The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 05, 1933, Page 9, Image 9

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Business
Cards to this directory run on
a inontMy toiurie only. Rate:
JXeO par line pr month.
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
R. IX. Barton Batteries 8tartr arid
snerato work. 845 Chemeketa at.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Miller Beauty Shop, dial 7853. -Senator
Beaoty- Shop, dial 8818.
BICYCLES
BICYCLES, veloclpedea new and
wed. Harry W. Seott. 147 8. Cora'L
CATERING
1 Burt Crary, the caterer. Ph. 75J.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northness.
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. a L. SCOTT, PSC, Chiropractor,
353 N. Hlyh. Teh Res. 8573.
COLLECTIONS
Personal Service Bureau, 320 Ore,
Bl.lir. Ask rates and save. Tel. IMS.
Correspondence Instruction
International Correspondence
schools. Business and technical cours
ea Box 111, Balem. C McOlUlvrar,
To'. 4 IIS.
COUNTRY MEATS
I'resh and smoked country sausage,
cured meat, delivered.' Tel. 33F14.
DRESSMAKING
MRS. 6NELGROVE, 2nd floor MU
ler Bids., TeL 74. Remodeling spe-
rla'.tv.
FLORISTS
CUT flowers, wedding- bouquets fun
eral wreathe, decorationa C. F. Brelt
haupt, florist, 5J7 Court street Tel.
5901.
ALL kinds of floral work. I Aits Flor
!. lth Market. Tel. 9592.
FLOOR CONTRACTING
Olaen Floor Co. TeL 9111.
INSURANCE
BECKE at HEXDRICKS
1 N. High Tel. 4847
LAUNDRIES
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
the WEiri;a laundry
MS S. High Tel. 9125
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
"We Waeh Eveij thing in Lux"
Te'e-phone 315 12fi4 Broadway
MATTRESSES
Mattresses from factory to home.
Boring mattress CO. Renovators and
fimtgtors. Capital Bedding; Co. TeL
40S9. 203 North Capitol.
New mattress made to order, old
nattress remade : carpet cleaning;. Us
ing;; fluff rug' weaving. Salem Fluff
Pas; Mattress Factory, & 13th
W-.Hwr. Teh 8441. Otto F. Zwicker.
Kt. 1911.
MUSIC STORES
GEO. C. WILL Pianos, phono
srapha, sewing machines, sheet music
and plana studies. Repairing phono
graph and sewing machines. 432
Hreie Street. SaJp-n.
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
Learn steel guitar In 12 wka, W. O.
Bnrhrw. 459 Cmirt with Stifra
MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 11 a. m.
PAINTING & DECORATING
Parntlng and decorating. Tel. 8704
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
work. Graber Bros., 1st so. Liberty.
Tel. 594.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
UtU E. Neet, Income Tax and
Public Accounting. 209 Masonic BldsT.
TeL 5144.
N. D. Clement, ir.com tax reports,
auditing, Installations, financial state
mentsphone 8525 or 63(7 for ap
POinmenta PRINTING
rOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, program a books or any kind of
printing, call The States man Pristine
Department, ait . Commercial. Tale-
REAL ESTATE
B2CKE3 tt HENDRICK3, TeL 4947.
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
Ill ft Liberty fit TeL 8488.
BOCOLOFPKT SON
284-8 First Natl. Bk. Bids;. Tel T887,
STOVES
BTOVE3 and store repairing. Stores
far sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
tola hop baskets, hooka, togaa hooks.
Salem Fence and Store Works, 242
Ctemcketa. TeL 4774. R B. Fleming.
TRANSFER
CAPITAL CITY ' Traasfec Ce. 228
State St TeL T7T2. Dlstrfboting. for
warding and storage cur specialty.
Oet our rates,
TOB. local or distent transfer storage,
all 212L Larmer Transfer Co. Tracks
to Portland daily. " -
WELL DRILLING
R A. Wast, 39 year experience,
JtFD 8. Box 11 SL TeL 110F8,
Statesman
Classified Ads
Call 9101
CtattMwI AdfcHiatsg
8lngU Insertion per llne.JOe
Three Insertions per
line soe
SU Insertions per line. .10c
One month per line.. 91.01
Minimum chares ......lie
Copy tor this ptge ac
cepted until C:30 the even
ing before publication for
classification. Copy re
ceived after this time will
be run under the heading
Too Late to Classify.
. The Statesman asstfmes
no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear in advertisements pub
lished, in its columns, and
in cases where thin paper is
st faolt will reprint that
part ot an advertisement in
which the typographical
mistake ocenra.
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objee
tional advertising, it fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
SITUATIONS WANTED
" "s-efer-sjJ un , rmnnn n n -
Work hour or month. Tel. 7723.
Wanted practical nursing Tl en7
or 9559.
FOR SALEr-Miscellaneous
FOR All P n .
- - - .... pvfi, ,rc WUI
lie Statesman office.
RADIO ITTtR SiT P 1 - An t
ten-tube Victor. Repossessed. Balance
lenoj, aown and S6
monthlv. Sh Ur Iiht win--
Store.
8 tube elec! radio! Cost tailso. Yourii
for $16.09. 218 Center.
TRADE Miscellaneous
i-i.riri.i ii
Want chlikrii hirW,r. rm
for stairway, lumber, doors, wi'ndowa
255 Market
MISCELLANEOUS
x , nintu,C9B UUfKI,
wns, flucep, x-none iby.
Hawaiian. Rnun mitfir tv- Mn
dolln. Organizing fifth beginners' or
chestra. No knowledge of instruments
required. Musical foundation. Regis
tration closes Jan. 31. Call Y. W. C. A.
8878.
Best hair cut Adults 20c, chUdren's
15e. 303 S. Winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
2 rm. noatlr furn n t .i...
iV ' a .icc-
uia nn. a wenier,
Plwant rooma. close in. Tel. 4515.
ROOM AND BOARD
Larere heated rnvm with k.- -.i t.i
4375.
Board and hfxttorf
757 Center. Tel. 6873.
r s rm-WmfrJffj
Paafvi Ka
..VH. .av wai u, B-te4SC7l IliUUcrU
home, t blks. from Caplto!. 1144 Cen-
id .
Por Adll wiunahl. .1 4m
Home prlvlleg"8. Tel. 2582.
FOR RENT APARTM ENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Pat ton's book store.
so sssasjaaejsatrfssasea
Lovely 2 room apt. 15S0 Center.
Fur. 2 R. nt. i"1 tt9i r-i
7444.
Pleasant S room apt, 180 N. 21st
St Phone 4208.
Nice furnished apt, heat, bath. 890
union.
Warm apartments, 1040 Leslie.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furo, and unfum. house a R A.
forknar. 1810 N. Cottage. TeL 3031.
FOR RENT t room house, partly
furnished. With garage. TeL 8977.
Fura. cot, 410. Moses, 3314 State.
Hera It is just finished, 149S N.
18th 8t Your husband can afford to
buy this beautiful 6 room up to the
minute house. Small down payment
Balance like rent See owner. 1438
N. 18th. TeL 4277.
Houses, $10, 20. atoses. 231 H State.
8 R. mod. house. TeL 6123. '
Modern house, call 1698 State St
6 room furnished house for rent
With garage, 396 a 19th, .
- -i-ir,-,-.-rwvirwujjwYri.M.o..j-i-. u-u-Lnj-Lj
New 4 nn. house, fireplace, furnace,
garage, dinette and built-lns. Inquire
837 N. 20th St TeL 625L
Pssaeawe,earfs
2-room bouse. Partly furnished. Dial
7557.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Improved farm, with buildinga, good
for dairy or, hops, creek, on main road
near Salem. Only $65 per acre. Owner,
448 Hood St
Have some good Minnesota farms to
exchange for Oregon. What hare youT
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Room 19, Ladd 4k Bush Bank Bldg.
- -i-i-i-,-i-,-i',-in.iiiLn.rxnjxn
Waat stoclnd and Mnimuu earn.
Will turn la dose in. smaller place In
part payment
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Room 19. Ladd 4c Bush Bank Bldg.
East Salem 2 blocks from State
street. 4 room cottage, corner lot
60x188 ft Price reduced from $1600
to $858, "paving extra.
f room residence In N. Salem, good
plumbing, electric lights, garage. Fur
niture to go. Priced at oniyTl60.
Capitol street home, old house need
ing some repairs, large lot 85x160 ft,
all assessments paid. Price only $1176.
Attractively furnished S room cot
tage on a choice lot la S. Salem. Price
tnetadlmr furnltare is only $1968.
Liberal terms on above properties.
CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtors
$44 State St. Phono 678$.
138 A. stock farm, about 30 A. good
Umber, well feaeod, oprlaga, small
hacks, 12808. All clear and win trad
o 6 or T rna, modern home la Salem,
WINN TBI PETTYJOHN
17$ 8. High Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Good atore bhlg., stock and fixtures,
fine location, good lot, clear of debt
to trad toe well improved acreage,
clear, aoar Salem.
MELVTN yOHXSOK -J7I
SUU Street Phone $79$.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
ewewww
Clos la lot sitae rin
court 891 N. Com'L
BEST TRADES
2500. equity In mod. . bungalow.
equity, 347 A Imp. farm.
$800. equity, 46 A. Imp. farm,
$3000. equity, 168 A. imp. farm.
$3000i. equity. 105 A. imp. farm.
Other Qood Trades
r What Have You
- BECHTEL or THOMASON
- 241 State Street
- -- -- -- -- 'rrivriwvwftftAiw
For exchange. 6 ' room rjlaaterad
house for home in Eugene or farm
equal value. Address J.- B. Newhouse,
Philomath, Ore.
FOR SALE FARMS
wlvaVWWMsai
LOOK THESE OVER
9 2 -acre a $2000., give terma 8 R.
house, 2 barns, one 30x30, other 60x60,
good log poultry house, hog house and
etc. 25 A. cult., baL timber and pas
ture, running water for pasture. This
la a good buy.
25-ACRE3 $2650
18-A. bottom land, 3V A. alfalfa,
family orchard, running water. 6 R.
house, good barn and poultry house.
Give term a
14-ACRES $2940.00
Good 8 R. huose with bath and toilet,
electric lights and water system. Good
log barn. P. IL, all In cult Giro good
terms or trade for smaller place.
JAR D. SEARS. Realtor
132 South High Street
ACREAGE
10 acres, 4 miles from Salem: S
acres of four year old cherries, ever
green blackberries, walnuts and all
kinds of fruit a giveaway at $2500.
H. a SHIELDS
Real Estate
Oregon Bldg. Tel. 6902
WANTED REAL ESTATE
------- - -i n-M-iri-irirmnnruu"
Small improved acreage, Moses,
221 H State.
Business Opportunities
YrrssnrnfrviijnrjnjTj
FOR RENT Service station and
garage on busy highway. Tel. 2592.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE: Breeding rabbits;
priced cheap for quick sale. C. E. TueL
north end Brooks avenue.
Choice Jersey cow, Just fresli. TeL
86F4.
Fine larre Plymouth Rock cock
erels. 3. F. Duncan, R. 1, Jefferson,
(near Sidney.)
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSONAL LOANS
MADE on furnltare, cars, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When In financial need so
us before closing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bldg. Phono 8681
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
la really, really different
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
IN CASH
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
STRICT PRIVACY
QUICK AND COURTEOUS 8ERVICE
ON LOANS $10 to $300
Beneficial Loan
Society
OF SALEM
Room 119 New Bltgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
518 State St TeL 3-7-4-0
Borrow on personal property ; repay
in monthly Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO., State He S-I69, 605
Guardian Bldg. TeL 3877.
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce yom payments
You keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Phone 4782 Salem, Or
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 confidentlaL
STATE LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Bldg., Second Floor
Office hours 10 :00 A. 11, to I -.20 P. M.
Telephone 7783 State License S-16S
FOR SALE WOOD
Old fir $4 cd. TeL 8932.
Good dry wood. TeL 3635.
A-l old fir, 16 in. $4.50. TeL 7809.
Call Saggie tor dry fir. oak, a
and maple. Reasonable prices. Phoi
in
3739.
16" old fir. $4.26. TeL 6463.
GUARANTEED DRT wood ooal
TeL 6000 Salem Fuel Co. Trad
Cottage
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel OIL Call on us tor price. W
give good measure, gpod quality asd
food service
JkRMER TRANSFER 8TORAOB
Telephone 8131
Ash, fir and oak. TeL 8646.
, nii .urxr"irinixf-f
Dry wood at Tracy' a Phone 8981
Qood wood, deprea prtcoe. Tel. 9769.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Ladies' purse. Owner
prove property and pay for ad. Call
466, N. 18th after 6:30 p. m.
LOST On Com'L St.. envelop con
taining 8 pair et Ladle silk mesh bos.
Tel. 6509.
VISIT IX PORTLAND
CENTRAL HOWELL, Jan. 4
Among the year-end visitors from
here in Portland were Gladys
Lelchty and Robert Tweed. Gladys
returned to Salem where she has
just taken a Job.
POLLY AND HER
U PROMISED NGEL )W WELU.VDU CI I t WHAT1S TUB DcrS - - 1 , J t J I fT
l - l . :
Interesting: Pacts
John Smith was captured 32S
years ago today January 6, 160$.
The largest diamond over found
waa the CulUnan In 1905 In South
Africa. 3.024 carat or about
X 8-4 pounds.
O
Angora Wool era not sheep but
rabbit a Sheared four times a year
produce 10 to 12 ounces of wool
which sella for $3 to $7 per pound.
The raising of these rabbits is be
coming very popular all over the
northwest There la a company
featuring the Woolers her in Sa
lem. The Hillcrest Angora Co.. on
half mile south of Salem on the Pa
cifio highway.
O
Someone told us that the Red
wood tree located at North Whiter
and Union streets was protected by
the forest reserve. Wo cannot ver
ify this and w are Inclined to be
lieve that It la protected only by lo
cal interests.
FOR SALE USED CARS
aS"osaaaaeaje r--M-w- j--
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
Even in cold weather these priosa
are hot:
1921 Ford Std. Cpa, overhauled $218.
1931 Deluxe Road, low mileage . 326.
1930 Ford Tudor Sedan, recon
ditioned 295.
1929 Ford Cp., new rings, paint 176.
192$ Ford Phaetoa With Ha . 95.
1927 T Ford Tudor, lie. 75.
1924 T Ford Touring; lit 16.
1926 T Ford Cpe., as Is 25.
1928 Bulck 8td. Coupe . 266.
1926 Bulck 8td. Coup . 160.
1980 AA Ford truck, duals 826.
1928 AA Ford truck, four speeds
transmission , 196.
1928 Chev. Truck, four speeds
transmission , 180.
1928 Chev. Panel delivery 160.
Se Larry or Charles
At Marion ft Liberty Streets
TeL 7910
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Chevrolet truck. 4 speed. 156 Front
MCKAY'S USED CARS
WITH AN O. El THAT COUNTS
1926 Ford Touring, new Urea $ 65.00
1927 Star Sport Roadster 75.00
1927 Pootlae Coach 95.00
1929 Ford Roadster special at 116.00
1926 Nash Sedan 125.00
1928 Velle Sedan 145.00
1928 Chrysler "53" Sedan 165.00
1929 Essex Challenger Coup 175.00
1927 Bulck Sedan 185.00
1928 Stude Sedan
185.00
1929 Ford Tudor Sedan
1930 Ford Sport Roadster
210.00
245.00
145.00
1928 AA Truck
CHEVROLETS
1928 Coupe
145.00
276.00
1930 Sport Roadster
1929 Landau Sedan
1926 DeLuxe Sedan
TERMS
295.00
265.00
TRADES
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone S1S9 430 N. Com'L
GUTHRIES PARENTS
MONMOUTH, Jan. 4 A daugh
ter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Guthrie December 29 at the home
of the baby's grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Tetherow. It is
their first child and has been
named Betty Lou.
Case Xo. 22005
SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of
Marion.
EDREENA HUMBRACHT
Plaintiff,
TS.
WILLIAM H. HUMBRACHT,
Defendant,
To the above named defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in the
above entitled Court and cause on
or before the last day of the time
subscribed by said above entitled
Court for the publication of this
summons, To-wit the nineteenth
day of January, 1933, and if you J
fail so to answer, for want there- j
of plaintiff will apply to said
above entitled Court for the relief
prayed in her complaint herein,
namely; to dissolve, set aside and
hold for naught the bonds of mat
rimony heretofor existing between
plaintiff and defendant; to award
to plaintiff herein the car and
custody of the minor child of
plaintiff and defendant; to re
quire the defendant to pay 130.00 !
suit money, $26.00 per month for
the support of plaintiff and said
minor child herein, and the sum
of S0. 00 attorney's fees, and for
such other further and definite
relief as to said Court may seem
just and equitable.
This Summons to be served on
yon by publication thereof in the
Oregon Statesman, a dally news
paper of general circulation,
printed and published in the city
of Salem, county of Marion, state
of Oregon, for four successive
weeks, commencing with the issue
of said newspaper of the twenty
second day of December, 19 32,
and ending with the issue thereof
of the nineteenth day of January,
1933, pursuant to an order of the
Honorable L. H. McMahan, Judge
of the above entitled Court, dated
the twentieth day of December,
1933.
W. W. McKLNNET,
Attorney for plaintiff
208 TJ. S. National Bank Bldg.
Salem, Oregon. D-S1-39-J-E-1S-1I.
PALS
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RALLY VIGOROUSLY
NEW YORK, Jan. 4. (AP)
Financial markets turned about
today and rallied vigorously. For
stocks the Improvement was slow
hut steady until the last hour
when shorts 1 covered ' more ag
gressively, piling np net gains of
1 to 5 points In many trading fa
vorites. For bonds, readership was
supplied by federal issues, most
of which made new highs. Wheat,
rising more than a cent, profited
by a livelier speculative interest
induced In part by weather news
and strong Liverpool quotations.
Cotton gained 90 cents to $1.25 a
bale net.
The upturn by shares was
broad, though it was most Impres
sive in stocks that were harboring
the largest short Interests. Case
closed up more than 4 points and
Harvester about 2. American Tele
phone, Allied Chemical and Au
burn Tose 4 to nearly . TJ. S.
Steel Issues improved the better
part of 3 points, while duPont,
American Can, Consolidated Gas,
National Biscuit, Santa Fe, Union
Pacific, Lackawanna, American
Tobacco B'and Bethlehem rallied
2 to SH. Transactions totaled
1,093,288 shares.
Ti
WASHINGTON. Jan. 4 f A Pi
President Hoover sternly as
sailed congressional leaders here
for opposing his method of re
grouping government bureaus,
but the democrats went resolute
ly forward with their nlana for
killing the chief executive's pro
posals.
The president called his first
press conference since September
to tell newspapermen that if any
reorganisation or the government
departments is to be more than
"make believe," congress either
must "keep Its hands off now" or
it must give President-elect Roos
evelt virtually a free rein.
The reaction in congress was
immediate. Chairman Cochran of
the house expenditures committer
announced he would call hi
group together Thursday and
would then seek to have reported
out a resolution he has drawn to
block the entire Hoover program
for realigning and regrouping SS
separate bureaus into nine divi
sions under existf Jg departments.
r unner, Cochran said it would
be "unjust and most unfair" to
the president-elect to reshuffle so
large a nortion of tha picntlve
establishment just two weeks be-
rore he took office. He reasserted
the intention of the democratic
leaden to vest much wider reor
ganizing power in Franklin D.
Roosevelt.
Pupils at Rickey
On Job Again But
Vacation is Flop
RICKEY, Jan. 4 School open
ed Monday with only a moderate
attendance. Vacation was more of
a convalescence period than a re
creation period due to a preva
lence of flu.
While there were several se
vere eases affecting both the
lungs and intestines all are re
ported as Improving. Mrs. W. H.
Humphreys had a relapse and is
confined to her bed but is doing
nicely. .
THtrmSDAT, JAJTITABY s
XOXBT rertUaS Ka.
S :00 KOIK Kleek.
:S0 O.8.C. fm extension telk.
8:30 Oeldea Melodies.
:00 Bnddjr Harrod's oreheitrt, CBS.
:S0 Concert Miniatures, CBS.
10 .-00 George Hall's orchsitra, CBS.
11:00 Terse Bearer, CBS.
11:15 Aaerieka Mnium, CBS.
11:30 Americas School ef the Air, CBS.
12 :00 Columbia program.
H:80 Frank Weatphal's ereheatrs, CBS.
1:45 Barbers OeeUL
8:00 Fesiinine Faaeies. DLBS.
8:00 Mniie That Satisfies.
8:15 Smith Ballew's errhestra, CBS.
t:80 Edwis 0. Hill, CBS.
8:15 Columbia Snaphoar, CBS.
Sj0 Iiham Jones orchestra, CBS.
0:15 MeElror's Greater Oreroniaaa
10:00 MeElroy's Greater Orefonians.
10:15 Spert Flashes.
10:45 Jack and Jill's Tavera orchestra.
11:09 Stanley Smith's orchestra, DLBS.
11:20 Dancing with the Stars, DLBS.
KOAO OerrmUis 660 Ka.
T:00 Morning Meditations, led by Dr.
John 8. Burns.
ff:80 Rural Electrificatiea radie eeerae
for vocational nfricmltare elese
ee in Oregea high seheels.
10:00 Home Keeaemieo Observer.
IS: 10 Dr. W. g, Brm "Waat Die
the Ireess De to. Oar frail
'Food for
HOOVER ISIS
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Radio
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SPECULATIVE BUYI
C0-6PS ADVICE EGGS
Wheat Closes Strong
At-J4-1 up;
Others Climb
e a' ' I
CHICAGO, Jan. 4 (AP) De
cided increase of speculative buy
ing did much, to give an all
around hoist to grain values to
day. ; Lively demand for fnture deliv
eries of all cereals was in evi
dence from start to finish, and led
to the best advance witnessed in
weeks. Friends of price upturns
asserted Europe was giving be
lated recognition to the fact that
without the United States surplus
the world wheat supply and de
mand situation was a strong rath
er than a weak one, and that but
little wheat in this country was
available either to foreign or
home markets at prevailing
prices.
Wheat closed strong at virtual
ly the day's top. 1-1H above
yesterday's finish corn - up,
oats advanced.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: May, 48-4S; July. 4--46;
Sept, 48.
Corn May, 26; July, 28 H
Sept., 29.
Oats May. 11 M.
General Markets
rxosura bxchajtob
PORTLAND. Ore., Jaa. 4. (AP)
Extras 22c, standards fie, prime firsts
ur egg rresa extras S5e.
mediums 23-See.
Portland Grain
PORTT.l VTl fW. I., a I k-m
Wheat Opea Hlfh Lew Close
Mar as a.u At a am.
Jely 4SK .44 .48 m .44
.51; dark hard winter, 12 per cant .4.
tor .40; western white, northern spring
winen roe
OsU Xe. S white SIT.
Core He. 2 yellow SIT.
Mlllras Standard 18.
Portland Produce
POBTLAXD. Ore.. Jan. 4. (AP)
ButUr Prints, 02 eeere er better 24e,
standards SSe.
Egg Paeifie Poultry Producers' ae Il
ia r prieos: Fresh extras 25e, standards
24c, mediams 24s.
Ceantry meata selling price to retail
ers: coaatTy-killrd hoga, best batchers,
under 150 lbs.. 6-5 e; vealere 80-100
lbs., T-8c lb.; lambs S-Se; yearlings 6e
lb.; heavy ewee S-4e lb.; canner cowa S-Se
lb. bolls 4-4 lb.
Nnts Oregon walnnta, 151 So lb.;
peanuts lOe -lb.; Brasils, 12-14e lb.;
almonds, lS-16e lb.; filberts, 20 22e Ik.;
pecans. 20c lb.
Cascare bark baying price, 1933 peel.
3c lb.
Hope Nominal, 1912. 28 27 He pooad.
Battertat direct to ahippera: station,
19c; Portland delivery prices, churn
ing cream 20 11c. sweet cream higher.
Live ponltry -baying price: heavy
hens. coWea 4 lb. lie; do me
diums, 11c; lights, 9c; springe, light,
lie; heavy lie; old roosters, 6s; Seeks,
pekin Se lb.; geeaa. So lb.
Onions selling price to retailer: Ore
gon. 61.00-1.10 cental; Yakima. JO 81.00
cental.
Potatoes local, 65-75e orange box ;
Desehetea gema, 61-15; Yakima gems,
85e 81.10 eeatsl.
Wool 1933 clip, nominal; Willamette
valley. 12-1 oe lb.; eaitera Oregon. 10
12 e peand.
Ha buying price from producer : al
falfa, 211.50 12; clover. 89 0.50; eastern
Oregon timothy, 816.50; oats and vetch,
$10-50-11.
Portland Livestock
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 4. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 150, cairns 10; ateedy.
8teert, 550 to 900 pounds, good 85
5.50, medium 84.35-5, cemmea 82.78
4.25; 900 to 1100 poenda. good 84.75
5.25, mediem 84-4.75, common 82.50-4;
1100 to 1300 pound, good S4.SO-4.75,
medium $5.50 4 50. Heifers, 550 to 750
pounds, good $4.25-4.75, common and
medium $2.50-4.25; 750 to 900 pounds,
good and choice $4-4.50, eommoa and
medium $2-4. Cows, good $8.50-8.75,
common and medium 82.SO-S.50, low cat
tor end cutter 1-2.50. Balls, yearlings
excluded, good (beef) 82.25-8. cutter sad
medium $1.50-2.25. Veelers, good sad
cholee 85 5.50, medium SS.7S-5. call sad
common 82 8.75. Catvee. 250 la 800
poaads, good and choice $1.75-5, eommoa
and modinas $2-8.28.
Hogs Receipts 800; steady.
Light lighsj. 140 to ISO peaada good
ana choice 8S-S.85. Light weights. ISO
to 180 Boaaaa. I3.75-S.8S; ISO to S00
porada, ls.TS-S.85. Mad ram weights. 800
to tie yoanda, 8S.SS-S.S8; S20 to ISO
poaads, S3-&4S. Heavyweights, 250 to
290 pounds, 82.S5-S.SS; S90 to 850
pounds, 82.S5-S.SS. Packing sews, ITS
to 850 peaaas, good, $2.75-1; ISO to 42S
poaade, good. S3-SO-S; 42S to SH peaads,
good, $3.80-8; 375 to S50 pounds, me
dium, 82.50-S.TS. Feeders and stockers,
70 to ISO pounds, $2.50-8.
Sheep sad Umba Beeeipts 150 ; steady.
I em be. SO peaads dews, good aid
choice, $4.75-5 ; eosamoa sad ssedtasa.
$2.50-4.75. Yearling wethers, 00 to 110
pounds, good end ehoioe $2.50-8; mediam,
$1.25-3.50. Xwes, SO to 130 pounds.
Jiiss-i
ina,
1.3S-1.75; aU weights, common sad me-
f5e-$1.2.
Trees!"
1 :4f Around the Oaapuses.
S :30 Better Hearth end Longer Life.
8:00 Mildred C-smberieia ''Oet ef s
Can ef Paint."
4:00 Farm market reports.
8:30 Tarss hear.
8:10 la the Day's Hewn.
0:45 Market and crop reports, sad
weather forecast.
T: 15 Prof. A. O. Lean "Timely Peml-
r Tonien."
7:10 Banting sad Pishing Cesditions '
la Oregon by the state game 1
commission.
7:45 Review of Hew Booka
8:00 Uaiveraity ef Oregea maeicale:
Jsae Kaasler, plaalst; atajgame
Pearsssy baritone.
Thought -
Salem filar bets
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, 91.30 per
hundred.
Surplus f 1.10.
(Milk bated ea semi monthly
ntterfat average.)
Butterfat Sweet, 23c,
soar, 20c.
. January 4
rEDTT ABTD VbaaTTASLXS
Prices said to growers by Salem havers
tThe prices below, sspplied sy e local
grocer, are indicative ef the daily market
but are net guaranteed by The Statesman)
Carrots, tlif.. crate 2.33
Oreea peppers, Calit. Ik. ' .10
Cabbage, lb. -- .og
Onions, dos. ,jj
Potatoes, local .75 to 1.00
Ssreet potatoes, crate 1.10
Celery, hearts, dos. 1.00
Tjettaee, Calif. l.oo
lomatoes. hothouse. erate3.75
Onions. Walla Walla
.85
unions. Lsblshvewt.
Danish aqaashIoa.
Hibbard sqsask, lb.
Parsnips, hundred
A ppt ea
stings, bo.
Spitseaberge
aTsrthern Spy
- .SO
. .15
. .01
-1.50
At
At
.85
.65
.SS
urtieys
Jo.ath..-
Delicioas
Cauliflower, Calif, crate
Rutabagas, hundred
Nabcrriea, retsiL ft.
Cranberries, bbi.
Oranges, p.p.
Oranges, fancy
Beeta, Calif, doa.
Turaipe, Calif, doa
Spinach. Calif, crate
.l.OO
1.7S
1.BO
.15
-11.00
1.7S to 3.00
-8.00 to 4.00
.75
.75
1.85
.05
.25
.27
.20
fwunioBi, retail
Grapes, Calif, 8 lbs
Persimmons, retail
EOPI
Top. 1983. Ik.
Top, 1931. Ib.
BOOS
Baying Prlees
Extras
Standards
stadiums -Pallets
.11
. .18
.18
as
it
. .li
.08 to JO
.08 to U7
Jl
-Ot
.IS
.10
POULTBT
Old roAStm-a
ColoreeS boss -
Mediam bees
Ua-hs -ana
Bakes
Ugh fry era
Turkey a, dressed, top
Decks. Wkfte Pekias. olive
weeee, jeprrove
.10
CEAT
Lambs, top
Hogs, top .
Hogs, first cuts
Steers -
Cows
Heifers
.4.13
S.60
3.85
to .04
to Jbt
to J03
.08
.05
-08
01
-03
Dressed
veal
top
Dressed he-
onAtv awn Hair
Wheat, western red .39
White. No. 1 .40
Barley, top. ton a nn
Oats, white, ton 14.00
OsU. gray, top. ton 13.00 to 19.00
Hay. buying prions
Oats and vetch, toa 7.00 to 7.50
Alfalfa, valley. 1st cut 9.00 to 10.00
WOOl,
-tedium
Ooerao
Mohair .
-IS
.10
-no market
GIRL TO WORDEXS
HAZEL GREEN. Jan. 4. Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Worden are re-
jROMANCE ENDED
1-D"
Fltemess
o
at V'saA ,;."'''". '.'.
." . is' V s. -
ir-V V. . X"r
Witk filing of a divorce salt La Lamciom kW Laefy Tkalaaa F-rmeea, tfcei
trT9Tm ft Ammrif ami L4 Mara-ecl-ka Fsamaee
wUca ath-acted wde atteafaoa ea tw aMratsts wkeet they were ea
cretly na-rrtodia 1925, is headed fee ske discard ef ether blighted re
aaaacea. Lade F L- f . .. , .. n i n .
na11' Rnie Va.dar.at.
caa and ropeea capiUIs as the r
it tt
trams t ira. i sv-.
aT y rumesa was lormerlv tk er!f mff J-.- V.:l "
wealthy New Yarker, hot she eiivorced kisa fas 192S at Lee A-r-lss. She
eweKred for a tisee im saovimg ektwres, bat Uft HeSrwoed aavd a. tared
S"rk. rTT.tr U irhter of Harry Have Mergaa, ratkrad U. S.
i n-ini' smuai. waaia lair . - r-i r- i -. v
, Loadoa s aocMty fcetae. A great pcjreeesal aViemat af the
Viawe af Wales, she Is trMatly eaea at partiee whara the heir ta -he
Bntsah ttreeMi Is a gaeat, The Faravsasea have am ciuld, tk Hsaorabla
theay Faraeaa, hora i. 1929. I. the erremt af t-eAarTsa5
srhaa-M W -vat ties
GREASESi
ONE GENT
Answer to Shading by;
Private Dealers;
Butter Steady
PORTLAND. Jan. 4 (AP)
Advance or one cent Instead of a
decline in the price of eggs by the
local Co-ops was the answer of
Manager Dixon of the Oregon or
ganization to those private firms
and outsiders who have so per
sistently sold down the local mar
ket price.
It was a complete answer to the
unseasonable shading; of establish
ed prices here, the latter being
sufficiently low to create nor
mal movement. The tactics of the
outsiders as well as the private
firms who shaded values recently;
and created an artificially week
undertone, was being condemned
by producers generally.
The threat of some private
firms of an advance of 2c in the
selling price was not believed gen
erally as the same interests were
continually underselling the local
organisation ot producers.
Quite a fair volume of butter
has been moved ont ofthe Port
land territory to California points
during the last few days; taking
care of whatever surplus has been
accumulating here. Make is still
betir than seasonable.
Almost general steadiness is re
flwdd in the market for butter
fat with 21c lb. being most gen
erally Quoted here for chnrningr
cream and 2c additional for sweet
cream.
Pinions FOB YEAR
SCOTT3 MILLS. Jan. 4 A tele
phone meeting was held at Earl's
garage Saturday afternoon, by pa
trons of the cedar pole lines. Ivan
Smith was reelected president,
Joe McCracken reelected secre
tary, A. L. Brougher reelected
treasurer and George Haynes re
elected lineman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kransa
and daughter Jean, of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness Johnson
of Tangent; and Miss Beatrice
Amundson. a teacher in St. PaaL
spent the holiday week with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Am
undson. LaNoel Myers, Herman and
Ralph Geiger were weekend vis
itors at Longview, Wash.
ceiring congratulations on the ar
rival of a daughter, weighing nine
' pounds. This Is the third child and
first girl.
DESPITE WEALTH)
ZnRn.
Wham the fwto-Twere dWtatls.
- reat Ajsaericaa hasatiea ef the
v.. r. . i
By CLIFF STERRETT
SITU HEAD PINE