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' Th OREGON STATESMAN, Salens Oregon, Friday Morning, April 21, 1933 " ' v PAGE THIRTEEN
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Carta In this directory run on
monthly bails only. Rat i
11.00 par lino pr month.
MIko Panak. tho brake and shimmy
doctor. 378 Sooth Comm-!-! Street.
Miller Beauty Shop, dial T988.
Burt Crary. tho caterer. Ph. 67B1.
Telephone 4480. R B. Northnesa.
DR. a I SCOTT. PSC, Chiropractor.
25 N Hlrtv Tot Rea 1871.
MRS. 8NELORO V E. 4 IS N. Cottage.
TeL 741s. Hemstitching, So yard.
Dressmaking In your homo. Exp.
12.80 day. Copy pictures. Tel. T4.
CUT flowers, weddtwc bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C b Brelt
haupt. florist. 677. Court. TeL 6904.
ALL. kinds of floral work. Lutx Flor
ist. 18th A Market Tel 959.
Auto and window glass mirrors. TeL
SI OS. Walter J. Downs. sgtf preya.
IS 9 N. High
COFFKY-SMITH. gen, ina Tel. 8632.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE W EIDER LAUNDRY
168 a High TeL 9126
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 3185 1264 Broadway
Sharpened, repaired and traded.
HARRY W. SCOTT. "The Cycle Man".
Mattresses from factory to home
Spring mattress 88.00. Renovators and
rum !- fora Rnndea ned. CaDital Bed
ding Co. TeL 4069. 3030 N. Capitol.
Mow mattreaa made to order, old
remade ; carpet cleaning, sizing ; fluff
reswearing. Salem nun wag nai
treaa Faetorr. a 13th A Wilbur. TeL
8441. Otto F. Zwlcker. Est. 1911.
GEO. C WILL Pianos, radios, sew-
i-r mafhinea. sheet music and plane
studies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 432 State Street.
Win trade cultar and lessons for
anything I can use Storhow, 460 Court.
rtr rhan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10 :30 a-m.
to 4:SO P. m. I4 IS. SJOmmerciai
enrr STATIONERY, cards. ' pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Ueoartment 216 S. Commercial. Tele-
phonc 9101. '
3 n n-r,nt inMimi Tax ReDorts,
Aiifi'itin'c. 1104 N. Com'L Tel 8030 1
BECKB A HENDRICKS. TeL 4947.
ta rT nnr?HORSPr CO.
1 1. S.' Liberty St - TeL 6468.
o-M-rT.rs-aKY A SON
104-5 First Nat'L Bit Bldg. TeL T607.
- STOVES .
STOVES and stove repairing. Stores
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds eC woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, bop baskets, hooka, iogan hooka
Satem Fence and Stove Works, 362
K5U.t. TeL 4774. R. R Fleming.
niprril. CITY Transfer Co. 216
State St TeL 7778. Distributing, for
warding aaa norage our
Get our ratee. .
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 8131. Larmet Transfer C Trucks
to Portland cany.
R. a. West. 80 years experience,
RFD 8, Box 108 E. TeL 110F6.
KOTICE OF APPOINTMiaiT OF
Notice iB hereby given that the
unflersigned has been ttuiy ap
pointed by the County Court ot
the State of Oregon for tne tjoun
. tti --XT mWk .t.T
last will and testament and estate
Ot Susan McMunn, deceased, and
that she has duly qualified as
such executrix; all persons having
Claims agaiast tne estate oi saia
ucccucm - -
preneut the same, amy -veniiea,
to me, Salem, R. F. D. 8, Marlon
bounty- Oregon; within six months
-from the date of this notice,
"Dated At Salem, Oregon, this
litt. rfw f Artl 13S
: Executrix ot the last will and te -
lament and estate of Susan Me
j Munn, deceased. ;
It. J. HENDRICKS,
Attorney for Executrix. ; "
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pear la advertisements pvb
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at Unit will reprint that
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tloaal advertising, ft fur
ther resenres the-right to
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der the proper classifies
WANTED. 3 lhre salesmen. Call Jel-
derks, 404 Masonic Birtg.. Tel. 9494.
Em dressmaktnz In your home.
2.50 day. Copy pictures. Tel. 7384.
Reliable vounir man wants work
store or office. Box 181. Statesman,
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Exclusive product. Nationally adver
tised. Crazy crystals, lis a. Mtgn.
Seed potatoes. Netted Gem, Bur-
bank. H. A. Hyde Co- 2698 Portland
Road, TeL 9596.
Fresh crabs now at Filler's stand.
Intersection Silverton-Portland road.
Piano bargain, late model piano lo
cated here in the vicinity of Salem.
Will sell for balance due on contract.
with terms like rent If interested,
write at once to D. C Durham, 401
East Main St.. Mdford. Ore.
Whr throw away xood money? The
! hosiery mending dept. at Grand Silver
store repairs nose iiko new, do to zac.
We clck ud free of charge dead and
worthless horses, cows and sheep. TeL
Best hair cut Adults 20c child- 16a
Two blocks & of library. & Winter.
Permanent wave, 60c, Beauty Maid
Shop. Over Steusloff Mkt Tel. 4480.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board and room for ladles. Close in.
Tel. 6678. 695 Court St.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattoa apartments down town. Can
Pat ton" s cook store.
8 R. apt. 2261 HaxeL TeL
Mod at heated apts. TeL 8490.
Ante 810. 818. 891 N. Com'L
Fnnv apartment. 1040 Leslie.
1st floor furn. TeL 4269.
-- --innnnfin n n n rVV
2-R. Apt Business district 265
Nice furn. apt.. 590 Union.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unfurn. housea R. A
Forkner 1610 N. Cottaga TeL zqsi.
Houso close In. 255 Division.
1 nnn fiin-n-rLTLfi ri.i -
Furn. 8 room house. TeL 6010.
jULlATir rrr 'I"-- ' " ee'"www
Small house, partly furn. 2430 Leo.
wuxnnnri-i- , . . , ps
S rooms 810.00.
7 R. house, oak firs, jsz.so. rei. oa.
-... .tintn tinmML 2 to i rooms.
rent from 88 to 10, some have large
St. hi U ai once.
CFULDS A MILLER, Realtors
844 State 8t. mono ss
For -rent 4 room neatly iurcusnea
duplex. Electrio wasiier. garaae, i&
jS.SB WK. 11S jerieraon.
tries Off 470 ACRE
otiv'V awn RomPMENT. SHAR
raka err T.ARKIN RE1ALTY CO..
482 State street AT ONCE OR PHONE
its ,ir.i with modern T room home.
TWrlr vallit-r nlL 110 JL. Dlow land. bal.
Butun. a nL from Albany on good
gravel roeo. uasa ram. ";"
Sloe at narrest. see unu. nre wi
Vr. EL ORABENHORsf 4k
184 9. Liberty St Fhone 8488.
FOR SALE Real Estatt
VyWiiMVVifirift-i i-i i-'ir f-r-r----
ta .n tnu anftrm tram
room mw -modern boese barn, chick
en house ; 8 acres strawberries, aot
injured tT Xreose, 1 aore togaoa ana
filberts S SO large cherry treea, 84800.
Soldiers loaa foo, casa xor equiiy
618 Court Street
Good semi-modern T-roea home, two
fine lots with -cherries, pears, apples.
nut and shade trees, garage, poultry
I hotise, fine view. One Mock south Les-
lie Junior high. Cheap and easy terma
Mtaht accent tanoroved suburban acre-
as ta traoea. lt Kurai jave., pnona
Don t build until you sea the two
lota mU - cherries, pears and ap-
pies, full bearing, one block south of
SSJ2 JJSSWSUK 7
t Rural Avenue, pttone .
I .HOMB PRICED TO 8EL-
$.r. ,tricUy modern.' larxp -livhut
room, dininc -room, "bulit-ia fcltcbeo.
X,war 7&tV tJ886oT8Boe
down. This is a baraain. See myjagent.
1 J. D. BKAKM, 1H S. Mn
I xam1JWlSwT TtJxtHOMB
l AttraeUva bd. room; bunsalow.
- 1 !f2 'J XJJ',
built tn kitchen, terraced lawn with
shrubbery. A real home for much leas
1 ore. BIOM. JtTJL 7 All.
FOR SALE Real Estatt
"Beautiful - Kmrwood t view tracts.
city Improvements, anions' actlva home
buUdln-; unusual terms. C. A. Robert
son. TeL 6164.
8 room modern bom with l
land, nice Ylew, lota of fruit aad ber
ries, garage and chicken bouse. 1 mile
from Salem. 8X400. -
IS A. fine timber, estimated 8600 em-da
of wood, SCO per acre. ,
MeiTm jonason w. it. Pennlnttoa
278 State Street Phone 7 86.
If yon want to buy. sell or exchanm
anything see General Exchange. 828
N. Commercial St.
ii.X.ir.W 1 1, i i ,r 'irt.we
I room modern house. 1896 N. 18th
priced very reasonable. TeL 42T7.
See mo atrait that hnw 1 tow. T
hare eome real good places with plen
ty of fruit and good houses, up to 8
acres. This U first class stuff. Xssy
terms; trade considered.
B. a SHIELDS
Oregon Bids. TeL 8908.
9 FOR 8AX.B
Well paying trading business, priced
. Must sell good house, wen located
ior jess I nan insurance. Frtee 81440.ee,
insured at 81500.00; a sacrifice; 20
cash down Mmnt
For saleone of the beet ante camp
grounds, for good cash payment. Gen-
i-rai r.TrnRtiw. us m. commerctsl St.
IT . " V .
Tirf1 A1-n flAtTIJk sit HVA
lences. lUy pond en lot. ta small town,
11500, or will trade as first payment
on farm of 20 or 40 acres with creek
on place. Must be good land, location
not important. General Exchange, 228
um-nerciai o tree I.
Several city homes for Improved or
uaunproTea acreage not lar out.
CHOICE BlTSiw.sa r-nnwia
With 2 store fronts and living quar
ter All rented. Value $8000. Will
take modern Salem home or 8 rooms
- iarjre lot as part.
CHILDS & MILLER, Realtors
3 4 Mat St. Phone 8708
FOR SALE FARMS
ea A. w. sf Amity, river bottom. 6
room house, good, electricity, water
pressure, t hen houses, other out build
ings, silo, good hop hind, 85250. 81000
down, federal loan or will trade equity
Including bouse in Salem for smaller
place, clear. General Exchange, 828 N.
r l'-.11 new -an-' about 1-A. timber,
r. hua- barn, garage and good
welL Three miles from Salem 81850:
45 acres, all cult T? V,
40x50. Ij-g. poultry house, brooder
house, etc. Price 33500.00.
JAS D. SEARS. REALTOR
132 South High Street
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
..... . - t-n-ii-OTrxri.ium-ui
every Saturday and Tuesday; TeL
SURPLTIS? RA RV Cf-rTrva .
rifles prices Tuesday and Friday
Only. Sea our bimlni Cuctnm h,ti.h.
ing. Hatching eggs. Phone 133F2.
Leo's Hatchery, Salem, Oregon.
Poultry wanted. Salem Poultry com
pany, 15 5 E. Miller.
Pry oak, 4 ft 34.00. TeL 8708.
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
STATE LOAN COMPANY
812 Oregon Building, 2nd Floor
Office hra 10:00 A. M. to 8:20 P. M.
Telephone 77 S3. Sute license No.
Borrow on personal property ; repay
In monthly installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO.. State lie. S-169. 605
Guardian Bldg. TeL 8877.
'Bslls of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
is really really different.
YOU GET THE FtJIX
A MOUNT OF tO AN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICES
ON LOANS 810 to 8800
Room 118 New BHirh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
518 State Street TeL 8-7-4-0.
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other (rood security. Repayable
monthly. When tn financial need see
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bls- Phone SSS8.
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yeut payments
Yon keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. LI be rtr 8t and Fsrrr
Ptinne 4TX8 Sahmi. Or
FOR SALE WOOD
Green 2nd exowtb fir IB tn. 88.71.
Qeorga Meltsler, Marlon, Ore.
Wood, $3.5 cord. TeL 041L
OUARANTEED DRY woodooal
TeL 8000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade A
OUt fir. 2nd growth. TeL 8788.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD. oaJ
and fuel eO. Call tw as for price We
give room measar goeo quality ana
sood sorvte. '
I-ARUER TRANSFER A STORAGE
Ash. fir and oak. TeL 8841
Na. 1 18 in. old fir. 84.00. TeL 4451.
Old fir 14.80. TeL 8982.
Old fir 84.00. Pry 84.80. Tot 8178.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND On "VT 8L baby's shoe
and boss supporter. Inquire Statesman.
POLLY AND HER
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -At the T. K. a J
able Underwood typewriter, number
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKATa USED CARS
WITH AN Ol K. THAT COUNTS
2T Hudson Sedan 6 95.00
"27 Chrysler Sedan
'28 Ford Roadster
'29 Oakland Coupe
81 Cher. Coach
29 Buick Sedan
J Cher. Do Luxe Coach
81 Cbev. long wbool
truck dual wheeL comi late
ly rebuilt -- 491.01
Open Evenings and Sundays.
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
228 Center Phone 8180 480 N. CoqI
BUI and Bob Used Car Exchange
for your used car.
Open Evenings and Sundays
1981 Chev. Tudor
1821 Ford Tudor ., ,
1910 Ford Pick-up
1929 Dodge Sedan
1929 Ford Roadster
1929 Chevrolet Man
1920 Ford Dump Truck 400.00
20 other Cars to Pick Frem.
225 8- Com! Across Marlon Hotel
a M. GARAGE
Quality Used Cars
31 STUDS DICTATOR 8 2676
4 -door sedan 6 wire wheels, trunk
rack wind wings, free wheeling.
new six ply tires This car sold last
rear for 81860.00. New car service.
32 HUPMOBILE CENTURY 6 ..$595
First series. Brand new 6 ply Good
year tires free wheeling, many ex
tras new car service.
CHRYSLER 77 ROYAL CPE. 8(25
This is one of the best used cars
ever offered for sale In Salem. New
80 BUICK SIX COUPE $575
Overhauled and reflnlshed. A good
one for half price.
39 HUDSON STD. SEDAN $395
One of the best 0 cyL cars ever
built look her over.
30 FORD SPORT ROADSTER ....$!65
Rumble seat and other extras.
28 FORD BUSINESS COUPE .$146
xsew paint ana overhauled.
State Motors, Inc.
Chrysler A Plymouth Distributors
For Marlon County
High at Chemekwta. Oon Evenings.
WANTED USED CARS
Wanted, Used Trucks
Have sale for a number of rood
nsed trucks. We will buy your truck
for cash or trade in on better truck
or car, or sell for you on commission.
- See Tom Wood for any truck needs
Salem Phone 9588 Oregon
GMC trucks, sales and service.
m i J-jtiuLT JXfX-T r nnnj-u-i ryi njj-uUU
Will pay cash for 1930 Ford or
Chevrolet sport roadster. Call 6154
after-A p. tn.
Wanted, Used Cars ,
If you have a car to sen, se us at
once. We have customers waiting.
BORREGO'S CAR MARKET
SIP No. Liberty Phone 26R8.
Thirteen states and one Canadi
an province are cooperating with
tha 17. S. department of agricul
ture In an effort to develop wheat
strains for the soft winter wheat
belt which will withstand winters
better than present varieties.
An oyster exchange for further
development of this Louisiana in
dustry has been formed at New
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OP SALE
On Saturday tha 8th day of
May. 1932. at ten o'clock A. M.
at the West door of the Court
House, in Salem, I will sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder
for cash, all the right, title and
interest of the within named de
fendants in and to the following
described real property situated
in Marion County, Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning at a point 290 feet
Easterly from the point of In
tersection ot the South line of
Hood Street with the West
line of McCoy Avenue in the
City ot Salem, Marion Coun
ty, Oregon, on an Easterly ex
tention ot said South line of
Hood Street from said begin
ning point, and extending
thence Easterly on the same
line to the Westerly line ot
the property of the S. P. Rail
road Company; thence South
erly along tha Westerly Una
ot the Railroad property to a
line 87 feet Southerly from
and parallel with tha North
line above described; thenca
Westerly along said last de
scribed line to a line 290 feet
Easterly from and parallel
with the Westerly line ot Mo
Coy Avenue; thence North
erly parallel with McCoy Ar
' nna 87 feat to tha place ot
Thla sale ia made by rirtue ot an
execution foreclosure and order et
aala Issued oat ot the Circuit
Court ot tha Stat et Oregon for
Marion County, to ma directed in
th casa ot Mutual Savings and
Loan 'Association, a corporation,
Plata tiff a- Klli B. WnAlarv.
Karl C. Becke, and Helen Lovall
Beeke, his wife. Defendants.
A- C. BURK.
Sheriff ot Marion County, Oregon.
By W. RICHARDSON.
BUTTED, EGGS O
Hide Prices Advance Half a
Cent; Beans Higher;
PORTLAND, April 10 (AP)
Strearta cf the butter market
centlnaed tier and alone tha Pa
cific slope. Maka was ahovinx llt
tl efcaax Hera and there a frac
tional lneraasa was reported bat
centrally gpeaklng churning oper
ations were merely holding their
Tha ahortaca ot pasture con
tinued and tha flow of milk was
net keeping pace wltk tha demand
for dairy prod acta. Tha adranea
In tha milk prlca announce"! yee
tarday indicated thla. .
There was no chance in tha
prlca on cube butter dnrlnr tha
lata tesalon of tha produce ex
change while on tha open market
the aala remained generally at un
Butterfat prices were firmly
held either at the list generally
quoted or a fraction higher In
spots where competition was un
With the exception of small
broilers which continued In sup
ply and were quoted merely
ateady, market for lira chickens
waa Yery strong and especially
the heaTy weight hen sorts.
Hide prices were at last begin
ning to show some signs of re
turning life with an advance of at
least Vic lb. being quoted for
calves. Other hide prices bare re
Higher prices were being named
for beans. Thla applied to practic
ally all coast offerings, both Ida
bo and Oregon and Califomlan
were affected. Further advances
were forecast at the source.
Note3.of wholesale trading:
Old Oregon onions were weak
both here and at the source with
practically no buying at the
Green onions and spinach were
a trifle scarce and firmly priced.
Radishes were holding rather
firm with a good demand.
Local asparagus was cheaper
with a glut and low-priced Cali
fornia Country killed calves were a
Dressed hogs and spring lambs
Mills Show More
Wool Interest as
Price Rise Seen
BOSTON, April 20 (AP)
Sentiment In the wool market is
very strong with mills showing
considerably more Interest and
wool men are talking definitely
higher prices. Quotations on many
offerings of domestie wools hare
been withdrawn, and are either
being withheld from the market
or offered at materially higher
prices. Some "sales have been
closed at prices showing an ad
vance of 1 to 2 cents, scoured
FRIDAY, APRIL 21
KOAC CorraUls 550 Ke.
7:00 Morning Meditation, led by Rev.
Fred &. Morrow.
8:00 Morning concert.
0:15 Moaie Appreciation, an illustrated
lector eourae by Byron Arnold.
18:00 Farm hoar.
13:45 Fa tare Farmers of Aaserica ysV
li speaalag coateat.
8:00 As To Like It Aathoay lower.
:80 Mra. Lora Hant en "Doric for
Developing a Child's Deiir to
7:00 Dr. W. P. Darsi "Bprsylag Ma
terials sad Spraying OaUit?'
T:40 Business Iaititnt of the Air
addreas by Prof. H. T. Vane
"What lies Behlad Retailing!"
8:13 Interesting Obieets la the Sky
Dr. W. B. Aaderse.
KODT Portland 040 K.
8:80 KOIN Xloek.
S:80 Etty Crocker.
19:00 Maria. Little Preach Prinoee.
11 :eO Asericaa Softool of the Air.
8:00 Feminiae Faneie. DLBS.
: 0:80 Sdwis C. Hill. CBS.
8 rOO Redding White, teaer.
0:00 Band Box Bern a. E.T.
10:05 riorito's orehestra, DLBS.
KOW PertHal 820 BX
7:00 Orgaa muemri, VBC
7:80 Orgaa eeaserl, WO.
7 1 45 Pair of Planes. WBO.
:80 Croaseats rroa the Log of th
8:15 Cooking acteoL
0:45 Ariea Tria. HBO.
10:80 Whbii'i Manatee et th Air.
11:45 Orgaa concert MO.
IS iia Wtera Fesei aa4 Heme kes
i :45 O. M. Plaaace.
1:45 The Aresdlaas. BX
a Heatal Hygieae.
8:48 FTiaadlr CWL
d.-A5 Midi Beast. HBO.
Th. Terutn Sex"
GRAINS RISE WILDLY,
EGGS ADVANCE CENT A DOZEN HERE
Wheat Soars 1 OJc,
Up 5c; Varying in
CHICAGO. April 20.- (AP)
Excited by reported broadening ot
Inflation plana and by United
States abandonment of tha gold,
standard, all grains rose wildly
today, and then fell back.
Wheat soared to 10 eenta a
bushel higher than Tuesday, np
S4 from yesterday's finish, but
loat more than halt the new gain,
largely as a result of belief that
existing conditions were unprece
dented, and that rapid fluctuations
were likely to bo the rule here
after rather than tha exception.
On tha crest of today's huge hay
ing, before selling assumed eren
greater proportions, all grains
surpassed any prices heretofore
reached this season, and in soma
cases outdid records since 1021.
Wheat closed nervous, 1-Xi
cents abore yesterday's finish,
with corn 1-1 up, oats
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May, 67-67 VI ; July,
Corn May, J5-Vi: July,
aTVi-; September. 39-.
Oats May. 23; July, 23;
PORTLAND. Ore., April SO. -(AP)
frames exchange, net pneet: Batter, ti
tr 21; tUndardl 20; prim firsts
20 H: tints 19; tff, freak extras 18;
freih medinma 14.
rOBTLAND. Ore.. April 20. (AP)
Wheat Open High Low Close
May, new . . .554
Mar. old 65
Cask wheat No. 1: Big Bead slaestea
84; dark hard wiater, 12 per cant 08.
11 per cant 69; soft white 57; waiters
white, northern ipriag 55; hard winter
56; westers red 54.
OaU No. 2 yellow 822.
Corn No. 2K yellow S'JO.25.
Millroa ataotfard 815.50.
POB7TLAKD. Or., April 20. (AP)
Cattle Kecelpta 80. aWes 10; ateady.
Steers 550-UOO Ibs good 85-85.50. mo
di as 84 85.00. common $3 84 00 ; 900
1100 Ibs Cd 85-85.50. medium 84
80.00, eowmoa 83.-8 A00: 1100-1300 tbs
good 84.'iS $5, medium 83-84.85; ketlers
550-750 lba- good 84.50-85.00. (oaaoa
mediam 82.60-14.50; 750-900 lba good
cheiee 84-8A75, eemaaon-medinm 82.5W
88.50, low eatter and cotter. 81-83.80.
Balls, year lis (a axe haded. good beat
82.80-88. catter-mediam 81-50 - 3A0.
Veelers, good-ckoiee 85-80.00, medlam
84V8S, cnll-eommoa 83.50 84.35. Calve
850-900 lb., geod-eheiee 4 $5.00, com-mon-medlom
Hog Beeetpta 450; ateady te firm.
140-160 Ibs good-ehoiee $2.6-$4.8S;
160-180 lb, $4.25-84.35; 180 JOO Ib
$4.35-84.35; 100 220 Iba.. 83.75-84.85;
S2O-350 IbS $.50 $4.35; 350-300 lba
$3.85-84.15; 390-850 lba., $3.15 $4.00;
packing aowa 375-350 lba.. rood $8.35
$3.85; $50-4.38 lbs. $3.25 $3.78; 485
550 lba., 83.35-83.75; 275-550 lba, med
lam 83-8350. Feedor and etoeker figs
70-130 lbs, good-choice $2.7 $3.7$.
Sheep and Iamb Receipt 555; steady.
8 wring lambs, choice $8.50, good 88-30-50.
mediom 84-80; Umh 90 lb, down,
goed-ckoiee $4 $4.50. eemmoa-madimm $
$4.00; 9008 lbs., good-ckoiee $4.4.35;
yoarliag wathera 90-110 lba., good-ehoieo
IS $3.50. medium $3.-$3: ewe 90-120
lbs., gned-obote $3.35-83.50; 130-150
lbs, $3 15.50; all weights commea-me-dium
PORTLAND. Or.. April 20. (AP)
Butter Prints, 92 teyr or better 23
pound, standards 22 He.
Batterfat Portland delirery, "A"
grd 21c pound.
Kgjir Paeili Pool try Producer' sell
ing price: Orerais 16e, extras 15e. mix
ed colors 14c, mediums 14e. Baying price
of wholesalers: Fresh current receipts. 56
povnda and up 13-12 Vfce doaaa.
Country meats Selling price te retail
ors: Country killed hog, beat butebera.
under 150 poonds 5-6e: vealers 80 to
100 pound 7 -Be; lambs 10-10 Ue,
tpriag 14e. yearlings 5c, heavy ewee 4-5,
eanner ewa 21-Ha. bolls 4-4s.
Wots Oregoa walnut 13-18 pooaA
peanuts 10c, Brasfla 13-14. almonds 18-
lSe, filberts 20 22a. paeans soe.
Case are bark Baying price. 1983 eeel.
3 8 He poaad.
ilopa aomiaal. 1SSZ. 37 SSa.
Live poultry Baring pries: Heavy
heaa, colored. 4H pouad 18s; do madl
oas 11a; lights lis; springs light 14.
haavy 14e; old rooatera 5a. docks. Pe
king broilers 16-17; eM 12a, eolered
Onion Selling price te retailer: Or
goa $1.15-1.25 cental. Yakis-a Fpaaiah
75-$l crate. Kcw eaioas, TiihyBam
das $3Je 80 pewad erate. X
Petaloes Local. 6ft-l5e eraag baa;
Desehotea Cams $1.50-1.60; de Baksre
ll.0e-l.3S. Yakima Gem $1.35-1.48.
Now potato Texas 6c.
Uaabetilse-Oaltferwta. 61.86 pee S
boa crate; Leaislaaa, IS 34-bes crate.
Weel 1988 alt amlali Wlllaaaette
valley 13-15 poaad. aster Orsgoa
Mahal i-Xomta! baytag pHee. 1688
Hay Boylag prlca from producer
Alfalfa 814-16, elever $11. eastern Ore
na timothy $ldIO-lS. eats sad rstek
4:55 Lambert Pharma cal Compaay.
8:18 CoUiaa Erwia Piaae Barprlsca.
eroo First airnter, ibtj.
6:80 Armeor hoer. HBC, "
T:48 Bits of Motedy. VBC.
8:00 Aau Aadr. KBC
10:15 Hstot Mark Hepklas orchestra.
ll.-eo bases dor katel erebealsa, VBO
II :se Orgaa sea art. Mitu.
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f 1-20 per
(Milk baaed ea seari-aoefMy
Batt erf atTop 20c.
Prints 21 He, cube 19c
Prises paid to greeers fey lalm bsyers
(Tka prices bt. smspbed ey a Waal
gis ess, are latftcstite of the daily saarfcvt
festers im gvsraateeS by T gtateasiia)
rtuiT an tsoxtaala
Striag bee as. lb., vk. .11
Artichokes, dot. -SO
Batiahea. local, doa. . JM
Amnni X4 te JOl
Local, doa. 1.8 S
Carrots. Califs crate
.1.T5 to 8.00
, , , -07
peppers. OauL. Is.
Osls. dos. kaaekaa-
Petateas, Tskima Ke. 8
.T5 to 1.0O
Jlerida. aew lk.
Sveet petateea. era la
J .00 ta 4.00
- .07 te .08
Osioaa. Walla Walla
Calerr. Califs H crate
luliaa Broccoli, lb.
Wineiapa, taacy .
Kewtovca. 0 cra4e
Cialiflower. Califs erata
Oranges, p.p. ,
1.00 to 1.28
1.50 te 1.78
8.00 te 4.00
Beeta. Califs doa.
Turnipi, Calif., crate
Spinach. Calif cn to
Bananas, lb. oa atock
box crate, wh, . 1.50
Celery hearts, doa.
J00 to 1.40
Top. 1933. lb.
Top, 1931. lb.
Old roosters -
1933 spring lambs .
Cow , . ,.
.04 to .04
.01 ta .03 H
.03 K te .08 H
.03 te .0214
Dressed veal, top
Draased bog .
O-AXX AKTt BAY
Wheat, western red -
White. Xa. 1
Barley, top, to a 16.00 te 30.00
Oota. toa 20.00 ta 35.00
Hey. fee rina arte
Oata and vateh, tea 15.00
Alfalfa, valley. 1st eat. 1S.0O
Eaatara Ore Con 10.50
Clover kay 13.00 te 14.00
Dry. lb. .
Stocks and Bonds
(CopTigkt, 193S. Standard Sutistlcs Co.)
APE II. SO
:o 20 20 90
lad ls KA'a Ufa Tout
Today - 6.".0 29 $ 79.8 62.1
Prwrioosday 60.3 37.9 63.7 56.7
Week are 64.8 36.4 69.4 62.9
Year age 43.9 23.0 77.1 47.9
8 year age 201.8 136.3 279.1 304.6
Higk 19P8 65.0 30.0 9 5 $ 62.1
Low 1933 42.3 33.5 61.6 43.9
Hiak 1933 72.$ 39.6 111.0 73.9
Low 1933 83 1 13 3 51 8 $3.6
New 1033 hiih.
20 20 20 66
IndMs RK's Lfi Tota
Today 61.7 57.5 74.4 64.5
Previous day 61.2 57.3 74.4 64.8
Week age 60.0 58.S 74.S 64.5
Year age 60.6 64.4 78.T . 67.9
S rears aro P4.0 103.9 HS.B .
H,rk 1038 66.1 65.T 8S.1 T.0
U IHI a.3 D1.B J. oa.o
High 1928 71.8 78.0 89.3 78.1
Lew 191? 53.3 7. lO.s si.s
NOTICE OP EXECCTOB'S SALE
OP PERSONAL PROrERTT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that S. M. Zadlcott. as executor ot
tha last will and testament of
Cornelia A. Davis, deceased, will
sell at public auction for cash in
hand oa Saturday tha 2 2nd day
of Aprfl. 1112. at Turner. Marlon
County, Oregon, at tha hoar oi
1:11 o'clock o. m. all the person
al property, equipment, parapher
nalia and household furnlTura lo
cated fa the roeideaee of said da
eedent and not otherwise disposed
f hy tha last win and testament
at said decedent, said property
consisting at miscellaneous Items
et beds, bed-c!othrng, tables,
chairs, carpets, ruga, pictures,
stoves, docks, mirrors, organ.
brie a brae and ether hoaiehold
fsraltnre and paraphernalia.
S. 1C. ENDICOTT.
Executor ot tha last will and tee-
taaent at Cornelia A. Darts,
Deceased. A-l 4-1 8-1 0-21.
First Home Asparagus
On Market at $1.25;
Egg prices advanced a cent a
dozen on all grades locally yester
day, to t eenta on mediums, 10 on
staadarda and 11 cents on extras.
Wheat afforded tha heavy sen
sation ot tha day. with a three
cent sport, ta 61 cent a bushel
on both red and white. Batterfat
continues steady, with a top of 20
First home - grown asparagus
appeared on tha market, carrying
a 11.25 quotation per doze. Cali
fornia asparagus was material tor
a dealers' battle, with some sell
ing yesterday as low as 4 eenta a
pound, -or coat.
Cabbage Is scarce, bat no price
raise has developed.
FLOUR . WHEAT RISE
PORTLAND, April 20 (AP)
While there appeared a some
what mixed tone In local eash
wht today, all prices, both cash
sad fntures were higher. Sales
(4 93,009 bushel futures were
shown during the session of the
Portland exchange composed ot
.'7,000 old May. 25.000 July and
31.000 September. There was a
demand for considerably more
for offerings were tightly held to
ward the finals. Closing on new
May was up lc. old May Zc.
July 2Ue and September 2c
On the merchants exchange lo
cal cash wheat gained lc and
Montana 3c bushel. It was gen
erally understood that country
prices will be up -c bushel.
Flour adrsnced 10c again.
Barley, corn and millron slo
Final figures show eaW-e of but
500 tons of wheat to the Atlan
tic although reports in the
trade stfggested far more. There
were numerous negotiations that
weTe not closed. Space was
scarce and bids from the Atlan
tic today perhaps 4 to Sc 1low
a working basis.
STOCKS ME SWEPT
UPWARD, SALES BIG
NEW YORK. April 20. (AP)
Financial markets appeared to
be of one mind today in their be
lief that suspension ot the gold
etandard by Uaele Sam and plans
for controlled Inflation meaat a
cheaper dollar In other words,
Stocks swHt upward under Im
petus ot the heaviest trading since
May 5, 1130. while wheat and oth
er grains, as well -as cotton, sil
ver, rubber, sugar, copper, lead,
cocoa and tine advanced actively.
Not in a long time hsd Wall
Street seen so frenzied an opening.
Transactions involving 10.000
shares were fairly numerous,
while International Nickel distin
guished Itself with a 40.000 share
Highlights of the price move
ment included net galas of HVt
for People's Gas, I each for Am
erican Telephone and Consolidat
ed Gas. 10 for National Lead.
4 to S for U. S. Steel. American
Can, North America. Public Serv
ice of New Jersey, Proctor St
Gamble. Electric Smelting. Santa
Fe, Union Pacific, Anaconda and
Standard OH ot New Jersey.
Sales reached the large total ot
Berry Nursery is
A strawberry nnfftery has been
established in Clatsop county un
der sponsorship ot tha Olaey
grange. Berries being planted oa
the test plat are the Gold Dollar.
NarcUsa. Red Heart. Corvallls.
Dewey and Etterberg No. 121.
Grangers will be apprised et the
productive possibilities et each la
that county. ;
An Instrument resembling a
traffic signal is need te control
speakers at the Maiden notary
dub, ' England. The chairman
works the colored lights, which
are marked "Go, "Caution. ant
ON PORTUNO MAR
Proper choice ef seed corn may
is crease yields to Ifr bushels per
acre, the -Agricultural . extension
service of the University et Tea
By CLIFF STERRETT
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