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$1.0 pr Una per month.
Hike PiMk, the bran an4 attbnmy
doctor. 17 South OommoKU - Street
Burt Cmnr, tha caterer. Ph. S7S3.
Telephone 4459. R. g. Nort (mm.
OR. Ol L SCOTT. PSC, "Cblroprmctor.'
1H M High. Tel. Rea 8572.
Ex. 4-asnaln In your home,
ji i day. Copy plctnre-a TeL 784.
CUT Oowera, wedding bouquet fun
eral wreaths, decoration-, C r. Brelt
hsup. florist. 471 Court. TeL (904.
ALL. kind of floral work. Lets tlor
1st. lta 4 Market TeL S2.
. Auta and window glass mirror. TeL
5tua. Walter J. Downs, 686 Bwn
BECKS m HENDRICKS
lt N. Hlxh TeL 4141
COFTRT-SMITH. gen, lna TeL MU.
THK NEW SALEM LAUNDRT
THK WEIDKB LAUMDaT
Hi a HUh TeL il.t
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRT.
First to Quality and Servtea
Telephone 11(6 12(4 Broadway
Sharpened, repaired and traded.
HARRY W. BCOTT. The Cy4 Man"
Mattresses from factory Co noma.
Sprina mattress IS. 04. Res orators un)
fuualaatora Kugs cleaned. Capital Bed
ding Co. TeL 40(9. 1030 N. CasitaL
New mattress made to. order, old
remade ; carpet cleaning,' sizing ; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag 4 Mat
tress Factory, a Utn Ar - Wilbur. TeL
(4 4 1 Otto P. Zwlcker. Est.
Li Ea a WIULi Planoa, radios, sew-
ins rnaclrtnea,. het tnuaie Aod piano
studies. Repairing .radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 412 State Street.
riieeL Span. ! Guitar, MandoMn. Be
ginners, adv. classes. Harmony, notes.
Registration ends June 15. Studio TeL
Tlx or Y, W. C. A. (878.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10 :J0 a.m.
to 4 :30 p. m. 148 N. CommerciaL
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Pnkit-A Roofing. 474 Ferry.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programa, books or any kind of
priuticg, call The Statesman Printing
Department. 215 a CommerciaL Tele
BCCKB PEN PRICKS. TeL 4347.
W. H. URABENUORST CO.
124 a Liberty SU TeL (4(a
socoLorsKT a son
(04-5 First NafL Bk. Bidgv TeL
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kin ot woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, boa baskets, books, logan hooka.
Salem Fence and 8 tore Works, 2(2
Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 224
Slate 8L TeL t7t. Distributing, for
warding ad otorage our apecialty
FOR local or distant transfer storage
call 111L Larmer Traaafer Co. Trues
to Portlanfl dally.
TYPEWRITERS Adding Men. eeld,
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke Short. 61 Court. TeL 6584.
R. A. West, l yeara axperieoea,
RtT5 . rv l08 K. TeL 'HOFr
Final Rites Held
At Woodburn For
Maude Lona Wright
WOODBURN, Juna . Fn
neral aervlces for Mrs. Maud
Leona Wrlbt, 57. who died at
her home least of town Friday,
were held j Sunday afternoon at
the Hall mortuary. Rt Boudlnot
Seely officiated, and music was
by tha Bethel church quartet. In
terment wag In the elle Passl cem
etery, ' v I ' ''': "
Maude Volkert was born In
Wllmlnatoa. O.. May -11, .1876,
and she waa married to John D
Wright, Decembef ,. 189. Her
husband dijed September 18, 1923.
She la surTlred by two daugh
ters, Mrs. L. W. Stegrey of Seat
tle, and Mrs. H. A. Jahnke ot
Woodburn; two . brother, Louis
Volkert of Columbus, O., and Eu
gene, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and one
aister, Mrs. Sherman Morrow ot
Slngte loMxtlaa. par Uatate
Threw 1 iMtluJi m
Sis iniartloni paUaa..M
One month Ua..$lU
Mi-Imam el-arg M
Copy lor tola pats ac
cepted nntil rjo tha -
toe before p-bUeattoa tor
etaaalf teatioa. 0p .
telved -after this tlma will
bo roa aader tha Aeadlaf
Too Lata to Clas-fty.
. Tha Statesman ast-oiea
n Cnaeclal responsibility
r errors which may ap-yar4-adyrU
Uabatfr Id tta cataasas, and
-In cm beratU- paper la
at fault will reprint that
part ot aa advertisement la
which tha typographical
The 8tateamao rasarree
the right to. reject objae
tlonal adverttalni. It tar
tber reserves tba. rixht to
crasetfy all advertlaing un
dr tha proper classification.
HELP WANTED MALE
Good barber wanted. 391 & Winter.
Tracks wanted to haul wood. In
quire of Paul A. Lardon. Rt. 7.
WOMEN Interested in earning mon
ey eewlng-. write for details. P. Ot Box
1471. Cincinnati. Ohio.
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ABLE VAV trtr la-Wtn J-
Uvery work. Pays M7.S( weekly np.
Must own car. Canvassers need not
apply. Steady Job. Write quick. Al
bert Mills, Route Mgr J4J7 Mon
month. Cincinnati, O.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
unempioyea erricient dressmaker.
Open, operate small shop. Everything
furnished. No rent. Conunia. (0.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
InterseetioQ Silverton-Portland road.
Eletrrr4l MntnHnr ni.M..
Prtoee tliat satlafy. D. C. Wahlberg.
TeL 25(4, lunch hour.
RADIO FOR SALE
10-tulM R-J. tl 72 OA Vttm- rrv.
sesaed. Raln.j afn 11 n rJ'. c
down. $5 month. See Mr. Jans, Will's
Kitchen range, Rt. 1, Box 265, (2F15.
1 flat, ton office dMlr 1 mil tr nr.
flee desk, filing cabinet. 3 office
chairs, typewriter, law books. Mrs. W.
S. IvPtis. 1I4S X. 14th.
cows, shep( free of charge. TeL 4869.
hats, and shoes in good condition. High
est prices paid. Star Exchange, 111 N,
Comrofrclnl St. Phone 5948.
Best hair. mil. Artnlta ft ..ViiiA n.
Two Mocks a of library, a Winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Modern room, garage, alp. porch.
1577 Court St. Tel. 4857.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board and room for ladies. Close
In. TeL 5S78. 595 Court St.
1 iJriio-aijifkjj j-trunjTin r . r j wwi i-., .
B. and R. near P. O. $20. Tel. 5482.
Room, board, private home, 677 a
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Fur. S R. apu 22(1 HaaeL Tel
Duplex apt, unfurn. 951 N. Winter.
Well furnished 2 room apartment.
Garage. Adults. 475 N. CapitoL
Nice furn. apts., overstuffed. 590
2 roonf modern furn. apt with bath.
(SO N. Summer. TeL 4491.
Three room furnished Apaxtmant,
private bath, very nice, 10(4 Oak SL
Furnished apartment, summer rate.
rlffi tiaarlw 4f,1v.aiSA sma .(,,..
bath. 545 Court St. Tel. 5792.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Porn, and ttaftm. honsea R A.
Forkner, Kit - N. Cottage. TeL 20IL
Ir. bungalow, furn. 124( Chemeketa.
Modern turn. 2-room house, close in.
1700 N. 17th SL. (22.50: 435 Rich
mond Ave.. $22.50 ; 2105 N. Fourth St,
915.00; 1070 HaseL furnished, (25.0.
P. H. BELL, 225 Oregon Bldg. Phone
House, also apts., 255 Division.
8mall house partly furs. 2430 Lee.
Mod. 4) r. house. Inquire 1591 Court.
See furnished bouse, (15; others
(12.50 to 930: unfurnished (8 to 825.
Also bungalow for sale, payment down.
Dai. line rent, hjsjs
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State . Room 4.
Modern T room No. Cap. TeL 3545.
WANTED TO RENT
Painting, papering, or decorating by
expert workman for rent on furnished
house or apt. Open Door Mission, (15 H
N: Commercial Street.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Strictly modern 5 room bungalow,
close in. Nearly new. A very choice
home at only (3000.00, all furnished.
( Acres with modern ( room bun
galow near Salem. Price only f 3(00.00.
(0 Acre located north of Salem, all
fenced and cultivated. Good Hop land.
Bargain at (2500.00. Terma
J. F. ULRICH CO.
Phone 8(72 22f Bute Street
' " SNAP
If you want a dandy well kept S-A.
tract close in, very cheap, come la
and see ma. No fooling about this
PUJA& D. SEARS, REALTOR
1(2 South High Street
FOR SALE Real Est&t
Remember X have some choice lots:
will build that house to suit oa easy
terms. Let n show you. j
- H. C. .SHIELDS' i -Oregon
Bldg. TeL 1162.
Good semi-modem 7-room plastered
reaidetice, basoment. tliwpisce. -pinnrb-Ing.
on two big lots covered with nut.
cherry and ornamental trees and rosea,
grape arbor, near schools, nice rlew,
going at depression price. Also two
beautiful building lots -60x129 each
with large fruit trees, block southJLes
lle brick nrhool, at bargain, easy terma
"wntr, Hum ara Fnona (854.
.. i... Ynnnn ut ui.ii.iuuuui
Don't -build nnta you see the two
fine lots all in eherriea. pears and an
cles, full bearing, one block south of
Lesll. junior high achooL nice lew,
level lots, (0x130 each. Sell one or
both cheap, eawy -payments. Owner, T(i
Rural Avenue, phone (854.
(8400 Home For ( 800
7 room modern home, best of con
struction. Only ( blocks from state
bouse, north. Small payment will han
dle. CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtor
344 State Street Phone 470(
HOME AND AN INCOMeT""
, P"? property on Urge corner
lot 71x100 ft, S apartments partly
furnished. Owner wishes to leave and
a real sacrifice at price of
$3000. part terma
...CTLDS MILLER, Realtora
344 State Street Phone 6708
FOR SALE, LEASE OR WILL
UULLD TO SUIT
Choice corner suburban property.
Ideal for store and station. Priced rea
sonable. CHILDS A MILLER. Realtora
344 State Street Phone (70S
Owner leaving city. Modern bunga
low, good furniture, all clear for $2950
Good terms. Worth at least one thou-
fil ,?orem Never get another chance
like this. To nee it, SEE
BECHTEL or THOMASON
3State Street Room 4.
WHT PAY RENT?
cJ?1? y.U can bu Rood home for
(450 Another one for $950 $1250 and
To BSEE"' baUnce like nnt-
it e?1?"1, or THOMASON
"1 Street 4
LOOK! TOUR GAIN, OUR LOSS!
Two well-located North Salem
i!?- modern, and complete
TJ1ere 8 no 'oollng about
these places. See our a pent.
YAN iL GREER
202 Ore. Bldg. ? Phona 75Jj
FOR SALE FARMS
rOTt QUICK SALE
acrW4 home' "ffhU.
acres orchard, creek gravity water
H cash, balance 6,
SEE HAWKINS A ROBERTS
... For Farm Bargain.
ALMOST GIVEN A WAT " "
eJ-"aTCI!i JL0' 'n cultivation and
crop. Looks fine. Family orchard New
tt li DOU,Ury house, fencea U taken
no my agent
H.V.V .r"n' UAKUAINS
$14000 buy 20- nice all tillable
acres, house barn and some fruit, on
good road 8 miles Salem $500 cash
balance 5 years at (. '
$4500.00 buys 72 good smooth acres
f0m;r,h,0U8f Rood barn, other build
hvraWill take small place near Salem
or good valley town.
Melvin Johnswn or W. H Pennington
275 State Street T
TTl.T T7 ewi - . .
EXCHANGE Real Estate
WW WXMH 1111... nn r u L tj
hnJL, 1Qm with apt. for smaller
rTr3-: 5arm- or merchandise.
?J 'appointment. 5480
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANTED TO BUY
v-,tKraft!Ve 6 rm modern home in
Korfh Salem. Clone in. Phone 7533.
- ' ' ;
WANTED TO BUY small grocery
c , s"T,,n Bood community center.
Salem. Box 211. Statesman, '
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE Gentle work mare, Jer
ff?.00' fren aoon- 1 N. Front
Rubens.11 km'ls, caU Smith
Three horses for sain or trade for
car, also fresh cow for sale. Second
house eaat of Bethel school
MONEY TO LOAN
'Bells of Harmony'
Heard over KOIN daily
ring out a loan service that
is really really different.
TOTJ GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LA WFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS It to t$oa
- OF SALEM
Room 119 New BUgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
it a .if2NiED BT STATE
(It State Street TeL X-T-4-a
or " fi'r'rar? aUrlee I
or etner xond anenrtty. Bemyabhrl
oa befory clortng a loan.
M . CORPORATION
First National Bank Bldg. Phens (XIX
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
aaaaa (f ,f ja In 1'ia X
h, T?,"1 Property! repay
Si-J?? bjaUmta. WTLLAM
ETTB LOAN CO., State lie, 8-la7lii
Guardian BldgTTeL (Sit.
POLLY AND HER
ZW Jtf T TV5' ..O eVwVr4TED-t30TJS-O - jr VTySSp vSj
MONEY TO LOAN
wwwWim - n n n qruvj
MONET "LOANED OH AUTOS
. Coo tracts py-nail
Arraage ta roduca yotu paymeats
Ton keep- tho-gag ,
Con Liberty St. aad Fwry
Phone 41(8 . tslsaat Oca,
Private mommy to loan on good real
estate security. Abraxas and Ellis Xnc
FOR SALE WOOD
niTA T A rU'TsTTrr rtDV m a
TsL 600 aalea Fuel Co. Trade m
................ 1. rinn (mjmjjj
Asa, fir and oak. TeL (Mi.
Dry wood $4 cord. TeL (4(9.
Dry wood, all kinds. TeL 4418.
Dry oak. 4 ft, I4.M. TeL $708.
- -- -- -- rn.ixiuwx
1C dry slab wood. M dry old fir.
Prompt deHrery. At Tracy TeL (98(.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Weymaan tenor banjo. In
case. Kewara. TeL 76(2.
LOST Black male Atrdale In
downtown district Name "Nigger on
collar. Liberal reward. Call it S. it M.
araraye. 235 B. Com'L
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKAYS USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
1926 Srude Coupe a dandy $125.00
1939 Willys-Knight Coupe 250.00
1929 Pontlac Sedan 295.00
1931' Ford Pickup 295.00
1929 Nash Sedan 225 00
1932 Chevrolet DeLuxe Coupe 675.00
1932 Plymouth Sedan 545.00
1929 Chevrolet Panel Truck 325.00
1929 Chevrolet Truck 195.00
Open Evenings and Sundays
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 21(9 430 N. ComT.
' ---- " 1 1 1 ii i r
Several light ear Will pay cash.
t USED CAR EXCHANGE
1M8 ChV nrmr-Y, Sam-If!.. ..!.
an estate. TeL (411.
LOW PRICED TRANSPORTATION
1927 Oldsmoblle Coach. Priced
to sell $ 3.00
1928 Essex Sport Coupe 125.00
1925 Oakland Coupe. "Real
1927 Cbev. Coupe . 85 00
Model T Ford Coupe 17 50
Dodge Screen Delivery. "Good
condition." 63 00
1927 Cbev. Truck. Dump body lisloo
1" verland Coach 60 00
' Can handle good milk cow In trade.
240 N. Liberty Tel. 2(88.
WANTED USED CARS
Will FtTYV Prtevl A t jm. ,
Call evenings J5F4.
First Indication of what cherry
growers may expect on their crops
this spring1 Is contained In report
receired by a local man from the
cherry district of California.
There the prevailing price on Roy
al Anne is four cents; on some
maraschino stocks, 4 cents on
Black Tarts, sU cents; and on
blngs, eight cents.
While these prices are not nec
essarily local prices, they give
some Indication of wbat the local
crop will sell for.
So far, no open market quota
tions on cherries hare been made,
or if they bare, fruit men aren't
talking about it.
The local cherry crop, while
not a bumper one. Is promising.
WOULD FORECLOSE OX LAXD
DALLAS, June 8 F. O. Byer
ley filed a foreclosure complaint
here Monday against Millie M.
Stafrin, individually and as execu
trix of the estate of Conrad Staf
rin, et al.
1 'V. . '
:-..: v. v :.
v ." ;
Kiss Margaret Kraia, of Newark,
N. J ona of tba fira personi
wounded daring- the attempt oa the
Ufa of President Rooaerelt ai
Miami, last February, shown aa aht
Vft tba Wbita Hooaa after en
on tha President. Tba Chief aeen
tire epTeased joy at ber rapid ra
CHEfIRr PIES in
SOUTH LOU 0000
Egos Mixed; Shortage Acute
In Asparagus; Berry
PORTLAND. Jane f . (AP)
Lack ot a prica changa in tha
market for butter here suggest
ed again the streogth displayed
by the local trade In face of ef
forts of outside abrppTt to cre
ate tba Impression that Portland
was a cheap market.
Buttertat quotations were ful
ly steady with practically no
change In buying values for the
There continued a mixed tone
in the market for eggs with ona
distributor holding values at the
highest' point along the coast.
Bulk of the sales here were in
dicated at 1 to 2 cents below
There was a slightly easier
tone suggested In the market for
lire hens with bere and there 1
cent loss la the price. Weakness
continued in the broiler trade.
There was another Improve
ment in the market for country
killed calves with a further slight
gain In the price. Hogs were
holding steady while a shortage
of good lambs continued despite
the weakness In the live mar
ket. With only limited supplies of
California berries here or in sight
for tomorrow, values were ad
vanced to $2 crate for offerings
despite the poorness of fruit.
Oregon Gold Dollars were gener
ally J2.25-2.40 with improved
Oregons $2.50 generally as were
some Columbia river Clark Seed
lings. There was acute shortage of
asparagus bere. Columbia river
offerings have been greatly cur
tailed by the high water and cool
weather. Sales up to $2 pyramid
NEW YORK, Jane . (AP)
Financial trading continued
brisk today, especially on the
stock exchange where shares
stumbled into Selling after an
early advance and then firmed
again. Speculative bonds had a
good run-up. Wheat had small
declines and cotton sagged. Vol
ume totaled 6,205,969 shares.
Santa Fe's senior stock closed
11 points lower and the common
softened 4. New York Central,
Southern Pacific and Union Pa
cific yielded 1 to ,2. Western
Union and Postal Telegraph pre
ferred again raced ahead of the
market, the former advancing 4
net and the latter nearly 9.
U. S. Steel reached a new high
for the year at 54 but closed
unchanged. National Steel ad
vanced on reports that the divi
dend might soon be Increased,
while Republic, Youngstown and
Vanadium made progress. Allied
Chemical lost 3 and Case 2. Coca
Cola, Safeway and General Rail
way Signal added a couple of
points or so. Rubbers were high
er in expectation of tire price ad
WZDEESDAY, Jobs 7.
QW FOXTIirD (80 a.
7:00 Organ concert, WBC.
7:30 Organ eoaccrt. NBC.
T:SO RAytkm Hamblen, NBC.
8:00 Beaald Back, pisniit.
:1S Jsek ud Fttir, NBC.
9:15 K, D. Moyles Co.
t:(0 Cooking scbmL
1:00 Sank Kreiadler, NBO.
10:30 W .man's Marsalas et tae Ala
i:0O Al Paaree aae His Oaag, NBO.
(SO Tria4Iy caat
4:00 Pair e Piaaec, NBC.
5:15 Rialte EcIums, NBO.
:(0 Xyrea Niesley. NBC.
:J0 -am Gereoa, Ike Kibitiar.
f :00 Aaiae 'a' Aady. NBC.
t :1S Al Mitchell's erckeetie. NBC.
:1S Adveatnrea ( Sherlock Bournes.
(:5 Coarsd TUbsalt aa. Graft's er-
" ekestrs, NBC.
t:S$ Ceneert la Bhytka, NBC.
10:19 Aaoa Weeks' orchestra, NBC
11:00 Pail Harris' ereksstra. NBC.
1190 Jhn Tart's orchestra, (TW te
rone roKTXAjrD 940 x.
:0 KOCT Week.
8:00 Viaeeat Tfaver'a orchestra, CBS.
9:00 kUria, Little Freaek Friaeess,
:15 eorce HeU'e orchestra. CBS.
9:45 Raesiaa errhastra, CBS.
10:00 Aaa Lral at the ergaa, CBS.
U:15 Rose City trie aad Harry Biggs.
12:0 Jsek Brseks. CBS,
9:00 Festiaine Fancies, BLBg.
8:00 Sperts authority, CBS.
:4S Light Opera Gems, CBS.
A Practical Woman
LABISH LETTUCE FIGHTS SEATTLE
WHEAT UNDERGOES LIGHT SETBACK
Price Reduced, Lower
PORTLAND. June C (AP)
There was some active competi
tion between Labish producers
and Seattle peddlers of lettuce to
day on the East Side Farmers'
Wbolesale market. The Seattle
distributors were not allowed in
tha market but stationed them
selves outside the doors and con
ducted their business without pay
ing either a state or city license
or a market fee. Labish threw
quite a scare Into the Seattleitea
by dropping the price immediate
ly to 75c a crate and Indicated
that even a lower value would be
named if the peddlers from the
north desired it.
Lettuce market was naturally
weaker as a result of the contro
versy, ranging from 75e to 90c
with a few $1 crate. The trade
bere was demanding that -the city
collect a license from the ped
dlers. Fancy quality new carrots were
offered from The Dalles for the
first time this season. Priced
around 40c doxen bunches.
PORTLAND. Ore.. June 8. ( AP)
Produce exchange. Bet prices Batter,
extras 22c, standards 21 ,c, prima firts
2mc. firsts 20 He. Egg fresh E
tras lSe, fresh mediums 17c.
Jely 60 ?
Deeember 65 H
Caah wheat No
60 60 H
1 Big Bend blue-
stem 67 He; dark bare winter 12 per
cea oe, 11 per cent 6-c; soft white,
hard wiated 60c; northern spring west
ern white, western red 57 He.
Oats No. 8 whit (21.50.
Cora No. 2E yellow (21.50.
Millrun Standard (IS.
Portland Produce 1
PORTLAND. Ore, June . (AP)
Butter Prints, extras .4c, standards
23 H e.
Bntterfat Portland delirery. A grade
21-22o pound, farmers' door delirery 21
22e poand; sweet cream 5e higher.
ECCS Pacific poultry produc-rs'
sellmc price: Jumbos, 10c, extras ISc,
mixed colors 17c, medium ITc dozen.
Baying price of wholenalers : Fresh cur
rent receipt 66 pounds and up 12-14c.
Cheese 2 score Oregon tripleta
ISc; loaf lie pounds. Broken will pay
lc below quotations.
Milk Contract price 4 pr cent,
Portland deiirery (1.70 Cwt; B grade
cream 37 He pound.
Country meats Selling price to re
tailers: County killed liora, best butch
ers, ander 150 pounds. 6H-7c; Tellers
70 to 100 pounds, 7H"8c; spring lambs
12-12 He; yearlings 2-4c; heary ewes
8H-3e; eanner cow 5 c; bulls 5H-6e
(obair Nominal buying price: 1933
clip 12c pound.
Cascsra bark Baying price: 1933
peel 4e pound.
Heps Nominal. 1933. 70-75 pound.
Lira poultry Portland deiirery: bay
ing prices: Heary hens, colored, 4j
pounds 13c: do mediama 12c; Hghts lie
springs, tight 1H poand- ap 12c; colored
springs 15c. Root ten 6 pound. Daeke.
Pekina, broilers 15e poand: old ducks
Pekins 1012c, do colored 10c pound.
Onions Selling price to retailers:
Oregon (1-1.25 cental.
New onions California Bermudas
(1.60-1.75 per 50 pound erste. California
40e per lng, new red 2e pound.
Potatoes Local (1.15-1.35; Des
chntes Gems (1.60; do bakers, (1.75;
Yakima Gems (1.50.
New potatoes California Garnets
(H-(e pound; white 2e pound.
Strawberries Sacramento 24s (2
2.25; Oregon (2.25 2.50; Clark seed ling
(2. SO crate.
Wool 193S clip, nominal. Willam
ette valley 2l-23e poand; eastern Oregon
17-20e; southern Idaho lS-20c ponad.
,,H-r " Baying price from producers:
Alfalfa No. 1 (15. No. 3 (14: clorer (13.
eaatera Oregon timothy (16, oats a ad
PORTLAND. Ore, Jaae . (AP
Cettls Receipts 150. calves 15; steady.
Steers, good, $6-6.75. common and mo
diusa (3.75-6.25. Heifers, good (5.25
dealer, rood (6-6.76. Calres, good
Hoga BtecaipU 150; steady
Good 140 to 200 pounds (5-5.75; 300
ie 250 ponnds (5.35 5.75; orer 350
pound (S-S.75. Sows, good (4-4.75. me
diaaa (3J.0-4. Pigs, good (1.75-4.73.
Sheep Boeeipta 100; abo-4 steady.
Lambs, good sad ekoiee (4.25-6.75. me
dium (4 6.25. Wethers (2 4.75. Ewee St
3.50. T:15 Uttla Jack Little, CBS.
:0O Eddie Duehin'a errherra, CBS.
:00 Tod Fio-Rite'a archestrs. DLBS.
10:00 Archie LoTeland's band, KOIN
10:00 Johnaie Walker' "Isie of Gold
en Dreams," KOIN to CB8.
11:00 Johnny oh ia son's Jaattea
Beach orchestra, te CDLBS.
KOAO OOBVAL LIS 66 Xa.
4:0 Masieal Eye Oponera.
7: on Maraiag modi. stia. Ud by Bev.
Paal P. Petticerd.
0:00 Home economics obserrer.
11:00 Better health aad laager Hie.
l(:0O Pwrm beer.
3:30 Dt. Hcariotu Hon-, "Tage
Ublee Ciaderellas of the Kitch
en." 3:30 Songs from the islands.
S:0O Dr. W. L. Powwa, "Boeoat De
Telepmeats ia Fertiliser Prac
tice." 8:(0 Bdaa Ed -ards, piaaiat, sad Carl
Grade B raw 4 . aaltk,
co-op pool price, f 1M per
(hUlk ease- e
Distributor price f 1.70
Butterfat Top 20-21c,
Prints 24 K, cnbea 23H.
frlees paid te gn iwere ey lalea harm
(The price bete, sepphed ay a laaal
poeer. see iadieaur f ta dairy surfcet
sal are rnara bum- by Tba gleusss)
PBOTT AJTO VXOZTAAL a
String beani, lb, wb, " .1 J
Artichokes, dot' .7
Atpartgni, local, dot. .SO
Cabbmgo, lb. .03
Grees paitpera. CaliL. Uw J
PV Cah.'.. lb. 04
Onions, doi. boocbrt as
Fetstoet, Yakiaa No. S l.t5
"' , 1.00 te 1.2S
sbaita, wbuet 9 Art
Saract potatoos. crate
Oaioas. Labish. tw
Rhubarb, local .
Celery. Caiif crate
Ne towns, taaey
2.25 to 2.7S
I sac 7
.8.00 lo 4.00
Beeta Calif dot
TurniD locl iu
Sptaaeb, local, crate
Baaaaaa. lb. on stock
Celery hearts, dot.
.80 to 1.30
. .20 te .10
Old rai.r. .
Colored hens .
.13 to .15
.04 H to
.02 H to
-02 H to
Dressed Teal, top
ortarw asm kit
Whst, western red .65
White. No. 1 .65
Barley, top, tea IS. 00 to 20.00
Oats, ton 20.00 te 25.00
Hay. buying piieaa
Oats and retch, ton 18.00
Alfalfa, Taller 1st cut .19.G0
Eastern Oregon 20.00
Clorer hay 18.00
Greea. Ib. .
Dry, lb. -
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright. 1933. Standard Statistics Co.)
KB's Ufa Tntai
Tear ago ..
3 years ago
12K.0 258.6 ISA. 8
41.6 10.5 80.4
23o 61.5 43.9
39.8 111.0 73 9
13.2 51.8 35.0
Iw 1934 .
Low 1932 3J.1
( years ago
New 1933 high
30-30s are Gone
PORTLAND. June f (AP)
A slight revision upward of Ore
gon aad Clark coanty prune crop
estimates, was apparent In trade
talk here today. The latest Ideas
for the two sections Is a toUl
yield of between 29 and SO mil
Little business was reported In
Oregon prunes during the week
although there was a quarter-cent
rise on what Is believed to be
about the last of the J0-Js. This
practically leaves only 2$-35s un
sold, and the volume ot these la
Latest Quotations were: 2 5-3 5 a.
fi cents; 39-40s, 44 cents.
TAKES OVER 8TAXD
HUBBARD, June . Harold
LeDue will have charge of the
laach counter at Mid-ay berry
farm, formerly ma by afr. and
Mrs. JDrlle Boje. Mr. and lira.
Boje will continue to run their
fruit and vegetable stand.
In I U
Crop to be Shriveled,
CHICAGO. June S fAP.-
spondlng to forecasts of cooler
weather, wheat prices ander not
something of a setback late to-
The downturn of values csune
after -values earlier bad averaced
higher. Influenced by the faet this
was the fourth successive day hi
scorching temperatures southweet
and west, with the mercary la
some eases breaking the top rec
ord. Crop experts expressed belief
that shriveled and llght-welgbt
wheat would constitute a larg
part of the 1933 harvest.
Wheat closed nervous.
under yesterday's finish, corn H
Ti down, oats advanced.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: July, 73-73 H; Sept..
Corn: July, 4 4H-U: Sept.. 4-7i-t7:
Oats:, July, 25; Sept., 25.-2;
Dec., 27 H.
EXPORT OF BRINE
Franc and Italy will produce
cherries sufficient for the brine
demand this year, and as a result
exporters expect little busineae
from th United States, accord
ing to wire received by the feder
al agriculture bureau from Agri
cultural Attache N. I. Nielsen et
Marseilles. The message fallows:
"Cherries, fresh, total produc
tion this year expected to be lar
ter than last year in Italy, but ir
France total production this yeai
expected to be about equal to last
year. Quantity of cherries to be
placed in brine in Italy probablj
slightly above last year, hut In
France a llttle'less. with total fer
two countries about same as 1132.
This quantity of brined cherrie
sufficient for demand, and export
ers again expect little buataeu
from the United SUtes.
"Present quotations, cost, in
surance, and freight. New York
In cents per pound new cror
French cherries in brine, first
quality, stemmed and pitted. 18
to 22 millimeters .5c. New crop
Italian cherries In brine Prim,
whole, stemmed and pitted 18-20
millimeters 8.4e." ,
GRAND CHAPLAIX HONORED
DAYTON. June 6 L. A. Ross
ner of Dayton, grand chaplain of
the Odd Fellows of Oregon was
honored with a surprise at the
Odd Fellows hall here Wednes
day. Eighty members were pres
ent including Dr. J. H. Nelson or
McMinnville. grand treasurer; E.
J. Pratt ot McMinnville. grand
high priest: SIg Harris of Ger
vais, grand junior warden who
: -"-,:, :.: k--
j ,-.t . r.
To aea tba very latest la f eminlae
faabioms visit m race track. Hrna is
Mrs. Harold E. Talbo, noted
cicty seao-r, pKtnraa as
Park. N. T i - arwt- ,
corrtpcaed of a wbita gkvilk i
trimmed rttb -nnlV- Aa- u
with grlc-es, scarf and hat bead
By CUFF STERRETT