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Th OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon,' Saturday Riornlng. December 10. 1932
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It D Barton Batter Starter ami
Venerator work. 541 Chemeketa at.
TIe-wme 4480 R B Nrrtfn
DR O. t SCOTT, P8C Chiropractor
SS N Rich TT Roa 8578
schools. Business and technical cours
er Bon 166, Salem. C. McGllltvray,
CUT flowers. wedding bouquet
funeral wreaths, decoratkMta, C. V
Brelthaupt. Horlst, 157 Court street
A IX kinds of floral work. Lutx Fler
1st. Ith A Market Tel 959;
Otaeo Floor Ce. Tel Sit I.
Fred Blatchford, mfsr. of "Dlstlno
tlre Oirtw are". 118 a HlKh St.
Machine sharpened and rented.
Ft W RCOTT. 147 S. Com'L
lt N Hlrh Tel 9T
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRT
THE E1DER LAUNDRT
til a High Tt utt
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRT
"We Wssh Everything la lur"
TrlpVn 1t I3S Broadway
Mattress from factory to home
Epring mattress 11.00. Renovat
ors and fumlsators. Capital B1d.r
Co Tel 4 OSS 8030 North Capitol
New mattress made to order, eld
mattress remade . carpet cleaning, els
tng fluff rug weaving Salem Fluff
Rug Matures Factory. S. 13th ft
Wilbur Tel 1441 Otto I. Zwlcker
aKO C WILL Pianos. I Phono
graphs, sewing machines, ehett music
and piano studies Repairing prions
graphs and sewing marhtaea 413
first Rr 8mI?ti
Dr. Chan Lam Chines Medicine Co.
Hour Sunday 3 to 5 p. m. 141
N C mmrclaL
PAINTING & DECORATING
Painting and decorating. Vet. 8701.
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
work. Oraber Bros. 1(6 So. Liberty
Lewis E. Neet, Income Tax and
Public Accounting. 209 Masonic Bids.
FOR STATION ERT. card. paznpQ
lets, programs, book or any kind oi
printing, call The Statesman Print
ins Department 311 S Commercial
BKCKE ft HENDRICKS, TeL 494T.
W. II. GRABENHORST CO.
1S4 a Liberty St TeL 4lt.
104-:. First Nat'L Bit Bldg. TeL 7807
STOVES and stove repairing. 8tov
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds t woven wire fence fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooka, logan hooka
Salem Fane and Stove Works, 3(3
Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R. B. Flemlrvg.
CAPITAL CITT Transfer Co. 1X6
State St TeL 7773 Distributing, for
warding and storage oar specialty
Get our rate.
pirn tucau v BMiani iruHsr aior
eaSl31 Laraaar Transfer Co
mi rmoa Tiiri
WANTED Work of any kind by
woman with hospital training. Address
1163 Waller St. Tel. 486.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR S&I.E Otd manors Wc a ban
tie Statesmen office.
- - - rifyi-ifn ni r nnjfjf
6ALEM Unn Gifts 13c and up.
Qrcetihauma, 340-246 N. Com'L
FOR SALE Used "Hotpolnt" elec
tric range. Reasonable. Elackblrd Inn,
- i i . 1i -ir .ni jT-TLn -i.i.r iql'ni -
Inspected Holly wreathes, sprays or
bulk. Tel. 9J14. Res. I860 N. Sum
mer. Chaa. Kinger, licensed dealer. In
spector's tags for alt shipment
Clover and grain hay. Ernest Roth,
Route 7. Box 152 A. phone 10JH.
Fine duck gun, 32-lnch double Da
mascus steel barrels, 10 frusgre, cheap.
Samuels Exchange, 197 South Com
merclaL For sale cheap: used range, second-
nana cnatrs, Die ; nami-power wun
Ing mach. ; wagon and cream separ
ator. H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. " TeL 8903
ltt ton Graham truck, for sale or
trade for cows. F. A. Hooper, R. 1.
Bx 57, Dayton, Ore,
Cash paid for used furniture, stoves,
etc. TeL 3593.
Quas, etc., old gold, jewelry. Condi
tion no object. Name your price. REI
NER'S EXCHANOE, !5 N. Com't.
Beauty work done In your home.
Reasonable. Appointments any time.
Old time dance. Sat Tew Park. New
music. Surprise for U. 10c 28c.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board, heated rooms. 1271 Cliarae-
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patten's book stars.
Lovely court buagalow furnished,
fireplace, hdw. firs., garage, alee,
range. $20. Phone 6154.
Modern steam heated apt. TeL 8490.
Lovely 3 room apt. 1560 Center.
Mh -i tlK
Apts., 810-112 891 N. Com'L St
Prescott apts. S mod. well furn.
heated apts. Garage. Adults, $20. S. P.
bus line. 1064 Oak.
Heated 4 R. opt 210 N. 14th.
Nic furn. apt., private bath, 810,
$12 and up. 690 Union.
3-room furnished apt., heat, private
bath, 590 N. Summer. Tel. 4194.
3 R. unfurn. p.pt., frlgldalre, elec.
rangre, garage, heat. Tel. 3468.
4 room house. 1136 8. Com'L Tel.
Furn. and unfurn. houses. R. A.
Forkner, 1610 N. Cottage. TeL 3031.
Modern bungalow, 350 S. Cottage.
Houses, 10, 30. Mosa. IT31 Vi State.
5 room house, $8. Tel. 7204.
FOR SALE Real Estate
In a South Salem home. Comfort
able 6 room house on a choice lot,
54x105 ft, east frontage, paved street,
garage, fruit and shrubs. Price re
duced from $3000 to $1800. only $300
cash, bal. $25 per month including 1
CHILDS & MILLER, Realtors
34 1 State Street Phone 6708.
15 Acres Extra Good Land $1400
Good 5 room house, bam, hen
house. Owner going east, forced to
sell at sacrifice price, $1400 some
terms ; on market road.
SEE BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Room 4
Wa h.ive tnn.il! farm stocked and
equipped for Salem home.
5 room plastered nou", garage,
only $S50 Easy terms.
Six room house, close, partly fur
nished, rent $18.
209-10 U. S. Nat'L Bank Bldg.
Here It Is Just finished, 1695 N.
18th St. Tour husband can afford to
buy this beautiful 5 room up to the
minute house. Small down payment.
Balance like rent See owner. 1435
N. 18th. TeL 4277.
2 acrea H m4Ie from Salem, dark soil.
welL all kinds fruit, 8 room house,
gas, elec lights, barn, garage, chicken
house, $3750. Trade for 25 or 30
15 8-cres dark loam soil, 13 miles from
Salem, on school bus line, 5 room
houfie, barn, garage, chicken house,
some fruit and timber, -$1450.
20 ncres 8 miles from Salem, all cult.,
well, spring, 6 room house, barn, gar
age, chicken house, elec. lights, some
fruit, 4 A. strawberries. $2500, terms.
275 State Street Phone 6796
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Fine farm. 34" acres, house, I H, i
barns, poultry and hog houses. On
mall and milk route, close to schooL
Price $11,000. Take some trade, some
cash. Good terms on balance. SEE
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Room 4
Will trade equity In 6 A. modern
building, fruit, filberts, 3 miles N. E.
Salem. Will assume a farm 40 to 80
A., with good improvements, electric
ity, good road, bottom land, and will
trade good 2d mortgage for stock and
equipment or some. Box 94, care
TRADE FOR SMALLER PLACE
20-acres. 6-R. house, bath and elec
tric lights, new barn and garage, all
cult., 8 miles of Salem : trade for 1 to
7 acres. Price $2750.00.
158-acres. 80-A. cult, some timber,
running water, large bam, most all
bottom land, price $9500.00: trade for
smaller place tip to $3000.00. SEE
JAS D. SEARS, REALTOR
133 South High Stseet
FOR SALE FARMS
(5 acres with 25 acres of hops, t
hop houses, on Willamette river, 8 rm.
house, electricity, ruts school loan of
$3300. For a few days will offer for
$135 an acre, cash payment of $2500.
17S South High Street
0. C. Wright of Huatlsu Creek,
N. 0.. has beea aupertntndent et
tae scnooui t u eouatr 14 rear.
I - I' 1 rrO
Incubation period for ggs are
for hen, 21 days, guinea 25 days,
ducks 28 days, turkey IS days,
goose 30 days.
The Atlantic cable was laid July
Here are II wedding anniver
saries for reference first, cotton;
second, paper; third, leather; fifth,
wooden ; seventh, woolen : tenth, '
tin; twelfth, linen ;. flfteer th. crys
tal; twentieth, china: twenty-fifth,
silver; thirtieth, pearl; fortieth,
ruby; fiftieth, golden; seventy
The first telephone across the
United States September 21, 1118.
First telephone across Atlantic
Jan. 7, 1927.
May 20, 1927 LIndberr'i started
for Paris. Jfay , 1926, Lieut, Byrd
flew over the north pole.
In 1859 there were 2,009,981
slaves la the United States.
American Legion Auxiliary Las
sies will welcome you nt Salens
grocery stores today. They ere sell
ing Kellogg's products and going to
use the profits for their welfare
FOR SALE FARMS
a onnn pavpti
STOCKED ft EQUIPPED
C 9-arrm SA.A rn1f bvmiI eAll i
house, basement, barn and etc 20 A.
umuer ana pstBiure one team. 4 COWS
etirl all farm Imnlcmnnta hilii
duced to $4500. $1700 down. SEE
J ao. u. on. Ana, niSAiiTUK
18$ South High
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
-r- riu juUurxr
FOH 8 ALE 1 thoroughbred blade
and white Shetland trick pony, espe
cially trained for children. Cash. Box
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSON AX. LOANS
MADE on furniture, cars. ealarUe
or other good security Repayable
monthly. When In financial need see
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank BUs Phone IS8S
Bs!!s of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really different
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 to 1300
Room 119 New Bllgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED RT STATE
513 State St TeL 8-7-4-0
Arrange to reduce yout payments
You keep the car
P. A. BIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4732 Saiera. Ore
MONEY FOR THE HOLIDAYS
We advance cash to salaried people
on plain notes. Easy monthly repay
ment plan. Our service is quick, cour
teous and confidential.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Bldg.. Second Floor
Office hours 10:00 A. M. to 6:30 P. M.
Telephone 7783 State License 8-165
FOR SALE WOOD
Call Saggle for dry fir. oak, ash
and maple. Reasonable prices. Phone
GUARANTEED DRY wood-
TeL 6000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade
Dry wood at Tracy a Phone 2116.
Good wood, depres. prices. TeL (769.
bnirV 16". $4'6o" Dial 780o'
Wood of all kinds. TeL 8938.
A-l old fir, 16'. $4.50. Oak 16",
$6.00. TeL 6479.
Delivery from car. Save the differ
ence. Full cord old growth 16" wood.
$4.50 ; half load planer wood $3.60.
COBBS MITCHELL CO.
S49 So. 12th St. Phone T44S
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
nd fuel olL Call on us for price. We
give good measure, good Quality and
AHMER TRANSFER STORAGE
16-ln. old f!r. Phone 4 865.
Aah. fir and oak. Tel. 8648.
Dry oak. fir. $5. TeL 8765.
Old fif 2nd growth, and oak, any
length. Call 6136.
16" old lir. $4.25. TeL 6463.
Old fir, 16 in 84 60. TeL 3438.
POLLY AND HER
Ttii TV 7 bbwwbbpb w op r,"y.!;'ji',pj w it tin I
(aeorable. clTj Tswzll TTj I x i (noI
(AlrTTHSv) ky V 1" nf'f-S WHERETO f (CERTAJN yOUNGhVX? WKSVttSfivS , ? SECH CPITTER,
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I iiiimmiHtii m i l i I 1
LOST AND FOUND
rfr-.En1Uh 'emale doc
Freckled nose, round orange spot on
left cheek. Call 73T or 1484.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKATS USED CARS
,,JANa BL THAT COUNTS
1926 Ford Coupe . t ss
l28 Veils Sedan
" Plymouth Sedan lis 11
?Port Ro4"t- 14S.o5
1920 Bulck Coupe
1981 Studs t Coupe
192$ Sedan .
1928 Coupe -
1929 Coup , .
1929 Sedan ,
Liberal Trades Easy Terms
... McKAT CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 8189 430 N. Coral
v Bu Kellogg cereals Saturday and
help the American Legion Auxiliary
L,KhJf 1 mod. coupe, good condi
tion, cheap. Write Box 96. Statesman.
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
Even in cold weather theee prices
J!!J 5!?ra St CP- overhauled $3ll.
1931 Deluxe RoaL, low mileage $88.
1930 Ford Tudor Sedan, recon
HI ord Cpe., new rings, paint 178.'
1928 Ford Phaeton with Ho. 96.
1987 T Ford Tudor, 11c. 7
III. I Iord Tourtnr. He. 2$,
1926 T Ford Cpe., as Is 21.
1928 Bulck Std. Coupe $8.
1926 Bulck 8td. Coupe 189.
1930 AA Ford truck, duals 32$.
1928 A A Ford truck, four speed
1928 Chev. Truck, four speeds
1118 Chev. Panel delivery 1(4.
See Larry or Charles
At Marlon A Liberty Streets
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Dried prune markets are ex
tremely Quiet in all northwestern
districts during early December.
Some limited volume of sales to
both foreign and domestic outlets
has continued during the entire
season, but packers hare mostly
been able to fulfill these transac
tions from stocks purchased earl
ier in the season. Export Inquiry
is at a standstill, awaiting- the
outcome of international debt
agreements, which are expected to
be settled in mid-December. Little
export business is anticipated un
Some confidence in the future
of the prune export deal is reflect
ed in a few speculative purchases
by New York Interests during the
past three or four weeks, accord
ing to northwestern packers.
Packers continue to operate on ex
tremely small margins, with a
spread between growers' sales and
packers' sales of about 1 cent per
Probably the outstanding fea
ture of the deal at present is the
great scarcity of 40-50 sizes, and
the relative abundance of stook
sizing 25-40. As a result, 40-50
quotations are discounted very
slightly below 30-40s.
Growers sold in limited volume
In all northwestern districts last
week at the following values: 30
35s. 3c; 85-408, 2 3 -4c; 40-45s,
2 Ho; 45-50s, 2 c.
Packers' sales, in 25-lb. boxes,
f.o.b. Portland docks were as fol
lows: 20-308. 5 3-4 to Sc; 2 5-3 6s.
4 3-4 to 5c, some asking 5 1-4;
30-40s, 3 3-4 to 4c. few 4 1-4:
40-50s, 3 l-2c. Some packers en
tirely sold out of 40-SOs.
Work Against High
Waters Being Done
In Lyons. District
LYONS, Dec. f Several men
are employed at the rock crusher
on the John Jungwlrth place this
week. A little work ts being done
to prepare for high water, and
some carpenter work covering a
shed for the crusher engine. The
district hasn't funds to permit
much work this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cone of Eu
gene spent Saturday night at the
U. S. Berry home. Mr. Cone filled
the pulpit at the Mill City Chris
tian church Sunday while Mr.
Bates, the minister, was at Eu
gene. Mrs. Cone Is teaching near
Eugene, and her husband is at
tending the unirersity there.
Mission Guild Meets
With Former Pastor
SCOTTS MILLS, Dec. 8 A
large group of young people from
the Court street and First Chris
tian chuiches of Salem, members
and friends of the missionary
guild, motored here Monday night
to hare the regular monthly meet
ing of the society with Mr. and
Mrs. B.i F. Shoemaker, formerly
of the Court street church. A pot
luck supper and program were en
joyed by the group and local vis
1500 cwt Remains in Hands
Of Growers; Practically
No Sales at Present
Latest word from continental
Europe on the hop situation there
Indicates a strong tendency pre
vailing; tn Germany, for Instance,
It la said there la not more than
1,500 cwt. remaining In.- growers
hands, with practically no sellers
Spalts and Tettnags have almost
entirely disappeared. The narrow
markets in Germany, France and
Jugoslavia led to a concentration
of the demand In Czechoslovakia
and Poland, with the last named
country having been cleared of
hops at advancing prices. In Cze
choslovakia, buying has been
strong and led to a reduction of
open stocks to about 10.000 owls,
at present. At present, the quan
tities remaining unsold In Central
Europe are estimated not to ex
ceed 15,000 cwts. Much of these
stocks consist of middle to Infer
ior qualities. The demand for
choice qualities has led to rising
prices In the 8aaa district which
as of Nov. 22, ranged from 700
to 1200 Ke. equal to $20.77 to
$35.81 per 50 kilos, or 110 lbs.
Quotations la the Nurnberg mar
ket for Hallertaus as of Not. 22.
ranged from 21t to 280 R. M.
equal In TJ. 8. currency to $41.84
to $54.88 per cwt.
Agricultural Commissioner Fo
ley at London cables Dec. 7. as
follows: The Hops Marketing
Board announces price advance,
equal at current rate of exchange,
of me per pound, effective Jan.
2. Until that date present prices
will be maintained. Commercial
estimates Indicate 70 per rent of
the 1932 crop has already been
disposed of. Imports for the laat
three months show a decided de
crease. Imported stocks are low
and little business being done on
account of the large margin be
tween local and imported hops,
with exchange conditions accen
tuating difference In American va
rieties. Beer consumption Is re
CORVALLI3, floe. $...(AP)
A downward trend in egg prices
and a somewhat uncertain tone of
the turkey trade were reported to
day In the weekly review of egg
and poultry markets by the U. 8.
D. A. bureau of agricultural econ
omics cooperating with the O. 8.
C. extension service. Liberal pro
duction, weakness in eastern mar
kets and curtailment of demand
by recent price rises were leading
factors in the decline in the coast
Egg production on the coast has
increased this fall at a more rapid
rate than a year ago. while the
mixed color eggs of the middle
west have about reached the sea
sonal low point in production,
causing the white eggs in the east
to suffer a larger share of the
price drop. Carlot shipments from
the west increased 10 per cent to
114 cars laat week, which was 30
per cent above a year ago.
Turkey shipping districts are
now loading for the Christmas
markets with Indication that the
deal for this season will be some
what larger than a year ago, un
less producers refuse to sell, and
hold for the post holiday trade.
Marketings for the Thanksgiving
trade were not relatively heavy,
considering the size of the crop.
Storage and import figares for
November are not yet available,
but indications are that both will
show totals far below a year ago,
materially offsetting the effect of
the 13 per cent larger estimated
domestic production this season.
SATTTEDAT, SBCXXBSm 14
SOW Parties 420 Ka.
6:00 Morning Sun ik toe.
8:(0 Ceekiag tchooL.
10 :00 ram aad Home boar, KBO.
11:00 Weiaaa'e Macaslaa, if BO.
13:19 Weatera Afrieiiltare, KBO.
11:45 O. H. Ptaamer.
1 :00 Seeeialieta.
1 :45 Bf dtd erraa.
2 :S0 Tea Tiaw Baiaar.
3: JO Tae Orefoniaa ef the Air,
4:15 Two Bowi aed a Gel
4:45 Tke Wanderinc MinitrtL
5:00 Arioa trio. NEC
6:30 Little Orphaa Annie. NBC.
6:00 Erno Sapee, NBC.
8:45 Today' foetbell ecoree.
8.00 Pickeoi Biatera. NBC.
8:80 Tke Mad Hatter.
KOIaT PortUad 940 Ke.
6:00 KOIK Kleek.
T:45 Chapel Cair.ca hour.
8:30 Oeliea Me'odiea.
The Bachtlor Glri
GRAINS MOVE AHEAD CAUTIOUSLY
HOGS CLIMB 10c A HUNDRED HERE
Weather Hazards for
Winter Wheat in
CHICAGO, Dec. (AP)
Grain prices moved upward today,
but buyers appeared under great
restraint from perplexities re
garding proposed agricultural leg
islation, war debts and two gov
ernment crop reports ahead.
Precarious conditions prevail
ing for domestic winter wheat,
over Oklahoma and Kansas, re
sulted in only modest fractional
price gains. Word that Russia
bad made .a sweeping order to
cancel all grain exports except
those destined to Italy was like
wise of relatively alight effect as
against unusual backwardness of
Wheat closed unsettled, at a
shade of above yesterday's fin
ish, corn unchanged to Vt up,
oats 4-H advanced.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec. 44-45; Ma.
48K-K; July. 41-.
Corn: Dec., 22; Mar,
Oats: Dec.. II U; May, 174;
PORTLAND, Or.. Dee. . (AP)
Predaee cacaoes. at price : BtUr
xtraa SO, itaadera prlau tints
4c, firaU 2e. Kfja Treaa extra
S4e, median si.
PORTLAND, Or-, Dm S. (AP)
Wki Opea Hick Low Cloee
Deneer 41 .41 H .41
My 40 U. .4T .48 U.
Jaly 4T .47 .41
Ca'ak rht: Bi Bead Uneaten
dark hard winter. 13 per eeat .51,
cent .49; eft writ, hard winter
weatera white, norther aprias
weetern rod .4L
Oat Ms. white $17.
(Tore No. IS yellow $17.50.
Millrea Standard $1915.
PORTLAND, Or.. Doe. p.(AP)
Cattle Receipt 100, olrei 10; (toady.
8tera, 600 t 000 pound, median
$4,25 5.25. common $3.75-4.15; BOO to
1100 pound, median $4-9.2t, com mo
$2.50-4; 1100 to 1300 pound, medium
$3.75-4.50. Heifer. (SO to S50 pound ,
medium $3.50-4.35. common $3.50-1.50.
Cow, common and medium $1-3, low cut
ter and catter $1-1. Bull, yearlisn e
eleded, good and ehole (beef) $3.2S-S.
cutter, common d medium $L50-3.25.
Veelera. milk fed, good nd choice $5
S.S0, medium $3.75-5, cull aad eommoa
$3-3.75. Calres. 2S0 to 500 pounds, food
and choice $3.75-5, common and medium
Hog Receipt 850; etrocjer.
Llfht light. 140 to 100 pound, food
nd chole. Il l.7i. LUbtwelcht. 160
to 1(0 pound. $3,50 1.75; 180 to 200
pounds, $3.50-8.75. Medium wifht, 300
to 320 pound $3.25-8.75: 330 to 350
pounds $3-3.75. HeTywelhta, 350 t
30 pounds, $3.85-3.65; 200 to 850
pound. $3.75 3.50. Packing low. 275
to 500 pounds, medium aad coed. 82-50-3.
Fedar-4tockers, 70 to 180 pound, good
and choice. $2.50-8.
Sheep Receipt 800; stesdr.
Lambs, 60 pouada down, good aad
choic $4.75-5. medium $3.50 4 75. all
weight common $8.50-8.50. Yearling
wether. SO to 110 poanda, medium to
chole $1J!5 8. Ewe. 0 t 130 pound,
medium t caolee, $1-1.35; 130 to 15
poanda, medium to choic 75 $1.2J; all
weight, cull te common, 50-75.
PORTLAND, Or.. Dee. 8. (AP)
Batter Prints. S3 score or better 33c,
Egg Paclfl Poultry Producers sell
lag price: Freeh extra 24c, taadards
23e. medium 22c, pullet S3c
Country meats Selling price to retail
ers: Country-killed hogs, beet batcher
nedr 150 pound 4H-6c pound; il
r. 80-100 pounds. 6-6 He; lamb 810c,
yearling 5c, haary ewea 8-4e, csaner
cow 3-3c bull 4-4 He.
Huts Ore gen walnut 15-10 pound,
pesaats 10c, Breiils 1314c. almond 15
16c, filbert 20 2Ie, pecans 20c
Cascara bark Buj iog prices, 1983 pl
Hope Nominal. 1082, 26 28c pound.
BoHcrfst Direct t shippers: Station
2 3 2 S. Portland dalirery prices: Churn
lag areas "5c, sweet cream higher.
Live poultry Net buying price: Heary
haa. colored. 4H pounds, 11c ponnd; do
medium 11: light Oe; spring, colored,
lie: all weight, white. 10c: eld roos
ter; Tc; deck, Pekina, 6-10e; gee,
Onloas Sailing price to retailer: Ore
gon 00c $1 cental Yakima BOc-$l.
Potato Local 65-70 ere age box.
Doachat Gome 05e-$L Takima Oem
60 90 rental.
Wool Its clip, aomiaalt Willamette
vUy 13-15 pound, esstera Oregon 10
13. Hay Buying price (rem producer: Al
falfa $11.50 18, clTer $9-8.50. eastern
Oregon timothy $16.50, oete aad fetch
10:00 George Hall' orchestra, CBS.
1:45 TJ.S.C.-Notr Dan football game.
6:1$ Edwia O. Hill, "Hum Side ef
7:00 William O'Hoal, CBS.
7:15 Patrick Marsh. OBS.
7:80 Chando the llagiciaa. DLBt.
8:00 Jack Lenard.
8:30 St. Morlts orchestra, CB8.
9:00 MeElroy' Greater Oregenisn.
9:45 Ataaley Smith' orchestra, DLBS.
10:18 Tad Pie KiU's ercheetra, DLBS.
11:20 DsBclag with the Star.
11:45 Jack and Jill' Trera orchestra.
KOAO CerralU $5$ Xe.
7:00 Morning MediuUon. led by alls
10:00 Homo Kcoaomiee Obrrr.
11:80 Better Health aad Longer Life.
13:00 Para hour.
1:45 Around the Campasee.
6:80 Fares hour.
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f 1.53 per
(hlllk based ea ml monUly
butterfal arerag. )
Batterfat Sweet, 27c;
Batter Cubes, 29e;
raUIT AJTO VEGSTAXLZS
Price paid 1 grower by Balem buyer
(The price below, upplid ey a local
grocer, are ladieati ef th dally msrket
bat are ae guaraatowd by Th Statesman)
Chiaeae cabbaga, des. . .30
Oerret. des. .20
Carrot. 40 bag .80
Beet, local, do. J5 tc .30
Tvralpa. local, des. .35
Greea peppers, lb. .01
Cebbage. seek ... Jo
Radish, do, "bunche .80
Oaleaa. dos. bnaches .30
Local potatoes .7$ to 1.00
Sweat poUtoe. crate 1.10
Celery hearta. dos. .30 aad .40
Local eelery, dos. .30
Local letter, erst .50
Th Dell lettuce
flplnseh. crste , .50
CnUforaia lottaee 1.88
Hothouse tomato, erst S. 40
Onions, WslLa Well .88
Onlans. Leblsh. 35 lb. . .30
Dsalsh qah. do. .15
Parsilps. hundred '
Kiagt. bo. AS
SplUen bergs .50
Korthera Spy .65
Jons thane .65
Delicious i fto
Csnliflower. If. 1 crate .75
Rutabaga, hundred 1.50
Rruasels s Droits ,,, .90
Crsa berries, retail, lb. .18
Cranberries, bbl. 11.00
Orange, p.p. 1.50
Orange, fancy 3.0O-4.00
T.p. 1981. lb. .3$
Top. 1981. lb. .30
Old rooster .04
Colored hen .11
Median hens .08 te .09
Light boss .06 to .07
Light fryers .09
Turkeys, lire, top .10
Turkke-s. dressed, top .15
Ducks, lies. White Pckius .10
Geese, lir .08
Lambs, top 4.33
Hogs, top 3. so
Hogs, first cuts 3.25
Steers n t 04
Cow , 01 to .03
Heifers 03 to .08
Dressed veal, top .06
Dressed hogs .04
GBAT8T AND HAT
Wheat, u-pstera red .41
Whit. No. 1 .43 H
Barley, top. (o 14.00
0t, white, ton 14.00
Oat gray. top. ton 18.00 to 19.00
Hsy. buying price
0U nd eetcb, to 7.00 to 7.50
Alfalfa, taller. 1st cut 9.00 to 10.00
Mohair no market
Walnut, ore hard raa .10 t .18
filberts, fair grade .13
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1933, Standard Btatiitie
8 year age -High
3 years age -
For Wool Noted
BOSTON. Dec. 9 (AP) The
Commercial Bulletin will say to
morrow: "While tho actual sale of wool
thlg week has been more or less
restricted, there la undoubtedly
a broader Inquiry. Demand has
been largely for fine and three
eighths grade. Prices are about
steady as compared with a week
JEFFERSON, Dec. 8 There
has been an epidemic of ring
worm going through both the high
school and grade school pupils.
Mr. rattan reauested those who
hare the disease to star out of
school until the Infection has
passed through Its worst stages.
The treatment prescribed by the
board of health is to paint the in
fected parts at least twice a day
with Iodine or with merenro-
Coolness Will Result
In Vegetable Rise
Hogs climbed 10 cents a hun
dred to top of 3.5$ locally yes
terday, while a one-cent gain, to
21 cents a doxen. was announced
for extra eggs. Other egg quota
tions remained the same.
So far the freezing weather bad
brought no Quoted advance in
regetabl prices, but with stocks
on hand growing low, an increase
is likely la the next day or so.
This is particularly so should the
weather continue cold today.
NEW YORK. Dec. f (AP)
For the second time this week
stocks showed some life on tua
upside today, although,, as waa
the ease Tuesday, the rally ap
pears! to bo at the expense of the
fVt gains on the whole were
smll and rallying tendencie
,l limited to the last hour.
Transactions totaled 1,1? 5.0 0
Rails found some flaror, per
haps on the theory that tomor
row's car-loadings report will dis
close a good-sized rally from
Thanksgiving week. Union Pacif
ic rose 3 net and a few others a
General Electric and Radio re
ceived quietly news of the for
mer's distribution of the latter
shares. U. S. Steel Preferred, now
undergoing fresh qualms as to
possible dividend action late next
month, weakened 2 points or &o
and then recovered. Safeway
Stores, with the dividend reduc
tion from $5 to 3 annually out of
the way, profited moderstely by
short repurchases. American Tel
ephone Improved more than a
point. Allied Chemical ran up
nearly 4 points, Du Pont aud
American Can about 2.
STEJIDY PAST WEEK
CORVALLIS, Dec. 9. ( AP)
Oregon hop markets remained
steady during the past week with
trading about at a standstill, .ts
growera were not Inclined to pell
at present quotations while deal
ers were reluctant to advance
their bids pending further mar
ket and executive developments, it
Is stated la yesterday's weekly re
view by the U. S. D. A. bureau ot
agricultural economics, cooperat
ing with the O. S. C. extension
service. Prevailing quotations are
still 28 cents net to growers.
Previous high marks were ex
ceeded in Washington and Calif
ornia, when sales were made as
high as 27 cents per pound,
though there, as in Oregon, there)
is little disposition to trade just
at this time. In all these sections
the comparatively light remaining
stocks In first hands are held by
those capable of holding for tnr
ther market developments, anrtla
most cases they are asking Ist r
eral cents above present market
prices when willing to place ; ny
definite price at all.
PORTLAND, Dec. t (AP)
Demoralization of egg prices at
Portland by outsiders is by no
means a new conditioa in the lo
cal trade but the present situa
tion appears the worst known
here, considering the season, the
Journal said today.
Irrespective of what price local
co-ops and private operators name
on eggs, some of the outsiders
quote from 1 to 2c less la order
to retain a trade that purchases
only on price. Naturally such con
dition tends to create an atmos
phere of weaknesa here.
There was no further open price
change for the day in the local
egg market although a further
slight recession was noted In New
York. Lay here continues to In
crease and with demoralised trade
conditions, the country appears
willing to sell below established
values, which does the market
nothing but harm.
By CLIFF STERRETT
EXPENSE OF SIR