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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Rlorntng, November 6, 1932
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FOR SALE Real . Estate
OM fir-1 ta. Sad growth Mtmd
S roots Btltn btuM Mml
treaL hardwood floors, mnm back I IS In., ee IS in. aeai
porch, a real bargain at $2600.00. 850 I tenable. Phone 0130.
down bal can be arranged. -
A-l old growth. Sod growth and oak
2 stocked and equipped ranches, one 1 for sale. Get our prices. TeL 0470.
80 acres and the other 100 acres: a
Salem bouse can be exchanged for the
equity on either farm xnortgagea, 8180 ,
A nice acre with 4 room modern
house at city limits north, price $8,
600.00. 325,00 down and 20.00 a
One acre with t room house and t
lares rabbit houses and other build
tnga at city limits. A real buy at 8,
600.ee ; will take some trade.
& It EARLE
203 N. High Phone 1171.
BUTTERFAT IS FIRMER, UP TO 21c
CORN iCXEAllAGE LARGE R WEEK
LOST AN0 FOUND
LOST House key on octagonal
ring. PlKMie 0102 or 8659; reward.
IDST KnUrhts of Pythias locket
charm. Lady's picture ItIda, Leave at
Senator 'Hotel lor reward. "
LOST One sold earring' antlqu
lnc business hours.
I Weakness in Storage
Eggs Gains but
PORTLAND. Not. 5.( AP)
Despite the fact that gg wrtcee
' e,nYi2Pt of "Jf-Bo"- Re I are showing little. It any, matert
f("1.ittr, pbm 4,W lal change te, leading centers
HELP WANTED MALE
yij- -m-iminjtiAJU'inji m iitri'fli f
TTANTKD ThorcuKlOy1 e9erleBCd
hardware man. Must be familiar with
plumbing, heating, hardware, paint
and general knowledge of merchandis
ing, dire age and experience m detail
In application. Box 75, care Statesman,;
nu i rim.rLfiryir nfi'y r -
S room fur.- duplex, ground floor.
garage. 004 Mil I. T. A. Albert
Old established manufacturer will fi-
nsncs responsible man in a per
manent business. Must hs A-I
references and car. Starting erage
030 weekly. Steady Increase up toflOO
fur right man. No ck season or lay
offs. Write promptly McCONNON ft
COMPANY, Dept. B-2210, Winona,
II r riLHm.i. JL'1-r.l-n.ri.ii .fLTLirn h"mi- i-i- -
Reliable man to take cars store
route. Distribute and collect New
produ''- Protected territory. Earn ex
cellent weekly Income. Berland Pea
nut Coy St Paul. Minn.
STEADY WORK GOOD PAT
rhniM nnonlntri In country and
towns for reliable men and women. No
capital or experience required. MR.
THOMAS. Supt, 420 Third St, Oak
- . - - innn fio rin i ' "
tn travel with manager
nearby towns, returning dally. Small
- hmiwthold article, fast seller. See Mr.
Burns, 1211 Broadway, Monday or
Tuesday morning. &
HELP W ANTELW-FEM ALE
Sales ladles to call on housewives
all or part time, small nousenoia ar
ticle, fast seller. Call at 1211 Broad-
ww, afternoons. - .
Bantolst wishes dance Jobs. Tel,
- - - - -nnnilii nfVui
Roof leaks carpenter repair, paint,
kalsomlne. Phone 6Z13.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
I throughout the country, ther was
LOST Any person ' knowing the I a eertaln aslnesa ln . the trand
A. CL Bohrnstedt Real Estate, In- I whereabouts of French Bull dor which 1 ti,. .ani,l K nrInAVd . Kot nnlv
surance and loans, moved to Koom is, 1 oisappearea rraat asss -vosn iw. w. i ,,., ,m
Ladd 4k Bush Bank BuUdlng. I 20th. please get In touch with police I 1 "
or phone 7as. iwiwuwireow wi iww
RXT.trM'S best BUT I 1 at hand hnt them aonara little
Is a room bungalow only 4 blocks I L08T Brown purse containing I ...v. - a ,- lal advances in
from state house, north. This Is ex- 1 12.40 between Capitol theatre and I ----- - , -
renMntian wn bniit fniiv modern, has 1 blmd schooL Phone 4072. I lreu gooasr nay oero iuwb r
Apt Garage 112.50, 801 N. Com'L
2 R. apt. furn. 1 sleeping rm. Bus
iness district 253 Center.
beautiful lot 0 large fruit trees, nice
garden spot Distant owner says "seu."
The price will surprise you.
BEK Mrs. Kills wun
CHILDS ac MILLER, Realtors
344 State Street Phone 1701.
Lovely t R. apt Greatly reduced
rates. 1580 Center.
Close In modern steam heated aptai
at special low winter rates. Phone
Nice furn. apt, t0 Union.
Lovely court bungalow furnished.
tlreplsce. bd firs., garage, elea
range, 320. Phone 5154.
1. 2 and 3 room apts., furn. or not
Lights, water, garage. 1421 N. Church.
2 room furn, apt, 280 8. Cottage.
Furn. apt. main floor. Private en
trance and bath. Heat water and tele-
pnone Included. 425 Marion St
FOR RENT HOUSE3
Good 5 R. house. 475 S. Winter.
Furn. and unfurn. houses K. A.
Forkner, 1810 N. Cottage. Tel. 203L
8 R. subm its, Abrams, Masonic bldg.
3 R bungalow, built-ins. Gas Stove,
basement furnace. 4 SI N. Winter.
Mrs. J. A. Mills.
Housekeeping, references. Miss Rose
berry, 191 S. Church.
cttMfurranhlc work desired. Haxelle
Gearhart, 1148 Fir St. Ph. 3224.
i All around handy man wishes work,
handy with tools, concrete, brtcWeylng,
gardening, etc 1345 MM St. Salem.
Woman with boy 14. girt 10, wish
es housework or cooking for crew. k.
1. Bos 4T. Balem. i :
FOR 8ALBJ Old patrs 10c bun
die. Statesman Cmos.
1705 Fir St $20.00
1450 N. 10th St. 25.00
1410 McCoy St 25.00
1205 Market St 20.00
774 a 18th St 10.00
225 N. 24th St 25.00
P. H. BELL, 206 U. S. Bank Bids.
Large home, furnished, located 432
N. Summer St, 32a. per mo.
Modern five room home at 582 N.
21ct St 320. per mo.
. W. It GRABENHORST Sc CO.
134 South Liberty Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
0 acres near Woodburn. electricity.
sell on easy terms or trade. Would
rent to responsible parties.
Oregon Bldg. Tel. 8902.
kwwwwww I less forced by a desperate attempt
FOUND Pair dark- rimmed glasses. I nr thnu hnldtnar itarifs roodi to
The .weakness and dullness In
ttorage cggs iras gaining rapidly
although the late strength in xre-an
gooda has been used as a screen
I r, vat Vv ?AZ I to hide the1 facts. By adranclng
11928 Bulck Standard Coupe 255.00 I ires a gooas, noiacrs oi siarsae-
19 Bulck 4-pass. coupe i24.ee i gg, have been enabled to noia
1030 Chevrolot Sedan 345.0 I .iidlne- demand for ice house
1A r,t.n..r.lA ,C II I "
- - - - V m I sfoodit In check.
1028 Chevrolet Roadster lis.es I i ners was a ciuukb .
FOR SALE USED CARS
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
FOR SALE FARMS
1924 Chevrolet Sedan. 2S Uo. - 45.00 1 price of butter for the week end.
j75 oi This applied to ine open marxei
1927 Dodge Coupe,
1920 Ford Coupe
1929 Ford Sedan
BUT THIS RANCH
8! -acres. 5-R. house, electric lights
and basement, barn and etc SO-A.
cult, 20-A. timber and pasture, team.
4 cows, l heifer, an xarm implements
for 3600.00; 31700.00 down, baL easy.
located 8-miies east or saiem. sener
look this over.
JAS. D. SEARS, Realtor
133 South High
225.00 ior cubes and prints and to the
195.0 i exchange on the former, juuuer-
1929 Ford Standard Coupe 195.00 1 however. Is firmer and Is
a as t toaculnc 2le in spots.
75o i For the week end there was no
s. I -change in the general chicken
2 51 1 market situation. Demand appears
1 . L 1 -11
95 00 I lavorsoie ai currant mu iui
lisioo 1 sorts of hens but springer stuff re
mains more or less draggy.
1929 Ford Sport Coupe
1929 Ford Phaeton
1928 Ford Coach, '33 11c
193 Ford Coupe
100 acres of excellent soil, one-half
bottom land. 70 acres nnder cultiva
tion, 10 A. hops, 8 rm. modern house,
large barn for dairying, creek, price
1924 Ford Tudor like new
1928 Nash Special Sedan
1925 Olds Coach. 82 11c
1928 Studebaker Tour. 3S lie
1929 Plymouth Sedan j
FOR I '
TERMS A TRADES
. SEE i
JIM OR CHARLH8.
Marlon ft Liberty Sts Phone 7910
McKATS USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
312,500. will take smaller acreage or 1 1929 Ford R4. new tires
I sen Y7. 0.m,m4 T A tmmmm
Grain Recedes From
New Advance but
Grade B raw 4 milk,
eo-oj pool price, f 128 pet
. (afOk based oa seaU-SMataly
bntterfat average.) -
Batterf at, sweet, 22c
Batterfat, soar, tOe
Chicago, not. s. (ap)
Distarbed by a downward slide of
Canadian - exchange rates . to the
lowest point sine August, Chi
cago grain markets today receded
from a promising new advance.
An additional unsettling influ
ence was an apparent halt In ez
nort demand for Canadian wheat.
rxtm AKD VEGETABLES I a
rrlew P.I4 togrews bj Sslesi layers thft f4e, t-t
(Tk nrlees belra. aiisaUad by local
grocer, are ladtestive of te silr asarkct j
aneea from the United States to
uted 1.760,000 bushels In the last
iZZLmZZ?.:rl' st': I week, the largest clearances this
Houioat ceeemoers. aes.
Chinas cabbage, doc
Carrots, 4M sag -
Beets, locaL 'doa,
Teraips, teeel, des.
Ureas seppers. Ik. -
.10 te 15
Radishes, do, banelies
Onloss. dos. basebee -
Sweet potatoes, 190 lbs. ,
Celery aearts, oes. .
Loeal celery, dos.
Lettoea, ente . .
Tonstoes, lag ,.
Tonateea, Dv , ,
Cantalospea, erste ,
Oaioas, Walla WUm
Onloat. Labisa, t lb. .
Daeiia saoesh. dos.
.70 to 1.0
Wheat closed Irregular at
lower to i higher aa compared
with yesterday's finish, corn un
changed to U advance, oats -
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat December. 43-;
May. 4S-; July. 494-.
Corn December, 2 5-25 H;
May, 2-4: July, .
Oats December, 16; May,
18; July, 18.
Huckleberries, retell. Ib.
OOmeors grape. log
lilri of Pine rraperrult
175 South High Street
Bu,yxruxVfr,Vv"sr" rrirr' esios
1930 Ford Sport Rd.. new tires
1931 Ford Coupe, like new
1927 Pontlao Coach
1928 Durant Coach
S mL from
Delivery new tires
1923 Coupe .
7 A. Fair 5 R. house.
tnwn 31100 00.
142 A. 85 A. to cultivation. Good
tnrlnr Familr orchard. Fine new I
t..... iimiu rir, vnnt rnad 240 ner A. I 1921 Coach
R. A. FORKNER 1938 Sport Rd. 840 miles
1610 N. Cottage Phone 3031. 1932 Coupe
,.,ws... . - 1933 Coach
HERE'S TOTTR LAST CHANCE 1983 Special Sedan
Read This careruuy I iszs ranam iruca
At About 215 Tbns
" sis SUNNYSIDE. Nov. 5 The
I 116 I Druns harreet is over showing a
- ut very ligtit crop for this district
$ 55 of a large acreage. The total
1 176 amount ot dried prunes put out
- 845 Djr H driers this season was ap-
- proximately 215 tons, several
" sts .dryers not running at all. Fall
595 I seeding done, apples a light crop,
picking still going on. Poultry
business is languishing, with hens
on a strike, old hens sold off for
pullets. A good tonnage of wa
retail 2 for .25
, . 1.50 I
Cauliflower. 5e. 1, crate-
POKTLAKD. Ore N. 6. (AP)
PTOdaee etchanre. oet price : Batter, ex
tras 21c taBdards 20 He, prbae firsU
20c. firsts 19c. Eggs, fresh extras 8S.
iresa mdi ami 2 Sc.
Apple Prices are Little
Changed; Celery Is
t 7 r
Top, 132. lb.
Top. 198L lk.
4 room modern house and garage,
very nicely furnished for 320.00.
4 room partly furnished, elec stove
and garage, 316.00. .....
V acre and 4 room house, 310.00.
8. M. EARLE
208 North High Phone 9878.
Store with fixtures, living rooms in
45-acres of as good soil as lays out 1 1929 Chev. Truck. 13.000 miles
doora 40-A. cult, 5-A. timber. Nice TERMS TlAiJEa
ii..i.m nine Trw tnsa num. BTOQu I MrKA X UHJL V lUJUCil KsKJ.
Improvements with S-sllos, 82-hoad j 323 Center Phono 3189 43 N. ComT. j nuU WM harvested and of good
cows. 40 hogs, team ana ut 1 1
has enough feed to run 8 silos Good Star touring car. very reason-
full. Barn full hay, grain and chop able. 1290 Oak. Phone 0X7 .
feed. All for 3700O.BO i aowuj
-VaTIMAw annlM 3Sn tOT, WalnUtl .IOC I AA.n.M4(A. sn,saa 111 t"riii9-H
,e iiaws - - . 1 lviuicluvu, sa.a.fv
Large flat ror rent, & rooms, rurnace.
I ' 1 fc. .. ..v,
ww RiT.F. Colonial Jr. range, line Mv -r,,, nfrw vnit nAv.
rew, 325. Phone Turner 46. Address I F,m CoorXDijLTa 125" a month.
Carl BOOtn, l-unier.
tuHri.nJ Kl-in9hire ewes to let
on shares. E. A. Khotcyl595 S. High.
nfMTljIL' rn 11 fSUXlXP JJiTi ""lf m sa sseasSaaSkossJS
SALEM Linen Gifts 13c and up.
Greenbaums 240-244 N. Com L
Tractor and plow, Juoj! a led
3185.00. Chaa E. Lebold. Tel. 7910.
Z . , mnr sjLrsjr 11 r 1 - i
Barn for sale, cheap or trade for.
wood. 600 r. ltui ou
BECKE db HENDRICKS
ISO North High Street
Office and desk room for rent
A. a BOHRNSTEDT. Room 19
Ladd k Bush Bank Bid.
J. D. BEAK3, iteauor
133 South High Street
nnimn n riisfarlrsi '
nnntms s AfBB TRACT
KnrfH nt Salem and dose to high'
way. Best of soil, 1 acre of cherries,
some berries, family orchard, good
plastered house, plumbing, good well.
water system, garage, uaru """J-"'1-"
en coops Price 13700, cash f 1000, bal
ance easy. ,
4 State Street mone oi
MONEY TO LOAN
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security. Kepayaoie
monthly. When In financial need see
us before closing '"",,
GENERAL. 1IN v 113 1 an c.i .
1 1926 Chrysler Coupe
11926 Star 6
1 1128 Essex
ACME AUTO 4V TRECK WRECKERS
TRAILERS - - - THAUiEKs
Expert Ignition and auto repairing.
430 S. Com'l. H blk. S. or paper mm.
: LIVELY PIHP III
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llndy
Taylor made a shopping trip to
Portland Tuesday, also risited
with Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Buelle,
cousins of Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and
Mr. D. 8. Person Tisited at New-
berg yesterday, their son Earnest
who Is a student at Pacific col
lege returning with them. The
Birthday club met with Mrs
Heckerd's Friday night with 40
present. Fun. and conversation
filled the erening.
.08 te .09
.00 te .07
PO ETC. AND. Ore, Nor. 5. (AP)
TVbaat Opea High Low Close
December 42 S 42 42 S 42
Kay 4714 47 47 47
Caih wheat: Big Bead blueitem. 51;
soft white, hard winter 41; westera
, white, aortharn spring 40 ; weitern
Oats No. 2 white 817.
Cora No. 2E yellow 318.25.
Millraa Standard 311.25.
10 te .14
11 to .14
Hogs, first cats
Dressed veal, top
GSAX AJTD BAT
Wheat, westers red
White, Ifo. 1
Barley, top, ton ...
Oats, white, too
Oats, gray, top. too
Hay. bo Tin pM
Oats sad vHea, toa
..08 lo .04
..01. to .08
02 to .09
Alfalfa, valley. 1st eattiag
Walnots, erehsrd ran
Filberts, fsir grads
T.OO to 7.8
.0.00 to 10.00
POBTLAND. Ore.. Nov. 5. (AP)'
4.00 Batter X'rinti. 02 score or better 23-24c.
-8.50 I standards 22-23c
Egg Pacific Poultry Producers' sell
isf price! ; fresh extras 26c, standards
24e. mediums 13c, pullets 19c
Country raeatt Selling price to retail
ers; country-killed hogi. best butchers,
under 150 pounds, 5 U -5 Vic: vealerf, 80
f 100 pounds, 6 -7e; lambs, 8-8 c
yesrlings 5e, hesvy ewea 2Vi-3c, canner
cows 2-2 e, bolls 4-4 e.
Ksts Oregon walnots 1519c pound,
pesants 103, Braxils 12-14c almond a 15-
16c. filbert 20 -2'Je. pecans sue
Carloadlngs of northwest fruits
and vegetables for the week end
ing October 23 amounted . to
3771 cars compared with 44(7
ears last week. This reduction
was common ' to all the major
commodities. The most noticeable
reduction being on the move
ment from Idaho, where only
slightly over 600 cars of pota
toes and 287 ears of apples were
shipped compared with 700 and
526 cars respectively for the pro
Oregon shipments were: apples
221 cars, cauliflower 2, celery
20, mixed vegetables 1, onions
. pears 7f, potatoes St, Total
F. O. B. apple prices have
shown little change daring the
past two weeks although selling
inquiry declined, probably as a
result of heavy unsold, loadings
last week. A flood of third grado
stock was received in California
via boat from the northwest, most
ly on consignment; and stopped
f. o. b. inquiry from that sector.
Demand tor the cheap crates or
lugs of Washington third grade
apples, which was quite active a
month ago, has become very quiet.
Worm Damage Unknown
Definite information relative to
worm damage in late varieties as
WInesaps is still lacking, but
Rome Beauty harvest shows
heavy worm infestation.
The mystery of "how big is
Oregon's cauliflower crop," now
appears solved. Originally esti
mated at 1.500-2,000 cars, ship
ments to date total approximate
ly 200 cars, with another 200 cars
of No. 1 'flower still in the fields
for shipment daring the next
eight weeks. If weather permits.
Much acreage was never harvest
ed, and much production, total
ling possibly 100 cars, was sold
locally and throughout the north
west by truck. Last week's prices
were ruinous to growers, with No.
1 stock realizing 20-30c per crate.
Growers are inclined to abandon
their production rather than roll
unsold shipment extensively.
Oregon celery matured this
season earlier than any recent
year, due to the prolonged hot
summer weather, and the custom-
any Period of pre-Thanksgiving
.10 to .14
HOP SALE RE
uyiag prices, 1932 I ahinnina- arHvil-v finds mn.H .,
peel. Se pound. I .,.
Hops Nominal, 133-, id iie. 1 " - - ..a..su "icu
Batterfat Direet to shippers; station, for the November markets. Ship-
16c Portland delivery price, churning 1 .onto a fri th. At HI K. .H
nn- A v:-l I -... " " .. uut,i
Cremttl .Qlo nu, awre crcia uiuc.
Live poultry et buying price; heavy
heas. colored. 4 pounde, le; do mo-
dioms lie; lights 9c; spnnga. colored.
1415c; all weights, white, 10-12c; old
roosters 7c: ducks, Pekias, 10-11c.
Onions Selling pries to retailers; Ore-
lighter than were anticipated.
Disease ard abandonment reduced
total production much below early-season
estimates. Inquiry la
only fair, with carlot f. o. b. sales
gon 70-75c cental Yakiii 60-65c cental. arouB g5-70c per half crate. Ida-
INDEPENDENCU. Not. I
Nearly 00 bales of hops hTe
FOR SALE Real Estate
Good semi-modem home surrounded
by beautiful shaded grounds, fruit.
R n Barton Raf teres Starter and
naikBiPbon. 8551 been purchased of Independence generate wovb 4S chenketa t
growers auring iuw v,b ?
The price range was from II to TjljrJ)IN CONTRACTOR
10 1-g cents. . 1 -
Pomeror h Mattlson sold ! New bunatng and alterations srt-
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
XOU Keep me car
GEO. C WILL Pianos. Pbono-
I graaha, soaring machines, sheet music.
and piano studies Repairing pnon-v
graph ana sewmg mamineo. ess
Stats Street- saiem
ehntos Gems 85 95c. Yakima Gems S0-85c
Wool 1032 elio. nominsl: Willamette
valley 12-15c pound, eaatera Ore r on 10-
Hay Boyiag price from producer; al
falfa $12-12.50. clever 89-9.50, eaitena
Oregon timothy 317-17.50, oats and
retch f 1O-10.SO.
each; call 9541.
' -":!. . J : ei an f.maln 10c I nuts, berries, grape arbor and gar-
xemer pupa, - a.n Kl mama flroolaca. basement
lot 120x135. garage. Near Junior high
and grammar schools. Paved street.
alee view. 33500. terms., might accept
some carpenter work on deal, owner
765 Rcrsl avenue, phone asst.
- -- --' --.
m i-Krwn Tn trade viimltiire for I
mrtioL Onen air market cor. Marlon ,. 6 rooms ar.d unfurnished at-
and Hlgh 1 tic fireplace, basement, garage, chlcK-
eo house, electric pump, rruic, eic,
WANTED SHSCellaneOllS 1 1 acre on Garden Road, 5 room bun- j
. . nn- . n I gaiow. xirepiace, oain. etecirre wi
IB kinds Of rules, past 01 a, HHnauu 1 e, , . , ----..
Idld lewelry. CondlUon eb- j 2 A. H ml from Salem on paved
Wt Name your price. . roao, room ounsaiow, raw. iu.
275 State Phone 1711
snjrtrrvsn s I1 '1 8 - - - - - - sasae--
p A EIKER I i.i en.wloo tn the. Walfa Hon 1 porienrea ana reasonamo. vw
o. m . 1 i . " ' " . f. T.l V49T for annolntment. OL .
uor. uofnr aw I . it ko TMi rnn wee 1 -
Phono 4732 Balom. ore. I compaiuy . ' "Z 1 Tnompsaa
- . . . . m i so mm wnsin sina
tpg,wmM0tlmrfm't I TOWB V lu" ? "-'- w
'BellS Of Harmony . was Pomeroy 4V Mattlson's first
. ' I xj xi Uinna an Id 144 bales
Heard over KOIN dany 1 " t ' V' Zl . ,,
QI OOPS W 1. 1 1
cents. It was his share , of the
crop grown on the Henna ranch
John Titus sold il naies ot lug
ring out a
loan service that
16 N. tjommercuu
? a MTirnnMi otaaoa. In ex
change en radios, phonographs, or fur
niture. H. nun r urnniii. -""- -
rtM rum. atoves. etc. TeL 3593.
u-irnr. r n.JUU1'11''' '
WANTED Good used typewriter,
Vt;ver 81. Call 8987.
' wVtt1tt-; -of furniture for Pd for Salem home.
TOD GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLT LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK and CJOTjRTKOus service J company, his share of the crop
r v a I O A 49 Jk I . mm .1
. on uwo iw 10 ttvy 1 j.r0W nT beavey-w aiKer.
n ei,i f , s. B. Walker and 80m sold a
CHIMNEY 8 WEEP
TolonHoeio 4450 ft W Korthnoea,
-n a . msvTMm DC9 r-l, l.iin n.
gies ana cias-oro w -w 1 tfs w Htrrt r ks h7x
Dp. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuea, and Sat 3 to 6 p. m. 148
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMB fNO and
work. Graber Bros.
166 80. Liberty
carload 120 bales of late elust- j BOTrr tns booqoou
ers to . uiemens norai com-1 ftmeral wreaths, decorauona,
nanr at II 1-8. 1 Brelthatrpt, florist 657 Court etrewt
v -r Tirillt. . ..la K Kl.a .f I TeL 8994.
XV. Li. w i 11. duiu wm v..9w
about 65 cars to date, will contin
ue in limited volume until halted
by cold weather.
Heavy frosts in parts of south
ern Idaho last week did consider
able damage to unharvested on
ions. Some field damage resulted
to Takima Valley onions last week
also. Although the Willamette
valley onion crop has been under
cover for some time, most of Ore
gon's Tualatin valley crop, ot
about 100' cars, ia now on the
ground, with possibility of consid
erable rain damage before har
vesting is completed. Onion prices
continue discouraging, 25e for 2"
PORTLAND. Ore., Nov. 5 mm. 15c for smaller sixes, per
(AP) Cattle receipta were SS60, cwU to grower,
calves 103, for the week. Inter
im nfforlnv-a riitmlnntAri tho TiriB
:Lm.ent.ng Limited Volume
iui as i lv v av " "
ITEM Oil MARKETS
.... . . j I n III Smwm tXlltrh RMf 9n( KIOOt
own your own ouyo a rut. awu ' I " ; " I . , r.i. XT.-, ..w 1 u.j..et.Ml ..v Ti,fm a-ia.
, . .. larr. InK Xbfl I L,im.S&J O eAX IBXKIOI W UIJ.W avv - I viu. .--..-. -
v..ws .v.v a..w . i nn m m m . . . ... . . ... . .w . ..aw
down. 816 per month. Interest 518 State at r.'.ZZ 1 16 cents. This was Mr. Williams" i -
Beautiful Baiem nome wonn PERSONAL INSTALLMENT XANS second Crop 01 -OpS, U yieia OW
FOR 8TATIONERT, cards, pampo-j Top steers were around 5.25, hei
fers 4.25, cows 3.00. vealers were
top at 5.60. Steer prices were
quoted at a loss of 25-50c tor
week, with cows steady to zc
off: calves and vealers off 25-50C
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Print
ing Department 216 a Commercial
Of Wool Changes
Hands in Boston
r tnr arnull farm.
Fine 4 acre farm stocked ana equip-
McGlLCHRIST 4c PENNINGTON
209-10 U. 8. Nafl Bank Bldg.
atorinr same. 985 Broadway.
Order your tamales from the Ralph
tamale kitchen, xei. 4.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furn. rooms, close In. 258 Division.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board and room, steam beat for 8 1 1000. Five room house with some fur-
gentlemen, szo. lrnono oaoi. i niture, cor. ioi, uuiii nm. "u,
sws.... ,...-. I 20. down, bat 310 per mo.
For students or ousinesa i 145 bl.isvu ar.
RTATH LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Building, 2nd Floor.
Office bra 10 :00 A. M.
to 4:30 P. M
Bute license No.
ing nearly double ot that of a year
MONEY TO LOAN
Prices at Top
Are 23c to 24c
CORVALLIS, Ore., Not. I
(AP) Though eastern butter
for sae-m jiiiard decoy ducks I markets gained some strength the
50 cents each. Call 9iQi Hixson. I past week, wholesale prices there
still show little evidence of fol
lowing tho usual seasonal ad-
Wanaa n ttila 1 m . n 9 vol, aa.
. l BUbCD XvV& . V. W V 1 W , .y
cii Saesia for dry fir. oak. ash I cording to the weekly review of I
Mr la LUUnitv va ' - -- i away u m w u a . -w - - . - I
Home privileges. Close In. Reasonable. $4900. Modern seven room brick home and maple. Reasonabls pncea tTione 1 jh TJ. S. D. A. bureau Of agTf-
32000. Will buy a good five room plas- I Loan wanted 31400 from private
terea oungaiow wim ,icCl,iu, . party, cuiie security, uu or writ
porch, oasement lurnace. 1-1 125s n. yinn, saiem.
place, cor. lot paved st oo aown.
baL zo. per mo. 10 mciuao mu
795 R. 21st ST.
$1100. Duplex home, cor. lot paved
St., pricea way oeiow vaiue, vw.
down, baL 320. per mo. to Include
395 S. 17th ST.
mrinjTin.r-Lnj-ir.-.-.-,-.- -r- a.aa
Room, board, apt. 68 I. Ldfteny.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
in excellent condition, a WON
DERFUL BUT, only 4 blocks out
nice shade trees, terms.
1645 S. CHURCH ST
21500. Modern uo to date six room
modern nome, east iron, oeanng
fruit and walnut trees, $1500 cash,
bal terma r
BUT NOW AND SAVE
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.,
134 & Liberty St Phone 6461
Well furnished 2-room apartment
2261 HaseL TeL 7664.
Patton apartments-Hjowntcwn. Call
Patrton'a book store. .
xj jiuui.i-uuu-.i-ij-i.-i.riri.i-i.i-ii-ii-i -11 - I -vss,ns j
Furn. 1st floor apt 1336 State. I 5 R. house with bath room, base- j
y jiLnBnjTrinji i irjLnrtru nnnra ..
I ment Very reasonable. Small payment
Lmimi rurn.. iinstalrs. 889 W. High. 1 down. See Cnarlla O Brier. 44 rx.
. . . . . ' . mrmw 1T14. na.U.f
juuuxm oaiy. xfiquirei i x. ioia. vjyiv
Olson Floor Co Tel 111.
BW'KB A HENDRICKS
166 N. Hlan Tel. 494T
TH NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THB WINDER LAUNDRY
263 a High TeL 1126
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"Wi Waah Evwnrthlns tn Lur"
Telephone 3188 1864 Broadway
Bharrxtnod and roDalrod. Also trade i
R. W. Bcott 14T UOml TCL 4S1S.
1 .. t.,. a n nal aIvan. f I SSTO L 1 1 1 B . Xroxo) MovW w
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal I I'-'r: " -tYT ,m. V.rf.V ST'Sa if!! ', iSXl...
CORVALLIS, Ore.. Nov. 5
Hos? receipts were 4670 for the (AP) Only a limited volume of
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves week. Prices reached lowest price wol changed hands on the Bos-
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. Ail lft history with killer grade show- ton market this past week de-
niain" &ZZll0tlTli I total loss of about 30c for "ttle more Interest by
&toneV an. vrkf sft week, and feeders off about 15c auto top makers, it is stated in
Cbemok-tn Tel 4774. R B Fleming, i Rest light butchers sold Monday review taxen irom wire reports
at "4.00 with three decks a dime today by the TJ. S. D. A. bureau
better. After Monday top and of agricultural economics cooper
bulk of best light butchers around tlng with O. S. C. extension
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 226 1 3.85, closing figure. Heavy sorts service, prices were considered
state st TeL 1771 Distributing, roe- i down tn 3 00 with nacklnsr sows oniy aDoui steady ana moil lines
wu uiu bin awruv
Get Our rates.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE WOOD
FOR local or distant transfer stor
age, call 8131 Larmer Transfer Co
Trucks te Portland cany.
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL 6000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade
Dry wood at Tracya Phone 3911
cultural economies cooperating
with the O. S. C. extension ser
vice. This year the gain la price
from August to November
amounted to less than on cent
181 N. High Te'. 4942
2.50-3.00: slaughter pigs 3.00- of graded wools were Insctlve.
3.25, and feeders 3.00-3.25 gen- Averages to short staple 64s and
erally, a few at 3;.50. finer territory wools in original
Sheep and lamb receipts were bags sold largely to 42 to 43
5252 tor the week. .Trade quot- cents scoured basis. Occasional,
ably barely ateady to weak in limited quantities Were' reported
spots with isolated lower price slightly lower. Foreign markets
for lambs. Yearlings and ewes reported irregular prices but with
about steady. Lambs ranged 2.60- me trend about steaay.
8.75 .generally with few at 4.00.
Choice yearlings quotable to 2.75
and better while cull to choice
ewes were 50c to 1.25.
& M. ElARLB
214 N. High 8t
and fLl oa CaU on u. foTpriceo. wilfour to five cents for this period ore STT.8 Btr
iraciiic coasT. pric con tin a mi .. tve
. 9 A . I SaWSSSBBBWawX tSaSaSJS
nncnangea wun top prices on mei Na anattrs-a snad t order, eld
80COLOF8KY A SON
844 First Nat Bk. Bide TeL 7807
give good measure, good quality and
ARMKR TRANSFER STORAGE
Dry oak ft, 34.80. Phone 1701
J. F. ULRICH
821 Stat atreet
Seattle and Portland Jobbing mar-1 mattress remade carpet eleeuunavsla-
kAt SS tn 24 cants, rnmnarad I In: tlurr rue weaving, saiem ituii
Old fir 16 In., 34.50. TeL 7300.
with l to 84 cent. 'tin eorrew-l. L
ponuins; wee last year. Est 1B1L
HOMER D, FOSTER REALTY CO.
870, State 8t TeL t628
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
134 & Liberty at TeL 643
AS WEEK CONCLUDED
Staged at Home of
CLOVERDALE, Not. 5. Jl
gToup from this community sur
prised Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Schmidt (Olga Garner) of the
i Fail-view district on Wednesday
night for a housewarming.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl
POLLY AND HER PALS
"Birds Of A Feather-
' i lS Jl iCY'M&
i J rVPOLIJy-S4
L LAST NIGHT HE CNUr
f HAD A N1CKB. TO Hl3
NAME, AN TNIGHT '
HE3 BROKE i
ti llMW tmm t aa aw4 ,
v . ' i ; . Jt .-v. ) if . K' 1 -
ttL- j .,..- C . ' 4V ti 4-.-! : : ' .-,',
irES BEEN WTBORrrr-J1- (g) XTBORRV CFPHf
-.' ,.inl4., H'0''.Ji'''-Vl-li'- ' " ' "'.
v , ! ' ' : " ' ' I'-' ' ' " "' ' ,. ' '' '
I . - . i
NEW YORK, Not. 5-(AP) Hedgea. Mr. and Mrs. Pet Davis.
Rwo Pf .IFF fTTFRRFTT I SecarltT "ra:ts ndd a duUlMr. and Mrs. Loals Hennleg. Mr.
oy v8u a giciii a 1 week today with eommodlty and and Mrs. Jay Cook. Mrs. M. Gar-
security prices steady to firm. ner, Melba Berg. Leone Cook.
Net changes of leading stocks Mar J oris Pickard. Rachel Garner,
vero almost exclusively fractional Gertrude Cook, Florence Garner,
Tobaccos and Alcohals looked Ellen Hedges, Ivan Hadley. Erre
best, tor there were a few gains Hedges, Alvtn and Glenn Garner,
of 6v point or so tn those greaps Frank and Cleve Shilling and Mr.
as against Tory minor Improve-1 and Mrs. Schmidt.
meat by American Teiepnoae, u.i
SL Steel. American Cast Du Pont,
Sears Roebuck, National Biscuit,
North Amrtcaa and seyeral rails.
Howerer, New - York Central and
Unlen FadlTe firmed a point ana
Norfolk A Western got back Into
the ceuUry elm with m rise ot
SUndard OO of New Jersey
and srreral preferred stocks did
better than tho tTerago. Transac-
tiona i.mounted to only 453,010
shares. : - ".-: .; ' ' '
Freight loadings dropped z
lit cars In tho week ended Oct.
21; decreaso closely conforming
Aurora Hop Grower
Sells for 17 Cents,
ATJROBJL; Notv fTb highest
prlco of tho year en hop- prera li
ed hero Friday, when the Rr
Tergeas crop was bought by Wolf
Hop company . through Isacon for
; John Sister also gold 50 bales
toTom LlTesley through Kenklo
U season percenUge expectancr. tor If eenU.