The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 30, 1933, Page 9, Image 9

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Directory
, Cards in tbia directory run an
mpothly buia ouly. RaUi
$1.09 par llaa per onoath.
AUTO BRAKES
Mik taiik, tha brake and ahJmmy
aoctot. 7 South OnflMMWlai Straat
Burt Crary. th calgrgr. Ph. TS.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Tatopnoua R. E. Northneaa
CHIROPRACTORS
PH. a U. SCOTT. I'SC, Cliro(waci
I5 N. High. TaL Baa. T2-
FLORISTS
CUT ttoifara, arteUdluK bouquala tuo
ra4 wreatha. deooi anuna. C Breiv
tuiupt. Cot IX. HT Court. TaL t4.
a i .1. kiyda ol noral worfc. LmW k'lor
lat. 1U AtarkaU TaL -
GLASS
Auta mad window gusa nUrrurm, TaL I
HmS. Waller J. Down. iHBmya
INSURANCE
BSCKJfi 1U&NUKICKS
111 M. tiiatt . TeL 41
COWC X -gatlTH. son, toe. TeL 3S
I LAUNDRIES
TH WhlW SALJCat LAUNDRI
til a aigtx rL n
CAPITAL, C1TX LAUNURX
trust U Wuaiity and tiarvlce
letepttona ti4 UrwtUwaj
WN MOWERS
tiharpeueU, repaired and traded.
HAKiiX VV. tiCOCi; -TUe Cycto aUn'
MATTRESSES
Mattreasea from factory to home.
f,.run nuitiress. U lo. H.ol). RenovaV-
vi and tumigaiora. UuS cleaned. Cap
itol tteddiutt Co. xeu vo. vv
CapltoL I
New mailreaa made to- eider, old
reiuado ; carpel cleanina. aiziwi ; f lutt
rua weavLo. iialeui lutt Kag Mat
Ueaa factory. & 13th . WiiOur. TeL
t4L CHtoi b. wicker. thU I1L.
&US1C STORES
UliU. C WLLXr fianoa, radtoa, sew
bia machiues, aneei tuuste ami piano
aiutiica. He pairing raoioa, pbonoKruptia
auu sewliig uaciuuea. til State btreeu
baiem. ' -
MEDICINE
Ur. Qiao 1 r" CUtneae Mudlclne Ca
Hours Tuesday ana riaay, iw . a.
tui:30 PH Ok 148 N. ComiuerdaL
Charlie Chan, Chinese Medicine Co.,
i2i N .Com'L LteilF -. Sun. -12. All
kinds Url for male and female, for
.Constipation, rneuiue.iiui. .hujw.
Us, colitis, gland, stomach ttiaordera.
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint Roofing. 474 Ferry.
4 PRINTING
OR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
tela, urograms, booka or any sand ol
EtuiUuS. call The talesman 1'rlaUoa
feitarliaeel. Hi S. CuiumeicUU. Teh
puune S1U1.
REAL ESTATE
UtiCKB HENDRICKS, TeL (947.
W. U. URABliNUOOiiT CO.
lit a Utoarty bt. TeL 8468.
SOCOLOFSK X BON
2x4-8 First Nat L tta. tehl. TaL T603.
I STOVES
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
piain, bop baskets, books, togan nooks,
baiem frames and stove Works, 26s
iUtenieketa. TeL 4774.' R. B. Flenilng
SHOE REPAIRING
Low prices. Good work. 980 a Com'L
TRANSFER
CAPITAL C1TX Transfer Co. 229
fctata U TeL 1772. Dlaulbutlng. for
warding and storage eur specially
0i our rates, '
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 211L Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks !
to Portland oau.
TYPEWRITERS
TTPE WRITERS Adding Men. sold,
re nUd, repaired. Underwood Ageota,
Cooke bhort. 819 Court TeL 8884.
Well drilling
R. A.
Rt O 8.
West, 20 yeara experience,
o 192 IS. TeL 110F8.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
A1lLN1STBATOB
Notirl la hnrebr sriren that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by tne county court oi
the State of Oregon for the
County of Marlon, as Administra
tor of the estate of Martha A.
Clymer, deceased, and that he
has duly qualified as such admin
istratord all persons having
claims against the esUte ot said
decedent are hereby notified to
present jthe same, duly verified,
to me, at the office of Ronald C.
CIoTAr. mv attnrnav. 205 Oregon
Ttnllrlln Ralom Marlon Countr.
Oregon, within six months from
the date of this notice. ;
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
th day of July, 1933. , t ;
CARL H. CX.TMER, "
Administrator of the Estate ot
Martha A. Clymer, Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER, ,
Attorney for Administrator,1
E&lem ' Oreron.
CATERING
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Statesman i
Classified Ads
Call 9101
CUaolfled Adtmtlslag
Single iiuitloa per llet.l0
TbrM liutrtloa pw ,
Un te
81x InwrtloM per Ua..IOc
0& month pr tin . . $ l.Ot
HLnlmam ebars ...... Sit.
Copy for tnlj pt
cepted antil f:S0 tha tb
iag bAfor poblicattoa for
claMifte&tloa. Copy r
eelfed after thl Um will
b ran under tfco bodlnr
Too LaU to Claasiry.
Tlie Sta teaman aaaainea
ao txaaaclal reapoaaibfllty
tor error wblcb may ap
pear In advertlaemenU pao
iabed in tta eolamna, and
In cases where tbia paper la
at fanlt will reprint that
part ot an adrertlaement la
which tha typographical
misuk ocean.
The Statesman reserre
the right to reject objee
ttonal advertising. It far.
ther reserves the right to
classify all adrertlslng an
der the proper classifica
tion. HELP WANTED MALE
?evral local salespeople to work in
and around Salem. 13SS State Street.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Special work for housewives who
need $14 weekly at once. No canvass
ing, experience or investment. Give
dress sise. Mayfair Styles, Dept. 1(90,
ClncinnatL
Neat, reliable lady, light housework.
and care of six yr. old boy. Call 2 to
S. San. 159 Tamarack.
WOMEN Kara $11 Ofren sewing,
home spare time, materials cut, in
structions furnished, experience nn-
necessary. Write Superior UresB Com
pany, 203 Havemeyer Street, Brook
lyn. N. T.
LADIES Copy name s addresses
spare time for mail erder firms. Good
pay. Experience unnecessary. stamp
required for particulars. Holt Service,
Nichols, N. Y.
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMEN Lowest cost life pro
tection in America $5 membership
fee, 50 renewal contract. Non-med-
icai. Ages 1 to 80. NORTH AMERI
CAN MUTUAL, Santa Ana, Calif.
Man with insurance knowledge to
take charge of Salem-Sllverton terri
tory as asst. disl. mgr. Full partic
ulars first letter. Bx 260, States
man.
SITUATIONS WANTED
Washing R. 1, Bx. 98, Salem.
Wanted tirlclr,' tile work. Also flre
places. Price reasonable. Tel. 9449.
klELP WANTED FEMALE
Woman. 30 to 40 yrs. of age. for as
sistant house work. Small wages. 2190
I g. Church.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Exp. haircuts, 20c-15c 1614 N. Com.
Draft beer equ'pment. H. G. Da
mon, factory representative. 897 N.
Com'L
Clover hay. Oats, vetch and grass
hay. 6 mL Wallace Road. Tel. 733.
7 ft Deering
Broadway.
binder, $20. 1446
Leaving town will sacrifice S
roams, fine furniture, all oriental rugs.
Box 254, care statesman.
Radio for sale, $112.00, 8-tube Ma-
I jestlc Console. BaL due $23.10. Terms
$5 down, $5 mo. See Mr. Jans, Wills
Music Store.
Lambert cherries 2 cents a pound.
Tou pick them at 765 Rural Ave. TeL
8Sii.
Two chair barber shop Including
building and 12 rms. of furn. $700
caslu TeL 4779.
FOR SALE Saddle pony. $10.00
cash, if taken soon. Reason for sell
ing: have no pasture. Joe Gage, Rt 2,
Dallas, Oregon.
8 room house and lot 100x100.
paved ; 2 blocks from Richmond school
and bua $15.00 cash. Will sell furni
ture if desired. 2248 Mill Street
TRADE Miscellaneous
Wanted to trade: team or Producers
cannery stock for car: aedan prefer
red. Elvln Herr, Rt 2, Silverton.
Wood and baled hay for truck or
car that would make truck, uaroen
Road, Box 188.
MISCELLANEOUS
Trclng students keen In practl
spL for summer, 2 mos, for $8. Thoa,
Roen, 420 Court
Mr. Lane of Seattle. Wto- expert
I hair cutter, now located 201 & Win-
1 ter. fncea tne same. Aauita sec, cnu-
: dren 15c
We pick up dead, worthless horses.
cows, sheep. TeL 48S9. .
WANTED: Names met-women. 18
50. wishing post depression govern
ment Jobs. Steady. Start $10S.00-$178,
month. Sample coaching and particu
lars FREE. Apply today. Box 1273 8,
care statesman.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Modern room, garage, alp. porch.
1577 Court St TeL 4657.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board, rnt, 220. Near F. Ot 5482.
Board and room for ladies dos in.
Tel. 6678. 695 Court Street
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
2 nice apts, $12 and $25. 1689 Center.
Apts- rooms, garage house. All
nlcelyfurn. TeL T664. 2261 Basel,
Neat t room apt. 251 Center.
1st floor. S R apt 1411 Court, -
Patton apartments, downtown dis
trict coot, clean, comfortable, private
bath.- Very reasonable. Call Patton's
Boek Store. -
- 1 and 2 room turn. apts. $L00 and
$1.60. - weak. South 8, P. depot, : Tel.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Neatly' furnished apartment, private
bath, S4S Court Street. TeL S7i.
2 and S R. apt a., 432 Marion.
Reduced rent : 5 R. turn, duplex.
first floor, car. SM Mill. T. O. Albert.
Apt, tie 112. 89? N. ComX
FOR RENT HOUSES
Fnra. and unfurn. bouaea R A.
Forkner. 1910 N. Cottaae. TeL 2921.
S room mod. cottage with aaraxe.
Close In. Adults. TeL 2992.
Modern house. Inquire It 98 Court.
FOR RENT Good T room bouse.
All newly kalaomined. Large walnut
trees. On bus line. See Mra, CadweU,
Statesman office.
Have a nice line of houses. - Furn. or
unfurn. E. E. BaUiager. 839 Court
St. TeL 01T.
NEAT HOME. $12 mo. TeL (7(9.
Small furn. house. 219 8. 23rd. In
quire station, 21st and Market.
? R. furn. house. Fresh paint. $15.
45 S, 17th.
House a Damon. 897 N. Com'L
Modern house. Call IS 00 Stat St
Modern bungalow, 4 rooms, nicely
furnished for $20.00.
& M. EARLE
201 N. High TeL 997S or 2265.
Partly furnished 4 rooms and sun
porch. Telephone 4019.
FOR RENT
Grocery store with fixtures,
Damon. 897 N. Com'L
$25.
Green house, equipped. 897 N. Com'l
FOR RENT 5 acre. 4 room house.
barn, chicken house, fine selL close to
school, near Salem. $10.90 per month.
Tel. 334Z.
WANTED TO RENT
Parties arriving dally, want houses
and apts., furn. and unfurn. Might buy.
If you have anything for rent or sale
list with me quick. S. S. Balllnger,
5Z9 court. TeL S017.
Want furn. and unfurnished houses.
C J. JACKSON, 241 State Street
On S0-S0 basis. 200 acres. Stocked
and equipped. Some alfalfa. F. ,
Hooper, fit. 1. Tirnlee,
FOR SALE Real Estate
Two large fine view orchard lots
for sale. 60x132 feet each. Opposite
Leslie Drick school on Oxford street.
Don't build until you see these lota
triced right, iuasy terms. Phone own
er. 8854.
' m ,afc i m M-wr w:-if- -AnrAj-LAAWu
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
Of a partly furnished residence
blocks from Capitol building. 7 large
cheerful rooms, full basement, fur
nace, fireplace. Price $1000, part cash.
DaL oonus loan.
CHILDS ft MILLER. Realtors
344 State Street Tel. 6708.
SUBURBAN HOME
I acre close in. paved road. 4 room
plastered house with nook, plumbing,
electric lights, "drove well, garage and
woodshed, nice garden. Price $1800,
reasonable terms.
2 acres, 4 room house, garage.
woodshed, electric lights, drove well
coops for 300 hens. Price $1200, cash
Jo, baL $12 per month and Interest
If you want a suburban home. SEE
US before choosing.
CHILDS & MILLER. Realtors
241 State Street TeL 6708
FOR SALE 6 acres, acres In
fruit S room house, $900 cash if tak
en at once. Party must selL SH miles
south of Salem. See A. B. Browning,
Route 2, Box 152.
7 A. 12 mL out $350.00. terms. Da
mon, 897 N. ComT.
Beautiful close-in view acre trees.
city water, etc. Snap. Phone 5154.
A sixhtly 7-room semi-modern home.
basement fireplace, beautiful grounds
120x132 feet, large rruit nut trees,
grape arbor, garden, garage. Near Jun
ior high and two grammar scnoois.
nice view, paved street Only $3250,
terms. Owner, 765 Rural Avenue. TaL
8854.
A REAL SACRIFICE
$1200.00. Will buy a late built mod
ern, four room home with base
ment, furnace and garage. $120.00
down, balance $15.00 per month to
include interest at 6, located at
2025 N. 19th St If you want a
real buy and a property that is
worth considerable more than the
price asked. Investigate this at
once.
NORTH SALEM HOME
$2600.00 Will buy a late, built, mod
ern f room home, hollow tile con
struction, foil basement furnace,
fireplace, hardwood floors. $50.00
down and balance $25.00 per
month. For bargains see :
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.,
REALTORS
124 S. Liberty Street TeL 6468
. EXTRA SPECIAL
For 2 Days Only Following
Properties
$760 buys 2 choice lota on Commer
cial St Price waa $2000.
$1900. Choice acre, 5 R. house, has
elec lights, bath water system, built
ins, garage, close In on paved high
way. $250 down, baL $25 mo. Includ
ing Interest
Sz 1 50. Modern bungalow, 6 rooms.
best residential district Cost owner
$4600. Leaving city, forced to sell at
sacrifice price.
For rent houses $7.50 to $25; fur
nished 9io to 940. see:
BECHTEL or THOMASON
241 State Room 4
SUBURBAN HOMES
10-acres, all In crop. 6-R. bouse.
barn, poultry house, close In on paved
road, price reduced to $2850.00 ; give
terma
5-ACRES $2950.00
1-A. filberts, family orchard., ber
ries, good 6 R. house, with electric
Ughts and pumping system, bath and
follet Barn and log poultry house. Re
duced to J2950 A SNAP.
JAa D. SEARS, REALTOR
122 South High Street
POLLY AND HER
. .SGONrA SfrWSOMETHWS) (DQNT TELL ME) 'JEy - IS "L iO S BUT NOT A rT
TkAILK THE TO MILK YER GONNA f )&j3 rdtfT lt'CG) SINGLE lr Fisw
V. (COW, WHY) KK, HON.) I MILK IN AT SP?. Grf J 5 ajTSi CsOLITARyJ I Pvl
J AINT HE ) SR?r GINGERALE) HO I MILK t 12) 1
FOR SALE Real Estatt
GOOD HUTS'
fine tots In N. Salem, f R. house,
garage, fruit, paving and walks
paid. $1000.
S R. mod. home In N. Salem, $2759,
terms.
1 i, I R. house, barn, chicken-house.
test ot soil, 8 saL ti. of Salem,
$1200.
46 A. E. of Woodbum, I R. house.
barn szxso with concrete base
ment silo, chicken-house 26x80,
electricity, fine road, all fine soil,
spring, creek, H crop In barn and
silo, $8000, terms.
R. A. FORKNER
1(10 N. Cottage Tel. 2021
C acres all In orchard. ( room house.
barn and other buildings to settle es
tate; price $950.00 cash.
S acres close to Salem on navement
all In bearing fruit with modern 7
room bouse, no mortgage; will ex
change for clear farm.
We have a client who would like a
large six modern house In Salem,
amount of mortgage Is not Important,
to exchange for property nearly clear.
S. M. EARLE E. E. ROBERTS
208 North High TeL 9678
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5 'A. 2 ml. out new house. USA A
$150 down. Damon, 897 N. Com'L
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FOR SALE FARMS I
BUT A FARM NOW
Prices are going un on farm com
modi ties and farm prices as wetL To
oona fide investors with
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equipment and capital to efficiently
operate, we have to offer several rood
Willamette valley farms on crop baa-I
la Better hurry and investigate as I
tner are moving.
SEE HAWKINS ROBERTS
For Farm Bargains
4 A k ml a v A Wxvihnfi, . I
the bent (vim in Uirim Cn mi I
bldga. electric water system, orchard.
12 cows, z horses, tractor, paved road.
H mL to school, crop, stock and
equipment goes $7000.
240 A. 15 mL from Monmouth, farm
bldga.. woven wire fence, orchard. 80 I
a. in crop, ouou cores or wooa. creek
ana spring, water piped to house. $25
per A. Trade for house or smaller
tract
10 A. 1 mL from Salem on paved road,
fenced, 2 A. timber, 2 A. orchard, 4
room nouse. electric lights, $2250.
M?LYIN JOHNSON, 278 Stat. Street
-STOCK RANCH $2000.0ol-
H?" .fair bld- 40A- lots
of fine timber and pasture, springs.
-or quica sale, xzoov cash. Need mon- 1
ey. See my agent
JAS. D. SEARS. REALTOR
122 South High Street
aeaaafcah "ttti,ir rl nrLTLruVU
224 A. V, cult, good solL 8 R. house. 1
barn, timber, creek, mach. and stock,
i5 per a. iiimjo down.
C. J. JACKSON. 241 State Street
ACREAGE
Better let me sell you that acreage I
and build a house before the rains I
1 . .. i hol, " :. your
nnm, will fft vnn 1... C, 1 1 nn , a wr-i m I
borne will coat you lesa Sell on terma
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. TeL 8302.
FOR SALE 5 acres 4 room house.
ttatm .klni-.. V n.. . l . ti .1...
voiu. mil .,uacr, tiu. MIU, uuo. lu I
vhnn!. nr Ralont win f.v. vnr I
down payment small pavmenta on I
paiance total price iisuu.uu. xeL t
Business Opportunities
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Cafs for rent 897 N. Com'L
Established fruit and vea-etahia bus-1
mess. Take used car as part payment I
Box 258, care Statesman.
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSONAL LOANS
alADB on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When to financial need see
us before closing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Blig. Pboee 8568
PERSONAL INST ALLMENT LOANS
i8 oreron Buiidina. ind Floor
Office hrs. 10:00 A. M. to 6:30 P. It
Telephone iTix. state license no.
aT-AVaP
If c
Borrow on personal property : repay
In monthly Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO.. SUte lie. S-169. Sue
Guardian Bids. TeL 3 877.
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce youi payments
Ton keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Wboeie 4TS9 elm rv
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
For sale cheap 2 cows. 2 Holsteln,
Jersey : 9 month's old registered
Holsteln bulL Call Tit N. High.
0aaaaltaJejaaSesjs
FOR SALE Team, wgt 2600, $78.
Guernsey rows and heifera TeL 8483.
FOR SALE WOOD
GUARANTEED CRT woods opal
TeL 6009 Salens ruel Co. Trade ft
Cottage.
Ash, fir and oak. TaL 1641.
Dry wood. 94.0. TaL 4459.
Phone Tracy's, 2986 for dry wood.
Wood. 100 cords fine second growth.
Bargain for cash, also baled oats, hay.
$16.00 ton. Garden road. Box 188.
FOR SALE USED CARS
VALLET MOTOR CO.
USED CARS :
192T Ford Coup 9 60.00
1926 Ford Tudor .
1925 Ford Tudrrr
1124 Ford Roadster
1929 Essex 4 Touring .
1926 Dodge Delivery
192T Poo Use Delivery
1924 Franklin Sedan
1925 Cleveland Sedan .
70.00
46.00
85.00
85.00
80.00
T5.ee
95.00
95.00
65.00
1927 Chevrolet Truck
1929 Ford Truck. 4 speed trana.
dual tires 225.00
W have a good light trailer 12.60
Marion and Liberty TeL T910.
Open Evenings and Sundaya
Stripped '26 Essex parts cheap, all
Sunday. Rt T. Bx. 22, Burkhart
PALS
FOR SALE USED CARS
Your Own Terms
In Reason -
'33 LIGHT SIX SEDAN Demon-
etrator. Big discount .
'32 TERRAPLANB 8 SEDAN
- Demonstrator; Big discount ,
'30 HUDSON GREAT t SEDAN.
Reconditioned as needed. New
duoo A-l tires, trunk, t ten
der wells 2498
20 BUICK STD. COUPE. A-l
mechanically, good tires, nsw
duco paint : 8476
'89 HUDSON GREATER ( CPE.
Reconditioned from stem to
stern A good tires re t inlshed.
new ear aince -. 0...227S
'32 DURANT SPORT RD3TJL
In extra good condition 2375
'20 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN.
New paint and tires, uphol
stery good -'. 822S
'26 STUDE BAKER LIGHT SE- -
dan. very small mileage i
'26 DODGES SCREEN DELIV
ER!. Good coadiUfta $ 98
State Motdrs Inc.
DEALERS FOR
HUDSON A STUDEBAKER3
TERRAPLANE S and S
Open Evenings and Sundays
wgn and cneraeaeta
CHEVROLET GIVES MORE
'26 Ford Pickup
'25 Overland "t Coach
$ 45.00 I
.oo I
27 Star "6" Sedan
165 oo I
l65o
'28 Gardner "8" Sedan
'28 Chev. Coach
'28 Dodge "6" Coupe
A TVvtM -tf rVnin
2(ioo
WZ9 rora camoiet
'31 Cher. Coupe, special at
265.00
zs Tfasn. sedan
III
'31 Chev. Coach
'30 Oakland Sedan
sosioo I
'32 Chev. Special Sedan Six
wheels trunk, sport light
etc. only 11.600 miles . .
'17 Ford fine tires, license $ 65.00
'17 Chevrolet ; 96.00
'20 Ford long w. b. 4 speed 1
... irmn"' -; " r j 5 ''
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'21 Chev. c wheel truck Van f
'11 Chev. long w. b. I speed
ooay . . .v
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trana
575.00
Liberal Terms Fair Trades
Open Evenings and Sundaya
Mr KAY CHEVROLET CO.
233 Center Tel. 3189 430 N. Com'L
CHEVROLET GIVES MORE
in5T Ford 4 D an. A-L
! llttl "L,?0
$365 '30 Buick Sport Roadster.
JJ25 '39 Chevrolet Coach.
240 North Llbertv
Tel. sm. i
PORTLAND, July Z9. IAIJ
There was no weakness in the I
pen market for butter here at
the weekend aside from that cre
ated by outside Interests, which
were able to force & further re
duction in the price ot under-
, . . .
Bcorefl suuuuKU uuauie ID 1UWCI
tha nrica on ton grades on the
nrnduca crehanrA here
I rrv f
lucio was uu cuaugc iu uuv
terfat buying prices
At the weekend there was no
change in the general status of
the egg trade. Top grade was
holding steady to firm but there
were all sorts of values reported
for offgrade and short held stor
age.
Somewhat bettered demand
was showing in the live chicken
trade; including practically all
grades. Turkeys were in excel
lent call for dressed , stock but
receipts were almost impossible
on account ot the heat.
All through the market for
country killed meats a good tone
I was Showing at the weekend. The
uT exception remained the beef
I trade. This was really weak but
without further nrlce changes.
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ADMIT ONE
Marc Connelly (above), American
playwright, and four other Amer
icans were refused visas to enter
Russia by the Soviet consul at Co
penhagen, Denmark. Edna Ferber
(top) was given an official okey.
Connelly. Pulitzer prize winner,
said he aid not understand the rea
son for the ban.
i WEAKNESS IN
BUTTER MARKET
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From Producer to Consumer
LOCAL CELlY COMPILES IN E AST
Unfamiliar Regulation
Believed Cause ; as .
; Wheat Goes Down
Chicago; July xicap) it
was practically Impossible at
times today to sell any future de
livery ot grain in Chicago at any
price. v.,..v (" . . -
Frightened by nnfamlliar regu
Iatlona Intended to prevent run
away markets either up or down.
many grain traders engaged in ex
cited efforts to get rid ot specula
tive possessions wholesale. The
result was an extraordinary gen
eral selling stampede that for the
second day in succession plunged
all grain values down to the low-
v. w
ergency ruiea.
Ten cents a bushel was thus
slashed from. the value of -wheat
compared with, 4 S hours ago.
The markets ended for the time
belnr In a state of virtual naralr-
notwithstanding , that crop
news was of a character which un
der usual conditions would have
t(l tailed to eager , purchasing and to
snarpiy nigner quoiauons.
Wheat especially closed demor-
allied at the day's bottom figures.
with wheat, rye and bsrley each S
cents under yesterday's finish.
corn and oats respectively down
a cents and 1 cents.
Today's dosing quotations:
Wheat July. 94; Sept., 97:
Dec., 1.004; May. 104.
Corn July, 49: Sept., 53;
Dec, 58: May, 64.
Oats July, no sales; Sept.,
39; Dec, 43; May, 47.
General Markets
raomrcs sxcravob
PORTLAND. Ore, July 29. (AP)
Produce excasafe. est prices: Eatter
axtrss z2c stsBdards zle. prima firsts
20 He. xirstt IV He. freak extrss
Z2e, tretk asediami 20c.
Portland Grain
POKTLAXD. Ore.. Jnly 29. (API-
Wheat Opea Hick Low Close
July 83 85 80 80
(September 82 81 79 79
December 86 4 86H 814 81
Ch whest Ko. 1 Bit Bend blue-
item 78c; dark hard winter 12 per cent
87e. 11 per cent 7Sc: soft white, weetera
white, Sara wiater, aortbern ipring 81c;
.
I western ra c.
I No. 2 white $26.50
Corn No. 2E yellow $25.50.
Millrna Standard $19.50.
Portland Produce
PORTLAND. Ore Jnly 29. (AP)
cotter Pnats, astrat 23c, standards
24c
Batterfat Portland delivery: A srsd
23e ponnd; fsrmer's door deliTSTy
ile pound, sweet cream ac turner.
EgEi raeifio Poultry producers sell
ing price: Overall 24c. extra 22e. stand
ards 20c. mediums 20c. pullets 16c dos-
ea. Buying price by wholesaler: Fresh
current receipt 46 pound and up 15-
loe dozen.
Milk Contract price. 4 per cent
Portland delivery $1.70 cwt; B grade J
cream 17 He pound.
Ihee 82 score Oreron triplets
12 Vie, loaf 13 He pound. Brokers will
pay 2c below quotations.
Country meat Selling price te re-
tailer: Country - kiled hog, beat butch
er, under 150 pounds TVs -8c. Verniers,
70 to 100 pounds 8 He. spring lambs
lie. yrarlinir 4 5c. Heavy awes 2-3e.
Medium cows 4-5e, causer sow 8 8c,
Bull 4 -5c pound.
Mohair laying price: 1933 clip 15a
pound.
Cascara bark Bujicx price: 1933
peel. 2 He pound.
Hops Nominal. 1933, 48-500 pound.
Lira poultry Portland delivery, buy
ing price: Heavy hens, colored, 4V4-5V4
pounds lie, do 5H pounds sad up lie:
hen -ever 3H pounds 9c. under SH
pounds 9c pound. Broilers, pouads.
i.e. Colored springs, 2 pounds up 1S-14C.
Roasters, ever 8H pounds, 1 sc. Boosters
5e pound. Ducks, Pekin. broilers S-lOe;
old ducks colored lOe penal.
Oaions Selling priees to reailer:
Oregon $1.25-1.85 eeatsl.
New onions CsTlifornia, Bermada
$1.25, 60 -pound crata ; sew red $1.35
cental; Walla Walls $1 cental.
Potatoes Lecst 92; Deschutes Gems
$2.25 eeatsl. de Bakers $2.40; Yakima
Gems $2.10.
New potatoes Leeal white and red
$2 eeataL
Strawberries Xew Oregon $1.75
2 erate.
Wool 1933 clip, seminal: Willam
ette valley 23-25e pound; eastera Oregoa
l-21e peaad; seathara Idaho 16 20c
pound.
Hay Buying price from producer:
Alfalfa No. 1. new crop. $19-18: clover
Ne. 2, $14; eastern Oregon timothy $16;
eat and vetch $14 tea.
Hop Holdover is
Lowest in Years,
Total 1424 Bales
Hop sales here the past week
have brought the 1932 holdover
In growers' hands down to 1424
bales, probably the lowest hold
over In years.
Sales during the week Included
a carload bought by Livesley from
Bent Jones at 50 cents and 29
hales bought from Jones by Hart
at 50 cents. Wolf bought 24 hales
from Thiessen and Grenz at the
same figure andNFeedham sold 86
bales to Bishop- A fe small lots
ot 31s were also moved.
Salem Markets
.;' Grade B raw mirk,
co-ep poo price, 91.50 per
hundred. -
Surplus f 123.'
Utltk eased as send saoataty
at terfat a Teresa.
Distributor price f I .TO
Batterfat Top 20-21C,
prints 23c, cube 25c
Prises paid ta grwwere kr Salem k-sref
J sly 29
(Tea Srieca keiew. saaeiied ey a weal
greyer, are iadicatiee t tha dailr asarkat
bet are gaaraatawd ay Tee Stataamaa
raoiT aero vksstajvuu
String beans, leeal, lb .02 M
Cabbage, lb. . .01
Oreea peppers. The Dallas, lb. .10
Peas, eoast is. 1 M .03
Oaieaa. dos. baseaea . ,. IS
Petstees. leeal . 1.25 te 1-50
Lettuce, leeal .65 te .05
Pant Seaad
.LOO te 1.10
2.00
.01
Oaioaa. Calif., swt
Has barb, leeal
Celery.
. woa.
Assies. Traateereat
LOO
Oraages. Valeaeias, faaey 2.2 te 8.25
CTaea -pack 1 te mo
Beets, leeal. dos. J 5
Taraisa, leeal. erate .15
Carrot locsL aes.
10. te ,i
J5 te .SO
Bpiaaca, loeal, erate
Banaeaa. la. ea stack
jOi
Us ads
.05 Vi
Cacwmbars, aetkaeae
.80 to JO
.40
LeeaL lag , ,,,
Gaaaaieapaa. crata
JJ5 te 8.75
s OO
1.00
Lessens
Limes, fresh- '
Avacadea, crata
Seoask, Itsliea, crate
S.2S
.1.00
Bammer. crate
WsteraMleaa, retail
Tomstoes. kotboate
Calif ore la
Tha Dalles
Baspaeriiea"
Blackcaps
1.25 te Ut
1.00
Currant
Loganberries
Cherries, lb.
Peaches, locaL lb
Toanxberries. ersta
Cora. The Dalies, dot.
Apricots, Tha Dallea
Egg plant erate
v rapes, seedieta
Horn
Top. 1932. lb.
.50
BOGS
laytas Prices
Extras , .. .
Standards -Mediums
J9
.IS
47
fOULTBT
Old' roosters .
Colored hens
Mediam hens
Light bent
Leghorns
.18
.US
.07
.11
MEAT
I.smbs, top .
Boss, top
First cots
Steers
5.00
5.40
5.15
.04 U to .05
Cowt
.02 to
.024 to
.02 Vk te
.02 V
.03
.08
.06 V4
Heifer
Bull
Dressed real, top.
Dressed hor
0 HATH AND HAT
Wheat, western red .,,
White. No. 1
Barley, top, ton
Oats, ton .
H,t. bnyiat prises -
Oats and Tetch, ton
Alfalfa, valley lit eat
.07
.80
.. .80
..20.00
23.00
-13.00
15.00
11.00
Clover hay
WOOL
afedium
Course
Mohair
.25
.22
.10
.01
CA80AKA BAEK
Green, lb.
Dry. Ib.
.03
Stocks and Bonds
'Copyright I93S. Standard Btstisties Ca. )
July 28
STOCK aVXUAGES
Todsv 87.6 48.5 94.3
Previous day 69.0 49.5 96.7
Week age 80.2 44.4 91.4
Tear ago 46..S 1S.S 70.9
82.7
S4.8
76.6
46.5
S years ago
High 1933 .
Low 1933 .
High 19S2 .
Low 1933 .
170.1 124.0 2S0.0 173.S
.102.1 58.0 113.T .
. 42.3 23.5 61.5 43.9
72.3 89.8 111.0 73.9
. 35.1 13.3 51.8 85.0
SOSTD AVECAQES
75.9 U 86 8
Today
81.8
81.6
81.1
65.S
Previous day.
Week ago
Tear ago
8 years ago
High 1933
Low 183
High 1932
Low 1932
75.5 82.3 86.7
75.6 81.T 86.0
61.2 58.8 77.4
93.4 107.7 100.3 10O.5
77.1 84.9 88.5 83.5
58.3 57.0 74.1 63.6
71.8 78.0 86.3 78.1
53.3 47.4 70.1 57.5
Demand for Corn
Is Keen, Peaches
Bringing 60-7 Sc
PORTLAND, July 29. (AP)
There was a rsther keen demand
for corn during the weekend ses
sion on the East Side Farmers'
Wholesale market, Offerings were
of only fair volume and Quality i
stock sold rapidly. Sales of a few
local yellow bantam were up to
22 Vic dozen the high point with
the bulk of the supply from The
Dalles 11.10-1.25 crate or sack.
Loganberries wir in fairly
good call, chiefly $1-1.10 crate.
Raspberries were 11.35-1.40
generally with a few $1.50 crate.
Blackcaps sold $1-1.10 crate.
Everbearing strawberries were
$1.90-2.00 crate.
- Peaches moved mostly 75c for
best Alexanders and Triumphs
but some small sixes of the lat
ter sold down to vOc'
Toungberries were sold most
ly $1.50, a few 15c less.
1.00
. .02
1.90 te 2.25
liS
1.48
aa tm i 25
r .75
.08
.05
1.50 to 1.75
JO
7i U.
1.25
2.23
Early Crop is Being
Cleaned up at a V
Profit, Said
PORTLAND, July 29(AP)
It appeared that even the pres
sure of Michigan celery, offered
at a low price within the imme
diate territory, was not sufficient
to-keep fancy Oregon stock from
moving there. Again carload sales
were confirmed to Chicago and
31.75 half erate was still available
here despite the pressure of the
Kalamazo stock.
Oregon celery was still moving
Into central California markets
and there was every likelihood
that sales of fairly liberal volume)
will be made Into Los Angeles
and the entire southern sector
during the coming week.
Early celery was being rapidly
cleaned up and growers have this
season made some profits. Late
crop was really late and there was
a very liberal acreage with most
excellent growth In sight.
Radio
Program
STnTDAT, Jnly SO
XW rOKTLAXD 620 Kc
8:15 Radio City concert. NBC.
:15 Palaser House eeaeart ease sable,
NBC.
9:80 Judge Butaerford.
0:45 Hark: Daaiets, baritoee.
10:15 Iatemationsl Badie Feraaa, NBC
11:00 Lady sther serenade, NBC.
11:30 Dr. Ralph W. Slorksssn, NEC.
12:30 Organ recital. NBC.
1:00 World ot Beligioa. NBC.
1:30 Kva Jessys choir. NBC
3:00 Catholic, hoar, NBC
2:30 Poltikaff Novelty orchestra, KBO.
3:90 Wisdom ef ate Age. NBC.
5:30 Album of FsmUiar ataaic. NBC "
6:15 Impressions e( Ilaly, NBC.
6:45 Sunday at 8elh Parker's, NBC.
7:15 Donald N Otis. NBC.
7:35 Orchestral Cams. NBC.
9:05 Golden SoaneJs KF.X.
9:30 Charles Hart. NBC.
10:15 Bridre te Dreamland. NBC.
11:00 Bai Tabaria erchestra, NBC
IfOlTDAT. Jury Si
SOW rOKTLASD 630 Ks.
7:000. 8. Navy band. NBC.
7:30 Organ concert. NBC.
8:00 Johnny Martin. XBC.
8:30 Merrie ilen, NBC.
-9:15 Buckaroos. NBC.
9:30 Cooking school.
10:30 Woman's Magaiine of the Air,
NBC.
11:30 Words and Mosic, NBC
11:45 Happy Jack. NBC.
12:15 Western Farm and Home hour,
NBC
1:00 Casino erchestra. SBC.
2:00 Al Pearr and His Gang, NBC
3:00 Slow River. NBC.
8:20 Friendly Chat.
4:45 Gould and Shelter piano duet,
NBC.
8:00 Wind ways. XBC.
5:1S Fairview Farms.
6:00 Captain Ervia Traffic Talk.
6:15 The Hour Clai. NBC
6:45 Concert trie. NBC.
7:00 Asm 'a' Andy. NEC
7:15 P. A. Cook program.
8;0O Covered Wagwn Day. Gerort.
8:30 Stars of the We, XBC.
9:00 Four Shade of Rhvthm, EOUO,
9:30 Aesop's Fables, NBC
10:15 Melody Mixers. NBC.
11:00 Abe Lyman's orchestra, XBC
11:30 Arioa trio, NBC.
XOAfJ COSVALLIS 654) ate.
6:45 Farm market reports.
8:00 Morning roneert.
9:00 Home Economies Observer.
10:30 The Psrsda ef Melodies.
11:30 t'ncle Sam at Your Service.
12:00 Farm hour.
2:00 As You Like It.
2:30 The Hamemakers half bear.
6:S0 Tn the Day' News.
7:30 State department ef agriculture,
new law.
7:45 Farm hour.
8:15 Philosopher of tne CroeS roads.
FIGHTS MOBS
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CoL Franklin S. Hutchinson is di
recting the government's drive on
inter-state racketeering. He is ex-
Crieneed - in investigation work
ring been is charge of rounding
up draft-dodgers during the war.
CoL Hutchinson is pictured at his
desk in New York where he is look
tag over the situation.
By CLIFF STERRETT
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