The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 27, 1933, Page 7, Image 7

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Th OREGON STATESMAN, Ciko. Oregon. Friday Morning. January 27, 1933
PAGE SEVEN
Amen&a ComplainsMao Tram-
allegee 1 neslirehce of deTeBdaat
bata tu rued amended complaint 1 caused. Taa accident occurred i
ia her damage action againstRob-j miles north of Balem on the high
er cauan aa retail of injuries war. Complaint seeks tl.it dam
sustaiaea in an automobile ecci-lagea for alleged injuria to race,
owe lasi August 14, which alio eves, nose, spine and aack. : .
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Brief:
STANDARD FEED CO.
228 ONE-HALF BLOCK WEST Phodt
Ferry SL maiuon hotel 6858
VE ADVISE . . .
that every poultryman raise a flock of good pullets
this year. Figures Just released by the U. S. Dept. of
Agriculture show that in 35 leading cities in the na
tion there wen 826,320 eases of eggs in cold storage
on Jan. 16V 1932, as against 33,698 eases on Jan. 16,
1933.
Follow the Aibers "Proven" method of raising your
chicks. It is ranch cheaper ia the end. A complete
stock of chick feeds on hand.
Progressive Scratch
100 ibs $1.15
Progressive
Egg Mash
with milk, greens, and
cod Ever oil. n(
Full 100 lbs 1leeJ7
80
Mill Run
lbs.
65c
Peacock Flour
More money will not buy
a better flour
49 lb. sack $1.20
Corn
Eastern Yellow
Whole 100 lbs. .?1.10
Cracked 100 lbs... 1.15
Ground 100 lbs. - 1.15
100
Wheat
Recleaned
lbs. :
95c
Rabbit Paks
100 tts $1.80
Molasses
Beet Pulp
100 ib3 $1.25
Ktum Case Ckmtlauea Tno
plaintiff had not concluded pres
entation of its case ia civil action
brought in circuit court here by
W. T. Krause against John Doore
Plow company to recover dam
ages for alleged lata delivery of
machinery and also imperfect con
ditlon of same. The case will
likely take all day today. Judge
Lewelling is sitting in the case for
Judge McMahan. The case against
Clay Cornwall, slated for today,
will not go until later.
New No-Mend hosiery Just receiv
ed Berries weight silk to the top.
alao chiffon fancy tops. The stock
ing approved for highest quality
by Better Fabrics Testing-Bureau.
SI a pair. Howard Corset Shop.
165 North Liberty.
On Way Home Two Salem
girls who were halted at Fresno.
CallL- bT oolice Wednesday aa
they were enroute to Hollywood.
will likely bo returned toaay or
tomorrow. The girls, Verna Mat-
teson. II. and Blanch Bantan, 19,
left their homes here January it
and hitch-hiked aa tar as Fresno
before they were stopped. Police
wired invenile officers here and
the mother of one of the girls thai
day forwarded money for her re
turn. Juvenile omcers say inia is
the first time the girls hare given
any trouble.
Hawkins 4k Roberta are tempor
arily located in the first floor of
the Guardian Biag.; loans, in
vestments, bonds, first mortgages.
insurance, excellent buya in real
estate.
Account Approved Final ac
count in estate of Belle Morton
has been approved by the probate
judge. Distribution of I49.4S
each to Mrs. Carrie Heck, Mrs.
Nellie O. Overman and Ralph
Morton has been made.
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FROM CALIFORNIA'
SUN-SWEPT VINEYARDS
Now is the time to replenish your shelves with this ever
I popular and inexpensive grape delicacy. A tremendous
I crop exists and the Raisin Growers' Association has asked
J for beta from both retailer and consumer. We believe this
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Buy now. You will find them particu-
larlv tender and bursting with suaar
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Four Mishaps Reported Four
motor vehicle mishaps were re
ported yesterday to city police, as
follow: Lois Stelnke. 505 North
Summer, and F. D. Smith. It 10
Center, at Center and High; Fred
Wolf. 175 Fairmount. and
Charles J. BUluits, Portland, at
State and Liberty; Mrs. Kenneth
Sehultx, and F. O. Repine, tit
South Cottage, at Chemeketa and
Commercial; J. F. Frohmader,
route three, and J. L. Torrenee,
126 North 16th street, at Kear
ney and' Commercial streets.
Portland Sec 11:30 every morn
ing. Depot New Salem Hotel.
Life Insurance Boosted The
safety and value of Ufa Insurance
aa an Investment was upheld by
Freeman Essex. Portland repre
sentative of the- Northwestern
Mutual company, in aa illustrated
address at Lions club yesterday.
He stated that there is now 1101.
000,000,000 of life Insurance on
the books of companies in the
United States at present, as much
as there was in 1929. Despite a
public income decrease of 96 per
cent, ho said, life Insurance sales
have decreased but 15 per cent.
Dance tonight. Hazel Oreeu.
Marriage) License First marri
age license issued by the county
elerk in several days, was grant
ed yesterday to Clifford A. Elf
tier, foreman, legal, Chemawa,
and Nellie Lubiabeal, housekeep
er, route six. box 14T, Salem. The
marriage is slated for January 28
here.
Wanted, used furniture. Tel 5110
Reports Accident F. L. Wil
kinson, 2290 North Ohureh. yes
terday reported to the sheriff that
a car driven by L. B. Bothwell,
Coquille, cut In between Wilkin
son's ccr and another oae, there
by tearing oft the front fender
on Wilkinson's auto. Report says
Bothwell failed to stop.
Play t Weet Salem The
Chemeketaa Playera will present
"The Ghost Bird" at the West Sa
lem community club program at
the community hall there Thurs
day night, February 2. Tickets
may bo obtained at the atores in
West Salem or from members of
the Boy Scout troop of that com
munity. Two Drunks Fined Ray Eshel-
maa and Ralph StzeL arrested by
city police Wednesday night for
being drunk, pleaded guilty when
brought before Municipal Judge
Mark Poulsen yesterday. Ethel-,
maa paid a $1 fine and Btsel
went back to city jail to serve
five days.
20 Shoe. Merchants Salem has
29 shops dealing in shoes, ESdward
AckUa reported to Lions elub yes
terday through Secretary Ralph
Kletsing, for the three-minute
business talk. He estimated that
more than 80,000 pairs of shoes
are purchased here annaaUy.
Hall Fined $23 Loreu HalL
accused of stealing a guitar,
pleaded guilty before Judge Mil
ler B. Haydea yesterday. Unable
to pay a fine of 925 and costs, he
returned to county Jail to aerve
out the penalty at the rate of $2
a day. Hall, with four boys, was
arrested last week in connection
with numerous thefts from auto
mobiles, city police said.
Hawkins A- Roberts are tempor
arily located in the first floor of
the Guardian Illdg.; loans, in
vestments, bonds, first mortgages,
insurance, excellent buys in real
estate.
Benefit For Team The Young
People of the Englewood United
Brethren church are sponsoring
a benefit banauot for the basket
ball team tonight at 0: 30 o'clock
at the church. There will bo a I
good program with Phil Arm-1
strong acting as toastmaster.
Tickets are on sale, and procur
able from any of the young poo-
Pie.
Big old time danco Macleay Thurs-
Revival Closing Sunday will
mark' the clooo of the revivals
at tho Free Methodist church
which Evangelist McKay haa beea
conducting. About 150 persons'
throughout there has beea ma
usual Interest, according to Rev.
J. R. Stewart, the pastor. A I un
ion meeting win bo held Sunday
afternoon at 8:30 o'clock when
have responded to his appeal, and McKay will tell his life's story.
Plaintiff Wins Ualoa Csatral
Life- Insurance company la grant
ed Judgment aought and also hold
holder of first mortgage ia suit
I brought against William Hagaa
and others. !
tt9c AM EUGCBoa
000
when we tell you the price of the latest unit in new washing machine construction.
This isnt an old pattern CLOSE OUT just a new ALL ELECTRIC - FULL
ENAMELED - HIGH SPEED - WELL CONSTRUCTED
For the Low
Price of
AND HERE ARE A FEW WASH DAY HELPS
AT DEPRESSED PRICES
Galvanized Tubs
Mf"y"hM Get Oar A tour-1
inr ear which Charles MeudenhaU
of Oervais resorted stolen hero
Wedaesday night was recovered
br Of fleer Frank Reeves, north
prowl driver, early yesterday
morning.
49c
59c
Size 9 Copper Boilers
with Stationary Handles
This week ,...$245
Birthi
I
ftmHh To Mr. and Mrs. Bliss
W. Smith of Garibaldi, box 21, a
l round rirl. bora January 21
at the Jackson Maternity home.
Haenee To Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Joseph Haeoer of Indepen
dence, a girl, Dolores Lucille,
born on January 22 at Salem Dea
conefis hospital.
Bristol To Mr. aad Mrs. S. C.
Bristol of ill South 17th street.
a dauchtor. Patricia Grace, born
January 20 at the Deaconess hos
pital.
Size No. 1 common
Size No. 2 common
This wetk only
Medium Size White Willow
Clothes Baskets, 69c
This week only
Remember Too We Have the Lowest Price Ever Quoted om High Class
Dependable Coal Burning Brooders
ISo Eo AILILESEnF
Hardware - Paints - Plumbing: - Machinery
236 N. Commercial St.
FLAVO
JELL
All flavors
Buy all you want
3 pkgs.
Safeway Savings, Effective
Fri., Sat., Mon., January 27-28-30 M
Fruits and Vegetables
Oranges
sweet & jnicy Navels
I SaflaaE '
A Durkee's
Product
pints I $
Eg I
quarts 1 1
III r)
Ob ltuary
Grapefruit
Cal. seedless
Potatoes
dos.
for
50
lb. sack
Onions
10
lb.
Etoea CAMELS?SrctteollcK Mr- Sheepman...
Golden Crust V PUgo M T
Golden Crust
white or whole wheat
sliced
3 loaves
f Pineapple .
I Iibby's sliced
I or crushed 1
1 No. 2Va cans, each I
EScy
Flour
Primrose
CoS&ee
Airway Blend
Syrup
Log Cabin
Oats
Crystal Weeding
Corn
Seven Peaks, Ko.
PCStUCJ
49
lb. sack
S caas
lg- Pkf.
3 jjs1
SchnaeUe
At the residence, 6X0 North
29th street, Wednesday, January
it. August Schnuelle. age T2
years. Survived by widow, Mrs.
Sophia Schnuelle; two brotnera,
Henry of Beatrice, Neb., and Har-
maa of Portland; one daughter,
Mrs. Max Oehlhar of Salem; son,
Lorense Schnuelle of Salem; oae
grandchild, Mark Oehlhar of Sa
lem. Services will be held under
the direction of Clough-Barrtek
company at tho Reformed chureh,
Marloa aad Capitol streets, Fri
day, January if, at 2 p. m., with
Rev. Zlnn of Portland and Rev.
Llenkaomper of Salem oftlciatlag.
Interment City Tlew cemetery.
(3057
Phone Po. 4018
Wo Deliver Quantity
245 No. Commercial St.
Orders
Oleomargarine
Save the Wrapper
for a Premium
Today, tb
3
Jell-0
All Flavors
pkgs.
Balloon
17c
Free
Fine Granulated
pounds,
Unit
Ivory Soap
Bar
Med. Size
A Savinr
4c
med. size eaa
Instant
wackersN
Snowflakes
m . 2 lb. loaves I
I V 2 for J
8
Asparagus Tipor V
Del Monte picnic size f V
Safeway Meats
Tissue
Silko lOOO sheet rolls
VAc
bulg,
15c
1 Ba
ft 1a
8'2C
Chicken. Mora of
thoaa good young
chickens to boU or
bake, Rock or Red, all
20c
Rbbita. Toung aad
tender, to fry T
or bake, lb. .. li C
liver. Sliced fresh and
tender 9 " C
at Albs. IOC
not Bandls Cheep Heats,
Armour's Smoked Pie-
ale, nice and lean,
mild, augar cured, 4 to
f average
lb.
Alftjonmaise, in
the very best.
Pint
Armour's Sliced Ba
con. Some of tho best.
Very
lean Z lb.
Hfwar'a MArkeWl do
but give yoa good sneata at BeaaoaaUe Prloes.
Come ia aad compare the quality of mmr meats
with that of others at the) same price.
CHARLni DUVAL,
Ksv N. Commer
cial. Phone 616
No. C J 1973 If. Capitol
Phono 8629
Sara at the following
Safeway Stores:
Wo aossrro tho Right to
lilmit Quantities
No. 519 270 N. Com
xaerciaL Phone 9432
No. 781927 SUtt
Phone 9485
In order to prevent and
cure Blind Staggers in your
flock, feed Cane Molasaes.
Mix one part molasses to
two parts water and put
over your hay and feed.
Price is very reasonable
and it does work. Also, feed
Linseed Oilmeal with your
grain, it pays.
RECLEANED
GRAY OATS
It will pay you to book your
order for Gray Oats now as
they are going to be very
scarce. Wt have some fan
cy seed stock. Also, vetch
seed and Field Peas. Be
sure and plant enough for
your hay crop ss tho entire
crop is frozen out and hay
wQl be scarce this coming
fall.
StoSnag Boaiiao
Maryland Chief No. 2 Size
3 cans . . .23c
RHAHeir
Bako, American, Rainier or Standby
Per Can 34c 3c.98c
Coffee
Oar Special Blend
Guaranteed
1 lb. pkg.
3 Lb. 60c
JIity Nice, White or Whole Wheat
3 loaves . . . 10c
EAISIMS
Fancy Seedless
4 lb cello, pkg. 19c
D. A. While & Sons
Phono 481,
Ml State
Ore.
Cocoanut, fresh bulk, Yz-h pkg 13c
Ginger Ale, Pabst, large bottles, each ..15c
Toilet Tissue, Waldorf, 3 rolls 14c
Sperry's Pancake Flour, large pkg. 20c
Brooms, light, durable, 4 tie 33c
Prince Albert, 1-tb cans 85c
Ripe Olives, Lindsay Mammoth, each ..14c
Heinz Soups, assorted, 3 cans 25c
Syrup, Karo, dark, 10-lb pails, each ....68c
Salad Dressing, Gold Medal, qts 23c
Snowflakes or Grahams, 2-tb ctns, each 24c
Dash, granulated soap, 5-lb pkg. 35c
Flour, Piggly Wiggly hardwheat, 49-lb 89c
Whole Wheat Flakes, Ketloggs, 4 pkgs. 23c
Wing Cigarettes, pkg. 9c; ctn. 89c
Marshmallows, bulk, lb 17c
Grapenut Flakes, 3 pkgs. 25c
Camay Toilet Soap, 3 bars 14c
Headlight Matches, ctn. 23c
Wesson Oil, half GaL tins 49c
Cheese, Brookfield Quality, tb 12V2C
Chipso, large size, pkg. 15c
Dr. Ross's Dog Food, 2 cans 15c
Bread and Butter Pickles, jar 14c
Salmon, fancy pink, tall cans, 3 for 25c
Cornmeal, 9-tb sack 16c
S. O. S., 8 pad size, box 20c
Shaker Salt, Mortons, each 8c
Post's Whole Bran, 2 pkgs -23c
Prunes, fancy, large, 3 lbs 10c
Rice
Broken Kernel
4 its. 13c
VegettaMe
Beans
Idaho small whites
3 ibs. 10c
Potatoes
Yakima Bassets
25 Ibs. No. l's 29c
50 lbs.No.rs 35c
Lettuce
Crisp Solid Heads
2 for 9c
Onions
No. l's
5 ibs. 7c
Boilers
25iU7c
Carrots
Crispy, Tender
Bunehes
10c
Oranges
Sweet Sawtherw Navels
Med. n 9Q
alaa ae Do. 69C
Orapefrmlt, Florida
Russet
it 17c
Quality Meats
MARKET FEATURES
Tenderloin Cut
Pi?Cx Eiooott
ny2c ib.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Kettle Rendered
Pimi?e Lcn?c3
S lbs. E()c
Hospital Beds
to Rent
M
GeO SOtO. Caed fwnrttare
151 North Hick
A rusher Choice Selection of those
young, fst hens completely dressed.
Ready for the Oven.
Lean, Sugar Cured
E5on
o
Half or
Q Whola
tS J AH meat, fine
for slicing;
THE FAMOUS -CASCADE-
Dry Sajjar Cured
for fryinar er
seasoning