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The Etatesmea . reserves
the right . to rajact bjoe-
tlonal advertising. It far-
ther reserves the right to
elasslf r all advtjrtlsiag c
da? taa prow alaaaUlea
4 -room furnished '-bungalow. . good
location, ma. 310 down.
I -room furnished home hi )N.- Salem.
beeement CM re. paring, lota of fruit.
well located. Illae. .
e-roem hotae. X urn- lots, lots oil
Xnett, qM to school, 1 1100. :
ici via : .unnion. z i a otaie. .- rn. .
Look! Ou of the finest ranches tn
Willamette, -valley, 120 acrr. nearly
tlS In alfalfa. -ore can be added. Con
dition make- It the moat favorable in
com ana aairy rancn in too ami, viua I . .
needy imi too alfalfa, ready sale on I We learned today that UtO-
premises. 115.84 per toa. Can bo sold mohJle manufacturers area't the
HELP WANTED SlAtE
Wasted: two solicitors, also amateur
entertainers. Call 155 S. Liberty.
Autom-bOe washer wanted. State
experience and references in firs
letter. ox biaiesman.
Exp. woman, i So hour. Tel. S1T.
Timir nu wishes nosttioa as chant-
feur or track driver. Rata. Box SIS.
- Wanted: Home and small waxes In
Christian family with telephone, by
practical nurse. F&ono MBS.
FOR SALE MlsceCaneoM
Old papers 18 a bundia, fftatesmaa
Saw g-uminlna and sharpenlna
anil K. Vtmr Cornera, TeL 4SM.
1 Hick Grade pasteurised. aU produced
n eur own place. . -
Pleasant Home Dairy. Dial 111. CaQ
' Elgk bred, refistered. pointer pupa.
Show doc aires IX N. Bowler, Hollr
woe Kennels, Rt . Box US.
FOIt SALE Heal Estattl
Cards ta this directory run
oa a monthly basis only. Rates
f 1.00 per line per month. ,
BUTTED, EB6 f.K
Chickens Steady. Call for
Turkeys Liberal; Onion
Trade Tends Weaker
tuftf eejotooed wltt. stock, or wHbout.
This ranch must be seen to know value
afiht take seme trade. E. E. BalUnser,
5JP Court Bt. .Pbeoe Mil.
Br Mmr sMiltrr ranch, sood Mdxs.
Clase taw 131 State SC
A "New DcsT
In settiac -real eotate.
Ask tor Masastee
Realty Center .
. Ill Bo. Hlsb St
Dry i woo, all kinds. Call 48F1I,
Best tmrin town Good S-rm. house
Bir. lot. Small rent payments
Call at 16I Trade.
tSsst boss a damJy -roora home.
Bljc living- room, dtninc roam, basesvint I
furnace, trays, t nice bhr bedrooms
corner lot 'Fared street, cioae to
sshooti Glwe eo teems. Better look at I
tnw before yea imy.
JAS. U. -8KARS, 1Z2 S. HlgH St.
Seal Estate and Insurance
only ones that put oat a. new
model each rear. Mr. King across
ths alley from our orace, teiu
us that Albers are announcing a
13 Eg maker in both pax
and xaaah form. !. ';
Look over the ads carefully In
i today's paper. Tou can only aaye
I time In your shopping: bat you
B w - -
loan saye money by using anei
Statesman as your guide.
Next Friday is the 13th. Lucky
Pheasant season opens week
from Sunday. - ' - .
There are five. Sundays la Oc
tober. ,. : ' , 1
alike Pane, the. brake and shimmy
doctor. t swill wmiwrfim etrpr-u
ftli GflfilfiS HIT BY Salem Markets
CHlCAOO;rOct.T U. (AP)
Acute weakness dereloped In the
corn market 'today and tumbled
prices down to the lowest lerel
corn has reached since May. -
Liquids tine morement by .dis
tressed holders of December corn
Grade : B raw 4 x snltk. -Hp
pool price, f 1.43 per
Sorpliis tlJSO. ( !
(atlisr keaeS- ea eaeal aMathlf
. Watrlbator price f t.f 0
' Batterfst Top:. 10c,
Prints 22c, 'cubes 24c.
: If ii We SH
ROSKBURG, Oct. 5. CAP)
For the first time la the history
of the umpq.ua raney prune in
dustry, fresh prunes are being
sold ta appreciable volnme. co
I operative officials said here tc
day. Canners - and independent
New and nsed. Tlrear Repalrtnc
HARRY W. 8COTT. U1 A Com'l St
Fuller Brush Kan. Tel. Iftt.
Burt Crary, the caterer. Ph. S7SI.
HuMa Helps Hostesses Tel
Telephone 445. R. E. KorthnesS
FOR SALE USED CARS When Others Fall
WIU sell fine farm located about
miles east of Woodbura consist lnir of
approximatdy (9 acres with good build
lngs lor isaes. on easy terms suitaoie
for bops sad carried a $3500 loan a
few -years ago. D. A. Toung, TJ. 8.
Nat'l Bank Blds, Salem.
Focdaoo tractor and plow. Ia good I
condition, cheap. U. w. ateiae, uca-
realJ. Ore., care nana narmer.
Borrego's Better Buys
12S Dodge Sedan with Kari-
Katnpe's herbs for eTery QL H. S.
Low, noted Chinese herbalist. 471 8.
Cnmmarcial Street Salem. Oregon.
Established since lll la uaKiana. I holdinK
1929 Ford 4 -door Sedan
1928 Oakland Sedan
1927 Buick Sedan
GOOD BUYS IN SKALL ACREAGE
acre tract not far out on pared
road, e-rooni' plastered house, electric
lisfats.. stood well. Price only $859.
Choice 2-aere tract close ta. S-room
houae, electric lights, good welL Price
11059. cash S50, bat $19 per month,
S per cent mt Immediate possession.
New S-room shmsled- cottage, nook,
good plumbing, bullt-lna, electric
lights, garage and waedsbed, drove
welL. electrto pump, large lily pool.
lawn, shrubs and flowers. 1 acre of
-ejood land not far eat on pawed road.
IT lee siTss, easti zee, L easy.
CHCUDfl k MILLER; Realtors
114 SUts St Phene 9708
Better let me tell you about -these
r laces: Good house in North Salem;
1S90, like rent
4-A. 4-nn. . plastered house : 11200.
derate Hke rent Will consider little
trade on these places and will rent
- KH C SHIELDS
55 9 Oreaon Bid. Tel. 9902
192S Overland 9 Sedan
we have some good trucks
149 N. Liberty Tel. 3SSS
Calif.- Consultation free. Telephone
S7&S. Hours 9 to 9, Sua, le to li m.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 19 :30 a. m.
to 4:19 p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
PORTLAND,' Oct. 5. (AP)
Steadiness In the batter position
was reflected during the late
session of the-produce exchange,
which simply followed the open
Prices were unchanged all
around for cubes with continued,!
best catt for the two lower scores
which suggested tbat these should
have been advanced rather than
allowed to hold unchanged at the
With the make decreased lo
cally the trade heroreports a
mnch better undertone through
out the trade but the public was
still looking for bar gains, there
fore purchasing -more freely of
the prime first and first.
Buttertat, was holding steady.
Egg market trading, was' firm
locally and at late price advances
for fresh stock. Storage goods
however, continued , to reflect a
rather wide price spread and
more or less weakness.
Market for live chickens was
steady with no late
contracts was ertdent with Decem-I ' , - EEw 2T ',em I drier operators in, the Willamette
ber corn Quotations falling tM l me prices beiow eeoned br a local I valley already hare purchased
cents- a bushet to hardly morel poeer. ate mawsti ve of the saiiv nwrket more than S.O 99 tons at a prevsil
thaa halt the price f December but wAlf?,fSiy3A !t!t,, iK vrie of JL2 a ton. and buying
wheat. The liauidating morement I ""..Tr r
In n,-n mfmnAA tn Murr tliul nt I ." Bnet&U. lag ,- . , ..BO
grain, and was associated to a con-1 Tamp, bes.iog ' .so
siderable 4egree with absence of .
any definite new developmenU re-1 fZT tZfjkM
garaing xne monetary policy et i ueaat no, is. .
th nrashinrton adminlatration. -1 Wa beaaa, lb.
Cora dosed shaky at the day's c.'L u.i iv
Douom jcvai, JLVg-a ceou uu i oatena. soa. aeacaet
der yesterday's finish, wheat t-
A 4 - .99 1 - "
Today's closing ouoUtlons:
' , ... js
-T6 te IMO
I , .04
a ao te SJSS
is continuing, t ,
Continued warm weather la ex
pected to materially reduce esti
mates of Douglas county crop as
the fruit is falling faster than it'
ean be part through the , driers.
Growers believe at least 3,090,000
pounds will be lost to growers be
cause of limited drier capacity.
.8.00 te S.40 ,
.1-00 te 1.25
Wheat i- December I9-39H; 1 Wails Walls. wt . , lss
May93-.f July 91. '"A
BR!r.'6E Tfl ETITER
51-S2; July 64.
' OaU December 3; May
IUI. J - Ovv A A e ev aas vs ewe
256 N. High. Tct ResX 8573.
275 cash. Tel. 1619. 1725 N- 19the
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorationa C F. Brelt-
haupt. florist 877 Court Tel. 8904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Fler
it. 19th Market. Tel. 9592
iSair cot 20c 1814 H. Commercial.
Bicycle, cheap. Trade tor wood Tel.
Students See our $17.50 Typewriter
Bargaina Choice of TJntL. Smtth, Royal
Renv ' Machines for rent Typewriter
Eachaeige. New locatioav 429 Court
EXCHANGE Real Estate
For exchange Have 9-roora house.
large lot Clear, no assessments. Taxes
all paid. Property rented, 880 every 8
months In' advance. If want property
la Los Angeles for land In Oregon to
grate 109- head of sheep, submit to A,
E. Hack.' 218 TT. 69th Place, Los An-
Want farm, here for clear suburban
Kfca fall pears S cents- bushel . at I home JBugeae.' Inquire 1908 North Sum-
195 Rural avenue. Also pure, fresh I mer btreet
cider 26o gallon. Phone 8154. wwiinwwwwMwtwMWMi
u I.-.- - EXCHANGE
BUffhtly used, also new pianos, at re- NEW-BERG tor SALEM
duced prices. See them, front ft up. Nice 8-acre tract, highly Improved,
Tallman's, 891 8. 12th St. near 8. P. modern house, barn and outbldga Own
Depot ' ; er wants good home tn Salem. Place ia
ww.iiiii mi wmeiewi clear. Will psnr difference for desir-
Good Crosley Radio. Will take-weed. I able property CaU at once. Owner
Double beer cabinet, need one week.
Cost 2191. Discount TeL .
. Tborougnbred English pointers from I
real huntiwr strain. W. C Barchus,
Brooks Ore. Phone 25F2-
i here- todar to Inspect property.
CH1LD8 . H1I4.KR. KealtOTS
244 fftate St Phone 8708
KQW Portland 620 Kile.
TtUt, October S
7:00 Four Seathera Singers, KEOL
7:15 Orjin Concert, NBC.
7:S0 Exereise and AppleMnee, NBO.
8:00 Old Xemorr Box, HBO.
9:15 The Widow and iasel, KBO,
9:30 Organ Concert, KBC
10:00 Cooking SekeoL
10:80 Women's Magazine, KBO.
11:43 Sonata Becital, KBC.
12:15 Tana and Home Hoar, KBO.
1:45 KBO srocram.
8:05 Viennese Ensemble, KBC.
1:25 Friendly Chat
4:15 Just Relax, KBO.
4:45 Edaa Richer, KBO.
5 :05 Orcheiu-a.
7:00 yirst Keigkbor, NB0,
8 :00 Amos 'a' And, KBC.
9 :15r SUd Bowl Bevne, KBO. '
01:15 Anion Weeks orchestra, "KSCt
11:00 Sid Lispmaa'S orchestra, KBO.
11:30-12:00 Bal Tab art a orchestra.
KOAO Corvalli 550 Sle.
7:30 Moraiag Meditations led by
Rev. Wat Sehoeler.
8:00 Horsing Coaeart
" S :00 Hsme Economic Observer.
10:00 The Psrsde of Melodies.
12:00 Keen fans Boer.
8:00 Keepiag Young Together Kate
lie Reich rt and Betty Thompson.
7:15 Prof. A. O. Boooaet "Winter
Storage ef Vegetables.
8:15 Philosopher of the Crossroads. -
Auto and window glass mirrors. TeL
610 6. Walter J. Downs. 40 Breya
change In quotations. Much un-
dergrade stuff was again being
offered and was hard to more.
Call for turkeys was rery liber
al here for both old and new crop
with shippers still seeking the
former. Prices were firm but gen
erally without further change.
While local selling prices were
practically unchanged for Ore
gon, Yakima and Walla Walla
onions, trading was inclined to
rule a trifle weaker at the source.
Increasing movement of cauli
flower into eastern channels was
reflected here with Chicago the
general destination. Crop was
coming on slowly with a Tery
heavy output In sight on an In
creased area. Quality la general
was never better.
189 N. High TeL 4947
COFFEY-SMITH, gen. 1ns. Tel. 8682.
Stocks Unable to
Follow up Rally,
List Goes Lower
Oreecea, Veleeeies. fancy 8.00 to SJO
- rises pack 1.7S to 2.25
Beets, leeai. dos. .15
Turnips, local, crate .80
Canots, toes!, dos - as
PORTLAKB. Ore Oct 6. AP)
Prednee oxeaaage, aet prices: outier
Extras Sle, standards 20e. prime firsts
19H. firsts lSe. KggM rreih extras
27c, Irssh mediems 24e.
Spiasca. leeaL crate
sMinasma. 16. ea stees
fHieamhers. bnthensa. box
50 te .75
Sqassh, Dsaish, dos.
I Hubbard sqasah
Tomatoes, The Dalles
Cash wheat fce. 1
Oct 5. (AP)-
High Low Close
78 78 78
VSU 73 78
Big Bend binestem
77; dark hard winter 13 pet 78. 11 pet
09: soft white, westers white, hard win
ter, northern spring 87; western red 05.
OaU: Ko. 3 white 28.00.
Cora: Ke. 8 E yellow 22.50.
MiUraa standard 18.50.
Peaches, Yakima, crate
Cora, local, doi,
Seedless grapes, log
Sweet Petetoes. Ib. .
Prunes, lag. Bnrbankt
1933 fnffles, lb.
1938 cluster, lb. .
.90 te 1.10
NEW YORK, Oct. B. (AP) -Stocks
today were unable to fol
low up the rally of yesterday and
with commodities sagging the list
drifted to a lower close. Sales
were reduced to 1.940,520 shares.
TJ. S. Steel common was off a
point most of the day; it finished
lhi down and the preferred lost
nearly as much.
. . . . . . ,
-- -. e.n-- tn. ttnnuk Got. I AmstiWl isiouuouo wm
ton mattress, t in. st.oo. tttnoraiuH i io urm. uenerai muiun tuu uw-
and fumigatoTs. nogs cheaned. capital i .j.. encountered profit - making.
Bedding CO. Tel. 4099. 9t rs. t-pwo- I M 6 t Sb 1 S imprOTed, but alCOhoU
New mattress mads te order, old re-1 g&re ground. Amerlean Type
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEI DER LAUNDRY
268 S. High TeL 9118
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 8168 1284 Broadway
eufti! emrnet eleanlrt Sis!
mrlnc Salam ltuff RuS
tress-Factory, a 13th dc Wilbur, TeL
8441. Otto r . xwicer. ni mi.
Founders, which went into receiv
ership, dipped 4 and the prefer
red lost nearly 8
PORTLAND. Ore Oct. Si (AP)
Batter Prints, extras 23c, standards
Batterfat Portland delivery: A trade
SOe; farmer's door delirery 18o par
oonnd: sweet cream 5c huther.
Eggs Pseifie ponltry producers' sell-
Is f prices: Oversize 29e, extras 27c,
staaaaras xse, meainms zee, paiiess i te
dosea. Baying price by wholesalers:
Fresh extras 28e dosea. firsts 21c, me-
dioms 18e doiea. underrrsds 13c pul
Cheese 02 score Oregon triplets
lie: leaf 12e pound. Brokers wiH pay
ze eelew notations.
Milk Contract price 4 per cent
Portland delirery 31.70 cwt; B grade
cream 87 e peead.
fjeeatry meats Belling price to re
tailers: Country killed hees, best bates
era. under 150 pounds 7 -Be. Yealers.
90 to 120 pounds 8-8 e, light end thin
S-6c heavy calves 4o oonnd. Lambs 9-
loe ne-ea. vearlinrs e-oe pouaa. -Heavy
ewes S-Se ooand. Medtam cows 2-5e
poaad, esssw cows l-2e pound. Balls
4-4 e oenaa.
Mohair Buyisg price: i33 cup
Cases ra bark Bayiar price. 1933 peel
Hops Nominsl. IV3S. 38-40e poena.
lire oesltrv Portlsnd delivery: Bsy
ing prices: Colored fowls, 4 te S poends
lie. ever o paaaes lie. spring paueis,
S te IH penads, 12c Roasters, ever 8
peeads 12c Lfhorn fowls, ever V
penads Sc. under 8 pounds 7c. Broilers
1 et S poends 14c, 8 pounds and up
Old ro ostera --
Colored beas -
Co lores fryers
Bale or trade, one 8 and one 10
acres. Buildings. 19 minutes drive K. I
Flala, grapes. So to. -mlle orlr immga ivmymn ariv. m.
of Penitentiary four corners. A. W. I of Salem. Owner. Box 318. Statesman.
GOLD STAR MOTHER
GEO. C. WILL Pianos, radios, sewing
in.ih nM ihM( nnas ana ouura siu-
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
snd sewing machines 432 State Street.
Sa lem. -
! TRADE Miscellaneous
To ' trade, milk goats 4 lumber.
Wanted: Feeder lgs, K. 7, Box 4.
ITalr cut licC. Joe's Barber Shop,
NBA. 184 SL Church St
. Wanted : Veal and heavy hogs High
est prices paid. Schaller Meat, Supply,
lse a. izia bc
- . Ttu-tnaac woman wants refined lady
f share cosy apt Garage.. TeL. days!
4S2S or call evenings 99 x. iuu
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Wsnted i Small house for cash. Call
WILL TALK SiDAY
JEFFERSON. Oct, 8. Mrs.
D. Y. HammilL who recently re
turned from a' trip to France
Far aale or rent - f-rvh station and and England with a contingent of
garage. Inquire 285 Chemeketa St Gold Star I others, as guests of
:wWedV To'buy' mttroutepjn. tne U.nlted ?
wholesale or both. Box 121 statesman, experiences at u ounusy nigui.
service at the Metnoaist cnurcn.
Farina ras station. 8 pump. Re-1 nr Xfrs Ktava TJnwman
&ry 'baranr.:. who hare been liring In Harry
good soil, fine garden. On North Pa- Jone s residence near the old
dZlc highway. Give terms or trade for creamery building during the
sooa xo acrw rawn. nmmer. have moved into the
J AS. Dti SBASS 123 8. High Bt I " .-v -i i
uresu - 8vuvubvd uv-u - a vvvuv
vacated by Mrs. Mabel Davis and
children. Bowman. Is. employed
on the Southern Pacific railroad
A party of hunters, composed
of Charles, Joe and ! Harry Mo
eKe and Harold Kaight, return
ed from a week's trip. In the
John Day country. They were
successful in bringing home three
NOTICE OF HEARING OP OB
JECTIONS TO FINAL ACCOUNT
NOTICE HEREBY 13 GIVEN
that J. C. Chapman, as the duly
annolnted. Qualified and acting
administrator of the estate of
ESTHER M. CHAPMAN, deceas
ed, has rendered and presented
for settlement and tiled in the
Hnmeonathie Physician County Court ' Of the State of
r a. Aitman. M. D. HomeopaShist I Oregon for the County of Marlon
Office and residence -07 Center St j ifti aceotint of his adminlstra-
Phone 5832. Treats both acute and I 0td aatatn n that Tues-
Cliruiii- moenweo. j itA B.w. f j.b; gxfv Vavaiyi,
UaJi -l.tt OU -Tl 4.1A UBV "a, aiw v .
ber. 1933. at the hour or ten
o'clock in the forenoon or saw
day, at the courtroom of said
court, in the Marion County
Courthouse in the City of satem,
County Of Marlon, State of Ore
gon, hare been fixed and appoint
ed by said court as the time ana
PAINT AND ROOFING
Rnlem Paint It Roofing. 474 Ferry.
Spring Iambs, top
BIG FALL PARADE
SILVEBTON, HIILS, Oct,
Sllverton HlUt grange which will
hold its annual big fair Saturday.
: will also be noted in the torch
parade at the fall opening at Si!
rerton Friday night. The commit-
' a m a w a i
tee irum nere pmns to nave a
float in the parade. ;
Plans are all completed for the
fair, which promises to be larger
than that of last year. Congress
man James W. Mott wilt be the
( principal speaker of the afternoon
program at the grange halL Vocal
numbers and selection by the Sil-
verton Hills orchestra, directed by
Charles Ma aiding, will also be
! heard. i
Among the divisions of entries
' at the fair are canned goods, ag
riculture, school exhibits, an
tiques and home economics. The
antique division under John Rein-,
hart, committee men hers report.'
promises to be exceptionally
1 good. ,
Dressed veal, top
OBAXV AKD BAY
Wheat, Westers red
White, So. 1 .1 ,.
Barley, top, tos .f... .
Oats, feed, toe ,.
Oats, milling, tea
Oats sad vetch, ton -....
Alfalfa, valley, first cut-
STUDENTS PLAT PIXG POXO
JEFFERSON. Oct. SStudenU
Prices Firm but
Wool Stays Quiet
BOSTON. Oct. 5. (AP) TJ..
S. Dept. Agr.) The wool market
is rather quiet. - Occasional sales
of the finer territory wools, how
ever, are being closed at rery firm 1
prices. Short French combing (4a
and finer territory wools In orig
inal bags are becoming more diffi
cult to buy at T7-7S cents scoured
basis. Average French combing
staple wools of similar lines are
i firm at 80 ; cents scoured basis.
Quotations are firm at Sl-tS
cents scoured basis on good
French combing and average
strictly combing C4g and finer ter
ritory wools in original bags.
of Jefferson high school are en-
Joying a new activity this year. I be worked up soon. The apparatus
i2c stags so. Boosters Sc. Pektn decks Ping pong is being played in the I is being furnished by those In-
10e. Colored docks So. Geese 9c pound,
. Onions Yskiau 81.25; Oregon 1!5
Potatoes Local white and red 81.25
cental ; Yakima f 1.15-1.50; Deschutes
Cantaloepea Dillard. standard $1.40
1.80; Yakima, standard, SO-SOs erste;
The Dalles 81 crate.
Wool 1933 clip, nominal: Willamette
rslley 28'25c pen ad; eastern Oregon 18
21e pound: seat-era Idaho 16-20e pound.
Hsy Baying price from producer:
Alfalfa, Ko. 1, new crop 916-16.50 ; vetch
915; Willamette valley timothy 818;
eastern Oregon timothy 817.50; oats 814
science room and a good team will tterested In the game.
Cross -Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
FOR STATIONERY, cards, psmph-
Real Estate and Insurance
U MONEY TO LOAN
Automobile and chattel loans, 1 to
29 months to repay at lowest possible I
i rates. . I
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st NatX Bank Bids'. Phone 8SS3
. , . Licensed by State
J Will a Loan
Yon can borrow up to 300 from us J Chard of W.
We nick ut dead, worthleea boraee.
tows, sheep. TeL 4M9.
. FOR RENT ROOSiS
Fura. room, private bath, TeL 8588.
. Nicely furn. resrss wit; sieepmg
porches, T2S yooft m
Sleeping room. 496 N, Liberty
ROOM AND BOARD;
Ae-m-dlr -w.ll TSimJeHf tM-Tsi Wit-tl
beard. Preferably to teachers or office I Room 119, New Bllgh Bid?., Snd floor.
- lW 1101 WJ -l.V.
818 State St TeL 8-4-7-0
: LOANS WANTED
amXKY No safer Investment than
m. ttrmt HORTUAU19 J-UU-N. xo e
times value above amount of. loan. In-1
r tl-a ex-l A - AUi-i-ui at- I curlty yourseir. see us xor nigmy se-
-w-i-wmw . w -wv- I cured first mortgage real estate loana.
Futtoa Apartments; Down town dis
trict Can ratton's book etore.
lets, programs, books or any aina oi i the place for the hearing or oo
Dated and first published the
sixth day of October, 1933.
J. C. Chapmaa, 'as Ad
ministrator of the Es
tate of ESTHER M.
CARSON & CARSON.
Attorneys for Administrator..
BECKS 4fc HENDRICKS. TeL 4947.
W. H. GRABENHORST .CO.
134 a Liberty St TeL 9468.
SOCOLOF8KT A SON -804-5
First Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Tel. T807
la 24 hours or less, and take from 1
to -zO months to repay.
Come In . ; . Writs ... or 'Phone
BENEFICIAL LOAN '
crrrtirwe mrtA atom ranalrinsT. Steves I
Prune nlcltlns? was finished 1 .i pvmiI1 - and reoaJred. All I
TWy in the 24cre prune or- ".d. otj.ZSVL'Z I
J. Looney's, j a i t 1 gkli FenrTn? stSv? V?ork 263
PORTLAKD. Ore- Oct 5, SAP)
Cattle Receipts 40, calves 40 ; slow,
Bteera. common and medtam s.'.so s.ts
Heifers, good, co-unon and mediom 92.76
4.25. - Cows.- eommoa sad medium 82.50-
8.25; low Cutter snd cotter 91.25-3.50.
Bulls, good and choice 33-3.50. verniers,
wood and ehaiea 86-T.50: .ealL eommoa
and medlnm S3-6: calves, coed aad
choice 84-5.50; common and medium
Hogi Receipts 150; 10-15e higher.
Liebtweieht seed sad choice 84.75'
5.50: mediom weight good snd ehoiee
8-.7S-5.50; heavyweight, good aad choice
S4.40-4.8S' Paeklne sows, mediom and
good 33.25-4.25. Slsnghter pigs, good aad
choice ss. 60-4. jreeeer a steeaer pigs,
good aad ehoiee S4-4.T5.
tsueep Beeeipts -uv; sieaay.
Lambs, rood and choice 85-5.75: com'
man aad mediom 83.50-5. Yearling weth
ers 82.50-4.50. Ewes, mediaa te ehoiee
75e- 4. ,
south Of town on the Scio road. I Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming.
tho prunes were trucked to Dai- ;
las, and . dried; at Mr. Traeeya j
drier. The ciop was very good.
girls TeL 8528 T call 8t NV Sum
mer an v. time before I P m. or w
tweea 3 and i p. m. -
Room and board across from state
Office building. 168 N. 12th.
Board, room; ortvSte home; TeL S639
FIRST IlLSEBTS OF
1933 HAD Blf CO-OP
See CHILDS A TWTT.T.F.K
344 State Street
floor Maeor.to i buUdlnsv I Cone go.
Lovely S-rm. apt, h. w. heat si-1
refriar.. rarare. 315. ynone si4.
FOR RENT HOUSES
- - - - r n n n i-tf-n-ii i i-... . ...
" mm. unfurn. housea Torrens a
vnm. and tmfurn. houses, R. A.' I
Forkner.- 181t N. Cottage, TeL J02L
S-room boutw). S8. TeL 7204.
" ---.. - -. --- ---a a a a si si as so ,
. Cosy 2 -room house, nook, full ba9S
ment -aod-rn. Hi f Jf
S-r. house, garage, fruit, garden.
close to.' Adults, 818 no. Tek 7459V
- Mod bungalow close in. 810 N. Cottage
V W MM !V
Neat I room farn. duplex; swr,
FOR SALE WOOD
Phone Tracy's, 8986 for dry wood.
mR inn) or distant transfer storage.
call 8131, Larmer Transfer Co. Tracks
to Portland aaiiy.
riprrir. riTT Transfer Co. 226
State St TeL- 7773. Distributing; for
warding and storage our specialty.
tt our- rate.' -
'' : V- TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS Adding Mch. sold.
I rented, repaired, underwood Agents.
Cooke Short -31 Court Tel. esse.
. ; 17FH0LSTERING
TeL 8009 fiaJeas Fuel OS
AU kinds wood, TeL 4418.
Dry fir, oak. TeL979. Ear hart Bros
Ash, fir and oak. Tel .8418.
The local unit of the nut grow
ers co-op plant received its first
shipment of filberts yesterday.
thus marking the beginning ox ao-
! t,tih wtll nrnhahlw ovtend
WU- "rf . . . . . . . . I
. . . w plan : wmnm .i.rin.. a .iiHJiniiim
Into late November, lmi year, i - J-"-TT-v.
last cracking work was completed j bank's Upholstery Shop with Sors-
December 17, -1- -
Nut prices are more favorable
than Jast year and the season
ppenswtth most of the crop either
sold or in sight of sale. Last year,
the local branch handled 414 tons
of walnuts and 75 of filberts. The
ban's Finteh Shop." 454 Ferry St
r ' ' '' - " 1
I - : ?-r ' ' 1
" -- .
R A. West 80 years
7. Bos SOS EL TeL-119FI
Dag wood tor saia, -ea. sets. -
WWW MMMMieMW M M M
Dry wood. : ail : kinds, : Call : 48F14,
Smith 3Br Rwheris. " -- : ..
LOST AND FOUND
walnut crop this year la expected 1 -rhieh int less than a third was
plant will be urger than a year aya Burrey issmeo bt ,fey -
r travel from tor premises Saturday I
garage, aleo. washer. $2 mo, U1S Jsf- elrht, on bluck - simlaJlnderlaaaai
fa aon - -: Ttotiry ""'u i"i"r
S MMM MWX M W1
nm, - , .Myrwviiii
Wipe that gloomy looa on your
as vat,, i .mi milt. 4 acres! fsos. Not matter who. X have corres-
-'- A -.. VrLnrfa Por ther low down
oeavet-aani. ome luraiturc, - f""; . k.VTLli t .-- .ih ,h-
eqhlpment Goes thtoweek. See iA.n ae.r eT
' itty t vt tr I better than la lliz, is esumaiea rsioml
(Jf WOrld SHODS 1 4WIMw pounds compared to many.
" I ia tKt nfto nonnds last rear. Ens-1 owns
-: The ltl! world prodtfcUoif of pound v an iacrease of -.200,00 1
Hughes Ine-. wiOiHofficea to Sa
lem and Yakima. Production, gen
erally peall-L:i not euual in
quality to the is3S .Armt. th4 1 wmiam Frarr. former iublidtr
surrey aays. . - 1 tnaa, ef Lynn, Mass, who- was
The continental crop, said to be I sdonbad by Baroness Adelhard ran
better than la 1IS2, it estimated j Elombero; (lower), of Weimar. Ger-
The Baroness, wto ta 79,
40.CSf.0D0 pounds last year. Eng-
! land's e s t i m a t e is 1 1,6 30.0 0
owns wast estates and a rirantio
fortwne in Germanv. all ot which
may come te Frarywho ia a grad
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright. 1B3S. Standard Statistics Co.)
( Canvrlakt 193S Standard Statistics Co.)
Todav ' - 00.4 48.7 70.8 80-1
Pravioaa dav BI.S . 7B.T di.i
Weak are 84.T 48.S T8.S 77.T
Year age 50.T 9.T 68.T
S years age 148.a xis.s zo-.i i".i
r 12 X IH i IS le p.. d 110 III 111
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02.1 58.0 118.7 96.8
41.8. 13.5 ' 61.8 43.6
, 73.8 SS.S 111.0 78.9 I
. S5.1 18.S H.8 SS.S
140.S 10S.S 208.9 144.S
. 60.0 80.8 92 A 81 J
Today , 73.4 78.S 79.5
Previous dsy -t T8.S 73.8 78.S
Week 'Sge T8.S 78.S 79.4
Taar ace . S-.S os.e ea-v
.w 109A 100.T 101.8 I
T7.1 84.9 SS.S . 88.7
88.8 67.0 74.1 63.0
71.8 70.0 88.S 78.1
83J 74.4; 70.8 87J
90.4 105.7 101.5 98.7
55.5 . S3.S . 80.S 88A
Onion Harveit at
Labish Section is
: Coiiiing to Finisli
-LABISH CKNTE-t, Oct., S .
Onion hauling has .assumed fe
verish proportions. the last few
days since the recent rains.; Ev!
eryone-ha boeuanilona to. gst
their crop ia' the. atorage barns,
snd trucks, wagons mad tractors
have ba aourrying back and
forth as rapidly as possible.
Practically tha entire crop witt
be la by. Friday. Aside from the
Inconvenience aad worry It occa
sioned the raias 414. rvrr little
8 of small
16 bind '
17 S-bstancs -
'. ef apples
18 child's pro
20 reckoned -
22 note of the
. : scale -
23 disparaiw .
20 sacred bull
23 obtala f :
JOgmine at r
- -...carda - f
82 part of " 'I
8 4 cut ths hair
short j ;
ee . a -. j i
87 half an era ,
88 lif eUke
' 41 -narried ?
- coath-f )
f onned oa .
- lroa ,
; 49 note ef the
52 highest tone
56 light blow
59 narratives -
; pieces ta a
"..2 be of use
i 8 behold I -
aated 6 imaginary
with shoes ,
9 that man
10 Anglo-. .
11 be in a
to the foot
. 21 involuntary
' twitching . -
tioaof words by
- -j pictures
81 acattar .
- Herewith ia the solutioa to yes
PtlA5 MtiPT' iTOi
' '1, rfflT4 - ------- -ia 1
lit marriage .
place 89 note of the
. scale ' -
42 owing '
45 plate used
. in the
47 threw j
48 auurrow. &
- ' fillets
50 implement .
for holdiaw -flowers
II variety of ...
S4 winged part
' 65 wager j
80 snssniTias j
81 at home x
T I B
Keaity Co- 108 B. commercial, cue-1 JL1 ",4t3l 1
- uate oz cosxoa wniTeisity.
damara tfl tha paiofij.
1 Woodbura, Oregon.