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Cards In this directory run oa
monthly besia only. Rata:
1 Ot per Una per month.
ilike Fank. the brake and ehlmmy
Miller Beauty Shop. dhtl'T5.,
Senator Beauty Shop, dial SSI ft.
"o.pvmjs. velocipedes new and
Jti Harry W. Scott. 147 & ConVL
Burt Crary, the caterer. Ph. 6753.
TeW'pnone 4450. R. E. Northness.
pll, ft L SCOTT. rsM-. v,iw
lit N. Higo. e -v
BuslneM. tecnnicai cuurxi. .
C. McOllIlvray. Tel. 4 US.
MRS. 8NELGROVE. 465 N. Cottage.
Tel. 74. Hemsuuau-S. c "
nronsn.kg. 431 S. Cottage. Upper flat.
CUT flowers, wedding bouqueta fun
ral wreaths, decorations, C. F. Breit
tiaupt, florist. 677 Court. TeL S904.
ALL kinds of floral work. LuU Flor
in!. 14th Market. Tel. az.
Oinen Floor Co. TeL 6111.
Automobile Glass Mirrors
WALTER J. DOWNS
p;n t IBS 680 Hr-ya Tt on.
jut N. High
We buy everything. CAPITAL BAR
GAIN JUNK CO, . BtK'Ilmif
mrr. TeL 8913, 14ft -enter o, u
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
TUB W EIDER LAUNDRY
tit S. High lM-
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
-We Wash Everything in Lux"
T.lephonetm 1264 Broaaway
....... rmm fmy-tM-V tO Ol O.
a ma Renovators end
Sing Co. TeL 4.
M.it.i.. Am tn order, old
remade: carpet cleaning. ln'iu"
ru wearing. Salem Flu Raf Mat-
trti Factory, s. "
1441. Otto F. gwicKer. t--
bg machines, aheet nnisle JVliSS
nnalrtna- radio, phonocrapha
ind toK machines. 411 Stat re.
. . l ,ftr tn 11 Wka. W. (X
tnrhow. 450 Court wicu
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Maetelne Co.
u..r. TuudaT end Frtdar. " m-
to 4 p. m. 14S N. Cammeretal.
W i r. Fox Terr! 1SH Center.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
ork. Oraber Bros,
16S So. Liberty
Lewis E. Neet. Income Tax. .Ao-
rcunllnt. ;0-MaSOnKt bhik.
STATIONERY, cards, pampn-
lets. Drograms. aooa or -"-,
printing, call The StatimM i
Department. 211 & CommerclaL Teie-
BECKB 4 HENDRICKS. TaL 4S4T.
, m.7i RH. Bide. TeLTSOi
HfN!llLa ana w -
.1 r II V m saaaaSaaaSl
and stove Plrln.?:,8t07
sruvLS ana . ' J.Z.a ill
f r sale, rebuilt end repMrtl
kind, of woven ''75?n J.n hka
pialu. bop baskets, books, logan hoc
. i ctnv. Works.
eaiem renew pumin.
u... t.t tt. R B. Fleming.
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CAPITAL CITT Trensfar Co. 226
Stats St. TeL 1771. Distributing tor-
warding and storage, our vvv.
titt our rates. -4 :
FOR local er distant transfer storage,
call tut. Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
o Portland dally. '
I K. A.
Wast, 1$ years experlsaee.
Box 1$ SL TaU tllFfc
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pear In advertisements pub
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which the typographical
The Statesman reserves
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tlonal advertising. It fur
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ant work. See representative at New
saiem noiei iuesaay arternoon.
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Exp. woman wants work. Tel. 4275.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR 8AI.& OM paper tie bun
lle Statesman office.
300 Boxes Yakima Delicious apples.
Special 69c Box. Frer delivery. Pur
itan Cider Works. W Salem.
FOR SAXJ3 or trade A-l refriger
ator. Perfect condition. TeL 4633.
Oregon corn shelled and dried, $19
ton. Reasonable delivery. TeL 5483.
Home canned fruit 15c per qt Call
209S 3. Church. St
FOR SALE Grocery store fixtures,
Salem Grocery, 477 Court St.
Red clover st-ed for sale. Mrs. J. H.
Wright. Rt 1, Box 137.
FOR SALE Cheap, manicure table.
lamp, 2 stools and shampoo tray. TeL
Cash for fruit Jara Tel. 3593.
Best hair cut. Adults 20c. child. 15c
Two blocks S. of library, S. Winter.
Wet wash. 20 lb. 50c. Call 6070.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Pleasant, light, heated rooms In
tnodwn home. IBS S. 15th St.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board. Steam heat $20. Tel. S42.
room, running water, 645
Table board and rooms for ladles.
75T Center 8L TeL 5478.
Room, bwwrd, $14, gar. $1. TeL 731$.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Fatten apartments dowutown. Can
Patton's book stare.
$ a apt, 2261 HaseL TeL
Apt. $16 to $29. $$7 N. Com'L
rm. furn. apt, furnace heat, vary
attractive. Adults. 1664 Oak.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unfnm. houses. R. A.
Ferkner. 161 N. Cottage. TaL 80SL
6 R. turn, bouse.
basement. TeL 5)77.
House to rent $7 to $17 mo. In
quire 490 N. CapitoL
f R. furn. Adults. 774 Trade.
Small bouse partly (urn. 2430 Lee.
FOR RENT New modern 6 room
house, garage. Dial $174.
$84 N. 21st. 3 bedrooms modern.
225 N. 24th, S rooms modern.
162$ N. 19th, furnished.
P. H, BELL
225 Oregon Btdc Phone 8902.
Oarage and service eta. Tel. $59$.
FOR RENT Improved 6 acres with
building. 31st and Market.
FOR SALE Real Estate
$10,080 for $6,500
One of Balem's finest homes at bar-
sraln nrice. laree corner lot with beau
tlful shruts, flowers, pool, etc. House
has 7 large rooms with oak floors,
fireplace and decorated walls, 8 sets
plumbing. In fact everything to com
mate a modern Dome.
BO sure to see in is. fiace is ciear
and can be purchased with easy
SEE Mrs. Ellis witR
f irri.ns A- MILLER. Realtors
$44 State Street Phone 6708
iruinry i-n-1.1 - -i -
Grow your own 16 fin acre Just
$ mile out. 6 R. nouse. large cnic-en
house, 8 acres ot filberts, lots of
fruit, splendid oil price only $3100.
A beautirui z acre iraci, i m ui
fruit, good garden, neat 8 room house,
garage, chicken house, beautiful view
tor only $2150 on tertna
lit ma 1 anilea out: I B. house.
lota of fruit, good well, gravel road
a real snap lor se.
Melvln Johnson W. M. Pennington
17$ State Street
1 rm. modern suburban homo with
furnace, fireplace, breakfast room, lots
of builtins,.! $-4 1 acres, variety ot
fruit, berries, fine shrubbery and flow
ers, small bam, large chicken house
and pasture. $4308. with good terms.
178 South High Street
l-ecre wtth B bouse near Silver-
ton. $1600 clear, will trade lor acre-
. T , alm end usmm 10 acres
-4H f.l haitlttna-a. ahotlt 16 mllefl
from Jaalent on paved road. Will trad
lor house m saian w euT-rwe.
We bar cms- buyer for 49 to 1
aores. Muet bo a oarga-a.
B-X3HTKL or THOMJLSON
FOR SALE Real EataU
- rri i ni n n rLII
SNAP POn CAKTT
Good five room plastered bora-tea
SJ? ,.V?B" fu.11 enant basenMBt
Price. 12IH cash for IMMEDIATE
Sao, W. H. ORABENHORST A CC
H4 Honth Liberty Streat
EXCHANGE Real Estate
4 A. KelZM imtrrm a
Hghts, plumbing, family orchard.
Price 13000. win consider tmbn
p roved farm.
1T( A, about 25 under cultivation, baL
fine Umber, running water. Stock
equipment goes with place at
. xraae xor smui acraaga.
A. close to 8alem, som timber,
R.rn,l "n- bouse, electricity.
14250. Soma trade.
On PaIfln hlrlma mrmjt U M .
viiuiiauis, eiacmcity, nam. nan
house, fruit trees, 115.00 par mo,
S A, close to Salem. 4 rm. house, elao-
tricity barn, ate $10 mo,
BRING IN YOUR TRADES AND WE
WILL TRY TO FIND SOME
THING TO SATISFY YOTJ.
J. F. ULRICH CO- REALTORS
325 State Street Phoaa S4T1
Salem and firm nnl m e.f
home. TeL S377.
House and lot to trade for farm or
good car. 1595 & Cottage.
BUYER'S OPPO trill mitt
Drastic Reduction for Immediate gale
Utt acre tract with creek on one
line, close to small town oa market
rpad. small set of buildings, electrlo
Ughts, near grade and high school and
JV.S: ,tllt,on- ""ee tn alfalfa. Price
11400, part terms.
. CHILD3 MILLER, Realtor.
244 State Street Phone 701.
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, close 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; I might help you. Just
give me a trial.
H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Bids. Tel. 8902.
REAL ESTATH WANTED
We are receiving many Inquiries
from cash buyera for small farms,
acreage, tracts and business oppor
tunities. One buyer with 62000 cash;
wants 6 to 20 acres with fair build
ings, another 20 to 40 acres. Visit
our sales dept. If you want to sell,
trade or rent your property.
HAWKINS ft ROBERTS
Will make you an Independent liTtng
Let us show you.
HILLCREST ANGORA CO.
TeL S156 RL S. Box XI.
Pac. Hwy. V, mile So. of Salem.
Small store In north Salem doing a
fine businesa Other obligitions force
sale. Inquire Box 144, care Statesman.
For lease dandy service station.
good store, in good location. Takes
about $1400 to buy stock. This is a
Also good store room. Fixtures,
stock, nice living quarter (modern),
corner lot tn fine location at just k
value. Better see this before you buy.
J AS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
132 South High Srreet
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Elroy Nash guarantees satisfaction
on all live stock. Auction sales depot,
.. i - rs , - n r,- l-tr
Poultry wanted. Salem Poultry Co,
25S E. Miller. Phone 170 1.
SURPLUS BABY CHICKS at
I rlflce prices Tuesday and Friday
only. See our bargains. Custom hatch
ing. Hatching eggs. Phone 13IF2.
Lee's Hatchery. Salem. Oregon.
FOR SALE! 10 head of horses
cows. (19 N. Front.
REDUCED CHICK PRICES Han
son strain. W. L. males pedigreed $00
eggs, $$.0S hundred. R. L Reds, Bar
red Rock, W. Dote, $10.00 hundred.
Custom hatching. Ruby L. Woodward,
R. 9, BX S9B, TeL 44FI1.
White Leghorn and Rhode Island
Red roeers. TeL 44F14. Rt 9, Box 34.
MONET TO LOAN
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOSJ
Arrange to reduce rout payments
Toe keeothe rex
P. A, EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4733 Seiem, Or.
'Bells of Harmony'
Beard over KOIN dsSy
ring out a loan servlee that
Is really, really different.
YOO GET TOT FULL
AMOUNT Or LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 t $300
Soom 119 New BUgh Bid, tnd floor
LICENSED BY 8TATB
(1$ State St TeL 8-T-4-9
MADB oa furniture, ears, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When ta HnancUl need see
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bids. Phone 8353.
Borrow on personal property; repay
tn monthly Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO, State lie. 8-169, (0$
Guardian Bldg. TeL 36TT.
FOR SALE WOOD
IS In. dry tnd fir, $1.59 per load.
Planer ends $1.50 per load, at Tracy' a
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL 8000 Salens Fuel Co. Trad
POLLY AND HER
C3JAMP- OM MOLL
YOGI PER MAKINT
-I- -a-BB-sea-wa-ai assess. ssnnsi...s.s.,.HMM(M
There are 459 men on the Port
land police force. Salem has 11.
Reverend Parker, pastor ot the
First Methodist church in Salem,
announced Sunday that the news
tory In Saturday morning's
Statesman stating the need for
food for Willamette students
brought enough prune by Sat
urday morning to supply the en
tire university the balance ot the
Watch The Statesman for an
nouncement of a cake baking con
test. It won't be long now.
L'1 mnm w 1 juijt
Dry wood S4.5S cord.
--i"" rar njiiu
Wood ! nil mwtk m
pry oak 5.0. George MettsUr. Mar
Dry wood. TaL 441K.
uni riH and r A k arnrm ut
and fuel etL Call on us for price. We
food Vrlce1 1000 d
LARUER TRANSFER a BTORimi
Own in u. . t i- -nr 1 1, , - n riru1-u
Ash, fir and oak. TeL SS4a.
No. 1 16 tn. oM fir. It oa t.i uii
J In. old fir, $4.35. TeL tttt,
A-l old fir 16 tn.,
$160. TeL " TIQt.
LOST An pnirNT
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mmm ...... -,-i -i-1-in.-inniiiw.iijci.
T i(rr t . li .
mtI. T11' on breast and feet Re
ward. J. W. rntlvhtnn OkA.u
LOST Rn nt hi..nnM n.
ior re cum to statesman office.
FOUND KTB on rln, r. 1
tlfy and Mr fnr mA mt ao.. -
LOST Blue striped silk umbreUaln
MlUers rest room. Finder leave at
Statesman office. Reward.
Lady above fifty. Wishes te r-nrrmm.
pond with gentleman ot like age. and
of good hablta Box 4. care Statesman.
From this day forward I will not be
responsible- for any debts contracted
by anyone but myself. Olive Benn In
FOR SALE USED CARS
Ask to See a
It Provides the rra.teat uairtuiM
of a satisfactory purchase when buy
ing your used car. It shows yo the
condition In detail of the car you buy.
This you should know.
A $-day driving nrivllece la mnt.
ad to further convince yon as to the
accuracy of our teat records. Meat
assuredly wo Issue a guarantee.
Under these conditions you can buy
used car wtth the same aea-ree mt
assurance ot a satisfactory purchase
that you would experience In buying a
Ford $9 Standard Coupe
Four new tire
Cleaned and .repaired
Motor Is very serviceable
We will license for $248.00.
Phone $15$ Center Lfberty
Let at Marion and Liberty Streets.
McKay's used cabs
With an O. K. that Counts
Dodge Twurmg f 98.04
Overland Coupe-Sedan - $8.04
Essex Coach 48.04
1928 Bases Sedan 68.00
1927 Olds Coach 96.00
192$ Telle Sedan . 118.M
1328 Stud Sedan ,. 116.04
1939 Dumat Coupe , 116.00
1939 Ford Tudor 13s.ee
1929 Dodge T Coup 238.04
1939 Bulck Standard Bedaa 818.04
1981 Graham Special Coupe.,, 478.00
193$ Touring $$.80
1939 Coupe, fine eedltw 145.00
1929 Sedan, looks like nw 878.09
1934 Sport Roodeter 171.69
1911 Truck, long W. B 4
speeds, duals $38.04
Terms - Trades
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
818 Center. Phone 3189. 430 M. Court
WANTED USED CABS
WANTED Sedan or enclosed tour-
hue. 871 cash. State model aad eoadi'
tlon of car. Write Box 143, Statesman.
W. I. Reeves, of Chattanooga,
Tenn- produced a sweet potato
that measured SO Inches la
( PW SERtOUS! THB DERM J A
fDOPB NEVER HAD A JT , li IP7 J
X DEC-34T IDEA IN HIS V ' SO,
PHT ID STUDIES
TDID TO UB1SHERS
Sixty Farmers Hear Resutts
Of Experiments With
LaBISH CENTER. Feb. 10
Bsnlts ot recent studies in peat
landa, some ot whicb had never
been released before, were given
in a demonstration all day Sat
urday at the Labis b. Center school
hoase, the meeting being spon
sored by the extension service
and experiment station ot Oregon
State college, cooperating with
the Labia.. Celery and Onion
W. L. Powers had charge of the
demonstration, whose speakers In
cluded A. O. B. Bouanet, Prof.
Bans, Prof. Thompson, L. O. Her.
rold, and Prof. Powers.
In comparing the four types ot
peafoand in the northwest, the
willow-sedge peat of Lake Labish,
with its nearly neutral, sedimen
tary, marly and crumbly charac
teristics was said to be unex
celled. This soli, said Mr. Powers, will
absorb great Quantities of water.
and more important, its nutrient 1
base absorbing quality 1s high. It
is rich in nitrogen.
Mr. Powers' talk ended with a
consideration ot the durability of
this land. Testa which have been
ran In this vicinity indicate a
shrinkage of about one inch a
year. The shrinkage Is heaviest
the first years the land is used,
and drainage and other factors
will affect the rate.
Beets, carrots, lettuce and spin
ach were specifically considered
by Prof. Bouquet in his discus
sion of vegetable production on
peat, although any vegetable
which can be grown at all will
flourish on peat when the phos
phorus and potash, which Is low,
is furnished by fertilizers.
Brown rot in beets may be pre
vented by irrigation. Bouquet
said. The finest roots, such as
carrots, are grown on peat as to
be found anywhere. They will
produce 40 tons to the acre. The
saturation point has been reached
in lettuce production. Bouquet be
lieves, but some ot the difficulties
of the lettuce grower were
Because of inability to compete
with low cost of California spin
ach production, not much la raised
here. The strains, however, are
In the afternoon samples ot
soil each foot do to a depth of
20 feet were taken by Mr. Powers
In the beaverdam. Samples of soli
brought by farmers were also test
ed for deficiencies.
All tests which have been made
indicate that potassle salts lime,
and manare fertilisers increase
cron production materially. The
first use of potash here in 1911
resulted in doubling of crops. The
initial application may need to be
heavier than subsequently, Pow
are said. The lecture was 111ns-
trated with slides.
L. O. Herrold. who eoadaeted
the drainage and Irrtgatloa dis
cussion, stressed the advlsabiuty
of retting the water-table down
to or S feet as soon as possi
ble in the spring, wooden drain
age boxes were considered beat
tor new soil, and aubselllng every
$ yeara was suggested as being
Prof. Baraa said that eelsry
blight may be prevented by spray-
lag the yonng plants with a i--st
Bordeaux, or copper lime dust.
The sprays should be given Jest
eftem enough to cover new iat
grewth. Sanitation and destrae
tioa ot the plant refuse Is as! Im
portant control factor tor Dots
Tnrine. the tiny Insects which
are becoming more and more et a
rreblem t the eaioa grower, are
alee killed by poison spray. Bat
the spray doea sot kill the eggs.
hence spraying does little good.
said Prof. TOompeo-,
About It tar men were present.
Stocks and Bonds
so te te i
tad'l aa'e C's Tewal
Today . ns. .$) 4TJ
rmiMi Aer 4T.S S6.6 TTJ 4S.S
Weak ago ----- HJ 80 S . 88.0
Year age 88.8 8801 104.1 ST.T
Sreereese 1T6.S 184.6 SS8.T 1T9.8
ELrk 198 SI J S4.S 98.8 $M
Lew 1988 48 A SS J 1S.S 4TJ
High 1998 VS.S 89.8 111.0 V8
Lew 1931 88.1 18.9 81.8 35.0
Tedsr 6L4 SL.1 T9.8 67.1
Prvrieesasy SS.l CI S S0.4 61.1
Week age -.83.4 68.6 SLS 70 J
Year age 88.4 T6.S 88.8 T8.S
8 years at as a 108.S 98.8 08. T
High 1688 68.1 SS.T SS.8 T3.6
Lew 1988 TLA- 89.9 T9.8 0T.S
High 1839 VLS T8.9 68.8 T6.1
Lew 1938 68.8 4T.4 T0.9 87J
Sew 1918 lew.
Four physicians are included In
the membership of the new Okla
GRAIN RKEST BUT J3 ALES DEPRESS
BUTTER CONTINUES FULLY STEADY
House Repeal Vote is
Booster; Damage to
CHICAGO. Feb. 20 (AP)
for a brief interval, grain values
ran upward today following pro
hibition repeal action at Washing
ton, but profit-taking sales quick
ly wiped out price gains.
Belief expressed by crop ex
perts that Injury to domestic
winter wheat was irreparable, and
had bee done on a big score, with
the damage area extending, gave
an undertone of strength to
Wheat closed . unsettled at the
same as Saturday's flalsh te H
lower, corn ' unchanged to high
er, oats a shade to H up.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May. July,
41-; Sept- 49-.
Corn May, -: July. $7-tt-.
July. 7-; Sept., -.
Oats May, 11.
PORTLAND. Ore- Psb. 80. fAPl
Predace seaaaxe. net ericas: Batui-
Extras 19c, standards 18c Prima firsts
lSe, firsts 17c. Eggs Freak extras 18-
la. tteeiBau U-lie.
POBTLAXD. Ore- rah. 20. riPl
Wheal Opea Hirt Lew Cleea
May, aaw 44 SL 44 44 44
May. eld 49 48 U AAH uu
Jaly 46 40 464 4S
Casa wheat Na. 1 Blr Bul bluatnK
50H ; dark aard wUter. 13 per eaat 50,
xx per cam eo; soil watte, aard wia
Ur 48; aortkara spriag, wsstara white
x; wastara rea 40.
Oets No. 8 white $18.50.
Cere Ne. IK Tallow 617.89.
Mlllraa 8Uadsr4 $18.
PORTLAND. Ora Pah. 10. (AP)
Butte Priats. 99 score er batter 20a
peoad. staadards 10 4c
1st aeiUc Pealtrr Producer' saU-
is i prices: Presh eztrss 15c, staadaxds
14a, maaiama 14c
Ceeatry saeets SaUiag srlcs te rataii-
ars: Cveetry-ktlled hogs, best bateaers.
aadar 150 pounds Stt-ec; vaelan, 00 te
100 poeass. SVac: Uba 11-lsc yw
liags 8c, heavy ewes 4-4 a, caeaar cows
IH-Iae. baus 4-4 c
Mate Uregoa wshaots 18-lSe aeaas.
peaaate 10a. Bratlls 1814c, almea4 18-
18a. aiberts 80-S3c pecsaa 10c
Caacare bark BnyUs criea. 1931 eaeL
Urn VoaaiaaL 1088. 34-lOc
Botterfat Diree te s-ipaere: Stetias,
le-ioi : rortiaaa oauvary prteea. c a are-
lag cream 15-170. sweet creesi highar.
Lin Donitrr xtariac price: Heavy
hens, celored, 4 peaads 10-1 It; do te
dinma Be; Ughis fc; apriaga, light 13c,
hcevy 18c; eul reoaters Be; decks, Pckia,
spring IT a. eld ll-13e, eetered 10c
Oaieas Bellies: ertce te retsUers: Ore-
gea S0-65e eeetel. Yakima Speaish 00
fetetees LoeaL SS-T5c crease boa:
Deechatee Oeavc 60e-Sl, Yakima Oems
Wed 1998 alia, aemlaal: Willamette
vaUey 11-lSe seaad. aaitara Oragaa
Hay bayiag price (rem eredaeert aW
faUa. 9 ll.ee-11; clever. 90-8.5 s eaeiara
Ureses tUaetay, fiSJ(0 eeU ea4 vetea.
$ 10.50-1 L.
Ore. re. SO. )
11(0, calves 89 steers
Steer. 680 te 800 peeaas. good 84.76
6.35. mi 81 844.78, coaame 88-44 900
te 1108 peaae. geed $4.88-8. atma
S4-4 is, mmmia fs-e; iee te isoo
poaea-. feed 83.844.16. me4i-m $8
8.85. Heifers, 880 te 710 pes-da, geed
$4.80-4.98, teimea madh-a 81-0-4.50;
750 te 600 taeeda. geed-eaeice Se-CAO,
com diem fS-4. Oewa. geed 68A4
8.76. cesmeea-medieai 9ajt0-S.S8, Uw rat
ter aad eatter $1-1.5. Bella, year liars
CMlee-d, seed (beef) $3.16-1.76, caster
aMdiem $LAO-8.S8. Yeeiece, gee shetes
65Ae-Sr35, saedia-t 9498-8-10. sn m
aasa $-.84-4.35. CaJvec 180 te 800
iisala. geed-cbeiee 84-AM, eemmee aae
Hess Sasatats aoee; steedy to a Creo
le f rmar,
IdghA Ma-4. 14S 9 180 peaalSL fee4-
eeetee eAAO-4.ee. UrMwetr-t, 16 to
lie pee-ea, 84J8-4.80; lie to lee
panada, f 4418-4.80. -Udtoas weight. 100
to 8& peemae, 88.T 8-4.80; lie to 180
seeds $8.78-4-1 4. Heavyweirt, 880 to
ise p see 4a, S80W-4.MI 198 to $88
seeds, Sa.88-4. Peek-ey eewe, 176 to
St peamee, geed 880 to 418
eeesasTtTaAft. 418 to peeeds SS
8JM 878 to 888 pe-eia. sndlsia $8
8JM. Puiar mU eteeker pig, Vt to
dewa, geed aheloe
80 to lit pewM
SS-a Bwes. tt to 180
geed ekelae. 9-3.54; IPS to 150
JLT8-8.18. Ah W-lfkba,
Plant on Trial
For Oregon Use
Korean lespedesa. a leguminous
forage plant of great value in
certain sections, will be tried out
under various Oregon conditions
this year under the supervision
of Harry 8cboth, federal agron
omist at the Oregon Experiment
station at Corvalils. A five-pound
sample of this rare seed, valued
ISO saa la, gssS sis
Sheep and lemse
s sa-a as aesHaea
THIS PILJ-CW IDEA
MAKES IT IMPOSSIBLE.
FER ANGEL TMAKE A,
is.y r .1" w.nu. i iJ. -w '
Grade B raw 4 aattk,
co-op pod price f IM per
Sarplns f 1.10
(Kllk ease- ea teatl aost-ly
Botterfat Sweet, 17ej
Prices pel te grewtrs ty Salea bayers
(The prices eelee. eappiieS By a leoal
grocer, are taaicatrre et the daily sssrket
bat ere ee isrsetewS ev Tee Statesaas)
rnort AJTD ViaTA-6
Certota. Cent, erste 3.11
Ores eepBera, Califs lb.
Pees, CUf, ft.
Oeieas, dee. eaediea
Potatoes. Yakiaui No. 1
Sweet petateea. caate
uslary hearts, Sea.
Tcwatecs. botheeae. crate
uateee. Walls Walla
Oaioaa. Lahisa. cwt.
Daaish acnaah. doe.
Habeard ssassb, la.
CaeUflew sr. CaHL.
Beets. Clif aea.
.8.00 te 4.00
Tsraips, Calif, crate
npi-aen. CaUL, crate
Paraiau noni. retail
Orspas. Calif, 8 Iba.
Top. 1638. ft.
Top, 1931, lb.
Colored haaa .
Hogs, first cuts .
08 te .04
-.01 te Jl
-01 te .08
.01 te .01
Dressed reel, top
U ureases hogs
OBTV AJTD HAY
Wheat, wettera red
White. Ne. 1
Barley, ten. tea
OaU, white to
Oats, my, top. toa
my. bsymg prl
Oate sad vetch, toa 6.00 te 11.08
Alfalfa, vslley. let cat. -10.00 te 11.00
Alfalfa, casta ra OraCoo 14.50
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue ot mortgage fore
closure execution issued by Cir
cult Court ot State of Oregon for
Marion County in suit: "No
2313 S, State Savings and Loan
Association, a corporation, plain
tiff vs. Wilbur L. TragUo and
Maymie A. TragUo, his wife, de
fendants, therein pending, and
te ae directed. I shall, oa Sat
urday, the fourth day of March
ItSS. at tea o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, at west door of
Marlon County Courthouse,- Sa
lem, Oregon, sell at public auc
tion, tor cash, all right, title, la
tor est and estate had and possess
ed by said defendants, and each
of them, oa or since July 11
im. In and to the following-
described real property, to-wlt
Lot numbered Seven (T) la
Block numbered Three (t) of
Southwest Addltioa to the City
ot Salem, County of Marlon
State of Oregon, according to the
dulr recorded plat thereof now
of record la the office of the Re
corder et Conveyances ot and for
Beginning ea the North line
of Lot numbered light (8) la
Block numbered Three (S) of
Southwest Addition te Salsa
Maries County. Oregon, at
point 100 feet Easterly from the
Northwest corner ef said lot: ana
raanlng thence Southerly parallel
with the West line ot said lot.
Tf feet to the 8outh llae ot said
lot; theaee easterly along the
South line et said lot, 10 feet te
the Southeast corner of said lot:
thence Northerly along the East
line ot said Sot. Tf feet to the
Northeast corner thereof; thsnee
Westerly along the North line of
said let. 10 feet te the place of
A. C. BTJRK. Sheriff of Mar
tea County. Oregon. J. 11-F. T-
eommerclAllr at 110 a poaad, has
been received tor testing pur
poses. Common strains of lespedesa.
that may do well la the south
have been found to be almost
worthless in this region, but this
Korean strain has been found bet
ter adapted to more northerly
climates than any other known
. ,. as
, , .68
.78 te 1.00
8.00 te 130
.75 te 1.09
.50 sad .76
.40 ea4 .40
(an' sooner or later)
(Z tU- SCORE ONE PER t-7
M VTOSlDEij J '
Egg Prices Uncertain;
Onion Sales Mostly
PORT-JLND, Feb. II. (AP)
Market tor butter continues to
reflect a fully steady tone all
through the Pacific northwest, al
though some California shippers
were still trying to force a low
There was a mixed butterfat
quotation ia Portland and in Its
More or less uncertain prices
continue ia the egg trade. With
a greater vume ot storage re
jects being sold as extras, the
alt nation was showing seasonable
complications. Sellers ot quality
eggs were finding It difficult to
complete as grading rules were
Ignored by some.
Live chicken prices were held
steady in -the Portland market,
A small supply continues.
Demand tor turkeys was in ex
cess ot current offerings. The
market waa held firm.
Prices were being well held for
the week's opening all throu;
the country killed meat trade.
Lambs were in good call with
tojt selling readily at toll quo
PToet of the sales of onions
were from Yakima because ot the
alleged discrimination against
Oregon dealers by vslley growers.
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE
On Saturday the 4th day ot
March, 1933. at ten o'clock A. M.
at the West door of the Court
House in Salem, Oregon, I will
sell at public auction to the high
est bidder tor cash, all the right.
title and interest ot the within
named defendants in and to the
following described real property
situated in Marion County. Ore
Commencing on the Easterly
line of Commercial Street In the
City of Salem, In Marlon County,
Oregon, 77 feet and X Inches
North of the Southwest corner of
lot number five In block number
34 in said City of Salem, at the
center of the common brick wall
running Easterly and Westerly
between the brick building situatn
on the premises hereby conveyed
and the brick building situate
Southerly of and adjoining there
to; thence running Northerly oa
the Westerly boundary line of
said lot 18 feet 4 inches; thence
running Easterly parallel with ihe
Northerly boundary line ot the
said premises deeded by Enoch
May and wife to said Samuel
Adolph 105 feet to the Westerly
line of the Alley running through
said block; thence running South
erly on the said Westerly line ot
said Alley II feet and 4 inches,
more or leas, to a point opposite
the said beginning point; thence
running Westerly 1(5 feet to the
place ef beginning, all situate la
the City ot Salem, Marion County,
State of Oregon.
This sale is made by virtue of a
foreclosure Execution Issued out
Circuit Court ot the State of Ore
gon for Marlon County, te me di
rected ia the case of Mutual Sav
ings Loan Association, a corpo
ration. Plaintiff vs. Margaret
Montgomery Shafer, Cecil T. 8ha
fer, and Marian Sharer, his wife:
William Earl Shafer and Eugenia
Shafer, his wife; Freak E. Shafer
and Mary Shafer. his wife; sod
Frank E. Shafer. as Executor of
the last will aad testament ot
Francis B. Shafer. deceased.
A. C. BTJRK.
Sheriff of Marlon County. Oregon,
By W. RICHARDSON,
E. M. PAGE.
Attorney for plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that by an order ot the County
Court of the State of Oregon for
the County ot Marion duly made,
rendered and entered of record in
said court on the sixth day of
February. 1933, J. C. CHAPMAN
was duly appointed as administra
tor of the estate of ESTHER M.
CHAPMAN, deceased, and that
said J. C. Chapman has duly qual
ified as such administrator. All
persons having claims against
said estate hereby are required te
present the same, with proper
vouchers and doe verification, te
said administrator at 214 United
States National Bank Building.
Salem. Oregon, within six (()
months from the date of the first
publication ot this notice.
Dated and tint published the
seventh day of February. 1133.
J. C. CHAPMAN,
as Administrator of the Estate ef
ESTHER M. CHAPMAN. De
ceased. CARSON A CARSON.
.Attorneys for Administrator.
F. T-l 4-2 1-21; M. T.
By CLIFF STERRETT,