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HELP !W ANTED MAl
gve ted: two solicitors, also anuUsurt
entertainers. Call 155 S. merry.
- mr.K- fop farm work. BmaTl
C. Rawuaey-r. Bt. tj Jefferson). Orer
Glr wanted lor general housework.
Write Mt izv, statesman.
Woman between IS aad 60. to star
with child for board anA-rsom, and
nma wares: Interview attar 1 :00 eve
rting. 1677 Chemcketa.
SITO AT10NS WANKED
' r.t wlnr a housework. Capable' of
taking full charge. Boom 25, Central
ioteL Tel. mi.
Erp, woman, 25e hour. TeL I SI 7.
Wanted: Work by hauaekeeper
with email child. Bet: lszs s. izm b.
i Younf man wishes position fts chauf
leZt os track driver. Bets. Box 222,
FOR SALE ICsalaceoa
Old papers 10a a-jbaadl Btatesman
Saw gmmmtnc aad; aharpentaK
mils XL, Soar Comers. TsL 4220.
M I L IC
HI Grade pasUnrlzed. aS produced
jaa mio k.varfft Tilaiae.
Pleasant Home Dairy. Dial lit. CaQ
uio-v. hnui rvrtateeed. nets ter pupa.
Siuw dor sires. D. IT. Bowley, Holly-1
wood Kennels, Rt r. Boa XM.
Hair cut 20c. 101 N. Commercial.
- ii i nfi i i f rr"iMi"- - - - -
Bicycle, cheap. Trade for wood. TeL I
Students See our 117.50 Typewriter
Rmimi chnlca of Und.. Smith, RoyaL
Rj-n. Machtnes for rent Typewriter
schanra New location, 420- Court.
"HI. I. I. I. I. I. II II ' ' -
Rose velvet Jacket dress with blouse,
also winter coat and black and white
hr akirt and blouse, sizes 24 to- St.
Cheap, or wOl take wood in chsnre.
Varley Cleaners, over Pay 'n Tskit
Store, N. ComL ' - j
aji t rxnxfyi o nnrmrrr " - - -- --
-vt fail MarsK 25 cents buahet at
Tti Rural avenue .Also pure, fresh
elder, 25c rdllon. Phone 8854. '
a- -a a
Sllrhfly used, also new pianos at re
duced prices. See them, from ' j
Tallman s, S8a isut bt near o
Depot; - -v- ' ' . ;
Good Crosier Radio. Win take wood.'
' Tet 888S, .
n.iii'm Tinrri 1 '
Double beer cabinet used one week.
Tot 8181. IMwofflint. Tel. 8C88.
TOADE- Miscellaneops : .
T trade, -milk roaU for lumber.
Kou Sue Porter. Rt. 1. Box 08.
Wanted: Feeder vigs, R. T, Box 4.
Hair cut 25a Joe'a Barber Shop.
NBA. 154 SU Church St v
Wanted : Veal and heavy bora. High
est price-paid. Schallar Meat Supply.
l a 12U St..
1 .-.-l . H - "I 'I - -
Business woman wanta refined Udy
to ahare coxy apt-Gararav TeL days
4SJ3 or call e-enlnrn w. IStr,
e llISlXANEOUS ff
Expert bairnttlnav 30 and 15a 803
B. Winter. -''-' 7 . ,
We pick up dead, worthless horses,
cows, aheep. TeL 480--
FOR RENT-OOMS -
Furn. room, private bath. TsL 1688.
KLmm t- trim T SO Til B WltA Staepins
porcbea 726 Court TeL 8722. -
. Sleeping room. 438 N. Uberty.
- Heated aleeping rooms with hot an4
cold water. 255 Center.
nr.- -.n. n u'lnnrar i'
' Sleeping rm. 88 mo. 1178 Chem efceta.
ROOM AND BOARD
Attractive weU furnished rooms with
boad. Preferably te teachers or office
una TeL 2536 or call 330 N. Sum
mer any time before 1 ' p. m or be
tween 3 and 5 p. to. - -
Rm. and Bi 14.50 per week. Two
la rnw f 4 WfeSTeL T313.
a.n uiiiuft . .eee
Room and board across from staU
office building. 188 N. 12th.
Board. room, rrlvste home. Tel. 6839
Pattoa Apartments. Down town dis
trict. Can Patten's Book Store.-
.11 , i-ii-n i . 1-- -' 11 !---
Lovely S-rm. apt, h. w. heat eleo.
refrig. gars-e. 325. Phone 61 5 A
. .FOR RENT HOUSES
ai.n -ii-inrii i ii iiimiKaW
Forn, unfurn. boose Torrene A
Grant floor , ldasonle baildinr.
Ptone 616L " ' , '-' ' '
Furn. and anfurn. houses. R. A.
Ftirkner. 1610 N. Cottage, TeL 8031.
aji.iu-i.ixni ii ' -- ai
c"JU. ,,, 310: also 6-room fur-
FOR RENT HOUSES
Coxy 3-roum home. nook, full base-
moat, modern. 1110 Lee St- i
-r. hnuaer oarage, fruit' garden.
la. Adults, 1S mo. Tel. Hit.
Mod buncslow close in. CCO N. Cottace
For ''rent: 870 Statesman $15.60'.
Lee street $17.09: 1985 North 4th
3J0.ee ;iwo. s. Htrn. at sis.ee:
a Chorea St.. 317.50: ISM Wtit
Hill $lt. P. H- Bell, 225 Oregon
bios., phone ssex - , ,
Neat K room furn. duolex. Water,
garage, elec washer. $20 tuo. 1125 Jef
ferson. ' 'L ' '':'" "is "
Apt, rooms, 042 Union, TeL SS21
FOR SAX&-4Zea! EsUtd
4rooai farniahed. bonamlow, - rood
lltnHna t7t Il&ft dawn. '
s-room rurnlsbed born tn r. Baiem, k
Msement. rarare. pavina, wts or irumi
room bomev Z larra lots, lots oi
frntt, doaa- to school, $1100.
Melvln Jotmson, 275 State, Ph. C7SI.
LAok! On ttt tbe finest rancnes to
Willamette valley, 220 acres, nearly
ITS m aJfajfs, mora can ha added. Con
dition, makes H the most faysrable- In
come and dairy ranch -tn the state. Cuts
nearly .1000 tons-alfalfa, ready sale on
premises, SlS.oe per ton.. Can be sou
folly eoatnoed HL' stock or without.
This rancn mast be seen ksnr rains
Might Uke-boss trade. K. E. SaSmfer,
62 Court St, Phone 1T. x
A HOME TO SUIT EVERT
SmalL S-room house with Urre lot.
wen located. Price, only $000.
To deae an estate. 1-room plastered
nouss wltn cood plumwnr, electric
Hgtrts. corner lot Price $5ft.
We hays a choice corner lot In B.
Salem, pared street fruit and shade J
trees, comfortable (-room house. Price
A real SNAP m a new 4 -room nouse
not Quite completed, corner lot, paved
street, zoors for sue-balf value. Price
only $1200. Less for cash.
Jk. weu lee ted s. Salem bunralow or i
5 cheerful rooms, buUt-ins, rood plumb
ing, fireplace, basement furnace, rar-
ase. Price for short time only $2400.
' A REAL BUT hi a choice residen
tial- district in E. Salem, neat 6 -room
cottars, plenty of built-ins, fireplace.
run basement, romace, aarare. Price
$2800 with liberal terms.
Beautiful 8. Salem home of 8 well
arranged rooms, individual in style,
nice shrubs, flowers and lawn. Priced
very tow ar $4000.-
CHIUS ft MILLER. Realtors
244 Stat St Phone 0708
For sale: Four-room house, bath, two
lots. Phone 111F11.
House and 2 lota Sell cheap. Anna
Patton, 705 Court St
mm . . . - i--i-M-ry-.'iirnnrwvtfwow.wnrirwui
By owner poultry ranch, rood bides.
v-iose in. z.i state sc
A "New DeaT
in settler real estate.
Sales Exchanges Rentals
Ask for Maffasioe
"14 J So. High St
Dry wood, all kinds. Call 48F14,
For sale or rent to A plastered 4-
room bouse; just south of city limits. J
VL C SHIELDS
228 Oregon Bid.
Best buy in town Good 5-rm. house
11250.' Bif lot Small rent payments.
Call at 1048 Trade.
GOOD HOME BUY
, 82800 buys a dandy 5-room home.
BIr living; room, dinlnr room, basement
furnace, tray a 2 nice blgr bedrooms
Corner lot. Paved street, cloee to
school. Give good terms. Better look at
tit before you buy.
JAS. D. SEARS, 122 S. High St
. .Real- Estate and Insurance
EXCH A N GE Real Estate
For enchanre Have 9 -room house,
larre lot Clear; no assessments. Taxes
aa paid. Property renteo, w every a
months, in advance. If want property
fax Xjob Anceies for land in Oregon te
rrase 180 head of sheep, submit to A
E. Hack, 21S w. stn nace, os m
srelea ; '
Bale or trade, one S and one 10
acres. Buildings. 10 minutes drive E.
of Salem. Owner. Bon 218. Statesman.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Wanted: small house-for catn.. wall 1
8404. - V - ' ;
nam atattnn. 4-car rarase. 7 city lots.
Mnrm 1th Mvanc auarteTS. Barn, wood
h t. a cda. wood. z murs casx ox
Salem. No competition. Box 819,
autesman. . - -'.!.-'--
vw aala or rent: Service station i
garage. Inquire 285 Cbemeketa St
Wanted! Te buy milk rente. Retail,
wholesale or both. Box 221 EUtesman,
. Paying gas station, 2 pump. Re
na Ir aa rare. Nice 5-room bungalow.
Large poultry house, barn and 8 acres
rood soil, fine garden. On North- Pa
1 Sd to 70 acre ranch.
I JAS. D. BEARS, 112 & High St
cific Birnway. Uive terms or iraas uir
Real Estate ana insurance
MONEY TO LOAN
MrrKKV. Ko better security than a
first mortgage loan property- mado,T
per bent Interest payable semt-annually
City or larm property.
EB U3 for real estate mortaage
A KILLER. INC.
244 State St '
Automobile and chattel loans, 1 to
20 months to repay at lowest possible
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
. A local corporation
1st NatT Bank Bids. Phone 8553
Licensed by State
"wiii a Loan
Tim ran borrow tin to 8300 from as
. . -.
Come in . . . Write . . or 'Phone
818 state st TeL 3 - 4 - T
' " fiA M1 WANTED -
' . - -
Tr..am wT. SeSorST FeUnobn
tsnSS for dlr from.Roilah-
mrltf votirealf. See ns for hirhly SO- a i-nr tVnm Rnlrlla T Wastar. I burn and restoration ' Of - her
cured first mortgage real estate loWr their 10-vear-I maiden name, Fessoline Hocken-
i v Interesting Facts
to Ieara that our fire chief does
not read the Salem papers. He
.nnit at ipast keep intonnea
about the actions of the council
If he did read the papers
rii r ara three sub-fire sta-
tlons la the city of Salem.,
The total taTestment -of equip
ment in each station Is about $10.-
naa besides about 1400 .feet or
at a value of si Per IOOI at
Each station has the following
Fuel ; "
Gas . . -50
Electric llhta 2.50
Garbage serrlce - . .75
2 men at 1135 1270.00
2 men at $121.50 . 243.00
Total cost of each
station . . , $525.75
Since January 1, 1933,
months, tbe South Salem station
has had only 31 calls. About 3tf
calls a month, or over $150 per
During the same I months pe
riod the North Salem statiton has
made 45 calls or 5 calls per month
and the East Salem station has
made 39 calls.
In spite of the facts siren
above admission ct student vol
unteer help to these stations has
LIVESTOCK, and POULTRY
Wanted : Cow to board through win- I
ter for use of milk. Phone
cween z and s jr. m.
FOR SALE WOOD
Phone Tracy a, 2988 for dry wood.
TeL SO00 Salem Feel Co.
au sanos wooa TeL 4418.
Drylir, oak. TeL7. EarhartBroa,
Ash, fir and. oak. Tel 8848. ,
Oak wood for sale. TeL 8888.
Dry wood, all
Smith A RhImtil
kinds. Call 48F14,
LOST AND FOUND
Lost: Two 2$ bins, tn downtown dls-
tvict 1848 State st
' Found : Black and white colli Aor
ta August Owner call 421 & Cottage,
LOST : somewhere In Salem, a Dime. I
Leave at Statesman office for Identifi
Strayed from my premises Saturday
night one black mule. Finder please
notiry j. a. woit. Turner, Kt. X.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Fordson tractor and plow. In - f-ood I
condition, cheap. O. W.- McRae, Rick-1
reau, ure., care- i-Tanic .armer.
Borrego's Better Buys
1928 Dodge Sedan with Karl-
1929 -Ford 4 -door Sedan
1928 Oakland Sedan
1527 Bulck Sedan
1928 Overland 8 Sedan
We have some cood trucks
240 N. Liberty TeL
WANTED USED CASS
Best used car.
150 cash, Roou
3-OW gertltm 20 a-4.
; Thursday, Oeteber S
T :00 r ear leathern 8m r era, BBC" .-T:15Ora-aa.
Concert, KBO. y
TrfSO Exercise and Appleaanee, KBQL
9 US The Widow and Angel, NEC,
0:45 Cooking SchooL
10:00 Woman's Maraxiae, KBO.
11:00 Standard School Broadcast, HBO.
12:15 Farm aad Home,-NBC.
8 :0O- Viennese Unsalable, HBO.
8:20 Friendly Chat
4:00 Twenty Flag srs et Harmony,
i'tll I Taj ttlt-lita VUrt -
0:00 Captain Henry's Showboat, KBO.
s:oo Amoa 'a' aaay, weu.
8:15 Standard Sysrphony Hoar, KBO.
9:30 Stesmbost Harmony, KBO
10:15 Anson Weeks, NBC.
11:00 Sid Lipoma a, KBO.
11:80-12:00 Bel-Tahsrin, NBO.
K0A0 Oorvalns 660 JOla.
T:20 Meraing Meditation led by Dr.
' Joha 8. Bursa.
0:00 Home Economics Observer.
10:00 Parade of Melodies. :
11 :00 Better Health sad Lesger Life,
11 :S0 jwning . atstinee.
12:00 Nooa Sena Hour.
8:00 Horn ensera' Half Hour.
8:80 The Home garden. '
4:3O-5:00-Here's to Tsar Health
with Dick Mote sad his orches
T:16 Prat A, 6. Lnna "Starting the
'. Pullets in PaB Prodaetioa."
7:45 Science News of the Week.
8:15 Tea Minute with Famous People.
8:45-0:00 Piahing and Hunting Cendi
tioas la Ore son by the State
gama eommiaaioa. , ' . ..
I DesettioTi Charged
7w vJvTanri : rf-ThraaX annulment of his inarriago eon
- o TJf.Ttr T)irnTrf 'Stilts
1 W ISIVUILC O Ui t
' ' r
... .. I .
old aon Bruce Ernest Westerner. 1 smith. . . -
' Cards la tbia directory run
on monthly basis only. Kate:
f 1.00 per line per month. ;
Miks.Psnelt the brake a nd fhtnuny
doctor. 276 South- Commercial Btreet.
nt usd. -Tlrea RepeJrmr.
HAHRT W. SCOTT. 147 R CornT St
Puller Brush Man. TeL 240L
Burt Crary, the caterer. Ph. CT.
Hulda- Helps Hostessea- Tel 9UX
Telephone 4450 R. g. Worthnesa,
When Others Fail
Nature's herbs for every m. & S.
Low, noted Chinese herbalist. 47S .
Commercial Street Balam. Oreson.
BstabUsbed .since 1112 la Oakland.
Calif. Consultation free. Telephone
1768. Hours 0 to C Sua. 10 to 12 M.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday. 10 :2j a. m.
to 4:20 p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
DR. a L. SCOTT, PSC, Chiropractor.
5 N. High. Tel. Rea 0572.
CUT Dowers, weddlna bouquets fun
arMtliL deeorationa C Jr. Brelt
faanpt, florist. WT Court TeL 2904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luta Pier
let. lth a- MarKetiei1a
a ... .nil winAaw siass aairrocav TeL
slot. Walter J. Powns. esO Breya.
KECKS dt HENDRICKS
182 N. High TetWJ
rTOFFET-SMITH. ran. Ins. Tet W.'
THB NEW SALEM LAUNpRT
est s Htrt TeL 8128
CAPITAL CITY. LAUNDRY
- i- OiuIIv and Sarvlca
hoW31S 1284 Broadway 1
Mattresaas from factory to home. Cot-j
ton mattress, v in. - ",'"T
and fumlgators. Ruga cleaned. Cajritel
Bedding Co. TeL 4U. v-tiw-
New mattress made te order, old re
made rrpet cleaning, slxlng: fluff
rur weavmg. Salem Fluff Rug Ma
TFtorV. a 18th A Wilbur, TsL
- . . r a. tail
tl4. Otta. r . '4.trtriTcr. p,pu iJijj
rrn r w7T.T-Planoa radios, sewing
machines, sheet music and piano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sew in. machine 432 State btreet.
t. n. Altman. m. u. tomeopuiji.
gaic.- . vIum center t
ch ronic di-ea-ea
PAINT AND ROOFING
Sulem Paint Rooflna;. 474 Ferry.
FOB STATIONERY, cards.
. . . s mat anw rtvirl Or
Department 216 B. Commarcuu. xee-
BECK- A HN PRICKS, TeL 49 4T.
VT . ja. w ... - . m m mm
, . mTNHf IKK l- K
ill S. Uhrtv- Bt
SOCOLOFSKT SON .
t. Tlrat Nan. Bk. Bldg. Tel.
8TOVES and stove repalrtn. Steres
for sales rebunt and repaired. AU
kinds of Woven wire fence, fancy Jbnd
lain, hop baskets, hooka, bp hooka
hTZ. and Stove- Works, 262
Chemeketa, Tel. 4T74. R. B. Fremlwr.
-wd i i m. blatant transfer storage,
call ilTlirmer Traasfar Co. Trucks I
to portiana amy.
CAPITAL) CTTT Transfer Ca 238 1
State St TeL tiis. uuicriou-s.i "-
warding and storage our iits.
Get otir ratea,
tv-xirwT?TT!RAdd!nr Mch . sold.
rented, repaired. Underwood AgentA
Cooke A rjnort, hi .v-rqrjL----
First class - npbjOl storing. Cushions
made and rebuUt Canvas work. u
bank'a Upholstery Shop with Sora
han's Finish Shop. 464 Ferry St
R. a. West, 30-years experience, kfd
T. Bov 303 E. Tel. Iioss. - :
However ha atipulatM that the
mother and child be permitted to
Ravmond EL iAmbert asked
d rreed ta $ay l-a. month
fQr gnpport of RaD- Lorralno
Lambertr I Ho said ho would be
wtiiinw to oa more. If able, but
. I unn lit ant da SO. ; -
Decrease Seasonable; Prices
Followed, Fresh Stock;
OniorP Market Soft
PORTLAND. Oct 4. (AP)
The advance of lc in the price of
ergs named by the Paelfle Co-ops
and generally followed for fresh
stock by the private trade, sag
rested ' contlnaed decrease in of
ferings here, which was more or
less of seasonable character. How
ever, the decrease was less than
normal and somewhat : smaller
than usually expected.
phices named in Portland were
generally those that rule while In
some markets a. higher price is
published but seldom obtained.
Reflection of this was noted in a
recent survey which shows that
less than 15 per cent of total sales
ware at extreme, price and most
of the business below those named
at Portland, although a lower rate
was-named: here than, elsewhere
' Storage stock, was beginning to
ease, off despite the-strength in
fresh goods as quality was deteri
Trading In the butter market
appeared not only Quite active lo
cally but prices were steady to
firm and especially on the lower
scores' which did not recently ad
Live chicken market was rather
mixed here. Moulty hens were ab
solutely without demand and they
should be kept at home, according
to leading receivers here. Good
call was shown for broiler stuff.
Market for country killed calves
was showing further weakness for
ton grade stuff but was cleaned
up for heavy offerings.
First big shipment of Deschutes
potatoes of the season was report
ed. Crop is a big one and tubers
of moderate size with quality up
to the normal Deschutes standard.
Priced around $1.50 with bakers
a dime better.
Market on onions was a trifle
soft locally with Increasing stocks
from Yakima and a sprinkling
from Walla Walla- while- locals
were making their appearance
here and there.
Prane harvest in this section
of the valley will be completed
h- tha first of the week, S. H,
Van Trump, county hortlcultur-
1st,, says. In the Kelier bottom
I jectlOn. the PICK Will euu iamr
r u.Hdar morninr. while in
' - .
J the hills sections south of town.
it will be Sunday or Monday be
fore the last tree is stripped.
Loss of prunes due to splitting
from September rains and brown
rot will probably run 20 per cent,
Mr. Van Trump estimates. The
loss la not as heavy as at first
feared, due to favorable weather
the past five or six days. While a
portion of the prunes split, they
did not crack entirely open and
Tf..lV , t a a A l
SO were usaoie. w earner wiw
tlons of the past few days hare
brought improrement In the iia
ror of prunes. Early in the sea
son some drying was done Deiore
pruneg were reaiiy sufficient-
rP- . . .. m
The walnut narvesi is wu-
, VI. cur with 1
ing ptU-UCO tuio J-w-i "
nut orchardists beginning the pick
in a small way. As Is usual, nuts
ara tallin first right in Salem
and in the growing districts north
of town. Filberts are pretty well j
Killed by the December, rreese
I . v
nd further reduced Dy xne jun-
piigni. nui croya are ij ,L
year, walnuts win oe i-s iuau
half of last year's crop, la spite
m mmm a V ...
of the fact that some young or
chards will help the average, Mr.
Van Trump finds. Filberts will
run not more than a fourth of
last year's yield.
PRUriE HARVEST TO
VJ1N0 UP TJEXT WEEK
':-''" .- : -sui-: ;
: - -i r :
Because she savedMa Waia
vaia . rV aw srmf rrantTDOTw us
r wrecked,-J.-.NobV .C
diaa war -eteraJijnaa.
life or liberty to w unem -
Welt (below), nurse, who is awalt-
! I-- e-4a1 at Ranta - CtU CaL,
irg-l with slaying Francis Grace,
v S ipsiiisT magna te
RISE AVERAGES 4.3 . 1
POlfJTS; SALES UP
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. (AP)
Helped . by a favorable technical
position," stocks swung into their
best railyv in 'several "Weeks . today .
and closed with net; gains of 2-8
points, for the more -active favor
ites.-Too aterage rise,- 4.9 points,
was . the largest since July 24
when the market was recovering
from its big mid-eammer -slump.
Sales totaled 2,127,485 shares.
Gams of 2-3 points were made
by U. S. Steel, Bethlehem Steel.
Americas; Telephone, General: Mo
tors. American Smelting, Consoli
dated Gas. North American, Mont
gomery Ward, Lackawanna, Penn-
syiraala. Harvester, Goody e a r.
Great Western Sugar and Wool-
worth. Da .Pont. .Case, Westing-
house, All 1 d Chemical, TJ. S.
Smelting, Eastman Kodak, U. 8.
Industrial Alcohol. New York Cen
tral and Chrysler were no 3-4 or
more,-while Union Pacific jamp-
ed 8 and National Distillers about
7.Horaestake soared ISTi to 370.
POSTLAh'D, Ore Oct. 4. (AP)
Prodoee e-ckange,-. net prices: Better
Extras Sle, staadards 20e, pnate firfts
lOHe. firsts 18. Xfgs Fresh extras
27c, freaa-aMdibma 24c. .
1 Portland Grain
Hick Low Close
78 78 78
TBtt 73 ?Stt
Ca&a. wheat Ko. 1 : Bis Bead btnestesi
77: aark hard winter 12 pet 70. 11 net
60; soft white, western white, bard win
ter, sort-era tprinr 67; westera red 65.
Oats: Ke. 3 waits 23.00.
Cora: Ko. it yellow 22.50,
Xillraa standard 18.50.
POBTLAKB, Ore- Oct. 4 (AP)
Batter - Priats, extras 23c, standards
Batterfat Portland delivery: A grade
20e; fBTSier't door delivery lSe per
pound; sweet cream 5c higher.
legs Pee i tin poultry predacera' sell-
tag prices: Overaiae 29, -extras 27e,
standards 24a, mediums 2Sc, pullets ITc
dosea. Bay ins price by wholesalers:
fresh extras 28c dosea, tints 21e, me
diaa lSe aotea, aaaerrrsde 13c, pal
Cheese- 02 scare Orecoa triplets
lie; leaf 12e poaad. Brekers will pay
ze Deiow qsotanoDS.
ilk Coa tract price 4 per eeat
Portland delivery 8L.7D cwt; B grade
cream 87 e peuad.
Ceoatrr meats Selllas Price te re
tailers: Country killed, bogs, best batch
ers, seder 150 pounds 7-Se. Yealers,
90 te 120 pound 8-8 He. Hskt sad tbia
4-Sc heavy calves 4e poaad. Lambs 0-
lOe pea ad, ytrUags 4-6e poand. Heavy
ewee 2-Se peand. Uedium cew 3-5a
pound, eannr cows l-2e pound. Balls
4-4 He pound.
If ohair t Buyisf price: 1923 clip
15e - poaad.
Cateara bark Buying price, 1938 peel
Hops Homlntl, 1933, 88-40e pound.
' Lire noaltry Portland dellTary: Buy
ing prices: Colore fowls, 4 to 6 poanda
12c. over 6 pounds 12e, Spring pullets,
2 to 8 poonda, 126. Boaster, over 8
pounds 12c. Leghorn fowls, ever 3H
pounds 8c, under SH panada 7c. Brailera
1 ot S poand i 14e, 8 ponnds and up
12e. Stags Se, Booster 6c Pekia docks
10s. Colored sock Sc. Geete 9s poaad.
Onions Takima 1.25;. Oregon 2L25
1.40 eentaL '
Potatoes Local white aad red 1.25
esatal; Takima 31.25-1.60.
Cantaloupe Dillard. standard i.so
1.50; Taki a, standard, SO-SOe crate;
The Dalles 81 crate.
Wool LOSS clip, nominal: Willamette
valley 23-25e pennd; eaatera Oregsa 10
21e pound: southern Idabe l-20e pound.
Hay Baying price from .producer:
Alfelfa,No. L, new crop flff-18.50; veUk
815: WUlamette valley timothy 815:
eastern Oregon timothy 917.50; oats fid
II !- 1 If. .
POHTLAJTD, Ore- Oct. 4. (IP)
Cattle Beeeipts 40, ealvea 10; (teudy.
Steers, common and medium S2.50-4.7S.
Heifers, rood, common and medium 32.75-
4.25. Cowi, common and medium 32.50
8.25; alow cutter end cutter 81.25-2.50.
Bulls, good snd choice 63-830. Vealera,
mod and. efcaiea SS-T.50; enlL eon Ion
and medium 38-0; calves, good snd
ehoice 34-5.60; sommen snd medium 32
A Hog Beeeipts 100; light butchers 5e
Lightweight good and choice 34.75
S.40: n diam weieht. rood sad eheiee
4.75, heavyweight, 'good sad eheiee
64.40-4.85. Packing sows, medium gad
good 38.28-4.25. Slaughter pigs, good sad
ehoice 38.60-4. Feeder stocker pigs,
good and choice 04-4.75.
Sheen Receipt 400; steady.
Lamb, mod and choice 85-5.75: com
mon and medium 38.50-5. Yearling wets
era 82.50-4.50. Ewes, medium to choice
StoclaS and Bonds
(Copyright. 1983, Standard Statistics Co.)
fCanwriebt. 1938 SUadard Statistics Co.)
Todav 01-6 44.4 76.7 8LT
Previous dsv 86.1 41.5 72.8 76.8
Waek era . 85.6 42.7 72.S 76.6
Tear ago 01.7 83.0 99.2 63.0
S year ago i4s.s 113.3 zuo.i ian
102.1 58.0. HAT 90.0
Lew 1988 .
High 1081 .
Low 1931 .
High 1031 .
Lew 1981 .
42.3 2S.y 61.5 48.0
T2.i 80.8 111.0 T8A
S5.1 18.2 51.S 85.0
140.9 106.2 203.0 144.3
60.0 80.8 92.S 61.3
; . T3.2 T8.9
Week sgo .
S yean ago
Efjgk 1938 -Lew
78.1 78.0 78.5 74.8
73.5 78.T 78.8 .75.7
65J) 70.8 84,2 73.4
03.0 100.4 100.7 101.8
77.1 84.9 88.5
.58.8 57.0 74.1
Vl.S 70.0 86.8
58.2 74.4 70.0
90.4 105.T 101.5
62.8 62.3 80.3
Wavra Leases Hook
Farm; Estate Wfll
Hold Sale Tuesday
MT. ANGEL, Oct. 4. Or-Ute
and LeLone Hook, s-mlnistrators
of the Tolbert Hook seUte. will
hold a sale of all household goods
and farm implements on the place
Tuesday morning. October 10. at
o'clock. Charles Birtchet of Mark
ham, will auctioneer. The Metho
dist Ladies Aid of Markham,
aerra lnnch. Y '-.--l-
- J -
1 The) Hook farm has been
ed by Joe Warn of ftit. Ansel,
who will take oosseesioB soon
ter the sale, Jo plans to set
hope oa part of the piftca.
'. Orado sj, raw 4 tnUk.
co-op . pool price, f MS per
haaMzredL r-- -
Surplus f 10. : -f-
- IKIlk bated ea seaU sMatUs
Oalsttfat a rsca.) . ,
, IHstrfltor price f 1.70
?Battettat ; v Top 10c,
priats 2Sr, cubes Hc.
rrltee paid te rrewers - by Salem ssyets
Ucteaer 4 -fTis
prieec below, in polled bv s local
freeec, fe iadlesUve of tbe daily market
as are aot rssrastesa ay Tbe auteuaaa)
raOTT aJTD TEOBTABUS
Itallaa Breeeeli, hjf - ,50
Parsstps, box. 1st so
Tnraipa, box Ins , - -, , , JiO
Raubagaa, la bos .65
Braaeet prrata, his
uoesi etr plant - t .03
Ceast sws, lb. J9
lias eaas, lb. "
Cbbta cwt , .M to LOO
vseea peppen. leeav in, .o
Onlaaa. aei.- basvfces i "
Potatoes,, leesl ' te UtS
tettaee, local 6S te JS
CaMfevJtia, teed ,- a no to S.40
JJO te .13
Oaieas. Walia WsUs, ewt. .
Lsoiss - - i i-,,
Onagaev Faleaeias, iaacy SUM ta lit
Place yek L75 te 8.35
Beets. leeaL aos. .15
Taraipa, leeal, - , M
Carrou. local, dos 45
Spinach, local, crate
Bsnaaas. is. sa stack
Caeoaabsra, botbenae. bax
.00 te 1.10
Lsaaeaa . . . ..
SqDtitL DaaiM. lot.
Hubbard sqaask .
: Tomatoei. The Dalles
Peaches. Yskhaa, crate
Com, local, dot,
Seedless (rapes, lue ,
Tekay rrape .
Praaea,- log, Borbssks
1088 fatties, lb.
103S clusters, lb.
Old -eastern .
Leg-era fry ara
Spring lamb, top
Steers ... , ...
Dressed Teal, top
QgATH AXD HAX
Wheat, westers red
.White, So. 1
Barley, top, toa
Oats. feed, toa
Oeta, milUng, toa
Oats sad vetch, toa
AUaBe, valley, tint cut.
C ver hay
SO to .75 ;
Gross - Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
lWhat noted aviator "reieatly
broke all existing woTda
com plating a round-the-world
sole Sightt Wiley T
g What Hissewrt e8M
decoasad, is credited - with
erigiaat- lb f amans saytagt
Ta areas IrTisawi, yeuve
wot ta ahow as? .'
I Adventitious Sound ;
IS Fuss - -
If Father J .
15 European mouatai range
1 Notable period
19 Bra Wed
21 Hypothetical force
1 Masculine name
87 Aa orgaa of aerial flight
40 Eccentric rocatmg-pmcw
42 Sooner than
45 Dirlsion of a drama
47 Organ of hearing
51 What American statesmsa 1
called the "Expoausder -of
tmttttltltm H iBMH-KsnBM-UMMBl-H-HB
55 Arabian garment
57 A covered colonnade
S3 A blustering dry wind
60 Old time - ,
62 Scold continuously
63 English collegiate town
64 To Decome dull - -
65 A 2fia edVomaav
1 State la Germany '
' 2 Jropelling impksnent -S
A blow - , '
I s Bv what -ease Is tbe palaea
- the pop el iaswwT
' Xmtraaco ;
. T Not any
. : (Contend -
tt TTlttsro "v f r "
Wheat declined three cents per
burhel on tthe Salem market yes
terday as the first njove either
way in a number or days, new
price are 65 cents on -.western
red and 57 cents on white.
-Extra eggs brought the produc
er another cent, with a boost to
24 cents per dozen. . Standards
held at the 22-cent mark, reached
Tuesday and mediums went up a
cent, to 21 cents. , . ,
Other markets were unchanged.
C H I C A G O. Oct. 4AP),--Hopeful
that a decided stimulus
to values would result from an ad
dress by . President Roosevelt to
night, most wheat traders favored
the purchase side today. j ." .
Wheat scored a maximum rise
of 2 cents a bushel, and held jmoet
of the gain despite temporary
sharp price breaks in the corn
market. There were enlarged rur
al offerings of corn to arrive here
and official reports indicated frist
perils were virtually at an end. '
Wheat closed firm -14-1
above yesterday's finish, corn un
changed to 4 lower, oats off
to up. . -v
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat December fOX-:
May 4-i July $.-. ..
Corn December 474-; May
53-54; July 51.
Oats December 284;
414; July 19.
Certain For '
The Oregon Statesman pet-
costume parade is going to take
place next Saturday moralng at
9:30 o'clock sharp. Every indica
tion is for continued good weath
er so kiddies can give their pets
baths all in readiness to promen
ade Saturday morning.
Any sort of pet is eligible, or
decorated wagon, bicycle or tri
cycle float. Prises will also be
awarded for the best boy's and
best girl's costume. Free candy
will be distributed to all entrants
at tbe courthouse grounds where
judging will take- place.
Kiddles are asked to be la
front of The Statesman office at
9:15 so the- parade can be as.
sembled and ready to- move by
9:80. Jadges will be Gas Hixsea.
S. E. Keith, Father Thomas V.
Keen an and lassie Steele.
lt Wal EatlU k -wreliet
"The Cloister, aad te
17 Prepare for publication
20 River in Switaerland
23 Aged jT
23 Inunediately .
27 A least whole Bomber - ;
29 A delicate network ot ureaaa
81 Pastry . ' . - "
34 Human Ming j-
36 PrepheU token 1 i
8S Ckonbining form: new I
39 "The Black FerSstr u Means
it what -ara-eaa eawaery 1 ;
41 Cries as a cat
43 Covtsp e
aaWaareaalals am the
Rvlmtom was leader ai a
great rebellion la westera
Massachusetts, sed by eca
Boaaic dutrwas af that tiases
46 What VasMtiam navigator U
Esrgljsh servtca, cogeinar wsim
his son, oxplarad the Asaeri
cast oomtiaeat (Labrados) ia
43 Resist authority -52
What active volcano is located
53 A water-craft
o4 I it of names
69 lngth-mesure f .
61 For inaranea (abbr.)
Herewith la the solutioa to yes
terday's Puzzle. ;
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