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tteOBjgGQy OTATESMAN, Sato Oregon. Snndy Morning, Jnn 4, 1933
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CaiUs lu Uus UtrecU y rtio on
a monthly basl only. Rat:
1190 per line per month.
Mlks Pa nek, the brake and shimmy
Otvtor. 275 South Commer: Street
UurtCrary, the caterer. Ph. 675J.
Telephone 4450. R E. Northnecs.
DR. a L. SCOTT. PSC. Chiropractor
la N HI (Til. Teu Rea 1571.
Kxp. dressmaking In your home,
SO day. Copy pictures. Tel. 7984.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, dccoratlnna G B. Breli.
-' feanpt. florist, TJ Court Tel. 1904.
ALL kinds o, floral work. Luta Flor-lt-i.
14 th ft Market. TeL 193.
Auto and window glass mirrors. TeL
tiot. Walter J. Downs. 680 Breya
2 8 N.
BECKS ft HENDRICKS
High Tel. 44t
COFFEY-SMITH, gen, lna Tel. 8632.
THK NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
TUB W EIDER LAUNDRY
6 a High . m nu
, CAPITAL. CITY LAUNDRY
' First in Quality And Service
ffelepeons 1185 1264 Broadway
Sharpened, repaired and traded.
.HARRY W. SCOTT. "The Cycle Man"
t Mattresses from factory to home.
Spring mattress f 8.04. Renovators and
fumi.atora Rugs cleaned. Capital Bed-
ding Ca Tel. 4089. 1030 N. Capitol
New mattress mad to order, old
remade; carpet cleaning, slsing ; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag ft Mat-
tress Factory, a 13th ft Wilbur. TL
8411. Otto F. Zwlcker. Est. 1111.
GEO. C WILL Pianos, radios, sew
ing machines, sheet must sad piano
Studies. Repairing radios, phonographs
anU sewing machines. 482 Sut Street:
Steel, Span. Guitar, Mandolin. Be-
sinners, adv. classes. Harmony, notes.
Registration ends June 15. Studio Tel.
,8188 or Y. W. C. A. 8878.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medlcln Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10 :30 a-m,
.to 4:30 p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint 4 Roofing. 474 Ferry.
Painting, paper-hanging, interior
'decorating. Estimates ree. W. H.
Hheppard. Tel. 4280.
'FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
( printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department. 116 a Commercial. Tele
BECKS ft HENDRICKS, Tel. 4947.
' W. H. GRABENHORST 6 CO.
114 & Liberty St. Tel. 4S.
EOCOLOrSKY ft SON
.804-1 First Natl. Bk. Bldg. Tel 7807.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
'for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kind of woven wire fence, fancy and
, plain, bop baskets, hooka, logan hooka
r Salem Fence and Store Works, 282
Chemeheta. TL 4774. R. R Fleming.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 228
BU.U BL Tel. 7772. DUtrlbuUng, for-
warding and storage ur apaclalty.
Out our rate. I
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 2111. Larmee Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland dally.
TYPEWRITERS Adding? Mc. sold,
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cook ft Short. S19 Court. TeL 6584.
R. A. West. 80 years experience.
! RKD C. Box 103 E. TeL 110F8.
O. H; Goss,' who led the Ore-
ton. delegation; on the last bonus
march on Washington, D. C, will
address a mass meeting ot unem
ployed at Veterans' hall, 433
Ferry street, at 8 o'clock tonight.
The circular calling th meeting
t states the purpose as "organiza
tion against the lowering ot living
i standards" and demands union
warns on nnhlla works nroeram
projects, "Increased relief and
wages to meet inflation prices."
The warden of Kruger Nation-
, al Park In Africa has protested
against visitors taking close-up
photographs of lions , with their
cubs because it may. make the an
tmals.dangerous through, fear.' :
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Slngta insert!? per Hse.lOe
Three insrtloa per
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One month per Une.. 11.40
Minimum charge lit
Copy Cor tbla page ac
cepted until 6:30 the even
ing before publication toT
classification. Copy re
ceived arter this time will
be run under the beading
Too Late to Classify.
The Statesman assumes
no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear In advertisements pub
lished tn its columns, and
in cases where ttri paper la
at fault win reprint that
part of an advertisement In
which the typographical
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objec
tions! advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify ail advertising un
der the proper classifica
tion. HELP WANTED
8105-8250 MflVTH nivornmmf aft
er depression Joba Men women, 18
50. Steady. Qualify now. Sample
coachlmr and list Jobs FREtt. Apply
today. Box 1274 R, care Statesman.
HELP WANTED MALE
Oood barber wanted. 301 S. Winter.
Trucks wanted to haul wood. In
qpire of Pnul A. Lardon, Rt 7.
STEADY WORK- GOOI PAY
Choice - openings In country and
town for reliable men and women.
No capital or experience required. MR.
THOMAS. Sunt 428 Third St, Oak
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Unemployed efficient dressmaker.
Open, operate small shop. Everything
furnished. No rent. Commla, 50.
Box 208, Statesman.
Women earn $12 dozen sewing ma
terials cut. Instructions furnished, ex
perience unnecessary, addresses envel
ope brings particulars. Superior Dress
Company, 203 Havemeyer Street.
Brooklyn, K. Y.
LADIES EmlK88 cards forus,
spare time. Good pay. Everything fur
nished. Experience unnecessary. Send
stamp for details. Artcraft Co., 219
Taft Bldg., Hollywood. Calif.
2 outside salesmen must have car.
(Salary and commission.) 8:30 a. m.
120 N. Com'l.
salesmen. Chance to make real money.
Commission advanced; permanent cli
entele, protected territories Apply
mornings g :oo to 10 :o. evenings 7 :30
to 9:00, 881 Statp, Room 208.
Coy. 18, wants farm work. Box 210,
Married man. Hm.iil famiu- tr.ni.
work. Do anything. Box No. 209,
Experienced young lady Vishes
housework for board and room and
small wages. Tel. 3807.
wants work In small family. 486 N.
Deaf bOV 20. Wint f irm irnrlr T-l
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FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Intersection SUverton-PorUand road.
I-Heotrlpal mntr)tlnt TAnMt-i.-.
Prices that satisfy. D. C. Wahlberg.
Tel. 3504, lunch hour.
10-tube R-32, $178.00 Victor, repos
sessed. Balance due. $51.20. Terms, $5
down, $5 month. See Mr. Janz, Will's
FOR SAT.15! Urrlv . ..
cleaner withmttachments complete. A
bargain for cash. Phone 4906 between
J 18 noon. Ak for Mr. Hanklns.
FOR SALE Indoor motor boat.
Perfect condition. Paul H. Carrow.
vuvuta W X Ul C
1 flat tnn nffinA k 'r t ..n . .
f ice desk, t tirrn. .
chaii-s. typewriter, law books. Mrs. W.
HI - - - - -- -y ,,,- ,, , , , L
Ford Model -T An. nn
rack ruxtell rear end for sale or trade
for good, work horse. J. Rjland, Me
Wanted best bicycle for the pric
for cash. 143 8. Liberty, 9 to 12
o'clock Monday. Croasan.
.muni i...-. i.-tv,,,,, .-nrii J.UWU
..J bicycle, good condi
tion. Call Monday a. ra. 879 N. Lib
erty, Apt. 2.
W pick up dead or worthless horses,
cows, bheep, free of charge. Tet 4869.
Beat hair mt AAnifa A- -v n m . r
Two blocks 3. of library, a Winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Modern room, garag. sin. corch.
1577 Court St. Tel 4857
ROOM AND BOARD
.ooow. , ini,M,w
Board and room for ladles. Close
in. Tel. 5678. 595 Court St.
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B. and R, near P. O. $20. TeL 5482.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
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. Foe t &. apt, 2281 HazL TL
Dnn1r ant imfnni exi itr mrin.v
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vu lurnianea room apartment.
Garage. Adults. 5 N. Capitol.
2 and 2 room, apt. Bummer rat,
Nlc furn. apt., overstuffed.
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3 room modern furn. apt. with bath.
590 N. 8ummer. TeL 4494.
Throe., room --furnished apartment
private patn, very nice, lost uac
S room turn, apt- roati floor, 1.80
week. 1290 Oak. TL 8278. "
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First floor apartment. 112S Stat.
Clean, rwatly furnished apt., private
bath. 43 Court St TeLv6792. r -
FOR RENT HOUSES
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5 -room house. 1880 S. Hlirh
Flirn. and tiwfu,i. Kammam d .
Forkner. 1810 N Cottag. TeL SOU.
3r. bungalow, furn. 1248 Chemeketa.
Modern furn. 3-room house, close in.
1700 N. 17th St., 93S.SO; 4SS Rich
mond Ave.. 93:.8: 2105 N. Fourth St.
216.00; 1970 Hasel. furnished, $85.00.
BELL 25 Oregon Bldg. Phone
R. fum. house. 722 N. Church.
For rent 8 room house, strictly
modern 1285 N. 17th St. Owner, f9S
House, also atta. 255 TMvMon
Sman house partly furn. 2430 Le.
ATTRACTIVE 6-room modern fur
nished home, full basement. 820 per
mo. VAN M. GREER, Ore. Bldg. Ph.
1700 North 17rh Kuan iota it.
zel Avenue furnished or unfurnished.
2105 North Fonrth. $15.00. 1425 Fir
street. $10.00. 438 Leslie streat. $25.
P. H. BELL, 225 Oregon Building
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4 TfrOm Tnn(4ra KnaMln .
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rurnlaned. rarapo t 9 fi c vm--
House, No. 3 ' """"
gP . High TeL 9S78
Mod. 4 r. house. Inquir 1598 Court.
Gaf for rant. 19? x rm-.ti
2 A, house, store. Spring on high-
",!?rlem- Mao H A. near Am
ity with bldgs. Creek. See Root, own
r. opposite S. P. Bunkers. Eola
WANTED TO RENT
Iiifnlint" Tin r.orlnw . i ,
OP B wi UGLU11UIIIK ITT
expert workman for rent on furnished
house or apt. Open Door Mission, 315
N. Commercial Street.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Good semi-modern 7-room plastered
residence, basement, fireplace, plumb
ing, on two big lots covered with nut,
cherry and ornamental trees and roses,
grap arbor, near schools, nice view,
going at depression price. Also two
beautiful building lots 60x130 each
with large fruit trees, block south Les
lie brick school, at bargain, easy terms.
Qgner, 765 Rural Ave. Phone 8854.
Don't build until you se the two
fine lots all in cherries, pears and ap
ples, full bearing, one block south of
Leslie Junior high school, nlc view,
level lots, 60x130 each. Sell on or
both cheap, easy payment Owner, 765
Rural Avenue, phone 8854.
Will take good light car or city lot
as first payment on modern 6-room
home. Tel. 6810.
Late built modern 4 room house
with two bedrooms, located at . 335
Fawk 8t, hardwood floor, full cement
basement, furnace, fireplace, paved st.
Price $2650. $150 down, bal. terms.
Good construction and In excellent
SEE W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 South Liberty Street
$400 for a home In N. Salem, living
room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen,
bath, garage and some fruit.
$2150. bungalow, combination living
and dining room, oak floors, nice kit
chen and nook, 3 bedrooms, basement,
aSe' rlos to cnool and bus line.
$3750. Nice home, S bedrooms, sleep
ing porch, fully modern, large lot. 2
garages, east front and paving pd.
2350. English style home, oak floor
in living and dinette, tile drain boards.
3 bedrooms, basement, furnace, fire
place, garage and paving pd. $160
Melvln Johnson W. M. Pennington
27 State Street t.i
t.B Z00, modern house on a corner
ftiTrtTrly,,U00-,A in. Se Ar
thur M. Madsen with
oa. JAX iL GREER
202 Ore. Bldg. Tel. 752,
rXR SALE OR RENT?
Good five room modem home with
sleeping porch located at 2095 S
Church St, nlc corner lot with both
sts. payed, full cement basement, fur-
5 '"rent for $20 per mo.
SEE W H. GRABENHORST CO
134 South Liberty Street
r SWVl equ,tjr' tk acreage;
car, or what have you?
a. stock ranch, 90 cult., 6 R.
hOUSe. all stork nnA ,t.
acr'term. or "trade
J. JAUKSON, 341 State Street
Reasonable 1 h
1 at 1690 N Cottage, 1 at 2155 &ni?,
Rt. 7, Box 227, Salem.
THE JOYS OF COUNTRY LTVINO
Immediate nosseasinn nf i r
dark, fertile land, neat 4 room plas
tered COttaPA XTltK ninlr
. - - '- uulii Ills,
j S liRhts, ga8 drove well, garage.
" snruos, nowers and garden
.. WeU Iocate1 on paved road. Price
$1900, part terms.
3 acres, best of location, partly
planted to garden, drov well, some
buildings. A good buy for $850. cash
,Jr?1l10 P" month, 6 Int.
,IEL?3o MILLER, REALTORS
844 SUt Street Phon 6708
. Strictly modern 5 room buna-alow.
cios in. Nearly new. A very choic
... m. oniy souo.oo, all furnish,
s Acres with modern 6 room bun-
Biuuw near baiem. Frlc only $8800.00,
Terms ri vn
50 Acres located north of Salem, all
fenced and cultivated. Good Hop land.
J- F. TJLRICH CO.
Fhon 8671 : 125 Stat Street
POLLY AND HER
MS AM POLLY iSfsUTTlh41y SUSlEM rC - AN NOT J Sfc. '
TD TUB MOVIES )L iMEET MS AT THa ) - CMvA - C A STAR Vfrt rTCV rtC
M YER NByCmo GATB.rLL i f E2i J MM SIGHT T W,Wf;n fctX
Harry Wlllett, owner ot th
Capital Drag stor played golf (or
the tint time la months oa Dec
oration day. Nov he ia all erln-
pled up with a stiff neck and sore
feet, we were told that hla drives
were so high and se long lie
sprained his neck watching them.
T. B. Kuha, Who conducts
shoe repairing shop at 414 Court
street has been in the same lo
cation for IS years. He reports
that the owners of the building
hare promised to pat la a sew
B. A. Brown, advertising man
ager on Salem's next best paper,
returned Friday erentag from a
business trip to California. He re
ports business greatly improved
in this sister state.
All ladies luterested In entering
an 8 to 11 mile walking race to
be held in Salem the latter part of
this month should address The
Statesman. Cash prises will be of
fered to the winners.
C. S. Hamilton, local furniture
man was showing us an invitation
to attend the Oregon State Phar
macist convention which Is to be
held at Gearhart, Oregon, Jnly 5,
6 and ?. Mr. Hamilton became a
pharmacist in Eureka, Kansas be
fore he came west. He was at one
time pharmacjst at the Oregon
State Hospital during the time
that Harry Lane was superinten
dent, later he worked for Wood
ward and Clarke in Portland and
G. W. Putnam, who owned the
store which is now the Schsefer
Drug store in Salem. He has been
in the furniture business in Sa
lem for 39 year3.
A friend of ours said that he
had some lambs that we could
have for our kids to play with
oat on oar farm. Come to find oat
their mammas were goats and we
decided we had kids enough.
Here it is Jane already and our
birthday will come on the J Oth.
Hope the boss decides to give us
a nice Insurance policy so we can
retire in about 20 yearB. ' Gee
wouldn't It be great to head off
all these insurance men that way.
FOR SALE Real EsUte
SUBURBAN HOME BARGAINS
10-A. (Howell Prairie) about half
!n berries and fruit, rest garden soil.
6-R. house, barn and garage. For
quick sale, $2200 giv terma
5- A. modern country horn. 700 ca
pacity hen house. Barn, 1-A. filberts,
family orchard. A snap for $2960 00.
6- acres out by Keiser school. 2H-A.
in young cherries, peaches and wal
nuta 6 R. house, barn, garage, poultry
house. Price $2500. You will like this.
STOCKED AND- EQUIPPED
25-acree good dark soiL 5-R. house,
barn and etc One horse, X cows, poul
try and tools, all for 32850.
Come and see me before you buy. It
J AS. D. SEARS. REALTOR
132 South High
FOR SALE FARMS
fTJK tJUICK SALE
16H arre home, electric lights. 8
acres orchard, creek gravity water,
good buildings, fine soil. Price $2600
hi cash, balance 6.
SEE HAWKINS A ROBERTS
ror arm Bargains
10 acre four mllaa frmn K 1. A
room new modern house, barn, chicken
house; 3 acres strawberries not In
lured by freeze, 1 acr logans and fil-ei-ts:
30 large cherry trees $4800.
Sol.hers loan $2100 cash for equity
See our windows for some excep
519 Court Street
XCHANGE Real Estate
KOR SALE Or 'eXCHANGE1"
Well loratnd Knrth g,i.n
& modern duplex houses with full
basements, IT rooms In all, garages,
nice lawna flnwra avnH. . i
and pool. Some furniture. Good In
come. Price $8000. Will trade for good
..rr ,wm. rrerer cnerry or nut
r 9ard w,th valuo not to wed $5500.
. a. iarm lew miles out, 8 room
house, barn and outbuildings. Most aU
in cultivation 7 nrm TV.
rle Pd "'berta Price only $1600. Will
w.iiuuw oaiem resilience.
ask us about these.
CH1LDS A MILLER, Realtors
344 State Street Phon 6708
v.. iuiuoo, cone snop,
dance hall, swimming pool, beer gar-
GtnM - ... I 1 . .
u,. garage ana j iiv streams, 1$
modern cabins, 80 acres land, on Pa
ciflo highway south. Price at rock bot
tom, $25,000 mortgage. $5000.00 ex
change for Oregon clear property or
Income property near Oakland, Csllfor-
uis ur ouuyra sjirornia.
2 pice acres, room plastered house, 1
else, lights, water system, mostly all
In fruit Mortgage $1760.00. payable
$35.00 a month. Will exchange for
residence In Salem and assume.
pARLE E B. ROBERTS
208 No. High TeL 967$
f room semi modern house, to trad
, for modern. Will assume $500 t
$1000. 2360 West Nob HilL
FOR SALE USED CARS
MCKAY'S USED CARS
WITH AN a K. THAT COUNTS
1928 Stud Coupe Sandy $12l.t0
1989 WiUys-KnIght Coup 250.00
1929 Pontiac 6daa
1$1 Ford Pick-up
1919 Nash Sedan
1932 Chevrolet DeLux Cous . 671.00
1933 Plymouth Sedan 645.00
1929 Chevrolet Panel Truck 325.00
1929 Chevrolet Truck 196.00
Open Evenings and Sunday
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 3189 430 N. Com'l.
1919 Oakland DeLux Sedan only
driven 14.000 mllea. Not 10 of ser
vice taken out of it- New car guaran
tee, $465.00. WU1 accept good milk cow
as part pmt Se this at one at 240
H. Lib Borrego's. phon 1488.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Large hem with apt. for smaller
horn, acreage, farm, or merchandise.
Ten nlc acres all In cultivation
with all year creek, located on Fruit
land road. east. Price $1500. .terms, a
nice piac to miim your hotu.
8KB W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
134 Sooth Liberty Street
" s"iiLi.r n
I rooms, modern with electricity and
plumbing, located at Neskowtn. fur
nished. Pric $1300. $309 down, bal
ance terms, good construction, a real
SEE W." H. GRABENHORST CO.
134 South I.lhertT Street
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANTED TO BUT
Attractive 5 room modern home In
North Salem. CIoe In. Phone 7538.
Down town grocery store. Clean
stock, cash business, small fixture ac
count, owner leaving city. Jeese G.
Campbell, 205 Oregon Bldg. Phone
WANTED TO BUY small grocery
business In good com. center, Salem.
Let me tell you about thl business
opportunity a chance to get In bus
iness for yourself, with very Uttle cap
ital. It's good.
H. C, SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. Tel. 3902
WANTED TO BUY small grocery
business in good community center,
Salem. Box 111. Statesman.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE Gentle work mare. Jer
sey cow, fresh soon. 619 N. Front.
Wood, all kinds, coll 48F14, 8mtth
Three horses for sale or trade for
car, also fresh cow for sale. Second
house east of Bethel school.
MONEY TO LOAN
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PltTRSn V AT. St A XT a
SCADB en furniture, cars, aalarlet
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When In financial need see
us before closing a loan.
First Nations! Bank Blc Pho-.s 8588
m 1 i-iJ-LTXJi
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
STATE LOAN COMPANT
212 Oregon Building. 2nd Floor
Office hra. 10:00 A. M. to 6:30 P. 11
Telephone 7783. Stat license No.
Sorrow on personal property ; repay
In monthly Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO., State lie. 8-169. 6w
Guardian Bldg. TeL 3877.
BeJls of Harmony'
Heard ever KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
m reaUy really different.
YOU GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OP LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICK
ON LOANS $10 to $300
Room 110 New Bligh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
516 SUte Street TeL 1-7-4-0.
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yout payments
Yon keep the car
P. A BIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
fhon 4732 Salem. Or
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Private money to loan on good real
estate security. Abram and Ellis Inc.,
FOR SALE WOOD
GUARANTEED DRY wnnrt one I
TL 1000 Salem Fuel Co. Trad s
Ash, fir and oak. TeL 164a,
h ii - r ,- inn n o 1
Dry wood $4 cord. Tel. 64(9.
Dry wood, all kind. TeL 4411.
Dry oak. 4 ft.. $4.00. Tel. $708.
LOST AND FOUND
0hAmmmnmmm'immmmmm rMVirinnniixrinnn i-uu u
LOST Weymann tenor banjo, In
ease. Reward. Tel. T662.
LOST Small gold winged pin with
inscription A. 8. A. Finder pleas re
turn to Statesman. Libera! reward.
EPILEPSY EPILEPTICS ! Detroit
lady find complete relief for husband.
Specialists home, abroad, failed. Noth
ing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs.
Geo. Dempster, Apt. E-166, 6900 La
fayette Blvd., West. Detroit, Mich.
A Feller Can't
FOR SALE USED CARS
Several light ears. Will pay- cash.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
m.mt.'M r1- trtnjirLLrirLr
1911 Chv. coach. Sacrlflc to settt
an estate. TeL WIS.
It's a Scotch Party
Bargain Prices and
21 8TUDEBAKER 6. 4-DOOR BED AN
30 BUICK BUSINESS COUPE
32 ESSEX TERRA PLANS R-S CPE.
33 PLYMOUTH BUSINESS COUPE
29 8TUDEBAKER PRES. 8EDAN
27 8TUTZ VICTORIA COUPE
2t CHRYSLER, FIRST 70 SEDAN
28 OLDS SIX l-DOOR SEDAN
29 ESSEX SUPER 4-DOOR SEDAN
29 FORD MODEL A SEDAN
28 CHEVROLET BUSINESS COUPE
26 ESSEX COACH
15 FORD COUPE
State Motors, Inc.
Chemeketa at High
Open Evenings and Sundays
WANTED USED CARS
Cash for late light car. TeL 767L
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" ' WSSWWW Mil . Ww
Equity in 4 room plastered bouse,
and a late '29 4 -door Ford for a
later model of some light sedan. Must
be In good condition. Box 212.
GRAINS SOLA LURCH
EGG MARKET GATHERS
Buyers Don't Support;
Report by Wallace
CHICAGO, June 2. (AP)
Heary selling found the grain
markets bare of adequate support
from buyers today, and prices
Disturbance of market condi
tions followed statements attrib
uted to the secretary of agricul
ture that speculative price ad
vances ot late in stocks, cotton
and grains had interfered with
operation of the farm relief act,
especially efforts to take cotton
lands out of production. Another
statement ascribed to him indi
cated there would be no control
measure for the 1933 United
States wheat crop.
Wheat closed nervous at almost
the day's bottom figures, 1-1
under yesterday's finish, corn
down; oats off.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat July 72-Vi; Sep
tember 74H-H; December 764
. Corn July 44; September
464-: December 49
Oats July 244; September
25-25 M; December 26.
PORTLAND, Ore.. June 3. (AP)
Prodsee exchange, ntt price Butter,
extras 28e, (Uadsrds 21 Vie. prime firsts
21. firtU 20. E(ft rreia extras
18a. fresh madias 17c.
PORTLAND, Or., Jane 8 (AP)
Wheat Opea Hij-h Low Close
Jolr 60 60 59 69
Bepteaber 62 62 60 60
Der-aaber 4 64 68 T8
Cask wheat No. 1 big Bend bloe
itpaj C7c, dark hard winter 12 par cent
68 He. 11 per cent 64 e; soft white,
nr wiater 59 Vie; northern ipricg, wet
ern wkita. welters red 57o.
Oats K. 2 whita 822.50.
Cora No. 2E yallow 821.50.
Millran Standard f 19.
PORTLAND, Or, June 8. ( AP)
Butter Print, axtra 24e, itandard
Battarfat Portland delivery, A grade
21-22o poand; fanners' door delivery 81
22e poand; aweet cream 5a higher.
Eg" Pacific poultry producer loll
ing prices, jttmboa 19s, extra 18e. mixed
color 17c medium 17e doxea. Baying;
Drie of wholulepe frK
ceipt 66 pound and np 1314c doien.
vneee yx acor Uregon triplet, lie,
loaf, 14 pound. Broker will pay 1 bo
Milk Contract price 4 per cent, Port
land delivery 11.70 ewt; B grd cream,
3 7 Vic poasd.
Country moat Selling pries te re
tailer, country killed hoc, belt hatch
er. nder 160 poand 6 -7e; veslers 76
to 100 pounds 7; ipnng Urnhs 1-
llHi: Tallin,. 1-A.r- nn.nJ k .
2-3e; canner cows 9c;'blU S-6
'cUp 11 poaad.
C'ascara bark Buying price, 1981
peel 4 pound.
Hopo Nomlad. 1933, 70-75 poanA
Llvs poultry Portland SeUvery. bay
ing prices: Heavy hens, colored 4
poand 14. de medium. 12e; lighU 11 ;
prior light, 1 pound ap, 12; color
ed pring 15e; xooaurs Sc pound; duck.
Pekins, broiler, 18 ; old duck. Pekiaa.
10 1J poanA do (elored 10 pouad.
Oaloo Belling pric ts retailers:
Oregoa 11-1.25 eat.U
Kew oaloa California Bermsdas
81.60-1.71 per 50 pound crate; California
40 per lac; new rod 2 pound.
Potato Local. 1L15-1.S5; Doa
rhstas Oom. $1.60; do Bakers 81.75;
Takiaa Qemi, 81.50.
Now poUtoe California Gsraats,
- posad; whiU 3 poand.
Btrswhorrie Sacrament 34s 11.60
1.85; Oreron lt.233.50 erate; Clark
aeedllng $8 crate.
Waal 1933 clip, seminal. Willam
ette valley, 18-35 poand; atara Oro
r 17-10 ponnd; soathera Idaho 16
1 tOe pound.
Be Too Careful!
lists era our
Names of 21 boys and girls from
this county who will probably at
tend the 4-IX club summer school
at the state collets June 12 to
June 24 were sent to Corrallls
Saturday by Wayne D. Harding,
4-H club leader. Hard in r said the
list for registration was not closed
but asked that other young per
sons wishing to attend the school
do so as soon as possible.
Four 4-H workers who won
scholarships for the school at the
1922 state fair are Silas Torrend,
Silrerton; Florence Copley, Liber
ty; Alice Marie Thompson, Helen
Mae Thompson, Macleay.
Other young persons listed for
attendance at the school are: Mar
jorle Bice. Lois Volker, Annette
Lyttle, Fred Erenden. Chsrles
Kauffman, Joan Beck, all of
Wood burn; Trasilla Barr. ML An
gel; Wallace Poerfler. Macleay;
Rowena Upjohn, Margaret Upjohn,
Florence Upjohn, Salem; Palmer
Torrend, Silrerton; Donald Brook,
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, 9130 per
(Ifilk baaed sa semi monthly
Distributor price 91.70
Butterfat Top 20-21c,
prints 21 H. cubes 22 H.
Prices paid to grooer b galea barer
(Th pric helow. uppii4 Of s local
rrooer, ara iadscatira tt the daily market
but are not guaranteed or The Suteaaaal
trott ajc d v cost ab lbs
String bean, lb, wh.
Asparagus, local, dox.
Green pepper. Calif, lb.
.1.00 to 1 25
Pea. Califs lb.
Onion, dox. bnnche
PoUtoe. Yakima No. 3
Sweet pot to, erst
Onion. Lbih, ewt.
Celery. Clif crate
2 25 to 2.75
. 8.00 ts 4 00
IZZ. "ZZ ao
.35 te .60
Beets. Calif, do.
Turnip, local, dox.
8pinach, local, crate
Bananaa. lb. oa itock
Celery heart, do.
.80 to 1.30
.30 to .30
Colored hen .
.13 to .15
Lamb, top .
.04 to .05
rred veal, to
OS IJf A1TD HAT
Wheat, we tern red .65
White. No. 1 .65
Barley, top, ton 1P..0O to 20.00
Oats, tea JO. 00 te 23.00
Hy. buytag price
Oat sad vetch, toa
Alfalfa, valley 1st est
Wool Buying at
BOSTON, June S (AP) Per
sistent baying in the wool market
Ireld the price trend Tery firm to
stronger. Medinm Quality fleece
and most trades of territory wool
advanced moderately during toe
past week. Trading was in some
what smaller volume than daring
several of the recent weeks owing
to restricted supply of many line
and to previous covering by man
ufacturers. New business on wool
goods, yarn and tops, has how
ever, occasioned inquiries for raw
Hay Buying pric from producer:
Alfalfa 114-15; clover 811; eaiteru Ore
gen timothy 118; oats sad vtch 115.
Gerrals. route 2 ; LaVerna White
head, Eleanor PaTkes, Vgrnel Den- :
ham. Turner; Dorothy Qaanick
North Saatlam, and George Terr
ot Start on.
Cuts Swath in
NEW YORK. June S CAP)
Profit-taking cut a swath through
the stock market today and most
commodities joined the decline.
Losses ot 1 to 2 points were
frequent, though Friday's gain
was not fully erased. Volume to
taled 3,587,720 shares.
Among the larger losers In the
share market were American Tel
ephone, Consolidated Gas. the
two U. S. Steels, Westinghous.
Union Carbide. Sears Roebuck.
American Tobacco "B." American
Can. Santa Fe. Louisville and
Nashville and Delaware and Hud
son, which fell 2 to 2 points. Case
dipped 4 and du Pont slightly
more. Nash. National Distillers.
American Sugar, Fere Marquette
and Studebaker successfully coin
batted the downward trend.
L-ocai Dernes on
Mart at $2.50
PORTLAND. June S (APJ
Market for eggs continued to
gather weakness. Prices nomin
ally listed here were the highest
along the coast, quality consid
ered, therefore there was an ut
ter void ot shipping demand ex
cept for storage. Even this busi
ness is reported dwindling since
other markets showed receding
values while local prices were
nominally held high by some lead
ing distributive interests. Others
recently reduced their selling lists
lc at least and claimed then they
were undersold by parties who
quote higher figures openly.
Prices were being well held in
the market for butter. This ap
plied equally to the open market
and on the produce exchange.
Sutterfat was fully steady. Stor
age movement of butter continu
ed. While there was a keen demand
for live hens of all weights, the
market for broilers is depressed
as a result of the much under
wheight stock arriving. Prices on
these are perhaps lc pound off.
There was a mixed price situa
tion in old crop onions. Reports
of great strength and demand for,
these appear somewhat out ot line
with' latest information which
suggested stocks dragging at Wil
lamette valley sources.
- At the week end there was a
sudden change in sentiment for
country killed calves. Instead of
the weakness and surplus, there
was a shortage and higher price
to 7 He pound.
Around 50 crates of local
strawberries were offered on the
East Side Farmers' wholesale
market. Quality In general was
good. The best fruit sold rapid
ly $2.50 crate. Some California
20s were offered at $1.40.
At their regular business meet
ing Wednesday night Chemeketa
lodge No. 1 elected officers for
the coming year. Those elected
were U. F. Neiderhouser, noble
grand; Joe Formick, -ice grand;
Amos Vass, secretary; William
Seigmund. treasurer; Thomas Mc
Lead, captain of the initiatory de
gree; George Naderman. captain
of the first degree; John Groves,
captain of the second degree; Dr.
Lewis, captain of the third degree.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright. 1933. Standard StatiaUes Ca)
80 10 M
. R'i Dfs Total
Today 81.4 48.V 96J 7.a
PreTK-uday 4.1 44.6 111 SO.
Vteokags . 10.1 42.1 . 76 3
Tergs 89.0 18,1 59 1 3S.9
year ago 1SS.T 189.1 .68.0 193.0
High 1933 S4.1 44.6 9S.1 SO. 4
Low 1933 43.1 28.1 6 LI 43
High 1931 T3.1 8SJ III, 73.9
Low 1931 15.1 13.J ll. J3.o
Ind ia KB'
3 year are
58.8 57 0
Xew 1938 high
By CLIFF STERRETT