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HELP WANTED MALE
Wanted : two alienors, alao amateur
entertainers. Call 155 S. Liberty.
Wanted : Middle axed housekeeper,
mora for company than work. Cloas
to Sslem. Box 337, care Statesman.
Wanted; Fart tins practical nurse.
Give references and Phone number.
30.8t per week. Box; 39, cart States
- Aweat wanted. Beat deal in Salem,
mea or women. 147 N. Commercial.
Real estate salesman, food prop
ositiea for a live man. Bee Jsa X.
Sears, 112 & High St.
FOR SALE Mlsre flanrora
Old papers Its a bundle. Statesman
Several varieties grapes. E. a Plank
Rout J. Box 231. TeL I1FZ3.
Concord crapes tor Jules an pre
serves. le la. by leewa, iota, ic
Rudolph Schmidt, RL, s. Box 235.
8aw gumming and sharpening
mils B, Tour Corners. TsL 4286.
Csmmsrcial drying. Walnuts $16 per
ton. filberts 57..0 per ton. -touts
Ftnaaea eomtinf must sell tine
bUmw fsr balance due of lilt. It Is
nearly new 558 piano, latest style. Ill
Sues street Open srsnlngs until I.
Grapes 2c Olive
Front Tel. 438S.
Huston. 2515 N.
'it Essex S : '25 Star 4 ; '25 Olds
Sedan ; 2S Overland 4 ; '23 Dodge De
livery; 1922 G. M. C 8 Truck; Pontiac
AC'MK AUTO A TRUCK WRECKERS
430 South Commercial
Several kinds apples. 2315 S. Cottage.
- Octobsr-Crummel peaches, fine for
caanuig. 25c and $1.25 a box. Puritan
Oder Works, West Salem, TeL 5428.
A-l wood heater. 255 Division St
Buy a piano on Tallxnan's deferred
rental clan. Investigate this plan.
T.il'man's Piano Stores. 393 S. 12th
Salem or C22 8.' W. Broadway, Port
land. OATS AND VETCH SEED.
23F11. Fred DeVries, Pratum.
1 heating stove $4; one No. 4 De
laval cream separator 5. Daniel Nel
son, 2570 Maple.
Sweet water grapes. Wm. Stoddard
rt mile Wallace road.
Used heaters and ranges cheap. Ore
gon Trading Post. 333 N. Com L
Grapes, le and 2c. Tel 78F21.
For sale or trade : Fresh cow, for
farm machinery. MUo Wilcox, Rt 7,
Balem. Tel. 10F23.
Good bicycle for wood. 147 8. ComT.
To trade: Columbia portable phono
graph for bicycle tr wood. Phone 5745.
Hair cut 2 Sc. Joe's Barber
NBA. 154 S. Church St
Ws buy used clothing. TeK. 3525 and
will call. 324 N. csmmerciai.
Wanted : Used furniture. Oregon
Trading Post. 332 N. Com'!. Phone 4353
Ecpert halrcuttlng, 20c aad 16c. 203
Nu Bone Corset a Call for appoint
ment Mrs. G. H. Llttleneld. Pbons
axnj-Lrtiirvar i-"" "
S Liberty. -
25 cents, Wbtts'a 174
ROOM AND BOARD
Beart-room, 8 S5 Court TeL 6673.
That. Alexandria. Reasonable, com
fortable. Day. week or month. Ill
Board, 330 up. Steam best 5482.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattoa 'Apartmenta Down town dis
trict CaU Patton s book etore.
Nfp fnmbvd apt. S9 ITntofx.
Pnrn. and unfurn. bouses, R.
Forkner, 1110 N. Cottage, TeL 30 JL
i i-M-Lru"inrn"""i-i-p-"i-Mi- " " -i- -i r
ruri. unfurn. bouses. Xorrens
Orant first floor Mnsor.ls . ssjikllna-,
Nicely furnished 3-rcom house, near
Houywooa. mi jeuerson.
rii nnririi-i-n-i'B- - -- - - - - - -
For rent : 4 rooms well furnished.
Klectrlo stors, refrigWrator, cleaner.
. niui waahlnS machine. Furnaosv wais
' jng distancs. Owner will take ens or
more- meals tf desirable, phone 7121
i betewea 5 and 8 p. m. f.?-.
6-room bungalow, ftrnlshed or an
. furnished. 185 Trade. Tsl S09S.
Several small tracts from 1 to !0
CHILLIS MILLER. Realtor
S44 State St. Phone (70S
FOR SALE Beal Estate
Giveaway: Modern 6-rm. furnished
Owner 431 S. Cottage, upper flat.
r s s m a, Terr tine, at sacrlf lae.
pries. 1576 N. 18th. TsL 4177.
For sale by owner: C acres I miles
north on Pse. highway. B. F. Wells,
R. , Bex SIC.
For sals, or private party, good
sized lot with small house on back.
Good location. Inquire 620 N. 19th.
For sale, nicely fura. S-room, home.
Dial 143 for particulars.
Modern, neat S-room home, good h-
eat ten. cor. lot. -all paved, ass or elec
tric toed water, priced right. Easy to
buy. Tel T772; owner.
New. strictly modern, 6-rm. house
S A. cherry orchard. Trade for coast
H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Building- Tel .8902
EXCHANGE Seal Estate
Modern house- In Tacoma. clear, for
Salem or Portland property, w. U.
Grant, Masonic building. .
Owner of neat S-room house In good
town near Portland wishes property m
or near Salem. Value 13500. Will as
40 acres a few miles out on paved
road, creek, fair set of buildings, about
acres clear, balance pasture ana tim
her. Price t!200. Exchange for Salem
CHILDS ft MILLER. Realtors
344 State St Phone 8708
FOR SALE FARMS
TWO GOOD RANCHES
27 acre. 6-r. house, t good barns
and 2 stock bams. 45 A cult. 1- roe
pasture and some timber. Running
water. 1 mils off of paved road on
good gravel road. Just think, only
$6000, almost given away. Place is
eltar. Will take small plc as part.
101 ACRES 000
Good f'r. house, bath, fireplace,
barn, silo, SO A. cult, IS A. timber.
Springs, all good sail. Trade for small
place or service station.
J AS. D. SEARS. Realtor
132 a High
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Small house for cash. Call
Will pay caah, to owner only, for 8
or S rooralieuse. In north or northeast
Salem. Write P. O. Box 3. Give locs
tloa and lowest cash price.
WsU equipped small laundry hi good
valley town. Reasonable price on
terms or part trade. Box 233, care
Gasoline station. I pumps, In city.
Good location. Sell er lease.
Truck, express sad drayage business
snd residence Is good town. Trade for
small acreage dose to Salem.
Gasoline station, store bids., resi
dence, on paved road close to Salem.
Sell or trade for acreage.
27s State St
2-pusip gas station, living Quarters,
repair garage, 3 cabins snd I seres
ground. 500 ft frontage on Pacific
highway, at a bargain.
J AS. D. SEARS. Realtor
133 S. High
MONEY TO LOAN
Automobile and chattel loans. 1 to
20 months to repay at lowest possible
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st Nat'L Bank Bldg. Phone 8353
Licensed by State
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Will a Loan
Tou can borrow up to $300 from us
in Z4 hours or less, and take from !
ts 20 months to repay.
Come in . . . Write ... or 'Phone
We do KRA our part
Room 119, New Bligh Bldg., 2nd floor.
LICENSED" NO. S-I2Z by STATE
318 State St. Tel 3 74 0
Wanted by reliable party. $3000 or
was, 1. References and security. Box
138. ear Statesman.
Livestock and poultry
Tel. 113F2. Lee's
FOR SALE WOOD
Phoc5 41(4 tor nice ?ry wood.
PfcoM Tracy's, S9SI for dry wooil
-GUARANTEED DRY wood -coal
TsL 8009 Salem Fuel Co, Trade 4
Ash, fir and oak. Tel ew48.
kn i-iirM-.iwiiil . j.i i.i. i
Oak wood for sals. TeL 3888.
All kinds of wood. Tel 4411
"-i--,-i-iiii-.-,-inr nrul rLTuxjijui
Good wood of all kinds. Also A-l
sawdust Tel. 8933.
growth and oak. Phono
FOR SALE USED CARS
Pop sale : One Plymouth car. TziDla
XAJa, 3217 Falrcrouiui road.
mm mm aewsn,e ss ViVtyiiWIfu-Jl
BUICK SEDAN, $295. 1798 D St
WANTED USED CARS
Wanted, Good Used
Ws have practically sold out -our
stock. If you have a car te sell see
us. We buy, seu or consign.
BO RR EGO'S CAR MKT.
240 No. Liberty. Tel. 3888
SILVERTON, Oct. 20. Uls
Ollrla DeGuire was made presi
dent of the Sllverton Teachers as
sociation. Other officers elected
were 'Got DeLay, Ylce-presidenl
and Miss Dorothy Geisler, secre
BOY rXJTRF.3 FOOT -
RICKEY, Oct- 29. Raymond
Beard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Beard. . wane chopplna -wood
few days ago cut his foot quite
A couple of Harry W. 6cottB
motorcycle enthnslait thought
they had saved some money when
they each purchased a leather
coat from a man from Portland,
They found out their mistake
when deputy Sheriff Newell Wil
liams called for the coats yes
terday and told them that the
man had stolen them.
The first Incandescent light was
used 64 years ago today.
Next Wednesday le the last day
ot deer hunting season.
(Copyright. 1933 Standard Statistics Co.)
Todsy 78.0 6.S 71.0 70.4
Previous day 75.7 S5.1 6S.5 8.
Week sso 8T.0 . 42.S 78.8 78.2
Year ago 55. 8 20.4 80.8 S7.
8 years sro
High 1933 .
Low 1933 ,
High 1932 ,
Low 1932 .
High 1931 .
Low 1931 ,
135.5 107.0 188.7 189.5
102.1 68.0 iia-e.
42.8 23.5 61.5 43.9
72.8 89.8 111.0 73.9
85.1 13.3 51.S 35.0
140.3 100.3 208.9 114 J
60.0 80.S 92.8 81.2
8 years sgo .
90.4 105.7 101.5
62.8 62.8 80.1
SATURDAY, October SI
- roAC roavAiua 5o xe,
7:80 Moraing Msditatioaa, led by sol
lee Y. W. O. A.
8:00 Morning esaesrs.
9:00 Aroand tb Csxtpnr.
11:00 Better Besllk sad Loafer Ufa.
12:00 Farm hour.
-.00 Aeelian Echoes.
4:30 Eddie Seroggias aad his orches
tra. 6:45 Fans boar.
BOP IB TONE
QUIET PAST WEEK
Hop markets continued an ex
tremely quiet tone the past week,
with no sales of either old or new
hops reported from the three
coast states, says the Weekly Hop
Market Review. Growers are not
pressing the hops for sale and
the market undertone apears fair
Quotations are still considered
the same as a week ago, ranging
from 35 cents to 40 cents per
pound to growers. Oregon grow
ers, and particularly those with
good quality hops, are showing
firm holding tendencies and are
either not offering their remain
ing supplies or aro asking 40
cents and upward.
The October 1 official estimate
of the 1933 hop crop In the United
States showed an Increase of 2,
209,000 pounds over the Septem
ber 1 estimate, with total pro
duction estimated at 37, 724,000
The Oregon crop Is now placed
at 19,550,000 pounds or 92,750
bales and averaged 1150 pounds
per acre. The Washington average
acreage yield was 2100 pounds on
the 8,190,000 pounds estimated.
The California yield is now placed
at 9,984,000 pounds, an average
yield per acre of 1560. pounds.
RALLY iiJ STOCKS
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. UP) The
eagerly awaited rally finally ap
peared in stocks today. It was
fostered by a good upturn in
wheat, by reports that the govern
ment was planning action to allay
that the matter ot Russian recog-
agricultural unrest and by rumors
nltion had attained more definite
New York Central, Santa Fe,
Baltimore it Ohio, Southern Pa
cific and Pennsylvania were up 1
to 2 points: -Union Pacific rallied
4. In U. S. Steel, American Tele
phone, Westinghouse, Da Pont,
Kennecott, Anaconda, Sears Roe
buck, Consolidated Gas,- Dome
Mines, Western Union, Bethlehem
and American Can the Improve
ment also ranged from 1 to 2
Case closed more than 3 higher,
while Chrysler was up almost S
Sales ot stocks totaled 2.698.760
shares. - '
POLICE CHIEF GETS
SIIVERTON. Oct. 29 Ar
thur Dahl. Sllverton s chief of
police, is at the SllTertoa hospita
with a dislocated right shoulder,
several ribs broken and braises
received in aa accident last night
when tha brakes of the car In
which ha-was riding with Elgin
McCleary, superintendent ot Sll
verton water commission locked
and the ear upset, McCleary, who
was driving, escaped Injury. The
cat itself was badly damaged.
Cards ta thla tllieetorj run
oa moathly basts only. Kate:
91 J0O per Una per month.
Hike Yanek, the . brake and shhamy
ooetor. 97 S foutft cirwweretai wtreet
Maw and nsed. Tires. Rspalrtns:
HARRY W. SCOTT. 147 & ComT St
BROOMS AND BRUSHES.
Oregon Blind School. TeL 4072.
Fuller Brush Man. TeL 28IL
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 6752.
Hulda- Helps Hostesses. Tel 6943
Telephoss 4450, R. fH Korthnesa
When Others Fail
Nature's herbs for every ITL H. &
Low, noted Chinese herbalist. 473 &
Commercial Street Salem, Oregon.
Established since 1912 in Oakland.
Calif. Consultation free. Telephone
67 6 3. Hours 9 to C Sua. 19 to 11 M.
Dr. Chan Lam Chines Medietas Co.
Hours Tuesday snd Friday, 10 :20 a. m.
ts 4:30 p. m. H I. ceinmercisL
DR. a U SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor.
258 N. High. TeL Kea. 8572.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun-1
eral wreatna, uecorauona, j. f . otw I
faaupt. florist. 677 Court. TeL ssss.
ALL kinds ef floral work. Lata Fler-
1st, lth Market TeL 9693
Auto and window glass mirrors TeL
6106. Walter J. Downs. 680 Preys
WE!rKT. a HENDRICKS
129 N. High TeL 494T
CPFFgY-SMTTH. gen. 1ns. Tel. 8622.
Tiro TffTCW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WELDEH LAUM)KI
242 a High TeL "l
CAPITAL. CITY LAUNDRY
First In Oualltv and Servtes
Telephone 81S 1264 Bread war
Mattresses from factory to home. Cot
ton mattress, 50 lb. $8.00. Renovators
snd fumigators. Rugs cleaned. Capitol
Bedding Co. TeL 4069. svsu t. vapiink
New mattress made ts order, eld re
made; carpet cleaning, sfacine : fjuff
rug weaving, saiera iuii jmus
tress Factory, S. 13th A- Wiwur. let
8441. Otto F. Ztrtelter. Est nil.
GEO. a WILL Planes, radios, sewing
manhinM. thMt musto ana oiano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 422 State Street
L. G. Altman, M. D. Homeopathlst
Office and residence 507 Center St
Phone 5332. Treats both acute and
PAINT- AND ROOFING
Pftlem Paint Roofing. 474 Ferry.
FOR STATIONERY, cards.
lets, programs, books or any
printing, call T
he Statesman Printing
Department 215 & Commercial. Tels-
BECKE A HENDRICKS, TsL 494T.
w ti r.RiDRNTtnnsT a en
184 & Liberty St Tat 04SB.
enrnmiAiU a srrra
304-5 Wrst Nafl. Bk. Bldg. TeL T80T.
STOVES and stove repairing. Steves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence fM risnd
plain, bop baskets, hooks, tataa
saiem sencs ana diov nm
Chernekets. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming.
for lnral or distant transfer storage.
call 3131, Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland daily.
capital CITY Transfer Co.-i gram chairman; Olive Green, so
state St TeL 7773. Distributing, for- T- r.vAr nub
warding and storage our specialty, elal chairman, June Baker, pun
Get our rates. - licrty; Ruth 8hepherd, arts and
TYPE WRITERS A ddlng Mch. -
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke a Short. 631 Court TeL ib.
First class upholstering. Cushions,
mad and rebuilt Canvas work. Eu
bank' s Upholstery Shop with Sora-
han's Finish Shop. 454 Ferry St
R. A. West. 19 years experience, RTD
7. Box 303. TeL ltOFfr.
The men wert returning from-
an entertainment which the
Mount Angel fire department ad
given for the Sllverton group.
RECOVERY IS SLOW V
BRUSH CREEK, Oct. II.
Mrs. Phillip S torts, 82, who has
been ill for tha past several weeks
is reported at not recovering aal
rapidly as waa hoped. Mrs, Stortx
suffered a relapse the middle of j
this week. Sha la being eared tor
by her daughter, Mrs. A. Mathys.
l).S. 11V AWAITED
Portland; Oct. zo. tn
Everyone In tha egg trade was
wondering when the government
was going to aid the market by
making purchase for relief pur
poses. Action of the government
in going to tha aid of other farm
products has suggested to tha egg
people that something mast be
I done for them or there's going to
be a huge sopply ot cooler stuff
remaining unsold at the end of
Fresh egg- market was really
firm.- In general prices were be
ing maintained for top Quality
eggs bat there was such a mixture
of so - called extras that it was
almost imposibl to- tell what the
price was. Much of the distur
bance was credited to outside In
teres ts who are flooding Portland
with eggs from sections that nor
mally market through Puget
.There was no change suggested
In the price by the Pacific co-opa
or by leading private firm
Market oa batter continued to
show a waiting attitude with huge
cold storage snrplnsses the chief
factor. Much of this was held by
interests that refused to sell
month ago when demand was
good and the stock would hare
passed Into consuming channels,
Market on dressed hogs show
ed further easiness and even
weakness for country killed of
ferings. In fact late trading has
been mainly at a loss of c from
the previous high. Veal and lambs
were steady. Beef too,
While currant offerings of po
tatoes were a trifle beyond Im
mediate needs of the trade and
there was. practically no specula
tive Interest, the movement into
storage was getting extremely lib
erai at me source,
OF PRUNES HEAVY
Oregon exported 512,115
pounds of dried prunes last July
and 121,940 pounds In August, ac-
I . - a A. M 1 Jt J M
COramg lO tne latest leuerai uneu
prune report, uauiornia ana new
York were the only states ship-
Ding out greater tonnage,
I exports inrwun i-wv
I fOITiana XTOm J aue to oeyieiuuci ,
Inclusive. 3.526,042 pounds went
to the United Kingdom; 3.624.076
pounds to Germany, and 2,485,
126 pounds to Poland
The following foreign reports
were- received this week by the
Market News Service:
i'London A steady business
continues, large sizes especially
in good request. Forward quota
tions show little change from late
'Liverpool There has been
more Inquiry for al sixes. Spot
stocks clearing quickly. Forward
position with regard to new fruit
decidedly firmer, this particularly
applies to the 30-40 and 40-50
fruit which is reported short,
"London stocks of prunes Sep
tember 30, in tons Of 2000
pounds: 1933. 1172 tons; 1932,
1583 tons; 1931, 1029 tons
Of Potatoes is
Over 5000 Mark
Idaho potato shipments up to
the middle of October ran over
the 5000 car mark, exceeding the
movement for the corresponding
period a year ago by 1600 cars
Market News Service reports. Dig
srtna the crop in the upper Idaho
raller is about completed but
much of the Twin Falls-Burley
crop Is still in the ground.
The disposition of growers to
store tor higher prices has re
stricted shipments to some extent,
Producers'' Ideas of prices haTe
bee nhlgher than the present
Girl Reserve Install
New Set of Officers
8TT.VERTON. Oct, 20. Miss
I Dorothy Gelgler has been installed
as advisor to assist Miss alls
Lawrence, adviser for the junior
hl"i Girl Reserves at BUverton.
Recently installed officers art
Miss Lois Gay, president; Vera,
Metcalf, rice-president; Marie
Hall, secretary; Ciarlnt Reed,
treasurer: Virginia Bllyen, pro-
crafts; Phyllis Williams, service;
Margaret Langley, membership.
a m wmw w ssMMms
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed In the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Marion, her
duly verified final account, as the
executrix of the last will and. test
ament and estate of Julia Schroe
der. deceased, and that said Court
has fixed Tuesday, the 14th day
of November, 1133, at the hour
of tea o'clock JL. M. of said day, as
tha time, and tha County Court
Room In tha County Court House
at Salem, tzt Marlon County, Ore
gon, aa the place for hearing said
final account and all objections
Dated at Salem, Oregon. Ihii
14th day of Oetober, 1S33.
. , FREDA ENGELHART.
Executrix ot the last will
and : testament and estate
of Julia Bchroeder, De
RONALD a GLOVER,
- Attorney for Executrix, V
- Salem,-Oregon. -.-
Ol 4-21-2 8-N4-11
I'ffl III PORTIED
Local potatoes dropped 25 cents
a hundred yesterday, largely be-i
cause of a war on. the Portland
spud market. Labiah celery gained
18 cents on tat dozen due to hea
vier shipments away. The- price
now Is CO ents to the grower.
Pumpkins are coming In in
quantities, with, prices to the far
mer ganging- all the way from 49
to le cents per dozen. Concord
grapes bring, the grower 30 cents
a lag box and local tomatoes are
down. It cents a bushel to 40
Brussels sprouts are cheaper, at
90 cents a lag and turnips arc
also down to 25 cents per dozen
bunches. Danish squash are quot
ed at IS cents per dotes.
Wheat gained, with red quoted
at 51 cents and white a cent
POSTLAKD. Ore. Oct 20. (AP)
Predaes eseaanga, set prices: Butter
Extra 29c. standards 19 e , pxlas firsts
19c firsts 18c. Zggs frets, extras
29s, freak ataSiBsu 25s.
PORTLAND. Ore. Oet 20. (API-
Wheat Opes High Lew CHse
Msy 70 73 H 70 78
December 64 Vi 67H 64U 67
Cask wheat No. 1: Big Bead blaestesa
73 e; dark bard winter 12 per cent 75c,
11 per cent 68e; taft waits, welters
white, hard winter, northern spring, west
ern red 45e.
Osts Ko. 3 white $21.50.
Cors "o. 2E yellow $21.75.
Millrua Standard $14.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 20. tAP
Batter Prints, extras 22c, standards
21 He pound.
Battscfat Portland delivery: A grass
19e; farmer's door delivery 17 poena.
sweet cream ac signer.
Eggs rscine poultry producers sou-
isg prices: fresh extra special 91a,
trse 2 Be standards 24e, sadism 55c,
pallets lSe Soson. Saying pries by waol
aaiera: iresn extra xwc, lints zse, sao
dinms 20c, nader grade 14c, pullets 14e.
Chests 93 score Qregoa triplets lie.
loaf, lie pound. Brokers will par s
Milk Contract price, 4 per eeat,
Portland delivsry 11.70 twt, S grass
cream 37H pooad.
Coaatrr Beats Selling price te re
tailers: Country killed hogs, beat batch
ers, aader 150 poaads 7-7 He; rearTrags,
as ta lis pouaas Stt-Sc so as a: bgst
and this 4-6c ponnd. Heavy calves 4e
poaaa. Lsmbi 10-10 He pound ; yesriists
4-5e pound; heavy ewes 2-se poana. Ma
dias con 2-5 THMtad ; eaaaer cows 1-2 e
pound. Bnlla 4-4 He pound.
Mohair iJuvini price : 1939 cup. loe
Caaeara bark Baying price, 1913
peel 2 He.
HOPS AOBIBSI 1933, BS-4UC pOSSS.
Live ponltry Portland delivery: Buy
ing prices: Colored fowls, 4 to 6 pounds
12c; over o pounds lie; spring pullets,
2 to SH pounds lie: roasters, over 8H
poands lie; Leghera fowls, over 8
pounds lse; under 3 pounds and up, lie;
tags 8c; rooitert 5c; Pekia ducks 10c;
colored ducks 8c; geese 9c pound.
Osiocs-Yakima 91-1-23; Oregon 81.25-
Potatoes Local white sad red 31.15-
1.25 cental: Yakima 81-1.35: Deschates
Canteloapes Uiilard. stanaara si.is-
1.25: Yakima, standards 75-85c erste;
Tb Dalle SI erste.
Weal 1933 clip, nominal, Willamette
valley 2S-25c pound ; eastern Oregon 16
21c ponad; sosthera Idaho 16-20e poana?
Hsv Baying pries trow producer;
Alfalfa. No. 1, new crop $16-16.50; veteh
815 ; Willamette valley Umotay $15 ; esat-
era u re go a timotay sn.au; oats ft
PORTLAXD, Ore. Oct 20. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 75, csfres 30; qnotably
Steers, eommoa ana median tz.su-o.
Hniarn. eommoa sod mediam 92.50-4.25.
Cows, eommoa sad mediam 82.25-8; low
cutter and cotter ti.o-z.9. onus, cut
ter snd medium 81.75-8. Yeslers, good
snd choice 96-7; eulL eommoa snd me
dium SS-6: calves, good and eboice -5.50;
cunnion snd me d run $2-4.
Hogs Receipts 800 ; steady to lse low
Lightweight, good and choice S4.su
5.25; medium weight, good and eboice
$4.80-35.15; hetvyweifht, good sad choice
$4.35-4.75. Peeking sows, medium snd
good 4.10-4.85. Slaughter pigs, good and
choie $8.25-3.75. Feeder a atocker pigs,
good and choie S4.25-4.75.
Sheep Receipts 400; steady.
Lambs, good sad eaoie $5.50-5.75:
eommoa aad modiant $-8.50-5. Yearling
wethers $2.50-4.50. Swes 75c-$2.
NOTICE OF FIX AL
Notice la hereby given
the undersigned has filed in the
County Court ot the State of
Oregon, tor the County of Marlon,
her duly verified Final Account,
&s Administratrix of the Estate
of Susan T. McMunn, Deceased,
and that said Court has fixed Sat
urday, the 25th day of November,
1S2S. at tha hour ot ten o'ciocx
A. M. of said day. as the time, and
the County Court Room in the
County Court House, at Salem, In
Marion County. Oregon, as the
place for hearing said final ac
count and aa objections mere to
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
14th day of October, 1933.
Administratrix of the estate
of Susan F. McMunn, De
R. I. HENDRICKS,
Attorney for Administratrix,
Oct, 14-21-28; Nov. 4-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Liquida
tion of BANK OF WOODBURN
Woodburn. Oregon. .
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned as Superintendent ot
Banks for tha State ot Oregon is
In charge ot the assets and af
fairs of Rank of Woodburn,
Woodburn, Oregon, for tht pur
pose of liquidation. All persons
who mar bare claims against said
bank art hereby notified to make
legal proof thereof by filing
duly verified claim, as by law
provided, with, tht Deputy Super
intendent ot Banks in chirgt at
the -office- of Bank ot Woodburn.
Woodburn, Oregon on or before
Oetober SO. 1128. - : -
Data of first publicatioa, Aag-
oat . 1133.
Daft of last publication. Octo
ber 28. 1S33.
A, A. SCHRAMM, Superinten
dent ' of -nks.-A.2S.2-tlf-
23-3 0-O.Z-l 4-21-2 8
. Grade B raw 4 mtik,
co-wp pool price, 9143 per
Sarplas f 10.
. (KCk sassd sa sead aisstUr
slstrfbator price $J.TO
Batterfat Top 18c,
prints 21 He, cubes 22 He
Prices paid (s trswTB by. fialssj bnrtrf
(Ta priess bolsw. snppfled by a local
rroev, ro tasiaaa- wt tk saHy atarkst
but era net guaranteed by Ta SUtenasa)
rarax in mnaura
PsanlEin .40 .50 .60
Italian BfaecoU, lag .SO
Pssaaipa, box rag JiO
Tsrsips, bsx lag 0
Ra tabs rax. htg box - .65
Brsssel spreatt, big - SO
Ll sgg pHiat . JO.
Coast peas. tb. .OT
Lima bssas. Ib. , ,. JTS ;
Cabhaga, cwt ,75 to LOO.
Orcea peppen. local. Is. . , .04
Oaias. das. ssscses ,., ,., , ., .
.75 to 1.00
ti to .93
2jo to aoo
Oaiaaa. WaUa Walla, ewC .
Js tbaas .
; Paaaaek . : .75
Orasgea, Yslendat, fascy 8.00 ts 8.54
rises pat. ,, L.73 U 3.23
Reals, lsasU dox. JS
Taraipc, local dot. . .25
Carrots, local, des JS
Sarasek, loaaL erst
Dan na. Ta, ss stsek
e ts .is
Caeambert, local, box
.aeeh, Daaisk, des.
Ha shard sqossk
Tomatoes, The Dalles
Peaebes, Yoster, ba.
Cora, local, dot.
Soodles grapea, lag
Concord grapes, lug
Sweet potatoes, lb.
1933 InseTcs. Tb.
19S3 clastors, lb.
Old roosters .
Medium bens ..
Spring laatbs, Up
is .02 Vi
Ssaers ' '
Dressed vesl, top
aSATJB AXS SAY
Whest.. western red .51
White, -is. 1 .53
Barley, top. toa 14.00
Oats, feed, ton 15.00
Oats, milling, ton . 17.00
May. kayt-s prtess
Oat and vetch, ton IS. 00
alfalfa, valley, first eat 14.00
Clove bar 12J10
PLAX CARD SERIES
STLYERTON". Oct. 21. The
first of a series of tour card par
ties will be sponsored Wednesday
night, October 25 by members of
St. Monica's Altar society. The
affairs will be held at St. Paul's
halL Prizes will be given and a
grand prize at the close.
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CHICAGO, Oct 20. (JP) Exten
sive wheat purchases for United
States government account, and
reports of Intended board meas
ures to alleviate farming com
munities apprehension, . helped
rush grain prices upward, today. r..
In a sudden late wave of buy
ing, wheat, corn, oats and rye
all bounded to tha utmost limit
allowed during any one day,
wheat and rye up S cents a bushel,
corn 4 cents and oats J cents,
but big profit taking ; sales led to
violent reactions from the tap.
Trade advices out of Waahlngtan
said the admiinstration was work
ing on plana to distribute approx
imately $70,000,000 to wheat
farriers participating in produc
tion control, and that loans te
be extended on wheat would , be
similar to those on corn.
Simultaneous with price jumps
were intimations of radically . un
favorable crop developmental. In
Argentina, big export, business, In
Canada and of steps toward dip
lomatic recognition of Rasata- by
the United States.
Wheat closed flurried. 2-4 Si
cents 'above yesterday's finish,
corn T-l up, oats 1H-2& ad
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat December 81-.;
May 84-; July 82.
Corn December 42-;
48-; July 50.
Oats December 31 -32;
S4-; July 32.
REACHES LOW EBB
BOSTON, Oct. 20. OP) The
Commercial Bulletin will say to
"Demand for wool has been at
low ebb this week. Occasional
sales are reported but they have
bsen invariably ot small quan
tities. Manufacturers continue to
consume heavy quantities of wool
but consumption is gradually les
sening, In line with general ex
pectations. The trade naturally
has come to pause pending a de
termination of the strength of the
buying movement on fall and win
"Foreign markets are all ruling
strong and healthy and prospects
of lower prices for wool In the
foreign primary markets, look, at -the
moment, rather remote.
"Mohair continues slow. Stocks
on spot are rather small. .Some
sizeable Importations of foreign
hair are being made."
"TTieNcommercIal bulletin will
publish the following quotations:
Oregon: Pine and F. M. staple
S01 82; fine and F. M. R. combing
75 fine and F. M. clothing 71-73;
valley No. 1, 74-75.
Oregon, 40-43. Domestic grad
ed: First combing 60-62; second
combing 50-55; third combing,
45-50; fourth combing 40-45;
good carding, 40-45"; first kid
75-78; second kid 65-68.
14 of sound
7 live stotk
9 man's name
10 refuse from
20 offer for
of perfee- '
23 weight of
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