The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 15, 1933, Page 9, Image 9

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Classified Ads
Call 9101
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Uoa. HELP WANTED MALE
Wasted: two aollc!trs, alio amaUur
ntertaincra. Call 155 a Llbertr.
- TEA -AND COFFEE ROUTE HBN
Pi j reliable national companr nedi
S mora men -Immediately. Previous ex
perience unnecessary but must be phys
ically able and -willing to serrico 209
steady customers on regular route and
work t boura a day (or about J7.S
weekly. Write Albert M ftla. Route
alsr 2S87 Monmouth, Cincinnati. O.
RAILWAY HAIL. CLERKS. Steady.
Men 18-J 5. Commence $15100 month.
Common education sufficient. Sample
coaching' FREE. . 'Apply today mire.
State age-occupation. Box 128SA,
Statesman. . - ; .,
: HELP WANTED FEMALE
Elderly woman, to help in home in
exchange for room and board. 254
" K. Church. , r
WOMEN Earn $12 dosen sewing,
bome spare time, materials cut, in
.. structlons furnlslW, -experience un-
necessary. "Write Superior Dress Com
. panr. 20J Ha-Temej'er street, Brooklyn,
- : K. Y. - - - '
, SALESMEN WANTED
, MARVELOUS INVENTION. New
Match glyea' minion lights. -Fast sel
- ler. Big profits. Everlasting Match Co.,
413 Sontb- Dearborn, Chicago.
Sell advertising coveralls, shopcoats,
v 13 patterns quality hrriryebonps and
coverts beat all competition. Ex per i-
enoe unnecessary. Greater Comm. Out
fit free.. .WEAREVA, 1129 Maple, Los
. SITUATIONS WANTED
- Exp. woman, 25c hour. TeL E17.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
' Old papers lOe a bundle. Statesman
ftrnce. .
Several vaxieties grapes. E. C. Plank
KOUte 3. BOX 338. Tel. 31F23.
Oregon strawberry plants. 31.50 dug.
, K. Wilson, Mehama, Ore.
Concord grapes for Juice and pre-
servea 1H lb. , By 100-lb. lots, lc
-atucoipn fcenmiot, kz. e, box Z35.
' Saw gumming and sharpening
oitie is. tour corners. TeL 4280.
Flala grapes, Selb. -mile north
er Fenlteatlary four corners. A. W.
Klngt
. Grapese- Call evenings. TeL 61F22.
t T Apples for picking or wHl sell large
iv;. . -xnompson.T.A
- Commercial drying. Walnuts $15 per
v ton. ninerta 7.i per ton. Route s.
lei sr.
Flnanco company must sell fine
.piano for balance due of $125. It Is
nearly new -5ff piano, latest style. 612
btate street. Open evenings until 0
' GRAPES for table. Juice and Jelly.
- 2a lb $1.60 cwt Wm. Stoddard, J.H
? : mile ea Wallace road. .
Four different varieties of apples,
. 22c. Yon bring boxes. Hill Top Grocery
rorta en Kite road, on paving.
.. Pointer i&m -thrftj. Anllsra tm. W. r
i Barcbua, Ramp's corner, t miles north.
; Practically new International En
., cyclopaedia, 25 volumes, for sale at a
aacriuce. xeu asvz.
Sewmg machlna $5; baby crib S3.
: less b. wnurcn. : - '---j
- Burbaak and White -Star potatoee.
5c cwt. Field run. Myrtle Wilcox,
WANTED- Miscellaneous
Wanted: Junior else boy's bicycle In
good condition. Mut be cheap for rash.
What have you? State price. Box $33,
Statesman."--. :. v;-. - if.-" ,-;;..
Hair cut 25c. Joe'a - Barber Shop.
KRA. 154 S. Church St. r
We buy used clothing. TeL 9535 and
will ealL 334 ri. CommerciaL
.; Wanted, used fumirore. Phone 43S8.
' ! Wanted: 11 A. C bolst tor Fordson
tractor. Moat be in good condition and
priced -rtgbt. W. E. Maktnster, TUla
mvle, Oreron. - - t. . i
MISCELLANEOUS
Expert baircuttlngr-20c and 13c 203
S. Winter.. . . -v $ -,,y:
i rn rifu j- ri r.-inj-Lfr -.tucn truu
- Cash -paid for junk of all kinds.
: Phone 4350. 5 ---.. I J .. -.
Nu Bone Corsets. Cs'l for aimofnt-
men. Mrst O. H. Llttiefleld. Phone
7. . , 7"
FOR RENT ROOMS
. WMkJr'wnJirrsrsrr rjsi 1 1 jsjLsijtjua--ajiu.
Sleeping togia. 48 N. aUbertr.
4assasajasaisaagasts
ROOM AND BOARD
Board-room, furnace heat. Twe tn
room, $4.60 week. S meals. 402 North
Summer. r
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tlcal SHirne care. Furnace beat. $20
and en. 402 N. Summer. .
FO'd ItlT APARllyLENTS
2 -room unfur apt Lights, hot and
cold water, Cum. beat, gas range. Ill
ma. 1511 SUta. Tei. lilt t , , v
. fynnant atakimujmto EXCHANGE Real Estate Z , , i h" 1 . wiwumnn. UI1U1.. mmuuw rhhn h h H
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Patton Anartmenta. TVnm town ai-
u-ici. v-au . i-atton s Book Store,
Lovely S-rm. apt, h. w. heat. else.
carase, 2. rnone sis. ,
iFura. for-2 adults. 292 N. Summer.
FOR RENT HOUSES
- v .FOR RENT
One 2-rOom and onm t-raom film
iahed hemae for rent at $1 each per
montn. suitable for small famUles.-
CH1LDS a MILLER. Realtors
III Stats St. Phone $708
Furn. - and unfurn. hnuaa. ft
Forkner, 1110 N. Cottage, TeL 202 1
Furn. unfurn. houses.' Torrens
Grant, first Door Ma son la buUdmg.
f none, sis l.
Modem bouse. Inquire 115 D St
FOR RENT
2 ; farm leases and equipment for
sale, 1-3 crop payment. Information
at office, 4$7 Ferry St.
For rent: 10 and IS A. tracts, Im
proved, clone la. Socolofsky A Son. First
NntT Bank Bldu. .
WANTED TO RENT
Wanted te rent; Small house not
over $S mo. Box. 231, Statesman,
WANT RENTALS
We have calla for furnished and ua
furntahed . houses, apartments, acre
ages and farms. List your rentals
with us.
REALTY CENTER
142 High St. Phone Sill
Want to lease large- house suitable
for apartments. Would trade for fur-
nintmira Box 334 Statesman.
FOR SALE Real Estate
For sale: 2150 equity in good lot
and small house, good location. Inquire
2 N. ltt
00x150 ft. beautiful creek lot: -r.
home, bsmt., furnace, nice trees. Will
trade for smaller house or sell at
sacrifice.
&-r. fine home, bsmt, furnace.
blks. state house. Want offer.
22 A. HoweU Prairie land. $1500
terms.
Fine lots at reduced price
R. A. FORKNER '
1610 N. Cottage St. Tet 3031
SOUTH SALEM HOME
$3950. Late built modem six-room
home, oak floors, fireplace, nook,
three bedrooms, basement, furnace,
nice large lot, plenty of bearing
. cherries and walnuts, winter's wood
""supply goes with place. Only $950
i.down, bal. terms. A REAL BUY LO--CATED
NEAR LESLIE SCHOOL.
ANOTHER GOOD ONE
$2800. Modern five-room home with
; large attic, all nice size rooms, fire
place, full cement basement, fur
nace, double garage, east front, nice
location. IMMEDIATE POSSES
SION. Only $S00 down, bal. $25.00
per mo. to include int. at 6 per cent
SNAP IN THIS HOME
$1500. .Will buy a nice modern five-
room bungalow on paved street at
l6 Berry St Only sioe down, bal
$15 per mo. to include Int. at 7 per
cent SEE THIS BARGAIN TODAY
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
Realtors
1S4 S. Liberty St. Phone 4468
Furn. or unfurn.. Modern. Close in.
T M- . ' 4 -
Opportunity Comes But Once
Exceptional offer, 5-r. modern house
basement, furnace, fireplace, good lo-
c; lion, izuo. 1600 down.
Good Trades
279 A. 7-r. house, 2 barns, pretty house.
Most all fenced with woven wire. Only
$28 p r acre. Trade for city up to
OS Acres, Equipped
Good Imp. 48 s. cult. 5 a. timber.
Running water. Take city house or
smau puce as part
101; Acre $6500
40 a. cult la a. timber, all good
soiL Good Improvements. Wants smal
ler place or service station. If you
want to trade, buy or sell, it pays to
see jas. u. sears. Realtor, 132 S. High.
m m m - - nj-J-(J-Ln
See This Exceptional Buv
4 -room strictly modern English type
city home, in South Salem. Close to
esue nign and grade school.
Corner double lot full basement,
narawooa rioors, fireplace and all
Duut-ma. uniy liooo. Terms.
REALTY CENTER
143 S. High St Phone 8114
cv-icnncing it cres Ideal poultry
home tract, timber, stream, new house.
iw.nicuj. fiwi'u. lenna, Herman
Stone. Wood hum. Ore.
"i i i '' L in, -i ,-i ,-, -i r. .
For sale by owner: 6 a. 3 ml. north
on Pae. highway. B. F. Mills, Rt I,
4ft-V.
Buy a home: Conditions have cre
ated, a situation which enables n to
offer several modern homes at prices
S-i. ueiow looay s building costs.
These are real opportunities to save
money If .you act euickly. Terma Come
in or phone for appointment
HAWKINS & ROBERTS, Inc.
Phone 4109
THREE WONDERFUL BUYS
-room comfortable
aome repair, on choice corner lot 87
V4' leel ,n Englewood district. To
viu!s an esiaze wiu sacrifice tills home
lore short time at tin r..
4-room house like new, two
"".'""'a jaro, lot 60X100, street
paved and paid, walks in An Vin m 11.
Prtceonly 00, cash. $50, baL $15 per
month. 0 per cent interest
. V"" , -ftcr,e tfaot on paved road.
woodshed, electro n?ht w.... k ii
EWr,Jn?Uns way and will sell for
ne"AMf, Ki; 9"? i5e. Pert terms.
244 CTr Jitixm, Realtors
344 Stat St Phona 7ft
V'iria sxjaj-iriBaa s n e -
TODAVS BE5TT Wi-iArm uidp a tt
a modern T-room English type
w. ,1 Wrage, located only
blocks from atat v.n,.u .
diat. possession. ' ' xmm-
EEE Mrs. ElUs wlfb
44CSt MILLER. Realtors
44 Stat. St. fhon. .70S
WHY PAT PJENTT
lou can own a rm
rooma, $700. Another one for
acre tract with coxy 6-r. hnnw
hr -t
ih k-- v rVK aj- Always find
841 ute'sT "
i'lii , M
av.iu Jttuaus
All IB FUltlVftttnn V .
1 rTocaS
IS! 8. LlbarHr K
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aceaa tt -- - H . -
oim awtr ijuui
acre, klw rhcSa!
Ri. w 1-r J.YW "ome terms.
e - .
joll. 4o li UghbiS
chicken house, fenced. iuT7,Sr'
v . -. boh - Tnr ri c ...
So. LUmtT ".
A. 2 biL mam im.n Va.... i
well, fine" solL f $75. '
MELVTN JOHNSON
i 171 StaU SC.
'- Beautiful Improved f acres, close fat.
zor modern house. Box 232, Ftatesmaiu
Modern houaa h Timbl r l..r rw
eaiem or peruana property. W. CI.
Grant, Mason io building.
ii ...a. ......... --M-wyu-truuji.n
For exchanre : Good ranch with is
A. hops, take larger ranch and tut
cash difference, Socolofsky A Son, First
.nan jtsanx mag.
FOR EXCHANGE
GOOD 40-ACRE FARM; ALL GOOD
KW XALPKOVEMENTS, Will take
good Salem ho-ise for part, with excel
lent terms on balance. $7 acres tn cul
tivation. Good land. Nice location near
paved road. 7 miles east of Salem.
Price $3500.
For thia and manv other chntea bar.
gatna In city and farm properties, see
WeUs Talbnan, 3 St State street
FOR TRADE:
1(0 acres red hill ranch with
nice timber, part tn croo thia m
buildings. Price $45 per acre,-will ex
change for Salem city property.
ow, tv. n. UKABBNHOKST 4t CO.
134 S. Liberty St
Almost new White Rotarv
machine, for sale ; or might trade for
furniture..
Clear. Well lmnrnmil n ft .v.
Palouse countrv. Irtahn fn, fon. .v.
of Salem.
H. T Rmttr.Tia
22S Oregon Building Tel 8002
FOR SALE FARMS
I"" 1 -1 -ii-m -.-- mm.mjwj
Ideal Country Home
A Model Home
and Farm
aid dairy farm. SO to 2S0 acres. 34
miles frem Portland on west aide
Pacific highway.
Excellent houa and Aatr
Electric . lights and water. Beautiful
iivunaft ,
AND
This nlaco fa an lnm,x
sell from 00 acres to 360 acres. Will
sell at attractive price.
Keeson Baker Inc.
McMInnvIUe, Oregon
WANTED REAL ESTATE
S si sa o si , ,vtyM M WtAAflJ(Aa
Wanted: Small house, far ritk rnii
ACREAGE WANTED
We have a buyer for a small acre.
age. Has some cash.
List your Drooertv with tha TlnTv
Center, 142 S. High St, phone 8114.
The "New Deal" in Real Estate Serv
ice is given through our Realty Ex,
change System.
Business Opportunities
w... ------ .-iV,wyvwIA(wu)A
Well equipped small lanndrv In e-ftod
valley town. Reasonable price on
terms or part trade. Box 333, care
3 Linesman.
For sale: One-half Interest In aarv.
station. Also full Interest in 2 -car re
pair shop In connection with station.
close to downtown location. TeL 7115
bunday or 790 N. Winter.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY
We have funds for a limited nnmber
of exceptionally well secured city loans
aillkk, Altera. Loans
344 State St Phone 0708
Automobile and chattel loans. 1 tn
20 months to repay at lowest possible
rates. ,
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local co mo ration
1st PatL Bank Bldg. Phone 8553
Licensed by state
Will a Loan
Help You?
You can borrow up to $300 from as
in z nours or leas, and take from l
to 20 months to repay.
come in . . . write ... or 'Phone
BENEFICIAL LOAN
SOCIETY
OF SALEM
We do NRA etir nar
Room 119, New Bligh Bldg.. 2nd floor.
LICENSED No. S-122 by STATE
518 State St Tel 87 10
1 m i rt rLTXrlJlnarani aannnasa
Private money to loan on rood real
estate. Chas. Hudkins, TeL 9182. Room
Winers store Bldg.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE: 1 rood mar. wtt
1400. price $65.00. S. G. Sheeta. Timor
Oregon.
FOR SALE WOOD
Grub oak wood. TeL SIF15.
MMM11",1MMWeseMBMSBSaaS-MMU
Phone 4964 for nice dry wood.
Phone Tracy's, S98S for dry wood.
GUARANTEED flfft i -
FL 5000 Salens Fnmi rV Tnm. a
Cottage.
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Ash, fir and oak. Tel 5(48.
Oak wood for sale. TeL 3688.
Dry wood, all kinds. Call. 48714.
Smlth A Rubens.
Se. ..d growth and oak. Phone 137F3
All kinds of wood. Tel 4418.
PERSONAL
Asthma. Bronchitis, Sinusitis borne
treatment New discovery by nroml-
nent physician. Write for free book and
sympion . chart INSTITUTE, 6411
Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood. Calif.
FOR SALE USED CARS
"Chevrolet Grvei More -
McKay Used Cars
at a Saving k
Model T Ford Coupe
Model T Ford Touring
Model T Ford Coupe
t 25
35
. 55
125
19ZS Durant Coach
1S29 Ford Sport Couna .
175
12S Dodge Victory f 4-door
- j , Sedan - ' - 245
1SS0 Ford 4-door Sedan - 285
1929 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan , , 285
(Two of these take your choice)
Douglas McKay
Chevrolet Co. '
333 Center TeL 3189 410 N. ComT
Valley Motor4Co.
1932 B model DeLoxe Ford Coach S44S
1933 Ford Sedan-delivery , L 425
1921 fLato) Ford id 250
1929 Ford Roadster 185
1033 Chevrolet Coach -.., ,,-,' 475
Jlif ? Waiys-Knlght 8edae S90
1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet, new-
tires ; ; - i
1929.LaSalle Coupe - .. 825
Valley Motor Company
Lot at Marlon and Liberty . - TeL 7910
192S Ford roadster, new battery.
good, uresv vau - me Mraket after
4 P 3B. ' , : r ,
I :r Business HMDS MM fMrif biiwlfn
II r T . . l a . m.l - 1 1 r y I
The German aeppelln Graf
crossed the Atlantic 6 years ago
today.
. ' O
Milk routes must be scarce. We
know of several people who have
advertised for routes but seem un
able to set them.
0
A year ago today a chain of 12
federal home loan banks opened
to begin reecfvlng applications of
loans on small home mortgages.
O
We told yoa a tew days ago
mat Montgomery Ward A Co,
had a record day last Saturday
exceeding the sales record of any
day since they have beea in Sa
lem. At 4:30 Saturday Mr. New
man informed us that their sales
were ahead of last Saturday. We
don't mean to say too much about
any one advertiser, but we can't
help but tell you about this - be
cause all the advertising for this
Ward week has been done ex
clusively In The "Statesman.
-O- -
Notice by a. statement from
Ladd & Bush bank on another
page of today's paper that the de
posits in their bank September
30 were $7,099,090.31. The 31
cents must be ours.
O
There are some fine homes
farms, dairy farms and acreage
offered in today's classified. Read
the ads on this page carefully.
FOR SALE USED CARS
SsOaet W a mmm aiaa ava..
Sunday Specials
33 ESSEX TERRAPLANE Rl?nV
Run less than 2000 miles. Will give
itkg reauciion.
'32 NASH 8 4-DOOR SEDAN..$496
xma,car nas an new tires and
is in A-l condition. Blue book
price $650.
'31 STUDE DICTATOR COUPE $375
This one Blue Books for $475
'30 HUDSON TOURING SEDAN $365
iiio uuok nays 4.
'30 HUDSON R-S COUPE $29
The famous six with the F-head
motor.
'27 OAKLAND 4-DOOR SEDAN $165
state Motors Inc.
High and Chemeketa
Open Sunday and Evenings
WANTED USED CARS
9, Good Used
Cars
W. If Poetically sold out our
L u nave a car t0 8611 see
io nuy, sen or consign.
BORREGO'S CAR MKT.
tlu "Deity. TeL 3488
Cash for small car. Tel. 7226.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright, 1033 Standard Statistics Oo )
October 14
Stock atesm!
loaay in j? n ht
78.4
78J
80.5
Previotisdsy 87,0 42.8 T.S
Week if a . 90.4 43.4 75. S
Year ago .. 65.2 7.8 87.
S6.0
3 years ago 138.2 108.7 187.8 142.2
High 1033 102.1 68.0 11S.T OSS
Lew 1933
42.3
72.3
85.1
23.5 61.5
89.8 111.0
13.2 51.8
High 1932
Lew 1932
43.9
73.9
83.0
76.5
76.7
75.8
70.4
99.8
83.5
63.8
78.1
57.5
Today
Previous day
Weekira
73.4 75.3
73.8 75.5
73.0 73.6
63.0 65.3
92.5 107.8
77.1 84.9
58.3 57.0
71.8 78.0
53.3 47.4
81.1
81.1
79.1
82.1
09.5
88.5
74.1
80.2
70.9
Year eo
8 jears ago
High 1933
Low 1033
High 1932
Low 1932
Stock Exchange
Variations are
Narrow Saturday
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. (JPi As
frequently happens at a week-end
stocks made narrow changes to
day. Volume wag moderate, total
ing 802,460 shares.
American Telephone, whose
third quarter earnings are soon
to be announced, mored against
the trend while the general list
was declining and finished 1
higher. Allied Chemical. Da Pont,
Chrysler, U. S. Ind astral Alcohol,
General Electric, General Motors
and WesUnghouse were no frnc-'
tions to slightly more than a
point. American Can rose 2 and
Deere nearly as much. Case clos
ed unchanged., Coxa products.
Crown Cork A Seal, Cudahy,
Maey and a few'metals were off a
point of so. Rails acted indiffer
ently. Prices Unchanged
On Wool Market
BOSTON. Oct. 14. (A fTT s
Dept. Agr.) Trading: In wool
this week was very light, partly
on account or the week being
broken up by a holiday. The num
ber of buyers in the market, how
ever, la rather limited. Most of
the purchases were of very mod
erate volume and included largely
the liner quality fleece and ter
ritory lines. Prices were anehang-
ea rrom tne previous week and
quotations, on domestic lines gen
erally were firm. ,
Woodward .With .
Group at Washington
SLLVERTON, Oct. 13. - M. CL
Woodard, manager of the Silver
Falls Timber company mill at Sil
verton, left this week for Wash
ington, D. C, with a. party of
lumbermen. Mrs. Woodard ac
companied Woodard as fax as
Hawley, Minn., where she will
visit ber brother. Van Ireland.
She will also ; visit her mother.
Mrs; 3- P. Ireland, and two broth
ers at. Grand Forks, N. D,
Cards In this directory run
on a monthly basis oar. Rate:
f 1.00 per line per month.
AUTO BRAKES
n vommerciai Street
BICYCLES
New and used. Ttrea
HARRY W. SCOTT. 147 a Com'l St
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind School. TeL 4072.
Fuller Brush Man. TeL 8661.
CATERING
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 6733.
JHuJjdaIe2pskIo&
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone -4 4 5t. R. E. Northnesa
CHINESE MEDICINE
When Others Fail
Nature's herbs for every IIL H, S.
Low, noted Chinese herbalist 473 &
Commercial Street Salem, Oregon.
Established since 1912 In Oakland.
Calif, Consultation free. Telephone
5751 Hours 9 to S. Sun. 19 to 12 M.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Ca
Hours Tuesday and Fttday, 10 :30 a. m.
to4j3p. m. 148 N. ObmmerclaL
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. a L. SCOTT, PSC, Chiropractor.
256 N. High. Tel. Rea, 8573.
FLORISTS
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Brelt
haupt florist 677 Court TeL 5904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luta Fler
it. 16th A Market. Tel. 59
GLASS
Auto and window glass mirrors TeL
51(16 Walter J. Downs, 680 Breya
INSURANCE
BECKE ft HENDRICKS
189 N. High TeL 4947
COFFEY-SMITH, gen. ins. Tel. 832.
LAUNDRIES
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
263 S. High TeL 9125
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRT
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 81 SS 1IS4 Broadway
MATTRESSES
Mattresses from factory to home. Cot
ton mattress, 60s lb. $6.00. Renovators
and rum iga tors. Rugs cleaned. Capitol
tteaaing to. lei. v. juig m. capitol.
New mattress made to order, old re
made; carpet cleaning, sising; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rug ft Mat
tress Factory, a 13th ft Wilbur. TeL
S441. Otto F. Zwicker. Est 1911.
MUSIC STORES
GEO. C WILLPianos, radios, sewing
machines, sheet music and piano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 432 State Street
Nalem.
PHYSICIAN
Homeopathic Physician
L. G. Altman. M. D. Homeopathlst
Office and residence 607 Center St.
Phone 6831 Treats both acute and
chronic diseases.
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint ft Roofing. 474 Ferry.
PRINTING
FOR STATIONERY, tarda nan.nh-
lets, programs, books or any kind of
prmtuig, can The Statesman Printing
Department 215 8. Commercial. Tela-
phone 101. - -
REAL ESTATE.
BECKS ft HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W. IL GRABENHORST ft CO.
134 & Liberty St ' TeL C4SS.
SOCOLOFSKY ft SON
204-S First Nat'L Ek. Bldg. Tel. 7807;
STOVES
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for aale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, ' fancy end
glain, bop baskets, hooka, logaa hooka
alem Fence- and Stove Works, 362
Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming.
'TRANSFER
CYm Irt-nl A. Afktnnr t-af.e. artr .
call 3131. Larmer Transfer Co. Truck
to Portland daily.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22$
State St TeL 7773- Distributing, for-
waraing ana atorstg our apecJty
Get our rates.
- TYPEWRITERS,
TYPEWRITERS Adding Mch. ' sold,
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke ft Short, 532 Court TeL 6684.
UPHOLSTERING
First class npholsteiing. . Cushions
mads and rebuilt Canvas work, Eu
bank's Upholstery Shop 7 with Sora
han's Finish Shop. 454 Ferry St
WELL DRILLING
R. A. West 80 years experience, RFD
7. Bor-SOS. Tel. 110F6. -
LEAVES HOSPITAL
SLLVERTON, Oct, 14. Mrs.
Henry Waldner hu returned from
the St. Vincent hosplul at Port
land whereshe has been confined
for the past several weeks follow
ing; two major operations. Mrs.
Waldner is reported aa recovering:
satisfactorily. r
Laurens county, Georgia, farm
ers held their 11th annual pas
ture meeting this summer.
CHICAGO, Oct. 14. flV- tn
a violent general collapse of grain
vaues loaay. wneat went K A Mint.
a bushel under the season's high
point touched last July. Corn was
down 40 cents and oats 25 cents
compared with July. )
ine grain markets crack
wide open-as a result of saiiin
stampedes to stop losses of snecn.
isiora who nad overbought be
cause or supposed likelihood of
united States currency Inflation.
Belief became - nearly unanimous
among grain traders today that
the Washington administration
had. abandoned any such inflation
plans. - ,
Late rallies offset much of the
losses In corn and oats, but wheat
recovered to only a limited de
gree. Wheat closed nervous. 2
4 cents under yesterday's finish.
com -l down, oats l-2
orr.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat December 74 -75:
May 78-7: July 7.
Corn December 3 8 -3 9; May
Jaiy 47.
Oats December 28-i: May
jz-3Ztt; July 30.
General Markets
- XODTJCE ZZCBASrOB
PORTLAND. Ore- Oct 14 fAPl
-nraacs excasBge, net prices: setter
tnrsi zo stsndsrds 18 e, prims firiU
1VC Iirtti 18C JSXSS Jfreak axtras 2Be.
fresh medinau 24a,
Portland Grain
POBTLAKD. Ora Oet. 14 fAPi
Msy 70 70 V. 6S (ta
December 66 66 UVi 64
Cash wheat No. 1 EIr Bend blH.-
(tern 69 c; dark hard winter 12 per cent
70e, 11 per cent 61 e; soft white,
western White, hard winter, northern
spring, wentern red 59 e.
uau.No. 2 white $22.
Corn Xo. 2E yellow $20.50.
Millrun Standard $15.
Portland Produce
POETLAND. Ore- Oct. 14 fAPl
Batter Prints, extras 22c itandarda
21 He pound.
Bnttcrfat Portland delivery: A
grade 19c. Farmer'a door delivery 17e
ponnd. Sweet cream 6c higher.
Eggs Pacific poultry producers,
selling price: Freth extra special SOe, ez
traa 28c, atandarda 23c, mediums 24c,
pallets 17c dozen.
EFgs Buying price by wholesaler:
Fresh extras, 26a dozen, firsts 21c. me
diums 18c, undergradea 13c, pullets 14c
dozen.
Cheese 92 score Oregon triplets
lie loaf, 12c ponnd. Brokers will pay
He below quotation.
Milk Contract price, 4 per east:
Portland delivery $1.70 eyt.; B grade
cream 8 7 He pound.
Country meats Selling price to re
tailers: Country killed hogs, best butch
ers, under 150 pounds 8-8 He. Vealers
80 te 120 ponnd 8H-9e ponnd; light and
thin 4-6c; heavy calves 4c pound; lambs.
10-10 He pound; yearlings 4-5c ponnd.
Heavy eyes 2-3o pound. Medium rows
2-5c pennd; canner cows l-2e pound.
Enlls 4-4 He pound.
Mohair Baying price, 1938 clip,
15e pound.
Casrara bark Baying price 1933
peel, 2 He ponnd.
, Hops Nominal, 1933, 88-40o pound.
Live poultry Portland delivery:
Buying prices: Colored fowls, 4 to 6
pound 12e; ever 6 pounds lie; spring
pallets, 2 to SH pounds lie; roasetrs,
over 3H pounds lie; Leghorn fowls, over
8 pounds c, under 8 pounds 9e;
broilers, 1 to t pounds 13e; 3 pounds
and up 13c; stags 8c; roosters 5c Peking
ducks lOe; colored docks 8c; geese 9
pound.
Onions Yakima $1.25; Oregon $1.25
1.40 cental.
Potatoes Local white end red $1.15
1.25 cental; Yakima $1,151.40; D
sehntes 11. 40-1.05.
Csntaloapes Oil lard, standard $L15
1.25; Yakima, standards, 75-Soc crate;
The Dalles $1 erate. ,
Wool: 19S3 clip,' nominal; Willam
ette vaUey 23-25e pound; eastern Oregoa
16-21e pound; southern Idaho 16-20e
pound.
Hay Baying price from producer:
Alfalfa. Xo. 1 new crop $16-16.50; veteh
$15; Willamette valley timothy $15;
eastern Oregon timothy $17.50; cats $14
ten.
Illinois farmers are growing al
most 18 times as much sweet clo
ver as they were 13 years ago.
Europe in Nervous Jitters
-
'J'; CUJr v
Mu-ssorttrt
The recertt assassination attempt en Chancellor Engelbert Dollfoss of
Anstriav in which the statesman received two minor wounds, might well
have been the spark to Ignite the blaze of another war in Europe, as did
the assassination of the Archduke Francis and lis wife. In 1914. At no
time in its history has the continent beea so ripe for war as at present.
Cba cellor Hitler, at the head of Naxi-ridden Germany, hurls defiance
. at Franc with one hand, while seeking te drag Austria into the Beich
with the ether. Franc is armed to the teeth and ready for tjrouble. In.
Italy, Premier Mussolini gives moral and material support to Douiuss fat
his war against German Nazi propaganda, and even peace-loving Hol
land is preparing; to defend her- f roHtierr gainst a feared German
e eessl ateetels
. i .
lstHbator price $)1.7qv
Batterfa s Top lc,
prints 21 Kc, cubes 22Jc.
Prices paid te growers by Baless haysie
M-. fl lo0
fTke prices below, suppned by a local
-r" oi na aaily saarkM
... ... ... awaaiMB ay (Statesman)
Italisa Broccoli, lag tff
Psnnipa, ba In. kn
Tsaaips; sea. lag ' Xa
Rutabaga a. tag box ... .es
Braasal sprosts. lag ' T
leesl egg plant ' jos
Cesst peas, b. o
Lias beeaalb. - "ij
Cabbaga. cwt 75 u i,"oo
Oreea peppers. loeaL lb. - 04
Oniaas. doa. bssehes , .15
Potatoes, local 1.0O to 1.2S
syeiiaea. local , 65 to
Cabforaia, red - . ,, .oq to 8.40
Psret Sound 1 aa . 1 c
Onion. Walla Walla, ewt
Lbish i 25
Cehry. doa. . . tt
Applea -
1 .73
Jonathans 90
fPt 1 15
Peaaoek k
Orange. ValancUa, fancy 84)0 to s!so
Place sack i i tj
Beets, local, dos. - 15
Turnips, local, erata . .30
Carrots, local, dos .15
Spin sea, local, crate
bssaass, lb. aa stock .
HsBda
50 to .75
.03
fJueasabers. bnthonsa, fias
CaataloDpes. MeMianviUa
.05 H
1.25
.90 te 1.10
.0.00
no
"
.25
1.00
.20
.50
.73
.10
.08
1.00
1.00
.03 H
.40
.38
Diflanl 2
Lemons
Lima, fresh -Avseedos.
erata
Seaasa. Dsniik. dm .
Habbsrd iqssih
Tomatoes, The Dalles
Local, bushel
Peaches. Yakima, crate
Cora, local, dos.
Ossabss. lb.
Seedless s-ranea lnr
Tokay grapes
Sweet Potatoes, lb.
HOPS
1933 fuggles. lb.
1933 clutters, lb.
EOG8
Baying Prices
Extrsi
Standards
.25
25
Z .21
Mediums
POOXTM
Pullets
.12
.04
.11
.09
.08
.12
.12
lll rmSitera
Colored hens
Medium hens
Light hens ...
Leghorn fryers
Colored fryers
HEAT
Spring lambs, top 5.00
Hars, top 5.50
i im cuts ,. -.5.25
Second cuts 5.00
Steers , .08 to .04
owa .01 . te
Bull . 02 te
.02 H
Dressed veal, top
. .07
- 07 H
.. .49
... .51
,.16.00
.17.00
.19.00
-12.00
Ures&ed hoes .
GHAIN AND HAT
Wheat, wentern red
White. Ko. 1
Barley, too. ton
Oats, feed, ton ,
Oats, milling, ton
Hit. hnyins Dries
Oati and vetch, ton
Airnlfa, valley, first eut.
.14.00
-12.00
lover nay
WOOL
Medium
.25
28
.20
.01
.09
onrsa
Mohair
CASCA&A BABE
Crees,' lb.
Dry. lb.
School at Bethel
Gives Program
BETHEL. Oct. 14. A radio
program with Coralee Nichols as
annouocer, was given at the
school in celebration of Columbus
day. Songs by the school; piano
solos by Lillian Hamrick, Leisla
Darr and Coralee Nichols; poems
and stories by Luella Nichols.
Werna Froehlich, Freda Bucar
ench, Alfred Babnsen, Junior
Chevally, John Bncarench, Ila
Mae Creech, Betty Boling, Coralee
Nichols, Jean Hain, Wanda- Froeh
lich, Leisla Darr, Marcella Wolfe,
Charlotte Hain, Dorothea Froeh
lich, Norma June Boles, Minalee
Spranger and Bobby Chevally.
Clover planting in Carroll coun
ty, Georgia, covers nearly 10
times the acreage of last season.
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PORTLANiX OCt It. (rPi-Announcement
was made by .. Edna
B. :sed. general manager of the -Pacific
Co-ops, of an adyance ot -lc
all around in the egg market
effective' Monday morning. This
takes up the previous decline on "
all offerings excert puets, which
were not previous cut but art
now higher. Specials will be 31c,
extras 29c, standards 24c, me
diums 25c and pullets 18c dosen.
PORTLAND, Oct. 14. ,(Pj
There was r change In general
quotations on eggs for the week
end but undertone of the market
Is badly mixed.
Butter trading 1 was nominally
steady here. Expectation of goy
ernment participation In the coast
markets was having the effect
of keeping ls trade from orer
crowding the market.
Last session of the Drodnce 1-;
change showed a further increase
la the buying pric In some lines
of lire poultry although light
weight hens were forced un be.
cause of most acute sortr. Ac
tion, of the exchange in cutting;
prices was considered out of line
with genal condijtns.
Turkey prices were about hold
ing their own. The nnbli TiTVa
tite appears to have waned a
trifle and former extreme prices1
were not being generally recetv.
ed. There remained shipping de
mand. Fractloaal adrance has h n
forced in th , nrice on ennnt
killed calves to 9 Late receipts
hare been greatly mrtailed. nth- .
er lines were steady.
jui through the potato trade
weaker tone was- Rnrrii
with increased digging, and otter
ing. Cn thi track here there wa
a considerable showirig of Yaki
ma stock offered Bomewhat below
the f.o.b. basis.
mtm
GERVAIS. Oct! 14. The Par
ent - TeacheT association is spon
soring a 600 party to be given at
the auditorium next Tuesday
Ight as a benefit for the curtain
fund. Mrs. Sumner Stevens, Mrs.
W. Cutsforth and Mrs. M. D.
Henning compose the committee
in charge. Everyone is Invited and
large attendance is anticipated.
Refreshments will be served after
the game.
Mrs. A. B. Adkisson and Mrs.
Cutsforth have been appointed by
President Buchanan as delegates
to the state Parent - Teacher con
vention which will be held in $a
lem, October 24-27. f
The traveling library has been
moved from the Masonic building
to a spare room in the auditorium
where it will be more convenient
to the school pupilsJ Mrs. Buch
anan has agreed to act as librar
ian for this year.
The adult bible class andjthe
Fidelis class of the Presbyterian
Sunday school met at the church
Wednesday night to discuss .fur
ther the plans they had started for
some repairs about the ehurch.
Some of the seats which w.ere in
need of repairs have been repair
ed and al are to be stained and
vanished. The report on cost of
installing a furnace was soT en
couraging that the classes will
take decisive steps toward having
It installed before the inter sea
son sets in. Next Sunday Is to be
rally day at the Presbyterian
church. A merged Sunday school
and ehurch service will be held
beginning at 10:30 to which all
are invited. A good program is
being prepared.
Honor Birthday
With Dinner Party
BROOKS, Oct. 14. Honoring
their son, Sylvester Harris, on his '
birthday, Mri and Mrs. A. E. Har
ris entertained with a dinner at'
their home Wednesday night.
Covers were placed for the honor -guest.
Sylvester Harris, and Mrs. '
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Roxner and
two sons of, Dayton. Mr. and Mrs.
iWilliam Cottew and son Billie,
Miss Lavonne Harris, Alfred Lour- ,
sine, Albert Harris and the hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Harris.
, Mrs. Sldebottom has as her
guest her sister, Mrs. Ella Carpen
ter of Snohomish, Wash.
. Mr. and Mrs. George Cole of
Stayton were dinner guests of
Mrs. Cole's mother. . Mrs. A. M.
Dunlavy, Wednesday. Miss Ellen
Hackit and Mrs Fred Batchelor
of Salem were also guests at the
Dunlavy home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Streeter have
gone to Chicago to attend tbo
world's fair.- They, will visit in
several other states before return- .
ing home.
Roof Blaze Burns
$25 Hole in Briery
Apartment House
WOODBURN, Oct. 14. The
Woodburn fire department was'
called out Thursday noon to ex
tinguish a roof blaze : at the'
Briery apartment house on Corby ,
street. Damage amounting to.
about 1 25 was caused by a de
fective flu. - '
, H. T, Butterfleld has leased th
Hussma n corner on the Paclfie .
highway, the seven acres Involved) .
in th deal to be planted to daffo
dils.: Butterfleld Is owner ot th
Fair Oaks bulb gardens also on
the Pacitte highway. -
' W. C. T. r. THURSDAY '
HAZEL GREEN, OcV-l -Sarah
Oliver Union of th W. a
T. U. will meet Thursday at t
Brook eommuaity church.
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