The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 24, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon; Saturday Morning, December 241931
PAGE SEVEN
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Business
Directory
Cards In this directory mm on
av monthly bast only. Kate :
1.00 per Una i-er month.
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
R. t. Barton Batteries Starter and
fnrtitorwork. 545 Chemeket- ft.
CATERING
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 6753.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northman.
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. O. L- SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor,
IH N. High. Tel. Res. g72.
COLLECTIONS
Personal Service Bureau. 320 Ore.
P.ldg. Ask ratea and save. Tel. 89S3.
Correspondence Instruction
International Correspondence
rhoola. Business and technical cours
es Box 156. Baled? C. McGiiUvrar,
Te!. 41 ?S
COUNTRY MEATS
Fresh and smoked country sausage.
cured meats, delivered. Tel. 38H4.
DRESSMAKING
MRS. SVELGROVE, 2nd floor Mil
ler Bids. TeL 7168. Remodeling spe
cialty.
FLORISTS
rrtTT flower wedding bouquets fun-
arl wreaths, decorations. C. F. Brelt-
haupt, florist, 577 Court street. Tel.
(904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Lutx Flor-
1st. Uth & Market. Tel. 352.
FLOOR CONTRACTING
Olson Floor Co. Tel. U1.
GIFT SHOPS
Fred Biatchford. mf. of "Distinc
tive Qtftware," 118 S. High Sr.
INSURANCE
RfTKE & HENDRICKS
It N. Hlah Tel. 447
LAUNDRIES
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THU WE1DER LAUNDRY
2J 8. Hich TeL 9125
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
We Wash Everything In Lux"
Telofhono 3115 124 Broadway
MATTRESSES
Mattresses from factory to home.
Spring mattress 3S.00. Renovators and
fumlgators. Capital Bedding Co. Tel.
4069. 3030 North Capitol.
New mattress made to order, old
mattress remade : carret cleaning, fcla-
Ing: fluff rug weaving. Salem Fluff
Rur A Mattress Factory. 8. 13th
Wilbur. TeL 8441. Otto F. Zwtcker.
F.st 1911. .
MUSIC STORES
GEO. C. WILL Pianos, phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studiea Repairing phono-
mnht and sewing machine 41.
State Street, Salenr
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
Learn steel guitar in 12 wks. W. O.
Ptorhow. 450 Court with frtirrs.
MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hour Tuesday and Friday. 11 a. m.
to 4 p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
PAINTING & DECORATING
Painting anil decorating. Tel. 8704
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
work. Ovaher Bros., 16S So. Liberty.
Tel. S594
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Lewis E. Neet,
Public Accounting,
Tel. S844
Income Tax and
209 Masonic Bldg.
PRINTING
FOR STATION ERT. cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Deoartment. zi a. uommereitL iw
phone 9101.
REAL ESTATE
F.t-,CKE Jk HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W If. ORABENHORST & CO.
124 8. Liberty St Tel. S468.
SOCOLOFSKT & SON
104 r. Firt Xat'l. Bk. Bldg. Tel. 7807.
STOVES
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooka, logan hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 262
Chemeketa. Tel. 4774. F B. Fleming.
TRANSFER
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22S
State St Tel. "773. Distributing, for
warding and storage our pecialty.
Oet our rates.
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call SI 31. Lartner Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland dally.
NEARLY SEVERS THUMB
SILVERTON, Dec. 21 L. M.
Larson, proprietor ot tbe City
Meat company, bad the misfortune
to eut off three-quarter Inch of
the end of his right thumb Wed
nesday. The end was ct com
pletely off, Including a small por
tion ot tha bo&e. .However, the
Statesman
Classified Ads
Call 9101
CUsmfted Advertising
Single I as er lion per line. 10c
Tare Insertions per
line .- SOe
Six Insertions per line.. 30c
One month per Una.. $1.08
Minimum charge lie
Copy tor tela page ae
cepUd ntil C.SO the ren
ins before publication tor
classification. Copy re
ceived after till time will
0 IV- v-..rtt-
r 4 ua uuuv - mb4i
Too Late to Classify.
' Tbe Statesman assumes,
ao financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear in advertisements pub
lished la its columns, and
In eases where thl paper is
at fault will reprint that
part of aa advertisement In
which the typographical
mistake occurs.
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objec
tion a 1 advertising. It far
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper 'classifica
tion. GIFT SUGGESTIONS
SALEM Llnrn Gifts 13c and up.
lireenriaums, Z40-Z4 5 N. Com L
For HIM gloves, luggage, billfolds.
belts, ail good leather goods, Stijfer's,
170 S. Coral.
BICYCLES velocipedes new and
used. Harry W. Scott. 147 3. Com'L
CHRISTMAS Flowers, cut or potted.
holly, Olson. Florist, Tel. 7186.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR 8U.B Old parr 10c n ban-
lie statesmen -rnc.
CLOSE-OUT on miniatures and elec
tric trains. Ramsden's, 143 S. High.
NEW TAPPAN RANGES
LATE MODEL
ONLY $89.00 INSTALLED
A REAL CHRISTMAS GIFT
PORTLAND GAS COKE CO.
13 S. HIGH
TRADE Miscellaneous
Good bicycle for wood. Plione 451G.
Wanted to trade garage work for
wood or wiiat have you? 980 S. Com'L
Street.
WANTED Miscellaneous
Cash paid for used furniture, stove,
etc. Tel. 393
MISCELLANEOUS
Best haircuts, adults 20c; children.
ISc. so s. Wlnt-r.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patton s book store.
Nice
furn. apt, bath, heat, 590
Uiilon.
Lovely S room apt., 1580 Center.
Apta. S10-S12. 891 N. Com'L St
hsaeaeea0bsb"W .u nrUOj l JXTU" inrLT1
Nice front apt.. 6TH Center.
FOB RENT HOUSES
, 1 .""WV W W1W1 l 1 o
7 R. mod. stucco home on Broadway.
Call 1009 N. Fifth street
Furn. and unfurn. house R A.
Forkner. 1S10 N. Cottage. TeL 30J1.
FOR RENT 4 room house, partly
furnished. With garage. TeL 5977.
Furn. cot, J10. Moses, 331 State.
Here it Is lust finished. IS 95 N.
18th St Your hnsband can afford to
buy this beautiful S room up to the
minute nouse. email down payment.
Balance like rent See owner. 14JS
N. 18th. Tel. 4277.
5 rm. modern house and one acre.
view property and excellent soil,
500, will sell like rent
WINNIE PETTTJOIIN
175 South High Street
Houses. S10. 10. Moses. 831H State,
F0R sRea! Estate
1 A. 1"4 mL east on Garden R, new S
room house, bsth, fireplace, lights and
electric pump, garage, small barn and
chicken house, J29O0. S100 down.
15 A. 14 cultivated, 6 room house.
barn, garage, large chicken house,
brooder house, well, woven wire fenc
ing. A bargain at 11400.
MELVIff JOHNSON
275 Stale Street Phone 679S.
LOOK
It's up to me to sell or be foreclosed
on following property. Choice lot cost
S500. Will sell for S310. House, 7
room cost S350O. Sell for S1250. Farm
3S A. Sold once for 53500. Take 12550.
Well Improved farm, S45 A. sold for
S22.000. You can buy It for S11.000;
terms. For the best bargains, SEE
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State
STOCK RANCH (TRADE)
6S7-acres, &40 plow land, good pas
ture and tlmter. 10-R. house with bath
and electric lights. Large barn, hold
149 head stock. Poultry home and etc.
Well located. Trade for smaller place.
A DANDY BUY
11400.00 will buy -this nice lS-acrea,
all good sandy loam soIL 1S-A. cult
5-R. house, trn, garage and etc. Bet-
ter look this over
JAS. D. SEARS, Realtor
1S1 South High Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
FOR EXCHANGES
S room English type home In Grants
Pas. Want 5 or 6 room home in Sa
lem. Value $5009 with $700 mtge.
TWO SALEM HOMES. 5 rm each.
on paved streets, semi-modern, value
for both SSS00. Will trade for small
acreage near Salem, ot sain value or
less.
SO ACRES, good bldgs.. family or
chard. 60 acres; In cultivation, baL tim
ber and pasture 3 itoofl spring. Lo
cated about 15 milrs from Roseburg
toward the coast. Priced at $7500,
clear. Trade for home In Salem or
nearby acreage.
CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtor
J44 State Street Phone 6708
ACREAGE
IT acres, 10 A. beayerdam soil; 4
mt from Salem, very few improve
ments. You can find no better land.
Owner will sell for one-half what It's
really worth and giv terms t suit
purchaser. If you can use this, do sot
let this opportunity pass.
H. C SHIELDS
. Real Estate
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Small Improved
acreage, alosee.
SS1H Stat.
Business Opportunities
Rastaurant for sale, at Inventory en
account of Ulaesa. t$7 N. Com'L
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Gentle work horses, 2 largV mules.
trtal allowed. Sl N. Front St.
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSON AX. LOANS
UADB on faroitur, cere, atari
I or other rood eevrtty. Repayable
monthly. When In financial need
.us before doihii a loan.
QENSRAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bids. Phone ISIS
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loaa service that
la really, really different
TOO GET THE frTJIX
AMOUNT or LOAN
IN CASH
ONLY LAWFUL INTKREST
STRICT PRIVACY
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SKRVTCK
ON LOANS Sit to $300
Beneficial Loan
Society
OF SALEM
Room 119 New Bllgh Bids 2nd Floor
LICENSED BT STATE
SIS SUte St TeL S-T-4-0
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce youi payments
You keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferrv
Phone 4TS1 Saleta. Ore
MONEY FOR THE HOLIDAYS
We asByanc cash to salaried neoDl
on plain notes. Easy monthly repay
ment plan, our service is quick, cour
teous ana confidential.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
211 Oregon Bldg.. Second Floor
Office hours 10:00 A. M. to S :S0 P. M.
Telephone 7783 State License S-16S
FOR SALE WOOD
Call Saggle for dry fir. oak. ask
and maple. Reasonable prices. Phone
3739.
IS" old fir. S4.S. TeL S4SS.
GUARANTEED DRT wood coal
TeL S060 Salem Fuel Co. Trad
Cottage.
DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel elL Call on us for price We
glv rood measure, good quality and
good service.
I.AKlirCR TRANSFER STORAOa
Telephone SI SI
Wood of all klnda Tel. 893S.
Ash. fir and oak. Tel. SS4S.
16 in. 2nd growth.
14, IS In. old fir.
S4.25. Phone 613S.
Old fir 16", 84.25. Dial 7800.
Dry wood at Tracy's Phone S98S.
Good wood, deprea, prices. TeL 9769.
Dry nak, 85.50. fir. 85. TeL S765.
Old fir 16", 8415. Dial 3635.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Pair rimless glasses. In black
case Sunday. Reward. Return to
Statesman.
LOST Purple umbrella. Tel. T1F4.
LOST Man's ring. Light clear to-
pax. Reward. TeL 6557 or call S51 S.
12 th.
Strayed or stolen, two heifer from
pasture between Robert and Crolsaa
Creek. Were missed about Dec 1.
Finder please notify O. B. Bowman,
Rt S. Salem, or TeL S353.
LOST Black traveling bag. Re
ward Mrs. John Water. Dallas, Ore.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKAVS USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
132S Ford Rd. f 1S.00
1927 Ford Touring SS.00
1927 Olds Sedan
145.00
14S.00
S45.00
S75.00
S2S.O0
1928 Veils Sedan
1930 Ford Sport Rd.
1930 Ford Sport Coupe
1911 Ford Coupe
CHEVROLETS
19T5" Sedan . 85.00
19J8 Coupe - - 1.00
1929 Sedan . S85.0S
1920 8DOrt Roadster 275.00
1930 Coach Jio.uu
1931 DeLuxe Sport Roadster 375.00
Special 128 Stude Sedan, list Tor
1325.00 In Blue Book. Our price S215.00
TERMS TKAUhS
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
S3S Center Phone 3189 4S0 N. Com'L
isqrjruxi-ti-urti-tji. t-u-- .i- - --
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
Even In cold weather these prices
m hot
1931 Ford Std. Op., overhauled JH.
1931 Deluxe Road., low mileage S2,
19S0 Ford Tudor Sedan, recon
ditioned
1419 P7rd One., new rings, paint 175
lets. Fnrri Phaeton with 110.
19S7 T Ford Tudor, lie. . T6
T VnrA Tmirlrur. He. 15
I9it T Ford Cne.. as la 25.
- - " Arc
192 1 Buick Std. Coup 150
iosn A A Ford truck, dual SX5,
iiti a a irnrd truck, four speeds
transmission
. . .
ia r-vi.v TrurV. four ieea
transmission f
lata rh Panel delivery !
Be Larry or tnane
At Marlon Liberty Streets'
Tel. 7910
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Chevrolet truck. 4 speed. 156 Front.
HURT SPLITTING WOOD
WACONDA, Dee. 23 Carl
j gQiveiT severed two ligaments In
his left wrist wltn the axe wnue
nlittlne wood. A number of
stitches were necessary to close
the wound.
POLLY AND HER
Interesting Pacts
1
Shopping Day
Before
Christmas
Jack Dancy will be succeeded by
Elmer Daue as a member of the
city council after January the first.
Mr. Dancy ha been a member of
the council for 10 years . He was
appointed to fill the unexpired term
of Joseph Baimgartner Dee. SS,
19S2.
O
IS pounds was the largest tur
key that we c-juld find at any of
the market in Salem. This bird
was sold by tbe McDowell market
It ought to make a dinner for most
any family.
O
AJemeda-Oakland tunnel, under
Inner harbor 1.4 4600 feet long, ST
feet across Sunday trafflo both
ways 25,000 vehicles, cost 83,883,
009. DEMAND FOR WOOL
BOSTON. Dec. 23. (AP)
The Commercial Bulletin will say
tomorrow:
"The demand for woo 1 has
broadened somewhat during the
past week. Mostly, the call has
been for fine and half-blood comb
ing wools, which are firm in price
and possibly a bit against the buy
er in some cases. Medium wools
are less active but steady.
"For the tinj.e of year there has
been a fair demand for goods lat
terly, although the prices secured
have not been very satisfactory
which has prevented the rise In
wool values for which many had
hoped. There Is expectation of a
better business, however, after the
turn of the year.
"Foreign markets are firm and
are showing a rather better tone,
on the whole.
"Mohair continues slow of sale
with prices unchanged." The bul
letin will publish the following
quotations:
Scoured basis: Oregon: Fine
and F. M. staple 41-43; fine and
F. M. Fr. combing 37-39; fine and
F. M. clothing 34-35; valley No.
1, 40-41.
Mohair: Oregon 13-14; domes
tic graded, first combing 24-21;
second comhlnr 22-S3' third
Combing 17-18; fourth combing
15-16; good carding 24-25; first
kid 45-50; second kid 35-40.
Shortage in Small
Turks Reported at
Portland Friday
PORTLAND, Dec. 23 (AP)
An actual shortage of small to
medium alsed turkeys was shown
in Portlsnd for the Christmas
trade despite the greatest supply
ever received here for a like per
lod. The most intensive demand
has been shown to date for small
to medium sized birds with more
or less discrimination against the
larger tonis the weights from
18 lbs. np
. a .
ructj Biuieuea somewnst tor
the hen turkeys but 15e remains
the general top today. Here and
there a turkey or two may be
sold to some retailer above this
price but in wholesale lots 15c is
tbe general extreme.
The movement of large toms
into storage has been forced by
the lack ot demand. The extreme
low price has ereated some spec
ulative Interest In these birds.
Radio
Program
SATURDAY. DECEKBE 14
KOW Portland 620 X.
8 :00 Orgs.
8:30 Cooking school.
0 :00 Kawaeaating.
0:15 Beth Baa.
10 :00 National Fan and Heme bear.
10:30 Woman's Mageiine et tbe Air.
11:80 Me and bfy Shadow.
12:15 Wetter Agrlealtar.
11:45 O. M. Plammer.
1:00 Stringwood Ensemble.
1:30 Chrittmss Baxter.
4:4.r Wtndering Minstrel.
5:0O Arlon trie.
5:15 Piano Surp rites.
5:30 Little Orphaa Annie.
8:00 Frank Black and erchettra.
8 :00 NBO pro grim.
8:15 Orchestra.
8:30 Mark Denials.
0:00 KOMO program.
XOnr PorUanS $40 Ke.
A -fin KfTlC Klnrlr.
6:80 Philadelphia Philharmonic Sym
phony, CBS.
10:00 George Hall' orchestra, CBS.
11:80 Colombia Salon orchestra, OBI.
11:80 Rhythm Kings. CBS.
2:00 Football broadeaaL
PALS
FOUND BROADENED
CORN SHIPPING STEADIES- GRAINS
V ! 4 4 4 ! V
ALL LOCAL MARKETS REMAIN QUIET
New low Records are
Set Early ; Rains
Cause Selling
CHICAGO, Dec. 23 (AP)
New low price records for the
season tarnished the wheat, corn
and oats market today, bnt Im
provement of corn shipping de
mand steadied all grains Ister.
A widely known Chicago spe
culator appeared In the corn pit
and personally conducted vigor
ous buying of corn future deliv
eries. Earlier, all grains suffered
from liquidating sales thst were
associated with heavy rains at
some points in Kansas and Okla
homa, although worse drought
districts of winter wheat terri
tory appeared to have received
little benefit.
Wheat closed easy at the 'same
as yesterday's finish to 3-8 lower.
corn 4 to advanced, oats un
changed , to a shade lower.
Today's closing quotations:
Whest Dee. 43 V ; Msy 4 5
1-8 to U; July 45 to 45 1-8.
Corn Dec. 21 i ; May II
1-3 to i: July 27 4 to 7-8.
Oats Dec. 14 7-8 to II; May
16 7-8; July 17.
General Markets
PkODUCB EXCHAJTOB
POBTLAMD. Ore.. Dee. 2J. (AP)
Produce eieaaage, net prices: Batter
Kctrat 2Se, ataodards 2S, prine firats
25c, fisti 24e. Eggs Freak extras 14
25c. mediates 22-23c.
Portland Grain
POBTLAND. Ort- Dee. S9. (AP)
Wheat Ope High Lew Oleee
December 40H .40 4 .10 .40
May 43 .43 .49 .4J
Jsly . 44 H .44 .48 .48
Caih wbat: Ke. 1 Big Band bleesteea
.50; dark bard wiatar. if per.eeat .48H,
11 per cent ; tett white, hard wis-
ter .40: weatera white, norther tpring
.39; wetter red .88.
Oatt No. white 817.
Corn No. tS yellow SIT.
MlHron Standard 18.
Portland Livestock
PORTLAND, Ore., Dee. 23. (API
Cattle Receipts 85. ct Wet 15; aominally
kteady.
Steers, S00 to 000 pounds, good 85
f. 50, mediam 4.15-5. common 2.75 4.25;
VCO t 1100 poandt. good I4.T5-S.25,
moditim S-4.7S, coram oa 92.60 4; 1100 to
1T.D0, good S SO-4.75, mediom S8.S0
4.50. HeUera, 650 t 850 ponadt. good
S4.25-4.75. common 82. 50 3.50. Cows,
rood 3. 25-8. 50. common sad mediam
!. 25-3.25. low tuttar and cotter $1-1.25.
Balls, yearling exelnded, rood sad
choice (beef) $2 9VS; cottar, common
d medium Sl.So ?. Vaalari,
ilk
fed, good and choice $5-5.50, mediam
83.T5-6. rail and common $2-3.75. Calves,
250 to S00 poaoai. good and choice 1.75-
S, common and medium $2-3.75.
Hnrt Receipt! 700; steady.
Light lights. 140 te ISO pounds, good
and choice, $3 8.75. Lightweights, ISO
te 180 ponda. $8,50 8.75; ISO te 100
paondl, $3.50-8.75. Mediam weight, tOO
to 220 ponada, $3.15-3.75; 220 to 150
ponadt. $8-8.75. Utavyweighta, 250 to
J0 pound t, $2,85 3.65; 290 to 350
pounds, $1.65-3.85. Packing sows, 275 to
500 ponada, mediam and good. $8.50-2.
Feedert-ttockera, 70 te 180 ponadt, geed
and choice. 82.50 3.
ahetp and lambt Reeeiptt 75; steaay.
I.taht, SO roandt down, good and
choice 84. 75-5. mediam $3.50-4.75. all
weifihts common 82.50-8.50. Yearling
ethert. 00 te 110 poands. mediam to
I choice 1.25 s
Ewes, 90 to 120 peana
mediam t choice $1.15-1.50: 130 U ISO
poundt, mediam te choice, $1-1.25; all
weighti, call to common 60c $1.
Portland Produce
POETLAKD. Ore.. Dae. 23. ( AP)
I " . " . . - . ..
I tttndardt 17e.
Erri Pacific Poultry Producers tell
ing prices: Treth extras 24s. staadards
22c. mediums I-c, pa I lata 32c
Country meats Selling price te r
'.tilers: Country killed hort. beat bateh
nnder 150 peaadt. 5-5 Ue poaad:
vealert, 80 te 100 poands, 7-7 He, iembe
9c, yeaiiinrs 5e. heavy ewet 8-4e. can
ner cows S-3e. balls 4-4He.
Natl Orero wtloats 15-19e pond
peenatt 10c, Brtult 1214c, almonds 15
16c. fi bextt V0 22c. recant 20c.
Cateara bark Baying price. 1931 pec!
3e Doand.
Uept Nominal. U83, 25-27 He poo.
Butterfat IHraet te thiapert: cHation
28 17. Portland delirery pricet: Chu
tag create 2o-37e. sweet cream Mi her.
Lite poultry Buying price: Heavy
bans, colored. 4H pounds, lie: de me
diams lie: lights Oe: tprian, light. It
Lie. fceavy 10; eld roottera 6c: daekt
Pakint. Be : eee Sc.
Uaioae SelUag price te retailers: ure-
gon $1.10-1.15 cental, Taktma St erntai.
Petatoe iyocal S5-7e eraage z,
Deeehatea Oems $1.15. Yakima Gemt $5c
$1.10 cental.
Wool 1981 clip, nominal: Willamette
valley 12 15c poeaa, eaater Orege 10
12.
Hay Enyiar price from producer: Al
falfa $11.50 11, clever $0-0.50, eettern
Oregon timothy 18.50. ottt and vetch
$10.50-11.
4:15 Cbrlttma parade.
6:00 Musie That Satiafiet.
6:15 Kdwia 0. Hill. "Hsbii Bide ef
the News," CBS.
6:45 Daneiag at the BeRrive, CBC
7:00 William O'Neal, toner. CBS.
7:30 Chanda the Magician.
8:00 Melodie Sketchee.
8:30 McElroy's Ore ter Orereaiane.
0:45 Stanley Smith1! orehetira, DLB3.
10:00 De Silvia's Royal Kaightt.
10:13 Ted Fie Kita's orchestra, I) LBS.
11:00 8taley Smith's erchettra, DLB3.
KOAO Cervallia 650 K.
7 :00 Morning Meditation, led by Mi
Mary Whitolaw.
8 :00 Morning concert.
,10:00 Heme Keonoeeiee Obaerver.
11:80 Better Health aad Longer Ufa.
11 :00 ran hoar.
3:30 Matinee.
0:30 Firm bear.
"Warm Greying
Salem Markets
Grade B raw 4 mtUc,
co-op pool price, f 1JMJ per
hundred.
Surplus 91.10.
(Milk based ea semi -monthly
batterfat average.)
Batterfat Sweet, 27c;
our, 23c.
Batter Cubes, 20c;
prints, 28c.
rfturr abtd vxoetablxs
Prises paid t gravers bj 6a lea bayars
December tl
(Tbe Prices talo. suppiiat or a local
grocer, are laiieatite of tk esily atarkt
bat are nee guaranteed by Tbe 6UUaea
Carrots, do.
Oreea peppers, Calif., lb.
Cabbag ., lb. ,
Ooiena, dot. baoehet
Potaioei. local
.60
.IS
.08
.2S
.75 to 1.00
1.10
l.oe
2. 10
3.7S
.85
.00
.IS
.01
1.50
Sweet potatoes, crate
Celery bearta, di.
Lettuce, Calif
Tomatoes, bothoote, crate..
Oetone. Walla Wall
Oaiooa. Labile, cvt.
Desiib eqaaib, do.
Hubbard eqeatb, lb.
Pariaipa, kaadred
Applet
mga. ba.
Ai
.50
65
.65
.65
1.00
1.75
1.50
.15
, 11.00
.1.75 to 2 00
.8.00 to 4 00
.75
.75
.10
.05
.25
.IT
JO
Spitlanberrt
Ncrtbera Spy
Ortleyt
Jon states
Oelieieas
Ctaiiflowcr, Calif., crate
Rutabaga, hundred
Craabeiriea, retail, lb.
Craaberries, bbL
Oraagee. p.p. ..
Oraagea, fancy ,
Beets, Cslif dot.
Teraips, Calif dea.
Spinach. Calif, lb.
Peraimmnaf. retail
Orapea, CaUf S lbs
HOPS
Toe. 19S. lb.
Tee, 19JL, lb.
BOOS
Boylag Prices
KxUtt ....
8tandardt
.11
.19
.18
. .15
POUl.TT
Medrasae -Pallet
OK rooetara .04
Colored beat -It
bWdiam heat .OS t .OS
1.1 Iht beas .08 te J01
Bake
Mcht fryers 09
Tarktys, dressed, tep .18
Daeka. WblU Ptklaa. aUve -10
0eet. to, alive
.10
CUT
-ambs. tap
.4.13
Hof l, top
8.50
$.15
..08 te 04
..01 te OS
.01 te .03
.06
Hogs, fir it cats
Stress
Cowt ,
Heifars
Dretted veal, top
Drttted keg
.04 ft
UB-aOJI MJto UI
Wheat wtttern red .
.38
.41
White, lie. 1
Barley, top. to - ,, ,.
14.0W
14.00
.18. CO to 19.00
Oats, whit, toa
Oats, gray, top, toa
Hit. buying prt
Otta and vateb. toa
TJM te T.60
Alfalfa, valley, lit eat 00 te lO.oe
WOOL,
Mediam 1
Coarse , .10
Uohair ne starket
Stocks and Bonds
SECKMBZm 2S
(Copyright. 1933, Standard Statistics Ce.)
IlWt ATEUUtl
50 20 20 $0
Ind'It RR t TJt't Total
Today .4 14.8 87.1 81
Previoot ear 49.4 1 4 ST. 91
Weekaro 52 6 27.0 01.5 55.
Yearase 61.1 81.4 9T.8 68
Sycaraare 180.0 117.5 1 91.6 1 60.!
His 1933 71.1 .s lit. n
lyOW 19S1 1)1 III 9L.I .
Hlrh 1930 .102.4 141.0 581.1 205.
Lew 1930 SO Ito.s 11.
BOTgD AVZB.AOES
20 20
lad it RA'a
61.1 67.1
10 60
TJt'i Total
Today
80.0
81.0
61.1
61.6
8.8
86.S
Prviraday et 6 58.0
Week age 61.7 60.6
68.0
71.4
92
T8.1
57. S
Year age 64.0 $$.
3 years age ll i
High 198t 71 $ 78.0
Low 1931 88.1 4T.4
70 0
High 1080
Low 1930 .
04.0 100.6 101.4 1014
83.3 97.3 96 6 92.6
E
IS RELIEF TO MART
NEW TORE, Dec. 23 (AP)
Stocks war steady todsy after
Thursday'a reaction-
Trading leaned toward pre
hollday dullness, turnover
amounting to 941,142 shares
The market obviously found re
lief la abatement ot rail sell rag.
Members ot that group, with the
exception of Santa re, appeared
much lees worried by rumor or
other adverse influences, sach as
tax offerings, and exhibited a
fair decree ot stability. New
York Central seemed relieved et
whatever troubles had afflicted it
yesterday and closed at aa ad
vaneo ot of a point.
At on time In tha afternoon
the list was comfortably higher.
bnt sart ot these gains evapor
ated. Industrial stocks, on the
whole, behaved creditably. U. 3.
Steel issues made small cnanges.
American Can. General Electric.
Westinghouse, Amerlcsn Tobsc
co "B." Texas Corp.. Du Pont
and Nstlonal Biscuit recorded
minor improvement, while utili
ties were little changed.
From Oar Faresid"
I OF MIL SALES
No Turkey Shortage
Is Anticipated;
Retail !5-20c
Local markets have remained
unusually quiet all week, .with
no price changes for the holidsy
trade noted the past three days.
No turkey shortage st the last
minute is anticipated, for the
price is the lowest in years, with
from 15 to 20 cents a pound
the retail figure on the big hol-ej
KI- T ,!( v 1
luay vuu. uiise ueuuiics m i u
moving from the local market.
Turkey meat is cheaper thsn
chicken mest by several cents, an
unusual situation for Christmas.
As result of the low market the
man who raised the birds is get
ting only a nominal price, with
the top paid growers at 15 cents.
ONION BUYERS ARE
LAKE LABISH. Dec. 2:. On
ion buyers sre about again, offer
ing 50 to SO cents. Most of the
onions remain frozen, and csnnot
be topped for a week or more yet.
Much cabbage was frozen In the
fields recently, a rare occurrence
In the Willamette valley. Local
celery has been stimulated some
what by the Christmas trade.
The heavy rain of the past sev
eral days has caused water to in
undate a sizeable portion ot the
beaverdam. With a spell of good
weather the water will recede rap
idly.
High water Is not very popular
hereabouts, tor In some cases It
washes the valuable land away.
The be6t land, being In some cases
15 to 20 feet deep, is safe, but
that which is too near the river
bank and shallow is doomed to
eventual extinction, although very
gradually, to be sure.
Yule Trees
Bring Polk
About $2600
DALLAS, Dec. 23. The Christ
mas tree Industry, which this year
brought Polk county S2S30.56
from Its largest purchaser, the H.
Hofert company of Payallup,
Wash., will be doubled or trebled
next year. Welter Chamberlain of
Puyallup. superintendent of this
division, indicated" at the end of
the present season.
Eight carloads of tree were
shipped from the Dallas station.
which means over 12000 In freight
alone. Part of the trees were
gathered In Polk county around
Falls City, psrt at Sweet Home
and some irom near ,ugene in
Lane county.
The sum spent in Polk county.
besides freight, Included: 30 local
men for cutting. 31548.76; five
trucks, hauling, 1218; stnmpage.
8100; Inspectors and loaders.
3488.30; yield tax. $12.50; hotel
bill for superintendent, $100; gas
and oil. $125.
Of HONOR. DALLAS
DALLAS. Dec. 23. R. R. Tur
ner, city school superintendent
has announced the high school
honor roll for the quarter ending
December 18, showing names of
20 seniors, IS Juniors, 17 sopho
mores, la freshmen and 4 post
graduates. It follows:
8eare Orva AebL Robert Atlrood.
Alta BaelL Essie Byerioy, Eliiabeth Camp
bell. William Untcnlow. Benlah DewUsc
Wilton Hotdeo. Dorothy Holm in. Pauline
Hashes. Harriet Locking. Dorothy Me
Bee. Laar Peters. Le Aara Peter, Haiel
rnuamsT, Karl uetier. Eleanor Khitleage.
Myrtle Shively, Ijaurel 8iagleterry aad
-oreae Blolier.
Joniore Ormond Aebl. Carl Black. Jt-
sle Critchlow. Bill Dslto, William Fiaeh
r. Aaa Harm. Lydls Hiebert, Ell
Laar. Irene Lartoa. Marie Neafeldt.
Heary Sekmitt, Lois Walt aad Mary
m teaema.
Bophemoree Jamee Allgeod. Betty
Brsdibaw, Virginia Brown, Howard
Campbell. Berate Ell. Jee Cathrie, Bob-
art Hartaaa. Doretby Jeaes. Gladys May,
Ratb Plammer, Zaaeta Reiner. Niiea Bob-
late. Mildred Schneider. Mary 8tau,
Lavelle Traear, Stanley Terrell sad Tbed
w rattan.
Freahme Cenevieve Blake. Hale
ETJe. Yirgial Good low Albert Kmsaea.
Violet Lars-, Tred MeFetridge, Dorothy
Palmer, Doris Rift. Margueril Weigaat
ana Jeannette mevtfall.
Poat-gradaatee Rath Betts, Artie May
Hartmaa, Evcly LaFollette aad Laura
aim.
FOS8 SUFFERS FLU
SILVERTON, Dec. 23 Rev
C. L. Foss, pastor
church. Is confined
ot Trinity
to his bed
suffering from an attack ot in
in
1 0
fluensal Rev. Mr. ross. altaocgji
he conducted his usual service
Sundsy morning and directed the
cantata Sunday night, was suf
fering from a severe cold at that
time.
TWO LICENSES ISSUED
DALLAS. Dec. Two mar
riage licenses were Issued here
Tuesday afternoon. These were
to Alfred Thomas Alien. 34.
teacher, and Bess M. 8harrow,
28, secretary, both ot Monmouth:
and to Ralph Sim rock. 24, la
borer, and Merle Bleier, 25,
waitress, both of Grand Ronde.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OH
THE STATE OP ORKOON
FOR THE COUNTY OP MAR
ION SUMMONS
MUTUAL SAVINGS LOAN
ASSOCIATION. a corporation.
Plaintiff vs. MARGARET MONT
GOMERY SHAFER. CECIL T.
SHAFER and MARIAN SHAFER.
his wife; WILLIAM EARL SHA
FER and EUGENIA SHAFER,
his wife; FRANK E. SHAFER
snd MARY SHAFER. his wife,
and FRANK E. SHAFER. as Exe
cutor ot the last Will and Testa
ment of FRANCIS K. SHAFER.
deceased. Defendants:
TO: CECIL T. SHAFER. MAR
IAN SHAFER. WILLIAM EARIa
SHAFER and EUGENIA SHA
FER. Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THH
STATE OF OREGON: You are
hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed
ju .u i..
!' day of January. 1933.- and
12 you tall to so appear and an-
Wot on or before said date, for
want thereof the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for In Its complaint; to
wit: For a judgment against Frank
E. Shafer as Executor of the
last Will and Testament of Fran
cis E. Shafer, deceased, in tbe
sum of FIVE THOUSAND FIFTY
FIVE and 72100 DOLLARS
(15055.72). together with Inter
est thereon at the rate of tea
per cent (10) per annum from
February 23, 1SS2, until paid.
The further sum of THREE
HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS
($350.) attorneys fees; the fur
ther sum ot THIRTY DOLLARS
(330.00) for searching records
and abstracting trtle. For Its
costs snd disbursements Incurred
herein for the foreclosure of the
mortgage given to secure said
sums upon the tollowing describ
ed premises; to-wlt:
Commencing on the easterly
line ot Commercial Street la tbe
City of Salem, in Marion County,
Oregon, 77 feet and 2 inches
north of the southwest corner of
lot number five in block 34 in
said city of Salem, at the center
of the common brick wall run
ning easterly and westerly be
tween the brick building situate-
on the premises hereby conveyed
and the brick building situate
southerly of and adjoining there
to; thence running northerly oa
the westerly boundary line of
said lot 18 feet and 4 inches;
thence running easterly parallel
Ith the northerly boundary
ilne of tne satd premises deeded
by Enocn May and wife to said
Samuel Adolpa 185 feet to the
westerly line ot the alley running
through said block; thence run
ning southerly on the said west
erly line ot said alley 18 feet and
4 inches, more or les, to a point
opposite the said beginning
point; thence running westerly
165 feet to the place of be
ginning, all situate In the city
ot Salem, Marlon County, State
of Oregon, and directing that
said premlaes be sold by the
Sheriff ot Marion County, Ore
gon, in accordance with law. ana
that the proceeds derived there
from bo applied to tbe satisfac
tion ot said Judgment and tha
costs of said sale, and decreeing
thst ssld mortgage be a first
lien against said property and
that the right, title. Interest
lien or estate of you and each of
you by decreeing to be Junior
and subordinate to plaintiff's
mortgage, and you and each ot
you bo barred ot all right, claim.
Interest, Hen or estate in or to
said property or any part thereof,
except the declaratory right tor
redemption, and for such other,
further and different relief as
to the court may seem Just and
equitable.
Yon are farther notified that
this summons is served upon
you by publication thereof in
The Oregon Statesman, a news
paper of general circulation
printed and published in Salem,
Marlon County, Oregon, pursuant
to an order of the Hon. L. Q.
LewelHng. Judge of the above
entitled court, made and entered
on the 15th day of December,
1932.
You are further notified that
the date ot the first publication
of this snmmons is December
17th. 19 3 2 snd the data of tha
last puh.i ion thereof will bo
January :ih. 1933.
KEYES PAGE. ATTORNEYS
FOR PLAINTIFF. Post Otflco
Address: 308 U. S. NATL BANK
BLDG- SALEM, OREGON. D.
17-24-31-J.7-14.
By CLIFF STERRETT
root ot the nail hi said to bo an-
fjjjured.
Oreroa Bids. TeL 8808