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$L0 per line P-
Mike Pane k, th- brake and abimmy
floctot. 176 South CwnicwnM rw-v
Burt Crery. the caterer. Ph. S753.
TatoPbeao WM K. Kortheen-.
DK. X Ui SCOTT. PUC, Ckirepcaetos.
X.S N. B bra. TsL Rea. SaTt.
CUT flowers, weddli bouquets rua
erai wreaths. decoratuM C Brelt
baupt. fl Ut. 677 Court. TeL 6884.
ALL klads ot floral work. Lata Flor
ist. tih mi m iwi.
Auto and window UM mirrors. TeL
61u. Walter J. iwwoi, ia pref
189 N. Hi
COFFET-S3TTH, pn. tea. TsL S633.
TH NBW SAJLfalM LA UNDRI
TUU tfl- LAU.NUK-
ici a. uub Tel. ill
CAPITA! C1TZ LAUNDKX
lint tn Quality and Service
T.i.onon. 41(6 MM Broaawai
bxiw-d, rapre and traded.
HaKK W. SCO IT. The CrcH ami"
NfrtrvBhea from factory to home.
Coiioa mattress. bt lb. .0. Kenwvat
n.i lumiinturi. Kujcs cleaned. Cap
ltoi Beddins Co. . Tel. 406. 3030 H.
Sew miitueas made to order, old
reiuado i crl clMuiina. aisina i Hull
rua weavtua. tialeoi luit Haa Mair
ums tactory, A ltn WUbur. laL
441. Ot:o t. iirwicker. liac islL
tita C WUJU PUooa, radios, sew
ing tuactiiutes, sheet musie and pUao
siuJita. Hepairln radloa, paonosraphs
ana sewloa axauuiioa til Mate otreet.
Lr. Chan Laxn CUlnase Medicine Ca
Hum iuauay and rlday, 10 ;30 a-m.
to 4:30 p4 m. 146 n. wmawra!.
i hjriia rhan. Chinese Medicine C04
111 H .Com 1. Uaily Sun. Ail
kinds Uerus lor male and female, for
couBtijauon, rheumatism, appencuci
us, colitis, gland, stomach disorders.
1'ALNT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint Roofing. 474 Kerry.
vent UTATlONEHY. cards, painpli-
leu, ptoktrams, books oc any kind at
piiuuug, call The tetaiemnsn PriuUna
Hi. A CouunerclaX Tt4e-
phuiie D10L .
11KCKB A HilNUmCKJj, TeL 4!47.
w w i : RA BEN HORST A CO.
114 . Llbarur tdC Tel. (448.
eniJOLOFSKX a bON
804-5 First Nat l. Bk. Bid. TeL $$0T.
STOVES and steve repairing, Btorea
1 fur aula, i rebuilt and rexireav ah
i kiads of Woven wire fenoe. fancy and
.plain, bop baskets, hooka, logan noc
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 3(2
cuemek.ta. TeL 4774. B. B. Flemlna,
CAP1TALI CiTx Transfer Co. iJ
State 6t TeL 1778. Distributing, for
warding and storage eur specialty.
Get our rates, ,
iron iaci or distant transfer atorage.
eall SlSL iLarmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland daily. - - '
TYPEWRITERS Adding Men. sold
rented, repaired, undentooa Agents.
Cooke A Short 5 If Court TeL 6984.
R. A. ! West, S years experience,
RKD 4, Box 108 SI TeL I10F5.
RICKREALU July 18. The
annual Colorado picnio was held
Sunday in the-Burch grove here
with about SO former residents
of Colorado present. This picnic
Is an annual event and the ones
from the farthest point came
from Oregon City. 'S
Members of the Rlckreall Sun
day school will stags a cleanup' at
Burch's grovo Wednetiday. The
affair will end d with a swim
ming party and picnics la the ev-
pn in I
Mr. and Mrs. Ired Tangha aa-
daughter Laura ant Htxel moved
to Mill l city Sunday where Mr.
.vaughn Is employed by the Ham
mond Limber company.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J.-Dempsey
and family ot Portland spent the
weexena ars visiting ; with Mrs.
I. A. Dempsey. Mrs. A O. Adams
and daughter Jeanne J accompan-
days visit. J
Stable in mtU Mi per lia-JOe
Three InasrtJoasr er
Blx rrnn per Una. .XI
On OSOBlh per line.. 11.01
Minimum charge .. ..SI
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-ao tumaOML -expansibility
for errors which may
pear la advert amenta pah
Ushed la Its eolamaa, and
Jn cases where, tnta -paper Is
st faalt will reprint tnat
part ot a advertrsemsnt In
which the- txpograpalcal
Tne 8Uteamsn reaerres
the. rlxbt to reject objee
tbanal adTertlslnf. It rnr
tber raearrea the rlfht to
claaslfy all adrertlslai un
.der the proper eUaalflca
tios. HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED Salesmen. TeL 41.
I have some axcavatlns and tile to
Oregon BMk. - Tel. I02.
Salesman to aell new and uasd car.
Auto aellios esparlence not absolutely
necessary. A as. In own naaawriunK
and ariva exoerlenca and referencaa In
first letter. Good proposition for rlfht
jnan. Bx 8S. sta teaman.
Washing R. 1, Bx. it, Salem.
Waahlny or other work. 411 Front.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Exp. haircuts. 20o-15c. 1114 X. Com.
Draft beer eaulDmenL H. G. Da
mon, factory representative. 897, N
Dirt for fillmg. Tel. 7370.
Wood stampaee, 4 mi. from Salem.
Box 23S. care Statesman.
Stack cherries, lc, you pick. Rt
Box 2(. Fuller, TeL 126F2.
Small electric range, good as new.
$10. 1940 W. Nob Hill.
Pie cherries large Montmorency.
Order now. Delivery next week. 9 ITS.
Trade 4 cd. 4 ft? large oak and 1 T.
oat hay for good milk cow. R. 4, Bx.
Wanted piano for cash. TeL 5707,
Wanted small cooling case and
mmii. Must oe cneap. n. m. jarora.
538 S. Baker, McMlnnville, Ore.
Address Box 244,
also single harness,
Wanted to buy good fresh milk cow.
Guernsey preferred. Address Box 243,
Typing students keep In practice
spl. for summer, S mo a for $a. Thos.
Roen, 420 Court
Mr. Lane of Seattle, Wn.. expert
hair cutter, now located 301 & Win
ter. Prices the same. Adults 20c, chil
Ws pick up dead, worthless horses.
cows, sheep. TeL 48.
WANTED: Names men women, 18-
5t), wishing post-depression govern
ment loba steady, start S105.00-117&,
month, sample coacntng ana particu
lars FREE. Apply today. Box 1278 S,
FOR RENT ROOMS
Modern room, garage.
15-77 Court St 'Tel. 4857.
ROOM AND BOARD
R-B.. $20 and $25. (45 Marion.
Board, na, $20. Near P. O. 6482.
Snlceapta $12 and $25. 1580 Center,
'Ants., rooms, garage house.
nicely furn. TeL 76S4. 22(1 HaxeL
1 R. furn. apt, frigid., 1209 Court
Attractive 5 R. spt Heat first floor,
1411 Court v
Mod. 8 room flatNeatly furn. front
and back entrance. Elee. washer. wt
N. Fifth St
Furn. apta, $10-$ 15. 191 S. Church.
Close In apt and. sleeping
nicely furn. 658 Center
FOR RENT HOUSES
Fnrn. and nnfurn. houses. B. A.
I rorkner. 181$ N. Cottage. TeL (lit
For rent 7 room house.
CadwelL Statesman office. .
Dealrable house. wanU desirable
renter. Phone owner (37.
Modern (-room bouse, gas or elec
tricity, 1(T a Church.
S rm. furn, bouse, 92 MTU St.
Modern bouse. Inquire 159$ Court.
Modern furnished and unfurnished
MELVIN JOHNSON, 171 StW Street
S r. mod. cottage, with garage. Close
la. Adults. TeL 8991. -
furnished, unfurnished houses. H. P.
Grant, 1129 N.'ISth St. Ph. ($8$.
s -room . mod. home, N. 17th - mt
$1 (.60. TeL 729T.
WANTED TO RENT
Wanted to rent farm on crop para
abdut 26 acres clear bottom land. H.
K. Bice, Rt 4. Box T4 C.
FOR SALE Real EstaU
l $16 down. Damon, 88T N. QomX
TOR SALE Real Estatt
wmm iiisuie I must let ao. Can't help
It. Our modern bacne. Oak floors, built.
Ins, stucco, corner. tiaTe (. ia
It. Now tit!.. Only aown.
Bal. less than rent, box I4i, states
Flye room buwralow. two lots, good
concrete basement, furnace, nouse ra
very good condttlon. will seu ai ai.wv.
asy terms. .
4S arms nortn or saiem. au m culti
vation, rood Improvements,- family
fruit. A very STooa our at ssavv. nui
Fiva room bunralow. rood lot. ave
street.- located; near North Capitol
street. Price IIlt. down, ten nox
lars uer month. If you have any trou
ble buying-, selling or trading, anytnlng
yon have for something yon want, tell
us about It. We write all kinds of In
J. F. ULRICH CO.
32S State St.. Salem, Ore. Tel. 8(72.
S room anT bath, modern. Pavement.
walks, earage, cement -drive, shrub
bery,. Clear. Owner phone (981.
Good It At for sale or exchange for
Salem, property, i mi. out. ;
llttt N. 18th St. TeL 8JXI
Two tarn fine view orchard' lots
for-sale. (0x138 feet each. Opposite
Leslie brick school on- Oxford street:
Don't build until you see-these lots.
Priced right. Easy terms. Phone own
POOR MAN'S CHANCB
To Buy a . Home Cheap With Little
Down, Balance Like Rent
4 room house, small lot. North 8a
lem. Price 1450.
Repossessed house, needs some re
pair. East Salem. Price (800.
To close an estate. S mora mastered
house with good plumbing and elec
tric lights, corner lot. Price 8(50.
We have a choice corner Int hi
South Salem, paved street, fruit and
shade trees, comfortable room house,
Another renossessed Tnouaa for uln
for leas than cost.. Comfortable C
cottage, woodshed and garage. Imme
diate possession. Price oniv 8760.
Builder In trouble and you can buy
this 4 room, new hniua mi mmw ln
for less than cost Worth $2000. Will
accept: reasonable orrer.
To buy your home, SEE
CHILDS MILLER. REALTORS
844 State Street Phone (708
"- nii n ii i in.
A Slfhtlv 7-room tml.nuw'srti horn.
basement, fireplace, beautiful grounds I
leet., targe iruit, nut trees,
riwr, aaraen, garage. JNear tun
lor nigh and two grammar schools,
nice view, paved street Only 832S,
terms. Owner, 745 Rural Avenue. Tel.
Seven room house, strictly modern,
' rocaoon, xive oiocKs xrom cap-
wii. price, see owner, HZS
EXCHANGE Real Estate
ISO A. cedars and nine In Trfohn fnr
160 A. In Imperial Valley for Salem
W. O. GRANT, Masonic Bldg.
FOR SALE F ARSIS
Farms for rent sale and trade
OREGON LAND CO.. new office lo
cation on Pacific highway, Woodburn.
A. unimproved 1 rhL from
A. 2 ml. from Salem. 4 room niK
electricity, good well, all In crop. 12
lanrc wainut trees, good dark SOIL
a 17 j. its mi rrom saiem. on mn.
ment. au in crop. S room house, barn
xamiiy orchard, excellent soil. 82800
10 A. 14 mi. from Salem, laj-ira farm
bldga, fenced, all In cultivation, fine
clover or grain land, $60 per acre.
Melvin Johnson; 275 State St Ph. 6798
SELL FOR JUST ONE HALF
My fine 244-A. ranch, limt-l m 'Pa
cific highway. Cost me $70,000. Sac
rificed to $35,500. Two sets bldga One
set strictly modern. House has base
ment furnace, etc 180-A. alfalfa.
some flax. Balance in srraln. Onn
goes. Give terms. See my agent
jas. u. seaks. Realtor
132 South High Street
HOWELL PRAIRIE BARGAIN
Stocked and. Equipped Ranch
85-A. 10-A. fine wheat. 4-A. a-rafn
snd hay. 1-A. potatoes and garden.
Family orchard. Little timber and liv
ing stream. 5-R. house, basement and
lights. 300 capacity hen house. Barn.
one horse, 200 turkeys. Incubator, milk
autti,. au ror sfzsu. fieao down.
JAS. D. SEARS. REALTOR
133 South High Street
One of the best hoo yards in the
valley ; 117 A. with 43 A. in hops,
sooa oiog. 9t me ten you about this.
1. C. SHIELDS
228 Oregon Bldg. TeL $902,
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANTED (0 or SO aero ltrrrrw.il
farm. No encumbrance. Must be reas
onable for cash. Box 2I(, care States
iM - --- - - -,,-v-yrinrxAAAAi
Cafs for rent, 897 N. Com'L
For sale or rent garage and service
station an busy, hiaftw sv. Good for
iruit stand. Inquire 285 Chemekets,
Mod. eaulDtMd market 1 nr al nr
lease, on account of sickness. Apt. In
connection, uiai eios or inquire HIU
FOR SALE Golna- huslnpna. mrtlnr
$35.00 a wk. clear. Exceptional oppor
tunity for right party. Unlimited pos-
siDiiuies. ct quickly, box 247, care
MONEY TO LOAN
f"tYYT r i i-noriisruui nruuu
UaDB en furniture, can, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When in financial seed see
ua paiore cioamg a loan.
First National Bank Bids. Phece $55$
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
STATE LOAN COMPANY
113 Oregon Building. 2nd Floor
Office hra, 19:00 A. M. to ( :30 P. M
7783. State llcenss No.
POLLY AND HER
-EHTy 'e?Vsu lES f A L vStJSSFv MSTER HENS 13 iK (COO-COO) (NUWWy
MONEY TO LOAN
Barrow an aeraonsl Dronertv i renay
In mocthly Installmanta. WTTiUA U
ETTB LOAN CO- State Uo 8-1M. See
uuaroiaa bios. tsi. itt. :
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrangs to redooe reus pajSMOts
Toe keep the car
P. A. EIKCR
Cor. Liberty Bt and Ferry .
CtMsno 4T1! "Salem. Ore
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE Five good work horses I
and marss, xoungsheep or young cat-
tie taxen. u. v uu ii, raui h ur-1
FOR BALE Buff Orpington pullets
mile north Ketser school, uonaia
FOR SALE WOOD
Good dry old fir. second growth, ash.
oak. TeL 3(78.
TeL 5008 Salem Fuel Co.
Ash, ft and oak. Tel. 548.
Dry wood. $4.89. TeL (459.
Phone Trary". 88( for-dry wood.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST White Collie doc.
ward. Please call 4004.
LOST Brown traveling bag.
ward. Return to 194 N. Com"l.
I will not be responsible for pay
ment of any bills except those con-
FOR SALE USED CARS
chevrolet gives more
McKay's used cars
'27 Pontlao Coupe I 91.00
'20 Chev. Pickup
ft A A
'29 Nash Sedan
81 Chev. Coupe
'30 Studs t Sedan
80 Oakland 8 Sedan
29 Bnick Master Sedan
31 Chev. Coupe 7000 mL
8everal Ford and Chevrolet trucks I
from 875.9 to $526.
Fair Trades Liberal Terms
Open Evenings and Sundays
McKAT CHEVROLET CO.
$3$ Center TeL 8169 43 N. CoaVL
CHEVROLET GIVES MORS
1932 Pontlao Coupe, bragaln. Low
mileage. Cash or trade. TeL 6525.
USED CARS WANTED
We buy, sell and consign remember
we ntrry insurance for your protection.
BORRKOO S USED CAR MKT.
240 N. Liberty St. Tel. 3(8$.
Valley Motor Co.
1930 Buick Sedan.
Has bad very
1928 Buick 8td. Coupe. Has good
tires, finish good. Motor
1929 Chrysler 65 Sedan. Motor
.overhauled, finish and tires
good : : 241
. S Cylinder se
ver? good, good
1929 Hupmobile 8 Sedan.
good. New tires ,, .
1929 Oakland S Coach In very
good shape .
1932 Chevrolet .Sport Roadster.
Run 12.000 miles. Has (
tires. Motor very good
Used Car Lot
Marlon Liberty TeL
Open Evenings and 8undays
1929-Chev. truck and semi trailer
1931-Ford truck, dusts
1981-Chev. truck, duals
193Z-1U ton G. M. C. duals
These are all good values. We have
some Jobs available. See Tom Wood
WOOD-WHEATON MOTOR CO. INC.
64 9 Cbemeketa TeL 9638.
1930 Ford Coe. Pricd fop on Irk
sale. TeL 7703, Salem.
WEST STAYTON. July 18.'
A decision was made the past
week on what would be said to
laborers for picking beas. Ths
price was decided at 85 cents per
Soma of the growers hellers
their beans, will bo ready to start
picking m tne next two or three
Two kinds ot trsinlng beans
are to be harvested this year.
The Kentucky string bean trad
tha Blue Lakes. The Kentucky
beans are being raised tor the
Ray a Maling company and the
Stay ton Canning company, while
the Blue Lakes are being raised
for the West Salem Cooperative
MANY EN JOT Bid PARK
SILVERTON, July 18 M. J.
Dolan, park superintendent at Sll-
verton reported Sunday picnic
parties at the Coolidge A Mc
Claino park as Moser clan, 132;
Jungwlrth clan from Newberg, Sa
lem, Lyons, Jordan and Gervale,
41; ' Salemt. 80; the Kawwood
group, 15; Macleay grange, 58;
and Portland, 65; Already slated
for next Sunday are the' Eastern
Star picnle and the Evergreen
school district reunion.
BrJN PICKERS TO
PALS mt:! , Jht Bird Who Laid the Golden Eg
HT11DE0 ey 132
Settlers of 1852 Honored
When Kinsmen of new
' Generations Meet
v, : ; tr-c-.
8ILVERT ON, July 18 De-
eendants oL Joseph Moser snd
Isabella Danalgaa Moser held
their sixth' annual rennion Sun
day at Sllrerton with IS 2 clan
members present. The Mosers
crossed the plains In 1SS2 and set
tled In Marion county.
Officers elected were Earl Mo
ser of Portland, president; .Mrs.
Elmer Todd ot Molalla, rice pres
ident; Mrs. Isabella Scott ot Ore-
con "City, secretary-treasurer. .
Hartman ot Waplnltla, was re
tained as historian.
The clan numbers more than
700 members today, and runs
down to the fifth generation from
Joseph and Isabella Moser. Save
for one daughter who died In her
seventies, the 10 children ot the
original couple all llTed to be SO
years old or more. The Mosers
crossed the plains In 1852, in the
Jim Dixon train, and when Dixon
branched off for the California
mines, Moser became-captain of
the train. They setled In Marlon
county and from the family comes
such well known Oregon names
ss the Stantons, Bollns, Hartmans
One entire family of the clan
was present snd numbered tour
generations: Mr. snd Mrs. J. O.
Moore of Portland, sons willsrd
and Carol, daughter, Mrs. Walter
Ton Luren;, the latter's. children.
Catherine snd Charles enrtstopn
I. - h-f mnTt T lav4 an hll'lAII.
Walter ; a daughter, Lorena, Mrs.
Delbert 8arage snd daughter,
Beverley; a daughter, Cora, Mrs.
E. R. Tood and son Bobby; a
daughter, Mabel, Mrs. H. r.
Marsh, her daughters. Maxine
Marsh and Doris, (Mrs. Hugh
Darts) and her child, Barbara
Jean and Sharon; a daughter, Del
pha (Mrs. N. D. Campbell); a
daughter. Alma, snd a son Don
snd his son Don, Jr.
Members of the clan passing
on during the year were remem
bered. They were: Alice Moser
Baxter, Nellie Harwood, John
Whitlock, Willis Moser, John
Stanton. Carl Moser of Yuma,
Ariz., Margaret Hinkle, Albert
Whitlock, Mrs. Joseph Henry Bol
in and Webster Bolln.
The program was of especial
interest to the clan, snd included
sn address by Gilbert Moser, talks
by several of the oldest, members
and music. ,
Pioneer Takes Off
Many Prizes When
Polk Farmers Meet
PIONEER, July 18. Pioneer
community club won the $10
prize which was given at the Polk
county farmers' picnic Saturday
afternoon in Dallas.
Among those who had a part In
helping win were Mrs. Roy Black
and Mrs. Clyde Robbtns who won
first and second place in the
rooster race. Frank Darnheck-
er won first place in the fat man's
race. Mrs. Tom Keller snd Elsie
Keller won second and third place
in the nail driving contest. Fred.
Dernbecker won a prize in the
free tor all boys' race. Bobbie
Hughes was the prettiest boy un
der one year and Betty Dell was
the fattest baby. Several others
There is a great interest shown
In the picnic from here.
WTO1TE TO AT, Jaly It
XQW rO-T-ATO 420 X.
7:00 Org-sa concert, KBC.
7:20 Organ eoacert. NBC
. 7:45 Ronald Back, plaaitt.
8:00 Soloist, KBC
8:45 aaythsrie Serenade, KBC.
- S :80 Cooking seheeL
10:00 Sarah Kraisdlar, KBC
10:15 Books for Children. KBC
10:30 Womaa's M stasias ef the Air.
J:15 Oasiao orahestra, KBC
1:00 Al Psaree and His 6anrKBC.
.8:00 Jack sad Leretta Cleaaeas, KBC
S :80 rtiendiy ehst.
. w v (LV oval, w. BKiiora M u.iri,
6:16 World oconomie eoaiareaea, KBC
s : I o s irvlew rarma.
6:85 Kyrsa Kiasley. KBC
( :80 Sam Gordea, the Klbltsar.
7:00 Asses n' Asdy, KBC
7:16 Ethel Waters. KBC
8 :00 Hotel Beesevalt ereheetrs, KBC
0:30 Cdgewater Beach Hotel orchestra.
0:00 One Man's Family. NBC
9:45 Terrace Gardens orchestra, KBC
19:1 Aaaoa Weeks' ereaestra, KBC
11:00 Abe Lymaa's orchestra, KBC
KOAO OOBTIIiIiTI - B5( Xe.
S:80 Mmsleal eye ope am.
8 :00 Morning eeseert. '
9 :00 Home eeoaomlcs ebservesv
10 ;80-The Parade st Melodies.
18 :00 Fsrsa hear.
t:0O As Tea Like It, with Aatbeay
ARGENTINE THREAT W GRAIN PITS
PORTLAND EGGS ADVANCE 2 CENTS
Underselling of U. S..i
Wheat -is reared,
Brings Setbacks .
CHICAGO, July 18 (AP)!
Staggered by reports that Argen
tina was offering- to ship wheat to
New York and undersell United
States wheat, grain prices suffer
ed sharp setbacks today.
New high price records for
wheat, rye and barley preceded
the downward plunge ot grain
values, with barley momentarily
up It cents and wheat as high as
S1.2SH a bushel. All the cereal
markets, however, were apparent
ly In a strained, overbought con
dition for the time being, after
eight successive days advance.
and a shock from anr source was
sufficient to Induce a landslide of
selling. Much ot it to realise prof
Its snd not a little to stop losses.
Despite assertions that the
United States government would
likely Intervene if necessary with
measures to prevent wheat im
ports Into this country, wheat fell
4 cents from the day's top level,
and notwithstanding violent tran
sient rallies was hardly more than
a cent no from the bottom when
the speculative pits were cleared
out by the final gong.
Wheat closed nervous. K-1
cents under yesterday's last tran
sactions, corn lVi-2U down, and
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat July 1.14; Sept.,
1.174-; Dec., lO-?.; May,
Corn July, IST4: Sept,
4;.Dec.. 74-; May, 7-
Oats July. 41; Sept., 48
; Dec., !-; May, J4.
POBTLAKt. J sly 18. (AP)
Prod-ce airhanra, s prieas. Battai
Estrss 84a. ata-aards 33 a, prima firsts
88s. firsts 81. Irn rVarh extras
81s, freak adlnms 20c.
POSTLAXD, Ora., Jal- 19. (AP)
ntai upaa gh Low Close
Jnly ei 91 i si
September 04 94 3 92
Daeember 98 8 97 9T
Cash wheat b'a 1 Big Bea4 bhuv
tem 98e; dark hard winter 19 per
cent 1, 11 per cent 93c; aoft
white, westera white, hard winter, north
ern spring, western red 8ae.
Oats No. 3 white (28.
Corn So. 2E yellow (29.
Millrun Standard $10.50.
POBTLAXD. Ora Julv 18. fAPl
Batter Prists, extras 28c, stasdards
Batterfat Portland delirerr: A srada
21-25o pound; farmers' door delivery 22-
z.e poanu. street cream ae lugsar.
tn Pacific Poultry nrodueera' sell.
ing price: Orersiie S2e. extras 80c, mix
ed colors 19c, medians 19a dosea. Bay
ing pnes sy wholesalers: Fresh Current
receipts 56 poands sad p, 14-15s dotaa.
Uboese vi score Orerea triplets.
11 s. leaf 18 s penad. Brokers will
psy s below qaotations.
Milk Uontrsct pnee, 4 per cast,
Portland delivery $1.70 cwt; Bgrsds
cream 87 a poaad.
Coaatry meats Selliag pries to re
tailers: Oeaatry-killed hdfs. Vest batch
ers, osier 190 poaad s, 7-7 s. Vaalara.
70 to 100 poaada, 8-8 . Spriag lassbe
li-i.e; yeariiags 4 a. Heavy Swss, S
8e. Mealams sews 6e poaad ; cesser cows
8-3e. Balls 45s pound.
Mohair Bsying price: 1938 slip, 15a
Cascars btrk Baying price: 1988
peel, 8s poaad.
Hops No aaL 1933. 57s seas 4.
Live poultry Portland delivery: Bay
ing priees. heavy baas, colored 4 to
5 poands, 10e, do 5 poands op, 10e
bene over B poands. 8o: snder S
pounds. 8e pound. Broilers IVi Doesds.
lie. Colored springs, 2 poands 13o. Boast
ers, over 8 pounds, 14e. Roosters 5e
pound. Dacha, Pekinc, broilers 13-18e
poaad; old ducks, Pekins, 10c pound, do
colored, loe poana.
Onions Sailing pries to retailers
Oreros. 81.36-1.86 eeaUl..
New onions - Califarala Bermsda.
$1.25, 60 pousds crate ; asw red, $1416
Potatoes LeesL $8; DeMhatee Gesss
82.85 cental, de Bakers $8: Tskima
New potstees Local white snd red
$2.25-3 85 easts!; California white $2.15
Strawberries Ksw Orsgoas $1.50 per
Wool 1988 clip, aemiaal: Wills ss
etts valley 98-15e poosd; sastera Ore-
ioa io. le peaaa; seataera idase is
20a poaad. -
Hay. Bayiag price from ' prod near:
Alfalfa. Ko. 1, now crop tlS-lir clover.
ao. a, sis; eastern urcgoa Umotay fio;
oats sad vetch f 15 toa.
POSTLAXD, Ore July 18. (AP)
uetue Jteceipts ta, calves 3: steady.
Steers, good, mediom 85-5.76; eommea
$3.25-5. Cows, good, common sad medium
Hogs Receipts S73; weak tendency.
Good, 140 to 200 poands 93-9.40; 100
to 350 pounds S4.85-S.40.
- Sheen Receipts 883: 86-S0e hlrher.
. Lsmbs, geed sad ehoiee $8-8.85 ; com
mon ssa ssadif S5-S.B9.
2:30 Ths homes kerf half hoar.
8:45 Oenevieve Baum-Gssklna, srgsa-
.1st. . ...
T;16 Nature study, "Tha Little Met
Beg liaes His Defender."
8:00 Dr. W. L. Powers, "Permaaeat
Systems et Soil Fertility."
Grade B raw 4
co-op pool price, S1.SO per
Sarplns SI .25.
(511 Ik ' bssed ea sesU atestkly
LrUtribator price SJ1.70 -
Batterfat Top 22-2Sc,
prints 25 c, rubes 27 He
frlees petf te I by Seiea bsyets
(Tse priees aeiaw. seeptieS sy a Iseai
treMCv e tadieatlva af taw ssllf rtr4
bat are set- raannteee a Tea Sutessssa I
rsroiT at rBasTAira
Strisg beans, lb. , - m. .03
AsparsTss, local, set. Ko. 8 .SO
Cabbage, lb. . .01
Oreea peppers. The Dslles, lb. . .10
Peas. Co it, lb. , 02 te- .03
Oaieas. 4 us. baaeaes . . .15
Potstees. leesl o te 1.73
Sweat peUtoes. ersu 1 a
LaUaee. local .45
Oaions, Cslif tvt 2.0O
Rhubarb, local .01
Calary, ess. , ,,. . AS
Applas, Trsatpsrtnt 1.00
Oranges, Velenciaf, tsaey 9.00 te 2.75
Place pack 1.40 to 2.00
Seats. leesL sot. .20
Turnips, local, crate .20
Carrots, local, -as. .20
Spinach, local, srate J5 ta .60
Bansass, lb. ea stock .05
HaaSs : .05
Usstard graaat .60
Caeanbart, hotha.se . . .80 te .50
.2.25 te 8.75
Avseados, erst a
Sqaash. Italian, crate
gammer, crate ,
Watermelo-s, retail .
Tame tea t, botheete
.1.90 te 1.H
a.25 te 130
.90 ta 1.25
Tees (berries, crate
.1.00 te 1.1
Tap. 1932. lb. ...
Celerad keas -madlBSU
At to 46
Hogs, tep -
Dressed veaL top.
GOAT. AKD RAT
Wheat, weatera red
White. Ko. 1
Barley, top, ton , . ,
Oats and vetch, toa .
Alfalfa, valley 1st sat
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright. 19SS. Suadard BuUatUs Ce.)
STOCK At tAOXS
Today 103.1 68.9 113.8 96
Previa day 101.8 56.5 112.7 98.4
Week arc . 97.S 85.4 109.8 93.0
Tsar age 88.8 15.8 57.4 38.1
S years age- 1.4-124.9 239.3 172.9
High 38 102.1 68.0 118.7 98.9
Lew 1938 43.8 23.6 S1.5 43.9
High 1988 T3.8 89.6 111.0 73.9
Lew 1938 85.1 13.3 51.8 35.0
76.8 84.8 88.4 83.3
eases y 76.5 84.8 88.8 S8.0
Week ace 75.1 82.9 86.8 81.1
Tesrsge 55.6 53.9 73.1 61 J
3 years are ... 93.4 107.8 100.8 100.8
High 1983 -a S4.S 83.4 83.3
LowlOSS "ss a S7.0 74.1 63.S
Hich 1983 , T1.8 78.0 66.3 T8.1
Low 1933 53.3 47.4 70.9 37.6
New 1938 big-..
Oi Fleeces Closed
BOSTON, July 18. (AP)
(U. S. Dept. Agr.) 8ales of
wool are rather slow In fleece and
territory lines. Prices remain very
firm on the limited volume of
husiness being transacted. Grad
ed strictly combing (Is snd fin
er territory wools bare sold at
78-78 cents scoured basis. Mod
erste quantities of good French
combing snd average strictly
combing 64s snd finer territoy
wools la original bags sell At 77
78 esnts scoured basis. Occasional
sales of fleeces are being closed
st steady prices compared with
HELTS STJUCTLKX FAMILY
SILVERTON, July 8 Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Hall, who lost their
home and furnishings in a fire a
week ago have received ths in
spiration of - two showers at
which they received many lovely
gifts. The Legion Auxiliary of
which Mrs. Hall is president
sponsored the one shower, and
Trinaty Dorcas sponsored the
For Cube' Butter;
Meats Moving j
PORTLAND. .July It. (AP)
There will be- an advance ef
2c doxen la the selling price en
eggs effective Wednesday, accord
lag to announce ent of Man
ager Reed of the Pacific Co-ons.
Pullets are now arriving and be
ing quoted. The new prices will
be: oversize 24c, extra Kc.
standard 20c, jnedlam 20c. pullet
16c dozen. According to Miss
Reed receipts were decreasing1 bat
less so than expected. Sb says
that demand for good quality was
keeping the market cleaned.
PORTLAND, July 18. (AP)
Extreme strength was suggest
ed in the market for butter with
continued decrease in churning
operations In the Pacific north
west and with the low operation
mark of the season indicated In
On the open market there has
been a firm tone for cube of
ferings with premiums reported
over the produce exchange gen
erally offered and maintained.
Buttertat values are very firm
Better trade conditions were
showing for spring chickens la
the live poultry market with pri
ces up s, fraction or so m spots.
Hens, while in light sapply here.
appeared weak with heavy mar
keting in the country.
Owing to their 'quality as well
ss supply, local new potatoes
were rapidly taking the market
from the e e a t r a 1 Washington
stock. TWs week was expected
to end shipments frea there.'
Country killed bogs, calves and
lambs were moving at fall prices
Raspberries and loganberries
were tat good merement at quo
Demand continued for currants
with- few arriving.
Peas snd beans remain very
low priced. .
Celery wss firm at recent pri
ces. Tomatoes were steady to a
Cucumbers were still depress
ed with an overload from The
BUT 1IIEES UP
NEW YORK. July 18 (AP)
Stocks stormed through a wild
market today. They emerged with
sn average net gain, which meant
a, new high for the composite, but
on the whole their course was
somewhat bumpy. Sales totaled
,605,7J J shares.
Mclntyre, Alaska Juneau and
Dome Jumped 3. to nearly .
Homestake added 18 points. Ana
conda. Kennecott, American
Smelting and International Nickel
rose more than one point.
Canada Dry Ginger Ale closed
with a gain of 10 H.
"Wet" stocks faltered. Ameri
can Commercial Alcohol, TJ. S.
Industrial Alcohol and National
Distillers lost around 4 to 5. Com
mercial Solvents slipped 3. Stand
ard Brands had an enormous turn
over, finishing nearly a point
Net gains for U. S. Steel, Ameri
can Telephone, Santa Fe, South
ern Pacific, National Biscuit, Al
lied Chemical, Union Carbide,
Bethlehem, American Can, West
ln ghouse and General Motors
ranged from small fractions to
more then a point.
Is Arrested Here
Russell Stlnson, wanted In Port
land for automobile theft and
robbery, was arrested on a down
town street by Salem police Mon
day and held' for Portland offi
cers. When arrested he was driv
ing an automobile registered to
Dr. H. B. Hasklns ot Portland.
Police said Stlnson held up Dr
Haskins in' Portland Friday night
and took the automobile. Stlnson
claimed to be from Vancouver,
B. C. .
MRS. BETHUXE IUXX5VERI XG
WHEATLAND, July IS. Mrs.
Fred Bethune (Bernetta Penrose)
of Florence who has been serious
ly ill since the birth ot a son
Wednesday, July 12, Is thought
to be on the road to recovery
according to word received by her
parents Mr. and Mrs. George An
trim Mondsy morning. The child
Lived but 24 hours.
By . CUFF STERREIT
STOCK HOAD BUMPY