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1U OREGON ST ATESS1AN Sakmv Oregon, .Thursday Moiiiiflg.-M-rc- SO 193-
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fi WAKT! SI ILL Li STO tc- M 'PT
Cards In this directory run oa
a monthly basis euly. Rata:
$1.09 pr Una pr month.
Mike Puttc th brake and shimmy
6nctaT. 378 South Conmwc!al Street.
Miller Booty Shop. dial Ttil.
Senator Beanty Shop, dial 6818.
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 7S.
Telephone 4450. R B. Northneas.
DR. a l SCOTT, PSC, Chiropractor.
358 N. High. TeL Rea. 8S7I.
International Correspondence schools.
Business, technical courses. Bx. 111.
C. McOllllvrs. Tel. 4133.
MRS. 8NELQR.OVE, 4IS N. Cottage.
Tel. 7466. Hematltchlng. 8c yard.
CUT (lowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Breit
haupt. florist, 7T Court.' TeL 8304.
ALL kinds of floral work. Lutt Flor
ist. 16th Market Tel. 8592.
Auto and window glass mirrors. TeL
8108. Waltrr J. Downs. 69 Mreys.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
109 N. High Tel. 4947
THE NEW SALEM L.AUNDRT
THE WEIDEH LAUNDRY
1C3 & High TeL 1
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRT
First In Quality and Service
Telephone 318 1214 Broadway
Sharpened, repaired and traded.
HARRY W. SCOTT, 'The Cycle Man"
Mattresses from factory to home.
Bprtng mattress $8.00. Renovators and
f umlgatora Rugs cleaned. Capital Bed
ding Co. TeL 4089. 3030 N. CapitoL
New mattress made to order, old
remade; carpet cleaning, sizing; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Huff Rag Mat
tress Factory, S 13th St Wlrour. TeL
8441. Otto F. Zwlcker. Eat 1911.
GEO. a WILL-PU-os, radio sew-
in machines, sheet muelo and piano
studies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 432 State Street.
Will trade guitar and lessons for
anything I can use, atoniuw, v v,um v.
rr Chan lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10:30 a-m.
to 4 :3 p. m. 148 N. commercial.
pnn stationery, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, Zl a. commercial.
N. D. Clement. Income Tax Reports,
Auditlna. 110 N. Com'L Tel 3030
BECKU A HENDRICKS. TeL 4947.
m H ORARENHORST CO.
184 S. Ubarty St TeL 1418.
ftnnnLOFSiTZ A SON
a.t Flrat Nat'L Bk. Bldg. Tel. T80T.
STOVES and stove repairing. 8toves
far sale, rebuilt and repaired. AU
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy sod
Dials, hop baskets, books, logaa hooks,
gllam Fence and Stove Works. $82
--v- Tat 4774. R. B. Fleming.
CAPITA CITY Transfer Co. 228
rrf. - ni-trtbutia for-
Oat our raws.
mo iami nr distant transfer storage.
can 8131, Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland aatiy.
r. A. Wast. 39 years erpertence.
RKD 8. Bos 103 B. TeL livtr.
Farining Planting 25
A a- II C:14lln, Phene 3JS2.
VCrCS UU A iUJJ A a,wai
PPPnvntT.K Marrth 21. Bay
1-oa fg n lit la isttlnt eat 2S
land. This Is the only hop field
being set out in this vicinity. Mr.
Fanning slana to set out an add!-
tional 25 acres next year.
OL3. BROWN PASSES
SILYERTON, March 29. Mrs. 1
A. W. Green has received word t
the death Friday of her mother.
Mrs. Ola Brown at Hoxle Kati., at
the home of another daughter-
Mrs. Juna D. Neal." Mrs. Brown,
had been ill for over two months.
A - third daughter, Mrs. Alma
Brewster of. Taaeo. also sarvlveH.
Mrs. Brown visited at SUverton
law years ago. .
Single insertion per Une.lOo
Three Insertions -per
Six lasrUoBi per line... 0c
On month per Hoe .f 1.00
Minimal, chare . . . .hi- It
Copy for thLs pate ac
cepted an til :3 the even
Ins before) publication tor
Classification. Copy re
ceived after tale time win
be ran under the heading
Too Late to Classify.
The Statesman assumes
no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear In advertisements pub
lished In its columns, and
In eases where this paper is
st tanlt will reprint that
part of an advertisement in
which the typographical
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objee
Uonal advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
On mitaWla Ralpsman. . Must have
car. 1ZB wmL rtoor uepi. o :i
Wanted district sales manager. Muat
have enough to pay for supplies. Room
4 S. Senator Hotel.
Three neat atroearlng men to can-
rase. See Mr. Morgan at 58 Center
St. Apt 1.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Exclusive product Nationally adver
tised. Crazy Crystals, lis H. Ilign.
3 wood ransres and many other
household art for sale cheap at 2095
North Commercial street
Seed ptcia Earnest "au: Early
Rote, Early Ohio. British Queen. Net-
ted Gem, Burbank. H. A. Hyde Co.,
2698 Portland Road, Tel. 9596.
Fresh crabs now at Filler's stand.
Intersection Sllverten-Portland road.
Aiaae Keo tpeea wagon z. uim- i
ber brick, stairs, doors, w.ndowa 255
HAT. ALFALFA, first quality. 411
Tam weight 3000, and harness.
Inquire 1495 N. 18th or Tel. 8990.
Will trade 4 ft oak wood for horse 1
or cow. Rt 4. Box 78.
WANTED To exchange household
furniture for small car. Phone 7228,
8 to 12 a. m.
TRADE FOR CAR Lot on paved
street Concrete walk, no indebtedness.
Eleven goats, 2 milking. 2 nearly
fresh. Td. for cow or hogs. Silverton,
Route 2. A. J. Dunn.
Why throw away good money T The
store repairs hoe like new,-Co to 28.
Best hair cut Adults 20c child, tie.
Two blocks S of library. S. Winter.
We will again pick up free of charge
dead and worthless horses and cows..
Gilt edge mortgiige for $2080.00 for
sale, paying 7 . Semi-annually. TeL
Madam Romine. spiritualist, palm
ist, tells , all In lov e, marriage, bus-
mesa iz you wane racts, not promises,
consult her for advice. Noah's Ark
Auto Camp, North Hollywood.
FOR RENT ROOMS
n nn nnnnnnn n n an n.rLju-ij-u-ij-ij-tj-LrLru-L-u-u-
Mod, rooms, reasonable. 145 Marlon.
Rooms hot and cold water. Nicely
turn. 998 Court Tel. 9490
ROOM AND BOARD
Board, rm.. near P. O. 320. TeL- 6482.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patton'a book stare.
X R. apt. Z281 HaxaL TeL
Mod, at. heated upt. TeL 9.
Nice Croat apt 858 Center.
Very fine- 2-room turn., h. w. heat.
alec, refrlg garage. $35. Phone 8184.
S R. basement apt Everything la -
eluded. $8.88 wk 302 a Winter.
u-ju-un-L-i rAjwuiruijyinA n.ru- ,nj- . -. - r -
1 anil a mm anta.. SIS and lib.
.1m rooms $$ me. $48 Marlon.
S room furn. apt upstalra $10 mo.
Adults 1384 Marion.
j u J?J jSM
I Piano, radio. Reasonable. Flasa Apt.,
First floor apt. 1411 Court
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unfnrn. houses. R. A.
rorkner, 1818 N. Cottage. TeL 303L
Furn. S and 8 room duplex, ground
floor. 884 Mill. T. G. Albert.
S room bungalow for rent. 1348 Cbe-
8 tn. bungalow with garage. Close
Klee 4 R. bouse, modern excelt fur
I -- T---aKI 1AU7 a lath.
- I Cr" .... .., vr rh,,--H
I n imiww..' .,.. i
1 Attme. ttrm. 8 R. cottage. Tel. 8274
1 mmw iwwmw
I Improved acreage, wtth bldg. Clees
WANTED TO RENT
J wUh oe, bath, lavatory, all on
firat now, box No. 178. statesman.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
- One of the best diversified farms tn
the Mart Howell district, te trad tor
22l. Oregon Bldg. , Tel. till,
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Clear acreage. Exchange (or mod-
era t noma by owner. Box 114.
X I WANT good clear city property,
in Sxchanga for 28 acres clear, rood
lf&d -ta prunes, - cherries, logana, B.
English walnuts, grapes, good prune
dryer, small ban. f rm. mod. honaa.
good well, close In, will offer at a
great reduction for quick deal
VAN M. GREER
114. Hr,rnn TllA.r Vh K
- L. A . I . V.
160-acre ranch. 80-A. cult, IS-A.
Umber, good springs, all fenced. 8-B.
house with bath, good barn and poul
try hous. Hog house and machine
house, silo, priced at a very low fig
ure. .Only $.090.90: will take city
property up to 12760.09 as part, good
location on gravel road. This place
had a mtg. of $5200.80 and has been
taken over for the mtg., and Is a
JAS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
1H South High Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
EAST OP WOODBTJRN
81 acres river bottom and tn-nlrta
soil, also 4 acres beaver dam. This
Is one of the best pieces of soil m Its
locality. Good room plastered
house, basement, fireplace, plumbing,
electric lights available. Large barn,
other outbuildings. Running water
and fruit Price 17750.80, 10 down,
balance IS years. ;
BEE HAWKINS ROBERTS
or jrarra Bargains
$3500. All cultivated land except
about 19 acres pasture and timber,
part rich river bottom land, best of
soU. Large house, barn. 8 miles from
town, market road. Shown by ap
pointment SEE BECHTEXi or THOM
ASON, 341 State St Also one acre
suburban home for $2000. Jflso house
of 1 3 choice lots for $900 ; terms.
,,-HOP RANCH BARGAIN
A money maker, 12-acres ls-acres
la producing hops. 1-A. In cherries,
pears and apples. Good 4-R. house,
electric lights, priced for quick sale
at $3150.00. A snap. Better hurry.
JAS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
132 South High Street
FOR SALE FARMS
THREE WONDERFUL. BUYS IN
Immediate possession of a choice 20
acre tract few miles out on market
road, most all In cultivation, fair set
Of bldKS.. Well. It Tnf! A f f hv-i! in-rv
from small town,
school, fair set of bldgs., with electri
city available, 10 acres in cultivation,
baL pasture, creek on one line, 3 acres
In alfalfa. A real snap for $1400.
5 acre Suburban hnnu nn, S,i,m
1 best of soil, room plastered house
wjf1 nlnmhine- .wi,i, i .k,. rr,,
Liberal terms on any of the above
CHILD8 A MILLER. Realtors
344 State Street Phone 8708
For rent Kama's and aei-vlv. atsMnn
on busy highway. TeL 8593.
w ...... ,.--....n an ,-lAJO
A small grocery stock and fixture
for only $200.00 with cheap rant for
store and living quarters.
J cheap dear properties yielding
fair Income and some cash for good
City residence properties to trade
for farm that Is suitable for dairy.
Melvln Johnson W. M. Pennington
275 State Street
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
SURPLUS BART nmenca
rifles prices Tuesday and Friday
only. See our bargains. Custom hatch
H. alV Oregon.
ing, riaicning eggs. Phone 133F2.
Custom hatching. 500 eres at IUi
every Saturday and Tuesday. TeL
133F2. Lee's Hatchery.
Six weeks old roosters, 10c each.
Gehringa Hatchery, Route 3, Silver
-Babv chicks and ptistnm hitxhln.
Take wood or wheat for hatching!
warmer's Hatchery. 2180 N. Fifth St
8 mules. 4 horses. 819 N. Front 8t
MONEY TO LOAN
'Bells of Harmony'
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
Is really really different
YOU GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 to $300
Room 118 New BUgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
618 State Street TeL $-7-4-0.
W " W U U PERSONAL" LOANS
sCADB mm fnrnitur. aara. aalarla
lar at bar good aacnrfty. Repayable
I monthly. When In financial naad see
us before closing a loan.
Itrst National Bank Bldg. Phone SSI 8
f mcnartMav. nrn it t .hcttmt m a wo
I STATE LOAN COMPANY
I 212 Oregon Building, 2nd Floor
I . . m . . . ,
tilwhonV 77sl Stale license No.
avsaww r vu is? vuiiai iivkn u ty s wyoj
Ca tM-ka.iiN.-. nm f a ma
KTTB LOAN CO., State Ho. 8-188, 805
I Guardian Bid. TeL I ITT.
Guardian Bids. TeL 88TT.
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yout payments
Yon keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Llbartr At and Ferry
Pttrma 4T31 Salatn. Ora
FOR SALE WOOD
NO, 1 18 In, old fbr, $4.09. TeL 4480.
POLLY AND HER
! MUSTACHE. MCW UtsJCLE SAML I GOT A IDEA MA'AM. vT (ISSr? A?Srr ) ( -TRV GRSWtN J '
SMEAXT?) nfOWT MOJR5 VOTU- CCWUCB WBUX "I T (F-rr7, VWttS fc?V YERSELP A t fr
jv nij ajnj yp' "
Friday's Statesman will -carry
food advertising of interest to sy-
ery hoaeswif e. Watch for this pa
per and ' use It as your buying
The territory of Alaska was
purchased 66 years ago today.
O . 'y
A petition was being circu
lated yesterday asking , the school
bpard to make a cut of tt per
Most of the Salem Grocers
have placed their orders forbear.,
with a representative who has
been covering Salem the past few
days. The price seems to be two
pint bottles for S5c.
The Ad club are sponsoring the
stylo show tonight at the Elal
nore. This is a feature of spring
opening which is an annual event
FOR SALE WOOD
Dry wood $4.00. Phone 94 1L
Green 2nd growth fir II In. $$.TJ.
George Meltxler, Marlon, Ore.
"-'---- - i'iiiiiniwvwft(wiwji
Good dry wood. Reasonable. Lea.
load. TeL 8847. Fred E. Wells.
II In. dry 2nd fir, $2.50 per load.
Planer ends $2.60 per load, at Tracy'a
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL 8001 Salem rue! Co. Trade
Old fir. 2nd growth. TeL
DRY riR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel oU. Call on us for price We
gtva gooa measura. good qualttv and
ARMER TRANSFER A STORAGE
Ash, fir and oak. Tel. 8148.
FOR SALE USED CARS
See them at
142 CHEMEKKTA 8T.
We trad. Open evenings and Sundays.
McKay's Used Cars
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
'28 Essex Coach $ 48.88
31 Ford Tudor Sedan 298.0
83 Bulck Sedan 385.00
38 Chrysler "70" Sedan 475.00
'31 Ford Long w. b. truck 885.00
38 Coupe $ 50.00
'28 Sedan , 8S.80
'31 Coach 885.88
'31 De Luxe Sedan 44S.0S
'8$ Special Sedan 676.00
2 Truck 135.00
'31 Long W. B. Truck 495.00
McKay Chevrolet Co.
Open evenings and Sundays
338 Center Phone 3189 430 N. Com'L
Wanted, Used Cars
See Borrego at
Borregos Used Car
240 N. Liberty
Lambs Gain 25c
Late in Portland
PORTLAND. March J (AP)
Sale of a double deck of clip
ped stock in the lamb alleys at a
late hour today reflected an ad
vance of 1 5c over what similar
offerings have moved at, advises
I. W. Pew, government reporter
at north Portland. The sal was
made at 35.60 straight for S3
THURSDAY, MAftCH M
KOLW lerU am 0 Xa.
:S0 O.aO. faias astessioa talk.
T :30 Mori Chatter.
8: SO Drl Brite Wax. CBS.
18:00 La s PhUHvoe. CBS.
11:80 Amerieaa School of the Air. CBS.
i:se book ef Lt:
8:00 ramlalM Finciea. DLBS.
8:00 Satk Kttinc. Laaaari Haytaa's
are Matra, CBS.
8:0S Redding Walla, toner.
t:0 Salvataea SaataeUVe Maaie, IT.
S:1S Uakoawa Haada, Z.T.
8:80 Dore4-y Dig Drsm.tlsatUfU
18:05 Ted Plerita's areheftra, DUIf.
10:15 8pert riasbaa.
XOAO ervattJ B58 ,
T:0O Maralag MedUatlena, Wd Vy Dr.
Jeka S. Bern
8 :0O Kernia r aaaaart
10:00 Ham Eeaeea-es Obeegvar.
13:807. E. Priea "Cera Drrtag.
1 :45 Arooad taa Caatpasaa.
1:18 Meade Pratt Sat ith, dnamtis
8:00 The Hememsker's Haas.
8:80 The Heme Gardes.
8:80 I. J. Steele "Pailea.
8:45 F. A. Catfcbert "La ail was
me Far- Home.
4:18 -uW Vewsar.
' t:45 Beview af New Books.
HAY HERE BEACHES
Feed Situation is Acute as
Freeze and wet Weather
The local bay market this week
reached the highest figure in
three years, with a sharp advance
and firm market due to scarcity
of all hays and unusually heavy
Oats and vetch hay has climbed
to from f 14 to f 14.50 a ton to the
grower, although the demand is
limited to some extent now be
cause grass is coming up and
also dne to the condition of Mr.
Tbero is virtually no local hay
available for sale, F. M. White of
D. A. White A Sons states, and
eastern. Oregon hay is supplying
the market in the main. Retail
price on the eastern Oregon offer
tags la J 18.
"I've never seen hay, grains or
other farm products so low as they
are right now," declares Mr.
White, who has been in the grain
business here many years. Pro
longed wet weather, together with
the heavy cold spells of last win
ter, has caused the present acute
Garden seeds are moving from
the stores pretty fast now, indi
cating, that both large and small
garden growers are taking every
advantage of favorable weather
for outdoor work.
Large amounts f grain seeds.
especially wheat and oats, are be
ing sold now, Mr. White states,
though adds that much of this
purchasing is being done through
the erop seed loans financed by
the R. T. C.
No Indication is yet available
as to what acreages to various
crops will be set 'out in this sec
tion. IIT ST. PAUL
BiO 1-2 CENTS
Hop sales totaling 142 bales.
all for 28 H cents a pound, are
reported from the St. Paul dis
trict. Wolf hop company is the
buyer, and growers selling at the
figure are E. C. Davidson, 84
bales; Albert McKay, 43 bales;
and Arthur McKay, 15 bales.
The hop market has been fair
ly quiet this week after the activ
ity of last week, when a definite
30 -cent market was reached.
A few sales at lower than the
30-cent figure are Interpreted by
hop men as a good thing, for with
occasional sales under thlg figure
growers will be more apt to sell
than to hold tight, a is the ten
dency when the price shoots
Sraopsis a Aaaaal Stateaieat ef the
Baakara SaMeaal Life Iasaraaca Ca
saay af 810 Bergen Aveaaa, Mew Jersey,
ia ma state et new Jersey, oa taa thirty
imt cay et lecmbr, 1812. sude ta
taa Iasaraaca Commiuiosar af taa State
af Oregon,- aanmaat ta law:
a-aaaat at cspttai itees paid np
IS CO MK
Total preaihua iaeeaae fer the year,
latere, dividends sad reats received
inriag the veer. 3189.608.8L
Iaeeaie iram ether eoarees received
doriag the year, $384,848.48.
Tetal ee-e. SLS3S4S0.40,
Paid fer laesae, eadewBMaU, aaaaltlea
aad sarraadar valnes, $84S,10T.1T.
LHvideads paid te policy-holders doriag
the year, 888438.85.
Divldtada paid an capital stock dariag
the year, hob a.
Cesu sisiiaas aad salaries paid dariag
the year. 3380.888.85.
Taxes, lieeasea and fees paid dariag
taa year, ssi,a.o.
Ajaaaat ef aU othar expeaditaree.
Total expenaitaraa, 31,387,830.88
Yame ef real estate awnad (market
Basis ef Valaatiea: Bead, Coaveatloa
Steeka Aetaal Market.
Vahse ef stacks aad heads owned
(auu-ket ar a vrtised vales), $1,308,
Laaas aa BMrtgagas aad ceUateraL ete,
Preauasi sates aad policy laaas, 9834,'
Cash m basks aad aa has 4. 1831,111
Vat aaeollaetad aad defatiad preaia a,
latarest aad rents 4 ae aad aeeraai.
sad Misa sss.358.5e.
Othar aaaata (set). Xaaa.
Tatal admitted assess, SI.17,S5$.4S.
Vet lassissa 83.488.188.18.
Oreaa iris Ian? tar lasses unpaid, $58,
AU aW lurUHtiaa. 8338.453.43
Tatal Wahl-ttea. axeept eapttaL $8.
OsaMal said aa 1380.000.00
Sarpms ever eft liabilities, $259,738.
aralas as rscards poUey--elders,
nsS icss itf oasGON ros thx
Ores arsaslaaia reeeived dariag a
PisIbsm aad dlrideaea rstaraad
dnrmg the year. $1850.
Lasses vaid darlar tha vsar. Nona
Mama ad Csaiisay. Baakers National
life Iasareaea CaaipaBy.
Nana ad Pi sat 4 sat. R. R. Lomnshmry.
W. B. Cham bar
Statutory reddest attorney fer aerv -
WHEAT PRICES SHOOT
LOCAL VEGETABLES ON MARKET
'rofit - Takers cut in ;
CHICAGO, March 29. (AP)
Big buying shot wheat prices up
ward today, but profit-taking at
the last nullified most of the
Reports of dust storms in Kan
sas and Oklahoma did much to
inspire the purchsse movement in
the wheat pit. Besides, predic
tions were plentiful that April un
official crop summaries next week
would"1 Indicate heavy abandon
ment ,ot domestic winter wheat
Wheat closed irregular, M-
off to - up compared with
yesterday's finish, corn M- ad
vance, oats unchanged to a shade
Today's closing Quotations:
Wheat May. July.
54-54 H; September. 54?4-.
Com May, 2-; July.
SI 94; September. 33-.
Oats May 18; July, 19;
PORTLAND. Ori., March 29. (AP)
Produce exchaage, set prices: Batter
Extrss 18c, standards 17c, prime firsts
lTo. firsts 17e Eggs Fresh extrss 15-
16c, fresh mediums 14-15c.
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 29. AP)
Wheat Open High Low Close
Ms y, new 50 S 51 Vi 50 614
May. eld 511, 93 514 54
July 63 58 51T4 53
Cash wheat JNo. 1 Big Bond bluesteat
55; dsrk hsrd winter, 12 per cent 57,
11 per cent 03: soft whits, hsrd wlator.
49 H: western white 48 ; western red
Osts No. 3 white $20.
Corn Xo. 3 esstern yellow $13.25.
Millrnn standard $14.50.
PORTLAND. Ors- March 59. (AP)
Batter Prints, 98 seore or better SOe
pound, standards 19 4 c
Eggs racme real try rrosacers teu-
lag prices : Fresh extras lOe, standards
15c, msdituns 15c.
Ceantry meata SelUog priea ta retail-
era : uoeairv-auiea aogs. oess cuteBara.
under 150 pennds 6V-ftc; vaalers 80 to
100 noands. 7 Vk -Se : ianse llliws.
springs 18-19c; yearlings 6c, heavy owes
4-60, canaer cows x-tte, bulla
Mate Ort cob wslneta 15-lSe poaad.
peaautt 10s, Braill 13- 14a, almoada 15-
lee, taoerto zo-sie, peeaaa sua.
Caaeara bark Baytag priea. 1913 aaaL
Heps Kaauaal, l3Z. .svt-soe.
Batterfat LHraet ta shippers: StaUaa.
15s: Partlaad delivery prices, chua-
iag cream 15-17e. sweet cream higher.
Live poultry Baying price: lleavv
Baas, colored, 4 pounds 13e; do medi
ums lie; light 10-lle; springs light 14c,
beavx 14c; old roosters Se, daeks, Pa-
Idas, spring 17c. eld 11-lZe, colore 10c
Onions Selliac price ia retailers: Ore-
go 51.25-1.85 rental. Yakima Spanish 75
Potatoes Local. 85-75e araaga bos:
Deschutes Oems 81.88-1.40, aa Bakers
31.50, Yakima ferns 31-1 .
Wool 1982 clip, nominal: wtiiamatta
valley 13-I5e poand. eastern Oregam
Hbt Baring ariea treat prodaeer
Alfalfa 813-11.60; elevar 89 ., east-
era Oregon timothy glS; eete aad vetch
PORTLAND, Ore March 39. (API
Cattle Receipt 108, calves 10; gsaeral-
Steers 550-900 lbs. geod. $5.35-5.40;
medium. 4.85-5.25; com oa 8.35-4.13
800-1100 lba- goad. $5-5010; medium,
4.35-5.00: can m 85-4.26; 11OO-1800
lbs., road 4.85-8.18: asediam. 8.25-4.85
heifers S54-TS0 the. rood. 4.50-4.75:
common mediam a6O-A.50; 750-900 lbs..
good-ehoiee 4.85-4.85; common med mm.
3.50-4.85; cows, goad, S.5O-4.O0; com-mon-mediaaa,
8.75-8.50; lew cutter and
cutter. 1.25-3.75: hulls, yearlings exclad
ed, good (beef) 8.75-8.35; etUr-cdinm,
2.00-2.75; veamrs, gooa-cnoica, a.-v-e.au;
medium S4.50-s.60; eaii-eemmea fa.au
4.25; calves. 350-500 lba., good -c holes
4.00 5.00; eomaum-mediBm 3.00-4.00.
Hoa-s Beeeiata 400: about ateady.
Light light 140-1SO lba geed-ehoiee.
S.50-4.S5: Mrhtwaight 100-180 lba. 4.25-
4.85; 180-300 lba, 4.35-4.85; medium
weight 200-220 lbs, 8.7S-4.SS; 330-350
lbs., 3.50-4.25; heavyweights. 350-390
lba 8.88-4.15: 890-850 lba. 8.25-4:
paeklag taws 173-850 lbs., geod. 8.35-
8015 ; 850-425 lbs.. 8.35-3.TS; 435-550
lbs.. 8.25-8.73; 275-590 lbs- medium.
Sheep sad lambs Receipts 800; steady
Lambs, 90 lba, down, rood -choice,
BJ5-S.65; common-medium. SO0-5.35; 80'
88 lbs., rood-choice, 8-S.80: yaarHag sreth
era, 30-110 lba- geedcaefae. 3-4.14; me
dium 3.00-S.OO; ewea, 00-180 laa rood
choice. 8.38-8.78; 130-150 taa 1.88-1.50;
aU weights, eaauaaa-madiam 1.00-3.00.
W1E IS sve
III BUTTER IDE
PORTLAND, March 2t (AP)
The scramble tor baiter coptin
tied unabated today. There was 9
strong tone in the trad ea the
open market irrespective of what
action the produce exchange
takes. Recent overthrow of the
shipping Interest that controlled
the price was received 'with much
MiUlm Wm et s-jS aravn alfv Tt
7 - w ".Tt
aaa oeen conceava xnat us snair-
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-ew pool price, f 1 N per
(Milk based ea seml-moethly
entterU t arcraga.)
Bntterfat Sweet, 17c,
soar, 15c. Prints 10 He,
Prices paid to growers by Balem bayers
ITha Bricaa biw. sbduIioS a a local
grocer, are ladlcaUae a! tha daily market 1
bat are Bat gaarsntecd hr The Statasmaa)
mOlT AMD VSOSTASkEI
Radishes, local, dot. r .30
Potatoes. aw' Florida .08
Asparans .10 te .13
Carrots. CaHL. -rata
Oreea peppers, CsliL, Ih.
rsas. ueui- ta.
Osioas. doa. baachaa.
Patataea. Yakima He. 1
Ssreet aptstoss. crate
Osioas. Wslis WalU
Celery, Call!.. 4 crate
Italiaa Broccoli, lb.
Nowtosras, O grade
1.00 te 1.25
1.50 to 1.75
...3.00 to 4.00
Cauliflower, Calit, crate
O ran res. p.p.
Beet. Calif- dos.
Turnips, Calif- crate
Spinach, Calif- crate
Banana. Ib. on stock
Top, 1933. Ib.
Top. 1931, lb. .
Old roosters -
Colored hens .
Lambs, ton -
04 to .04 Vt
.01 te .02 H
..02 H to .03
.02 te .02 H
Dressed real, top
QUAE t AND BAY
Wheat, western red - ..-
White. No. 1
Barley, tea. tea -
Osts. white, toa
Grsx. top. toa
Hsy. baytag prises
Oats snd vetch, ton 12.00 to 14. PO
Alfalfa, valley, 1st cut, -13.00 to 13.00
Kactera Oregoa -lo.so
Clorer hay all.OO to 14.00
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1983. 8tsndsrd 8tstUtlcS Co.)
50 20 30 80
Iad'la RB's Ofs Total
Today 48.4 26.8 W.S 48.3
Previous day 49.S 27.5 87.8 49.3
Week ace 48.9 28.7 66.9 48.8
Yearsrs 57.9 29.0 95.5 60.3
S years era 195.3 141.6 264.8 198.9
High 1933 55.1 30.0 95.8 58.3
Lew 1938 43.8 23.5 66.3
High 1933 , 73.S 39.8 111.0
Law 1933 85.1 18.3 61.8
New 1933 lew.
0 30 20 60
lad Is KR's Ut's Total
8 years sga
-era were holding back the local
Bploa. tn mnfnrm to what was
available at other points, lrrespec
tire of home conditions,
Market for egg was still af
fected by the supplies bought at
country points by peddlers who
sell such supplies in competition
with the legally candled stock of
Higher buying prices were con
tinued In the market for live
chickens although there was Quite
a fair in crease ef offerings dur
ing; the last 24 hours. Light
weight hens continue firmest.
Slight easiness waa reflected
tor eountry killed hogs but the
movement waa good, veal
tains trifle sluggish at the late
price. Spring lamb demand was
fully up to offerings.
Onion Men Hold
Out for $1 Flat
PORTLAND, March II (AP
With onion growers in the La
bish sections holding out for $1
flat and sacks for their best stock,
buyers were showing a lack of
pep te taking hold. Those seeking
the long keeping stock on the
w est side were compelled to pay
lSe above this figure.
1.75 to 2.00
.75 to 1.00
S 75 to 85
07 te .03
Hogs Drop 10 Cents;
New Potatoes oc;
Hogs dropped 10 cents a hun
dred here yesterday to aa even $4
ior me top oners, inner maraeu
were steady, Isave In the fruit and
Local radishes are offered in
fair quantity now, with growers
receiving 38 cents a doxen bunch
es. Asparagus offerings are more
plentiful, with quotations from 10
to 13 cents a' bunch.
New potatoes, from Florida, are
on the Salem market, with eight
Cents a pound quoted.
Ittn iu sisnr ant Vitfrior
at from $2.7 to $3.25 a crate on
the California deal. Turnips are a
bit cheaper, as is spinach. Apples
are scarcer, and more expensive.
Winesaps and Newtowns hold the
market trade, with quotations
ranging from 10 cents to 11.40
according to: variety atfd condi
NEW YORK, March 29 (AP)
Stocks bobbed up and down in
their current;trading range today.
closing lower but above the min-
imums of a flulet market.
Sales totaled 624,796 shares.
American telephone. Case, Har
vester, Allied; Chemical, American
Can, Santa F, American Tobacco,
New York Central, Corn Products,
Du Pont, Westinghouse and Sears
Roebuck were off around 1 to 2
net, while U. 8. Steel, General Mo
tors, Montgomery Ward, General
Electric, Chesapeake & Ohio, Bal
timore & Ohio, Pennsylvania and
Bethlehem lost half a point or so.
National Distillers Products ral
lied a point, leading a rise for al
cohol sharesi Gold mining issues
were dull. Sugars eased some
what, despite firmness of sugar
Labish Onion Men
Holding For Even
Dollar Mart Now
LABISH CENTER, March 29.
After considerable discussion the
Labish Onion Growers' associa
tion director! have set the mini
mum price at 1 a hundred.
With the minimum still at 8-c
Saturday, q.uite a number of car
load sales were made at 1 with
several growers cleaning ip at
Synopsis of Aaaual Statemaat af tha
Kiaaeseta Mutual Life Iasuraace Cos,
paay at Haint Paid, ia tha Bute of Min
nesota, oa the thirty-first day af Decern
ber, 1933, ssadd ta tha Iasaraaca Com
missioner of thai State ef Oregoa, pursu
ant to law: a
Amount ef capital stock paid up,
Total premium income far the yean,
latarest, dividends and rest a reeeived
during the year; $1,285,225.51.
Income from : other sources received
1 dariag the year; 3516.226.65
Paid for lessee, endowments, annuities)
and surrender Value, 83,469.995.59.
Dividends paid te policy-holder during
the year, $944.7-4.84.
Dividends pail ca capital stork daring
the year. None.
Commissions and salaries paid during
Use year, 8951.941.92.
1 the rear. 310.17.15.
Tazee. urea aaa fees paid during
I Amount c! nil other
Total expeadiiurev. 36.37L531.96.
Value of res; aetata owaed (market
Vara af stocks sad beads owned
(market or smortiied valae), $11,678,.
Loan ea martgsge and collateraL
Premium notes aad policy loans, $6
Cash ia banks aad ea aaad. $78T
Ket uncollected, aad deferred premiums,
Interest and rent da aad accrued,
Othar aeeete fast), Kaaa.
Tetal sdmitted assets. 838.238,339.81
Ket reserve, r 833.854.898.00.
Ores claims far lessee unpaid, 8.08
All ether liabilities. 34.485.256.29.
Tatal -abilities, except capital, 318.
048.984.78. Capital paid up. Vane.
Surplus evsr . aU liahlUtiae, $1,150.
385 03. i
Surplus aa regard peBcy-holdera,
busikess ik obeoob roa thb
rasa premiums reeeived daring the
Premiams ami dividends raturaad
dariag taa year. $6,te.9S.
Leasee paid day g Ua yeas, flS,844L.
Vs. a m? Coarpaay, TW tCsaeaata
Vataal Life Iasuraace Ceaapaay.
Berne af Prasidaat. T. A. P-llHpe.
HasM ef Becratary, OL aV Aadeisea-
Btatatary redent attaraey fer sere
iea, Cemmlssts-er af Internee
By CLIFF STERRETT
il CLOSE LOWER