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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salm, Orcron, Wegnesday Elaralmar,' Odeber 11, 1933 .
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1 HELP WANTED MALE
Wanted : two solicitors, also amateur
entertalnera CaU 155 S. I4toerty.
Men wanted to supply customers with
- famous Watkins ProdacU in Salem.
Bustaess established, arnlncs average
iS .weeUr, PT tnrta tmmeaiaieiy.
Wrlt J. R. WaUdM Company, 4S34
HoUia, St, Oakland, caiixomia.
RA1X.WAT KAIL, CLERKS. Steady.
r ids. Commenca ILSS.tO month.
Connoa education ' aufllclent. Sasapla
' roachinf FREE. Apply today sure.
; State ace, oecupaUon. Box UU1 care
Ta learn w buslnesa, References re
Mirad. About. SIS a week to start
Call at SSI 8taU St, Room SOS. Wed-
redayfrow I t s p. w.
Tmin rnTTtrt Fini A T I? I
UELP WANTED riUAJLlU I
Wanted Woman for housework in I
rmiaiir. Roobb svod board and small
wages, J. J. Staeger, Bt. 1 SHrrertoa.
Girl for general housework. Give
are. wage and reference. Box 32J.
Statesman. ' - :-
Wanted: Refined lady far general
housework. Beferenoes required. Box
- T!S Statesman. -' " ;" ' '"
Exp. -woman. 25a hour. Tel. 561T.
' Mast with famRy-wants position on
farnv Experienoed. TeU 41F3X.- :
Tonng man wtshea day or ntgbt work
In Palem. Bor sas care Btamnma.
FOR SALE insctHaneoa
SWEET WATER. AND CONCORD
Crapes, Wa Stoddard, 1 mi. oa was-
, lace rd. " .
Old papers lflo a bundle, Statesmaa
Saw gumming and sharpening
snile BL Four Corners Tet 4280,
-,) High Grade pasteurised, all produced
an our own place. LI . .....
t pieacanx Home Dairy. Dial lis. CaQ
Kirh bred, registered, pointer pupa
Show dog slrts. U. if. uowiey, uouy-
.wood Kennels, Kt,., .pox
b Hair cut 20c 114 N. Commercial.
Flala grapes, 2e in. -mile north
f Penitentiary four corners A. W.
. King: ' - , .
I Lata peaches now ready at the In-
v lab Irutt I. arm, lei sa j.
Grapes now ready. R. A West, Rt. 7,
Bx 203, Garden itoaa.
. i - Sale or trade Four-wheel , trailer,
' tires, for wood-range. D. I
Knight. Rt. , Bx 141.
f r ii"u i ii uy i M.nfc r " -
a 11 rann alnzla barrel shotgun. Near-
. r ly new. $5. Mike Panes, 37 & 8. ComX
Grapea Call evenings. TeL S1F22.
WANTED MLscell an eo ta
Hair cut 2 Sc. Joe's Barber Shop.
KKA,' 354 8. Church St. --
ejLni-i iij-uuv nnrirfcnrii-ri
t Wanted; Veal and heavy bogs, Higb-
est prices paid. Schaller Meat Supply,
, 1 10 a 12th St.
' ' Sjl u"u"Lriimrriiriri- ------- - --
t I ' Board and. room In private family.
Quiet essential. Box 827 cars States-
!Wt buy used clothing. TeL 9525 and
sxill can. 124 N. Commercial.
I Wanted, wed 'fomlrare. Phone 43S8.
I We pick up dead, wortnieas nors
f rows, sheep. TeL 4869.
r Expert hair cutting, JOc and 15c. 80S
B. Winter. - U '
Casts paid for Junk
of all kinds.
JTOR RENT R0031S
i Nicely rrarn. reams with, sleeping
w gwrcbes. 725 Court. TaL 3738.
Sleeping room. 484 W. Liberty.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board, steam beat, close in. 1432.
Sjajs I xn JaTTsfil"i
'room, $4.60 week. 3 meals. 43 North
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton Apartments. Down town dis
trict. Call .ration s noon awn.
i Lovely 3-rm, apt., h. w. heat.- else,
yefriC garage, za. x-none eiaa.
Nice turn, apta 190 Union.
. sjuuxrinnrinrv i i'i I i ' m ' ------ -
i Fum. for 8 adult 293 24. Summer,
'. r Pnn RENT HOUSES
. .... . . n.- .1,.. US, a fTswr
it ea . ma a Trio-h tIK r K7S, KLalea.
c - sis T M R1L 35 Orea-on
Fiirn. and unfum. houses. R. . A.
I Tori ner. 1418 N. Cottage, TeL 303L
Dtiairanle house, centrally lcatea.
r with a-araxre. for rent or for sale on
rour own terms or wui traaa. Aaaress
3X izi cute tenia.
. 1 FOR RENT HOUSES I - T c
: Furn. uafurn. , houses. Torrent A ,
Grant, first Door. . M-sotJo building, v , ' -
phono !. .f -. . ,, . , , ; rv v7 ' :;' '
tf' . "' ,.- : TOR RENT - 'mJyJk ' J
Senil-modetn - &-rtom bouae, garage ; s f
and woodshed, t acre cloa In on Gar- . . f ai t "
den rond. Price mo. H 1 U I V V t
CHILD8 HIIXKR. Realtors V .V
S4 Stity Bt. -- Phone 70t j V"i,
,-. ..-... , lL f fa .
FOR RENT : 7
For- Rent 5 a ores, f-room bouse, 2
ml. from- Salem. Inquire at 314 Ma
sonic Bid. ' . . '
One-half of store buildm Good for
grocery and T-rrtaMes. 150 N. Com
Ground floor office space. Good lo-
ration, oo window space. 14 &
LHI-rh. Tel. 8114
FOR SALE Real Estate
Modem T-rtn. bouse. 1 lots. $2750.
Clear. Terms. Bex tZS care Statesman.
FOR SAiE OR RENT Poultry
ranch, ciose in. Call at 237S State.
-. i -.- - - -.- ..ii.-- -
GOOD BUT3 IX SMALL ACREAGE
46 aere tract, sot far out on pared
road, 4 -room plastered boose, electric
Ikrbta, sood wen. Price only ssau.
Worth double. , ...
Choice X-acre tract close m, X-roora
Ttojae, electric Usnts, cood welL Price
eie&St cash ml 1 per nonu,
per cent tat. Immediate possession.
New 2-room abinrfed eottase, nook.
rood pinmbinr, built-ins, electric
Hsltts, caraee and woodahed, drove
weu, , electrio pump, large lily pool,
lawn, skrnta and flowers. 1 acre of
(rood land not far out on pared road.
Price 11709, cash 120 1, baL easy.
CHILL) 3 MILLER. Realtors
S44 State St. Phone 670S
For Sale Nearly 4 acres with Im
provements -three miles from town on
Portland highway, li00. Tel. 4810.
For sale: S1S9 equity in good lot
and small house, good location. Inquire
!7I IV. IWR.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Want farm here for clear suburban
borne Eugene. Inquire 1906 North Sum
--"" i i-irin'iiiirinrinriririru,'Lr
NEWBEEQ for SALEM
Nice S-cre tract highly Improved,
modern house, barn and outbids. Own
er wants good home in Salem. Place is
C5r Py ainerence xor aesir-
ab)e property. Can at once. Owner
i bare today to inspect property.
. CHILDS A
144 State St.
Strictly modern house la N. Salem.
te trade for suburban property, 5 to
It A. People anxious to trade.
.. H. C. SHIELDS
resmn Bttlldmr Tel. 3902 1
FOR SALE FARMS
GOOD RANCHES PRICED LOW
10 acres. IS A. cult. Good soil. Some
Umber, good hoese, barn, garage, poul
try booae. Fenced - and closed. Price
reduced to 83 9 09. Give terms.
IC ACRES 8(590
Geed bouse, barn, big scmltrr house.
t A. cult running water, some tim
ber. TMs is a sood bur. Xow is the
as- o boy that ranch. See J. D.
Sears. 138 & High St.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
irrTOsnrTTTrn ooorsjnr ruxrbsa 1
Wanted: Small house for cash. Call
MONEY TO LOAN
I WWmmmmrnm0t00at100m0)H0Wl i
Automobile and chattel loans, 1 tol" v . ri
20 months to repay at lowest possible al1 persona baring claims against
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local co nx) ration
1st Natl. Bank BMg. Phone S5S3
Ucensed by State
Will a Loan
Ton eaa borrow up to 8200 from us
in 24 hours or less, and take from 1
to- 20 months to repay.
come in . . . write ... or 'Phone
We do NRA our Dart
Room 118, New Bllgh Bldg., 2nd floor.
LICENSED NO. S-12J by STATE
518 State St. Tel 8740
Private money to loon on good real
estate. Chas. Hudkins, TeL 8182. Room
8, Miners store Bid.
, MONET No safer Investment than
a first MORTGAGE LOAN. 3 to S
times value above amount of loan. In
terest 7 , semiannually. Examine se
curity yourself. Se ns for bighiy se
cured first mortgage real estate loan a.
See CHILDS MILLER
344 State Street
LIVESTOCK tnd POULTRY
For Sale Fresh tenet cow.
Warner, Rt. S. Br 169, Salem.
FOR SALE WOOD
Pboete Tracy's. 3988 for dry wood.
TeL- 8800 Baicm Fuel Ca
Dry fr. oak. TeL9769. Earhart Bros,
-Ash, t ir and oak, Tel II4L
Oak wood for sale. TeL 3483.
Dry - wood, alt
kinds. Call 4IF14.I
Smith Sf Ttuhena,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Beta Chi sorority put east
side of Cottage between Union and XX
Reward for return to Statesman.
FOR SALE USED CARS
II Pontlao coachi cheap, er win
trade for wood or -eow. , 114$ Fair-
Wanted, Good Used
- We have practically sold out et
stock. It-you have a. car te nail see
ua. Wa boy, seHUor consign.
. BORREQO'S CAR MKT.
14$ No, liberty. I . TeL 2181
Cash for anuul car, TeL 7226.
Gll-CiAXDIiT. GETS AWARD
WOODBURN, Oct. 10 Don
Gillanderf, ooa ot ReT, and Mrs.
D. ' J. Glllanders, plans to leave
soon lor Schenectady, New York,
whem he ha? been granted a po
sition as atadept engineer in tho
General Electric laboratories. He
received the appointment only at
tew days ago. He is to report at
the New York laboratories Octo
-The German air attack on Parti
took place. 19 years ago today.
: - , O
The First National Jank opened
In Portland in 1865.
If ereryone spends eTeryone
works. Spend now do yonr part to
A rear ago the. 758,000 h. p.
hydroelectric at Dnieper try Rub- j
sia was dedicated.
Flying time from Portland to
Seattle is a few minutes orer an
Interest in Wall
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. (AP)
Interest in the stock market was
Several utility stocks improved
fractions to more than a point.
American Power and Light, Am
erican Water Works, Common
wealth & Southern and National
Power & Light being rather ac
tive. Steel common closed a point
lower while the preferred, with a
dividend meeting two weeks dis
tant, was firm.
National Distilleries, American
Commercial Alcohol, IT. S. Indus
trial Alcohol, Bethlehem Steel,
Western Union and Union Pacific
were down about 2. U. S. Smelt
ing, General Electric and Public
Service of New Jersey finished
Turnover fell to 1,140,510
MRS. WAIXSOOTT PASSES
INDEPENDENCE, Oct. 10
Mrs. N. C. Wainscott, mother of
Mrs. F. G. Hewett of Indepen-I
dence, died at the home of her
son. Dr. E. J. Wainscott, at Rose-1
burg, October 4. Funeral services
were held at Roseburg Friday af
ternoon, -witn commitui in a
cemetery at Oakland, Ore. Mrs.
Hewett, accompanied by her son.
Fred of MeMinnvIlle and daugh
ter, Naomi, went to Roseburg for
the Funeral. Mrs. Wainscott
spent about two years at the
Hewett borne here.' going' to
Roseburg several months ago.
NOTICE OP APPOINT3IENT
Notice is hereby given that, the
undersigned nas been only ap-
.-4 . . n
l"0 .Vuurl ol
the State of Oregon, for the coun
ty of Marion, as Administratrix of
the estate of Emma W. Rodgors,
deceased, and that she has duly
--f J a laa-f jl sm.il I t
tne estate oi said decedent are
hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to me, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my at
torney, at 205 Oregon Building,
Salem, Marion County, Oregon,
within six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated- at . Salem, Oregon, ' this
27th day of September, 1933.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Emma W. Rodgors, Deceased.
Ronald C. Glover..
Attorney for Administratrix.
S 27 O 4-11-18-25
Stocks and Bonds
Today 80.0 44,0 78.5 " 11.8 1
Prsvionadsy B1.8 44.5 , 77.5 82.0
Week sgb 86.1 41.5 T2.9 76.8
Tear ago - 60.0 2S.5 79.1' 51.0
Syearsare - 189.7 109.7 169.9 143.8
High 1933 102.1 58.0 118.T 96.S
Low 1938 , , 42.8 23.C 61.5 43.9
High 1933 72.3 89.8 11 1.0 73.9
Low 1932 85.1 13.3 51.8 33.0
70.9 57 J
Previous day 73.1 74.1
Week age 78.1 73.0
Tear ago 63.5 - 64.4 .
8 years ago 88.1 107.S
High 1933 77.1 64.9
Low 1938 6S.3 67.0
High 1933 71.8 78.0
Lew 1933 53.8 47.4
wSSVaSDAT, OeteW 11
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T:00 Four Seetbern Siagers, NBO. -
7:15 Orran eeaeert, HBO.
- 7:80 Orchestra. i,
7:40 Thompsoa aad Dabera.
:00 Boaabl Back.
8:15 Old Memory Bos, VBO.
t:15 The Widow and AageL NBO.
10:00 Cooking schooL
10:80 Woaaa's Mara tine, KBO.
-1:15 Southern Symphonies. KBO.
1:45 Lady Hast Door. NBO.
S :05 Tleanese ensemble, HBO.
a :z raeaajy i;aa
4:00-7-Hotal Biltmore orchestra, KBO
4:45 Rhythm Bases Is, KBC.
5:05 etriagwood. assemble, KBO,
6:80 Vines program, HBC. . , ,
6 :00 Astoe V Andy, HBO.-
8:80 One Hta'a Family, KBO, . -8:00014
Memory Box, HBO.
-.15 Herb Dana ea football. HBO.
9: SO Frances Ingram.
10 :15 Aasea - Weeka erehastra. KBO.
11:00 Sid Llopasaa'a erebestre. HEa
U:S0 81umber hour, NBC -
8:00 Kerning eeaeert.
" r - m-wwatei
9:00 OBoma Economics Observer.
11:00 Better Health aad Loarer LLfa.
12:00 Farm hour.
-l:00-CoUere Coavseatloa. . -
3:00 Aa Tea Like It, With Aatkoay
.-. .: Inwer. -.
8 :00 The Homemaer's half hour -
"Home Maasgemeat aad the
Hons ia WMek Ws live,'. .
8:45 Farm , hoar. -- :
6 :45 Farm market reports. "
7:00 ciyd. Walker. 'New Develop-
" leeats la Farm Maehlnary."
;T:80 Dr. Victor P. Morris, ,,T-6
- World ia Bavisw .
8tl5 p-ilowphtt el t-0 arotsreeds.
- Cards in this directory run
oa a monthly basis only. Rates
$1.00 per lin per month.
ICikfePanek, tba braka and shimmy
floetory 7 Sooth Conrnierdal Straet.
JflATlRT w. SCOTT. Ul a Com'l 8t.il
Fuller Brush Man. Tel. 3M1.
Burt Crary, the catarar. Ph. (7SI.
Hulda Helps Hoatessea. Tel 4l
Telephone 45. R. K. Northneaa
t CHINESE MEDICINE
When Others Fail
Nature's barbs for every IH. H. 8.
Low. noted Chinese herbalist 4TS &
Commercial Street. Salem, Oregon.
Established since 1112 la Oakland.
Calif. Consultation free. Telephone
57 58. Hours S to S, Sun. It to IX M.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10 :S a. m.
to 4:t p. m. 14S W. Commerciat
DR. O. I 8COTT. PSC, Chiropractor.
25 N. High. Tel. Rea 8672.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations; C. F. Brelt
haupt. florist. 677 Court. Tel. MM.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luta Fler-j
it, Itth a Market. Tel.
Auto and window glass mirrors. Tel
S10. Walter J. Downs. 80 Breya
118 N. High
COFFET-SMTTH. gen, ina Tet tlXl.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRT
THE WELDER LAUNDRT
163 S. High Tel. IMS
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRT
F i rat in Oualitr and Service
Telephone 3185 1164 Broadway
Mettraeaae from factory to home. Cot
ton mattress, 10 lb. $6.00. Renovators
and fumlgators. Rum cleaned, capiioi
Bedding Co. Tet. . suju j. wpum.
New mattress made to order, eld re -
tresa Factory. S. 18th Wilbur. Tab
S441. Otto F. zwicser. isst. mi
GEO. a will Pianos, radios, sewing
smd sewing machines. 432 state Street.
L. O. Altman, M. L. Homeopatnlst.
rtrftna and residence 607 Center St.
Phone 5832. Treats both acute and
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint a -Roofrng. 474 Ferryi
FOR STATIONERY, ' cards, paraph-
lets, programs, books or any kind ofl
printing, call The Statesmaa Printing
Department. 215 S Commercial. Tele-
2 22J U
BECKE HENDRICKS. TeL 4147.
W TT fTRA HEVHORST a CO.-
134 & Liberty St. : , TeL i48.
fiftrmirsKV a sniff
S64-8 First Nafl. Bk. Bldsr. Tet 7897.
i STOVES and stove rep-lrlnc Bte-ree
ifa, mm la. nbullt and renaired. AO I
irinria of woven wire fence, fancy and I
! plain, hop baskets, books, logaa ate i to 100 pens of market hogs grown
Salem Fence and Stove- Works, 34SOB v- civ members. 75 to 80
Crmmefceta, Tel. 4774. R. B. Fleming.
FOB local or matani uwnarer mtongm.
call iibl, i-trmer '-ransiar vo Yracawi .. . . ... '
to Portland dally.
CAPITAL CITT Transfer Co. 121
State 8U TeL 7773. DiatriboUng.. for-
warding aad storage our specialty.
iirt tmr rates. -
TTPEWRITKR3 Adding Mch, aeld.
rented, repaired. - Underwood Agents.
Cooke Short, 531 Court. TeL 554.
First class upholstering; Cushions
made and rebuilt. Canvas work. Eu
b auk's Upholstery Shop with Sorsv
hahTs Finish Shop. 454 Ferry St
R. A. West, 88- years experlener, RFD
t, vox res. Tel. nors.
. i i- - ; : m e - e-s it
jf avora in QiKirlviT irJJiilr
DALLAS. Polk eounty grown
i Tennessee ' Antbracnose resistant
red clover, of which several thou
sand pounds were shipped 'to Ya-
i rious counties In Tennessee last
I year, evidently met with the favor
I of the growers there, as requests
! for additional shipments for plant
ing this fall hate been receltea by
1 County Agent , IBeclBocajsje
Milk. Marketing Agreements
And Production Control
Contained In Plans
v With the -wheat campaign now
completed In Oregon so Iar as the
signup of individual growers la
concerned, chief current Interest
In developments under the agri
cultural adjustment act has shift
ed her In the Pacific northwest
to efforts at bolstering the dairy
Industry so that returns to farm?
ers will move up nearer pre-war
parity, says the current reflew
from the Oregon State college ex
The main program of better
ment of the dairy situation is pro
ceeding along the two general
plana of trade agreements and
possible production control. More
milk marketing agreements Are
going Into force every 'week, and
those dealers reported as violat
ing their provisions are being cit
ed to show why teir licenses
should not be revoked.
The farm credit administration
has also taken cognizance of the
milk situation particularly In the
northeastern, states and, after
making a survey of the marketing
situation there, has blamed much
of the distress on the non-cooperating
dairymen who invalidate the
efforts f the organized milk pro
ducers. Dairymen of the entire country
are being warned by Dr. Clyde I
King. Chief Of the dairv Section Of
thA AAA that nnfhlrv fan flnallv
.Vrn.iI" . 7 " T . V ,.T
long as more milk is being pro
duced than people will use. He
approves heartily of the market
ing agreements, surplus purchases
and the like, but calls on produc
ers to consider production limita
tion, possibly 10 per cent, which
limitation must also extend to
With the - completion of the
emergency hog-purchasing plan,
the AAA is moving on to a more
permanent corn-hog control pro
gram made necessary by the con
tinued high production of hogs
in tne race of a decline of more
than half In exports of pork. A
rea action in corn acreage of aa
much as 20 per eent in 1924 is
PORTLAND. Oct. 10. (API
The taste for Oregon onions is
growing on the Chinese. Last
year they purchased in consider-
1 able anantitv from thia eiatA
when price, were- low. Apparent-
t uv lasie una iiugera, ler me
best Information available here
is that to date about 40 carloads
of Oregon onions have been
bought for an interest said to be
I operating for Chinese and Philip-
cunt8. Grower, were paid
75 cents a cental with sacks furn-
The Journal says the latest re
ports from the onion fields of
western Oregon suggest the cron
will reach at least 1200 carloads.
the greatest on record. Except for
the reported Chinese deal there
has been little activity at Drimarv
TvllTltS O, mm ark eanartll an
wining te talk under 75 cents
land sacks, and speculative inter-
efts are not yet ready to pay. At
the moment they are getting their
i requirements from Yakima and
AIJ W.vhlhlt at
i, i-iAlUUilo CLL
To Break -Records
Always striving to exceed past
records by "making the best bet
ter," 4-H boys and girls of Oregon
and the Paclfle northwest seem
certain to achieve this goal at the
Pacific International Livestock ex
position In Portland October 21-
28, according to early information
gathered by the state elub depart
ment at Oregon State college.
Advance indications are for 75
baby beeves compared with 30 last
year, 100 or mora sheep, tnd
scores of dairy cowa and calves, to
say nothing of the poultry, crops
i . Voina amnnmln dlanUva.
Tho club members this year will
be working for 13 92 4 In prises.
which, with the money received.
from the annual club fat stock
auction, will allow the youngsters
to take home from $12,090 to
114.009 from the show this year
nd this Is only a "by-product"
of the training and experience
gained, the club leaders say.
4-H Members Will
Try. Raising Peas
ASTORIA. -Four-H elub mem
: r1 UfllllllU Ulllll IIIU
AM SHIFTING ITS CETITS. VEftL DROPS
in Tn niinumni :
A U U UAin vital
FiESON DfJJDi.S ARE
bars of Clatsop county are plan
ning to ahare in the pea growing
venture which has proved rathe
successful for adult farmers la
certain sections of the county in
recent years, according to County
Agent Clifford Smith. The young
sters will plant and carer for cuar-
A - -. . M W-W . m J Hm
I ier-acre piou as gaxuaa pro
Cuauaeraai ram jivi uvu jiiwr-
ucts. Ia addition, special .prises
will be awarded for the best plots,
Mr. Smith says. 1 r-i-, v
of the short crop locally, however.
Polk county farmers were unable
to fill the requests this year. They
were also forced by the short crop
to turn down the first order for
hardy Ohio clorer seed from deal-
tit & Jhatjwtirecenij
Eggs J 7fV. i ri
I lit I i .. J i r. , ... :
si I - .
Eggs mad " additional local
gains Tnesday with extras Quot-j
ed op two cents, a dozen, to top
which has prevaned m months.
sianaaroa ar up a cent to zs
cents and mediants, 22 cents.
Pallets command 12 cents a dos-
en. ' -'ir-iK..' " V ; " ;.. i ;
- ; Bauer ut went into reverse,
with : Quotations down a cent, to
IS cents per pound on fop. -
Dressed veal also slid back
wards to $ 7 per hundred. Hogs
held at the Monday advance.
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 10. (AT)
Produce tichnn. set prices: Better
Extra 20e staadards IB He, prime tints
19c, firsts 18c. Eggs freta extras 29c,
una. neoinms zse.
PORTLAND, Ore, Oct. 10. (AP)
waeat I a tare
' Opea Hign Low Close
May .' .,.,.,..76 TS "75 T5
December 714 714 70 70
Caah wheat Ko. 1 Big Bead blae-
ttem To He; dark bard winter 13 per
cent 76 He, 11 per ceat 67He; soft
white, western white, bard winter, north-
era spring 65 He; western red 03 He
Oats No. 2 white S22.50.
Cora So. 2B yellow f21.
MUlrun Standard $15.50.
POBTLAICD. Ore.. Oct. 10. (AP)
Batter Prints, extras 22c, standards
Bntterfat ' Portland delivery: A
trrad 19e FaFBMr'a door deliver 17
1 pound. Sweet ereaat 5o higher.
tf Pacific poultry producers.
Mlunr Price: Oreruxe 81c, extras 29c,
standards 25c, mediums 25c, pallets 12e
EgM Baying price by wholesalers
Fresh extras, 26s doses, firsts 81c, me
diums 24c, pallets 17e - dozen.
Cheese B3 score Oregon triplets
lie leaf, 12c peoad. Brokers will pay
fte below quotations.
KUk Contract price, 4 per cent:
Portland delivery 31.70 eft.; B grade
cream 87 He pound.
Country meats Selling pries to re
tailers: Country killed bogs, best butch
ers, wder 150 pounds 7H-c. Veahus
90 te 120 peands 8-8 He pound; light aai
thin 4-e : heavy calves 4e pound ; lambs.
-10c pound; yearlings 4-5o pound.
Heavy eyea 2-8e pound. Medina cows
2-5c peuad; canaer cows l-2c pound.
Bulla 4-4 He pound.
Mohair Baying price, 1933 clip,
Caseexm bark Buying price 1988
peel, 2H peuad.
Heps Nominal, 1933, 88-40e pound.
Live poultry Portland delivery:
Baying prices: Colored fowla. 4 to S
pounds 12; over S pounds lie; spring
pullets, 1 to SH peeads lie; roasters,
ever 8H pooBtl2c; Lechers fowls, over
8H pounds Be: vader 8H pounds 7e;
broilers, ltt I t pouada 14e: S pounds
and up 12c ; stage Be; roasters 6c. Pekiag
ducks 10c; colored docks te; geese so
Onions Iiktoi 81.25; Oregon f 1.25
Potatoes Local white and red $1.25
cental; Takima 8 1.15-1.50; Deschutes
Cantslonpef DilUrd, standard 31.15-
1.25; Takima, sUndsrds, 75-80s crate;
The Dallas 81 erate.
Wool: 1938 clip, nominal; Willam
ette valley 2 3-2 5c pound; eastern Oregos
16-210 pound; southern ' Idaho 16-ZOs
Hay Burlnr price from producer
AlfaUa, No. 1 new crop 116-10.50 ; retch
315: Willamette valley timothy 315:
eastera Oregon timothy $17.50; oata $14
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 10. (AP)
Cattle Beealpts 135; slow, qnoUbly
Steers, eomaaoa aad saadiuaa $3.50-
4.75. Heifers, good, eomaaoa and medium
n CA . S ..J . In .
$2.25-8; low tatter and eniter $1.25 -
2.25. Bulls, goad and choice $1.75-8. Veal
era, rood aad; choice 86-7.50: cnU, eom
aaoa aad mediam 83-6 good aad choice
$4-5.50, common and medium $3-4.
Hon Receipts 200; lOe lower.
Lightweight, good and choice $5-5.75;
medium weight, good end choice $4.90-
5.75; bearyweignt, good ana choice s.ao
5. PatiHnsr a-nrs medium aad good $3.80-
4.35. Blaagbter pigs, good and choice
$3.60-4. Feeder k itccker pigs, good and
Sheen Beeeints 1200 Se higher.
Lambs, good anil choice $5-5.55; com
mon and meainm s.su-8. xearung weta-
ers $2.50-4.50. Ewes 75e-$.
GRAND ISLAND, Oct. 10
Rev. C. C. Poling, conference
TastSU 1U1 l inwv
church,.y.m be2? 'Ji
BisnxeusuG uieeiuus t, tuo uu-
lonvale church Sunday morning,
Wheat: U. S. Exports
and Production in
U. s. Exports to Europe
( Each, boat rrii
EO million bushet9
. ... -
WHEN Europe produces more
wheat for herself aha buys less
: from the United States. That la the
feature of the world wheat problem
that this chart shows, For instance,
ia U2U whoa many wheat- ships
were busy carrying the bread grala
to Burope, that continent produced
: only : 100.000,000 bushels.. Since
1127, aLtopeu toulriei Urs been
Grade 11 raw 4 milk.
i wop ywx yrsuc, a.s per
(Mlk based ea seal sieatkbi
batterlat ermga.) .
-' Wstrlbutor prica f 1.70 '
Bottetfat ; Top . 18c,
Prints 22c, cubes 24c.
Prices paid ta crewsra by Salem bayen
(The pHees below, aoapfled by a local
greeer. are iadleative et the dairy marital
sat are not gasrseteed y Tke Statesman)
rami aro Tsosraaxsa .
Italian Broeeeil, leg sj
Paruipa, box lag .50
Tornip. bos '-r .50
Rutabagas, lag bez . .65
Brunei spreata, lag , ' 1 "
Lai egg iaa ,. .oa
Coait peas. lb. .09
Una beaaa, lb. OS ;
Cabbace. wV ,, , ,75 ta 1.00,
Greea -peppers, toesL lb.. Mi
Oaieas. dos. buaekes -i , , , ., .IS
FeUtees. local te 15
Letts, leeal .65 te Si
.00 te 8.40
-1,00 to 1.25
Onioaa. Walla Walla, cwt.
Oranfea, Taleacias. fancy S.OO te S.S0
Place nsek , 1.78. te iz
Beets, local, doi. .IS
Ternipa, local, crate . JO
Oerrata. Meal, aos ,, , , .u
Spiaaeh. local, crate
Banaaes. lb. ea stock
50 te .7
Coesuabera kethaoaa. boa
.00 to 1.10
Li aies, fresh ... , ,
Araeado. erate J
Sqaaaa, Daaisa. aoa. .
Tomatoes, Te Dalles
Peacbea. Takima, crate
Corn, local, dos.
Seedless grapes, tag
Tokay r rapes
Sweet Potatoes, lb.
1933 toggles, lb.
1938 clusters, lb.
Spring lambs, top
to .03 H
Dressed real, tov
GBADi aao HAT
Wheat, westaru red .
White, He. 1 ...
Barley, top, toa .,
Oats, feed, toa ,
Oats, millinr, ten .
Hay. barns priess
Oats ana vetch, toa
Alfalfa, valley, first cut
Clever nay .
GRAND ISLAND, Oct. 10 Dale
Fowler, local market gardener.
holds the record for raising: large
squashes. He recently marketed a
1 banana BQUaSh Which was
inches in diameter and welgned
A twin muskmelon was picked
in the melon paten on tne Auei-
a, a a A -S - V
ert Smith farm during the past
week. This was the first one round
this season, although last year
three pair of twin melons were
picked on the same farm.
Melon growers of the district
report a yery heavy loss among!
the melons this year due to the
extremely rainy season.
The small amount of clover
seed la the community was sue-
cessfully hulled during the past
week and this week will find the i
I work of filling the silos in the dls -
t trlct practically completed.
producing more, and more ef eir
owa wheat and the .wheat trafflc
across the Atiantie baa slowed p.
In fact, efforts et, Kuropeaa eoun
tries to supply their needx, and their
buTtag wheat from other eountrlea
has Just about cat oS our wheat ex
ports, as the lone boat for 1988 ie
resented la the chart indicates. The
STOP LOSS SELLIKB :
CHICAGO, Oct 10 (IP,
Stop-loss selling by impatient
holders tumbled, wheat prices
down almost S cents a bushel to
day, with about 1ft cents rally
later.1 ' . ' -
I The) government crop report
I after tradlnr closed contained r
something of a surprise, an In-1
crease- of 8,2(9,090 bushels ta'
the official estimate of 1931
United SUtes yield of wheat!
Trade comment, howevr. Indicat
ed the rturne were too near those
j-ef a month ago to have any ma-
lenai maraei enecnomorrow.
Wheat closed nervous, 1 to
1 5-8 unJer yesterdays finish,
corn 38 off to 1-4 up, eata 1-4
to lr2 down. i
Todays closing quotations:
Wheat Dec. 84 1-2 to 1-8:
May 88 5-8 to 3-4; July S to
5-8. . r
Corn Dec. 43 1-2 to 5-8; May
50 to 50 1-8; July 52 1-4.
Oat Det. 33 3-8 to 1-2; May
57 1-tHo July 35 1-8. .
LOSE CENT A POUND
Turkey Market Uneasy; Lo
cal Lettuce Steadier at
Around 80c Figure
PORTLAND, Oct. 10. (AP).
Butter, extras were forced down
one cent, and standard and prime
firsts were off a naif cent at -the
late session of the Produce ex
change here Monday, although,
there was no change in firsts.
Butterfat values automatically
lost one cent a pound.
Extras were 20 cents, standards
19hi. and prime firsts 19 cents.-
Firsts remained at IS centsun
changed, at this stock is always
la demand by those catering to
The Journal attributed the drop
to the errenmatance "that sMp-
ners to distant, uolnts did not
care to take a loss on the bulk of
heir sales destined to California
points. With the local market
practically as high as the mar
ket to which they were shipping,
these Interests hare-been forced
to take s less oa every pound of
butter seat to the south.
Market on egga continued to
reflect strength here as a result
of increased demand for fresh
goods while storage stocks were
moving oat In volume to tne east.
While there was some demana
for broiler turkeys now showing,
the market here was just a trifle
uneasy with some stock carried
over for several days.
Market for chlckeaa was mere
ly holding Its own at very low
prices generally. Llgfct hens were
still too poor to mete freely and
there was only a small supply or
broiler stuff la sight.
Sales of celery in carload lota
continued to the east but chiefly
to Florida. Prices in general were
very low which suggested extreme
competition of Michigan supplies.
Country killed meats were
without changes In price or senti
ment. Local lettuce' appeared a trifle
steadier tor best around 80c.
Tomatoes continued In acme
call but at extreme low prices.
Local garlic was being sold 15
to 20 cents with Calif ornun a
lew as a dime. .
EjXCUUUVCS Ul A UA
Breeders ta Meet
A meeting of executives of the
State Fox Breeders association
will be held at the chamber of
commerce here Saturday morning
and afternoon, when final details
and plans for the second annual
pelt show will' be worked out.
The first pelt show was held
here a year ago, when more than
J 23 0,0 00 worth of furs were on
Production in Europe
(Each fitcK hokJ too million ba
mm-m-mmmmm-mf-. ' f
: .i - ii J
...... i-""--, '. ,;.-:;' . "';
assmssssssmaasss-wassssss ;r -
draw from the export trade, but
rather than hare grain pile up ia
the United States or be sold at less
than eosviho Agricultural Adjust.;
meat Admlnlstratloa baa begun a
wheat plan which win reduce acre
age La the United States aad bring
productioa dowa to the point where
It can an be aurkeUd at a profit to
the taxmer. . '. ; - ' j