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$1.00 per lint per
rrTpanek. the braVa and shimmy
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"jier Peauty Shop, dial 7851.
"senator Beauty Shoo, dial 5818.
J. Harry W. Scott. 147 a ComX
""Burt crary, the caterer. Ph. CTta,
Telephone 4450. R. K. Northness.
Dil SCOTT. PSa Chiropractor,
lit it. High. TeL Rea 8573.
International Correspondence schoola
FalneH. technical courses. Bx. 166.
C McGllllvray. TeL 4128.
MRS SNELGROVE. 465 N. Cottage.
,L 74. Hemstitching. So yard.
nrpTkr 431 S- Cottage. Upper flat.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decoration a F. Brett
haupt. florist. 677 Court. Tel. 6904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
et, icth & Market TeL 9693.
Qen Floor Co. TeL 9UL
Automobile Glass Mirrors
WALTER J. DOWNS
o 5108 680 Breya Ave., Salem
H N. High
W buy everythlns;. CAPITAL BAR-
r.nv JUNK CO- H. Stelnbock.
hkt. TeL 1912. 14 i Center By the
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE W EIDER LAUNDRY
: 3. Hlau Tel. fill
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
w Wash Everrthlns In Lux"
TMrphone Sl5 124 Broadway
Miitmwi from factory to homa.
Bourns mattresa 18.00. Renovators and
(nn ininn Run cleaned. CaDltal Bea-
din? Co. TeL 4069. 2020 W. CapltoL
New mattress mad to order, old
remade: carpet cleaning, aixins; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag a Mat
tress I'aetorv. 8. 13th Wilbur. TeL
SMI Otto F. Zwlcker. Est 1911.
c.v.ct. r will Pianos, radios, aew-
inr mni-tiinu ihul fnuste and piano
studies. Repairing radloa, phonographs
and sewing machines. z saw owwv
Learn steel guitar tn 13 wks. W. O.
Str.ri.uw. 450 Court wun Btirrs.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Oa.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, u a.
te 4 p. m. 140 N. CommerciajL
wire Fox Terriers, 1590 Center.,
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and geueral repair
work. Graber Bros ISO Sa Liberty.
Lewis E. Neet Income Tax. PubUo Ac
counting, 209 Hasonlo BKW. tw. esse.
fr-fm sTATinvF.RT. rrda namoh-
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call Tha Statesman Printing
Department, ill & Commercial. Tele-
pnone 91Q1. '
RECKS a HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W H OR A RKMHOR3T a CO.
11 S. Uberty St TeL 6418.
ROCOLOFSKY A RON
204 5 First Nat'L Bk. Bldg. TeL T07.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds ot woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, books, logan books.
Salem Fence end Stove Works, 812
Chemkta. TeL 4T74. R. B Fleming.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 224
8 tat. at TeL 7773. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specially.
"et our rates,
FOR local or distant transfer storage.
can S1SL Larmer Transfer Ok Tracks
;o wtiawd daily. -
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ceived after this time will
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Too Late to Classify.
Tha Statesman assumes
ao financial responsibility
tor errors which may ap
pear la advertisements pub
lished in Its columns, and
la eases where this paper Is
at taalt will reprint that
part ot an adTertisement In
which tha typographical
The Statesman raservee
the right to reject objee
Uonal advertising. It far
ther reserve the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classifica
tions. SITUATIONS WANTED
Exp, woman wants work. TeL 4275.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SiLB-nt un in. . k
alo. Statesman nffW
- - - -i'i' n f i mi -
SOS BOXSS Yakima DallnJnua innlM
Special 69o Box. Free dellverv li,r.
Ran Cider Works, West Salem.
FOR SALE or trade A-l refriaer-
ator. Perfect conditlon.TeL 4633.
Oregon corn shelled and dried, f la
ton. Reasonable delivery. TeL 5489.
i. -r rin.i-ir.rrui " jlt
noma canned fruit 15c ner oL Can
2090 & Church St
FOR SALE Grocery store fixtures!
Salem Grocery, 477 Court St
FOR SALE S piece walnut bed
room suite cheap. Phone 4879.
Red clover seed for sale. Mrs. J. H.
Rice, Rt 1. Box 1S7.
FOR SALE Cheap, manicure table.
lamp, 1 stools and shampoo tray. TeL
Cash for fruit Jara. TeL SS9S.
Best hair cut Adults 20c child., lie
I Two blocks S. of library, S. Winter.
Wet wash. 21 lbs. 60c Call 6070.
1105-2259 MONTH. Government fu
ture lobs. Men women, 1S-50. Steady
work. Sample coaching full descrip
tion and list Jobs FREE. Apply to
day. Box 1274L, care Statesman.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Pleasant llfht, heated rooms tn
modern home. 196 S. 16th St
I ROOM AND BOARD
Board. Steam heat $2t. TeL
room, running water, 045
For ladles close to Capital Bldg.
$20 and up. 1371 Chemeketa.
Table board and rooms for ladles.
757 Center St TeL 5678.
Room, board, ladles, 814. Tel. 7313
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patton'a book store.
3 R. apt. 3201 HazeL TeL
Apia. 91 v 10 i uui .
S rtn. turn. aDL. furnace heat, vary
. . . . . n a . r -, 1 1
attractive, Adults. 1064 Oak.
Nh", firm, heated apt 590 Union.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Fum. and unfurn. houses. R. A.
Forknor. 1010 N. Cottage. TeL 301L
4 R. turn, house.
basement TeL 5977.
Houses to rent $7 to $17 ma In
quire 490 N. CapltoL
f R. turn. Adults. 774 Trade,
Very attractive modern late built
homo, complete in every detail, wun
I .un iwmifL dauble srarage.
wonderful view, located m
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
134 South Liberty Street
4 room modern furnished nousewim
rtffk snaco to rent reasonable.
Phone, beat supplied-
H. MX. JbAXVUJU
30t Na High Phoa 907.
ATTRACTIVE SMALL I ROOM
tTATTQCI TWO JI'HKS. uuia ur
PPNT OR SELL 80 L'ABUUo
DRIVE KINGWOOD HEIGHTS.
Small house partly turn. 2430 Dee
wvm RUNT New modern room
house, garage. Dial n.
isu i ti ri pear good town.
I Bldgs fields, pasture, orchards. Phone
I - - sssswj
Oanure and service sta. Tel. 3593.
FOR SALE Real Estate
SNtP FDR (JAStl
nnjt ira ro&m nlastered homo In a
in.tinn. full cement basement
11256. cash for IMMEDIATE
SALE. . mn,Maii . m
aa ama with good buUdings. oast
a.i wfll trade far Salem or
Portland homo. 12 3-4 acres with all
kinds of fruit Price $1600. Trade for
galea property. , ....
IB. house north Salem, only 1500
terms Hke rent , ,
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 SUts Street
mt ' " " 11 :ll,'"'l,w
. '.m mam itiitNd homo with
JT ZZ-1 it nil Nebraska
8t Prion lisse- easn. xms rv-'-worth
considerable more money. LOOK
m- .SrM TM VUWMU
, The Panama-Padflo exposition
opened It years ago.
Foster L. 6dora, local contract
or, who l building a bridge near
Astoria, returned to Salem Satur
day. Odom said that ha came
homa to take advantage of the
25e haircuts. ...
Watch The Statesman for an-
test. wa con"
im taxes paid by tha Oregon
Washington Water Service com
pany for Marion county amounted
to over $21,000.
FOR SALE Real EstaU
a rm&. neat kmu kh. . . - -
' u uiua arm
month tadudin, interert. ?lB
nna. very clone in, furnace, hwd.
" South High Street
.... SACRIFICE SALE
1100.00 down and balance 220 00 Mr
wfl? lQi "tere.ttV p.rc
... acr" locaUd on main
Pacific hghway, 1 miles from can
ttr 1 8J5L,em' old house and barn, or-r(-
Thia plaoa la below valui. If
fon ra looking to buy below today's
rnarketdon't fan to se thia tract No
trade. Price only $2000 00
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
134 South .Liberty Stret
Buys fiva acres aU plow land lo
cated 4 miles out near Paclflo high
way, on good gravel road and light
Una. A real place to build.
X.4I acres with three room house,
chicken house, garage, 4 miles out,
near Pacific highway. $100 down, bal
See us for bargains.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO..
134 a Liberty St Phone 6401 or TOTS
Grow your own 10 fine acres Just
3 miles out I R. house, large chicken
house, 3 acres of filberts, lots of
fruit splendid soil price only $3100.
A beautiful 3 acre tract, all kinds of
fruit rood garden, neat S room house,
garage, chicken house, beautiful view
for only $2250 on terms.
tt acres 3 miles out: I B hause,
lota of fruit, good well, gravel road
a real snap for $850.
Melvln, Johnson W. M. Pennington
9 375 State Street
a fc- iiJJVVyVV'Uifl
$10,000 for $8,500
One of Salem's finest homes at bar
gain price, large corner lot with beau
tiful shrubs, flowers, pool, etc. House
has T largo rooms with oak floors,
fireplace and decorated walla, 3 sets
plumbing. In fact everything to com
plete a modern home.
Be sure to see this Place is clear
and can be purchased with easy
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
CHXLD3 A MILLER, Realtors
344 State Street Phone 0708
SU A I rooms. City limits
Fruits, nuts, chickens. R. 7, Box 11,
EXCHANGE Real Estate
4 A. Ketxer bottom. rm. bouse,
lights, plumbing, family orcaard.
Price $3000. Win consider tnun
171 A., about 25 under cultivation. baL
fine timber, running water, tstoek
and equipment goea with plase at
14500. Trade for small acre re.
21 A. close to Salem, some thnber.
spring, I rm. house, electricity.
$4250. Some trade.
A. on Pacific highway, good bouse.
plumbing, electricity, nam. n
house, fruit trees. $11.00 per mo.
A. close to Salem, 4 rm. house, elee-
trlcitv. barn. etc. 110 ma
BRING IN YOUR TRADES AND WK
WILL TRY TO FIND BOMB
THING TO SATISFY YOU.
J. F. TJLRICH CO.. REALTORS
321 State Street Phone 8178
Salem and farm eaulty for Salem
home. TeL 8377.
1C0 acre ranch, part in crop. baL
pasture and timber, pries $50 par aero,
wUl exchange tor modern homo in Sa
lem of equal value.
W.eH. GRABENHOKST St
134 a Liberty Street
FOR SALE FARMS
EsVFARM' BARGAIN S--
K-.rrea mad dark SOIL 2-R. house
with leenine? norch. garara. woodshed. I
built but a snort tune, eiocirio iignu.
good welL sacrinced sale, iiioo.ev.
S.A. K-R. houaa barn and 3 pool
rr hmiwa. on tha Mill City highway
and Saatiam river. A sacrificed sale if
old within 10 daya for ihoo.ob. uaa
vnti heat It7
100-acres near rtaisey on new niso-
way to Brownsviiia rair impror.
ments, orchard and nut treea Price
$3500.00. A real oargam. etc
T . W I 1 NHT.KM K I . t 1.1 IJI
133 South High
Good dairy farm
for aala Good
roada Inquire 710 N.
POLLY AND HER
IT LET'S PAY 1HIS-DERN M VV CJTT AJ 1 VLrt. SCRLiT ONCS I ipgl . fTlffl ftr
I SyoOl HIS PRICE. Atf J VT! HB RAISES IN MV LAR X ' Cj C krSi tSTiZ V X
FOR SALE USED CARS
QUALITY USED CARS
DONT FAIL TO SEX THESIS XXCEPTTONAIj BAROAHfB ' ( .
1929-PLYMOUTH -4-DOOB SEDAN
.... iStJT awantaa only , , , $510.00
193S-P1.YMOUTH I -DOOR miiM
.... Ptlonal onditlofie carrtea 90
1921-FORD TUDOR 8 ED AN ? .
S new tires A-l mechanically
1921tCHBYROLET 8TANDABXI i-WINDOW COUPS
.... wj1. qp-i w ttrea itQtor rebuilt-- aaa at
1939-CHKVROLBTf SPORT COUPS
192T-DODOB COUPS READY TOGO
1930-WILL.YS KNIGHT TOURTNO 4
1921-PACKARD CLUB SEDAN 91
W. L. Anderson, Inc.
DeSOTO AND PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS
SCO Marlon Street Phone T703 Salem
I i. I miles east navod read, small
house, drilled well. aleo. arallabie, $1,.
109. $190. down. baL $10 per m. 0.
21 A. 4 room prac. now house, barn,
t largo chicken housea, T head stock,
$2(00. One-third down. baL .
C J. JACKSON. 341 State Street
..--. H iii( iiiiiji.iij'ui iiiiin
10 acres tn applea and prunes. N. W.
Eugaaa. no bu tidings, axchango for
house in North Salem; will assume
S nloa lota la North Salem ; win pay
a difference on house In North Salem.
IS acres close to Kaiser school, re
duced to IS5O0.I0 ; will give term a.
300 acres, S9 acres In Umber, 00
acres In cultivation. 8pr!ng, woven
wire fence, mortgage. $3000.00. What
have you In exchange?
& M. KARLE E. B. ROBERTS
201 No, High Phono 00TS
Drastic Reduction for Immediate Sale
11 acre tract with creek on one
line, close to small town on, market
road, small set of buildings, electric
lights, near grade and high school and
R. R. station. S acres tn alfalfa. Price
$1400, part term a
C FOLDS A MILLER, Realtors
344 Stats Street Phone 079S.
I have too many good bargains to
list in this paper, clear property in
other states will assume, farms to
sell, easy terms, all kinds, houses to
sell like rent, doss in acreage to sell
and build to suit you, easy terms, all
kind trades, I am trying to tell you
to see me about your troubles, I have
helped others; X might help you. Just
give mo a trial
HL C SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. TeL 90 OS.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Wo are receiving many Inquiries
from cash buyers for small farms,
acreage, tracts and business oppor
tunities One buyer with $2900 cash;
wants S to 20 acres with fair build-
Inga, another 30 to 40 acres. Visit
our sales dept If you want to sell
trade or rent your property.
HAWKINS ft ROBERTS
Win make you an Independent living-
Let us show you.
HI LLC REST ANGORA CO.
TeL 8156 Rt S. Box II.
Pac. Hwv. H mile So. of Salem.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY!
Elrov Nash guarantees satisfaction
oa all live stock. Auction sales depot.
Poultry wanted. Salem Poultry Oeu
25S E. Miller. Phone 8791.
SURPLUS BABY CHICKS at
rifice prices Tuesday and Friday
only. See our bargain a Custom hatch
ing. Hatching egga Phono 182FI,
Lee's Hatchery, Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE: 1 team work horses.
weia-ht 2600 lba. 1 heifer fresh in tow
daya Frank Duerst. Rt 1, 8ubUmlty.
FOR SALE 10 head of horses It
cowa 619 N. Front
REnTicsm CHICK PRICES
son strain. W. L. males pedlgreod Ste
eggs, $8.09 hundred. R. L Reds, Bar
red Rocks, w. uotM. sis.su nunareo.
Custom hatching. Ruby L. Woodward,
R. 9. Bx 69B, TeL 44F11.
ART CHICKS now 9e. May 8a
Buy from the ONLY HATCHERY te
offer you a MONSY-back GUARAN
TEE of 100 ALIVE CHICKS AT
TWO WEEKS AGE. B. W. D. testae
stock of Hanson, Hollywood and Bis
Type Tom Barron straina
BwniTk WTliOCK HATCH1BRY
Box 398-X Wtnloek,
mit. T.ilwtfB and Rhode ISlSSaa
Red roostera TeL 44F14. Rt 9. Box .
MONEY TO LOAN
MONBT LOANED ON AUTOa
Arrange to reduce rout payments
Toe keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Uberty St aad Ferry
Phone 4733 Salem, ore.
'Bells of Harmonyf
Heard over KOIN daQr
i4bi ant a loan servico thM
te really, really dtrtarmmU
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTERXST
QUICK AND COTJBTBOUS gERVlCB
OM LiOANB SI SIBW
Room 119 New Bllgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
r jfTHrnsHm by statb
111 SUts St TeL S-T-4-4
MADE oa furniture, oars, salaries
or other good security. Repayabls
monthly. Whoa tn financial need see
us before closing a loan.
GENERAL IN VESTMENT
First National Bank Bldg. Phone till
I Borrow on personal property ; repay
in monuuT uiHliimioui n iiiii..
ETTB LOAN CO- state ua b-iis, sea
Guardian Bldg. TeL S87T.
FOR SALE USED CARS
- day guarantee
new rubber perfect mechanical
Ask to See a
It provides the .greatest assurance
of a satisfactory purchase when buy
lag your used oar. It ahowa you the
condition la detail of the oar you buy.
This you should know.
A 1-day driving privilege is grant
ed to further convince you as to the
accuracy of our test recorda Most
assuredly wo Issue a guarantee.
Undsr these conditions you can bay
a used ear with the same degree of
assurance of a satisfactory purchase
that you would experience in buying a
Ford '20 Standard Coupe
Four new tires
Cleaned and repaired
Motor is very serviceable
We wlU license for $248.00.
Lot at Marlon and Liberty Streets.
MCKAY'S USED CARS
With an O. K. that Counts
Dodge Touring $ 81.00
1928 Essex Sedan
1927 Olds Coach
1922 Velle Sedan
1928 Studs Sedan
1929 Duraat Coupe
1929 Ford Tudor Sedan
1929 Dodx-e "6" Coupe
1929 Bulck Standard Sedan - 286.00
1931 Graham Special Coupe 475.00
CHE V HO LETS
1921 Touring 35.90
1939 Coupe, fine condition , - 245.00
1929 Sedan, looks like new 275.09
1939 Sport Roadster 278.90
1921 Track, long W. B.. 4
speeds, duals 625.00
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
318 Center. Phone 3189. 489 N. Com'l
, 1931 Bulck S Sedan. Model 67, In
ivaranteed condition. Car only run
18.000 mllea This is a real bargain.
1 See us In our
515 S. Commercial St.
Just 4 Blocks South of State Street
Graham Sales and Service for Marlon
and Polk Counties
WANTED USED CARS
injL casn. bum nwav ua oonai
tloa of car. Write Box 148, Statesman.
FOR SALE WOOD
Dry wood 14.10 cord. Phcmoi 1411,
Wood tnd rrowtli fir. II tn. II TI
Vfc .a sT Sa UV6 earless mJVee.
a a17 vm f vwviav iaiwci emsM-
Dry w ood. TaL 4 4 i a -
( DRY 8TH AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel slL Can on us for prtcan We
1 Sirs goos measura good quality aad
Ash, Or aad oak. TeL 6048.
Na 1 10 hv Old" fir. $4.00. TeL 4460.
10 to. old fir. $4.31. TeL $938.
IS la. dry Sad Or. 82.59 per load.
Planer ends $3.60 per load, at Tracya
TeL 6 Salem Fuel Oa
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Largo black and tan houna,
Bttle white on breast aad feet Re
ward. J. W. Crelghton, Rhododendron,
LOST Pair dark rimmed glasses tn
4r asa Reward. TeL T390.
Lady above fifty, wishes to
pond with gentleman of like age, aad
of good hablta Box 4. care Statesman.
LUMBER CLOSH NOW
JEFFERSON, Feb. 1 Red
mond A Page are enlarging their
business and beside handling feed
ot all kind and doing chopping.
they are adding all kinds ot lum
bar. This is quite a convenience
as no lumber wag to be gotten In
WHEAT UPTURN SALES BEARISH
Butter is , Retaining
PORTLAND. Feb. IS ( AP)
Market for butter continues its
recent showing of strength local
ly. Outside shippers who have
been trying to hold down the price
at Portland so they could secure
a protlt on California business
have been unable to retain their
hold because of the scant churn
ing. Demand for butter in the home
territory appears sufficient to
clean up everything churned here.
Butterfat prices were mixed but
continue very firm generally.
Market for eggs continues to
reflect shaded prices, more or less
openly. Few sales were being
made at the prices officially list
ed with outsiders still reported as
underselling all competitors.
Very scant supplies of chickens
were noted In the live poultry
trade. All sorts were moving out
into consuming channels at the
weekend with prices held Intact st
the recent slight betterment.
Well held prices were generally
showing in the market for coun
try killed meats. Top quality veal
ana lambs were firmest but there
was a good demand for hogs
which is cleaning up all arrivals
PORTLAND. Ore.. Fab. 18. AP1
Prednee exchaag, a.t priees: Batter
Bztraa 18e, ataadaraa 17 Vic prime firsts
lifts, tints its. rrask eztrai
1S-15, m.dicms 1214a.
1 Portland Grain
PORTLAND On. Vmh. is 1 1 v
Wkeat: Opea Uich Low Clo.
May. saw 44 44 44 44 Va
May, old 45 4SU 45 15U
July r AS 4SV4 45 46
Cask wkael Ne. 1 Big Bead blaaaUm
50; dark hard wiater. 12 per cant SO,
11 par cant, 46; soft whit., hard win
tar 41 Vi ; northers apricg. wettera whit.
40 H ; waiters rad 39 V.
Oata Ne. 3 white 919.50.
Oortf No. 3 E yellow 81T.50.
Millros Standard $18.
PORTLAND. Or a., r.b. lg. (AP)
om rnin, vi seore or better 20e
poand, standards 1914 a
fr Pacine Pealtry Prodseera' sell
ing prices: Fresh extras 15, atandarda
14c, mediums 14e.
(Msatry msata Salllns price te rstaU-
ers: Cooatry-killed hori. baat batckere.
nnaer io ponnes &Vi -0e: Teeters, 80 to
100 poand. 6Vis; Umbs ll-12c, year
Ungs 5a hay owes 4-4 e, canner eowt
, nans e-V.
Mnta Oraroa walnnU 15 18 posad.
poeasts lOe, Brasila 12-1 4c, slmeads 15-
108, nioerte xo-Zle. pecans 30a
Oascsra bark Baying price. 1933 pL
Hop XomlnaL 1933. 24-28.
Bnttorfat Direct te shippers: Sutiaa
-oniana aauvary priees, taarn
lag cream 15-lTe, sweat creem htrhar.
Uvs poultry Boying price: Heavy
bans, colored. 4V4 poonda 10-llar
dlams Sc; lichu 7e; aprfara light 13a
r nwiwra oe; aaeia fkia.
i"ti ! ii-ii. coioras ipa
Union selliag price te retailers: Ore-
foa so S3 eenUL Yakima Spanish T6
Potato Local 65-75 erase bei ;
"KHW uems oo-fi iskima W
80 85c caaUL
wool isi clip, nominal; Willamette
Tsusy ll-ise peuae. eeatera Oregon
Hay baying price from producer
fslfa. 611.50-li: .l.n. aa.lxo. u.
Oregoa timothy. 816.50; eats aad votes.
SHELBURN, Feb. It Sheep
men m this section are rather its
couraged this season, many ot the
ismbe are dying as well as lots at
the old ones. Shortage of green
feed is thought to be the cause
The Sunday rain washed
smalt culvert out, la the private
lane that leads to Mrs. 0Ule
Funk's house, and when her son
0-uy returned home Sunday night,
he drove his car into the opening.
His spaa of males had to pull tha
A number from here attended
the program Tuesday at the Arn
old school, furnished by the school
oiapplled science of the state uni
versity and was oae ot the best
in recent years.
Friends of Sam Stoller were
glad to hear that be has recently
been put In as president of the
Albany Co-Operatlve creamery, a
MARCH PLAT SLATED
WEST 8TATTOK. Feb. 18.
Mrs. Benjamin Chamberlln, Mrs.
William Royse, Mrs. Seth Down
er, Lloyd Saunderman and Paul
McClellan have been selected as
cast tor tha community club plsy
to be given In March.
II MS DYING
III SHEH AREA
PRODUCE MART STEADY!
Grada B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f 1.S3 per
Surplus f 1.10
(VI Ik bated es semi moats ly
Prices paid te growers by Selesi bayen
(The priees ketow. eappUea ey a leeal
meat; are iadlcaUvs et tfee daily saarkvt
bat are eet rnaraateed by Tfc. Stataemaa )
raorr xd tbosttaslsb
Carreta. CaUt, erste 2.18
Oreea peepers, Oalit, la. .16
Pees, Calif, la. .15
Cabbage, la. .02 ft
ObIobs. das. .15
PeUtoea Yakima No. 1 .S3
Potatoes, local .75 te 1.00
Sweet oetateea crate
Celery hearts, dot.
-3.00 to 3.50
Tomatoes, hoUeaae, crate
Onions, Walla Walla
Oaieas. Labi a. cwt.
Daaiak sqoaaa, aos.
UsbbaH aoaaaa. lb.
Bbabarb. kothonte .
CaUf. Ib. .
.79 te LOO
0 and .76
.40 aad .60
Ratable, hundred .
Orengea P P. .
Urangaa, laney .. ,
.1.00 te 4.00
Recta. Calif., dot.
Tsrnlpa, Calif, crat
Spinach. Calit. crate
3 rape. CaUf, S lb
Top, 1933, lb.
Top. 1931. lb.
Colored Ban .
Med: am bans
.09 te .04
Hog, firtt cuts
DrekMd veeL top
O AXB ASS BAY
Wkeat wetra rad
Whit. No. 1
Barley, top, ton
Oata, whit., toa
Oata gra 7. top, ton .
Hty. burins price
Oat sad retck. ton
9.00 to 11.00
.10.00 to 11.00
Alfalfa Taller. lt cut
Alfalfa, eeiUra Oregon
Stocks and Bonds
50 20 20 00
Ind'lt RB'e Ct'i Total
Today 47.0 26.8 77.3 49
Preriousdar 4T.2 37.1 77.7 49.4
Week aco 50.8 39.6 88.8 53.0
Tear ago 67.0 96.4 108.1 9
SrearaafO 180.1 110.5 345.6 184.9
High 19S1 55.3 80.0 95.8 58.8
Low 1911 46.5 16.1 76.9 46.7
High 1981 71.1 89.8 111.0 78.9
Low 1933 35.1 18.2 51.8 39.0
62.1 02.0 80.4
Previous dar 61.9 62.9
8 Tear, age
Higk 1919 .
High 1913 .
Xew 1933 low.
LOSS II M DAT
NEW YORK. Feb. 18 (AP)
Stock averages returned a minor
net loss todsy after two hours ot
very leisurely trading.
Foreign gold currencies contin
ued to work against the dollar,
though gains were mostly small
er than yesterday's.
TJ. S. treasury issues braced aft
er Friday's reaction, though the
market tor domestic corporation
bonds was irregular.
Union Carbide tumbled two
points on selling attributed to re
ports that the dividend might be
ehanged. So called "wet" shares
firmed but were less effervescent
than on Friday.
Ralls backed up a bit. fraction
al losses appearing la New Tork
Central, Santa Fe, Baltimore A
Ohio. Chesapeake A Ohio and
Net losses In American Tele
phone, U. S. Steel, Westinghouse,
Case, Loew's, American Tobacco
"M." Eastman Kodak, Goodyear,
Sears Roebuck, Texas Gulf Sul
phur, Seaboard Oil and American
Can averaged less than half a
point. Earnings for the latter
company In 1138 were equivalent
to 83. 2t; or less than dividend re-
DGKS TAKE MU
All Grains are Shade
Off Despite Dust
CHICAGO, Feb, 18 (AP)
Pertinacious selling that develop
ed on wheat price upturns, and
was attributed to government fi
nanced bodies, had a cumulative
bearish effect todsy at the last.
Setbacks la wheat values were
In the face of late reports of dust
storms In Kansas and despite ru
mors that Japan had been buying
wheat, cotton and scrap iron, with
China buying wheat from Aus
tralia. Comparative strength
shown by the wheat market In ab
sorbing government financed of
ferings was looked upon in some
quarters as an incentive to pur
chase. Wheat closed unsettled at a
shade to below yesterday's fin
ish, corn down, oata at
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May, 47 i; July. 4S
CornMay. 2594-; July. .7-K-U:
Sept, 18 4.
Oats May, !-.
HOBS ADVANCE 75C
Is Greatest Weekly Gain in
Many Months; Cattle
A sharp advance ot 75 cents in
the price ot hogs at Portland was
the festure of the past week's
livestock markets as reviewed by
the U.S.D.A. bureau of agricultur
al economics cooperating with the
O.S.C. extension fervlce. In one
week the price of light butchers
jumped from $3.75 to 84.50, the
greatest weekly gain in many
months and the highest price
since the first of last October.
Meanwhile Chicago price advanc
ed just 25 cents.
Portland hog prices normally
movo upward gradually from De
cember to the middle of March
and then decline at about the
same rate until June when prices
usually advance sharply to the
season's peak about August 1.
Other types of livestock were
fairly steady, though steers ad
vanced a little at Portland and
lambs declined slightly at Chi
cago. Oregon cattle show a slight im
provement in condition since a
month ago, and losses to data
have been light. Western cattle
in general also did well during
January, though the storm of ear
ly February was severe, causing
considerable shrinkage and soma
Oregon sheep have withstood
the winter and the recent cold
spell and are generally In very
good flesh. Throughout the west
ern range country they are la
much better condition than a year
Statistics of transportation ot
livestock to North Portland show
the rapid rise of trucking. In tha
past year 20 per cent of the cat
tle, St per cent of the hogs and
40 per eent ot the sheep were
drive Ins. Ten yesrs ago only 4
per cent ot trie cattle were
Bits for Breakfast
(Continued from. Page 4)
development In this part ot Ore
gon and actually secured a right
of way from Salem to Portland;
and still owns It: or most of it.
Came the automobile age, with
bus stages with gas engine trac
tion. Came tha tearing up or cov
ering up of street railway tracks
In Salem. But that same com
pany now operates Instead of
can auto stages, holding its old
franchises in .Salem. No one
knows what tha fntnra will bring.
But credit ought to go to tha
pioneer hunch which started
things, and so quickly, even in a
few short weks, got the - first
street car Una ready for operation
in time tor tha assembling of tha
1 88 1 session ot the Oregoa leg
islature; "present company ex
cepted." quirements, compared with 88.11
in 1831. Da Pont, whose dividend
meeting comes Monday, waa
steady. Penick A Ford. TJ. 8.
Smelting. American Smelting, Na
tional Distillers. Crown Cork,
Coca Cola and National Biscuit
Salee totaled 804.830 shares.
DURING PAST W
By CLIFF STERRETT,
5WMrtTt5IT a CO.
0 years experleocs.
VT n iws,Mi'v---- saoi
134 & Liberty St. Phoae 40 or tIi
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