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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Taesday Morning, December 6. 1532
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ft D Barton Batter Starter and
snereter work 54 E Chemeketa at.
Telephone 4450 n B Nnrth-e-a
DR O. L. SCOTT, PSC Chlropracter
. til N Rlh Tel n S57.
schools. Business and technical cours
ea Box 1C6, Salem. C MeGlllIvray,
CUT flower. wedding bouquets-
funeral wreaths, decoration C V
BrelthauDt. florist 557 Court street
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Fler
1st IRth Afarket Tel59?
Olsen Floor Oe Tel till
THE NEW 8ALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
$1$ 3. High Tet ?l U
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything In aixT
Telephone 1114 Broadway
Sharpened and repaired. Also trades
H. W. Hcott. 147 8 Com't Tel. 4U.
Sfattresscs from factory to home
Spring mattress $8.00. Renovat
ors sod fumlgatora Capital Beddt:
Ce TsL 4069 3030 North Capitol.
New mattress made to order, eld
mattress remade; carpet cleaning, sls
ln( : fluff rug wearing Salem Fluff
Rug Mattress Factory. 8. 11th
Wilbur. Tel 144 1 Otto F. Zwtcker
GEO C WILL Pianos, Phono
grnphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studlea Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machines 412
fffn'e Street Salem
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuea and Sat 2 to 5 p m. 148
N. C immerclaL
PAINTING & DECORATING
Painting and decoratlm?. TeL 8704.
PLUMBING and HEATING
work. Uraber Bros.
166 So. l.lbenj
Lewis E. Neet,
Income Tax and
209 Masonic Bldg.
rOR STATIONERY, card-, pampn
lets, pro grama books or any kind at,
printing, call The Statesman Print'
Ins Department 211 8. Commercial
Telephone 91 SI
BCKE HENDRICKS. Tel. 4947.
.W. H. GRABENHORST 4 CO.
134 S. Liberty ElL TeL 6468.
SOCOLOirSKY & (SON
04-5 First Nat'l. Bk. Bldjf. Tel. 7807
STOVES and stove repairing. Staves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. Ail
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy ami
Slain, hop baskets, hooks, logan hooka,
alem Fence and Stove Works, 262
Qhmetceta TH 47T4 R B "lamlne.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 221
Bute St Tel TT72 Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty
Oet our rate.
FOR local ot distant transfer stor
age. call 2131 Larmcr Trsnsfet Co
r irka fn Jrttsnd i1t1v
Doxie Moore, Purdue right
halfback, never played football
in high school at Delphi. Ind., but
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
for 8JkLf3 Old piMit tee a ban-
lie Statesman office.
SALEM Linen GifU
Greenbauma, 140-14 N.
Fertilizer $1.00 per yd. Tel. t35.
Fruitland nursery, sales yard, cor.
Center and Front. Call, see my
stock. Get prices. A. J. Mathis. Sa
lem. Radio for sale $138 Zenith repos
sessed, balance due, $39.40. $5 down.
$5 monthly. See Mr. Janz at wills Mu
FOR SAI.K Used Hotpolnt" elec
tric rawre. Reasonable. Blackbird Inn,
Inspected Holly wreathes, sprays r
bulk. Tel. 3H. Res. 1860 rl. Sum
mer. Chas. Kinder, licensed dealer. In
spector's tags for all shipments.
FOR SALE 1 Bell-Howell, 1 East
man movie camera, 1 projector, llice
new. cheap if purchased this week.
Box SS. Statesman.
m ton Graham truck, for sale or
trade for cows. F. A. Hooper, R. 1.
fix ST. Dayton. Ore.
Cash paid for used furniture, stoves.
etc. Tel. SSS3.
3 T. cow hay. Hugh Harris, Rt 4.
Gun, etc.. old gold. Jewelry. Condi
tion no object. Name your price. REI
NER'S EXCHANGE, 159 N. Com'L
Boys used bicycle, phone 45H.
Beauty work done In your home.
Reasonable. Appointments any time.
ROOM AND BOARD
Room, board, laundry, garage, $20.
Board and heated rooms for ladles.
757 Center. Tel. 6S7.
Room, board. Apt. 80 N. Liberty.
heated rooms. 1271 Cheme-
FOR KENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Pa tuns book store.
Lovelr court bungalow furnished,
r!rer.lac. hdw. firs., garage, elec.
range. $20 Phone 5X54.
Prescott Arts. 3 well furnished
rnnms Fiirnare hfat. electric range,
fine kitchen, private bath. Garage. $20.
& P bus line. 1061 Oak bt.
Modern steam heateJ apts. Tel. 8190
Lovely 3 room apt., 13S0 Center.
Furn. apts., $8 mo. 497 Union.
Apts.. $10-51 2. 891 N. Com'L St
Nice furn. apt, 590 Union.
Nice furn. apt., 633 Center.
5 R furn. apt.. 1st floor. Garage.
84 Mill St. T. G. Albert.
HousekcrDine mi. with kitchenette,
furn., gentleman preferred. Tel. 6460
2 and 3 room apts.. furn. or not
Llnhts. water, garage. 1421 rJ. cnurcn.
FOR RENT HOUSES
HQS S T.Jhertv St.. 5 rms $10
18!5 S 11th St.. 5 rms - 10
S4S S. 15th St., S rms. 12
2149 Berry St.. 4 rrna and nook II
2397 Center St.. Z acres of ground,
6 rms -
63S N. 21st St.. 4 rrna 15
111 N. Com'L St., S rrna 15
55 Madison St., S rms. - 20
J 2nd St., partly furnish
4 rrna and nook 1
34th St, 2 rms if
1594 S. Com'L St., 7 rrna - i
818 E. Miller St., rms. - 20
1538 Saginaw St, 6 rms - 20
617 Knapp 8t, 4 rms., nook,
close In - 39
CHILDS MILLER, Realtors
341 State Street Phone 6708
4 room house.
1530 8. Com'l. TeL
clse In. Call 710
FOR RENT 3 room cottage, partly
furn. $8 per mo. Phone 5977.
Good mod. house cheap. Tel.
Furn. and unfurn. houses. R. A.
Forkner. 1610 N. Cottage. Tel. 303 L
R furn. cottage.
Fartly furn. mod. 5 R. house,"! mile
out Overlooking Salem. Gaaden, chick
en yard, parage, $1
FOR SALE Real Estate
Raima IN DAY 70 acres, small 1m
provements. 40 acres tillable, balance
oak timber, good road. 9 miles Salem,
Splerdld room nouse, "
garage, paved street must selL Only
a room house, -arage, large lot.
Pved street-only $500. towgm
209-10 U. a Nat'L Bank Bldg.
aH Jr. hieh. furnace.
Will sell furnished or unfurnished at
bargain price and terms.
Attractive 4 rm. house, walnut and
fruit trees, fine district. $2500, wants
small acreage close in, will consider
175 South High Street
Up-to-date 5 rm. home. Small down
payment, baL like rent Owner, 1435
N. 18th. Phone 4277.
FOR SALE OR RENT Large com
modious house, centrally located, wen
adapted for rooming or boarding. Ad
dress Box 8, care Statesman.
-4 acres not far out on good
road, best of dark, fertile soil. 5 room
plastered bungalow, like new, fire
place, plenty- OI ouili ina, iiuiiiuiii,
electric lights, drove well, electric
water system, garage, woodshed and
chicken coop Price win sei;
with reasonable terms or vase smau
Salem residence as part
CHILDS & MILLER, Keauors
244 State Street Phone 6708
10 A. dark loam soil. 13 miles from
Salem, fenced and cross-fenced. I A.
pasture. 104 A. cult. 30 A. clover,
family orchard. 2 wells. 7 room house,
garage, barn, etc $62.50 acre, A
1 A. on Garden road. 1 ml. from city.
A new 5 room plastered house, flre-
Dlaee. elec water system, garage,
small barn and chicken house. Price
275 State Street Phone 6796.
EXCHANGE Real Estatt
125 acres of walnuts -produced
160.000 pounds this year. William
G. Brown, president of the North
western Nut Growers association Is
To keep doughnuts from absorb
ing too much grease, put a little
vinegar In the hot grease.
Six of our SI presidents have
died In office. Nearly one out of
Previous to 1883 there were 48
kinds of time used by the railroads
of the United States. On November
18th of that year standard time
was adopted 'which reduced the
number to four. Eastern, central,
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Duplex In Eugene to exchange for
Salem property. Write 544 W. Fifth
Trade 6 R. modern bungalow A-l
shape for 4 or 5 rm. house by owner.
Bx 99, Statesman.
Stocked and equipped 4 -acres. Has
cows, horses, hogs, all machinery and
feed for smaller place.
20 acres with new buildings, lor
home In Salem or small tract
5 R. house and 10 lots for $650. We
have a cash buyer for 30 or more
acres. Must have running water and
BECTiTEX & THOMASON
341 Stste Street
FOR SALE FARMS
36 A. dairy and chicken ranch, well
equipped for poultry : 26 A. cult, good
buildings. Cheap enough at I3au.
15 A. located near Woodburn, mod
ern house, plastered : basement, fur
nace : ideal place for chickens. Some
equip. To trade for house In Salem.
H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. Tel. 8902.
MUST SELL OR TRADE
Sickness Forces This Deal
164-acres. 123-A. cult., some in crop,
familv orchard. 35 A. good timber,
running water, good small house, large
barn and other bldgs. Only $47 per
acre. In trade for smaller place. Better
look this over. If you have some cash
you can get a good deal. See my agent
J. D. SEARS, Realtor
132 South High
20 acres, 4 room plastered house.
New barn and poultry hous. Good
well. 7 acres timber. Good location. 9
miles from Salem. Price $2500.
8 room plastered house and lots
on paved street and all paid, good
lots with fruit trees. A real bargain
21 acres near Salem. Electric
ltg-hts, 4 room house, barn and otnar
niit-bnfldlnra Runnitut water all year.
wood for own use. Will trade for
hnnw in Salem.
8 mom house. Lot 105XZS7. mm
And nut trees. For quick sale, wiu
iiV, 11500 Earr terms.
We have a client tnai wsoe iu
wmw xanoo on rood ineoma prop-
- valued at 110.000. Property is
i.t.9 ? a rnmre loan.
15-aerss A-l lana an- wu !
houaa. bam and other out-Dunain
a -.n 11400 Remember our trad-
Inw station is locaiea ai
street Tel. 8672. .
J. F. T7LRICH COM K A IN I
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payment
You keep the car
P. A, EIKER
rv. f.ttirt- St and Ferry
"hone 4712 Salem, ore
afAPiiB n ftimirura. cars, salaries
or otner rooa securr.. ivoi.w-"-
monthly. When in nnanciai neea
us before closing a ,0..
First National Bank Bl-g. Pnooe I5S2
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
la really, really different
TOO GET THE FVU.
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
m, aA 4 a . ft A
OK 1-4 1 API 9 1W W w
Room ll New Blfgh Bldg. 2nd Flooi
r Ti-wicsirri BY STATE)
Sit fltata St TeL
pn-RKOVAL INSTALLMENT XM-NS
STATIC LAJAN iJJr
aie RitlMfne. 2nd Floor.
-.. t, i ft an a M. tn S:I0 r. at.
uiiii.1 t - . , , V
T..nhrai. 7711 Braie ucnm
wiVTPn TO LOAN AT ONCE
12500 on modern Salem home. Must
be good security. T--
m state Street Phone 6701
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POLLY AND HER
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$1500 on new home. Will give first
mortgage as security. Boa 87, States
man. Want $504.09 to $1004)00 payable
wlthta three years. Good security,
8 interest Box it ears Statesman.
Want $550.00 for a good first mort
gage on Salem property, 7.
A. C. BOHKNS1KUT
Room 1, Ladd S Bush Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE WOOD
CaHl Sasxle for dry ftr. oak, ash
and maple. Reasonsble prices. Phone
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL MO Salem Fuel Co. Trade
Dry wood at Traey'a Phone S9IC
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel elL Call on us for price. We
give good measure, gooo quail tv ana
I .ARM BR TRANSFER 8TORAOE
Old fir. oak. TeL 79 Earhart
lt-In. old fir. Phone 48(5.
Good 1 old fir. TeL 3835.
Wood of all kinds. TeL 8933.
A all. fir and oak. TeL 6648.
Dry oak. fir. $5. TeL 878$.
Old fir 2nd growth, and oak.
I length. Call 6136.
FOR SALE USED CARS
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
H31 Standard Coupe $350.00
1931 Standard Coupe
i sport Roadster
1980 Sport Roadster
1930 Dual 4 speed trunk
192$ 4-peed truck
Pickup runs good
1930 Chevrolet Coach 295.00
1928 Chevrolet Panel Delivery 150.00
1918 Bulck Standard Coupe - 255.00
1924 Bulck Standard Coupe
1927 Star 6 Sedan
Charlie or Larry
Phone "910 Marlon at Liberty
McKAY3 USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
1929 Sport Roadster $165
1929 Fordor Sedan
1930 Sport Roadster
1931 Coupe. low pressure tires 345
1931 DeLuxe Sport Roadster 375
1932 Coupe 4609 miles
1928 Vlelle Sedan
1929 Plymouth Sedan 250
1926 Graham Truck 15
Easy Terms Liberal Trades
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 3189 430 N. Com'L
HERE'S A BARGAIN
1931 Studebaker Dictator "8" Coupe
that lists for $575 In Blue Book for
nniv 84 25. Come in and see and drive
this car. Your car as part or ait oi
the down payment and easy terms on
McKAY CHEVROLET 4JO.
333 Center Phone 3189 430 N. Com'L
POR SALE OR TRADE Willys-
Knight Sport roadster, 6-66 model.
four wheel brakes, balloon tires, new
hatterr. car In good running oraer.
Phone 6682 any afternoon.
New Essex Terrsrpione. Phons 440r
Want to buy llsrht truck. Must be
in g-ood condition.
TROT WOOD, Bllgn Hotel
KOW pevtlan 20 Ka.
8:00 Morning Saaahine.
9:15 Cooking school.
0:4S Arion trio. NBC.
10:15 Through the Looking Olaaa,
10 JO Woman's -taresina, HBO.
11:S0 Me and My Hhadow.
12:15 Farm and Home hour, KBO.
1:45 Bagdad ergaa.
2:15 Melodic Thoughts, 2TBO.
1:80 Tea Time Bataar.
3:45 Alvino Rey. NBO.
4:00 Midweek Federation Hymn Sing
4:15 Gpsiana. NBC.
4:54 The Wandering KinstroL
5:00 Balladettes, NBC.
6:00 Katie Garden, NBO.
8:00 Amos 'n' Andy, NBO.
8:15 Memory Lane. NBO.
10:15 Kelly's dance orchestra.
11:15 The Evening Star.
XODf Pectlaad S40 Ke.
6:00 KOIN' Klock.
7:45 Chapel Chlmea hoar.
:00 Buddy Hatred's orchestra, CBS.
:S8 Columbia Revue. CB8.
11. no Tra Ran ran. CBS.
11:80 American School of the Air, ls.
6:45 California Melodies, CBS.
7:00 Jay C. flippaneiea. CBS.
T:80 Chaada the Magician. DLBS.
8:00 Jack LenarC.
8:80 Iaham Jones orchestra, CBS.
XI :00 McElroyls Greater Oregonisns.
WOAO Cervanu 850 Ke.
T:00 Morning MediUtioas, led by Dr.
James E. MiUigaa.
DO Unrnlnt concert
18:20 The Kvolatioa of Lumbering
1 -30 -Ratter Health sad Loncer Life.
8:30 Peronality Chaagee end Their
Csnses Mrs. Bars W. Prentiss.
a -an Ttrittih Travelorne.
T10 How to Buy QvaUty la Haf
D. If. tun.
7 SO Tha Citixea and His Seheel A.
L. Llndbeck, "The Coenty Uar
t' l. 1 a . . -. rwa '
7:45 The Human Side of Banking
Prof. John M. Bee, "Our Be
ernment and Bankisg."
8:00 Collere Folk eluh ehoraa.
8:15 The World in Bevlew Dr. Victor
8:30 Willamette aalvaralty program.
NEW WHEAT CROP
FACTOR III 1IET
Disturbed Situation Causes
Small World Movement
Last Week, Shown
New wheat crops were an im
portant factor In the wheat mar
ket the past week, and a disturb
ed situation in the market reflect
ed the smallest world movement
in recent years. Market News serv
Large aress in Kansas, Nebras
ka, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado
were particularly in need of mois
ture and the crop deteriorated
daring: the week in many sections.
The condition of winter wheat in
the western third of Kansas was
reported at only St per cent of
normal, with soma counties as low
as 15 per cent. An average condl
tion of 65 per cent is reported for
central Kansas. In Europe, dry
weather prevailed in many parts
of the Balkans, and germination
is irregular. Seeding made satis
factory progress in Germany and
about the same acreage as last
season has been seeded in France.
Russian seedings at the close of
November were about 5,000,000
acres smaller than last season,
with the largest decrease in win
ter wheat areas.
World shipments of wheat, in
cluding flour, during the four
months' period August through
November, totaled around 155,
000,000 bushels, compared with
275,000.000 bushels for the cor
responding period last year. The
bulk of these shipments, as is usu
al in the fall months, was from
North America. United States and
Canadian overseas shipments dur
ing the period totaled about 127,
000.000 bushels as against 125,
000,000 bushels last fall. Argen
tine exports since the first of Aug
ust have totaled around 14,000,
000 bushels compared with 26,
000,000 bushels last season and
Australian shipments about 29,
000,000 bahels as against 32.000,-
000 bushels through November
At Portland futures prices de
clined about lc and cash about
c during the week, while in Cal
ifornia prices ranged unchanged
to slightly higher.
The outstanding feature of the
northern hemisphere shipments
this seagott is the increase in Can
adian and the decrease in U. S.
exports. Last season the U. S. sent
overseas about 65,000,000 bushels
of wheat and flour from August
1 through November and Canada
about 60,600,000 bushels. This
vear Canada ha? shipped around
105,000.000 bushU and the U. S.
only a little over 20,000.000 bush
els. Over half of this came from
Atlantic ports and shipments from
the Gulf ports and the Pacific
coast have been unusually small.
WALL STREET IK
NEW YORK, Dec. 5 (AP)
Stocks had a leaning toward
Transactions totaled 7.9,219
Owens Glass, which had been
more than 2 points higher, show
ed an extreme loss of similar size,
although the net decline amount
ed to 1. Crown Cork & Seal
dropped a couple of points. Alco
hol stocks were steady, while coca
Cola hopped up 3Vi net.
Ralls did well while the list was
rising. President Storey of Santa
Fe indicated his belief that the
directors would Tote a regular
semi-annual dividend on the pre
ferred, although there had been
no intimation that any unfavor
able action was contemplated.
Santa Fe, Union Pacific, New York
Central and Southern Pacific clos
ed virtually unchanged.
In Wool Buying
Noted at Boston
BOSTON, Dec. 5 (AP)
Large offerings of wool appear
to be quite firm, and holders look
with encouragement upon the re
cently Increased activity In buy
ing" Limited quantities however,
are still available at prices slight
ly under recent quotations. Late
last week medium grade fleeces
showed a tittle steadier tendency.
Receipts of domestic wool at Bos
ton, during week ending Decem
ber 3, estimated by the Boston
grain and flour exchange, amount
ed to 4,843,100 lbs. as compared
with 452.300 lbs. during the pre
vious week. Receipts for the year
amount to 208.917,600 lbs. com
pared with 250,378,300 lbs. dur
ing the corresponding period laat
GRAIN UNALTERED, REPEAL VOTE
Onion Prices Stiffen
As Growers Hold;
Eggs dropped another cent on
the local market Monday morn
ing, with the new top 22 cents on
extras. Standards bring the farm
er. 21 cents and mediums, 19
cents. Pullets are quoted at 15
Hogs dropped 25 cents a hun
dred yesterday, to top of $3.50,
while other livestock remained
unchanged. Dressed hogs are
down the lowest in many weeks,
to 4 cents a pound.
Local unloading of a carload of
place pack organges at $1.50
wholesale will bring the retail
price of this grade ot navels down
to a range of from 10 to 26 cents
a doxen within a day or so, it is
anticipated. Place pack navels
have been quoted from $2.25 to
Onions prices are stiffening,
and Labiah growers are holding as
many back as fc-cible for expect
ed higher market. Carload lots
are quoted at 10 cents, but small
lots are still being bought by oezl
merchants at 50 cents a hundred.
California lettuce Is coming in
strong at $1.85, wholesale, or five
cents a head, retail. There is only
a small quantity of local, inferior
grade lettuce on the market.
r&ODUCE KXCHJ JCOB
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 6. (AP)
Produce eschante, net price: Batter
eztras 29ft, standards 2 Be, prime firsts
38e. firsts 27c. Ejfs fresh extras 3e,
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 5. ( AP)
Wheat Opea High Low Cloae
Jcember ...-41H .41 .414
Mar 4 .4H .464
Cash wheat: Big; Bead blue&tem .53;
dark hard winter, 13 per cent .SOH. 11
per cent .48H; aoft white, hard winter
.42; western white, northern spring .41;
western red .40 Vi.
Oatt Ke. 3 white $1T.
Cora N'o. 1 E yellow $18.
Hillrnn Standard $13.23.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dec. 6.. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 1525, ca!ve 60; active,
bwprs. 600 to 900 pound, med.um
S4.S5-5.25, common 12.75-4.25; 900 to
1100 pounds, mcdinm fl-5.25, common
$2.50-4; 1100 to 1300 pounds, medium
$8.75-4.50. Heifers, 550 to 850 pounds,
medium $3.50-4.25. common $2.50-3.50.
Cows, common and medium $2 S. low cut
ter and c-ttar $12. Bolls, yearlien ex
cluded, good and choice (beef) $2,25 3,
cutter, common and medium $1.50-2.25.
Vealers, milk fed. good and choice $5
5.50, medium $3.76-5, cull aad commoa
$2-3.75. Calves. 250 to 500 pounds, good
and choice $3.75-5, common and medium
Hogs Receipts 4400; new low record.
Light lights, 140 to 160 poos ds. good
and choice. $3 3.75. Ligat-eighti. 160
te 160 pounds. $3.50-3.75; ISO te 200
pounds. $3.50-3.75. Madinm weight, 200
to 220 pounds, $3-3.75; 220 to 250
pounds, $2.85-8.50. Heavyweights, 250
to 20 pounds. $2,75 3.65: 290 te 359
pounds, $3.75-3.50. Packing sots. 2'i
to 500 nooads. medium and rood. $2.50-$.
Feedert-ttockeri. 70 to 130 pounds, good
and choice, $8-3.50.
Shun frtnta 2250: fairlr active.
Lames, 90 pounds down, good aad
ehniea S4 7S-5 medium $3.50-4.75. ell
weights common $2.50-8.50. Yearling
wethers. SO to 110 pounds, medium te
choice $1.25-3. Ewes, 0 to 120 pounds,
madinm ta rhoiea. SI 1.25: 120 to 150
Bounds, medium to choice 75c $1.25; all
weights, cnll to common, dp-toc.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee. 8. (AP)
Butter Prists, 92 seore or better Sle,
Eggs Pscifle Poultry Producer' sell
ing prices: Fresh eztras 26c, standards
24e, mediums 24c. pallets 22c
Country meats Selling price to retail
ers: Cooniry-killed hogs, best butchers
nnder 150 pounds, 5-5He pound; vealers,
80 to 100 pounds. 7-7H: lambs 9 10.
yearlings 5c, heavy ewes 3-4e, canner
cows 2-8c. bulls 4-4 e.
Nuts Oregon walnuts 1519c round,
peannts 10c, Drarlls 1214a. almonds 15
16e. filberts 20-22e. pecans 20c.
Caseara berk Buying prices. 1932 peel
3c pound- .
tfne Nnmin-L 1932. 27-28C DOUOd.
Bntterfat Direct to shippers: Station
26-S0e. Portland delivery prices: Charm
ing cream 29 30c sweet eream higher.
Live peeltry Ket buying priee : Heavy
hens, colored. 4H pounds. ISc peaad: do
meeinme lie: light So: springs, colored,
lie: ail weights, white. 10e: eld reen
ters. 7e; decks, Pekins, 10-lle: geese,
Onions gelling priee to retailers: Ore
t BOa-St eantaL Takhaa SOe-tl.
Potatoes Local 5-70 orange hex,
Deschutes Gems 95c II. Yakima Oems
Weal 1931 clip, nominal: Willamette
valley 13-130 peuad. eestera Oregon 10-
Hay Baring priee frees producer: Al
falfa flLSe-li. elever 89-S.50. eester
Ore gee timothy 916.54, eat and vetea
Elva Reed Selected
Lodge' Noble Grand
SILVERTON. Dec f. Officera
elected at the annual meeting ot
tha Trmhena Rebekah lodge No.
38, are noble grand, Elva Reed;
vice-grand. Daisy King; recording
secretary, Maybell Gay; finance
secretary, Bessie Goeti ; treasurer,
Frances Gourlle. Installation ot
officers will be Jointly held with
the Odd Fellows, on January
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f 1.33 per
(MUk btud semi mostaly
Batterfat Sweet, 20c
Batter Cubes, S2c;
rxtrrr jtd tzobtaxub
Prices psls to (rowers by fUlem barer
(The price below, spplie4 or s local
froeer, are iodmtlre of the ssllf mirkri
Dei art sot ensraatoefl by Tas SUltiniil
CM sue esbbsge. dot. . .30
Carrots, set. .30
Carrots. 40 bag .SO
Beets. loesL doi. .15 to .30
Taroipt. local, dos. .15
Gren peppers. IV .0$
Cssbsre, sack , JO
Radishes, dos bunches .tO
Oaloss. dos. boaehes .10
Local potatoes . .75 to 1.00
Sweet potatoes, 100 lbs. .0
Celary hearts, des.
JO and .40
uoesl celery, dos.
Local lettuce, crate
The Dalles lettuce
Hothouse tomatoes, erate
Onions, Walls Walla
Oaloss. Lablsh. 25 lbs
Danish squash, dos.
Cauliflower. No. 1 erats -
Brussels sprouts ...
Crsnberries. retail, lb.
19S3. n. .
Oid roosters .
Medium hens .
Turkers, live, top
Hogs, first cuts
Dressed veal, top
GRAIN AND HAT
Wheat, western red ...
White. No. 1 .
Barter, top. ton
.18.00 te 19.00
Osts. white, ton
Oats. gray. top. ton
Hey. buvtcg priees
Oats and vetch, ton 7.00 to 7.50
Alfalfa, valley. 1st cut. 9.00 to 10.00
Coarse , 10
Mohair . , . no market
Walnuts, orchard run
Fiiberts. fair grade
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1932. Standard Statistics Co.)
50 20 20 90
Ind'ts RR's Ut's Total
Today closing 49.9 24.7 83. S Sl.t
Previous day 49 8 24.5 82.3 51.3
Week ago 52.1 26.3 86.0 54.0
Tear age 71.9 39.0 113.1 74.1
3 years ago 171.5 133.2 218.7 173
High ( 1933) 72.3 39.8 111.0 73.9
Low (1932) 35.1 18.2 51.8 35.0
High (1930) 203.4 141.6 281 8 205.8
Low (1930) 112.9 86.4 146.5 114.7
SOWD AVE SAGES
Today closing .
3 years ago
.. 62.4 60.1
.. 69.6 71.8
.. 71.3 78.0
.. 58.2 47.4
High (1930) 94 9 109.8 101.4
Low (1930) 83.3 97.3 96.6
First Turkeys to
Be Shipped East
In Next Few Days
PORTLAND, Dec. 5 (AP)
About 25 carloads of turkeys will
move from Oregon to eastern
points within the next few days
and about 30 carloads will move
out of Idaho during the same
Initial loading for the Christ
mas dinners of Atlantic coast res
idents will start tomorrow at
Mlnnvllle, te first loading of car-
lots ever made from that point.
It will prtably be Wednesday
night before the first carload of
Christmas turkeys will start on Its
long Journey across the continent.
Swift A Co. Is handling this first
HOLLYWOOD P. Erntson
moving to a ranch near Monitor,
Erntson's hare been residents
this district for a number of years
They came here from Canada
purchasing the Wolfbrandt place
where they have resided until
IT. making the present move.
Crop Forecasts are
CHICAGO, Dec. 5 (AP) De
feat of prohibition repeal stirred
much Interest among grain trad
ers today, but hardly the slightest
unusual change in price.
Announcement of the prohibi
tion rote reached the board et
trade five minutes before the close
and in that Interval the quotations
on barley held exactly unaltered.
Corn weakened 1-4 cent a bushel
and wheat 1-2 cent.
A sharp decrease in the United
States wheat visible supply total,
together with reports of big over
seas buying of Canadian wheat
unfavorable crop advices from do
mestic winter wheat territory and
from Argentic, as well as pur
chasing of wheat for flour manu
facturers who looked to possible
adoption of agricultural domestic
allotment plans by congress were
largely responsible for general
price upturns that preceded the
Washington vote adverse to pro
Wheat closed firm 1-1 to 1 1-4
abeve Saturday's finish, corn 1-8
to 3-8 up, oats 1-4 to 6-8 ad
vanced. Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec. 44 1-2 to 5-8; May
48 1 to 1-2; ly. 48 1-2 to 5-8.
Corn: Dec. tt to 23 1-8; May
IT f-8 to 28; Jly. 21 1-2 to 58c.
Oats: Dec. 14 1-2; May 17 3-8;
Jly. 17 J-4.
BUTTER TONE EASY
PORTLAND. Dec. 5. (AP)
Market for butter continues to re
flect an undertone of easiness here
nd along the coast. Prices are
being held up by main force by
With an outside marketing in
terest reported as offering eggs la
cartons here at lc less than the
price established for case lots by
the Pacific Co-ops the market
hows weakness at the lower
There appears no end of the
weakness in the market for spring
chickens. Prices at present ouoted
are far the lowest for all fowls
but despite this there is no de
mand to speak of.
Market for live hens is In very
good shape along the wholesale
way with recent prices well main
tained. Demand is taking care of
arrivals of all weights.
There is a weaker tone in the
market for country killed calrea
as a result of the liberal carryover
from last week. Prices in general
are considered about He lower all
aronnd. Hogs aad lambs are held.
Market for potatoes continues
to reflect a rather slow trading
tone. At the source through the
Pacific northweta trading is nom
inal with rollers selling at des
tination at lower values than wbat
is asked f. o. a.
BK XX IE BELDOX HURT
WEST STAYTON. Dec. 5
Bennie Beldon was injured
Thursday when a tree he was fall
ing was blown by tha wind and
fell on him. The injuries were not
t . - :;) , .
Major E. S. Grammar, Republic-,
Seattle lumber magnate, wbe has
been appointed by Governor Roland
H. Hartley to fill the poet left vac ant
by the death of Senator Wesley L.
Joaes aa United States Senator
from Washington. Senator Jfrtkee
waa one of the country's outstand
ing drya and the author of the law
that bean his una
By CLIFF STERRETT
was one of the state's flashiest
Sex. sta. fo . - -