The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 08, 1932, Page 9, Image 9

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Ths. OREGON STATESMAN, Salem; -Oregon. Tuesday Morning; NoTcmber 6, 1932
PAGE NINE
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MONEY TO LOAN
MrWwMrVMMMMMyMMMMWWMejMwiw
PERSONAL LOANS
HAD on rural tar, cars, salaries
or other' mod security. Reparable
monthly. When tn financial need see
us before closing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bide Phone 8SS1
SITUATIONS WANTED
tjuutjuinrii- nnri nyjJ ' i.w.wn nf r.rWir-
WANTED Br mi dai a aged eeaple,
caretaker or any light work far room
and board. Reference. Boa 76, care
Statesman.
FOR SALE MisceDaneons
Vj . i ....... - ., mmm
TOR SAXJE Uin parra s j --
Statesman office.
ffia
wi.t onniri JSe box. Walnuts .18c
lb. Mrs. Wrigbt 4 mL Wallace rd.
SALEM. Linen Gifts llo and
Greenbauma, 340-246 N. Com'L
rim'n- "r -----
up.
Terrier pups, male
each; call 9S41.
VUVVVrVi'i! m
1.00, female 60 c
TT.ra era some everyday prices at
iw Quality Meat Booth, Hi N. Com 1 :
Tender Beet 8uaks 10o
Beef Pot Roasts
bmvi .lie
Pork Sausage, J lba for
-35c
TRADE Miscellaneous
Vun-T-an ...... ... m mmti
WANTED To trade furniture for
...tin Orvpn Mir market, cor. Marion
and High. -
WANTED Miscellaneous
Xnj-un-ru-u-ii-i - . . -
FOR SALE Real Estate
A. tJ. Bohrostedt. Real Estate. In
surance and loans, moved to Room 19, j
aaa at x$usn wan isuuaing.
........... riiiriuimrxAAAAAAff
SALEM'S BEST BUT
Is-a S room bungalow onlr 4 blocks
from state bouse, north. This Is ex
ceptionally well built, fully modern, has
beautiful lot, I large fruit trees, nice
garden spot. Distant owner says selL"
The pries will surprise you.
cejs Mrs tans with
CHILD 3 MILLER. Realtors
144 Bute Street Phone 670$.
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce rout payments
Too keep the far
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4TII Salem. Ore.
'Bells of liartnony'
Beard over KOIN daily
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really different.
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
INCA8H
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
STRICT PRIVACT
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
on loans lie to ssoe
Beneficial Loan
Society
OF SALEM
Room 111 New Bllgb Bldg. nd Floor
I LICENSED BT STATE
lit SUte St. Tel. l-T-4-0
NEW YORK, NOT. T. (AP
Maintaining the stronger tone ap
Darent in the two final markets of
last week, stocks made substan
tial gains in larger tarnoyer
today.
brokers attributed the baying,
which made possible not gains of
1 to 4 ooints. largely to covering
by shorts seeking to even their ac
count!. Sales amounted to l,i6,-
750 shares, the best turnover since
October 14.
Bonds averaged higher.
WHEAT SKYROCKETS UP, 2lA GENTS
EGiG, BUTTER MARKETS ARE STEADY
Reaches Four Cents
Abovo Recent all
Time low Price
Salem Tilarkefs
CHICAGO. Nor. 7 (AP)-Skyy
rocketing 2ft centa a bushel In
lively dealing today, wheat scored
the third straight day of recovery
from last week's record low prices.
Much of today's advance, which -hoisted
wheat here to four Cents
abeye the all-time low, was as-1
Case. Allied Chemical. American cribed to strength shown hy the
tt a rnmmon 1 New TOTk stock marcei ana to m
xwyuuu , . . .. I . . 1 1 ft i.u . nrtm-
and preferred. National Biscuit, snarn ria- w
Woolworth. Loew's, Consolidated nlpeg. A drawback though, was
Grade B raw: 4 m
co-op pool price, f per
bnndred, ' ..
Serplos 82c. ' -' - "
(Milk " based ea sesd-swatkly
bnttarfmt average.)
Batterf at, sweet, 3c
Betterf at, aowr, 20e
rsurr ajtd TEaszABUis
Meee sai te grewers by Seles beysrs
Meveaser i -
fTke arlees below, ssvvaed by a leeal
I w."w""' . . "" .v.-h wrii-i .iiarad rK. ere laattatlve ef tte satiy -arket
I Uas, American aa ana a iw i " L . J- n.... 1 bal are ae gaarenteee by Tke BUUsstsai
era were gainers or I or s points iv l TT TCT 1 2"? w,f-
. . -tii . t vt a vnM i uuiiH cumr. tun. ,
lephone
15.
net.
Union Pacific benefitting by I
predictions of a regular dividend
at Thursday's meeting, improved
more than 4 at the beet, easing '
i slightly from its high. Owens Il
linois Glass was up IS and u. b.
T7I3. SUte license No. industrial Aleohol nearly 2.
The publication "Steel" report- j closing quotations:
tt acre, ( rooms ana unfurnished at
tic, fireplace, basement, garage, chick
en, house, electric pump, fruit, ate,
W5.
1 acre on Garden Road, I room bun
galow, fireplace, bath, electric water
systeat, garage, barn, $2900.
tt A. tt mi. from Salem on -paved
road, S room bungalow, bath, lights,
basement, electric pump, garage, etc.,
$2659.
MELVIX JOHNSON "
tit State Phone 67M.
P ERSONAL INSTALLMENT X)ANS
STATE LOAN COUPANT
tlS Oregon Building. Snd Floor.
Office bra. lS:d A. uT to -.S0 P. li.
Tel'
S-l(
monet to loan or borrow I ed a farther rain In production
We have funds for loans from $1000 for that industry, adding that the
to $3000. City or farm loans wanted. current 21 per cent rate might be
want TO borrow stepped up to 22 per cent later
From $S00O to $10,000 on Improved this week. Some cooper was sold
Incomo or business properties. weUlo- aDroad at a Slight price advance,
cated. excellent security. Loans t net "T,f. it - hatter da-
Investor 6tt to T percent. reflecting, it was said, a oetter ae-
CHILDS A MILLER
344 State Street Phone ST0
stands ra. l carts. se bag -
Whoat here closed unsettled at 1 Bmu. teeaL dea.
a raaetlon of about 1 cent from 1 Twaipa. leeal. des.
k it a !. I epfjers, Ja.
wuao vp -7a w - I oaesege, saea
urdayS finish, eorn 4 -1 Vb UP, 1 Kaaiaaaa des. baaeaes
oats U-U advanced. Todara 1 Poas. Sos.. saaeaer .
M
ie
.10 te .If
11
04
so
se
Whoat Dec., U-1 May,
414-; July. 51-51
Corn Dee.. 25-2l; May, 20
July. 22
Oats Dec, May. It- Toaea.a.
l Jttly, 12. j, loaloas. ??aUi
Laeat eetate
8-esl potasee. 100 lba. .
Celery a arts. ass.
Leeal eelevy, aoa. , ,
Lettaee, erate , ,,
I Spiaaea, erate .
Te ataas, lag "
.71 ts 1.00
.1.80
erate
mand la a market where offerings j frkTnmittfiW ifT
a ii ki.. n ririaa. nlatola shotguns.
old gold -nd lewelry. CondiUoo no ob
ject Name yonr pri4.. 'i
' REINER'S EXCHANaU
1SS N. Commercial
Vu-i-aaru'ii-i-- - - - 1 ' '
Own your own $500 buys a 4 room
home, paved street, large lot, $50
down, $15 per month, ( interest.
Beautiful Salem home worth $5000
for small farm.
Fine 40 acre farm stocked and equip
ped for Salem home.
McGILCHRIST ft PENNINGTON
203-10 U. a Nafl Bank Bldg.
. uTon rTw nfftMhi. In ez
change en radios, phonograph a, or fur
oltura. EL L Stiff Furniture Company
. Old furn. stoves, eto. Tet $53. J
WANTED Use of furniture for
storing same. 935 Broadway.
BIISCELLANEOUS
Order your tamales from the Ralph
tamale Kitchen. Tel.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furn. rooms, close In. 2j Division.
Cosy attlo room for gentleman, rea-
wiM Lrsa neaiea iraii rwui.
Iurn. or unfurn. Tel. 43T5.
ROOM AND, BOARD
Board and foot, ateam tieat. for
rentlenreri, 120. Eboa v4lS--p- 1
Room, board, apt., 089 N. Liberty.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Well furnished 3-roora apartment.
2! SI HaseL Tel. 7(84.
S R. house with bath room, base
ment Very reasonable. Small payment
down. See Charlie O Brlen, t n.
Capitol.
Good semi-modern plastered res
idence, basement fireplace, plumbing.
S-rooms, two or four lots, fruits, buis
and berries more
naved street, nice view. House, garage
and two lots 60x135 each, $3500,
terms Located at 765 Rural avenue,
phone 3834, owner.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE1 Mallard decoy ducks
SO cents each. Call 3101 Hlxson.
FOR SALE WOOD
Call Saggie for dry fir. oak, ash
snd maple. Reasonable prices. Ffcc
3739.
GUARANTEED DRY. wood coal
Tel 5000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade ft
Cottage.
Dry wood at Tracy JPhona IMC
DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
CHY SUES in
CI 1
bone
STAYTON, Nor. T. George A.
Smith, manager of the Staytdn
cannery, has returned from San
Prune Body are
Announced Here
Wit a a meeting slated here for
November 17, when preliminary
work toward organization of a
state prune association will be
made, a committee of 11 to for
mulate the state program has
i been named by A. S. Bouffleur,
as follows:
W. frank Crawford, route 1,
Oaloaa. Walla Walk
Oaloaa, Labia. 36 lba.
Daatsa cqsaak, aes.
Hackleterriea. retail, lb.
Concord mpaa, lag
Ialae ef Pine rralfirait.
Parsaips, kaadred
Apple
KiBgs, be. .
S0
.30
se
se
-16
-se
-70
S9
-.30
6
.OS
ratmll I n Jl
LS0
BpiUeaberrs .
Mortbera Spy
OrtUya
Jesathaas
reUeioas
.46
e
.6$
Gael i flower. 3N. 1. erate-
Batabagaa, hvadred
6
1.00
SO
1.60
Top, 1933, lb.
Top. 193 L lb.
flora
Ptogiams
Midwest Demand for
13
la
.is.
.16
Ixtrse
soa
Baying Prices
a. J J -
rrancisco, wnere a- weui w i q.i- . w w w.T Ss.lem- Newt Mdiam
nil in C7a w uuiusutvi m a ts . w w m ai s
14
All OtTerings
PORTLAND, i Not.'- 7 ( AP
Market for butter -shows ft gen
erally steady tone although there
Is not much snap- to the huying of
t2s and higher. - Local1 make is
showing an Increase ..hut . ft- de
crease - from the . country 1$ re
flected. ; '.
General steadiness continues in
the market for eggs. No change in
the price was announced by E. J.
Dixon, manager of the Pacific Co
ops.' There: If ft slight decrease in
eastern storage trade. There was
no further general change In the
price of cheese at leading Ameri
can centers. The situation contin
ues to reflect .more or less easi
ness at the source.
There was no change whatever
in lire chicken prices for. the
week's opening. Demand Is good
for hens but remains rather, slow
and weak for springer stuff. The
latter is down a fraction again to
a new low.
. Market for country killed meats
started the week without price or
condition change. Veal remains in
ft very liberal offering and Is in
clined, to show weakness. Hogs
have held steady.
Increased movement of celery
to the midwest and the southeast
is taking care of all offerings. The
wet 'weather has interfered some
what with the movement from the
farms. Sales chiefly 70c half
crate in carlots.
Trading in onions at Oregon
country points continues nominal
with 35-40c cental being offered
but not acceptable to growers
generally. No business appears
possible at the moment beyond
this spread.
TUESDAY. BTOVEKBEft $3
XQW Pottlsad 629 a.
Ui$ Harming Smnaaiae.
6:45 Creaeeats Praia tae Leg tt tae
Day. KBC
t:S0 Cooking seaeol.
10:00 Martha lUaae society.
10:15 Tareagfc tae Looking (Hats,
10:30 Weaiaa's -agaaiae et tas Air,
KBC.
11:30 Me sad Mr Shadow.
13:15 Western lira sad Beau bear,
KBC.
1 :30 Kellr's Saloa ereaeatra.
1:45 Harlkart'i Piaaelegae.
3:09 Ma From tae Seats.
3:15 Orraa eeneert.
3 :4S X BO program.
3:00 Tea Time Baaaar.
4:15 Terrace Gardes. NBO.
4:80 Gordon Oaetad.
5:00 EalUdettea, KBC.
S:80 Everett Potter, KBO.
6:15 Piano dae. !
8:00 Amos a Asdy, KBa
8:45 Carsoa for mayor.
10:15 Daeeiag with Vie Mayers, TOMO.
11:15 The Eveniag Bur.
EOnr Portland 940 Ka.
8:00 KOIS's -lock.
T:45 Orcaa eeneert.
8: 0 Smiling Ed McCoaaell, CBS.
8:45 GoMea Melodies.
9:30 Colabis Bevae, CBS.
10:00 George Hall's orchestra, CBS.
11:80 American School ef the Air, OB8.
13:30 Frank Wertphat'a orchestra, CBS.
8:00 Fnaisia fancies, I) LBS.
T :00 Colnmbm featares.
T:80 Obaaan the Mirician. DLBS.
8:80 Isham oaaa orcbeitra, CBS.
9:05 Prank Trevor and Aaaea Bash.
10:80 The Slumber Boat.
11:00 McElroy'a Greater Oregoalaaa
13:00 Jack and Jill's Tarera orehottra.
lormw wm, .-- t l. Guy, Dallas; J. B. Blacklaw.
buying Stayton cannery output. He i' . - A r, n.
.... .11 th- Mil i.ntnmri. LWU"U'U- Ul
-0
.15 I
OAC OorTallii 550 Ka.
T:00 Morning Meditation, led by Dr.
Jamee E. Milligan.
10 :00 Home Economics Observer.
12:00 Farm hour.
3:80 Better Health and Longer Life.
3 :45 How Home-maker Contianos Her
Edncatioa Florence Blaster.
3:00 Some Undesirable Habits asd
What to Do With Them Mrs.
Sara W. Prentiss.
8:30 British Inlea travelogae.
T:10 Quality Factors in Oate and Bar
ley for Feed and Milling Doaald
D. Hill.
T:S0 Th CiUxen and Hi School B.
B. Tnraer. 'Tbe Work ef the
State Textbook Commissioa."
7:45 The Human Side of Banking
Prof. John M. Rae Investigate
Before Too Invest."
8:15 The World in Review Dr. Tietor
P. Morris.
ntn fmita nuts and fuel olL Call on us for price We I . i,.nlin..j , first tlmal"-' " uuul' iuwn,
than pay taxes, give good measure, good duality and khAbm iim "om o Parson, Banks; J. B. Her-
w Houaia. aaraaa good . service. the wild blackberry jam, one oi Tlnndaa- Aha T-nahlln. Tim-
EXCHANGE Real Estate
My 3 story brick and stucco horns
in Los Angeles between state univer
sity and ocean for improved farm.
WRITE E. L. Koenig, Pacific Pali
sades, Calif.
LARMER TRANSFER? ft 8TORAQS tha nonular outputs Of the can
i i m . I
1.KVUWI 01.1 I
Dry oak 4 ft 4.8. thons 870S. I It prored to be most popular.
nd ha also had flnlendlci success
Old fir II in., $4.50. Tel. 7800. , ..ii.-- .v. -trawbarrv iam ft
Old fir 18 in., ind growth seasoned lavorlte wnererer u naa pbs
II in., oak 11 In. seasoned. Prices rea- I troduced.
sonable. Phone sue.
ring. Dundee: Abe Laughlln, Yam
hill; Vie Looney, Jefferson; L. B.
Harlow, Eugene; Q. A. Herlgstad,
Silrerton; George Neuner, Pert
land; T. B. Busenbark and L. E.
Thompson, both of Roseburg.
Old roosters .
Colored hens
Media heas
Light hens
Fryers
CHICK aS
Tarkays, live
Lambs, top
Hogs, top
BOAT
94
11
.08 to .09
.0 te .07
..10 te .14
te .14
4.00
1 n
8.35
01 La -04
01 te .OS
os te .08
OS
Of
Hogs, first eats
Steers
Cows
Heifers
Dressed voaL top
D railed hogs
FOR SALE FARMS
BUT THIS RANCH
53-acrea 5-R. house, electric lights
and basement, barn and etc 80-i
colt 30-A. timber and pasture, team.
4 cows, 1 heifer, all farm Implements
for 31500.00: 81700.00 down. bal. easy.
located -mlles east of Salem. Better
look thts over.
JAS. D. SEARS, Realtor
132 South Hlsrh '
A-l old growth. 3nd growth and oak
for sale. Get our prices. TeL 1479.
Old fir, oak. Tel. 1789 Earhart.
LOST AND FOUND .
LOST House keys on octagonal
ring. Phone 9183 or 8(39 reward.
-.. i i ririij- niini'Wju'aj"Lrur
tv,, tn fhm. turt that there has I Rmain YPyn
nn. frm thara. and craen
' " - . , QXAIJI AMU HAT
his;, ara still nlentiful on the AlTlVe tOT OUnal Wht. weeUr, rad
market, he did not dispose of this J J top. toa
a. lt hair hnnAd. How-1 ATTRORA. Nov. T Willard 1 Oata. white, toa
utvuuv. a " . I " , - - - - - a , , ,
. ma-t with tha V.rnn tn rJ Chaa Taraan. I Oats, gray. top. tea
a , ni . .vwv - i w.bv, w . ' '
.40
.14.00
.14.00
-80.00
I Hay, bsytag prlees
Oats ana vnea, tea
aama success In that section as Idled la Los Angeles Oct. SI. The
he has in former years In placing I remains arrived at Miller's Mor-1 Alfalfa, vaiiey. i eatttng.
them there. tuary Friday night. Willard was v
born near Buttevllle Aug. 7, coarse
1905. Interment will be at the Mohsir -
Tergenrille cemetery, but ftr- w,UbU reKftr4
rangeraeots are incomplete. riiberts, fair grade
T.OO te T.50
.9.00 te 10.00
General Markets
PftOirOCB XCHAHGI
PORTLAND. Ore Nov. 7. (AP)
Prodaee exchange, aet prices: Batta
extra 31. standard 30 He, prima tints
SQHe. urate l)Hc s-ggs. Ires a extra.
SBo, Irssa medium II.
PortlEoid Grain
PORTLAND, Or., Kev. 7. (AP)
Wheat Opea High Low Close
December 424 .44 .43 N44
May 474 .49 .474 .49
Lash wheat: Big Bend blaeitem .63;
oft white, hard winter .43; westers
white, aorthara ipring .43 ; wostera red
.41 S.
Oats So. 1 white 817.
TWO 4-H PROJECTS
ORGANZED
n
TIOTlT-l-r,a A TMVI. -I 1u.-ft
JltZl "2 at G. A. Coleman Kites
Will bo Held 1 oday
, is
. ie
jo market
Portland Livestock
.10 te .14
It
ACREAGE
LOST One gold earring antique
was to envelop of "Jewel-Box". Re
ward. Julia Webster, phon 4S00 dur
ing business hours.
Pattoa apartments downtown. Call
Patton's book store.
xru-njxrxJvxrLrurLrxrjiirwirw-.-i- - - -i- - - i-
Furn. 1st floor apt 1338 State.
mmiii fiin i . nnatalra. 889 N. High.
Adults only. Inquire 871 it, High.
100 acres of excellent soil, one-half
bottom land. 70 acres under cultiva
tion, 10 A. hops, 8 rm. modern house,
large barn for dairying, creek, price.
3.800. will tak smaller sere ago or
city property.
winnie piirrrxjutu
178 South High Street
S room fur. duplex, ground noor,
garage. 884 Mill. T. A. Albert.
Apt Garage $13.50, 891 N. ComX
HERE'S TOUR LAST CHANCE
Read This Care fully
43 -acres of as good soil as lays out
doors. 9-A. emit. 6-A. timber. Klo
t B. apt furn. l sleeping rm. Bus
iness district 3s center.
mtw ,m nmi bv tha barn, aood 1 13S Chevrolet Coach . IZI.oo
KvSetS Tlthb- -hetd 137 Chevrolet Coupe,-,, Uo. . 80.09 is another niece.
Lovely t R. apt Greatly reduced
rstea 1S80 Center. $
Nice turn, apt, 899 Union.
bungalow
Lovely court
fireplace, hdw. firs., garage.
range. 830. Pbona 8184...
l, s ana i room apta.,
Light water, garage. 1421
furnished.
elec
cows. 40 hogs, team and all Imple
ments; has enough icea to run s suos
full. Barn full hay, grain and chop
teed. All for 17000.00 84750 down;
bsX easy.
j. D. b&AKs, Keaitor
133 South High Street
H. Church.
i inn rirrrfrrCvmmt''f a
5 room furn. apt. 388 S. cottage.
Ks, , ant maiB floor. Private en
trance and bath. Heat water and tele-
phone Included. 4S Marion Pt.
FOR RENT HOUSES
MaVMWMistaaaai
VVMVMa hyAr
Good 8 R. bouse. 47$ S. Winter,
iii-h and unfurn. house. R. A."
Forkner. 1410 N. Cottage. Tat 803L
8 R. sub. 818. Abrams, Masonlobldg.
vt rnnam.iaw. built-lna Gaa stove
r.f.mntL furnace. 481 N. Wlntar,
Mra J. A. MUla
Our modern 8 room bungalow fur
nished for rent Call 8689,
IMMWMnnrwVwV'
8 room house, 873 N. Church.
FOR RENT
- nifiniiriiinrliJ --- ' - - - - -
Star with fixtures, living rooms In
connection. Garage. 14S1 . nurcu.
Large flat for rent rooms, furnace,
block to post office, Vacant today.
Virmt nnnr ADTILTS. tU a month.
Other rental a
BECKE ft HENDRICKS
18 North High Street
nrviM anil dsk room for rent
A. & BOHRNSTEDT, Room 19
Ladd ft Bush Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE Real Estate
TranTlat of Who iS aleCtSd, yOB
must have s, place to. live. See me
about small tracts or iypropsnr.
XT C BWTTTT.nl
Oraarna Bid Tel. 1903
8ILVERTON, Not. T. Funeral
services lor George Allen Colman,
POUND Pair dark rimmed glaasea who died at the home OI nis niece,
Owner prove property and pay for ad. I jjj. Alfred Olsen near Marfjaa i.
. "XX. JL7-"7 - ; anndar. will be held from the Lr-
ijat rup wiiilo witn oiac apoiaw i ' . . . . .w
t.i a son Chanel Tuesaay av a o ciwa, ,
with interment at Miner oeme-1
terr. Rev. J. C. Hall of the Metho
dist chnrch will oinciaie.
Mr. Colman was horn In Henrr
county, Missouri, July l. lefts.
T
Business Directory
T
o
BATTERY
ELECTRICIAN
MUSIC STORES
R. D. Barton BatteHea Starter and
ronwutar work. K4S cnmeta sr.
FOR SALE USED CARS
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
Operated By VALLET MOTOR CO.
OKI C WILL Pianos. Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music.
and piano stuaiea atepairrng poonv-
rrtphf and sewing nacninea,
BUILDING CONTRACTOR State Street Balem.
Naw building and alterations. Iht-
1938 Bulck Standard Coupe -.$336.00 For some time he had made his I pertenoad and ?5UrB
1938 Bulck 4-pass. Coupe 138.09 vom, M. niece, Mrs. Olsen. aJL T49T for appointment; a B-
MEDICINE
1930 Chevrolet Sedan 348.00
1939 Chevrolet Coach
rnioo Mrs. Clrlft Ramsby of Sllverton
i Thontpton.
1938 Chevrolet Roadster 138.00
1984 Chevrolet Sedan, '38 Be. 48.09 ... avr? J
1937 DOdge Conpa, '88 lie. ll " niEnWay YTIUCUUIK
. . . V . J M XVUVW i i ......
1939 Ford Sedan
1939 Ford Sport Coups
1939 Ford Standard Coup
1939 Ford Phaeton
Starts in 2 Weeks
roroimB S ACRE TRACT
North of Salem and close to high
way. Best of soil. 1 acre of cherries,
noons berries.- family orchard, good
plastered house, plumbing, good wen,
water system, garagv, ora sua cuhm
en coopa Price $3700, caah $1000. bal
ance easy. .
CHILDS ft M1LLKK, neaiiora
344 SUte Street Phone 8798.
WwVVVVVwVMywteaMrftft ma
1938 Ford Coach, '33 lie.
192S Ford Coup
1934 Ford Tudor like new
1938 Nash Special 8 Sedan
1935 Olds Coach, '33 llo.
1938 Studebaker Tour. 3S He.
1939 Plymouth Sedan
FOB
TERMS A TRADES
SEE
138.99
198.99
195.00
186.90
89.00
73.00 1 , Z ni v Am within
85 09 I arlw w uw "
9o!oo J two weeks. Men hare been on the
45.00 route daily, securing; the right ef
98.00 I . nmnavt Aantrl.
14S00lw - -
CHIMNEY SWEEP
TaWwibono 4469 R St NorfJinsa
CHIROPRACTORS
TYr Chan La n Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours TnesL and Sat 8 to 6 p. m. 141
N. Cnus rctaL
PLUMBING and HEATING
PORTLAND, Ore, Kev. T. (AP)
Cattle Beceiptt 1400, calves 35; weak te
lower.
Steer. 000 te 900 pound, medio
94.S0-5.35. common 83-4.50; 900 te 1104
pounds, median 84.50-S.35, eomraoa 33-4,50;-
1100 te 1300 pounds, medium
94.35-5. Heifers, 550 te 850 pounds, me
dio a.S0 4.35, common $2.50-3.50.
Cows, eommoa sad medium $3.35-3. low
setter and cotter 31-3.25. Balls, yaariiags
excioded. good sad ehoioe (bee!) $3-2.76,
cutter, com oa and mediam $1.50-3.
Vealers. milk ted, good and choice. $6-
5.50, medina $3.75-8, call sad eommoa
$3-3.76. CalTaa, 3S0 to 500 pounds, nod
aad ekojc $8.75-5, eommoa and mediasm
$2-3.75.
Hog Receipt 3300; steady.
Lire light. 140 te 160 pounds, good
aad choice, S3.35-8.88. Lirhtweigats, ISO
to 180 pounds, $3.75-8.85; 180 te 100
poaads, $3.75-8.85. Mediam weight 200
to 330 poaads, $8.35-8.65; 320 to 250
SUVER, Not. 7 The 4-H clubs
for the year 19 3 3 were organised
last week. Two projects, sewing
and cooking were taken up.
Those taking cooking are:
Beth and Julius Purvlne; Mar
garet Douglas; Sylvester Rldders;
Addle Colyer, Veva Coney, Nellie
Rlchter and Azealia Rice. Beth
Purrlne was chosen president;
Veva Coney as tice president;
and Nellie Richter as secretary'.
Taking sewing are: Elinor Con
ey, Agnes Rldders, Yvonne Kerr,
Beth Purrlne and Nellie Richter.
Nellie Richter was choseq -as
president; Agnes Rldders as Vice
president; and Beth Purvlne as
secretary. Mrs. Earl Conker of
Monmouth is the Surer club
leader.
The 4-H club pins for the past
7ear rreT received Thursday.
Those receiving pins were: Elinor ,
Couer, first year; Julius Purvlne,
Sylvester Rldders and Vera Con
ey; second rear: Frances and Ad
dle Colyer, Tronne Kerr, Agnes
Rldders, and Beth Pnrtine, third
year; and Margaret Douglas and
Nellie Richter, fourth year pins.
. .-.a gs -ntTlf am Iwa ftp axt
AUKUKA, nor. i " 1 I DR. a L. SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor.
the highway Deiweea arra a- , N Hlarh Tel Rea S8T8
FLORISTS
PLUMB INO
work. Orabsr
TeL 6894,
geaeral repair
166 So. Liberty.
Daily at Kitchen
Opened by P. T, A.
PRDfTTNG
FOR 8TATIONKRT, cards,
lata. Droarama, books or any
I printing, call me Biatesmao
pampn
ktnd of
Prlnt-
JTM OR CHARLIE
itu u. mila from Salem.rood I Marlon ft Liberty Sta Phone T919 !
I ! lM m.m mi A1nm hflWWit
t . I . n Anei nara inn km uiiut i . .1 . ... 11. 4 imams 1 w
local people as possible, will be I BTtnaopt Oortst UT Comt SM JSgJif1 ' ,l a CMnBwhl
used on lQis snort sinp i wm. i
peaads. SS-S.7. Heavyweight. 250 te
290 pound. S2.76-3.0o; 290 te 850 I ff 010 J
poaads, $2.85-3.50. Packing sow. 376 1 Oil A UPUS OerVeCl
Feeders-stockera, 70 te 190 pouads, good
aaa eheica, si-s.ou.
Skeep aad lamb EeeeipU 1500;
ateadr. I ,
Lamas, SO pounds (on, goo ana
eaoiee. 64.35-4.50: medium. $3.50-4.39:
all weights, eommoa, $3.50-8.50. Year
ling wetaera. 00 to 110 poaaaa, meaium
to ekoics, $1.25-3.85. Ewe. 130 poaads.
medium to choice, si-i.ie; 1x0 to ioo
pouads, 75-$1.26; all weights, roll to
eommoa, 50-75.
road. land an cnluvated. nve
rflnm hrmaa. barn and chicken
house. This place priced right and
will sell on small payment aown.
29 acres near Woodburn, excellent
land, good bulldlnga too can nuy
thts place for Just about what the
buildings cost
Have buyer for small four room house
that can be bought cneap.
McKay's used cars
with an o. k. that counts
1939 Ford Rd.. new tires $1T
1930 Ford Sport Rd.. now tires . 376
1931 Ford Coupe, like new , , 341
1937 Pontine Coach - us
1938 Durant Coach 16$
BOLTS HOOVER I
CHE VROLETS
I Delivery new tires .
1938 Coupe i r wim
111S Coach ii J .
309 acres that is ft fins dairy farm-. fa m coach .
New barn, good nouse ana outer l Sport Rd, 940 muse
out bulldlnga Close to mancex anp i Coupe
good road. Priced at $15,000.00. J Coach
which is much less ttiaa actual
value.
If you have any trades bring them ta
and see u we can maicn ineraier
you.
1933 Special Sedan -
1936 Graham True
-
. 171
. $46!
448
676
696
- 696
. 886
196
Furnished and unfurnished bouses to
rent
CHAS. HUDKTNS, Phone 9188 .
Room 8, Millers Store Bldg. ' -
1938 Cher. Truck,. 13,990 miles $3$
TERMS Tiuwna
ariraw nu KvrmiJST CO.
$3i Center Phone $189 430 N. ComX
rjrfrf-Q-fv-u '
NOW WRECKTNO
1 1936 Chrysler Coupe
11936 Star S
1193$ Essex
ACMB AUTO ft TRECK WRECKERS
TTiATT.TCRS ... TRAILERS
Expert Ignition and auto repairing.
WANTED REAL ESTATE 4? llrk
if YOU have nrooerty la or near
Salem that yon would like te trade
far property where there Is sunshine
all winter, write 439 D St San Ber
nard I no, Callr.
MONEY TO LOAN
Loan wanted $1409 from private
party. Safe security, call or write
136$ N. Fifth. Salem.
DOCTOR COMES HERB
SHAW, Not. 7 Dr. Elizabeth
Mathews who has been rlsltlng
her sister. Miss Amanda Mathews,
has taken an apartment in Sa
lem for the winter. Dr. Mathews
practiced in Italy and France un
til sereral years ago when she
came to these states.
Fll!'JLJ.'.'rJJB-!L. -J'i'-"n-g'gaJ!
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ALL kinds of floral work. Lots Flor
ist. ISti. ft Martcet. Tet. esss.
FLOOR CONTRACTING
Olswi Floor Oa Tet 9tll.
INSURANCE
Drmr! a RICNnRICICS
f 89 N HI Tel. 494T
STOVES
I STOVES aad store repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and r Dal red. All
kinds ef woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, bop baskets, books, togan books,
Salem Fence and Stove Works. 363
Crmmeketa. Tel. 4T74. R. B- Fleming
TRANSFER
LAUNDRIES
THIS NEW SALEM LAUNDRY.
TTTW wTIDRR LATJNDRT
Itt ft. Hlah TeL 91ZS
CAPITAL CJTT LAUNDRT
w Wash Kvaa-rthlnc In Lax"
Tetrehone 8166 1364 Broadway
Sonater Hlnua JohJ-oa, CWiforl;
XimbUea-leftder. a-ssseaeed that
he Meeld aet and wesdd aei ssqN,
part President Heeres- f o re-,
eleetlom beeanse the aestdess
sUnd-pat te-eles ee-fnctesi wr-n
Jehnees's
LAWN MOWERS
ftfearr mi t nd rwTjairad. Also trade
H. W. BCOtt. 1ST By. UOP t iwt. His.
B1ATTRESSE8
if t trasses from ' faetory te home.
ftnrtaa mattrssa 88.69. Reoovat-1
ere aad fumigatora. Capital Bedding
Ce. Tel. 496S. ssse rtoru i vxpuot.
Naw inn Mrs made ta order, eld
mattress re tads j oarpat eieanin
tnwt ritifT mm araAvlnaL ftalam
ru m maxxreea ssexorr. saw a
I Wilbur, let S44L otte r. -wtcaw,
Est 181L
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 326
Btat et. m. tits. uuwriDaunc, io-
warding and storage oar specialty -
Oat oar rates.
FOB local or distant tre afar stot
sge, call 8131 Larmer Traaarer ca
rrucxs te rsniana aairy.
Real Estate
Directory
Portland Produce
PORTLAND, Ore.. Kev. T. (AP)
Butter Prints, 93 score or better, 38
34e. standards 33-15.
Butterfat Direet to snippers; ststioa
16e; Portland delivery price eharaiag
eream 20-9 le pound, sweet cream higher.
Ef rx Pacifie Poaltrv Producer' soil
ing price: Fresh extras 28c, standards
34e. maainms sse, pauots xvs.
Live pealtrv Net baying price : Heavy
heas, colored, 4 poaads, 14e; do me
diums 11; lignt e; springs, eeioreo.
14-15 ; sU waifhts, wkiu. 10-12; old
roosters Ts; ducks, Pekias, 10-11.
Coaatry meat Beiuag pnee te retail
ers: Coaatrr killed bora, bet batchers.
! aadar 150 poaads, 6tt-54e pooad; veal
ers, 80-100 poaads. 6 -7s; lambs 6-8 Via,
yearuags oe, aeavy ewes inH eaaner
cow 3-3 He, balls 4-4 Vs.
Oaloaa Sailing pries t retailers: vre
gea 70-76 eeatal Tsktma 60-S5 cental.
FALLS CITY. Nor. 7 The
grade school soup kitchen has
been opened to the pupils with
Mrs. Llszle Treat in charge. The
average number ot bowls served
each day is about 0. The P.T. A.
is planning a benefit program to
be gtven in the near future for
the soup kitchen at which pro
duce, regetables and suitable
foods for the making of soup will
be accepted as admission.
A Roosevelt rally was held in
Victory Hall Friday night under
the auspices of the Roosevelt club.
A number of candidates and
speakers were present. About a
hundred people attended.
MEETINGS SCHEDULED
WEST STAYTON, Nor. 7
The ladles clnb of the Growers
club will meet at the home of Mrs.
Elmer Asche, Thursday afternoon.
FAVORITE
BECK I HENDRICKS
I St M. High TV. 484T
& ML BARUB
334 M. High WL TaL 8678
SOCOLOFSXT ft SON
894-1 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. TsL t$9t
J. r. ULRICH
338 stt Street
TaL 8671
inftj ts-1 HOMEB Ck FOSTER &X ALTT COL
MFluff I 876 State St TeL 7634
134
H, QRA BENHORST ft CO.
Ltaarty St TaL 6468
Norember 19. The orchestra will
PlSLj-eat hold ft practice at the same place
ekatas Oems S5-S5, xsktma uems eo-sos l l&ai evening.
ceatat
WeeV 1938 H aomlaal; WUUmetta
vaUey 13-lSe yeaaft, sastera Oregea 10-
isa
Ray BnyAag pries frees prod seer J Al
f la, aiS-lS.sS. ekevsr 89-9.60. sastera
Oregea tiasetky $19 JO. vetok f 1S40-1L
Mats uregea sran sacs -ie va-a.
peaaass lea, Braana xa-iae, aiaaeaas ir
16. filberts te-SJe. wseaaa 0e.
Oaseara bark ttsyiag pnoo xsss pees,
'"ifipSramlaal, 1981. 16-17.
Census for Keizer
School Has Boost
Of 17 Over 1931
KEIZER, Kot. 7 Miss Ruth
O ' O
POLLY AND HER PALS
'Thslr Sanken Treasart
SUPPOSE VOU
REALIZE THrVT
MX AND I 4
DISAPPncVEf
yOU AJSP AOKT
susia KIN GO SET
ON A TACK I
AJS If sJlite5. " HIS MIND TO 2L rrrCANTV Xy-L
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Rw PI IFF .QTFRR W I " r I Rnllfsosu achool clerk ot Reiser
m - - . . Mnmnlatar tha eensna
'M. ..www
and finds ill rtrla and 114 boys
between the ages of 4 and 2t
vaars tn Keiser. These figures
show an Increase ef IT over last
vaar. -
Several new families hare
mored Into the eommnnltx In the
last few months.
IClamath Falls Man
Opens Store. Turner
TURNER. Not. t O. W. Klem-
sen. formerly of Klamath Fails,
haa enened ft rroeery store in the
Oawer handing; with llrlng a part-
its aborft the store. Mr. kisi
sa has a tint location en a eor-l
net with glass trait and on side
all glass; and later will iikeiy aaa
A recent phot Irsdridc Van
Nnrs, , Democratic candidate; for
United States Senator from Indian-,
who Is expected te lent the
reteraa James E. Watsoa in the
tsmfaig Uttle ef the ballots. vDw
ntili aantna!s--rs claim that Ll
diaaft has been woa for the partr
UU Tear, hut the 6. 0. P. Uleara.
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