The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 14, 1933, Page 9, Image 9

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Business
Cards ta this directory run oa
monthly basis only. ' Rate,:
LN per Una par month. -
AUTO BRAKES
Klka Pa nek. the braka and ahtmmy
doctor, ITS Bouth Commercial Street
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
R. tX Barton Batteries Starter and
generator work. 845 Chetneketa at.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Milter Beauty Shop, dial 7KS.
Senator Beauty Shop, dial Hit.
BICYCLES
BICYCLES, velocipedes new and
wed. Harry W. Scott, 147 B. Com'L
CATERING
Burt Crary, th caterer, Fh. t7St.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northnesa.
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. a I SCOTT. PSa Chiropractor.
256 K. High. Tel. Rea tilt.
CLEANERS
Watanabe cleaners, forsmerly Jap
anese cleaners. Suite 1 6c. Tel. 6599.
Correspondence Instruction
International Correspondence
schools. Business, technical courses.
Has 188, C. McOilllvray, Tel. 4181.
COUNTRY MEATS
Freah and smoked country sausage,
(tired meat, delivered. TeL 88F14.
DRESSMAKING
MRS 8NKLOHOVE. 2nd fl. Miller
Bids;., Tel. 7466. Remodeling specialty.
FLORISTS
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Breit
Sumpt. Oerlat. C77 Court. TeL 8204.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
, 16th Market Tel. 9591.
FLOOR CONTRACTING
fH-en Floor Co. TeL 9111.
GIFT SHOPS
.-'Fred Blatchford, mfff. of 'Distlnc
tiro Gtftware," lit R Hlfrh St
GLASS
Automobile Glass Mirrors
Windows Refflazed
WALTER J. DOWNS
, ne 5100 480 Breys Ave., Salem
INSURANCE
BECKE HENDRICKS
N. H
iKh Tel. 4947
LAUNDRIES
THIS NEW 8 ALE it LAUNDRY
THE W EIDER LAUNDRY
ytt a nigh TeL m
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
-We Wash Everything In Lux"
aTelephone 3165 1844 Broadway
MATTRESSES
; Mattresses from ' factory to noma.
Bering mattress $8.00. Renovators and
fumlgaton. Capital Bedding Co. TeL
9. 2030 North CapitoL
-' New mattress ma do to order, old
temade '. carpet cleaning, sizing ; fluff
arag weaving. Salem Fluff Rag k llat
tnsa Factory, a IStn ft Wilbur. TeL
411. Otto F. Zwlcker. Est 1911.
MUSIC STORES
GEO. a WILL Pianos, phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studlea Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machine 4X1
Stat Street Salem.
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
Learn steel guitar In 12 wks. W. O.
,orhow. 4S8 Court with Stiff
MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 11 a. m.
to 4 p. m. 1H N. Commercial.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
work. Graber Bros.. 146 So. Liberty.
TeL C594.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
la Timttt. Tneoms Tax. PuMlo Ac
ting, 209 Masonic Bldg. TeL 1144.
w n riMnt. n-an tar renorta
aodiung. Installations, financial state
mentsphone sdis or wr mr
iintmenta
PRINTING
FOX STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department 111 & Commercial Tele
phone 9101.
REAL ESTATE
ft BBCKK HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W Tt RQABENHORST ft CO.
aa r.iKrv St. , TeL till
BOCOL098KY ft SON
04-1 rirst NsfL Bk. Bldg. Tet 7807.
-STOVES
I I tVrOTES and stove repairing. Stoves
I 1 v- or ! rebuilt - and repaired, AH
1 " kinds of wove wire fence, fancy and
.. j f flaia. hop baskets, hooks, logaa hooka
l.-iX falsta Fanes and Stove Works, 211
1 y Chameketa. Tet 477. R. B. Fleming.
TRANSFER
JATTTAL CITY Transfer Co. 22t
tato- St TeL 7772. DUtrltHrtlng. for
warding and storage - our specialty.
Oat eur rates,
'B local er distant transfer stnniae.
fall I12L, Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
t Portland daily.
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WELL DRILLING
-J5r l- rears experlenoe.
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Statesman
Classified Ads
Call 9101
Ciaatified Adverttstng
81ngi Insertion par Ilne.lOe
Three Insertions per
tu.
Six iasArtlons per Una..J0e
One month par llna..$l.0t
Mialmnm chars ...... Sl
Copy for thU page ae
eapted an til f:S0 tha (tri.
In bttorm pabllcaUoa tor
claaaifieatlon. Copy rtv
eolred after this Urns will
bo run under the heading
Too Late to Classify.
The Statesman assume
bo financial reaponaibiilty
tor errori which v&ij ap
pear la adTertisftments pab
Ushed is Its columns, and
la cases where this paper la
at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement in
which the typographical
mtitake oeemra.
The Statesman reserve
the right to reject objee
tlonal advertising. It far
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising en
dor th proper classifica
tion. HELP WANTRTl VKM At V
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-..r-T v.iainj. tma
I " "'wiij anown company
call en merchanta with product which
helps them overcome depression.
Sweeping country like wlldfir. Ex
perience unnecessary. New women
agents making 110 day up. Bush ln
aulry. F. R, Frederick, 747 8. Hill St..
SITUATinva WAsrrvn
m. -m m V V ftMl A MM MM
wpssa a a sa mm. m (JJXSXf
Wanrsil Wk.e.MalH1 mm,
WantJUl rfMr!l! nfivetlr. Of At
or 1559.
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board, exchange services. Box 112,
OUH0BOUUL
V7ant DriVat tlltAHnff nv eihW
grades, Junior high or commercial
course, at your own home. 60o per nr.
or expenencea teacner. box ill, care
Statesman.
Wldoir ldr with 19 nnM nv
housekeeping with care of invalid.
Good home considered more than wa
ge Address Box 112. Statesman.
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Capable woman wants housework or
care of children. Good plain cook.
Ldses crwiciren. ref. 4508.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Old auen lfle Inn.
dla Statosmaa office.
Rummage sale dnrine- Jan. Girl'
and women's clothing. Reasonable. 292
N. Winter.
Cash paid for all kinds of runs, sis-
tola Oregon Trading Post. 212 N.
Com'L
Bacon baalo. cheao for cash. 11 ST
N. Cottage.
Used ranges. 25.00 and un. Oregon
Trading Post. 232 N. Commercial.
Maytag washer. 935 Sooth Street
MISCELLANEOUS
Bear hair cut Adults 20c. children's
15c 203 a Winter.
Truck for sale oats wanted. Geo.
Balad. R. 4. Box lit, Salem.
FOR RENT ROOMS
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Rooms 210; with board $25. Two
blocks from capitaL 1271 Chetneketa.
TeL 4374.
Rooma cheap. Also board. Tel. 4J75.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattoo apartments downtown. Call
Pa Ron's book store.
Fnr. 1 R. r 1C1 Hiut T-t
T(4.
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aim aparunents, iue ieiiie.
o.irwiririru i ru innrirmi
T.T .... . . .
r um. i is i is, water, oeai, gar-
nrm til KA MS M Ah
Cosy 2 room fur. duplex, 1st floor,
garage. 2t2 MUL T. Q. Albert
2 R. fur. apt, 1 15. Heated sleeping
rooms, 255 Center. TeL 8289.
i "i-,-Yirr.' n n nn.
Furn. 2 room ast Also 2 room cot-
taga. 926 N. Whiter. Tel. 4037.
FOR RENT HOUSES
vwa. ana unrurn. nousea R. A.
Forkner. lilt N. Cottage. TeL 1011.
rum. cot. 10. Moses, 331H State.
18th St Your husband can afford to
bay this beautiful f room up to the
minute bouse. SmaQ down payment
Balance Ilka rent Sea owner. 1435
N. 12th. TeL 4277.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO LEASE Farm on
shares. Worker. P. L. Wickersham,
1519 So. Ash St.. Casper, Wyo.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE OR TRA run
S acres clear, one-half mile city lim
its Salem. 7 room house. Want
city property.
20 acres 4 miles to business district
Salem, beautiful new t room mod
ern house, new barn, 4 acres fil
berts. Will sell part or take small
er acreage in trade.
5 room house at bargain. Good loca
. tlon.
154 acres, two sets buildings, all cul
, tlvated, excellent soil. Can be
bought at bargain. Witt accept
soma trade.
29 acres near Woodbnrn, good build
ings, good solL Will take small
acreage or cheap house In trade.
Have client with cash. Wants cheap
. tea or fifteen acre tract
Houses for rent $10.00 and op. -CHAS.
IIUDKIN3, Phone 9181
Room 2, scaler's Store Bldg.
1 acre 1 sat from Salem on Garden
Road, S room bouse, fireplace, elec
tric lights and pump, bath, garage,
barn. etc. $290. $10 down. -2
A. good timber, 4 mi. from Efellsa,
estimated 2500 cords of wood, $1100.
Terms,. - .-
acre, f room bouse, fireplace, base
ment, electric pump,, soma fruit. 1 mi,
rrom jcaiem, II7B. Tske Belcrest lota
rf MRLVIN JOHNSON OR
W. U. PENNINGTON
275 State Street TaL CTtta.
I FOR SAf.FU.RMl R
Improved i icru for sale by asra-
er. Rt. 8. Box 41. Salem. . 'i.
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S ma amUmiriim mmA irti.
- Zjm . w WMUIHI,
-' " iwnfc ?i4vtr, easy terms.
jma modem, garage, near Kngle
weod, $210. easy terms;
WINNIK PETTYJOHN
17$ South High Street
EXCHANGE Real EstaU
oovrt $91 N. Com L
FOR SALE FARMS
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SPEKnAL
Inar tea Sa-wm -mrfll v-
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St.HT ta-5fra of 1M acres from
v w ssvev. Terms if wanted.
Foresd to sell on account of age and
poor health. If yon want tha bast
ZArm fof tha money see my agents
BECHTEL or THOMASON
241 State Street
ACREAGE
10 A. 1 mL Bast Salem. R. house,
ot.hBr Wd All cult, crop!
orchard, t A. strawberries, fenced.
iTtr en ?r tra(5 'or 4 R. house.
1045 N. Church.
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See fbea m11 f . -
cult, cherries, pears, all kind ber
ries. S aema .iri .. n . .i... t.i.
jWfalr buildup' urntr
11 acres beaver dam, running wat-
w, poor Duuamgs, una all tiled, you
CMJk flrkJaJTae IrVAnav aaa 4k.u .1 ...
There la a lot more to say about this
u wu you it you wu' coma in.
W n arrrtnT.Tva
Oregon Bldg. TeL 8902.
THREE WONDERFTTL BUYS Hi
SMALL FARMS
14 2-4 acre tract 4 miles out oa
paved road, close to school and church,
good son. well, nobldga. Price $1500.
11 acres few miles out on market
road, 2-4 miles from R. R. station,
store, grade and high schoeL Small
set of bldgs., well, creek on one line,
acres In alfalfa. Price only $1400.
Immediate possession of a 1 acre
tract close In on paved road, electric
lights, telephone and gas service avail
able, drove wall, 4 room plastered
house like new, double garage, chick
en coop. Price $1750 with easy terms.
childs miller. Realtors
844 State Street Phone 0708.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
22500 hnm. Anwn nav mi B S
farm. Damon, 897 N. Cornl.
Business Opportunities
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RAISE ANGORA WOOLERS
Be Independent
Let as Mace you in a Die. sant and
profitable business
HI LLC REST ANGORA OOl
TeL 8150 Rt 2. Box II.
Pac Hwy. H mile So. of Salem
AUTO CAMP Must sell on account
of ill-health. None better than this
one (strictly modern). Fine location.
good business, If you read this don't
stop running until you have seen me
about this wonderful place and buy.
ASK. ABOUT THIS ONE
Gss pump, nice store room, stock.
groceries and eonf. Frlgldalre meat
case. Dandy 5-R. plastered home ad
joining store. Garage, place sold for
$5800 a little over a year ago. On ac
count of 111 health will sen for $2971.,
buildings, stock and alL $1100.00 down,
baL easy. -
JAS. D. SEARS. Realtor
132 South High Street
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR HALF! St Tt T ft! nittlirfa
McRae strain. R. 8, Box 184, Salem.
MONEY TO LOAN
sjsIH sasaisbsaisasasa M)-rinj-)J-ujp
Be!Is of Harmony'
Heard over KOIN daily
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really different
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
IN CA8H
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
RTTJIfr mrvamr
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
UN LOANS $10 to $20
- Beneficial Loan
Society
... ws wsmaw
Room 119 New Bllgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
111 State 8t TaL 2-7.4-0
aaeaeaaasei m m m m -mm sa a --r-y-rk(-,(-w-u-rtj1,
MONEY
We lUV. fll71a fni Kn fm mA
city loans. The security must be good.
IITTT St VSvr W . a.
344 State Street Phone 0702
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce yow payments
Too keep the car
P. A. BIKER
Cop. tJlMirts fit mn
Fhona 4722 Salem. Are
aOaojjasOaseaams
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
ox A i r. IXJAN COMPANY
212 Oropon T)ll)Mlnr 9w,A TaM
Office hra 1 0 -nrt A r a .fa x vr
Telephone 7783. State license No,
BorTAV An rtuplAnal . wAnav
in monthlv Iratnllmant. WIT I iU.
ETTB LOAN CO., State lie. 8-119, 101
uuaroiaa tsiag. xei. 3S7T.
PERSONAL LOANS
2aADB an furnlHiriL mm mi,
or other good security. Repayable
mommy, wnen in nnandai need see
us before closing a loan.
C.KAL. INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bldg Phone 1512
FOR SALEWOOD
esaisaisea as m m m -jyrJ-p
A-loldflr. If. $4.60. Dial 7100.
DRT FIR ANVt mv nrrtnn ...
and fuel oa Can on ua tor prices We
uj oKHwa gooo quality and
good service.
LARMER TRANSFER ft 8TORAGI
Taleahen 8121
mo. r ana oar. TeL II4S.
Second arrnwth fir mrnnA
length. $3.50 per load. Oak and old fir
$4.50 per load. La riser Transfer Stor
age, phone 2121.
POLLY AND HER
TvSTTI (7 " (jt&iff MAWf PCXJLV.1 VERVEIUDCyfJ I K,My WORE, PAJ WKW3) r-TTSN I I "J,TiTi' -: Or ' "' ''
a VrLLn CCME HEAR TH WHlSTUrr -T I A VrVHSTUNG C3VSTER ( S?9) CfVW FRKINSJ CCfcl ) '
A 65 , OVSTER III r -" "rT I? SOUND UKET.t- UKB A V i KEJr AN LEMrvCa -V t.
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Interesting: Pacts
In) ruj
la 1922 there were 2,417,517 aa
tomobUee sold la the Uaited States.
There are 398,208 of these still ta
ess, 1st 1922 out of the 2.799,78$
ears sold there are still IS 8,02 stra
ta use. Figures oa later years will
bo given latsr.
Q
Sicily was formerly the world's
Chief supply of sulphur.
, O
A piece of an old Inner tire tube
win help clean out the soot ta year
stove or furnace.
O
According to latest reports we
hear there are to be new automo
biles offered la the lower pries
class la the near future.
O
We saw Walt Thompson go eat
and talk to a milk man who bad
his truck double parked. Walt came
away with a couple bottles of milk
and we did not sea him writs out
any slips.
FOR SALE WOOD
- - 1 rjir nnnjLnj
II to. old fir $4. TeL 441.
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J?d. nP1- Rsasonabto prtoscFbone
2729.
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TeL 5000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade ft
Cottage.
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Dry wood at Tram's PIum. sees
. Hp
1 spue oajc, ff. TeL 1 1 Ft
Sollt oak. moitlT mM
1 - nnnnn wLxjut
Old fir 24 T.I
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ltr old fir. Priced right TeL 1191.
LOST AND FOUND
ass ii -, - - juxj
T ArJM m
T Cl a. Jt .
:. 7.:'""" roan TTTS.
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T Jl riv... nr.u .. . V -
tel. 0172. nau.
ksijsOsaesaeaevs,e
ZjOST fsfsial V Tftit M TK....W
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Secret Tefifa' WWeh'
FOR SALE USED CARS
sgEaosasSttSejOjaaae.
f AT-EM USED CAR CENTER
una jars to Choose From
1930 Chevrolat S ....
1911 A Ford, overhauled; now
ureo ) ga
U Ford overhauled 241.00
1121 Stude ood Urea, good
nalnt hmIIm . a .
JJ A. Fr. rebuilt motor 171.00
1922 Chevrolet, new top, new
.... Ra,nt om" motor work 150.00
?!!! gtanlr5 Buick. an A-l 221.00
1921 8tand. Buick. ready to go 111.00
ROADSTERS
1927 T Ford. Ruckstell axle.
193t Deluxe A Ford like new.
a or mem 215 00
1921 Buick. good tires, paint 01.00
TPnrive
Ford duals long wheel base $1.5.09
Ford tnr!&-ah., vi i ...
Terms Trades See Charlev w Tm
VaT.T.ptv xrrwma rv
Phone 7910 Marlon.
MrTTA va TTairn nil.
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
av-kwrve
T-Roadster pickup body ..$ 25.00
T-Boadster flne condition'
'2 Roadstar X
20.00
145.00
195.00
215.00
225.00
5.00
145.00
245.00
275.00
'29 Tudor Sedan
'29 Ford or Sedan
'80 Sport Roadster
CHEVROLETS
IT Cosfb
22 Coupe
19 Coach
"30 Sport Roadster
x iAndau Sedan
'30 DeLaiTa Rad
295.00
215.0
Several others of various makes
TERMS TRADES
VftCAT riTTVBnt.PT nn
332 Center Phone 2189 430 N. Coml
'13' Bugaboo
Is Exploded
SALEM HEIGHTS. Jaa. 11.
While Friday the ISth may be a
bugaboo for some folks. Jarv
Craig, sob of Dr. and Mrs. D. D.
Craig and whose birthday Is Janu
ary 13, doesn't believe in tha
jinx.
Early in the week a fountain
pen and a wrist watch he prlxed
both gifts disappeared while
at school. Friday both articles
were restored to him. He was 13
years old Friday the 13th.
Boie Funeral Rite
Postponed to Today
SILVERTON. Jaa. 11 Fnn or
al services for John W Tint tn
have been held 'from the Catholic
cnurcn Friday morning, have
been nostnoned nntil Rntnrdav
morning when they will be held
rrom tne catholic church at I
o clock. The postponement was
made to Derm It ralativoa from
Spokane to arrive In time for the
innerai.
MRS DRIGGS HOSTESS
FALLS CITY, Jan. 13 Mrs.
F. E. Driggs was hostess to the
Ladies Art clnb Tuesday after
noon at a delightful l o'clock
luncheon. AH 14 members of the
club were present and the af
ternoon was spent in needle
work and visiting.
PALS
fit ens to
SELECT DIRECTORS
WOODBUR1C, Jaa. It Two di
rectors for the Woodbarm Fruit
Q rowers' Cooperative association
will be chosen Saturday when tha
annual meeting of that organiza
tion la to be sold at S p.m. ia the
high school bunding here. Some
1330 win be) distributed among
the members at the meeting. The
money la from the revolving funds
issued la 1139 and recently called
In.
There la some talk among the
growers to retain the two direct
ors whose terms expire this year:
W. J. Wilson and 8. T. Scollard.-
Various phases of the berry sit
uation will be taken up at the
meeting. There Is some concern
In this section because of a recent
eold speiL Some berry growers
believe that their vines are killed,
while others are of the opinion
that the damage was slight, or
even of no consequence whatever.
The present conditions in the ber
ry market will probably come up
for discussion.
P TBI CmCTJlT COURT OF
THB STATU OF OREGOJT
FOR THB COUNTY OF MAR
ION SUMMONS
MUTUAL SAVINGS A LOAN
ASSOCIATION, a corporation.
Plaintiff vs. MARfiiBrr unw-r.
OOMERT SHAFER. CECIL T.
SHAFER and MARIAN SHAFER.
nis wue; WILLIAM EARL SHA
FER and EUOEN7A RRirPD
hla wife; FRANK H. SHAFER
ana HAST SHAFER his wife,
and FRANK E. SHAFER a.
cutor of the last Will and Testa
ment or FRANCIS K. SHAFER,
deceased. Defendants.
TO: CECIL. T. RHAFFW is AV
IAN SHAFER, WILLIAM EARL
oriA EK and EUGENIA SHA-
risK, Defendants,
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE OF OREGON: Yon are
hereby required te appear and
answer tha comnlaint riiad
against yon in the above entitled
court and cause on or before the
ICth day of January, 1933, and
if you fall to so appear and an
swer on or before said date, for
want thereof the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for tha raiiaf
prayed for in its complaint; to
wn:
For a Judgment against Frank
E. Shafer as Executor of the
last Will and Testament of Fran
cis B. Shafer. dacaaaad. In th
snm of FIVE THOUSAND FIFTY
FIVE and 79100 DOLLARS
($5081.73). togetfer with Inter
est thereon at th rate of tea
per cent (10) per annum from
February 23, 1932, until paid.
The further sum of tobbh!
HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS
(V9o.) attorneys fees; the fur
ther sum of THIRTY DOLLARS
IMO.wv) tor searching records
and -abstracting titu Far tt.
costs and disbursements Incurred
nerem for the foreclosure of tha
mortcaee riven to iMnm aaM
sums upon the following describ-
t promises; 10-wu:
Commencing on the easterly
line of Commercial Street in tha
City of Salem, in Marlon County,
uregon, T7 leet and 3 inchee
north of the southwest corner of
lot number five in block a 4 in
said city of Salem, at the center
oi tne common brick wall run-nine-
easterly ' and waatarlv h.
tween the brick building situate
on me premises nereoy conveyed
and the brick building situate
southerly of and adjoining there
to; thence running northerlv nn
the westerly boundary line of
said lot 18 feet and 4 inches;
thence running easterly parallel
wim tne northerly boundary
line of the said premises deadnd
by Enoch May and wife to said
Samuel Adolph 165 feet to the
westerly line of the alley running
through said block: thenca run
ning southerly on the said west
erly une of said alley 18 feet and
4 inches, more or less, ta a nnlnt
opposite the said beginning
point; thence running westerly
loo xeet ta tne place of be
ginning, all sitnata in tha cltv
of Salem. Marion County, State
ot uregon, and directing that
said premises be sold by the
Sheriff of Marion Conntv Dra
gon, in accordance with law, and
tnat the proceeds derived there
from be applied to the satisfac
tion of said Judgment and the
costs of said sale, and decreeing
that said mortgage be a first
Ilea aicainst aald nronartv and
that the right, title, interest,
lien or estate ot you and each of
yon by decreeing to' be Junior
and subordinate to plaintiff's
mortgage, and you and each ot
you be barred of ail right, claim,
interest, lien or estate In or to
said psoperty or any part thereof,
except the declaratory right for
redemption, and for such other,
further and different relief as
to the court may seem Just and
equitable.
Yon are further notified that
this sumn-ons is served upon
yon by publication thereof in
A Fishy 81017' I
WHEAT
ttoksdoWanother
Causes 1 One-Cent set
Back; Wheat Close
Is Nervous
CHICAGO, Jan; 13- (AP)
Unloading of a recently acquired
holdings of future deliveries did.
much to give the wheat market a
setback of about a cent a bushel
today.
" Trad comment indicated house
adoption ot the agricultural allot
ment bill had failed to stimulate
wheat buying, and Instead had
disturbed confidence ot many
speculative owners. A restraint
on selling, however, was numer
ous expressions of belief the al
lotment bill would never become
a law.
Wheat closed nervous, 3-8 to 1
under yesterday's finish, corn 1-4
to 1-3 down, oats 1-8 to 1-4 off.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May 48 1-4 to 3-8;
Jly. 47 7-8 to 48; Sep. 48 3-4 to
Cora May 37 3-8 to 1-3; Jly.
38 7-8 to 39; Sep. SO to 30 1-9.
Oats May 17 1-4 to 3-8; Jly.
17 5-8 to 3-4.
General Markets
raoDTJcn xxcHAvan
PORTLAND. Ore- Jib IS. AP1
Presses exeaaafe, nek prices: Batter
fxwaa its, staaearo loe, prisM firsts
ISe, firrta IStte. Eggs Fresh extras
20a, Bseeiaau 24-SSs.
Portland Grain
POBTLA2TO. Ore, Ja. 1J. (AP)
Wheat Ooea Hirk Lev Olsee
Kev 47 .47 .44 ft .40
Jalv 40 .40 .47 .47
Cask wheat No. 1 Bis Beat slsestest
.82 ; eark ksra wister. 12 per seat A 2,
11 er eeat .40: ceft white, sera wiater
.42; weetera white, aerthera sprls
.ai ; weetera rea
Oete Ke. 2 white $17.
Cora Ne. 21 yellow $170.
Villnu SUBiari 1.
Portland Produce
PORTLAND, Ore, Jsa. IS. (AP)
Batter PriaU, 92 ecere er better tie
ponad, stssdards 20a.
Iffs Psdtls Poultry Proeseers' sen.
lac prises: Freak extras 30a, stsaaeraa
26, wsdlsws 25s.
Oeeatry saeeta SalUag price te retaO
en: Oeeatary -killed kefs. Vest hatchers,
aadsr ISO peases, 6e; veelers, 00 ta
100 peeaa. 8-8 e; Uses 10-lla, year
Bags e, keery iewes 8-4e, esaaer sews
S-. talis 4-4 e.
Mate Oregoa i walaats 18-lSe peeai,
peaaats lOe, Braalle 12-14e. slauaaa 18
10a, fUkerte 20-82s. peeaas tOe.
uasears kark -BnrUg price, 1022 peel,
2c psoas. ! !
Hope Koaiaal 1082. 28-27 e peoai.
Batterfat Direct te shippers: Btatfea,
18-lSe; Fertlaa4 aclirery prices, ehara
iag ereaai lS-lSc, iwcet eresai higher.
Live pealtry - Bsyiar price: Heavy
kens, ee(erea$ 4 peoass. 18c; ae SAe
diaats 12c; ligkta 10c; sprisga, Ught.
12c; heevy He; els reeatera fte; 4acks,
Pckia, Sc; geeta 8c
Oaioas Selling price te retailers: Ore
goa 80-05e eeetal. Takisia 7-0ic ecatal.
Potateet Local, 0S-75c eraage bes;
Decckatee Oeass OSe-fl.OS; Tsktea
Oerae 80-SSe ecatal.
Weol 1082 etip. seaiaal; WUlawetta
vellcy 12-lSe peaad, eactcra Oregoa
1012c.
Hay kayisg price from prodaeer: st
faUa. eiLSe-12;: clever. 09 S.iO; eaatera
Oregoa timothy. 210-50; eats aaa rotek.
210.5O-11. i
Portland Livestock
PORTLAND, Ore, Jaa. 1S.(AP
Cattle Reeelpu 25. eslvec 10; ateedy.
Stoera 550 te 000 poaada, good 85
5.50. mediem $4.25-8.; eeatauMi 82.78
4.25; OOP te 1100 poeads. good 4.78r
5.25; swdiasi 84.-4.50; eoaan 82.59
4.; 1100 te 1800 poasds. geed 24-50-4.75,
stediani 23.50-4.50. Heifers 550 te
750 pessds, good 94.25-4.75, cosea
odiaa 22.50-4.25; 750 to 000 pounds
good-choice 24--4.50; coamoa saediaa
82.-4. Cows, good SS.50-8.75. eemaioa
ediaa, 82.50-3,50, low eetter sad cot
ter, S1.-2.S0. Balls. yearUags esclnded.
good (beef) 12,50-A; cutter - aediaat
81.50-2.25; vcalfrs good-choice 8V-S.50;
Bedioot 83.75-5,; eoil-coaimes 82.-8.78.
CalTos, 250 te 500 poaada, goed-eheiee,
$8.75-5.; eoaiinop-BiediOBi. 82.-S.78.
Hogs Receipts 800; ateady.
Light lights. 140 to ISO peaads, good
choice, $3. to J.85;lifhtwoifWt ISO to
180 pounds, $8.75-8.85; 160 to 200
pounds, 83.75-8.SS; dium weight 200
to 220 poaada, i $8.25-2.85; 220 to 250
pound. 83.-3.84; haavywclght 250 to
200 peaada, $2.85-3.65; 200 U 850
pounds, $2.05-8,85. Packing aewa. 275
to 850 poaada, good $2.75-2.; 350 to 425
poeads. $2.50-3,; 425 to 650 poaada.
$2.50-8.; 278 to 550 peaads medium,
$2.50-2.73. reader and stacker pigs. TO
te 180 peaada. i geed-ckeieo $3.50-8.
Skeep aad laatba Receipts 50; steady.
Lsaiba, 00 peaads down, gnod-cheice
$5-5.25, coeaaoa-mediam $2.50-5. Teer
liag wethers, 90 te 110 peaads, good
choice $3-4, siediaai $2-8. Ewee, 00 to
120 peaada, geod-chetee, $1.50-2: 120 ta
150 peaads. $1.25-1.75; sU weights, coav
Bioa-aiediasi 7Se$1.2S.
The Oregon .Statesman, a news
paper of general circulation
printed and published In Salem,
Marion County, Oregon, pursuant
to an order ot the Hon. L. O.
Lewelling, Judge of the above
entitled court, made and entered
on the 15th day ot December,
1933. !
Tou are further notified that
the date of the first publication
of this summons is December
17th, 1933. and the date ot the
last publication thereof will be
January llth, 1933.
KEYES ft! PAGE, ATTORNEYS
FOR PLAINTIFF. - Post Office
Address: 301 U. 8. NATL BANK
BLDO., SALEM, OREGON. D.
17-34-3W.7-14.
Salein Markets
Grade B raw 4 ssOBx,
co-ow pool price, fld per
handred. -v-v -
Surplus fi.15
(Milk baaed oa soaai steatkly
batterfat average.)
Batterfat Sweet, !Sc
oar, 18c.
Prlsee pall te growers by aalesi baysrs
Jsaaary 1$
(Tks prises below, aapplied ay a local
grocer, are ladicatlre ef the daily saarket
bat are eoe raaraeteed hi The atatoaatsa)
Csrrets, Cahf, crate t If
Oreea aaenon. Cmlif Ik
as
n.vi ,v -
vmn is.
, . .08
- .35
.75 te 1.00
1.85
Oaioaa, doa. beaches
rota toe a. local
petotees, crate
hearta, do.
Oalar
Letteea Cmiif
.78
-1.50 to 2.85
8.85
.M
Tomatoes, aotaeaee, crate
Oaioas, Walla WaDa
Oaioas. La bits, ewt.
Deniih saaaek. doa.
Habbard aqoaah, lb. .
Partaips, haadred
Apples
Kisga. ba.
8pltieabergs
Kerthera Spy
Ortlcyt
Jeaatbaas ,
. at
JDl
JIM
M
. At
. .85
.85
1.00
JL75
i
1A0
. .1$
Delieiocc
Caaiitlowcc CaliL, crate
Braaaels aproets
Batobegsa hundred
Craaberrica. retail, fb.
Craaberrios, bbL
Oraages. p.p.
Orsagsa fsacy
Beets. 0alif des.
Taraipa, CaUL. doa.
Spiaach. CsIiL, crate
PeratsuBOBS. retail
Ore pea. Calif, $ n
-18.00
.1.75 te 2.00
3.eou4.oe
.70
.05
2.50
-5
M
atora
Top, IttX lb.
Te. 1911. lb.
47
zona
Beylag Prices
Xztras .
cHaadards
afodiaaui
PaUeis .
as
J7
as
.15
A4
.11
.08 to A
.00 te Ml
at
.00
POUXTBT
014 roestcrs -Colored
keaa
bfedia-s keas
Ugh boas
Bakes
Ught fryers
Tarkays, wreaaed, top
Daeks. White Pakiaa, alive
J2
JO
JO
weeaa, top, sure
24XAT
Lambs, top
.4.50
Mora, top
Hoga. (tret cats
Steers -
Cows
Heifer
Iraad -..1 (a
.8.00
.8.35
08 te
01 te
01 to
.04
JOt
.03
.07
Oreaacd hog ,
GRAM AXD HAT
Wheat, wratcra red
White, No. 1
Ear lay. top. tea
Oats, white, toe
Oats, gray, top, tea
. .08
.48
AS
-15.00
-15.00
-21.00
nay. eaytst one
Oata aad retch, tea
Alfalfa, valley, lit eat. .
WOOl,
lfedi-a.
Coarse
Mohair
.0.00 te 11.00
.0.00 to 10.00
.18
.10
ae assrket
Stocks and Bonds
JABTTABT 12
(Copyright. 1032, Standard BUtUtlei Oa.)
STOC ATEBAQBS
50 20 20 00
Isdls B&'s Ut's Total
Today 54.5 20.1 OAS
87.8
57m
57.4
00.0
Pro-ioas day 54.2
Week ego 54.8
Tear age 07.0
20.8
28.S
OAS
04.8
88.0 104.5
3 yeara age
High 1033 .
Lew 10S2
High 1030 .
Low 1030
lfl.l 131.0 314.8 170.0
72.2 30.8 111.0 1J
35.1 18.2 51.8 35.0
.203.4 141.8 281.3 205.8
112.0 88.4 148.5 114.7
BOHD AVERAGES
20 20
Ind1 RR'a
20
Ufa
04.8
fS.7
83.0
08.8
Hfl.3
70.0
so
Total
71.7
00.8
70.3
08.S
78.1
57.5
101.0
82.e
Today
Prerioai day
Tear age
8 year age .
High 1032
Lew 1032
High 1080
Low 1030
63 8
OAS
64.0
01.8
75.0
60.0
02.8
71.8
105.0
78.0
47.4
S8.2
04.0 109. S 101.4
83.8 07.8 O0.S
NOTICE OF FIXAIi SlTIJE
M1CXT Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed la th Cans.
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
ior tne county of Marlon, her
duly verified final account, as ex
ecutrix of the last win and testa
ment and estate of Aaron Wells,
deceased, and that said Court has
fixed Tuesday, the 7th day of Feb
ruary, 1933, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, as the
time, and the County Court Room
in the County Court House, at Sa
lem, in Marion County, Oregon,
as the place for hearing said fin
al account and all objections
thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
Cth day of January, 1933.
JBANIS BAXTER.
Executrix or the Last Will and
Testament and Estate ot Aaron
Wells, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Executrix,
Salem. Oregon. J-7-14-21-38-F-4.
NOCTCB
Notice is hereby given that the
annual stockholders meeting of
the Thos. Kay Woolen Mill Co.
will be held at their office, Sa
lem, Or eg., Jan. 17th at 9:39
a.m.
K. H. PICKENS, secretary.
J. 13-13-14.
UNLOADED
CENTHERE
Producer Getting 1 2c;
Brussels Sprouts
Appear Here
Turkeys dropped a cent a
pound in the local market yester
day; now they are bringing the
producer Just 13c.
California carrots are wholesal
ing at 3.19 a drop ot 19e per
crate.
Oregon brussels sprouts have
made their appearance in the
market, bringing the growers 95e
per box.
Other market Items remained
stationary here yesterday.
TO MEET U
MARION. Jan. 13 The first
meeting In tne New Tear ef the
Marlon community club arfll be
held Tuesday night, January 17.
in the W. O. W. hall. Mies Rosa
Huttoa. teacher ot the seventh
and eighth grades, with her pu
pils, la preparing the program.
Ther will also be some numbers
by talent from Salem and Port-las-L
As the season advances farm
ers of this section are convinced
that all fall sown grain Is frosea
out, with the exception of rye,
which Is not extensively grown.
Even pastures are so badly dam
aged that sheepmen are compelled
to resort to feeding their flocks.
Kale, the dairymen's only green
winter feed Is entirely lost.
NOTICE OF APPOLVTMKXT
OF ADMINISTRATRIX
Notice is- hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court ot
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion, as administratrix of
the estate of Fred WlntermanteL
deceased, and that she has duly
qualified as such administratrix;
all persons having claims against
the estate ot said decedent are
hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to me, at the
office ot Ronald C. Glover, my
attorney, 203 Oregoa Building.
Salem, Marion County, Oregon,
within six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated at Salem. Oregon, this
llth day ot January. 1933.
WILMA E. WINTERMASTEL.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Fred Wintermantel, Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
Salem, Oregon. J 14-21-28 F 4-11
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
OF ADMINISTRATRIX
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty ot Marion, as administratrix of
the estate of Arnold E. Marchand,
deceased, and that she has duly
qualified as such administratrix:
all persons having claims against
the estate of said decedent are
hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to me, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my
attorney. 293 Oregon Building.
Salem. Marlon County. Oregon,
within six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
13th day ot January. 1933.
IDA HAIN,
Administratrix ot the Estate of
Arnold E. Marchand. Deceased.
RONALD C GLOVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
Salem, Oregon. J 14-21-28 F 4-11
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