good well,
bam, chicken house, double garage,
family orchard Just coming into bear
ing, 6 room plastered house, 3 bed
rooms, basement, furnace, fireplace,
wired for electric range. J4750.
320 V. S. N. Bank Bldg. Phone 6796.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Wants 40 tn CO ntrw nn,i - ...
of Salem. Will trade clear C acre
tract, and pay difference.
H. C. SHIELDS
22 R Oregon RUIy. Tel 8902
Best small apart business In Salem.
Small amount Invested. Investigate
191 8. Church.
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSON A l'Xoans
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security Reparable
monthly. When In financial need see
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bldg Phone 8553
BeIls off Harmony
Heard over KOIN daily
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really different
YOU GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 to $300
Room 119 New Bligh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
51$ State St TeL 3-7-4-0
PERSO VA V 1 NSTAlTuM IK VI "ioASS
STATE LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Building. 2nd Floor.
Office hrs. 10:00 A. M. to 6 30 p M
Telephone 7783. SUte license No.
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
You keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Phone 4732 Snlem Ore
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
SALEM I-OULTRY CO.
255 E. Miller Street
FOR SALE WOOD
Dry wood at Tracy's. Phone 39 SI.
Filled Quickly and Economically
FOR SALE WOOD
"w r aaMk raoas HIT,
wl" ' '- 1 nririinnjujj
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oej
and fMl a Call on os for "prices,- We
oL mr' food quality ans
500a ssi 1 ica
I.ARMER TRANSFER STORAGE
' - - tnn r tj-ij-ij i
CaU Saga's for dry Br, oak. ash
5?? mPla- Reasonable prices. Phone
TeL &000 Salem ruel Co. Trad
... ii-n.rinnjirir itn n n
Dry oak, 4 ft, $5. TeL $701
LOST AND FOUND
Wt r-M-i - 1 - ms
LOST Black suit case between Sa
lem and Falls City. Finder please re
turn to OA F Lunch, 312 N. Commer
cial St, Salem.
t.?, t .!,hl" .dfLt' September th.
I...' 1 wln ot D responsible for any
bills contracted by any person except
myself. Conrad Fox.
FOR SALE USED CARS
SALEM JTJSRD CAR CENTER
1930 Ford Std. Coupe vac
192J Ford Coaeh III
1929 Ford Sedan Ui
192 Ford Coupe 11
1928 Ford Coach 40
1925 Ford Coupe . 35
I2!2Ce"ro,t cch, new tlres 34S
1171 I 'haitsnlA O 3
192C Chevrolet Sedan
1931 iHMge Sedan
1927 Dodge Coupe .
asa e .
1929 (Jraham-Palge Sedan
1926 Nash Coach. '33 license
1929 Plymouth Sedan
192S Buick Std. Coupe
1928 Buick Coupe
1928 Buick Standard Sedan
1927 Chrysler CO Coach
1928 Jewett New Day Coach
1928 Stlldpbkr Ptii.livn
Good '24 Ford Coupe Body and
Chassis . ja
Se JTf w PUior t it
hona 7910 - Marlon and Liberty Sta
For your old or wrecked car. Save
50 to 76 on all parts.
HI-WAY AUTO WRECKING CO.
Buick coupe, master six. Verr good
running engine, body slid tires." Clean
upholstery. $65 if bought at once,
2S75 Portland Road. Tel. 8633.
MoKAVS TTSrrri arya
WITH AN O. K, THAT COUNTS
Star Touring . 20. 00
MarweH Touring, good tires 20 00
Overland Touring 35 00
1927 Paige Coach lis 00
1929 Durant Coupe 15 00
1929 Essex Sedan 233 00
1930 Ford Sport Coupe 5 new
1931 Ford Victoria new tires 365 00
1930 Stude Sedan 465 00
1932 Plymouth Sedan floating
power, new 6 ply tires
free wheeling only IT,
000 miles look and runs
like new 1 650 00
1!2S Coach. "33 license . 195.00
1929 Coach 235.00
1930 Coach '33 license 345.00
1931 Truck '33 license 425.00
Open Evenings and Sundays
We pay cash for used cars
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 3189 430 N. ConVJ
WANTED USEp CARS
WANTED The best late model car
that $150 to $200 cash will buy. Phone
7419 or 3666.
CORVALLIS, Ore., Sept. 9
(AP The weekly dried prun
market and crop report reyiew
prepared by the state college ex
tension service and the govern
ment bureau of agriculture today
said that nearly all dried prune
acreage in Oregon and Washing
ton, with good yields, will be har
vested it picking and drying oper
ations can be financed. Some
acreage with poor yields will not
A good many growers are re
ported accepting cash advances on
the following basis: 2 cents per
pound for 30-35's; 2 cents for
35-40's; 2 cents for 40-45'a; 1 3-4
cents for 45-50's; and 1 1-4 centa
for 50-65's. Various options for
final sale and settlement are
Little cash buying haa been
by packers from producers al
though some independent owners
of dryers have been making some
cash purchases at $7 to $9 per tou
for the fresh prunes. Virtually
no export business has been dose
To Dry Yields
LIBERTY, Sept. 9. Prune
picking will be in full swing here
next week, as most everyone plans
CASH ADVICES ON
PRUNES WORKED QUT
Single File j
Cotton Hardens Dollar a
Bale; at Best Increase
Is 3 Points
By JOHN I COOLET
NEW YORK, Sept. t. (AP)
Stocks a gala felt the finch of sell
ing orders today, but not until th
list bad gone through a, fairly gen
Trading was most active la the
last hour waea solders were tak
ing profits and when offerings
for the short account seemed to
be on the increase. Many brokers
thought a reaetloa would at least
hare the merit ef strengthening
the technical position. Also, they
wondered how much higher the
market could be expected to go
without fresh Impetus from busi
Cotton hardened to the extent
of nearly a dollar a bale. Rail
road executives, meeting la Chi
cago, decided to recommend that
Individual roads serve notices of
a second wage cut. Weekly mer
cantile reviews offered some
cheerful comments on the state
of trade and sentiment. Copper
still acted sluggishly In the for
Taking the day as a whole,
stocks moved irregularly.
At its best the general list was
1 to 3 points higher. The range
of net losses was not Quite so wide,
averaging into a decline of 1.7
for 90 leading issues. In a turn
over of 4,038,210 shares.
Net recessions amounted to
around a point in U. S. Steel, Am
erican Telephone, Consolidated
Gas and North American. Ana
conda, Kennecott and American
Smelting were heavier; so were
National Biscuit, United Aircraft
and Westinghouse. Detroit Edison
took little notice of its dividend
cut. the possibility of which was
made known three months ago.
to start about Monday. It now
looks like most of the prune will
be dried, if the S10 cannery price
is not to be had.
Some growers, whose orchards
are bearing light this year, will
put their prunes into the produce
co-op and get what the market
R. D Barton RatterVs Starter and
genrator work. 515 Chemeketa it
Tslephotts 44SS R. E. Northnea
DR. O. U SCOTT. PSG Chlropssctsr
251 H High. Tel Rea 8571.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets
funeral wre.vha. deroratkma CL P
Bretthaupt. florist. 657 Court street
ALL Kinds of floral work. LuU Flsr
1st 16th A Market Tel I8S2.
Olsea Floor Ce. Tel til L
BECKE A HENDRICKS
III N Hlfrh Tl 44t
THE NEW SALEM LAONDRT
THE WEIDCR LA UN DRY
2U & ttlgh Tel $124
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
"Ws Wah Everything in Lux"
Telephone 51 f5 t?M FtrnndmT
Sharpened and repaired. Also trades
PL W Soott 147 S Com'l Tet. 45U
L. O ALTMAN. 1L D.
Homeopathic phyetclan, office and
residence. 607 Center rhone 6SIJ
Mattresses from factory to home
Spring mattress JS.00. Renovat
ors and fumlgstors. Capital Bedr.r
Co Tel 4069 3030 North Capitol
New mattresa made to order, old
mattress remade; carpet cleaning, sis
Inc; fluff rug weaving Salem Fluff
Rug A Mattress Factory, a 13th A
Wilbur. TeL 144 L to F. Zwlcksr.
OEO C WILL Pianos. Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studlra Repairing phont
graph and sewing innchlnss. 433
State Street 8a Wm.
CANADIAN WHEAT A S S IS T S DROP,
BUTTER STEADY; MOVEMENT GOOD
Nip and Tuck Battle
With end Draw
CHICAGO. Sept. 9 (AP) It
was S Ala and tuck strarrt tn
grains today, ending la a, draw.
evening up lo prepare lor any
SUrorlse In the rnvfnimtnt rnn
report duo after the elose hAd a
isie atrengt&eaing effect, but sell
ing poured Into the wheat pit on
all advances. Rural marketings
of wheat In Canada, this week
were estimated at 20,000.000
bushels, an amount more than
double that for the same period
Wheat closed Irregular, 1-4
off to 1-1 up compared with yes
terday's finish, corn unchanged to
1-8-1-4 lower, oats unchanged to
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Sept.. old, 6S-.SSH;
new, no trading; Dec, .-;
Corn: Sept.. .30 ; Dec, .324
; May. .37-.
Oats: Sept. .15T4-.1I. Dec,
.184; May. .21,-4.
NOTICE OP FINAL ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of
In the Matter of the Estate of
Helena Llndekan, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, as Executrix of the
Estate of Helena Llndekan. De
ceased, has filed her final account
in the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Marlon County, and
that Tuesday the fourth day of
October 1932, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. In the forenoon of
said day and the Court Room of
said Court has been appointed by
said Court as the time and place
for the hearing of objections
thereto and the settlement there
of. Dated and first published Sep
tember 3, 1932.
Date of Last Publication October
Executrix or the Estate of Hel
ena Llndekan, Deceased.
Bruce C. Curry and Bruce Y.
Curry. Attorneys. 808 Union
Avenue, N., Portland, Oregon.
W. E. Rauhut teacher ef violin and
trnmSnn Phone SUg.
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMBING and gvneraj repair
work. Oraher Bros III go L!bert
PHONTB OI.ENN ADAMS for nous
Jewstln. paper hanging, tmtlna
f R11hU workmen
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pampn
let a, programs hooks or any kind oJ
printing, call The Statesman Print
Ing Department 31 1 8 Commercial
STOVES and store repairing. Stoves
for sal, rebuilt and repaired. Ail
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooka loran hooka
Salens Fence and Stnve Worka 21
Cr,mekefs Tel 7T4 FUmlns
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 3Z
Stats ft Trt TYt Distributing, for
warding and storage oerr specialty
itt our rat a
POR local or distant transfer stor
g esll 3131 Larmer Tranafer Co
Truck te Portland rtnllv
Tricycle tires and eprt repairing
t Mwck'e Rlk Shop. 59S Court St.
Rented, sold and repaired. Easy
A. R CL Mayta. Con Ion. Meadows
and Automatic $11 and up.
W C MANtlUM. Manager
3SJ N. High TeL
BECKE A HENDRICKS
183 N. High Te. 44t
S. M EARI.E
334 N. High St TeL llll
SOCOLOPSKY A SON
3M-A first Nat Bk. Bldg. Tel TI01
t F. ULRJCH
S2I SUte Street feL 1172
HOMER D FOSTER REALTY CO.
37 Stats St Tsl T623
W H. ORABENHORST A CO,
114 & Liberty St Tsl Itfk
By CLIFF CTERRRTT
I . - TTW ,
Orad R raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f ia per
(Milk basea sa Asgssl VstUr
Batterfai, rweec, lOe.
Bntterfat, sor, 17c
rarjiT ajid ftottiJiBi
Pries pais to grswers ey Aabaa bsyers.
Septoaiker t . .
CTs rtees beww. sspplles ky a iseal
grecer. are laieatie ef tke aaily amsrkH
sat are set gsaraatM by Tke 8Uteasta)
OsUoor Csessibera, aas. ia
Betsssss Cakea. &. aa
Beeta. leeL dm
.10 U .IS
Tarsipa. toeai. aaa.
Greea Peppers, lb.
Local Cabbmn. lb. fp
Bssisbea. aoa. basekes
Osiesa. sea bssebea -
7f u t oo
wee Petaeea. 100 lbs
Local celery. Jot
Lecal lattace crate
Peacfaea. be, retail
8weet Cera, dot.
Pears, ku.. local
Strioc Beans, lb.
Toatstoea. lag -Tomstedea,
.OS to .07 H
Caataloases. crsto ,
Heeciese grapea. Calif. (vkeleaala)LlS
lee cream meloas 01 14
Piekliag ooioss (wboletsle) 04
Daaiak Sqasab. dom. 4$
Local Moskmelona. lb. 01
afedtsai Bias .
Spring cltirktnt 18 to .14
Lerhnrn BmlVrm ll
OSAS AWD HAY
Wbsat wertsra red. tep 50 to .SI
White, No. 1. top 50 to .53
Barley ton. top . 16. OO
Oats, ton. top 16.00 to 19.00
Hy. baying prices
Oeto aid etek. ton .'T.00 to 7.50
Alfalfa, valley. 1st rntting B 00 10.00
Imbv. top j 7$
f-wr .. . 01
Hors, top 4.SJ
Hogs, first eats 4 10
Steers 03 to .04
Tows oi H to .03
Heifers 03 to .03 H
Dressed vl top 08
POBTLAJfD. Ore, Sept. 9 (AP)
Produce exchsart. net prices: Batter,
extras 80s. standards 19c, prisae firsts
le. firsts 18e; eggs, freak extras 31e;
Ireth BBedisma 19c
PORTLAND, Ore. Sept. 9 (AP)
Wheat Opea nigh l-w Close
Msy 59 50 S9 SH
Sept UU. St 53 53
Dec. , s ' Sg 53H 5A
Cask what: Big Bead blaestea 58;
hard whit, soft white 52 H ; wettora
white 63; hard wister. 52 northers
spring- S3; wsaters red 31.
Oeta, No. 3 white $17.
Cora Me. t X. yellow 30.TS.
Miilraa staadard $14.
PORTLAND. Ore, Sepu 9 (AP)
Batter prints, 93 score or bettor. 33
33c; staadards. Si-Sis.
Bsttorfat Uireet to shippers: Statiea
15c. Portia ad delivery prices 17e poand.
Eggs Pacific Pealtry Producers' sell
ing prices : Fresh extras 31s. lUadtni
SOa. mo-llsats 19e, pulloto 14c
Uve pealtry net bayiag price: heavy
heas. colors-. 4V Iba ap, 14e; do aae
diaaia, 10c; lights, se; springs, colore-.
16c; all weights, white, 16; old roosters.
7s: ducks. Pskia, 1112c
Con a try assets Sailing price te retail
ers: Coantry-killed hoes, best batchers,
aader 100 poaads. 6 6 Vie; vealers. 80 to
100 poaads. 99He: lsmbs 9 9He pound,
yesrlings 5e pound, heavy swss 3 He
pound, canner cows 3c poand. balls 4Vk 5c
Nats Otgoa walnuts 1519c. peaaots
10c. Brstils 1314c. slaioada 1516c. tll
barts 20 22c pecsns 20.
Csscars bark Bayiag price. 1933 peel.
Bops Nominal 1932. 11H-I3e posed;
eeatracU 1933. 13c
Onions Selling price te retailers: New
Wslla Walla. 65 75e ceaUL
Potatoes Local. 75e orange bos; Yaki
ma Oena 75s.
8trswberries Orfgon 34c. $1,50 1.73
Wool 1932 clip aonainal; Willsmette
valley 10 lie poand. casters Oregoa 9
to lie pound.
Ray Buying pries from producer: Al
falfa $12-13.50. clover $9-9.50. eastern
Oregon timothy $17.50. oata and vstch
PORTLAND, Ore, Sept 8. (AP)
Cattle Beeeipu 75. calves 10; qaotably
steady. , H
Steers. 00 900 pounds media in. $4.50-
; common. $2.50-4.50; 900-1100 pounds
aaeainas. $4.5016; commoa. $2,504.50;
1100-1300 pounds modi am. $4 5.85. Heif
art, S50-850 pounds medium, $3.15-4.75;
common. $2.25 3.35. Cows. CAM. $3-3.50;
low cotter and cutter. $1.50-3. Balls,
yesrling exclude-, good sad choice (beef I.
$3.50-3; cutter, commas and atediasa,
$1,50 3.50. Vealers. asilk fad. good aad
ekeiee, $6-6.60; madmm. $4,60 6: call
and eoaxmea, $3 4.30. Calvos, 350 500
psonda, good ss4 choice, $4,50 6; com
mon asd medians. $7-4.50.
Hors receipts 406; a boat at easy.
Light lights. 1 40-16O pesada. good and
choice, $4.35 4.85. Lightweights. 160-180
pounds $4.65-4.83 1 tav-30 pewass $4 64
4.85. Mediaa weight 300 330 pewada,
$4-4.83; 320 250 lba $3.73 4.3S. Heavy
weights, 350-390 pounds. $3.75-4.65; 390
350 poaads. $3.50 4.50. Packing sows.
375-500 poaads. asediaaa ans good. $3
$.75. - Peedera-atoekara, TS-U0 swaass,
good sad ckotce, g3.7S-4.3S.
Slaughter aheap mm4 tomha BsselpU
450. about steady.
Lambs, 00 poaads do a, good aad
choice, $4.35-4.50; asediaaa. $3.50-4.35;
all sights, awasasea. $8J0-8.SO. Yearliag
wethers, 90-110 pawn do. media-i to choice,
f 1.2 5-1. 83. twea. 1t pounds, ssawra to
ekeiee. $1-1.25; 130-150 poaads. saedinas
to ekeiee, 75e-$l; aU weights, sail to
Cat yor flowors freely, partle
alarl th6 aaauats. Is th Adtlco
of tko Poaasylvaaia 6Utt collofo
of AgTiculturo ia Kg anfgestioi
for proloBSbss tko floworlng sea-oom.
Poultry Demands and
in Good Shape
PORTLAND, gopt I (AP)
Maintaining- iu poalUoa ef tb
pagt two weeks, the bnttor aaar
ket opened steady to flrra today
with trading brisk oa a food ro
ta II demand.
All score, particularly tho bet
ter trade, moved In good Yolama
oa moderata production of new
applies. Prices wer anebaa.ed
for tho day.
All also of etc woro nomin
ally steady for tho day. No mater
ial change la the storage altoa
loa was reported. Price, steady
All klnda of poultry are steady
to firm on the Portland market
with supplies about right for the
demand. Dealers are not encour
aging larger shipments, however.
Picking Machine Being Test
ed in Yakima Yards
Following the usual between
seanon dullness which prsrailed
during most of August, PacifJa
coast hop markets became more
actire and firmer toward the close
of the month, principally as the
result of an Improved domestic
demand for both old and new
crop hope, statu the Monthly Hop
Market Reriew of the U. S. Bu
reau of Agricultural Economics.
Opening prices for new 1S32 crop
hop are slightly below those of
last year, but are abore those of
two years ago.
In Oregon markets, around 2.
080 bales of 1931 crop elustera
were sold during tho past month,
at prices ranglnc from a low of
lltte to 12 c. The higher price
prerailed toward the end of the
period, which brings current quo
tations on 1931 hops to approxi
mately the same lerel as those of
a month ago. While the market
for the new 1932 Oregon crop haa
hardly opened as yet. because of
the late season, current- bids for
new crop Clusters are ranging
from 13c to 13?ic per lb. net to
grower. This compares with open
ing ralues of 14-15c last year,
and 12-13c two years ago; 13
is being offered for new crop Fug
gles. Growers howerer, are offering
only light amounts at these prices,
mostly showing an inclination to
await further derelopmenu.
Based upon early samples re
ceired. the uality of the new Ore
goa crop will be aomewhat Irreg
ular, with some rery fine samples
receired, and others showing off
grade. Hot weather during the
past two weeks has been a factor
in the lowering of quality.
In Washington markets. Yaki
ma Valley growers bare contract
ed for the sale of 1.6S9.009
pounds of 1932 hops, according
to figures on file with the Yakima
County auditor. Most contract
call for lltt-12c per pound net
grower. Some old contracts are
higher. About one-half of this
year's estimated crop ia corered
by theso contracts.
Yakima Valley hop grower
are reported much Interested ia
a hop-picking machine Invented
by a Uoxee man, which is being
tested tjis season. Vines will be
cut about two feet from the
ground and run through the ma
chine, which will use hot air and
rollers to remove leaves, stem
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notice Is hereby giren that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by tho County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion, as Administratrix
of the estate of Margaret C. Lan
sing, deceased, and that she ha
duly qualified as such administra
trix; all persona having claims
against the estate of said decedent
are hereby notified to Present tb
same to me, duly verified, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my at
torney. 203 Oregon Building. Sa
lem. Marlon County. Oregon, with
in six months of the date of this
Dated at Salem. Oregon, this
13th day of August, 1932.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Margaret C. Lansing, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
8trd-f, Sept. 1
KOTJf 840 Xc rnu
8:00 KOlX's Klock.
T;45 Organ concert.
:00 Golden aseksdie-,
8:30 ktaoUao atriag eastaahU. CBS.
13:4S--Toaaap Cbristtos's sra-aatra.
3:0O Freddio Martin's rcbeetrm, CB3L
3:30 Midland broascastora, CBS.
8:15 Willtaaa HsU's reeitol. CBS.
S:45 tndJe font-re.
7:00 Passing br tks -as. CBS.
7:30 CkaseVs tks -Ugtcsaaw DLBS.
7 14b Bs. tsoeHa aeihsaua. CBS. -10:00
Do 8itoe's -oral Knights.
13 Jack aad Jill's orchestra.
XOAO 850 X. CorT-W
:4J rarsa autriurt re-tow.
8:00 Mossing concert.
8:30 Hoanemakers' Tksiit boos.
11(80 Our Health.
13 ;35 Market reports, ere pa aad weeds
or f erecnat.
3:00 -e1iis eckeoa.
8:04) -s Ton laks It wHk -nthaas
8:4S Manor asnslc
T ;1I Philosopher ml Ike sresiroadt.
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