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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salera, Oregon, Snnday Moratory October 22, 1933
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tJoa. HELP WANTED MALE
.Wanted: two solidtora, also amateur
-... t run 's a T t-m.ww
RAILWAY MAI Li CLERKS. Steady.
Men 18-35. Commence $158.00 month.
Common education ufficlent. Sample
foachine: XRL -Andy today sure,
eiat K-dbuUoii Sex'L2CA, xare
Wanted: Man to help on truck tor
room, board, small wage. Tel. 8354.
HELP! WANTED FEMALE
Ladies, era money at bome sewing.
during" your full or part time. Experi
ence unnecessary. Send stamped ad
dressed envelope for particulars. At
lantic Hoasewear. 10 So. Arkansas
Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.
WOMEN Earn $13 dosen sewing,
home spare time, materials cut in
structions Mrnished, experience un
necessary. Write., Superior Dress Com
pany, 303 H&vem'eyer Street, Brooklyn,
N . Y.
LADIES: Copy names and addresses
spare time for mail order firms. Good
pay.. Experience unnecessary. Stamp
brings details. Holt Service, Nichols,
Wanted: Middle aged housekeeper,
more for company than work. Close
to Salem. Box S37, care Statesman.
- Wanted: Part time practical nurse.
Give references and phone number.
88.00 per week. Box 339, care States
man, SALESMEN WANTED
MARVELOUS INVENTION. jNew
Match gives million lights. Fast sel
ler. Big- profits. Everlasting Match Co.,
443 South Deaxbom, Chicago.
Agents wanted. Best deal In Salem,
men or women. 147 N. Commercial.
Real estate salesman, good prop
osition for a live man. Bee Jaa. D.
Sears. 133 & High St
FOR SALE flllseeCaneous
Grapes. You pick them, , 1c per lb.
For sale: Grey seed oats. JRt 7,
Box 34B, SaJem.
Marshall and- Triple
plaata ready for fall
8-tube Crosiey radio.. Will trade, can
use wood. Tel. 3888.
Old papers 10c a bundle, Stalest nan
Saw gumming and sharpening ft
mil E. Four Corners, TeL- 4280.
Commercial drying. Walnuts $18 per
ton, filberts $7.50 per ton. BOute s.
Finance company must sell line
piano for balance-due of $125. It is
nearly new $550 piano, latest style. 812
State street Open evenings until 9.
Grapes 2c Oliver Huston; 2515 N.
Front Tel. 4388.
'28 Essex $ ; '25 Star 4 : '25 Olds
Sedan: '25 Overland 4 ? 23 Dodge De
livery; 1928 G. M. C. 6 Truck; Pontiac
ACME ATJTO A TRUCK WRECKERS
430 South Commercial
Several kinds apples. 2315 & Cottage.
Octobar-Crommei peaches, fine for
canning; S5c and $1.!5 a box; Puritan
Cider Works, w eet saiem. xei. bi:v
A-l wood beater. 255 Division Et
Bur a piano on Tallman' deferred
rental plan, .investigate ion pio.
Tallmaa'a Piano Stores, 395. S. 12th
Salem or ii 8 W, Broadway, Port
OATS -AND VETCH SEED.
23F11. Fr4 DeVries, Pratum.
- 1 heatinar stove 84 : one No. 4 De
laval cream separator $5. Daniel Net
son, 2570 Maple. -
Sweet water grapes. Wm. Stoddard
1H miles Wallace road.
-, n -.n nniTj-irf if i n ji ur t n ii
. Used heaters and ranges cheap. Ore
gon Trading Post, 832 K. Coral.
- Grapes, Jc and 2c. Tel 78F2L
For sale or ' trade : Fresh cow, for
farm machinery. Milo Wilcox, : Rt 7,
Salem. Tel. 10F23. - :
J TRADE Miscellaneo us
in nniirmri-ii-ii-i - - .....
- Barber work for farm produce.
Prescott's barber shop, 1084 Oak,
To trade : Columbia portable phono-
graph for bicycle or wood, raone 4,
Hair cot 853. Joe"s Barber Shop.
NRA. 154 & Church St
Wa buy nsedltfothlnr Tet 9525 and
will call. 3Z N. vommevciai.
yv irn ii'ii ' - -
wr.nf&A. TTuA t fiirBirnr. CJreCOTl
Trading Post 333 N. Com'L PhW4353
Xf.anam-tata.' Short - Stories. etc.
nittv an1 aocurately typed. Rates
reasenabie. Hall, 39 White Place, Salt
La toe City, utan.
Expert haircutting, 20c and 15c. 80$
8. Whiter. -
' Hair - cuts,
25 cent Whits- X74
. i ... -i . r . --S3
ROOM AND BOARD
Board-room, 595 Court. Tel. (878.
The Alexandria. Reasonable, com
fortable. Day. week or month. 1130
Chemsketa, Tel. 87(9.
Board. $70 up. Steam heat 8488.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Lovely 3-room apt 1580 Center.
Patton Apartments. Down town dis
trict. Call Patton Book Store.
Nice furnish apt 5 SO Union.
FOR RENT HOUSES
' Modern E-room furnished home lo
cated at 1000 S. High St $35 per mo.
See W. EL GRABENHORST, Realtor i
134 S. Liberty St
ITurn. and unfum. houses. R, A.
rorkner. 1S10 N. Cottage. Tel. 19 Jl.
Fnrn. unfurn. houses. Torrens A
Grant, tirst floor Masor.io building.
For rent: 4 rooms well furnished.
Electrie stove, refrigerator, cleaner.
and washing machine. Furnace. Walk-
Ing distance. Owner will take one or
more meals if desirable, fnone
betewen 5 and 6 p. in.
5 -room bungalow, furnished or un
furnished. 1865 Trade. Tel 60&
FOR RENT 10,
15 and 323 acre
A Son, 1st Nat'l
Look at 894 North 14th. This fine
property for sale, trade or might rent
All kinds fruit, cherries, berries, ap
ples, filberts, walnuts. Small city
farm 150x151. Home and Income. E. E.
Ballinger, 529 Court street Phone 8017
Several small tracts from 1 to 20
CHILDS ft MILLER. Realtors
344 State St. Phona 8708
WANTED TO RENT
Reliable man with family wants to
rent good place, for Bhare. Write to
J. Smith, Newcastle, Neb.. Route 4.
FOR SALE Real Estate
By owner, modern 5 -room house.
cheap. ' near Richmond school. 2.248
Giveaway : Modern 6-rm. furnished
Owner 431 S. Cottage, upper flat
6 rooms, very fine, at sacrifice
price. 1570 N. 18th. Tel. 4277.
For sale by owner: 8 acres 8 miles
north on Pac highway. B. F. "Wells,
R. 9, Box 53C.
For sale, nicely furn. 8-room home.
Dial 7126 for particulars.
Modern, neat 5-room home, good lo
cation, cor. lot all paved, gas or elec
tric, good water, priced right Easy to
buy. Tel 7772, owner.
New, strictly modern, 6-rm. house :
8 A. cherry orchard. Trade for coast
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Building TeL 8903
5 A. 2i ml. from Salem, 4 -room
house, wood house, chicken house.
fenced, several fruit trees, good water.
$1800. $250 down.
2v A. 6 v4 ml. from iada & H. a. old
btdgs. 11 A. m cultivation, 300 cords
of wood, creek. 31290.
83 A. 8 mi. northwest of Mt Angel.
60 cleared. Rich black soil, fenced.
with woven wire.
20 A. timber, 6 -room house, barn
38x48, $90 per A. Trade for smaller
275 State St.
SACRIFICE IN BRICK HOME
8 sice rooms, hardwood floors, hot
water heat, fireplace, shade trees, only
4 blocks out. price $4000 for QUICK
SAT .FT. or win rent for fZo per mo.
11 A SNAP.
See W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
134 S. Liberty St
$600. Nice lot near Parrish school,
paved street, shade trees.
$975. Corner lot both sts. paved, side
walks in. N. Capitol St., near Par-
$850. Good lot on Falrmount Hill,
pavea street nice location.
See W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
134 S. Liberty St Phone 6468
-f"Misrj w w t say m mr fi ttjtjiut nri
On an old style duplex home located
at 431 & Cottage St Good lot, and
close in, KK us AT ONCE.
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
134 S. Liberty St
EXCHANGE Real Estate
So. Calif, income and 5-room stucco
residence ; will rent for appro. $75
monthly, clear for clear stock ranch.
Write J. G. Gibson. Huntington Beach,
PVAtl a v-c
Owner of nat 5-rcn house in good
town near Portland wishes property in
or near Salem. Value $3500. W1U as-1
40 acres a few nslles out on paved
road, creek, fair set of buildings, about
8 acres clear, balance pasture and tim
ber. Price $2200. Exchange for Salem
CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtors
344 State St . Phone 6708
FOR SALE FARMS
33 acres, with 20 acres in hops, first
class river bottom sou, five-room house
and barn, located about 8 miles N. of
Salem. Price $7500. $5000 down, bat.
terms, a REAL BUY.
See W. 14 GRABENHORST & CO.
134 S. Liberty- et -
TWO GOOD RANCHES
' 279 acres, 6-r. house. 2 good barns
and 2 stock barns. 45 A. cult Fine
pasture and some timber. Runnlne
water. 1 mile off of paved road on
good gravel road.. Just think, only
$6000, almost given away. Place is
clear. Will take small place as part.
101 ACKKS 36900
.- Good 6-r. house, bath, fireplace,
oarn, atio, u A. cult., li A. timber.
Springs, all good soil. Trade for small!
place or service station.
J AS. " D. SEARS, Realtor
132 & High
A, all - tearet cherries, some
P"?;11 i11 ' mUe" from
lem. $650, easy terms.
10 A. 5 cleared. 5 pasture, running
water, electricity, mall route, 5-rm.
house with fireplace, gooa outbuiiijigns,
lamuy iruu. a mues out. iu.uuv.&u
129 A. an cleared, well drained,!
good- nut land, good spring, 5 miles
from Salem. $3400. $250 fash, balance
29 years at s per cent
SOCOLOFSKY A SON
First National Bank Bids'.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Wanted: Small bouse . for cash. Call
RmMrr far aale." arood location. J.
Lmcoln Ellis, 53 Bate Bt. ? '
2-pomp gas station, living Quarters,
repair s&rage. 8 cabins and S acres I
ground. 00 it rrontage on -acuici
highway, at a. bargain, "s
J AS. D. BEAKS, Keaitor
133 & High
MONEY TO LOAN
Automobile and chattel loans, 1 to I
20 months to repay at lowest possible
GENERAL FINANCE CORF.
A local corporation
1st NatX Bank Bldg. Phone 8553
Licensed by State
Will a Loan
Ton can borrow up to 1300 from us
m 34 hours or less, and take from 1
to 30 months to repay.
Come In . . write ... or Pnone
SOCIETY , .
We do NRA our Dart
Room 119, New Bligh Bldg.. 2nd floor.
LICENSED No. 8-133 by STATE
518 State St Trt 8 7 4 0
Wantibv reliable oartr. 32000 or
less, -. References aad security. Box
S3 8. care Statesman.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Turkeys wanted. Tel. 133F3. Lee's
FOR SALE WOOD
Phone Tracy's, 3988 for dry wood.
GUARANTEED CRT wood coaJ
Tel 500 Salem Fuel Co. Trade
Cottage. - . 1 1 ,
1 Ash, fir and oak. Tel 5848.
Oak wood for sale. Tel. 3888.
An kinds of wood. Tel 4418.
Good wood of all kinds. Also A-l
sawdust Tel. 8232.
growth and oak. Phone
FOR SALE USED CARS
For sale : One Plymouth car. Triple
XXX, 2217 Fairgrounds road.
p Quality Cars at
31 HUDSON 8 STD. SEDAN $745
- Run less than 20,000 miles. Brand
' new tires, new car service and
'32 NASH- 8 SEDAN $595
Finish like new. New six-ply tires,
Book says $875. 30 day service.
'31 STTJDE DICTATOR 8 CPE....$375
Good tires, finish extra good. A-l
mechanically. BJue books says $475
'30 HUDSON TOURING SEDAN $385
The light model. Big gas mile
age. A quality car for half Its
worth. Book says $475.
'27 OAKLAND SEDAN $165
New paint and good tires. Good
'33 ESSEX TERRAPLANE 8 BIG I
DISCOUNT. Brand new car. Run
leas than 2000 miles. New car ser
vice and guarantee.
State Motors, Inc.
Open evenings and Sundays
1928 Chevrolet Coupe 9145
1927 Bulck Sedan $185
1928 Dictator Sedan $160
182$ Star Sedan $ 75
See us for trucks
240 N. Liberty Tel. 3688
BUICK SEDAN, $295,
1790 D St
Valley Motor Co.
1932 Ford DeLuxe Sedan, like new
snarter-proor glass 8600
uenvery sedan, only 13.000
1931 DeLuxe Ford Roadster, rum-
pie seat motor completely
1932 Chevrolet Coach . 47S
iszs lasaiie Sport Coupe 49s
i3l rord Truck, long wheelbase,
auei rear wneeis. bortr 401
! ord Truck, 4-speed trans
Model T Truck, auxiliary
Valley Motor Co.
Center at Liberty Tel. 3158
WANTED USED CARS
wanted : Car for cash. Must he
Bargain. TeL 8940.
Stocks and Bonds
75.2 85.4 89.S SS.O
Previoa day 7S.0 SS.S 71.0 70.4
Week ago . 87,2 48.0 77.0 78.4
xearsgo 53.1 26.9 85.9 54.3
8 years sro
130.8 105.7 170.4 135.4
High 1933 .
.102.1 58.0 118.7 06.9
Low 1933 .
. 42.3 23.5 61.5 43.0
High 1932 .
Low 1932 .
High 1931 .
72.8 - 89.8 111.0 73.9
85.1 13.8 51.8 85.0
140.2 20.a 308.9 IMS
60.0 30.8 92.8 61.3
Low 131 .
Week aco ...
3 years sro .
90,4 105.T 101.5
Low 1931 ...
62.3 62.8 80.2
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct, 21. UP)
Two Oregon and two Washing
ton boys were named as the out
standing members of future far
mers of America here today.
f Chester Stevens, 18, of Amity
I and Howard Smith. 17. of Can
by were the Oregon youths chos-
J t n7t. en
. " w-, -,
t neian ana Liioya rreter oi n-i-1
i lensburg were named at the
i . i
wui "c ":ic6aioj iu
a national meeting of the organi
sation to be held next month In
Announcements of the selec
tions were made, by J. A. Guit-
teau, Washington state supervi
sor of agricultural education, and
Earl R; Cooley, Oregon state an
pervisor. - - - - - -
The Fifth arena Presbyterian
church reduced its pew rents 20
per cent a year ago today.
The Statue of Liberty was ded
icated 47 years ago tomorrow.
Through the improvements la
the highway between Canby "and
New Era and between Oregoa City
and Milwankle the distance to
Portland from Salem is- shortened
seven-tenths ot a mile. The total
distance la 61.3
Wrestler wildcat McCann is
back in Salem. He told us that
he feels that he is better than
when he was here before. He has
a baby girl a little over a month
old to prove his statement. "Aw
fully nice but she keeps me
awake at night." He told us.
There are 1450.9 miles of pared
highways in Oregon.
At 10:62 Saturday morning
the Salem brewery started to
make their first batch of beer.
The brew will net about 50 bar
rels and be ready for use about
The Marlon hotel win soon
hare a new. neon sign in front of
their building. The letters will be
30 inches and the sign will be 37
feet lon. The sign which is be
ing constructed by Nelson Bro
thers, will advertise the hotel, the
Hot Bran and the Coffee shop.
we told a newsboy that we
could not read when he tried to
sell us a Capital Journal Satur
day night. "Fine to start, a fire
with, was his quick reply.
StriTDAT, October 22
KGW rOKTLAND 620 Kc
8:00 Groea and Hall, NBC.
9:15 The Othar Americas, NBC.
9:45 Mark Daniels.
10:30 Highlights of the Bible, NBC.
11:00 Gene Arnold and Commodores,
12:00 Lady Esther Serenade, NBC.
13:46 urcaestra, MBU.
1:00 Fiddlers Three, NBC.
1:10 State Board of OptomrtrUU.
3 :00 Friendly hour, NBC.
2:30 .Grand Hotel. NBC.
8:00 Catholic hour, HBC.
6 :00 MsnhstUu Merry-Oo Raaai, NBC.
6:80 American Album, NBC.
7 :45 Homaa Needs. 'NEC.
10:15 Bridge to Dreamland, NBO.
11 :00 Bal Tsrabia orchestra, NBO.
HEX POITLAHD 1189 Ka,
8:00 Sacred masic.
8:45 Victor Salon orehettra.
9:80 Sadio City eon cert, NBO.
10:45 Tango Tisse.
11:00 Ulena Ebellex. organ.
.11:80 Symphoay hoar.
1:00 laaca Antiques.
1 :15 Hawaiian Serenaders.
1:30 Jim Gsrber's orchestra.
3 :00 Friendly konr, NEC.
8:00 Four Saare Cathedral sat rice.
8 :45 Instrumental soloist.
4:30 Maurice Guniky.
5:00 Fickent Sisters.
9:30 Coarre orchestra. NBO.
10:30 On Wings of Song, NBO.
11:00 Midnight Melodies, 1BU.
MONDAY, October 33
SOW POKTLAND 620 Kt.
7:00 Brian a Da Rose, NBC.
7:30 Ronald Buck.
7 :40 Thompson and Dubers.
7:45 Captain Dobbul, NBC.
9:30 Arion trio, NBC.
10:00 Cooking school.
10:30 Woman's Magasiae. NBO.
11:30 Daytime Speaker, NBO.
12:15 Western Farm aad Home hoar,
1 :45 Orchestra.
2:00 Al Pearee and His Gang, NBC
8 :05 Viennese ensemble, NBO.
8:25 Friendly Chat.
4:30 Soloist. NBC.
5:1"0 Orchestra. '
5:45 Little Orphan Annie, NBO.
6:00 Traffic talk.
6:35 Just Aronad the Corner, NBO.
8:O0 Amos 'a' Aady. NBC.
9 :15 Four Shadea -of Rhythm, KOMO.
10:20 Melody Mixers, NBC.
11:00 Lippman's orchestra, NBC.
11:30 Slumber hoar, NBC.
KEX PORTLAND 1180 Xc
7:00 Hill Billies.
7:50 Band music.
8:00 Dsnee orehettra.
9:15 Fire Prevention Weew.
9:20 Ted Weema orchestra.
9:45 Ronald Back, piaaiat
10:02 Orgon concert, NEC.
11:00 Complete weather report. .
11:03 Glenn Shelley, organist.
11:00 Daytime Speaker, U.
lf:45 Movie elob.
12:00 Johny Hsnrp'i orchestra, NBO.
13:15 Hawaiian Serenaders.
12 :30 Instrumental soloist.
12:45 C. of C. forum lunch oo a.
1:45 Bing Crosby.
2 :0O niversity of Oregon bans.
2:30 World Bookman.
2:05 Symphony hour.
3:00 League Nations association.
4:00 Dixie Melodies.
4.05 Dance Masters, NBO.
4:15 Paul Whitemaa's orchestra.
4:45 Victor Salon orchestra.
5:00 Boy Scout program.
S :45 Southern Symphonies, NBO.
8:59 Anson Week's orchestra,
9:15 Drama hour, NBC.
9:45 Wrestling boats.
10 :30 Fiana Tie tares, NBO. '
SOAC COEVAIilS 550 Xs.
7:30 iforning Meditations, led by Dr.
E. W. Warrington.
9 :00 Morning concert.
9:00 Home Economics Observer.
10:00 The Parade of Melodies.
11:00 Better Health aad Longer Life.
18:00 Farm hour.
2:00 Let's Walts.
2:30 Something About Everything.
3:45 Campus reporter.
8:00 The Homemaker'a Half Hour.
6:45 Farm bear.
7 :80 Farm boar.
7:80 4-H club meeting.
8 : 30 Oregon Loggers.
At Canby School
AURORA, Oct. 21. A nam
ber ot Aurora mothers of Canby
high school students accepted an
invitation to attend a reception
given by the Canby Parent-Teach
ers association, honoring the
teachers of both grade and high
schools, at the auditorium Thurs
day night. A half hour of music
presented by Mr. Ellis and his or
- ( ehestra preceded the delightful
. get-together ot teachers ana par-
( U ) I U J i ;
Cards in this directory run'
on a 'monthly basis only. Rate:
f 1.00 per line per month.
Mike Panek, the brake and shimmy
doctor. 275 South. Commercial Street
New and used. Tires, Repairing.
Harry w. scott. 147 s. comi st.
BROOKS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind School, TeL 4073.
Fuller Brush Han. TeL 366L
Burt Crary. the caterer. Ph. 6768.
Hulda Helps Hostesses. Tel 6J43
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northness.
When Others Fail
Nature's herbs for every ML H. &
Low. noted Chinese herbalist 473 8.
Commercial Street. Salem. Oregon.
Established since 1113 In Oakland.
Calif. Consultation free. Telephone
5758. Hours 9 to t. Sin. 10 to 13 M.
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 18 :30 a. tm.
to 4 :30 p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
DR. a L. SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor.
25 N. Hieh. Tel. Res 8573.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decoration C F. Breit
haupt florist 577 Court TeL 5904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
ist, 16th A Market Tel. 9592
Auto and window glass mirrora TaL
5104. Walter J. IJowns. 6 Breya.
189 N. High
COFFET-SMITH, gen, ins. Tel. 8633.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
21$ a High TeL 9125
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 2165 1264 Broadway
Mattresses from factory to homo. Cot
ton mattress, 59 is. $6.00. Renovators
and fumigators. Rugs cleaned. Capital
Bedding Co. Tel. uty. suae n. v-apitoi.
New mattress made to order, eld re
made ; carpet cleaning, aixing : fluff
rug weaving. Sal am Fluff Rug A- Mat
tress Factory. S. 13th Wilbur. Tat
8441. Otto r . awicKer. est. iii.
GEO. C WILL. Pianos, radios, sewing
machines, sheet music and Dlano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines, 433 state treat,
L. O, Altman, M. D. Homeopathlst.
Office and residence 507 Center St
Phone 6833. Treats both acuta and
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint A Roofing. 474 Ferry.
FOR STATIONERY, cards. DSJbDb-
lots, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, 815 & Commercial.- Tele
phone 91 01
BECKE A HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W M fJR A RENHOHST A CO.
184 & Liberty St TeL 4468.
snrnLOFSKi A SON
804-5 First Nafl. Bit Bldg. Tel. 780T.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt' and repaired. All
Undo of woven wira fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets,. hooks, logan books.
Salem Fence and Stovo Works, 283
Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R B. Fleming.
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 3131. Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland aaliy.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22$
State St TeL 7773, Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty.
05et our rates.
TYPEWRITERS Adding Mch. sold.
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke Short 631 Court. Tel. 6584
First class upholstering. Cushions
made and' rebuilt Canvas work, Eu
bank's Upholstery Shop with Sora-
han's Finish Shop. 454 Ferry St
R. A. West 30 years experience, RFD
T, BV 203. Tel. 110F5.
ents. Martha ' Frances Bradtl" of
Aurora, recently elected president
of the junior class.
R. Ebner has rented the house.
on Main street, owned by Lois
Webert, and took possession Fri
day. The place was recently va
cated by Harvey Hinkle.
Miss Ruth Kraus, whose 15th
birthday anniversary was Satur
day, was hostess f or a gay little
party lor the Girl Scouts and the
teachers of the grade school at
the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. W Kraus, Friday night.
Repecil Stocks Lead, Weak
CHICAGO. Oct. 11. MPt- De
spite sharp breaks In securities,
ypaia markets displayed notable
fstrength mncb ef. the time today.
and wound up at a moderate ad
vance. An outstanding: feature was
persistent boring done in Decem
ber and May deliveries of wheat
and credited to United States gov
ernment . food relief account.
Highest prices in the wheat mar
ket, showing 24 cents rise, were
associated with an early outburst
ot'buylng based on optimism over
announcement of an address from
President Roosevelt tomorrow
night presumed to deal with agri
cultural conditions and perhaps
giving also a more definite out
line of the administration's mone
Wheat ' closed unsettled, -
above 'yesterday's finish, corn r
1 cent advanced, oats up.
The closing quotations:
Wheat December 82-82;
May 84-85: July 83-83
Corn December 43
Oats December 33
35-: July 33.
PORTLAND. Ore Oct. 21. (AP)
Produce exchange, net prices: Batter
Extras 20c. atandarda 19 Vic. prime firsts
19e. firsts 180., Eggs -r- fresh extns
2984 &hT BAdioms' 25c. , i , i , ' i
1 Portland Grain
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 21. (AP)
Wheat ' Open High Low Close
May . 73 V4 75 73 75
December 67 68 , 67 684
Cash wheat No. 1 Big Bend blue
stem 75c; dark hard winter 12 per cent
77c, 11 per cent 68e; soft white, west
ern white, hard winter, northern spring,
western red 67c.
Oats No. 2 white $21.50.
Cora No. 2E yellow $21.75.
Hillron Standard $13.30.
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 21. AP)
Butter Prints, extras 22c, standards
Butterfat Portland delivery: A grade
19c; farmer's door delivery 17c pound.
Sweet cream 6e hirher.
Eggs Pacific poultry producers sell
ing price: fresh extra special die, "ex
tra 29c. standards 24c, mediums 2oc,
pullets 18c dozen. Buyingjiriee by whole
salers : Fresh extras 29c, firsts 23c. me
diums 20c, undergrade 14c. pullet 14c.
Cheese 92 score Uregon triplets lie.
loaf, 12c pound. Brokera will pay e
Milk Contract price. 4 per cent.
Portland delivery $1.70 cwt B grade
cream S7e pound.
Coantrv meats Beiuar price to re
tailers : Country killed hogs, best butch
ers, under 150 pounds 7-7 c; yearlings,
90 to 110 pounds 8V-9e pound; light
and thin 4-6e pound. HeaTy ealres 4c
pound. Lamba 10-10 He pound; yearlings
4-5e pound ; neavy ewes z-ac pouaa. Me
dium cows 2-5c pound; eanaer cows l-2e
pound. Bulls 4-4 He pound.
Mohair Buying price: 1938 clip. 15e
cascara hare Buying price,
neel 2 Via. '
Hops nominal 1V83. s-uc peuaa.
Live poultry Portland delivery: Buy-
ng prices: Colored fowls, 4 to 0 pounds
13c: ever 6 pounds 11c; spring pullets.
2 to 8 pounds 10c: toasters, orer 8
pounds 10c: Legnorn lowia. over s
Dounds 9c: under 3 pounds 9e; broilers.
lti pounds 13C; i pounds ana up
lie: stags 7e; roosters 5c. Pekin docks
10c; colored ducks 8c; geese 8c pound.
Onloss-Yakim $1-1.25; Oregon Si.Zo
Potatoes Local white and red 91.13-
1.25 cental: Yakima Sl-1.35: Deschutes
Cantalovpei Uiilsrd, standard $1.13'
1.25; Takima, standards 75-85o crate;
The Dalln SI crate.
Wool 1983 elio. nominal. Willamette
rallay 13-2 5e pound; eastern Oregon 16
2 le pound; southern Idaho 16-20e pound.
Hay Baying price from producer:
Alfalfa. No. 1. new crop 816-16.50; vetch
815; Willamette valley timothy $15; eaat
era Oregon timothy $17.50; oats $14
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 21. (ft
Butter prices rose on the local
market to be effective Monday at
a special meeting held by the pro
duce exchange this morning, ex
tras 21c up lc; standards 20c,
np He; prime firsts 19 4c, up
V.C firsts 19c up lc. .
Butterfat also rose to be effec
tive Monday. Portland delivery.
20c; country points 18c lb.
PORTLANX). Ore.. Oct. 21. (ft
Lack of suitable outlet for the
Increasing surplasses of chickens
forced another period of weakness
and even some shading of prices
in the trade. For the weekend the
produce exchange quoted almost
Keneral losses with the exception
of colord hens which were frac
The market shows us chief de
pression in springer stuff, which
was out of line with normal con
ditions considering the season.
Light hens appear steady and a
trifle scarce but heavy stuff was
scarce. This showed the advance
of lc,. on the exchange for the
Storage stocks of springer stuff
was so heavy that sacrifice sales
have recently been made by some
interests to force some outward
Trading in the batter market
was steadier here but more sen
timental than actual betterment
In the call.
Full steadiness was reflected In
the market for eggs here, at least
for the fresh stock. Much pt the
storage goods was being moved
east bnt some outsiders were still
flooding the local market at var
Market for country killed calves
was holding firm along the whole
sale way with prices unchanged
but generally at the high point
Lambs were steady to strong,
white hogs were Just about hold
ing. Beet was steady.
Weather conditions were favor
ins the sale of carload lots of Ore
gon celery in the territory east
BUTTER TO flDVWJGE
. ; Grade B raw 4 enlist,'
o-op pool price, 1.4S per
V Sarploa f 1 SO. '" ' ' '
(Milk based as atml moaUly
Distributor price $1.70
Batterf at Top 18c,
prints 21 e, cubes 23 c.
Price paid to grower by Baton baycr
- October 21
(The prices below, aeppded by a local
grecac, are Indicative ( the daily stark
butars not guaranteed by The Statesman)
FEOIT AITS V EG STABLES
Pumpkia I .40 .50 .60
Italian Broccoli, lug , ,- , , - .50
Parsnips, bos lug .50
Turnips, box lug L .59
Rutabaga, lag box .85
Brussels sprouts, log . , - .90
Local egg plant . .oa
Coaat pea, lb. . .07
Lamm beans, lb. .1
-.75 to 1.00
. .75 U 1.00
. 65 U .95
..2.50 to 3X0
Grrea peppers, local, lb.
Oniona. das. buaebes
Lettuce, local ,, .j,.,.
California, iced .....
Onions. Walla Walla, rwt.
Orangna. Valencia, fancy 8.00 to 8.50
Place pck 1.70 to 2.Z3
Beets, local, doa. . .15
Turnips, local doz. - .25
Carrots, local, dos J 5
Spinach, local, crata .
Baaanaa. lb. aa stock
50 to .75
..... . "
Cucumbers, local, box
Limes, fresh ,
Squash, Danish, doi.
Tomatoes, The Dalles
Peaches, Foster, bu.
Cora, .local, dos,
Casabfta, ' fh,
Concord grape, lug
Sweet potatoes, lb. .-
1933 toggle, 'h.
1933 clusters, lb.
Medium ben .
Colored fryers ...
' If AT
Spring lambs, top 5.00
Hogs, top 5.00
First cuts 4.75
Second cuts 4.50
Steers .03 to .04
Cowa .... ... .01 to
Bulls 03 to
Dressed veal, top
G-AU AHO BA1
Whet western red
White.' No. 1
Barley, top, toa
Oats, feed, ton
Oats, muting, ton
Hay. bnytng prices
Oats and vetch, ton
Alfmlfa, -alley, first cut..
of the Rockies but generally to
ward the gulf. Sales were chiefly
Very good shipping movement
of cauliflower was reported in car
load lots out of various Immedi
ate Portland sections. Sales were
chiefly around 55c crate for Is
fob with a tew, higher or lower.
"Wee Willie" Harned, horser
man nearly 50 years old, frequent
ly has the leg np on his own
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Stocks began the day in fairly:
good spirits, but lively selling that
centered around issues which have
had greatest speculative appeal
promptly squelched the Improve
ment before it had gone very far.
Heavy - liquidation of" alcohol
stocks and of metals, though to
a lesser degree In the latter, sent
the list', spinning : downward
around the turn of the first hour
and prices ended an active Satur
day market with many net losses
of 1 to 7 points. The average de
cline was 2.4 which more than
cancelled Friday's recovery. Sales
totaled 1,260,160 shares? It was
the busiest week end session since
July. - I
The break by "repeal stocks
appeared to have been prompted
by a report that the government
planned to place a limitation on
profits which ' these companies
would be allowed to make after
I Many observers felt that unrest
In the agricultural middle west
had had a. rather depressing ef
fect on sentiment.
With the slump in stocks focus
ing on volatile favorites, it was
apparant that large speculative
holdings, presumably of the group
variety, had been dumped, for one
reason or another. National Dis
tillers Products flopped 8H, clos
ing about a pelnt above the low.
U. S. Industrial Alcohol, Ameri
can Commercial Alcohol, Com
meclal Solvents and Schenley clos
ed 2 to 7 U lower. Celanese
fend Jon - Manvllle lost more
than 4 'and If. s. Smelting slump
ed 6. Allied Chemical lost 10
points, two of which were recov
ered. Declines In TJ. S. Steel. General ;
Motors, Chrysler, American Can,
Bethlehem, General Electric,
Sears Roebuck, Southern Pacific
Baltimore & Ohio, Santa Fe and
Standard Oil of New Jersey rang
ed from fractions to about 1.
American Telephone yielded near
ly 3 net, while Case, National
Biscuit and Union Pacific had
slightly Jarger losses.
Greasy Comb Wool
Lines Holding flp
BOSTON. Oct. 21. (ft (U. S.
Dept. Agr.) Trading In wool
during the past week has con
tinued quiet but quotations on
greasy combing domestic lines
have been firmly maintained
within selling price ranges real
ized earlier this month. Occa
sional transactions were closed.
during the past week on medium
fleeces and the finer grades ot
territory and other western
grown wools, but individual sales
involved only small quantities.
VISIT AT KINGWOOD
KINGWOOD, Oct. 21. Recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
A. La Raut were their son and
daughter - in - law, Mr., and Mrs.
A. G. La Raut, of Vancouver,
Wash., and Rev. and Mrs. Harry
Neat who werer en route to their
home at Eugene, following a sev
eral weeks' visit at Vancouver,
B. C Mrs. Neat is a daughter of
the La Rants.
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