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ST1 fh OREGON fTATC3IlANt Saiga, Orc?oa. Sxturgjty Morklay, lUrch 1933 . ' - ' ; ., 1V " fAGX? SHVEN-
Cards In thU directory run m
monthly baxla ouljr. Rataj
tt par Una per month.
Mlka Panek. tha braka and ahtmmy
Anrlar. 7t South ComiwrghO Sirgt.
Miller Beauty Shop, dial TMX
Renator Boauty Shop, dial Hit.
BICYCI.ES, vetoclpeda . mvw and
,t Harry w. iicoti. ii p. u
Hurt Cr nr. tha catrr. Ph. 7S.
Tlfchona 4450. R K. Korthnfg.
DR. (X I SCOTT. F8C uniropnuaor.
Iaternational Corraapondanca achoola.
Buaineaa, tacbnical coaraaa. ux.
C MnOIMIray. Tet. 4188.
MRS. 8NELOROVK. 41$ N. CotUffa.
TeL 1411. Hamatitxuuns.i ae yara.
TriwnVir. 481 S. Cottage. Upper Hat.
CUT flowera, weddlnji bouqueta run
ral wraatha. coratlona. C F. Brclt
haupU Qorlat. (77 Court. TeL S4.
AIX kind of floral work. LuU rior
tot, ltta A Market Tel. 1582.
Automobile Glaaa Minora
WAXiTER J. DOWNS
Phone ll 8 Breye Ave.. Salem
119 N. High
THB NEW BAIM LACTNDRT
THB WCIDKR UAUNDRT
Hi a Hlsh xai. 1
CAPITAL, CITT LAUNDRY
"We Waah Bverytbinc In Lo"
T!phonaim HM Broadway
UiitrMHi from factory ta tome.
anrina mattru 18.00. BenoTatera and
futiilgatora. Ruga cleaned. Capital Bed-
dlmr Co. TeL . woyiiw.
rnaftna mada td order, old
remade: carpet cleaning, aulas; uuu
... .lnr SaJam Fluff RaaT A Mat'
trs FTactonr B. 1UJ wr www. .
M41. Otto P. Zwlcker. Ert. 1111
r.Rft n. will Planoa. raiOoa. aew
nuMiinM. ahet aaoala and piano
atudlea Repairing radio, phonograph
and sewing machines. ti Btaxe aawn.
win trmAa amltar and leeaona for-
nvthlng I can uee. Storhow, 46 Court.
Dr. Chaa Lam Chlneee Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, n a.
te 4 p. m. 148 N. Commerciab
Wlra Fox Terriere, 1596 Center.
par KTiTinsirBT. carda. Danrph-
leia. cnMrrama. books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department. MB. Commercial. Tele
phone 9101. '
BECKE HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
w u nRAITCHHORST & CO.
lit a. Liberty St TeL 84I8.
104-5 First NafL Bk. BUlg. Tel.
STOVES and store repairing. Sto1
tor sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
lain, hop baskets, hooks, logaa no
fuiom run and Stova Works. Sea
ChmktiL TL 4774. R. B. Wemtaf.
CAPITAL CITT Transfer ' CovMa
Stau SL TeL 7771, Distributing, tor-
warding and storage oar speewsy
Get our rate.
For imi nr distant transfer storage.
cell 1131. Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to inland uny. 1
R. A. West, 80 years erperlenca.
g'T g. Ho, 10 e. TeI. HOFf.
AID NEEDY FAMILY
P ERR YD ALE, March 3 The
Ladies clnb gave a shows for a
I needy family In the dab rooms
i Tuesday afteraooB. A large as
sortment of 1010104; aad naed
soods wag assembled aad sorted
or size. Mrs. WtlUar If slier of
Salt Creek was a gaeat daring the
TO REPEAT COMEDT .
WALDO HILLS. Utrcb. S A
econd pertomaae ef tha throe
ct comedy. "Auntie Up will b
taged Saturdav nirht: March 4
t the Wa7dA niiii hante.
Jn Play la betag tUged tr tha
amaue seaioa of theclub, prs
! to go to the iwieral aab
Classified AJt J
r , ?;CaIl 9101
Slaglt loscrtioa per tla.10o
ThrM iBSftrtions per
r Ua tOe
Six lnaertlo&a per U&..i9e
One rnonta per lla..$1.0t
Minimum ehsjrse ...... 1 M
Copy for UU page e
cepted oaUl 1:50 the erea.
las before pablieatloa tor
lauificatioa. Copy rt
eelred after Lais time will
b raa aader tbe hoadlnt
Too Late to Classify. .
Tbe Statesuaa . aaaamea
ao rinanclat respsnaibnity
for errora which may ap
pear la adyertlsamenU pub
lished in its coin ma, aad
la cAses where- thli paper is
at fanlt will Teprtat that
part of an advertisement In
which the typographical
mtstako ocean, .
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject ohjee
tloaal adrertUlng. it far
ther reserves the right to
elassify all advertising un
der the proper elasaifiea
tiea. HELP WANTED
"iTnnrjv in n - i
State an. axierlnM sni Mfm i
letter. Addreea Box 112. stateaman.
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WANTED 2 aaleamB
work. TeL 1035. Mr. Beyer.
Capable woman with tva ihntrB
to support needs any kind of work.
1144 N. Cottage.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
m Winn r ir -r-Lnru-i
Fertiliser. 75c per yd. TeL f47t
fOR aIJk Old liiarri ir a htrn.
die Statesman offlca.
Elac brooders. 00 chick
and up. Lee's Hatchery.
FOR SALE or exehanae. Vanctin
dra saw for oats or wheat. 803 &
Liberty. Otto Tlmm.
Must seH Kimball Grand piano, like
new. Will sacrifice for cash er terms
to responsible party if sold at once.
ESS So, 23rd.
600 boxes, Orchard run. Rome Beau
ty and Newtown apples. No worms.
4 Jo box : 8 for SL2S.
80S boxes Rome Beautr and New
town's, S&e box, 8 for 11.00.
ze Boxes Newtowna. z&e box : s tmr
$1.18. Bring boxes.
Spltxeuberg, 4c, 63c and 5c box.
Yakima Delicious 19c
Pum apele fulce caL. 20c We de-
Jtver. Open 8unday.
Puritan Cider Works, West Salem
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Radio for sale 10 tube R-32. 8178
Victor. Reposeeseed. Balance due
348.20 Terms. $ down. $5 monthly.
See Mr. Jaim, Wine Muete Store.
Cash for fruit Jars. TeL 159 1.
Responsible middle aged couple
would like care of city or suburban
place for free rent. Box 150. States
man. Wanted Kirls bicycle. Tel. 6070.
Beat hair cut Adults 20c child.. 15a.
Two Mocks a of library. & Winter.
Vibration and massage treatments
85e and up. Forenoons, evenings, and
ail day Saturday. 647 Center St
Cash paid for horses. Baled hay for
sale, $12 ton. Roy Morlan, Rt 3, Box
22. Inquire Liberty store.
FOR RENT ROOMS
$2.00, $2.50. Also 2 or
$ R. apts. 17$
ROOM AND BOARD
For ladles. Also table board. Close to
capKoL 1271 Cbemeketa.
Board. Steam heat $20. TeL 5482.
room, running water, 445
Board and rooms for ladles.
Center St TeL 6678.
Good rooms board. TeL 67(9.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments' downtown. Can
Patton's book stere.",
uxj-i.n n wwwwww.vwvwwvvi'ri
2 ft. apt. 3261 RaseL TeL
Nice front apt, 658 Center.
th klkttott anartmenta. 8 rooms fur
nished, private bath, furnace heat, gar
age, a P. bus line, very attractive,
adults. $20. 1064 Oak St
Nicely furnished heated s room
apartment, 50 Union.
Strictly modern 3 room mfurnisbed
apartment TeL 4441.
. t B. fura, or anfurn. Garage, 411 N.
21st and 267 H. cmrrcn.
FOR' RENT HOUSES
Furn. bouse, J30.
Damon, 7 X.
vara, house. Inquire 1$9 Court.
jijij-i.i-ij-u-ii-in ii ii i
rnn. and onruTB.
Mb IW A.
Forkner, 1(10 N. Cottage,
wr n jwt Unfurnished modern 5
m ,mia. pWih m. intone or
S WMa mwh w
a-room furn. houses for rent Water
furn. 1341 Waller. ': i .
rm m rwrtiishsd cottage i with
nnM .Ian tau adults. . intone .S08.
W WOW 1 . mtm T --
' krtrv Turn. uc.
FOR RENT f yi
,,i,i'.mi.ii.i ewiiMM ""'V' ;?
n.r. and eerviee sta. TeL 355V
WANTED TO BENT
WANTSD to .ten trm staked aJ
equipped, near ru - - - -
1301, 8th Campua.
FOR SALE Real Estat
ftraa firaplau. breakfast room, lots
elSfi -J.cr Artery of
trait, berries, fine shrubbery and Cow
ers, email bam. Urge chicken house
and pasture, $4800. with good termit
Ki 8 High Street
- ' , SNAP.yOR CASH .
Good five room plastered home la a
R? loa.V2n foil cement basement.
Price 11210. cash for IMMEDIATE)
See, W5. 53L 43BJLBENHORST A CO.
184 South Liberty Street
' nm njuruum
FOR SALB OR tra nn
40 acres Ilowell Prairie. tS
cultivation. S acres timber pasture, all
yjar atream. Some new bldga. Fruit.
Tak email acreage up to half value ;
B. IB. HAWLET, SALEM
B. No. T, Box 1HA. H mile North
of Sllverton-Salem highway on Ha-
ael Qreen Park Road
housa at 450 Locust. 8500.00.
R. 7. Box 887. Salem.
A. well improved, electric lights,
modern conveniencea, He wall
Prairie land. A real bargain at
85S0O. Tou will want to buy this
wnen you see 1C
A. about. 60 under cult. baL naa-
ture and timber, running water,
good, house, other bldga. Reduced
to $5000. $600 will handle.
10 A. Polk Co, all under cultivation,
; welL orchard. -A real buy at $1800
or will -trade for city property
Small apartment house proposition,
rental $18.50, Income about $50.
Furniture for sale at $376.
Service station. 4 pumps, ail equip
ment. 0 rm. bouse. Located on
Pacific highway. Reduced te $6,
Houses for rent insurance
trades bring in tour
J. F. TJLRICH COMPANY. Realtors
621 State Street Phone $678
TOUR MONET IS SAFE
BUY ONE OF THESE PLACES
1-acre, some filberts and family or
chard, good t-R. bouse, elect rle lights
and pumping plant, . t poultry houses,
garage. Close in on paved road. Price
very lew at $1000.00.
I-A. aew land, about 75 cord timber,
good well, electrio lights. 4-R bouse,
barn and garage. Price $1850.00. $200
33-ACRE3 8ANTTAM LAND
Saly loam land, about H in cult,
baL all plow tend. Some timber, good
-R. bungalow, barn and etc, 4 cows.
team, tools and implements for 13,-
506.0ft. A real bargain,
JAS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
133 South. High
EXCHANGE Real Estate
18 A., good Improvements. elee wa
ter system: 4 A. bearing cherries.
family orchard: 1 mL from center of
Salem: clear of encumbrance. Owner
waata 80 to 1(0 A.: prefer something
ununprovea. Kuumic anything you
Good 3 -door car to trade for stock
or farm equipment
H. a SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. TeL 801.
FOR SALE FARMS
130 acre T miles Salem. 88
under plow, about 2500 cords of fine
timber, small house, running water.
owner will sacrifice for $2400 and
terms can be arranged.
10 acres of fine bottom land, good
road, small improvements, some tim
ber, easy cleared a snap, only $300
A good 5 room bouse furnished, pav
ed street, basement, furnace, garage.
targe tot, only sise, term.
Melvln Johnson W. M. Pennington
275 State Street
1(0 acres clear, 1(0 acres timber.
running water, electric line. Fair
house, -only 12 H miles from Salem.
Price only $23.00 per acre. Will take
small rarm or city property as part
HAWKINS A ROBERTS
WONDERFUL BUY IN CLOSE
City Conveniences and Country
tlK. acres well located 1U miles
out on paved highway, best of dark
rich soil, can. be easily divided into 5
acre tracts, modern e room neuse.
nlumbinx. electric lights, bunt tns.
fireplace, full basement, drove weU,
water system, double xarsjre. cnicKen
coops for 800 bene, barn. Priced for a
short time at oniy ssove ana worm
double. Part terms.
If you are thinking or buying a
farm, let us show you this one.
chtlds a miller. Realtors
844 State Street Phone 6708.
92 ACRE SNAP
$3500. All stocked and equipped.
Best of soil, all fenced and cross
fanned. Several stft-iiurs. 25 A. Plow land.
Balance extra fine timber, and good
pasture. Forced to sell on account poor
neaitn. ir lOOKing lor a snap, k
BECHTEL OR. THOHASOH
341 State Street Room
Will make you an Independent living-
Let us snow you..
HILLCREST ANGORA Ca
TeL 8166 Rt $. Box 15.
Psc Hwy. H mile so. ex aaiem.
Small grocery with Irving
Box 151, care Statesman.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
SURPLUS BABY CHICKS at sac
rifice prices Tuesday and Friday
only. See our bargains. Custom batch
ing. Hatenmg eggs. rmra
Lee's Hatchery. Baiem, uregoo.
Market poultry wanted. . Any quan
tity. Highest cash prices. Tel. Hit
SALEM POULTRY COMPANY
255 E. Miller Street
35 Wiener pigs $20. Also brood sow
with pigs 19. Byron Muoaeu. muw
Custom batching. 600 egga at io
every Saturday ana uesar. .
133F3. Lee's Hatchery.
xweii' ii .
WATCTPm Good, gentle cow. Must
be cheap. $70 N. Summer.
POLLY AND HER
auHT MAGOG tN PAtmlj-f fZJFt?) (PtS?) (ONE y&)
! X c3 I USED TO-TH3 jS Q&ESSA&Q f XEgJ7 pwrv, n v, iS?v r"! r
Jllf ' 'fK ' l- "fV 'iT la:" i ' ifW "L,
Iv'p - ' 1 ..mm-emiaaaHeewme, .! S - . -, - .
Over $1,080, 00 worth of false
teeth were exported from this
country last year.
O i. , . .
Cigarette ashes make good sil
Carpenters still make Ill.O
per day In Washington. D. a
The state of Vermont was tak
en Into the onion March 4, 1781.
Friday was S-3-33. Third
month, third day, thirty-third
MONEY TO LOAN
-- i n -
Barrow en nersenal nmafiT!
in monthly Installments. WILLAM
KTTB LOAN COj SUte lie. 8-16$, 51$
Guardian Bldg. TeL 3ITT.
'Bells of Harmony
Beard over KOtlt dairy
ring 0111 a loan service that
to really, really different,
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
om uuni sis te 8300
11 New BUgbBldg. 2nd
LaUHiXSKZI BT STATU
81$ SUte St TeL 8-7-4-0
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
Toe keep the rax
P. A. BIKER
Cor. Llbertv St tA
Phone 4H3 Salem. Ore,
i i iiMiw mmm -L tjt.-jt.-j
MADE en furaltare, ears, salaries
w JE2 iTfty. Repayable
monthly. When ta ftaasctaJ need see
us Before cloud ttg a loan.
First National Bank Bldg. Pheae 8383.
FOR SALE WOOD
- . . . "--"" - in ruin n. itjutjlj
wood. Reasonable. Lee.
load. TeL 8847.
Fred E, Wella.
Dry wood, TeL
If lx dry Snd fir, $2.60 per toad.
Planer ends 82.50 ner load, at TruVs
TeL Sftee Salem Fuel Ce Trade
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Fir. ash. reason able nrlni Tl
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Dry wood $t00 cord. Phase $41L
Wood 2nd growth fir. 10 ta. It.Ta.
Dry oak $6.00. George MettxUr, Mar
DRY FIB AND OAK WOOD, oaj
and feel e4L Call ee en f er prtceai We
give sjeosi eneesure. gooa quality aao
tvARMER TRANSFER STORAGt
Ash,- flr end oak, TeL 548.
Dry wood that la dry. CalL 113F33.
Old fir. If. $4.28.
Dry fir and oak. Phone 462.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Feb. 17th between Oregon
City and Salem, large black and tan
hound. Name "Static." White ea
chest and toes. Scar en left ankle.
$10.00 reward. J. Walter . Creightee,
8trayed to my place, two lambs.
John R Calm us, Aumsvllle, R. 1,
Box II A.
FOUND Keys In leather
Owner call at Statesman office.
Lady above fifty, wishes te
pond with gentleman of like age, and
of good hablta Box 4. care 8t a teaman,
FOR SALE USED CARS
Here are a few ef our O. K. used
car bargains you should see before you
2 DODGE -6" COUPE
fine mechanical condition. A real
buy for $$
29 CHEVROLET COUPE
Reflnlahed tn Dueo, good tires aad
has been reconditioned throughout
A fine value for ... $246
'30 CHBVSOUBT SEDAN
Excellent finish, four new tires, up
holstering like new, completely over
hauled tor only $$$5
'31 CHEVROLET COACH
Looks like a new car, all sew tires,
new seat covers, has been -pat 1st
the finest mechanical condition. A
real value and bargain for $3S5
'39 BUICK SEDAN
Here Is a real bargain, finish and up
holstery like new, good tires and
fine mechanical condition. This
large, roomy sedan for - $36
Other bargains te select frees equally
attractive and must be seen te- be ap
preciated, A call wQ bring a car te
Buy here With confidence
MeKAT CHJCVRQLKT CO.
333 Center 430 N. Comt
l Phone S189
118 Whippet 4 Sedan
1(19 Duraat Sedan
121 Chevrolet Coach
Federal Truck ltt ton
.1884 Ferd Touring
ALL GOOD BUYS
RAIN'S TOP BOOT SHOP
FOR SALE USED CARS
These CARS MUST be SOLD
see us about them
. J Ask te see TEST RECORD
If0 Buick Roadster - , 0 $6.00
103$ Buick Coupe
136 Buick Cwope 0(.00
131 Ford Standard Coupe S06.ee
131 Ford, Standard oupe 276.00
1910 Ford RtmnAmrA nwn. 4C as
r uru uatnese) uoupe
13$ Ford" Sport' Coupe
188 Ford Tudor-Sedan
ixs rare Phaeton
131 Ford Sport Roadster
13 Ford Touring .
125 Ford Touring ,. .. ,
121 Ford Pickup ;
180 Chevrolet Coupe .,
130 Chevrolet Coup
130 Chevrolet Coupe ,
138 Chevrolet Delivery
18T Star Sedan
135 Studebaker Sedan
Constantly Creating Confidence
VALLEY MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 3158 Center Street Display
Phone 710. Lot at Marlon A Liberty
Market Exceedingly Dull;
BOSTON, March I. (AP)
The Commercial Bulletin of Bos
ton, will say of the wool market
"The wool market has been ex
ceedingly dull. In the absence
of aales It is difficult to a note
prices with assurance, although
there appears to hare been very
little change as a matter of quo
tation. The entire trade Is wait
ing for a cleaner view of the
banking and political situation,
especially with reference to the
lnangnral address of the aew
"The manufacturing situation
is hardly changed. Activity at the
mills is lessening. The light
weight demand Is developing very
"In the west there Is little or
nothing new reported. Here, too.
there is a dls position to await
developments aad bids bare been
lowered where made at all.
"The foreign markets are
steadier and a bit more active.
Primary markets are firm.
Mohair is dull and unchanged."
Oregon Fine and F. M. staple
3l-40c: fine and Ft M. Fr. comb
ing 35-S7c: fine and F. VI.
clothing Sl-S2c; valley No. 1,
36-3 8 c.
Oregon 13-14; domestic grad
ed first combing 3 4-2 5c; second
combing 3 3-2 3 c; third combing
17-18c; fourth eJmblng lS-lse;
good carding 2 0-2 5c; first kid
45-S0c; second kid 25-40c.
Men to Present
AUMSVTLLK, March 3 The
regular meotiag of the commun
ity dub will be held at the school
house Tuesday night, Marea T.
The men of the community are
putting oa this program in com
petition with the one the women
will put oa la April. Five judges
will determine the winner, whom
the loser will entertain.
NOTICE OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed la the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Marion, her
duly verified final account, as ex
ecutrix of the last will and testa
ment and estate of Charles A.
Park, -deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 28 th
day of March, 1933, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M. of said day,
as tho time, and the County Court
Room in the County Court House,
at Salem, in Marion County, Ore
gon, as the place for hearing said
final account and all objections
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
21th day of February, 1333.
MART W. PARK,
Executrix of the last will and tes
tament and estate of Charles A.
RONALD a GLOVER,
Attorney for Executrix,
F. 25 M. 4-11-11-25.
Saturday. March 4
2C0A0 Oerants BOO SCs.
T:00 a. nw Kerning MedltaUeas led by
Mies Kerry Pittaaaa. .
:00 Meemisf eaaocri.
10:00 Heeae TcoBsmUa Observer.
13:00 Keen Farm Beer.
145 Areaad the
:IS Aeeaan leasee.
0:80 Farm Boas.
WOOL TRIE HW1I
1 Program 1
.to, 3 - Point' Gains
Shown in Final
By JOHN Lw COOLET
NEW YORK. March 3. (AP)
Most financial markets rallied
with some spirit today, thus car
rying along the advance of late
Thursday. Shares and comnlodi
tlee were more buoyant than'
bonds, which showed a small av
erage net loss, but several good
recoveries occurred in that mar
ket. Final Quotations represented 1
to 3 points net gains.
By doping time U. 8. f teel had
cut la two a 3-point rUe end a
gain of 1 for American Tele
phone had been reduced to 3. Al
lied Chemical retained about three
fourths of a 4tt point jump. Un
ion Pacific shared a rise of 4 to
1 net, V. S. Steel preferred lost
3 points of a rally that approxi
mated S. International Harvester.
American Tobacco "B," National
Biscuit, Santa Fe, Westing ho o so,
American Can, Consolidated Gas,
Case, Standard OR of New Jersey
and Coco Cola were up 1 te 3 or
better at the close. Sales totaled
Call loans renewed at 3 per
cent and later went to 4, the high
est rate since December 29, 1130.
Time money firmed to $H per
cent which dealers said was a
PORTLAND, Ore, Mere. 1. (AP).
Produce exchange, act prieee: Butter
Extras ISe, standards 10 He. prise firsts
18 He, tints ISe. Eggs Freak extras 18
14e, atediojas lt-lSe.
Portl and Grain
POBTLAXD, Ore, Marek 8. (AP),
Wbbat Open Hies. Lev Ooee
May. eld 44 44 H 44 45
May. new 4H 44 48 44
July- 45 45 45 45
Cash wheat: JTe. 1 Big Bea blnattesa,
50c; dark hard wtater 18 per eeat, SOe,
11 per eeat, 48c; soft wafte, hard wtater,
41; northers spring, western white,
40 ; weatera red. S0H.
Oats No. t white $18.50.
Corn Ne. 8B yellev $1T.
MiUroa Staadard $18.
PORTLAND, Ore, Marek 8. (AP)
Barter rriata, 03 ecere ee better lie
seead, standards 30 He.
Err Pacific Peel try Prod users' sell
ing prices: Freak estras 14e, etaeesres
18c, ntediaaia ISe.
Oeeatry meats Balnea price te retail-
erst Oeeatry -killed kegs, beet batchers,
aader ISO poeads, 5e: vealera, 80 te
100 peaaas. S-e; taatee 11-lZc. year-
Uags ee- aeevy ewes S-oa, cesser eewe
a-3e. bells 4-4 He
Kate Oregon walnuts 15-lBc pouad.
peaaata 10a, Brails 13-14e, elmoeds 15
ISe. filberts 2012a. pecaae 10c
Caieara bark Beyieg prlee. 133 seeL
Hope KemlneL 1033. 24-36e.
B iUterfa4 Direct to shippers: Station,
15-lTc; Pestlaad delivery arieee, chara
ing ereeaa lS-lSe, sweet creesa higher.
Live pesitrj Be rise ezieei Heavy
hens, ceiored, 4 penada 11-lle; ee aie-
diuma 10c; lights Sc; sprUies, light 12a,
heevy 13e; eld roeeters Se; doeka. Pekia,
apring 16c. eld 10-lle, eelered 10e.
Onioas -Selliag priee to retailers: Ore-
roe 80-SOe eetasL Yakima Spanith 76-
Pete tees LeeeL 65-T5c eraBgc bos;
Deeeketee tSeaw OOe-OL. Yakima Gems
BO-SSe eeatal: sew. Flerida. Be poena.
Weei 10S3 clip, aeealael;
vaBey 11-lte peaae. eeatera
POaTLAKD, Ore, Marek 3. (AP).
Cattle tteeeipts st ; selves is ; steady.
Steers, 550 te 000 peeads, good 84.'. 5
5.35, mediaai 64-4.75, eemsaea $3-4; 00
te 1100 pounds, goes 14.30 , meetom
$4-A60. eemtaoa $8-4; 1100 te 1S0
peeads. geed $8.85-4.35. ssediem 3 S.B5.
Heifers, 650 te TSO poeaas, geod 04.15
4.50, eommoa-medium 43.50-4.35 ; 760 te
000 pounds, rood -choice $4-.25. eesuaea
medium 83-4. Cewa, good $3.35-8.75,
commoa-mediem $3.85-8J(0, low cotter
aad cattcr $U5 3.T5. Bella, yearling ex
e laded, geed (beef) 63.S5-i.T5. eattor
medium 8L.SO-3.aS. Vealera. good -choice
85.50-S.S5, aaedinm $4.85-6.60. call-eom-mea
01.5O.4.15. Celvee, $260 te 600
poeeda, good -choice $4-6.50, eemmee-sae-eism
Hogs aeccipts 400; steady.
Light lights 140 te ISO peende geed
akeiee $3.60-4.10. Lightweight, 160 U ISO
peeads, $4-4.10; ISO te 300 poaaaa, $4
4.1, Medlam weight. 300 te S20
peases. $8.50-4.10: 330 to 350 peeads,
$8.50-4. Heavyweight, 360 to 30
peaads $3.35-4; 300 to S50 peenda.
(A1S-S.85. Packing sews, 376 te 850
pweade, geed OS - 8.78, 250 le 426
semnda $8-8.60, 426 to 850 peeads 08
8.50; STS to 850 peones, mediant. $
8.35. Feeder aad steeker pigs, TO te ISO
poands, geed-ekeiee 8S.6e.
Sheep end iambs 1 ere i pes 660; eteadr.
Laas. 00 peeads dewe, geed-ekeiee
35.35-5.64, aiaiaiis siilia W 644 J5.
YeerUag wethers, 00 to 110 peemds. feed
choice $8-4, medteaa $3 8. Ewes. 00 te
310 eeemds, geedheiee 63.8S-S.T; 120
te 160 peeads $3-3.50; all weights, com-
otediom f I-a.
SON TO 1 EXSSEN
TURNER, March S Friends ot
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Thelssea of
ML Yera on, eastern Oregon, have
received the announcement ot the
birth January 32 at a son, Thomas
Beryl, ho beiag their fourth son.
The family mads their home In
Turner for a tow years when Mr.
Thelssea kadi charge of the local
Oregon food sad flour mill.
SOARS 3 CENTS
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f IM per
(Milk bsted ea sesU-meataly
Butterfat Sweet, 18c;
Prieee paid te greeers sy Beleai ssyers
(Tke prices beiew, applies sy a fecal
greeer. are iadleative ef the dsity stark!
bet are eet rearaeteed by Tbe Suictau)
raOTT aJTD TEaBTABLEa
Carrots. CeliL. crate , .. ,-,3 1
Oreea pepper, OaliL. IK .11
Paaa, CaliL la, .IS
Cabbage, la, .0
Ooions, dee. beaeKea
retsteee, Yakima Ne. 1
PeUtoea, weal ,
Sweet potatoes, erase ,
.75 U 1.00
(Jelory hemrta dee.
Temateee, aetaeaae, erate
Ovreae. Weiia Walla
Onioea, La bite. ewt. ,
-2.10 to 3 .U
Daalaa eeaasa. doe.
Hsbbetd squash, lb.
Parse i pa. haadred
BAabarb. both ease
.55 te .80
AO aad .60
.40 te .60
Borne Beaaty . ,
.1.00 te L.3S
.1.50 te LT6
.8.00 to A 00
Oraagea, faaey al
Taraipa. Calif, erate
Spinach, CaliL. erate
Top. 1083. lb.
Top. 1033, lb
-OS to .04
01 to J3
.0 to JOt
.03 to .03
Colored bene .
Light fryers .
Dree ted veeL ten
OBADI AJTD BAY
Wheat, weatera red .
White. He. 1
Barley, top, tea
Oete. white, tea .
Oata, grey, top, ton
Oats ao4nvetch.r'tea 0.00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, valley. 1st eet -10.00 te 11-00
Alfalfa, eastera toegoe
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1033, Steeeard Statistics Co.)
60 30 20 00
Iad'ls aa's Ct'a Total
Today 44.7 14.0 71.8 48.4
PreT. day 4S.S 14.1 6S.6 44.0
Week age 44.T 24.1 TS.S 4S.
Year ago , SAP S5.S 107.S 60.3
8 Yrm. age 180.8 137.0 34S.6 185.5
High 1933 55.3 80.0 05.8 5S.S
Low 1B3S 43.S 38.6 68.1 48.0
High 1933 73.8 SS.S 111.0 73.0
Low 1933 86.1 18.3 51.8 35.0
Year ago .
S i n.
High 193S 66.1
Lew 193S 5S.8
High 1932 71.8
Low 1933 5S.8
New 1933 Low.
Rifle Match Opens
Saturday With 60 .
SILVERTON. March 3. The
first and second battalions, with
Lieutenant Lee Alfred In charge
of the former and Lieutenant
Frank Alfred of the Utter, of
Company I, l(2d Infantry, will
enter a rifle match, the first of
the series of three shoots te be
held Saturday afternoon at the
Sixty men will enter the contest
and the elimination will leave bat
10 in each group. The losers are
to furnish a supper for the win
ners. CHAPMAX MOVES TO TOWN
MOUNTAIN VIEW. March I
Sam Chapman is moving to Sal em
aad Mr. aid Mrs. William Cox and
family, formerly of tho Eagle
Crest orchards, win occupy the
Chapmaa home, Twla Oaks."
Larkla and Anuaoa Grlee have
rented the acreage of the Chap
maa fruit aad ant farm.
FLAY DATE CH OSE3T
SCIO. March t Friday evening
March 21 has been chosen as tho
date of presentation tor the Junior
play. 1 W1H 1 1 Woat" The place
will be announced later.
Unrivalled in Many,
CHICAGO. March 3. (AP)
In spectacular price upturns en
rivaled la many months, wheat
soared almost S coats a bushel
Big purchase orders attributed
to eastera sources started the
wheat market skyward. Suecesstre
wavea of general buying followed
fast, and were attributed 'argely
to widespread expectance that
President-elect Roosevelt's Inaug
ural address tomorrow would
prove constructive, and that the
new administration at Wasbing
tan would take the government
out of tho grata business. '
Despite late setbacks because of
increased selling to realize profits,
wheat closed buoyant, 14-2 cents
above yesterday s finish, corn
ltt- up, oata advanced
Today closing quotations:
Wheat May. 4S&-H; July.
43-; September, 48-SO.
Cora May, 244-; July.
2$;. September. 27TI-28.
Oata May, lt-ltt: July.
l-; September, IT.
BETTER DE1I IS
PORTLAND, March 3 JAP)
Trade la turkeys continued to re
flect a somewhat better demand
than supply within the Pacitio
northwest territory. Offerings of
dressed birds remain very limited
and far below actual dally re
quests for supplies. Sales of hens
were mostly 15c although here
and there something really lop
Quality sold lc better, but few of
the latter were available.
Trading in the hatter market
continues to reflect at least stead
iness with strength in spots in the
local territory. Make continued
very right with demand good.
While sale of undergrades was
Increasing aad to some extent
holds down the price of good stuff,
the egg market in general Is con
sidered fully steady.
Late advance in the price ot
live chickens here was well held.
Sales were generally at top prices
for practically all offerings. Spring
ducks were in call with few arriv
ing. More country killed calves were
reaching the wholesale way but
demand was good and prices well
held as a rnle. Hogs were about
steady. Demand for old lambs
and mutton remains favorable.
JEFFERSON, Mar eh 3.
Conser of the Millersburg neigh
borhood, reports that alfalfa, as
a Willamette valley river bot
tom hay product, has been very
profitable for him. From 4S
acres he baled 108 tons of hay.
As there is no spring grass, Con
ser finds that his alfalfa is is
demand among those farmers who
have led all their hay and he has
been busy distributing hay to
farmers for their stock.
Mr. Conser seeded his 45 acres
three years ago, and harvested
three crops of hay last year.
Besides baling 103 tons. Conser
fed the loose hay to his stosk
and filled his dairy barn with
hay to feed his stock over winter.
The alfalfa was not killed by
the freeze of the past winter,
and Conser expects better yield
of hay from his field la tbe fu
ture. BURIAL AT FOX VAIXKT
LYONS, Mareh 3 Burial serv
ices for Eugene Coats of Stsyton
was held at the Fox Valley ceme
tery Wednesday afternoon at 3:30.
Graveside service was conducted
by the Stsyton Odd Fellows lodge.
Tho Coats family were old time
residents of Fox valley.
JEAX HATN HONORED
BETHEL. March 3. Mrs. .
M. Nichols has received word
that her little granddaughter,
Jeaa Haln, formerly of . Bethel,
has taken high honors ta tbe
declamatory contest at Merrill,
competing in a group of 41 con
testants. SEW FOR RED CROSS
WACONDA. March 3. Mem
bers of the Christian .Workers,
adult class at Eldridge Sunday
school, met Friday afternoon at
the homo of Mrs. A. W. Nuaoaa,
Sr., to lew for tho Rod Croes.
By CLIFF STERRETT
- . -v. ' '
less, R, 2, Box 100, Aurora.