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Tha OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon; Thursday Morning. February 2, 1933
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Cards In this directory run on
monthly bads only. Rata :
91.00 par Una per month.
alike Panek. the brake and st-.tmmy
doctor. 171 South Commercial Street.
R. D. Barton Batteries Starter and
generator work. B45 Chemelceta at.
MOler Beauty Shop, dial 7253.
Senator Beauty 8hop. dial 5816.
BICTCLES, velocipedes new and
med. Harry W. Scott. 147 3. Om'l.
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 8753.
Telephone 4450. R. K. Northnes.
DR. CX. I SCOTT. PSC. Chiropractor.
256 N. High. Tet Rea. 8572.
WataM.be cleaners, foramerly Jap
anese cleaners. Suits 15c TeL 6590.
International Correspondence schools.
Business, technical courses. Bx. 168.
C. McQmtvray. Tel. 4123.
MRS. SNKIX3ROVB, 465 N. Cottage.
Tel. 7466. Hemstitching, 6e yanL
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Brelt
haupt. florist, 877 Court. TeL 6984.
AXX. kinds of floral stork. Luts Flor
ist. ICth at Market Tel. 66I2.
' Olssn Floor Co. Tel IHL
Fred Blatchford, mfg. of 'Dlstlnc-tl-e
Olftware," 111 a High St
Automobile G!asa Mirrors
WALTER J. IKJWNS
Phrn 6100 680 Bpya Ave., ...Sajem
fti X. High TeL 4947
We buy everything. CAPITAL BAR
OUN A JUNK CO., H. Steinbock.
mgr. Tel. 8312. 145 Center By the
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
til S. High TeL 1125
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything in Lux
TVphone 3t65 1264 Broadway
ruMrn.-a from factory to home.
Spring mattrtss $8.00. Renovators and
fumigalora Capital Bedding Co. Tel.
49C9. 2030 North CapltoL
New mattress made to order, old
temade; carpet cleaning, sl-ing; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag & Mat
tress Factory. 9- 13t Wilbur TeL
H n. Otto V. Zwlcteer. Est. 191T
OEO. C. WILL Pianos, radios, sew
Ijis machines, sheet muslo and Pano
studies. Repairing raaioe,
ana sewing m&cuuKs.
N A iPm, . SSSSB-Bi
t ....1 roltar In 12 wks. W. O.
Storhow. 430 Court with Stiffs.
Hawaiian. Span, guitars, mandolin,
if...i rn Nation. Prtv. and
dub lesTPrlscllla Melsstnger. Tst
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday sad Friday. 11 a, m.
t0. 4 p. m. Ui N. Commercial
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
wort Gratoer Bros.. Ill So. Liberty.
TeL 159. -
Lewis E. Net Income Tax. PubUc . Ac
counting. 209 Masonic Bldg. TeL 6644.
i-ii-i- urw. ' " "
V D. Clement, income tax reports,
audl'tmg. .installations JlnvUi Mt-
polntmerts. .rm. furn. house. Piano and else.
-S---- wash. $17. CaU at 462 State, room 10.
PRINTING Mod. bungalow at $0$ N. Cottage, on
. creek. Ideal for two. Fred Lang. Oar-
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph- Road.
lets. Dro trams, books or any kind of ,wwww
tTrin t ir callTte Statesman Printing For rent, 7 rm. w,odern horns at
Krtmnt 111 & Commercisl. Tele- ll5 Court street for $10.
Department, " WINNIE PETTTJOHN
phone Mimm m gouth High. Street
REAL ESTATE 185 N 1ttt 8treet 6 rooms modern,
w H. GRABENHORST CO. J 226 Oregon Balding JJJJ
124 S. Liberty St TeL 1411. o OPVT
gOCOUOFSKY A SON FOR REM
... - nir Ride. TeL 7107. omwwwww' .-
fOt-3 frlrst Nata BK. biog. f-r j r. aDt. private bath. $12
mo. Rooms $1.60 wk. $45 Marlon.
SiUI3 Poultry farm. For rent orvlease to
- sn. responstbls tenant. 17 acre 5 acres
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves targe I room house, electrto
for sal a, rebuilt and repaired. All wire( poultry bouse lor 800 chickens,
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and bwtJn an4, nof. house. Own reservoir,
pUta. bop baskets, hooks, tog" books. water piped over pr- misci
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 112 Foar miles from Salem, Ore. Ad-
Chemetteta. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming, grews H. care Statesman. - -
WELL DRILLING WANTED TO RENT
UL-n-.-.nriri- - -- ------ --
It A. West, 10 years sxpertsaos. Desk room w x uss of phone. Box
fjLFO g. Bos lit A TeL 110FI. 111, ease Statsstnaa,
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 221
State St. TeL T7T3. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty.
, Get our rates.
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 1131. Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland daily.
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tion al advertising. It far
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classifica
tion. SITUATIONS WANTED
Exp. girl wants fcsewrfc TeL 0910.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR 8 A LB Old papers 1!e a boo-
ue staiesmas oence.
Buy Crasy Crystals at Salem's new
store in aew Bitgb uidg. lis s. High.
4-wheel trailer home.
quick sale. 344 N. 18th.
Forced to sell at once entire 6 room
house of furniture. Including daven
port and chair, ruga, waL dining set.
beoroom sets, eiec. range, ana many
other Items. 1220 Chemeketa.
Electric washer to trade for wood.
1139 Waller St
New trailer house, 1931 Zenith ra
dio. Trade for used furniture. 735 N.
Permanent waves for wood or what
have you. Model Beauty Parlor.
WANTED A meat counter. Hol
lywood Market 2082 N. CapltoL
Best hafr rwt. Adults 20c, children's
15a 303 S. Winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Desirable sleeping rooms. Close In.
Reasonable. TeL 5977.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board-and room for ladles. TeL 6671
room, reasonable. Tel.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
2 room furn. spt. 1109 Oak St
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patton s book store.
2 R. apt..
Furn. apt. lights, water, heat, gar-
ags, ns.es, 275 N. 20th.
Furo. I room apt.. 2261 HareL Tel.
I Clean, reduced, fur.-unfur. TeL 7221.
Warm apartments, 1040 Leslie.
Beautifully furnished 3-room. H. W.
heat, elec refrlg., garage, $27.50 to
$25. 'Phone 6164
i-ate bath, heat,
light and water.
TeL 4194. 690 N.
Small firm, apt, bath, 690 Union.
Furn. and unfurn. houses, R. i
Forkner, 1610 N. Cottage. TeL I0IL
4 R. turn, house, modern except
basement TeL 5977.
Fur. f R mod. house, reasonable.
Otto Hunt. TOO Cross.
6 -room modern house, 1172 Stats.
Garage and small house. Inquire 1021
N. 16th or TeL szie.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Improved II acres for sals by ows-
r, Rt t. Box 4T. S&l em. ,
SPECIAL HOME BARGAINS
$4500. New modern up to data horns.
complete In every way, rood loca
tion, near school and bus Una,
$500. down will handle.
$1350. Five room plastered bungalow
noma with sleeping porch, in gooa
condition, only $50. down, baL $1$.
per ma to Include Int.
3000. Five room bungalow, plastered,
with full cement basement, fur
nace, cor. lot, paved at, near Les
lie school, $40. down, baL $20.
$1500. Good four room plastered home
on paved st near bus line, is
down. baL $14.75 Dsr ma
$2750. Lata built modern 4 room home
with two bedrooms, run cement
basement, furnace, fireplace, hard
wood floors, paved at!, near bus
line, good location In S. Salem.
Will aeU like rent. SEE IT TO
DAY. W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
134 S. Liberty Street Phone 14 (I.
2 ACRES WITH 0 RM. MODERN
bungalow on Wallace Road: fruit, nut
trees and nice creek, $3500, TeL
1U -acres close in with new 4-R.
houH. Has rood water system, lights.
basement and garage. $2300 with
20-acres of good land with C-R.
house, large bam and chicken house,
not far out Will trade for horn In
Nice little 4-R. house, only $1210,
with $50 down.
BECHTEL or THOMASON
241 State Street
- ri n nnnnnriri'i" n -i1 ----
6 rms. and breakfast nook, double
plumbing, furnace, fireplace, garage,
variety large fruit trees, near stats
17$ Sooth High Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Clear $2500 home to trade for dear
acreage. Damon. $97 N. ComL
FOR SALE OR WiLL EXCHANGE
vnn SALEM HOME
2 acre tract not far out on good
road, S room plastered house like
new, fireplace, good plumbing, electric
lights, telephone, gas. mail route, wat
er system, garage, woodshed and
chicken coop. Price $2800 with terms.
CHILD S MILLER, Realtors
844 State 8treet Phone $708
FOR SALE FARMS
10-acres $2700.00. 12-A. cult. 2000
cord good 2nd-growth fir, running wa
ter, good pasture. New 4-R. house,
new barn. 2x3 poultry house, I
horses, cow. heifer, bay and Imple
ments. This la a snap. Forced sale.
TRADE FOR LESS ACREAGE
22-A. 20-A. cult, spring, fair bulld-
inn. nrlce 14500. Located 5 "A miles
east Trade for smaller place.
JA8. D. SEAKa, Keaitor
132 South High Street
A nrsaa erst nrralns 2 beautiful acres.
I 5-R. house lots of fruit $500 cut la
1 price now $1900, terras.
1 acre mile east city limits, new -room
house, garage, small barn, con
veniently financed. $3000 takes it
5 unimproved acres north and cioee
for $1600 can use good car.
Several houses for rent
Melvin Johnson - W. M. Pennington
275 State Street
t nrra tract IV, miles out good
road. lis. electric lights, drove welL
rfclokan rnnrm for 300 hens. Part lum
ber for building a house. iTlce onry
A.to &ira nn naved road, small 8
room house, electric lights, drove welL
Price only $900, part terms.
CHILDS MILJICK, Keaiiors
S44 State Street Phone 0701
WANTED REAL ESTATE
T tinvn a. huver for a first class
rtalrv farm, n refer bottom land, will
ing to assume large mortgage, must 4
be priced rignt. ee me once
175 South High Street
WANTED FROM OWNER Im
proved acreage, not over 60 acres.
Must be bargain. Address Box 121.
I have some inquiries for places, 10
to 60 acres. They want depression
prices. Let me call and see what you
H. C. SHIELDS
Oretron Bldg, Tel. 8901
Iror rant, service stanon e
Qood looation for auto wrecking busl-
For rant service station and garage.
ness. TeL 3591.
RAISE ANGORA WOOLERS
Let us place you la a pis. sant sad
HILLCREST ANGORA CO.
TeL 1151 Rl I, Box II.
Pac. Hwy. H mile bo. or aawm
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Rnh chicks Hanson strain Whits
Leghorns. Rhode Island Reds, Barred
ilHMM, " - ,
I W1' Vfjnl"e': J.?d
chicks at low prlcea. Order early. Cus
tom hstchlng. 2HO per egg. kudt u
Woodward. Routs 9, box stis, to.
Kirov Nash guarantees satisfaction
on all Uvs stock. Auction sales depot.
FOR SALE 10 horses, I mules, I
cows. Ill N. Front
WANTED Horse, about 111 lbs.
Rt 2. Box 65, Turner, Ore,
ijasiSLJsjLXJ-tAjXlsXUxrij' jruLfuhi' 1
Ponltrr wanted. Salem Poultry Co
256 B. Miller. Phono B70i.
MONEY TO LOAN
MADS ea furniture, ears, salaries
or other gooa security, iwparuw
monthly. When ta financial need ess
us before closing a loan.
Blrmt National Bank Bids. Ptoae III!.
POLLY AND HER
'vvkStSWsWh JSrYB VtUSTNTT W TOO X
MONEY TO LOAN
'Bells of Harmony'
Haard ever KOIN dally
rtng out loaa service that
is really, really different
TOO GET THE PULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS fit to $20
Room 110 New BUgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
111 State St TeL l-T-4-0
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yout payments
Yon keep the rax
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Libert St. and Ferry
Fhode 47S2 Saiam. Ore.
Borrow on personal DroDertr: re Day
In monthly lrrStallmenta. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO.. 8tate lie S-119. 101
Guardian Bldg. TeL $177.
FOR SALE WOOD
Old fir any length. TeL 0710.
4 ft oak wood. $5.00 delivered
city. TeL 4141.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oaj
and fuel oil. Call ea as for prices. We
give gooa measure, gooa quality and
liAMIER TRANSFER s 8TORAOE
Ash. fir and oak. TeL S04S.
Na 1 10 In. old fir, $4. TeL 4410.
10 in. dry 2nd fir. $2.60 per load.
Planer ends $2.60 per load, at Tracy
Old fir $4 cd. TeL $022.
W old fir. Priced right TeL lilt.
GUARANTEED DRT wood ooal
TeL 6000 Salem rual Co. Trade
Dry wood that Is dry. Call 11IF2I.
Seasoned 10 In. oak. $1 full cord.
Phone 5 8KB.
FOR SALE USED CARS
VALLEY MOTOR COMPANY
At the Used Car Center
A Car for Every Pun
70 to Choose From
1131 Ford Coupe $295.00
1931 Ford Roadster
1120 Ford Tudor
1920 Ford Coups
1919 Ford Tudor
1920 Ford Coups
19ZS Ford Phaeton
1921 Franklin Sedan
1929 Whippet Coups
1930 Chevrolet Coupe
1929 Durant Roadster
1927 Dodge Sedan
1921 Buiclc Std. Coops
1920 Buiclc Roadster
1925 Dodge Roadster
1931 Model AA-157" w t truck 449.00
1929 Model AA-157" w b truck 195.00
1932 Chevrolet Panel Delivery 150.00
15 CARS UNDER 150.00
SEE CHARLIE OR LARRY
At Liberty & Marlon Sta, Salem, Ore.
Private owner, has 2 cars, must sell
1; Chev. '30 Spt Cpe., $19$. Can be
seen at McKay's garage.
MCKAY'S USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
Dodge Touring .. $ 35.00
1931 Chrysler Sedan
1929 Essex Coupe .
1921 Vlelte Sedan
1921 Stude Sedan
1929 Ford Tudor Sedan
1929 Ford Fordor Sedaa
1929 Dodee "6" Coupe
1929 Buiclc Standard Htxlan iss.oo
1925 Touring - 25.00
1927 Sedan a good one 100.00
1959 Coupe, excellent condition 246.00
1929 Landau Sedan looks like
1930 Sport Roadster - 276.00
1932 Special Sedan 585.00
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
332 Center St. Ph. 2129. 420 N. Comt
WANTED USED CARS
Cash for 1930 or 21 Ford or Chev.
clotted model. Tel. 2592,
Young and Old at
Sports of Winter
DETROIT, Feb. 1. The annual
, - ... . . , n
sport of skiing has been la full
swing the past week on the old
Knutson slide, and is being enjoy
ed by young and old In the Detroit
vicinity. Some skillful akllers
among the local residents Include
Charlie Glebler. Rol Morris. Huck
Gions and Harry Brooker.
Several men are at the Breltea
bush hot spring looking after the
buildings there during the heavy
SALEM YOUTH HONORED
8TAYTON, Feb. 1. Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Miaaler entertained a
group ot Salem young people Sun
day, the occasion being the birth
day ot Pat Campbell. Mlaa Joyce
Anderson wag a guest at a birth
day dinner and later additional
guests. Misses Phyllis Hanger and
Dorothy Krebbs and Dick Derers
and Charles Heltsel came tor the
ICRS. FOLTZ UNDER KNIFK
STATTON, Feb, 1. Mrs. Ed
lnltw of thai Jnrdaa smctlasi was
operated upon at the local hospl-
tal Monday for gall atones.
EXPORT OF ALFALFA
SEED SETS RECORD
Argentine Flaxseed Yield
Is low; Range Assured
For Stock men
CORVALLIS. Or.e., Feb. 1.
(AP) Heavy exports of alfalfa
sa4 with some price advances, a
reduced flaxseed crop In Argen
tine, and improved weather con
ditions la some sections for crop
and livestock men are reported
today In a miscellaneous market
reylew by the TJ. 3. D. A. bureau
of agricultural economics cooper
ating with the O. S. C. extension
Exports of alfalfa seed have
reached record proportions since
the failure of the seed crops In
France and Italy. For the calen
dar year just closed the exports
amounted to 1.564.641 pounds
compared with the five-year ave--rage
of only 8 10,4 4 S pounds. Of
ferings from Kansas and Oklaho
ma have about ceased and some
advances in price have been
Both yield and quality ot the
Argentine flaxseed crop are low
this year. The first official esti
mates ot production indicated a
crop ot about S3 million bushels,
alch la somewhat lower than
previous trade estimates. This la
the smallest crop since 1929 and
only about CO per cent of the
Favorable weather continued
over most of the winter grain
area this past week though snow
protection is still lacking in most
sections. Generous rains in Call
fornia and Arizona where mois
ture was badly needed was the
outstanding development west of
the Rockies. Stock men are in
better spirits as range is assured.
though for the time being winter
ranges are snow covered and some
stock are suffering from lack ot
feed. Unreasonable cold and
heavy frosts are bothering grow
era in the southern part ot Cal
Onion Sets are
PORTLAND. Feb. 1. (AP)
Increase in the live chicken sup
ply was so generally expected to
day that most kiVers were quot
ing the low bur.? price estab
lished yesterday. The movement
however was surprising inasmuch
as fully half of it consists ot heavy
While the usual first of the
month dullness was suggested in
country killed meats during the
day, top quality lambs were in
very liberal call with prices main
talned. Only medium cows were
There was a real scarcity ot
onion seta. Local prices were firm
er to higher and generally no low
er than 7c pound even In large
lots. Demand was already appear
Honor Students at
Aurora School For
Last Month Listed
AURORA, Feb. 1. Those ap
pearing on the honor roll of the
Aurora school are:
first grade. Wilms Mars. Deasld Tar-
borough. IHatld MandariHe. Ronald Mea
ning; second, Rosotta Dy Foes, Clifford
Holmes; third. Charles Killer, C-arloia
Hamblet, Alfred Kaorr: fourth, Jeaa Say
der. Versa ateiL Leland Armstrong, James
Eudrew, Walter Celvia; fifth. Ida Kerr;
sixth, Keaaeta Oilbertsea. Carl Snyder;
seventh. Eernies Milev. Frederick Schnei
der. Kalph Adams. Opal Burkaelder, Gil-
Sort aunt, Sdlta cneseii, Francis urea,
Dorothy Armstrong ; eighth, Donald Tars,
Lais Maaneea. Hsrjery Stephens. sthe
ya Has, real Arnold, sober Hurst, Har
Hires Teacher Again
JEFFERSON. Jan. II. At a
special meeting of the school
board of Mlllersburg it was de
cided to retain the present teach
er. Mlaa Bertha MUlhollen of Al
bany, tor another year. There are
14 pupils carolled la the achooL
The directors are Earl Murdock,
Albert Johnson and Floyd Fish
er. Mrs. A. D. Gregory Is clerk
of the district.
HUBBARD, Feb. 1. The civics
class of the high school attended
the state legislature Wednesday
with Us teacher. Eugene Sllke.
The members of the class are Gar
field Yoget, Beatrice Claypool,
John Pattea, Crawford Bates, Da-
Til McArthar, Uarjotie Friend.
Rath Colemaa. Dorothy icKey,
Marjorie Wolf sr. L4lllaa Zelinka.
Mtmmle Jones, Lucille Zehner and
Taw Takes InTentorr
GRAIN TAKES DOWNHILL T R E ND
EGGS TO DROP ONE CENT TODAY
Affected by Canadian!
CHICAGO, Feb. 1. (AP) In
stability ot the New York stock
market and also ot Canadian cur
rency went hand in hand today
with an Irregular downward trend
of prices for grain.
Big export buying of Canadian
wheat failed to act as more than
a temporary counterbalance. In
the general overturn of grain
values, the oats market outdid the
season's bottom price record.
Wheat closed nervous U-H
cent under yesterday's finish, corn
- down, oats off.
Today s closing quotations:
Wheat May, 47U-; July.
47-Vs; September. 484-.
Corn May, 25-2: July.
. . ' . I
7H-: September, 28,
Oats May. 11; July, 16;
PORTLAND. Ore.. Fab. 1. (AP
Prodnce exchange, cat prices: Butter
Extras 10c, standards 18c, prime firsts
lie, lints lve. Ecr lrask extras l,
aeai-BU II 14c
POBTLAJfD. Or.. Tab. 1. (AP
Wkeat Opea Hick Lew Close
Mar 48 48 4SU 45
Jalr 45 40 Vt 48
Uaib witeat S. 1 Bir Bead bloaitesi
54: dark hard winter. 12 par cast 62 H.
11 per cent 50H: soft white, hard win
ter 43 ; northern spring, westers white
43; westar red 41.
Oati No. t whits $18.50.
Con Me. 2K yellow S17.5S.
MUlrua Staadard 111.
PORTLAND. Ore- Pen, 1. (AP
Cattle Beceintl 60. calves 10: alow.
Steers. 650 te 90O pounds. K4 14.76-
8.25. mediant 14-4.76. common 68-4: 909
te 1100 pounds, good 64.25-5. medium
62.75-4.25, common 2.75-8.7I; 1100 te
1800 poonuj, goed 93.Bs-4.Z5. medium 65
3.85. Heifers. S50 to 750 pounds, good
84.50-4.75. common medium 13.35 4.60;
754 te 90 pounds, food-choice I4-4.5S,
eoamoa-medlum sa-4. ve a. gooa ss.sa
3.60. cam men-medium I2.t5-S.35. lew cut-
tar and cuuer I1-S.2S. Bulla, yearlings
exeiueea. gooa teeei; ss.so-z.ia, eunor-
meaiusa ss.su-z.ita. voaisrs, a;ooa-caaice
15-5.50, medium 18.75-5, eull-comsaea -8.75.
Oalvea 250 to 500 pounds, roed-
ehoice 63.T5-6, common-medium S3-I.7&
Hags Boeoipta SM; steady.
Ldcht lichu. 150 to 160 pounds, good'
choice. 13.25-4. Lightweights. 160 to ISO
pounds, 13.85-4: 180 te 200 pounds.
13.85-4. Medium weight, 300 to 220
pounds. 83.25-4: 220 te 250 pounds, II
3.85. Heavyweight, 250 te 280 pounds,
83-3.75: 290 to 350 pounds. 12.75 3.50.
Parking sows. 275 te 350 pounds, good
12.50 3. S50 to 425 pounds 62.50-8. 423
to 550 ponnds 82.30 3: 275 te 550
pounds, medium 62. 50 -2.75. Feeder and
stocker pigs. 70 to 130 pounds, gooa
Sheep end lambs Receipts 75; steady.
Lambs, 90 pounds down, good-choice
85.23-5.75. common-medium S3.S0-6.ZS
Yearling wethers. 90 to 110 pounds, good
choice 63-4. medium 62 3. Ewes. 90 te
120 pounds, good-choice 11.50-3, 120 te
150 pounds SI. 25-1-75, au weignts com'
moa-medium 75c f 1.25.
PORTI-AVD. Ore.. Feb. 1. (AP
Butter Prints, 93 score or bettor 21e
pound, standards 20c-
Xggs Pneifis Poultry Producers' sell
ing priees; Fresh, extras 19a, sUndards
lie, mediums ia.
Country aseata Selling price to retaU-
ers: l'euatry-KUiea aogs. sees eicaoTu,
under 150 pounds. 6-5 Ho; vealers, 60 te
100 pounds, IH-: lamfee 10-lle. year
Hats 6c. heavy ewes 8-4e, easaer sows
2-Se. balls 4-4 He.
Nate Oregon walnuts is-ise pouno,
peanuts 10a. Brasila 1314c. nlmends 16-
lSa, Ulberts zo-zae, pecans sue.
Caaaara bark Baying price, iJ3 peeu
Hope Nominal. 1933. 24-36.
Butterfat Direst te shippers: Station.
15-iee: Portland delivery prices, churn
ing cream 16-17S, sweet cream higher.
Lire poultry Buyiag prlee: Heavy
hens, colored. 4 pounds. 12s; do me
diumt 10c; lights lse; springs, light.
13c; heavy 13c; eld roosters 5e; ducks,
Pskin, eld S-lOe; geeae Sa.
Oaions SolKag price to retailors: Ore
gon 80-96e ceatol. Taklasa Spaalsa l
1.1 1 eeatoL
Pete tees LeeaL 66-75a eraago bos;
Desshstes Oesas 95o-l-16. Takima Gams
WseJ 1632 ells, sesslsal: WtUamette
vaUev II 15a pound, eastera Oregoa
Hay be yia g price tress prod near: ai
falf. aiLSS-Ht a la or. 69-6.60: eastera
Orea a tiasethy. 1154 est and vetch.
Remodeling of Dorm
t" Starts at Valsetz
VALSETZ. Feb. 1. Work be
gan here Monday on remodeling
the lf-room dormitory ot Cobbs
ft Mitchell, formerly occupied by
the teachers. The root was com
pletely cared la last week by the
The house where Charlie Alg
rtch lived cared la Sunday from
the weight of snew oa the roof.
CHOlIl CONCERT MARCH 15
8IX.VERTON. Feb. 1. The
Methodist choir voted at Its Mon
day nirht meeting to give a mid
week studio broadcast concert
March IS. Mrs. F. J. Roubal, di
rector ot the senior choir, is in
charge ot arrangements.
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, 11.88 per
Surplus f 1.10
(stilk bated oa sesU meatkly
Butterfat Sweet, 18c;
Prices pais te trowrs Sy Sales barer
(The orices kelo. aooulieS ov s local
grocer, ere isdicatie t tee daily aurkt
bat are - gnaranteea er iae kuutnui
raOIT UD YBUSTAX-JEB
Carrots. Csllt. crste 2.1$
Graea frvpn, Calif., lb. J
Peas. Calit lb, - .is
fee-1 ASt 4 A
Oelont, dot. baacbes
rota tees, Taki-va No. 1
.76 te 108
6ae4 sotateea. crate
Celerv aaarta. dor.
LeUnce. UaMt. i.uimi.
Tomatoes,' heUtease, crate . 64
Oniees. Walla Wall .85
Onions. Lablss, cwt. .o
Danish saaash. so. . .is
Hsbbard acnaah, lb. .01
Parsnips, hundred 1.50
Northera Spy , , -65
Ortlevs ... .65
Joasthsns ... -65
CaaliQewar. Calif., ante
Rutabagas, hundred .
Cranberries, retail, lb.
Oranfes, p.p. ..
Oranges, fancy .,
.6.00 te 4.00
Beeta. Calif doa.
Turaipe. Oalif., crate
Spinach, caul., crate
Pars! amon a. retail .
Grapes. Calif, S lbs
Top. 1982. Is.
Top. 1931. la.
Colored hens .
.07 te .06
Light fryers .
J 9 te .07
Hogs, top ...
Hogs, xirst cuts
01 to .04
01 to X3
i Hcif ers
rl to .08
.02 to .02
Dressed veal, top
QSAXH AHT HAT
Wheat, western red
White, Ke. 1
Barley, top, toa
Oats, white, toa
Oats, grey, top, toa
Hit. buvtne oneel
Oats and vetch, toa 9.00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, valley, lat cut. 10. 00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, eaatera Oregon 14.50
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright, 19S3, Staadard 8 ts Us tics Ce.)
SO 20 20 SO
tad'ls 8-R's Ct's Totsl
Today 50.3 28.6 84.7 53.0
Previous day 52.4 29.4 87.9 55.1
Week ago 53.6 29.1 91.1 56.4
Tear age 2.S 36.7 99.8 6541
3 year are 181 4 133.7 229.4 182.1
High 133S 55.3 80.0 95.8
Lew 1938 60.8 2S.1 84.7
High 1932 72.8 89 8 111.0
Lew 1933 35.1 13.2 51.8
New 1938 low.
20 29 20 60
IndMs RB's Ut's Total
Today 64.0 S9.6 88.1 70. S
Previous day 64.6 05.7 82.8 71.2
Week sro 64.8 63.S 83.9 70.7
Tear ago 68.0 74.9 82.4 75a
3 years age 92.9 104.7 97.9 98.5
High 19S8 6.t 65.7 85.2 72.0
Lew 1938 63.0 50.2 82.8 68.1
Hlrh 1931 71.8 T8.0 881 78.1
Low 1931 ns-s or.a iu. oi.n
HAS FINGER REMOVED
SUVER. Feb. 1 Jack Country
man had a finger on his right
hand removed Saturday at Cor
vallls. While working for W. J.
Kerr some time ago he hurt his
hand badly, and had been trou
bled with blood poison ever since.
I Bits for Breakfast
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side of the Connecticut river and
came across the river to the New
Hampshire side to our school. I
also knew him in Boston. . . . .
(Burnslde street. Portland, was
named for him.) I decided to try
farming, as I came to Oregon
with the Idea ot farming." (Here
is described the bachelor's home
stead adjoining A. F.'s brother
Henry's place, with a one room
house built of fir poles; no cell
ing. A shake was knocked off
over the head of the bed to get
air. This was the first home ot
the A. F. Browns in Oregoa. He
was homesick; wished himself
back at Saratoga Springs; but
Mrs. Brown had regained her
health and so liked Oregon, and
was never homesick. A good crop
was raised, mostly oats, but prices
were down, oats 26c a bushel, and
the year's profits were about $25.
after the threshing bfll was paid.)
Butter Shortage is
PORTLAND Feb. 1. (AP)
Announcement was made "by the
Pacific cooperative poultry pro
ducers ot a drop of le doien la
the price of eggs effective Thurs
day morning. This was in ne
with sales already being made by
some interests. The new list will
be: Extras 15c. standards 14c.
mediums 14c dosen.
PORTLAND. Feb. 1. (AP)
Market for eggs was inclined to
show more er less of a waiting
tone. Debate as to whether the
price will be held at the present
level with 16e paid to co-ops for
New York extras was gettms
warm but the general opinion was
that such a price cannot be main
tained. However, there was no
change in the price named by
Cash buyers have cut tneir
price to 14c tor extras, which ap
pears in line with the lowest tsiuo
Ideas of the trade. Storage opera
tions were said to have started In,
the local territory.
Receipts are increasing at all
Tbere was a pronounced snort-
si- of butter ot fresh chanting
L the Pacific slope states with.
asnseouent heavier withdrawal
from store. Price locally were
Quite well held. Butterfat was
SMT BENDS TO
NEW YORK. Feb. 1 (AP)
A stock market that had been ra
ther impervious to recent newa
trenerallr branded as unfavorable.
finally bent today under a rr
dividend changes and the assump
tion in speculative quarters that
other revisions might follow.
Numerous net losses of 1 to 5
points measured Wall streefa
mood of the moment. Seliinp,
VI.1. ..,,,VJ rnlnma nn tn 1 -
I wuiv.u o u .v.uu.w " - "
1J9.740 shares, was concentrsu-a
in the afternoon dealings.
TJ. S. Steel's senior shares, oft
4 points on the first transao
tion, stiflened a trifle, then ex
tended their early dip to about S
points. New Jersey Standard had
an extreme break of 45i points
and closes 3Ti lower. Dru? loet a
American Telephone took a
3 point tumble, catting thct
drop to 2 74 net.
Rails, on the whole, did reas
onably well, considering the def
inite downward trend elsewhere.
New York Central and Union Pa
cific sagged a point, but other
wise changes were largely frac
tional for the carriers and some
closed higher. Utilities showed
decided heaviness, especially Con
solidated Gas, North American
and Public Service of New Jersey
which yielded around 2 points
each. American Tobacco "B"
GRANGE TO MEET
MACLEAY, Feb. 1. The Mac
leay grange will hold its Febru
ary meeting Friday night. Mrs.
F. Bowers and Mrs. A. Bowea
will have charge' of the refresh
ments. THTTXSDAT. 7 SBTJAST t
0LB Portland 940 JLc
1:200.8.0. fans extension talk.
7:00 KOiM Kleck.
8:30 CBS program.
9:00 Baddy Harred's orchestra. CB.
9 :30 Oomcort Miniatures. CB1
10:00 George BeU's err-estra. CBS.
ll:O0 Texas Bangor. CBS.
11:15 American Muaeum. CBS.
11:30 Americaa School e( the Air, CEO.
1:00 feminine Fancies, DLBS.
1:00 hUai e Thst cHHsfies.
6:15 Smith BaUow orchestra, CBS.
T:O0 CBS program.
80 Columbia Sympaeay. CBS.
1:10 Isham JoaeV orchestra, CBS.
9:15 Usknewa Heads. X.T.
8:30 Dorothy DU Drasutisatiea, Jour
10:15 Sport riashee.
10:80 aUZh-oy's Greater Oregoaiaaa,
EOAO CorvsXUs 550 X.
7:00 Mentor ateditstloas, lea by Bwv.
kL K. Stocker.
13:00 Paras hear.
2 :se Bettor Health sad Longer Life.
8:00 Kildrod Cham bar la la "PWtmre
1:30 The Hesse tardea.
4:30 Cease for a Walk Stories ier
the childraa by Oregoa liens t
6:10 Pans hear.
7:10 Hunting sai risk lag CeaeUUeas
la Ore son by the stats gasss
T:4l Review C Vow Books.
6 :00 Caireraltr sf Oragoa Ks-esls.
By CUFF STERRETT
1 Program ,