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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning. Jane 9, 1933
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Cards iu Urns dtroctory rw a
monthly basis ouljr. Rats:
11.00 per Una per month.
41k Paaek, the beak sad shimmy
octo. 275 South CommoRjal Stroet
Telephone 44S0. R. E. Notthnesa.
DR. CX I SCOTT. PHC, Chiropractor.
356 N. Hhrh. TeL Re. IS7I.
Exp. dressmaking- In your boms.
ti.j Jay. Copy pictures. Tot 7884.
CUT flowers, weddlnji bouquets tun
ral wreaths, decorations. C. P. Brett
haupt. florist. 677 Court. TeL 6304.
ALL, kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
ist. It til A Market TeL 9433.
Auto and window class mirrors. TeL
0108. Walter J. Downs, 880 Breya.
BECKS A HENDRICKS
183 N. High Tel. 494T
COFFKY-SM1TH. gen. Ins. TeL 8612.
THB NEW SALEM LAUNDRT
THE WEIUER LAUNDRY
U High - TeL 9lti
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 3165 1264 Broadway
Sharpened, repaired and traded.
HAKRYW. SCOTT, "The Cycle Man"
Mattresses from factory to home.
Spring mattress J 8.00. Renovators and
f umfctatora Hugs cleaned. Capital Bed
dlng Co. Tel. 406a. 8030 N. Capttol
New mattress mads to order, old
remade ; carpet cleaning, sizing ; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag & Mat
tress Factory, a 13th Wilbur. TeL
441. Otto F. Zwlcker. Est. I91L,
GEO. C WILL, Pianos, radios, sew
ing machines, sheet muslo and piano
studies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 432 Stale Street.
Dr. Cas Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10:30 a,m.
to 4 :30 p. m. 148 N. Commercial
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint A Roofing. 474 Ferry.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, 216 S. CommerclaL . Tele
BECKB A HENDRICKS, TeL 494T.
W. H. URABENHORST A CO.
H4 a Liberty St. TeL 4l.
80C0L0FSKY A SON
104-6 First Nat L Bk. Bldg. TeL T80T.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sals, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fascy and
plain, hop baskets, hooks, logan books.
Salem Fence sod Stove Works, 262
Chemeketa. TeL 47 T4. R a Fleming.
CAPITAL CITY Traasfer Co. 224
State St. TeL 7771. Dlsulbutlng, for
warding and storage eur specialty
Get our rates. :
rOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 21IL Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland dally.
TYPEWRITERS Adding Men. sold,
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke A Short. 61 Court. TeL 6664.
R. A. West, 30 years experience.
RTO . Bon 103 IS. TeL 110F6
Last Rites Are Said
For Mrs. Lichte, 77,
WOODBURN, June 8. Fu
neral services lor Mrs. Elizabeth
Lichte, 77. well - known resident
of Woodburn, who died Monday,
were held from the Christian
church Wednesday afternoon;
Rev. Dubersul officiating. Music
was by the Lutheran church quar
tet. Mrs. Lichte was born In Swit
zerland. May 14, 1856. and came
to America with her parents when
eight years old. She was married
In Illinois to Henry Lichte, who
died 15 years ago. They came to
Oregon 20 years ago, living near
Mt. Angel for several years. She
has lived In Woodburn the past
S arriving are two sons and
three daughters, William and
Frederick of Woodburn, Mrs.
Rose Gibbons and Mrs. Dorothea
Gibbons ot Woodburn, and Mrs.
Margaret Miller ot Portland. One
on. Joe. was killed In an aute-
kaoblle accident several years' ago.
Services were in charge of the
Hall mortuary, with Interment In
pelle Fassl cemetery.
Single Insertion per uce.lve
Three Insettloas per
Six Insertion par lias., lie
Dwm monta. per Bm...v
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no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear In Advertisements psb
ilshed in its columns, and
la cases where this paper Is
at fault will reprint that
part ot an advertisement la
which the) typographical
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the right to reject objee
ttanal advertising. It far
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WOMEN Interested In earning mon
ey sewing, write for details, p. o. Box
1478, Cincinnati. Ohio.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
i....,..l.lVlVfL j.n ii-inrinf fwwwn.
Fresh cniba now at Fldler's stand.
Intersection Sllverton-Portland road.
TOlr-t r! rn I MwitMAftn. Ta
Prices that satisfy. D. C Wahlberg.
Tel. 3504. lunch hour.
Kitchen range, Rt. 1, Box 265, 63F15.
1 flat top office desk, 1 roll top of
fice desk, filing cabluet, S office
chairs, typewriter, law books. Mrs. W.
S. Levens, 1145 N. Hth.
Reelfaned white wliiter wheat. Tel.
7F33, R. J. lUckett, Wallace Rd. Box
1 wood range, -heater, kitchen cab
inet, beds, springs and mattress for
sale or trade at 2095 X. Com'L
; WANTED Miscellaneous
We pick up dead or worthless horses,
cows, sheep, free of charge. Tel. 4869.
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. w - buii n nx L.
hats, and shoes In good condition. High
est prices paid. Star Exchange, IH H.
Commercial St Phone 5948.
Best hair cut Adults 20c, child., 16a.
Two Mocks R of library. R Winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Modern room, garage, sip. porch,
1S7T Court St. Tel. 4S57.
ROOM AND BOARD
assJeBsaessssieaWs eje j s un. is" - i-- rjjXJSff
Board and room for ladles. Close
In. TeL 5678. 63 Court St.
ajsssjs,sesWtsW j u r-r-i r-Lr J-Lr-vvyvJr,-rr-)r
B. and R, near P. O. $20. TeL 5482.
Room, board, nrlvatn hum. 177 S
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Fur. 2 a apt, 2261 HaieL TeL
Duplex apt., uofurn. 921 K. Wiater.
Well furnished 3 room anartment.
Garage. Adulta 476 N. CapitoL
a -w a wsa a. ua mu va aai iMtcrtkba
private bath, very nice, 1064 Oak SC
' Clean, neatly furnished apt., private
bath. 646 Court St. TeL 6762.
Nice furn. apt., 690 Vnlon.
Apts. $10 aiid up. 58 Center.
3 R. and bath, 263 N. Cottage.
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Gentlemen, clean, 2-room. 255 Center.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unfurn. housea R. A.
Forkner. 1616 N Cottage. TeL 2031.
3r. bungalow, furn. 1218 Chemeketa.
House, , also apta, 256 Division.
Small bouse partly furn. 2130 Lee.
Modern 7 room No. Cap. TeL 3516.
-I -i- - -i i-, n wwri ri ri ri .n nru. "jnu i.n.i i ju
2 R. house and bath, partly furnish
ed, 311.00 per mo. IncL water. 925 N.
FOR RENT 6-room modern house,
118.60 per month. TeL 6810.
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Tljree room furnished house, garage.
385 Hood St. Phone 5636.
FOR SALE Real Estate
SNAP: 6 acres all plow land, well
located, has three room house, chicken
house, garage and woodshed. Price
$1500. $50 cash, bat. $15 per mo. A
SEE W. H. GRABENHORST at CO.
134 South Liberty Street
THIS. HOME PRICED TO SELL
Late built modern six room home.
tile construction, paved st, N. front,
full cement basement, furnace, fire
place. Price 62600. $100 down, baL $35
per mo. ITS A BAROAIN. SEE
W. H. GRABENHORST 4 CO.
134 South Liberty Street
Good semi-modern 7 -room plastered
residence, basement, fireplace, plumb
ing, on two big lots covered with nut,
cherry and ornamental trees and roses,
grape 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
Owner. 765 Rural Ave. Phone 6854.
Don't build until you see the two
fine lots all In cherries, pears and ap
ples, full bearing, one block south of
Leslie Junior high school, nice view,
level lots. 66x130 each. 8ell one or
both cheap, easy payments. Owner, 76S
Rural Avenue, phone 6851.
$8400 Home For $3800
T room modern home, best of con
struction. Only 6 blocks from state
house, north. Small payment will han
dle. CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtors .
344 State Street Phone 670$
HOME AND AN INCOME
Close In property on large corner
lot 71x100 ft, 6 apartments partly
furnished, Owner wishes to leave and
offers a real sacrifice at price of
$3000, part terms
CHILDS A MILLER. Realtors
144 State Street Phone 4706.
Reasonable 1 house at 469 Locust:
1 at 1690 N. Cottage, 1 at 2155 Myr
tle, n. i, box Z27, saiem, ore.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Strictly modern S room bungalow,
close In. Nearly new. A very choice
home at only $3000.00, all furnished.
5 Acres with modern 6 room bun
galow near Salem. Price only $3800.00.
60 Acre located north of Salem. aTl
fenced and cultivated. Good Hop land.
Bargain at $2500.00. Terms.
J. F. ULRICH CO.
Phone 8672 326 State Street
Home bargains Neat 4 room house,
garage, for only $400.00.
5 room modern house, modern ex
cept basement for only $1200.00.
6 room delightful modern home, gar
age, large lot, price $3600.00, terms.
Close in 3 apartment house, a real
snap for only $5000.00, will take small
Mt lvin Johnson or W. M. Pennington
275 State Street
FOR SALE. LEASE OR WILL
liUlLJi TO SUIT
Choice corner suburban property.
Ideal for store and station. Priced rea
sonable. CHILDS at MILLER, Realtors
341 State Street Phone 6708
EXCHANGE Real Estate
$700 first mortgage covering 40
Iota ' lanJ t0 xcnn" tar cit?
Oregon Bldg. TeL 8902.
FOR SALE FARMS
" FOR SALE 7-1 0 acre with 6-room
house, just Inside city llmlta Some
irult, nuts, all in garden. Three blocks
from school. 2175 Broadway. R. O
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SS-A. Most all in cultivation. (East
So-",'' 4"R- ho"s. hi, good road.
tltOO. Give terms.
DANDY SUBURBAN HOME
Mce 6-R. plastered house, basement
furnace, bath, toilet. Electric lights
and water system. Fine well. 16-Uree
bearing cherries and walnuts. Close in
on paved road. Price cut to $3400. Give
good terms. Better hurry.
JAS. U SEARS. REALTOR
132 South High Street
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANT TO BUY NOW
From 20 to 40 arres north, must be
reasonable priced. Have $500 to pay
down, call at room 202, Oregon Bldg
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Wood, all kinds, call 4SF14, Smith
FOR SALE Jersey heifer. 3 yr.
Fresh soon. Byron Ruddell, R, 1. In
ilependence. N. of Kent! hall
MONEY TO LOAN
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
la really really different
YOU GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
6A7AO fJV It) 93(1(1
Room 119 New Bligh Bldg. 2nd Floor
518 State Street TeL 8-7-4-0
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, PERSONAL LOANS
If A Tim An 4ile-....
ninthly." When 111 ne'see
jgrat National Bank BISfc Pbone ISSt
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
oiAic iAN COMPANY
2 Oregon Building. 2nd Floor
Office hrs. 1 0:0 A. M. to 6:30 P. M.
Telenhone 77t o.,.. 7T
gjg " - iinun o.
Bol 1UW An nmrmnr m 1 r w. n A .
lHmiIlln,y Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO State Ho. S-169. 60s
uuwoaa uiug. xej, J5T7.
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
Ton keep the car
P. A. EIKKR
Cor. Uberty 8L and Ferry
ons 4733 Salsm. Ore
Private monev to innn nn mnA Mi
estate security. Abrams and Ellis Inc..
FOR SALE WOOD
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iiiin i Mi.ii.ri,i
TeL EAOS RiImi BS,.i rr m .
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Ash. fir and oak. TsL K14S
wry wooa $4 cord. TeL 6459.
16" dl-V Ol.ll. Vnnil ln.il ICA-r,
old fir $2.50 load and dry planer wood,
$2.60 load. Prompt delivery. At Tra
cy's. Tel. 898.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND Keys on ring. Tel. 3064.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKAT'S USED CARS
WITH AN O. IC THAT COUNTS
1926 Stude Coupe a dandy 4126.00
1929 Wlllys-Knlght Coupe 250.00
1929 Pont lac Sedan 295 00
1931 Ford Pickup 295 00
1929 Nash Sedan . 825 00
1932 Chevrolet DeLuxe Coupe 575.00
1932 Plymouth Sedan 645.00
1929 Chevrolet Panel Truck 325.00
1929 Chevrolet Truck 195 00
Open Evenings and Sundays
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
331 Center Phone 2189 430 N. Comt
POLLY AND HER
POOR, R WOULD GET
Drr wood, nil Und, Tol 4iii
DryoakT'efL,' V.00?n TeL 8708
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IN TROUBLE THE very
FIRST TIME HE
TAKES HIS NEW
FOR SALE USED CARS
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Several light cars. Will pay cash.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
. . PRICED TRANSPORTATION
1937 Oldsraobiieoaeh. Priced
.... t? eU - 5.06
J2:! Sf Sport CouP "5-Oe"
1926 Oakland Coupe. "Real
F"r- "P -0e
Model T Ford Coupe . IT 56
Dodge Screen Delivery. "Good
condition." , 85 00
!!H 9.h"v- T- Dump body 115.tl6
1927 Overland Coach 60
Can handle good milk, cow In trade.
210 N. Liberty Tel. 2688.
tkdat, run 9
KOW rOgTUUTD 620 Ko
7:00 U. S. Nsry b.nd, NBC.
8:30 CroMCDti, NBC.
:S0 Ooekiag school.
10:00 Arion trio, NBC.
10:30 Woman's Magnine of tke Air,
11:45 Five Csrd. NBC.
12:15 Waitern Farm and Hone hour.
12:45 O. M. Plummer.
8:00 The RolUckera, NBC.
8:20 Friendly chat.
4:30 Little Orphan Annie. NEC.
4 :45 Mahdi, the magician.
5:00 Echoes of the Palisades, NBC.
6:30 Firat Nighter, NBC.
7:00 Amot 'a' Andv, NBC.
7:15 Soloirt. NBC.
:15 Charlea Hart, NBC.
9:45 Paul Carson, NBC.
10:15 Anaoa Week's orchestra, NBC.
11:00 Phil Harrii' orcheatra, NBC.
11:30 Gus Arnheim's orcheatra, NBC.
KOIN PORTLAND 940 Kc.
6.30 KOIN" 1 Klock.
8:00 Billy Hay's orcheatra. CBS.
8:30 Concert Miniatures, CBS.
8:00 Marie, Little French l'riucest,
9:15 Ania Aita, CBS.
10:00 Commander Graham, CBS.
11:15 Alex Semler, pianiit, CBS.
11:30 Harrisbnrg Variety ahow, CBS.
12:15 Harry Biggs and Rose city trio.
12:30 U. S. Army band, CBS.
3:00 Feminine Fancies. DLBS.
5:00 Dick Aurandt, DLBS.
6:15 Modern male chorua, CE8.
5:30 K.lwin C. Hill, "Inside Story,"
6:00 Lo HolU-Grace Moore, Hayton's
6:5 Freddie Rich end Columbiana,
8:00 Groric Hall's orchestra, CBS.
8:30 Joe Hayme's orchestra. CBS.
9:00 t!ug Arnheim'g orchestra. CBS.
9:30 Conquerors of the 8kT, DLBS.
10:00 The Cavaliera, DLBS. '
10:15 Sport flashea. Gene Baker.
11:30 Johnny Robinaon's Jantien Bi-aeh
KOAC COBVALLIS 550 Ko.
6:30 Musical F.ye Openert.
6:45 Farm market reporta.
7:00 Morning meditations, led by Rev.
7:30 Sranning the headlines.
9:15 Music appreciation, Byron Arn
old. 10:15 Organ melodies.
11:00 Better health ana longer life.
12:20 Prof. A G. B. Bosquet, "What
to Do in the Garden."
8:30 Band concert.
3:30 Farm honr.
8:30 Dr. W. B. Anderton. "Interesting
Objects in the Sky."
8:45 Byron d Arnold.
RACK FROM IDAHO
SCOTTS MILLS, June 8. Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Blelenberg and
family returned home Sunday
from Idaho, where they visited
Mr. Bielenberg's lather and other
relatives for two weeks.
LABISII CENTER. June 8
Farmers who have alfalfa here
have been cutting It this week
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Two scenes from the graduation exercises tt the U. S. Naval Academy
at Annapolis. At left President Roosevelt is shown presenting diplomas
to members of the graduating class, while at right Midshipman Maurice
Brown, of North Dakota, receives warm congratulations from Miss
If arion Miller, of Annapolis, his fiancee.
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10 SETS OF EGG
PORTLAND, June 8 (AP)
There appeared two sets ot egg
prices locally although they were
not being openly quoted. Hot
weather quality from the interior
were helling 1 to 2c below prices
established for western Oregon
egs by the local co-ops. Much
ot the Idaho stock was In the for
There was no open change in
the price for the day. That the
organization was maintaining
prices and selling an increased
volume despite the lowering ol
quotations by others was announc
ed by Manager Reed of the co
ops. Receipts were slowly decreas
ing and a big loss in supply was
due to be shown within the next
10 days. The market was ex
pected to be more or less erratic
on account of the weather. Qual
ity eggs usually were firmly
priced when hot weather eggs
from the interior show a saggy
There was no change In butter
prices whether for cubes or
prints on the open market for the
day. On the produce exchange
the cube trade was fully main
tained. Buttertat holds steady.
PORTLAND, Juna 8 (AP)
Market for live chickens was a
trifl slow for light weight hens
and for broilers but heavy hens
continued steady. Turkeys were
in call for dressed hens.
First loganberries and raspber
ries of the season were offered
from Sacramento at $2 crate of
15 baskets. First Youngberrles
were also received.
Strawberries were held firm at
$2.25-2.40 generally for Gold
Dollars and $2.50 for New Ore
gons. Some of the latter were
1 to 2 Inches in width and
brought an extra quarter. Call
fornlan around $1.75 crate.
With a number of carloads of
California pees still hanging
around here on consignment, the
local trade was demoralized with
an increasing supply of local and
The Dalles offerings, selling as
low as 2c for the latter.
Country killed calf market re
mains firm. Lambs were In fully
as good call as supply while hogs
were about steady. There was a
good call for beef.
CELEBRATE SCHOOL'S CLOSE
MONMOUTH, June 8. Chil
dren of the training school have
been celebrating the close of
school with class picnics at Hel
mick park and other places of
outdoor. Interest. The seventh
grade with their teachers Mrs. J.
A. Cox and six of the mothers:
Mrs. J. Cobb, Mrs. L. E. Forbes,
Mrs. R. S. Johnson, Mrs. II. D.
Ross, Mrs. A. H. Craven and Mrs.
Velma Smith enjoyed & big day
Thursday afternoon, swimming
and games completing the fan
fare of Jolly events.
OF U. S. MIDDIES
AT 12.1, Still
The Lesser Evil
LABISH GROWERS WAGE HOT FIGHT
GRAIN TRADE AWAITS CROP NEWS
Lettuce war Carried to
Seattle Side; Sells
35 to 50c
PORTLAND. June 8 (AP)
The competition between local
growers and Seattle peddlers for
control of lettuce sales in Port
land was becoming spectacular on
the East Side Farmers' Wholesale
market. Late yesterday when the
Seattle distributors were barred
from the market they moved
across the street to a lot owned
by a wholesale house. Thereupon
a prominent Labish grower mov
ed his truck from the Market and
parked directly in front ot the
Seattle truck. Then the war
went on merrily. Lettuce sold
all the way from 35 to 50c crate
there and on the Market mostly
50c tor the day.
Peas were In rather liberal ot
tering today with The Dalles con
tributing large lots ot good qual
ity. Sales were slow, starting at
3c flat and finally dropping as
low as 2 He lb.
Strawberries are in slightly in
creased supply but trading was
slow on account of the weather.
Local stock was priced $2.25-2.50
for the best while California sold
Root vegetables were much the
same as during recent days, the
bulk of the turnips moving 30
35c with a few 40c, beets 30-35c
and carrots 30-40c dozen bunch
es. Rhubarb held much the same
with rather liberal offerings.
Spinach was in supply, dull and
very low priced. Likewise radish
es. Asparagus went to a new high
mark at $2.10 pyramid with the
PORTLAND, Ore. June 8. (AP
Produce ezrhance. et prices Butter,
extras 22c, standards 21 Me, prime firsts
21 He, firsts 20 He. Eras Freih Ex
tras 13c, fresh mediums 17e.
September 62 H
5V 59 Va
December 65 V
Cash wheat No. 1 Big Bead blue
stem 06c; dark hard ninter 13 per rent
67e, 11 per cent 63c: soft white 58Vsc;
hard winter SSc: northern spring, el
ern white, western red 56c.
Oats No. 3 white 122.50.
Corn No. 2 yellow 621.50.
Millrun Standard 119.
PORTLAND. Ore., Jane 8. (API
Batter Prints, extras 21c, standards
Butterfat Portland d!iery. A (rade
21-22o pound, farmers' door delivery 21
22e pound; sweet crests 5c higher.
Ejjrs Pacific poultry prednrers'
sellin; prices, Bohemians, 19c, extras 18c,
mixed colors 17c, mediums ITc doaen.
Hpytnr price of wholesalers: Fresh cur
rent receiyta 56 pounds and up 1213c
Cheese 03 score Orefoa triplets
13c; loef 14c pounds. Broker will pay
le below quotations.
Milk Contract price 4 per cent,
Portland delivery $1.70 cwt; B (rade
cream 37 Ho pound.
Country meats Selliaf price to re
tailers: County killed boss, best butch
ers, tinder 150 pounds, 6Vi-7e; vealers
70 to 100 posnds. 7tt-Bc; tprisf lambs
11-12 He; yeariiaga 2-ec; heavy ewes
2H-3c; canner cows 5-0e; balls 5tt-6e
Mohair Nominal buying price: 1933
clip 12s pound.
Ca tears bark Buying price: 19SS
peel 4o pound.
Hops Nominal, 1033. 70-75e pound.
Live poultry - Portland delivery: bay
ing prices: Heavy hess. colored. 4Vi
pounds 13c; do medium 13e; lights 11c;
sprints, lilht 1H pounds p 11c; colored
spring 13 14e. Koeeters 60 pound. Ducks,
Teklna, broilers 14-lSc pound: oM ducks,
Fekins lOe, de colored 10c pound.
Onions Selling price to retailers:
Oregon 31-1.25 eeataL
New onions California Bermudas
ft. 60-1. 75 per 50 peead crate. California
40 per lug, new red 2c pound.
Potatoes Local 31.15-1. 35; Dee
chutes Oeas 31.60; do bakers, 3175;
Yakima Gems 31-W.
New potateea California Garnets
2 H -2 tie pound; white JHe pound.
Strawberries Oregon 32.2S 2.50;
Clark aeedliag 32.50: Bacrmento Si
Wool 1933 clip, aomisal, Willam
ette ralley 3113c pound; eastera Oregoa
17-20e; southern Idah l-20c pound.
Hay Baying price from producers:
Alfalfa Ne. 1 315. No. 3 814: elerer 313.
eastern Oregoa timothy 816, oat sad
1 Portland Livestock 1
PORTLAND. Ore., June 8. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 100. calres 20; steady.
Steer good, 86-6.75, common and me
dium 93.75-6.25. Heifer, good 95.25
0 15. Vealers, good 96-6.76. Calves, good
Hogs Receipt 400; steady.
Good 140 to 200 pounds 85 5.75; 200
to 250 pouads 95.35-5.75; over 250
pounds 95 5.75. Sows, good 3 4.73. me
dium 33.50 4. Pig, good 33 75-4.75.
Sheep Receipt 600; steady.
Lambs, good and choice $8.25-6.75, me
dian 94 6.23. Wether 31 4.75. Ewe 91-2-50.
The New Zealand government's
project for land settlement to re
lieve poverty has already attract
ed applications for 12,000 small
Grade U raw 4 milk,
cp-op pool price, 11.30 per
S orpins f 1.38.
(Milk based oa Semi monthly
Distributor price f 1.70
Kmttr-rtnt Tai. as oo.
prints 21 H, cubes 22 ?i,
Prices paid to gravers kf Sales barer
(The prices tlo. eun4ite4 e a local
grocer, are Utfecaiive f tk daily surkel
est are ent reswontevd by TV atsteaaiasl
rauir ajtd vegstxasxci
String beaav lb., wh.
Artichokes, doi. .
Asparagus, local, dox.
Qreee sToers. CslA lb.
fess, Calif., ib.
Oaioas. 4os. bunches
Potatoes. Yakima So. 2
-1.00 to 1.25
Sweet potatoes, crate
Onions, Labish. cwt.
Celery. Calif . H crate
Extra Casey ,
Beets. Cslif. dox.
.23 to 2.75
8.00 to 4 00
Turnips, locsl. dor.
Spinach, local, crste .25 to
Banann. Ib. on tock
Celery brarts. dos.
.60 to 1 30
.20 to 30
.03 to .01
Csntalotfpe. crate .
19 12. IS
Bay log Price
0:d rooster .
Colored hens .
Broilers .13 to .15
I. a tubs, top
.04 H to
.02 H to
.02 H to
eal, top .
GSALH AND HAT
Wheat, western red .63
White, No. 1 .05
Barley, top, ton 1 00 to 20.00
Oats, ton 20.00 to 35.00
Hay bayinjt D rises
Oat and Tetch. ton 16.00
Alfalfa. Talley 1st cut 17.00
Clover hsy ...
Medium . .
Dry. Ib. .
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1933. Standard Statistic Co.)
50 20 -0 90
!ai'l liR't t't's Toti
Todsy g5.3 43.3102.6 81.9
Prerious day 34.3 43.7 102.1 81.1
Week ago 81.5 43.8 90.9 77.S
Tear ago 86.6 14.1 54 5 36.8
3 years ago 177.5 121.2 253.0 162.9
High 1933 65.3 44.6 102.6 81.9
Low 1933 42.3 23.5 61.5 43.9
High 1932 72.3 39.8 111.0 78.9
Low 1932 85.1 13.2 51.8 85.0
'New 1933 high.
20 20 20 60
73.3 76.3 84.6 78.0
73.4 76.3 84.4 76.1
71.8 74.9 82.4 76.8
55.8 54.4 74.4 61.8
94.1 107.1 99.7 100.3
73.4 76.6 85.2 781.
58.8 57.0 74 1 63.6
71.8 76.0 86.3 78.1
53.3 47.4 70.9 57.S
Week ago ....
8 years ago .
8th Graders to Win
MONMOUTH, June 8. Grad
uation exercises will be held Fri
day afternoon In the training
school auditorium for the follow
ing eighth grade children, who
will be presented their diplomas
by Josiah Wills, county school
superintendent: Alfred Baker,
Bobby Bingman. Willis Cole. Ker
mlth Roth. Wayne Petrie. Donald
Santee, Martha Mae Blair, Mar
gery Chambers. Nada Embree,
Helen Elliott Helen Hutchinson.
Clara Mae Haller, Margaret
Schirman. Ruth Tilton, Walter
McKern and George Mnrdock.
Children chosen to be class
speakers are Kermlt Roth and
Helen Elliott. Activities of the
day will open with a class break
fast served In their honor at the
home of Miss Florence Beardsley,
To utilize surplus sugar, Cze
choslovakia is converting it, mix
ed with bran and other ingredi
ents, into fodder for horses, cat
tle and pigs.
Trade Slackens. Drop
In Prices Results;
CHICAGO, June 8. (AP)
Halting for the United States
government crop report tomorrow
and developments at the world ec
onomic conference Monday, grain
trade slackened today, and prices
Sensational advances in British
exchange failed to act as much of
a stimulus. Trade gossip had it
that a professional element under,
able leadership, was opposing
wheat price advances, but lack of
aggressive buying power rather
than augmented selling charac
terised immediate operations.
Wheat closed weak at virtually
the bottom figures reached, fi-
voder yesterday 's finish, corn
4 down, oats M- off.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat July T3H-4; Sep
tember 75-73 H; December 77-
Corn July 43 Ti : September
464; December 49 H.
Oats July 254: September
26-27;; December Si-4.
STOCKS GO HIGHER
NEW YORK. June 9. (AP)
With the dollar dropping to new
lows before a late rally, stock
market operators for the advance
put considerable leverage under
their favorites todsy and the 90
share closing composite made an
other new hieh.
Amon? mining issues. Alaska
Juneau. Mclhtyre Porcupine. In
ternational Nickel. Dome. Cerxo
de Pasco and Patlno strengthened
1 to 3 points while Homestake
had an extreme rise of 10. which
was later halved. U. S. Smelting
rose nearly 5. Steel stocks moved
up, U. S. Steel and Bethlehem
showing net gains of a point.
Sears Roebuck and Montgomery
Ward were higher, while Ameri
can Telephone, General Motors,
Du Pont. General Electric, Wool
worth, North American and Case
confined their net improvement to
Allied Chemical Jumped about
5. Santa Fe. Deleware & Hudson.
Union Pacific. Pennsylvania and
Baltimore & Ohio were off frac
tions to 2 points: Chicago A
North Western common reduced
a 5 point drop to a point.
Medium and Low
BOSTON. June 8 (AP) A
moderate demand is being receiv
ed on medium and low fleeces,
but th finer grades are draggy.
Strictly combing 56s or 3-8 blood
and -4 8. 50s or 1-1 blood, Ohio
and similar fleeces, bring 32-33
In the grease, while tho shorter
or combing staple of the same
grade bring 28-30 In the grease.
Fine Ohio delaine or strictlv
combing 64s and finer fleeces sell
at 28-30 in the grease with most
sales at 28-29 on a rather narrow
Giving expert opinion oa the sci
ence of aeronautics, Colonel Charles
K. Lindbergh is pictured as be ap
peared before the Hons Military
Affairs Committee which is holding
hearings on the Akron disaster.
Lindy said he favors the continu
n of Iie-htar than air craft.
By CLIFF STERRETT
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