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Carta la tbl directory rosea
mentlUy basts eetly. Bates
L99 Pr Una pr month. .
Mtke Paaek. tba braka and shimmy
drr. 379 Sooth Commwctai Street.
Idler Baanfjr Bbop, dial T358.
Senator Beauty Shop, dial Hit.
BICYCLES, velocipedes new and
used. Harry W. Scott. 14T R Com'l,
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 3763.
Telephone 4450. R. K. Notthaeaa,
DR. O. L. BCOTT, PSC Chiropractor.
26 N. HIsh. Tet Rea 8578.
International Correspondence schools.
Bustnera, technical courses. Bx. 1(4,
C McGIUlTray. TeL 4133.
MRS. 8NELCSROVE. 445 N. Cottage.
TeL T4I6. Hemstitching, oc yard.
Dresamka;. 431 S. Cottage. Upper flat.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decoration. C F. Breit
haupt. florist. 1 77 Court. TeL 904.
AXX. kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
ist. Ith A Market TeL t5.
Auto and window glass mirrors. TeL
51 OS. Walter J. Downs. 680 Breye.
BBCKB A HENDRICKS
149 N. High TeL 4947
THE NEW 8ALEM LAUNDRT
THE W EIDER LAUNDRY
tt a High TeL MZ5
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRT
First In Quality and Service
Telephone 3145 1344 Broadway
u.tirMM from faster to home.
prlnjr Caattreea $8.00. Renovato-s and
fumlgatorm. W vi-i
ding Ca TeL 444. -J030 N. Capitol,
New mattress made to order, old
remade: carpet cleaning, sUrtng;Ouff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag Mat
trees Factory, a l$th n?,r:
44L Otto P. Zwlcker. Bet. 11L
GEO. C. WILL PUnos, radios, sew
ing machines, sbeet musio and plane
studies. Re pairing radios, phonographs
andaewlns Mchlnea 433 State Street.
Will trade guitar and lessons for
anything I can use. Storhow. 458 Court
Dr Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday. 10 :30 a.m.
foT p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
Wire Fox Terriers. 1594 Center.
FOB STATIONERY, cards. PnP;
letaT Drograma, books or any kind of
prtaUncaU The Statesman PrinUng
Separtment. Jit a Commercial. Tele-
N D. Clement. Income Tax Reports.
iidltlng. 110 N Conil X1 S030
"nKKB 4 HENDRICX3, TeL 44T.
w- ENHRST TeLi4.t.
134 & Liberty 8L
ini.s rtr NafL Bk. Blda. Tel. T347.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
foV aaMw rebuilt and repaired. Ail
WrUW woven wire fence, fancy 4
puts! J baskets, books, lops i hook
Salem Fence and Stove Work 343
oh-m-ir-m. TeL 4774. R. a Fleming.
Sttte sTt.L T?73. DUtrlbuUng. for
wardlnV and storage eur specialty.
Get our rates.
. , jn.t.ni transfer storage.
Si SlSriS -Truster Co. Truck.
r. A. West 30 years experience,
RKD 6. Pox 143 B. TeL tlOFS.
Is Special Feature
nAZBT. GREEN, March.
Miss Naomi Van Clear of tna
N Dutt evangelistic party, will con
duet a children's meeting Sunday
V morning; atter Sunday school.
. Rev. Clark U. Smith, pnator wSU
preach at 11 o'clock.
Penaell. minister Of th9) Naaarenelberriea, some youna berries, blackcaps
woraing lor jaws nuuy nuuu-.iv.
haa Joined tha Dnf f avangellatic
party. Miaa Pennetl; atager wUl
assist MUs Sadie Nassie in revival
meeting at Liberty beginning Sun-
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HELP WANTED FEMALE
Girl for housework, care one child,
110.00 monthly salary. Must have ref
erence. Box IS 8, Statesman.
Good man solicitor. Must have car.
Apply today, 1391 N. Fourth and Hood
Roofing salesmen. Must have car.
:30 a. m. Salem Hardware Co. Mr.
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Exp. girl wants housework, $10 mo.
Mildred Anderson, Melrose, Ore.
Boy, 1 8 yra old, wishes work en
farm. Box 155, care Statesman.
Wanted Manual work, 30c per
hour. I manage my own business. Gar
den work, carpenteerlng, or wood
splitting. Chas. Berry, Room 4,
W. a T. U. building.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
600 boxea Orchard run. Rome Beau
ty and Newtown apples. No worma
43c box; 3-for L25.
30) boxes Rome Beauty and New
town's, S5c box, S for $1.00.
250 boxes Newtowns, 25c box; I for
$1.15. Bring boxes.
Spltzenberg, 43c, 53c and 65e box.
Yakima Delicious 63c.
Pure apple juice gnL, 20c. We de
liver. Open Sunday.
Puritan Cider Works, West Salem
Radio for sale 10 tube R-32. $173
Victor. Repossessed. Balance due
! $48.24 Terms. $5 down, $5 monthly.
See Mr. Jans, Will's Music Store.
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recommended by State college. W. U
Powell, Kt 4, CorvaliLa, Oregon.
Electric brooder for wood. Ph. 4044.
Baby chicks to trade for wheat or
oats. Present or fall delivery. Wood,
veal or market poultry. Box 159, care
Caah for fruit Jara TeL 8593.
Wanted girls bicycle. TeL 6079.
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Why throw away good money T The
hosiery mending dept. at Grand Silver
store repairs hose like new, 6c to 35c.
Sewing of all ktnds neatly done.
Reasonable prices. - TeL 4055. 1498 a
Wanted, master 540 size, incubator.
Sylvia Konlson. Monmouth. Ore.
Beat hair cut Adults 20c child.. 15c.
Two blocks 8. of library, a Winter.
Vibration and massage treatments
35c and up. Forenoons, evenings, and
all day Saturday. 647 Center St.
ROOM AND BOARD
Front room, running water. 445
Board and rooms for ladles. 757
I Center St. TeL 5478.
Good rooms board. TeL 4769.
Excellent board and room for one or
two persons In quiet modern home
near state house. - Home privileges
Box 154, Stateeman.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattoa apartments downtown. Can
Pattern's book store.
Fur. 3 R. acU 3211 HaseL TeL
Olrmnlc 710 N. Liberty.
3 R. furn. or unfurn. apta
Nice frort apt 453 Center.
Furn. and unfurn. houses, R A.
Forkner. Ill N. Cottage. TeL 303L
Small bouse, partly furn. 3430 Lee.
Furn. or unfurn. modern 5 r. house.
Close in. Call 3131 or T529.
Good 5 R. house furn. 310 per month
can work out Vt rent for 6 months.
Boy 154, care Statesman.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR 994 DOLLARS we will sell
yea IS acres of real bottom land, with
small nouse, gooa well and some oth
er Improvements, a small part cleared
balance easy clearing with some good
umber. Reasonable down payment and
Ws have two very desirable timber
tracts that we will sell on attractive
Mel v In Johnson W. 1C Penningtoa
z grate street
HACHAMGfi ReaJ Estate
FOB RENT OR TRADE
It acre 43antiaa river bottom land
l room house, lartre bam. 5 acres straw-
fof e1Ti,od cash per year.
. ciiAa hudkans -
ieva Btere Bicte. - Phone in
0 1S mL Roaeburg, clear, good
idgs. to trad for place 19 to tl mi
iaiem. lit! K. Commercial ft
. EXCHANGE: Real EaUU
111 acrea stocked and equipped. I
easy terms: will exenanm far email I
aoreajre near Salem or any - rood town
la valley. See nut about thla aooe.
H. C 8HUDS
Oregon Bids. TeL 991.
FOR SALE FARMS
X am offering- my fine farm of 111
acres for 35500, that la well worth
aunt coiuiacr auuia irmam t .
if priced right. Well located. II miles 1
Salem. Pacific highway. S you are I
iio.oee. Might consider some trade
lookUur for a scan see
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Room 4
9 acres with comfortable new house.
4 rma., elec. llsrhts, bun tins, garage,
email barn, variety fruit and berries,
close in, 11850., terms. Ask lor ureer.
175 South High Street
SMALL, CLOSE IN ACREAGE
1 1-5 acres near city limits, north,
two houses, one 4 rooms and one 4
rooms, garages and woodsheds, drilled
well, bearing fruit trees, some berries.
Price for all $1900, one-third cash.
1 acre tract with 5 room plastered
ut to-.umbing, electric
water system, garage and woodshed.
Price 42500 with terms.
CHILDS A MILLER. Realtors
344 State Street Phone 474S
A real bargain 56 -acres. About
11-A. cleared. Most all plow land, good
for alfala or hops, Santlam bottom.
some timber, runtunjr water.
bids Price cut for quick sale, $2000.
$500. down, baL easy.
STOCKED A EQUIPPED
14 -acres. 7 5-A. plow land, some
fruit, little timber, nice creek, 7-R.
house, bath, electric lights, hen house.
S cows, 2 horses, 2 brood sows and
some pigs, 22 sheep, 11 lambs. All
for 17500 13(100 Anwrn Tnt vmir
money In one of these ; safest place.
JAS. T. SEARS, Realtor
133 South High Street
r Business Opportunities
Garage and service eta. TeL 3591.
-niiuiwvn anil uuuiui
SURPLUS BABY CHICKS at
rifice prices Tuesday and Friday
only. See our bargains. Custom hatch
rag. Hatching eggs. Phone 133F3,
lm i iiatcnery, salem, Oregon.
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Custom hatching: 500 eggs at lHo
every Saturday and Tuesday. TeL
33F2. Lee's Hatchery.
Custom hatching at reduced prlcea
2114 North Front St, Salem, Ore. I
grade Jerseys, 4 milking; 1 fresh-
ens March 20.
Stayton. TeL 2S4, Stayton.
Market poultry wanted. Any Quan
tity. Highest cash prices. TeL 133F2.
Lee s Hatchery.
FOR SALE Two cows coming fresh
soon, $25 and $15. Phone 100F22.
MONEY TO LOAN
Room 119 New BllghBldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BT STATU
111 State St TeL l-T-4-4
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
Ton keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Phone 4733 Salem. Ore
rLIUWDAiJ ljUAil D
or other good security. Repayable
wm i-. wu iui inlaid v I . mn in i i
monthly, when In financial need see
us oero ciosmg a loan. -
First National Bank B!e. Phone 8553.
Borrow on persona property ; repay
In monthly Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO.. Btate Ha S-169. 505
Guardian Bldg. TeL 3877.
FOR SALE WOOD
Good dry wood. Reasonable.
load. TeL 8 84 7. Fred E. Wella
Dry wood. TeL 4413.
is in. arr zna nr. ss.ae per loma.
Planer end. $3.60 per lead, at Tracy'a
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL 5000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade a
Fir, ash, reasonable prices. Tel
Dry wood $4.00 cord. Phone 3411,
Wood Ind STOWtli ftr. 11 In. 3S.TI.
Dry oak $5.00. George Meitsler, Mar
DRT SIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel OIL Call en ua tor. prlcea, We
give com in ea sure, gooa quaiitv ana
LARMBR TRANBFSR 8TORAOC
Ash. ftr and oak. TeL I843L
Dry wood that to dry. Call. U3F33.
No. i is in. old fir. $4.09. TeL 445.
Old fir. 13 to $.3. Ph. 3933.
A-l old fir 13 in. TeL 813s.
POLLY AND HER
YE GODS LAST NlOHT 1 f T OU,D BETTER CAU-) ITtthC, WGl. PERKlNaS BUT DOTT OuJl (g) XM$QT
CtHB NEXT-DOOR VlTAEV PETXsi XxJOKTT V V THINK IT ANNOV VtXJW .
C I3ANCED TILL LWrVH AN f VVS ONE O'ClJXK ($UlXKDH) KEDOCg NESHBCRSJ? Cl tMOW 50 tl)
5r St'night its pollvsY ) i WPC7r " Jeafjg ?b
xht ' rs wfe' TSSfr-- crrTS;
DIDN'T REAUZ& v y-iv?-3i THINK Sa 3 fiA' V - ' ' .
W': KS . .. .' vipewtr-- JB 7-p. it II .tttviTl'iK- W r.. I IflfffL-Lr -' lv . u. I -
FOR SALE USED CARS
MeKATS) USED CARS WITH
AN aK. THAT COUNTS
Overland Sedan t U
Rollins Touring tl
39 Eases Coae - .,,
'IS Ford Tudor Sedan, Trunk
St Ford Fordor Sa. Overhaul
'IS Dodge Coup
'21 Butck Sedan. Special at
11 Coupe. Reconditioned
'39 Sport Roadster
IS Sedan .
'IS Ceaoh. Like new
4 late eaodet Chevrolet aad Ford
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"J . : ani
I!!Ld rJf 'f,
overhauled aad guaranteed, f Sift te
TERMS YBAVU I
He AT CHEVROLET (XX
333 Center 430 N. ComX
bouse. 148 Union 8t
Women Will Present Com-
munity Entertainment at
AUMSVTLLE, March The
largest crowd ever present at a
Community club meeting was on
hand Tuesday nlgtit to witness
the program presented by the
men. A short business meeting
nrpuldprt over bv the oresl-
, t Mp -m jTaAar
dent, MrS. A. J2. Mraaiey.
The program consisted or
songs by the big chorus, direct
ed by T. C. Mountain; music by
Haymakers orchestra; high
school chorus; song by rhyth
mic chorus; readings by Waldo
Riches; dnet by Morris and
Johnnie Baker; play, a mock
trial, "Jones versus Jinks" by
I Harvey Snyder, Harvey Carlson,
D Eastburn, Sllmer Brown,
Iti - - TJ- rv, PI.. Xf-tJ-
I Leonard Lee, Sam Weiss, Ar-
chie Pardee, Guy Gearhart, Les
lie Brauner, Raymond Titus, Eu
gene Richards, Fred Stlener, Ed
Highberger, Tom Winslow, Bert
Bradley, Lee Highberger, Leslie
Braune and Lawrence Roberts.
Music by Haymakers orchestra;
song by alumni quartet, clog
dance by Sam Baker and Sam
Weiss, song by chorus directed
by Theo. Mountain,
Let Me Call
acted ont by
Howard Tong and Lawrence Ro
berts; and "Good Night Ladles."
The grade school 4-H Sewing
club Held a candy sale.
In April the women will pre
sent the program which will be
In competition with the one the
men gave. Five judges were se
lected to determine the winners.
who will be entertained by the
Miss Marcia Wright was host
a Saturday night to her Sun
day school class and a few
friends at her home.
Mrs. susie Ransom and son
Wayne, Mrs. Rose Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Martin motor
ed to Alsea Saturday to attend
the funeral of Cnrtls Seely who
was at one time a resident of
At Brooks Sponsor
Benefit Card Play
BROOKS. March 9. The
Brooks baseball bora snon sored a
1 4. I. V. 4v . A .1.1..
i . . ....
" piay weanesaay nigm at tne
I community Clubhouse. High score
WM won bv Miaa Pearl Johnson
I 7 ,
I ,iiu xvicuara ana tow ocure
1 went to Mrs. Virgil Loomia and
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.
Art Rasmussen, Mrs. Charles
Batchelor and daughter Barbara,
Mrs. John Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Wll-
lard Ramp, Mrs. Mary Martin,
Mrs. James Riggi. Mrs. Fay Loom-
is, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Asplnwall,
Elmer Wood, James Rlggl, Ivan
Wood, Mrs. Winnie Hart man, Mrs,
Anna nnnlaTV. MIh nniila Aantn.
i i, ..... t. -rrr i n.
I . T'iTi
tie Asplnwall, Donald Montgom
ery, Miaa Rea ZieUnskl, George
Montgomery, Jack Stelger, Miss
Pearl Johnson, John Dualavy.
RfoherA TTpaa Ralnh (llrr I and
1 Ear Ramp.
Another card party will be giv
en in the clubhouse next Wednes
PORTLAND. March 9. (AP)
T.f hlrlran nr1ia mtnaln nf
1 athe t,m charMter but -ener.
ally without pries) change of any
sort. Killers while seeking sup-
pl,e M onwlmng or n9f to
offer an advance.
MEN S PROGRAM IS
Two-Cent Increase is Held
Along Coast; Exports
Above Year ago
CORVAJLLI9, Ore.. March
(AP) Egg markets fluctuated
considerably the. past week bat
ndsd with net gain of two
eents In Portland and remained
fully steady elsewhere along tha
coast, it was stated in a review is
sued today by the TJ. 8. O. A, bu
reau of agricultural economics co
operating with the O. S. C. exten
sion service. In the east prices
also reacted upward with Pacitie
coast eggs reaching eents,
Just a half cent under a year ago.
Production for the week was
variable, with California output
showing a heavy seasonable in
crease to near the season's high
point, though Washington and
Oregon appear to be slower in
reaching the peak, as is custom
ary. As a whole, however. Pacif
ic coast production is running 10
to 15 per cent under a year ago,
Through the middle west the
full effect of the February cold
wave is Just being felt with col
lections at packing plants show
ing a sharp decrease last week
Storage operations are going for
ward with considerable confi
dence in the present price level.
Exports of case eggs from the
United States totaled 140,000
cases in January, mostly to Cen
tral America and the West Indies.
This was more than 100.000 cases
short of January a year ago, while
imports of dried and frosen eggs
exceeded 1932 for the same
GERVAI8, March 9 Sam Mc
Laughlin, superintendent of the
boys training school, took as the
theme for his talk before the,
Parent-Teacher association Mon
day night, the system under
which the training school is con
ducted. Mrs. Berta Barker, the
president, presided. The high
school gave a musical program.
The teachers of the high and
grade schools are to put on the
program for tk April meeting.
A group of relatives gathered
at the Robert Harper home Sun
day and gave a pot lock dinner
in honor of John H. Cntsforth,
Mrs. Zeno Schwab and Lola Rae
on their birthday anniversaries,
Those present were K. R. Rae
and family of Salem, Zeno
Schwab and family, Mr. and Mrs
Cntsforth and Mr. and Mrs. Bar
per and son.
The Presbyterian Missionary
society will meet at the church
Wednesday afternoon. The leaden
are Maybelle Jelderks and Kath
erlne Marshall and tha hostesses,
Bessie Moisan, Pearl 8tevens and
Anna Manning. The lesson study
is, "Church in Japan."
The Fidelia' class of the Pres
byterian Sunday chool will meet
Thursday night, March II, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Harper. AH members, friends and
those interested are invited.
. And Program Held
By Girl Reserves
S1LVERTON, March 9 The
Girl Reserves had a particular
ly interesting meeting Tuesday
afternoon at the Eugene Field
building when Rev. J. C. Hall,
who spent several years as mis
sionary at Sumatra, gave an il
lustrated lecture on the island of
Each girl carried a passport
which was a copy of a real pass
pert and was issued by Robert
Goett, superintendent of Silver
ton schools, acting as secretary
of state. Miss Stella Dybevlk,
acting as British consul, prepar
ed the visas which permitted the
girls to make an imaginary stop
at the British Isles.
Next week Rer. Mr. Hall will
continue his talk on Sumatra.
St. Patrick Night
Chosen For Social
8ILVERTON, March 9 Trin
ity Young People's society la
planning an interesting social for
St. Patrick's night. The affair
will be in the natnre of a ahadow
social and plas will also be, sold.
In charge are Vivian Bunass, Hel
ea Tlngeistad, Mrs. M. G. Gaa-
derso, Frances Nelson, Peggy
Goplerud and John Goplerud. A
playlet is being prepared as a
part of tha program.
IS TOLD P. T. A.
SPRING LAMBS REACH
. - - .
Sell at 10c at North
Portland, 16c on
PORTLAND. March 9 (AP)
First spring lambs of the sea
son to reach north Portland ar
rived today. The stock was ship
ped by Roy RIckard of Corvallis
and void to Swift ft Co. There
were 15 head in the lot and they
sold 10c lb., weighed 71 lbs. ave
PORTLAND, March (AP)
First spring lamb of the 1932
season, in the wholesale trade,
was reported in today. The, anl-
mai arrivea rrom newoerg ana
weighed 47 pounds pelted; sold
There was a good call for old
country killed lambs as well as
mutton with few arriving. Hogs
and veal were quoted practically
unchanged for the day.
PORTLAND, Ore., March 9. (AP)
Produce exchange, net prices: Butter
Extra 19c. sUaderdi ISVaC prime tints
lltte. firsts 18a. cxs Freeh extras
ISc. stadiums 15c.
POBTLAND. Ore.. March 9. (AP)
Batter Prints, 93 score er better 21e
Bound, standards 20 He.
tcf Pacific Poultry Prodocera tell-.
inf prices: Fre&h extras 16c, itaadaros
lSe, mediums 15c.
Country meat Selling price te ratall-
: Comntry-killed boca. beat butchers.
under 150 pounds, 5 He; vealers, 80 to
100 pound t, B-8 He lamb n-ize, spnars
18c. year lines Sc. haary ewaa -5c. can-
aer eo-wt 3H-3He, built 4-4 He.
Nuts Orefoa walnuts 13-lle pound,
peanuts IOe, Bratil 1314c. alaeada 15
16c, filberts 20-22e, pecans 30e.
Caseare bark Buying pries. iS3 peel.
ope Nominal. 1932. 2 4-2 Be,
Betterfat Direct to shippers: Statiea,
15e: Portland deliTery prices, ehum-
inc cream 18-17. sweet cream higher.
LIts poultry Buying price: Heavy
hens, colored. 4H pounds 11-12: do m
diem 10c: Ughta 8e: springs, light 13a,
hoary 12e; old roosters 5e; ducks, Pekia,
spring 16c. old 10-I2c. colored IOe.
Onions Selling price te retailers: Ore-
goa S0-90e eetani, Takima 8panisb 75-
Potatoes LecaL 65-75e orange box:
Detchotes Gems 90e-Sl, Takima Game
80-85s costal : new. Florida, Be pound.
Wool 1932 clip, nominal: Willamette
valley ll-15s pound, eastsra Oregon
POWTLAKD. Ore., March 9. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 80. ealres 10; steady
Steers. 850 te 900 pouads, good 34.75
5.35. medium 84-4.75. common 33-4: 900
te 1190 pouads, good 94.50-6, mediant
S4-4.se. common ss-4: lioe te ibov
pounds. goo tS.S5-4.5e, medium 33-S.I5.
Heifers, 550 to 750 pounds, good $4S
4.50, common-medium $2.60-4.25: 750 to
900 pounds, goed-ehoiee 94-4.35. cons-moa-medium
93-4. Oows. good $1.60-1.75,
commom-stedrnm 92.75-8.50, low cutter
aad cutter 31-83-2.75. Balls, yearlings
excluded, rood (beef) 92.25-3.75. cutter-
medium 91.50 2.35. Tealers. good -choice
95.50-e.3S. Bedlam f4.Z5-a.30, etui-common
93.50-4.25. Calves. 50 to 500 pounds.
rood-choice 94-4.50, common - meat urn
Hogs Beeeipto ISO ; steeay.
Light lights. 140 to 160 pounds, good-
choice, $3.50-4.25. Lightweight, 160 to
180 pounda, $4-4.25; isu to zuu
pounds, 94-4.35. Medium weight, 200
to ziv poanea, es.iae.aa; saw
pouads. $3.50-4.10. Hearyweight, 250 to
290 pounds, $3.25-4; 290 to 850 pounds,
93.15-8.85. Packing sows. 275 to 850
pounds, good 93-3.75, 850 to 425 pouads
$8-8.50, 435 to 550 pounds $3-8.50; 375
to 550 pounds, medium 43-3.15. Feeder
and stacker pigs, to to iso peunos, goea
Base ens lamee Keceipte ou; aous-
Lambs, VO pounds a own. gooa-cnoica
85.35-5.05, common-medium $1.50-5.2.
Yearling wethers, 90 to 110 pounds, good-
choice $3-4.10, medium I'i J. Ewes, w
to 120 pounds, good-choice 33.25-2.75,
120 to 150 pounds S3 -.00, all weignis
eommon- medium, 91-8.
In Favor Carnival
As Church Benefit
JEFFERSON. March 9 - The
recital to have been given by the
tnnsic pupils of Linden R. Lann
er, Friday night at the local
Evangelical church, has been
postponed until a later date, be
cause of the church carnival giv
en by the Christian church peo
ple. In the parlors of the cnurcn.
The proceeds from the carnival
will be used as a church benefit.
Mrs. Frank B . Costa arrived
from Ooble, Arizona Monday ev
ening for a visit with her par
ents, Mr. aad Mrs. Joe Harris aad
family. Mrs. Costa will be re
membered as Miss Minnie Har
ris. HALL WILL PRSACH
ZENA, Mareh 9 Captain O. L.
Hall of McMlnnville win hold
church services at 11 o'clock at
the Zena church following Sun
day school Soaday, March IS.
Captain Hall assisted fa organis
ing the Union Sunday school here
BUTTER COMING IN
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f 1.20 par
(Tallk bated ea ml ataataly
Batterfat Sweet, 18c;
sour, 16c. .
Prtees paid te (revere by Balea keyen
(Tke prices belew. seppftaS dt a local
arecer. ere IsdlestWe ef the daily saarket
bet are aet cuaraatee by The sutasaaa)
yBUTT AJTO VEGETABLES
Carrota. CaUL, erate 3 IS
Oreea appera. Oalil, Ik. 4S
Peas, CaHt, lb. JS
CabUse. lb. . ,. .03
Oaiona, des. "--- .35
Petatoes, lakima Ke. 1 .65
.75 U 1.00
Sveefc potatoes, crate
.3.19 to 3.S5
Tomatoes, hothoese, crate
Oaiona. Walla Walla
Oaiona. Labisa. cwt. -
.55 to .80
.07 to .OS
Celery. Calif.. erate
Italian Broccoli, lb.
Winesaps .50 and .75
Kswtowns .40 and .SO
Borne Beauty .40 te .60
Cauliflower, Calif., crate 1.10
Brussels sprouts, Calif., lb .10
Kutabagaa. hundred 1.00 to 1.25
Oranges, p.p. 1.50 to 1.75
Oranges, fancy 3.00 to 4.00
Beets. Calif., dot. .70
Turnips. Calif., erate 2.65
Spinach, Calif- crate . z.se
Top, 1938, lb.
Top, 1931, lb.
Old roosters -
Colored hens .
Hogs, first cuts
-.03 te .04
01 to .03
0Q U .03
.03 to .03
Dressed TeeL top
G3AXV AHD BAT
Wheat, western red
White, Ke. 1
Barley, top, ton
Oats, white, ton
Oats, gray, top, ton
Hay. buying prteee
Oats and retch, ton 9.00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, ralley, 1st eut -10.00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, ess Urn Oregon 14.50
DALLAS. March 9. The book
of Revelation will be the basis of
a series of sermons which K. E.
Burke, pastor of the Dallas Chris
tian church, will begin Sunday
morning at the 11 o'clock hour.
The series will be under the gen
eral heading, -Christ's Personal
Messages to the Modern Church."
Mrs. William Owens of Raymond,
Wash., will sing "My Task" (Ash
ford 1 at the morning service.
The Kdlgar-Qnlrlng male quar
tet will sing at the evening serv
ice at 7:30 o'clock. The sermon
topic will be "The Joy of Fellow
ship." Thla will be the first of a
series of sermons from the first
eotstle of John.
The young people's Christian
Endeavor society started an at
tendance' contest last Sunday.
Their aim of 89 was more than
reached the first Sunday of the
contest with an attendance or 82
The iunlor C. E. group began a
verse - finding contest. Donald
Burke and Ha Smith are the cap
tains for the two sides.
NOTICE OF SHKKIKK'S SALE
On Saturday the 11th day of
starch. 1SS. at ten o'clock
A. M. at the West door of the
Court House. In Salem. I will sell
at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, all the right, title
and Interest of the within named
defendants, in and to the follow-
in described real property situ
ated la Marioa County, Oregon
Lota tweaty-aix and twenty-seven
Ewald Fruit Farms,
Marlon County. Oregon.
This sale la made by virtue of
aa Execution Issued oat of tha
Circuit Court ot the State of Ore
gon for Marlon County, to me di
rected la the case f A. Oehler
aad Helen M. Oehrer. Plaintiffs
ts. Anton Kalpus aad Vivica Kul-
A. C BURK.
Sheriff at Marioa County, Oregon.
ay W. RICHARDSON,
F 10-1 7-J 4 M S -
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Local Bids are More
PORTLAND, March I (AP)
Portland was attracting consid
erable out-state butter as a result
of Its bids for top scores whiem
make it more profitable to ship to
this city than to California points.
Local make was very spotted la
volume with the late total sur
prisingly limited although her
and there some increase waa
noted. Lack of banking facilities
has been the chief factors in cre
ating a shortage of butterfat of
Many dairymen appeared un
willing to continue to make ship
ments to market and receive
checks with no money in sight.
Some that had shipped previously
and had a handful of checks but,
could get no actual money for
their needs, were discouraged.
There was no change in values
for the day.
Market for eggs was without
general change for the day. There
continues a small supply with de
mand seemingly sufficient to keep
effferings cleaned from day to
Happy Hour Youth
To Present Drama
For Hills Region
WALDO HILLS, March 9
The play, "The Play's the Thing
will be produced by the yonng
people of the Happy Hour clnb
Thursday and Friday nights.
March 16 and 1 at the school
house. It is a three-act comedy.
A nine-pound daughter, Mary
Jane, was born March 2 to Mr.
and Mrs. George Kaufman (Flor
ence Kuenii) at the Silvertoa
hospital. Mother and daughter
are now at Mrs. Klopfenstein's
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ottoway
and daughter Beryl, moved from
Silverton last weekend to the
acreage owned now by John Moe
but known as the Bert Iversoa
place. The Ottoways lived in this
neighborhood before and are be
ing welcomed TiaCk.
EIGHT ARE EXAMINED
HUBBARD. March 9. Elrht
infants and six pre-school children
were examined at the clinic held
Wednesday afternoon at Pythian
hall. Fonr were found to be with
out defect. Fifteen children re
turned to complete the immunisa
tion for diphtheria and thee were
five new vaccinations. Dr Burke
was the examining physician with
Nova Lyndes, Mrs. George Grimps,
jur. ueorge &nignc ana Mrs.
Waldo Brown assisting.
FKIDAT, 1CJLRCH 19
SOW roclaad 20 Kc
7:15 Organ concert, KBC.
7:45 Arion trie, KBC.
8:15 Jack aad Patsy. KBC.
8:00 Stnaekoat, SBC.
0:15 Cookies- school.
10:00 Arion trio, KBC.
11:45 Organ concert, KBC.
12:15 Westora farm and Home ftoac
13:45 O. at. Plummer.
1:45 Tha Arcadians, KBC.
3:15 Concert Artists, KBC.
3:00 Melody Mixers, KBC.
4:00 Fnendlr chat.
5:00 Mahdi the magician.
5:39 Little Orphan Annie, KBC.
fl:00 First Nighter. KBC,
7:55 Bound the World ia a Giant
3:00 Amoe 'a Andr. KBC.
8:15 Howard Taunton, the magician,
10:20 Hotel Mark Hopkins orchestra,
11 :00 Ambassador H e t e 1 orchestra,
11:80 Organ ceacert. KBC
XOrsT Pettlaaa Ka.
8:30 KOIX Kleek.
10:00 George HaU'e archest re, CBS.
11:00 American School et the Air, CBS.
1:00 Beek ef Lite.
S:OS Pemiaine Fanciee, DLBS.
4:45 Cecil end Sally, E-T.
6:30 March et Time, CBS.
8:30 Edwin C. Rill. CBS.
8:00 Bedding White, tenor.
S:eO BaadBax Kerne, E.T.
10:15 Sport rushes.
XOA6 Corrsllis 588 ate.
7:00 hforniag Meditatteas, led y Bee.
Srooj sC steiiew.
8:00 Morales' esmcer
10:00 Heme Scestemics Oheerram,
13:00 Term hour.
8:0 Lillian Jeffreys Petri "J
1 Program 1
Masie et nsen."
7H0 O. X. Bckwster "Werid CoaeaV
rieea aad etoereee est Kate."
T:15 Dr. Peal W. Miller "Filbert
Diseases Other Taaa Bilges."
T:40 Baetaees Xastitute et the Air
Address by Prof. E. X. BeseestaV.
9:30 CorraUie Bkslaeeu aad Praia-.
sieaal Women's stub Teeturiegl
address by Miss Helen Laeiae
Crosby ef Salesa, m "Ke-w
By CUFF STERRETT