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Agents wanted. Bett deal In Salem,
men or women. 147 S. uommerciax.
Experienced woman dishwasher and
kitchen help wants position tn res
taurant or hotel 1570 Mission St TeU
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Good farm near Salem for oil sta
tion or other investments in or near
Eureka, or Santa Rosa, California.
uttiLUS m MII.I.KK. Realtors
S44 gtato Street TeL 70t.t
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
- ' -"j"in ini rir iutrxri-ri
FOR SALE tS
lata. TeL 1SSFX
Barred Rock pul-
Inte resting: Facts
Cards ia this directory run
oa a monthly basis only. Rates
S 1.00 per line per month.
MONEY TO LOAN
1 to It months to repay at io treat pos
CFCTBAT. iUSLASCSS CORP.
' A- local corseratlon
1st Natl. Bask Bide. Paeoe KSi
Licensed iy Stat
MONET TO LOAN on farm, city
or tirrna m properties. Must bs the
best of -security.
CHILD8 A MILLER, Mtg. Loans
844 Stats- Street Tel (708.
& Cash Money $
To salaried men and women no se
curtty needed. All loans confidential.
STATE LOAN CO.
SIS Oreson Bldg.
TeL 7788 - Lie No. B-165.
- . - - ryipnrwwxrirm
The Monroe doctrine
opted 110 years ago today.
The machinery to make auto
mobiles is considerable more lm
portant and also more expensive
than the automobiles.
Government debts owed to the
United States Jane 1. 1933J
amounted to 811.794. 964,847.
The first newspaper was issued
April 24, 1704.
The Statesman Is now In It
Mike Panek, 178 South Commercial.
New and nsed. Tires, Repairing.
HARRX W. SCOTT. 14V 8. Cowl Bt
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind School, get 4672.
Burt Crary. ta caUraf. Ph. 4758.
Huld Help) Host'
Short of Cash?
Borrow flQO-f 150-$20t or MORE from
us! Repay In from 1 to So months, ac
cording to our present Income.
Come taff- . Write t . . . 'Phone I
'Member of NRA
Room 119, New BHgh Blag. 2nd floor
LICENSED NO, S-l-Z by STATE
ell State St. TeL 8 7 6
time werk by widow. Good
Bessie Crabtree. N. list.
FOR S ALB aiisceGaneoos
Old papers 10 a bundle. Btatestnan
Saw cnninilns: and sharpealsa
Biilo EL Four Corners. TeL 4I0.
FOR SALE Spark comhtnation gas
-and coal cook store, lik new; bed
dveirport ; electrla refrtcerator like
new. TeL Ti.
FOR SALE Fully equipped carase
and rep. chop established more than
ten rears. Writ Box !L, The SUtes
Spitxki Baldwin; Northern Spy,
Jonathan, Greening, .2Sc to .5Sc. Wal
nuts. Mrs. Wright, 4H mL Wallace
Fruit and nut tress. See Frultiand
Kurjery before buy In r. sales yard be
tween Commercial and Front" on Cen
ter St. A. J. Mathia.
Kraut cabbaxa SOc cwUHSS S. 13th,
Wood ranxe. tl. heater iU. Good
condition. TeL SeF. .
Haircut, 20c, 161 ZCCom'L
FOR. SALE 1159.00 Crosley cab.
Inet radio for 37.$0. 240 N. Liberty.
I'jnbroidery and needlework reason-
onable. Mrs. LAiotT. n itign.
ACME AUTO a TRUCK Wreckers.
Generators, armatures and starters.
TTsmI narta for atltoa and trucks. 430
s Commercial. h block south of
Wood range and heater. TeL 20FS.
WANTED Gas pump and
Unit be reasonable, Tel. 1354.
Walnut dining room
Itt N. Commercial.
Haircuts 15e-20c MS S. Winter.
tfcjiiii iiii.' ii - i .
Free. Wa rick up desd worthless
horses, cows, eheep. TeL 43tt.
R0031 AND BOARD
Board-room. S9S Court. TeL "
B. A R.. stea-w heat, near P. O. 34-
Phone Tracy's, SOS for dry
- - --1 1 sTl i1tLfPl JVXJ-TLa
GUARANTEED DRT swuI-m!
TaL tOCt Salem Fuel Cn. Trad a
Ash, fir and oak, Tel
Oak wood for sals. TeL 3(18.
growth and oak. Phone
Can 4SF14. All wood. Smtth A Rubens.
Watch Sunday's, Statesmaa tor
Christmas suggestions. Only 1)
shopping days left counting- to
SATOSSAT, December 9
SOW POBILAsD 630 K
T:00 Edwsrd MmeHnsh, KBO.
7:15 Morniag Parade, NBC.
7:30 Roatld Bock.
8:13 Croitcuts, NBC
0:15 Cooking sehooL
9:30 National Farm and Home a our.
10:30 Woman's Mtiin, SBC.
11 :35 Friendly Chit.
7 :00 Saturday Kignt Dsoclnt Party,
8:15 Hsppy Tunei. KBC.
0 :00 Shanghai, Days,
:80 Book Chst.
10:00 Charles Hart, NBO.
10:80 Bin Hoenlight, NBC.
11:00 Sid Lippmaa's erehettra, KBO.
11:30 Slumber hour, KBO.
Telephone 4450. R. E. Kortrmess.
Chan Lam Chines j Medlcln Co.
fnnw in former location). Hours Tn
day and Friday, 10:31 a. m. to t p. m.
180 N. commercial. i
DR. a L. 8COTT. PSC Chiropractor.
ti -N. High. Tel. Res B71.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fon
ral wreath a. decorationa a F. Brett
hsupt. florist, ill Court TeL IM4.
ALL kinds of floral work. Lots Flex
let, ltth a MarKet. Tel. tali
131 N. High
COFFET-SMITH. gen. Ina TeL 843S.
An kinds dry wood. TeL 441.
Dry old fir.
ash. TeL 3S73.
2nd growth, oak and
Dry ftr and oak. TeL 9709.
Wood sawing. Tel. T80.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Alpha XI Delta sorority ptn
between Elaioore and Senator hoteL
Engrared "L. Sha." Return to State -man
FOR SALE USED CARS
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Frn mod, R- furn. apt Heat, alsa
nfriavfatton.' Garare. Tsk ilii.
R. turn, snt. TeL 8840,
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unforn. houses. R. A.
Forknerv Uli N. Cettaga, TeL 3081.
S rooms 88. TeL 7204.
KXX rOBTLAlTO 1180
7:15 Eand mnsie.
8 :00 Orcheitrs.
8:4V Ben Salvia ereheatrs.
0 :t3 Talks tTsder Asspices KKA. HBO.
9:a5 Bettor Eagnsa.
lf)rD2 iBitrnmaaUl Soloist.
10:15 Waring' I PenasylTsnisai,
11:30 Coaeart Echoes, NBO.
LS:eO Weather report.
12 :06 Edna riaeher. NBO.
13:15 Western Agneoltnre. NBO
1:15 Hawaiian Serensdere.
1:30 Melody Mixers, NBO.
3:00 World Bookman.
8:00 Walts Tim.
8:45 Victor Salon, orchestra,
4:00 Rnss Colombo.
4:30 Lee Reitman't orchestra.
8:15 Aesop' Fables, NBO.
8:80 Hollywood on the Air, NBO.
o-ao Carefree CsrnlTsI, KBC
10:00 Charles Hart, NBC.
KOAO COKVAIXIS 550 Ke.
7-30 Morning Meditations, led by eel
legs T. M. C. A.
a.nn lad tka Pmiaoni.
11:80 American Legion orgaa racltaL
13:00 Farm hour.
4:80 Aeolian Echoes.
6:45 Term hour.
Of Old John
Marrvtnz a man to reform
him" was the Intriguing subject
of a talk to the Salem Ad club
yesterday noon by Robert O. Not
son. staff representatlTe of the
Nash fire passenger sedan. Courtesy I Oreaonlan at the legislature. Not-
son likened the wedding of tne
state and "John Barleycorn" who
ia newly dressed In a good suit, a
boiled shirt, silk topper, spats and
boots and whose respectability Is
now asserted, to the girl who
marries a -man to reform him.
The point he made was one he
Bald Marian Miller made to a girl
who was taking on such a mate.
who was adTised that if she fail
ed to reform her man she could
take special care not to be drag
ged down to his lerel. The state,
Notson. counseled, should watch
out. If the marriage isn't a suc
cess, not to be brought low with
The Salem Ad club plans to so
licit funds for the annual holiday
You Can't Afford to
Miss These Buys
21383 Pontine 5-Pasa. Sedans, priced
11923 Gardner Touring.
11939 Willys Knight Sedan.
11928 Bulck Sedan.
I 1930 Ford Coupe tn A-l shape, new
11920 Olds Coupe.
1 Cheap Overland Sedan.
These) cars are priced to sen.
Bu Ick Oldsmoblle Pon tlao
Sales and Service
THE NEW SALEM LACNDRX
THE WKIDER LAUXDRX
2C3 B. High TeL 8111
CAPITAL CTTT LAUNDRY
First In Quality and Sanrica
Telephone- 3103 1334 Brosdwsy
Mattresses from factory to home. Cot
ton mattress. 30 lb. 88.80. Renovators
snd fornicators. Rugs cleaned. Capitol
Baddlar co. TeL sen. w. wp-
New mattress mad to order, ld r-
nrads; carpet cleaning, stains : ftaff
rug wearing- Salem Fluff Rug A Mat
tress f actory, b. isin m wudut. i.
8441. Otto r. 'Zwlcner. K-nt.
GEO. a WILL Pianos, radios, sewing
marhtnna sheet masio sad PtanO StU-
oles. Repairing radios, : pnonograpns
and sewing macnines. s suit oireat.
Salem. . 1
25 to 35 Cents Paid Upon
Clusters With Fuggles
Running Bit Higher
Oregon hop prices remained un
changed the past week, with from
three to four thousand bales sold
at prices ranging from 25 to 35
cents on clusters and higher on
About 40.000 pounds of the
1934 crop were contracted at 30
cents per pound, net to the grow
er. Market News Serrice reports.
The market tone in Oregon was
being strengthened by the moder
ate current offerings by growers.
many of whom were not offering
their remaining stocks for sale,
or were asking prices abore cur
rent bids, particularly those with
best quality hops.
Washington hop markets were
only moderately actlre during the
week, but prices remained steady.
Around 248" baler of new .crop
cluster; choice, brought JO to 82
cents, net to the grower, In Yak
ima, while 13S bales of toggles
netted 40 cents in the Puyallnp
California markets were feat
ured by some Increase in activity,
with sales of about 1,300 bales
made at prices ranging from 24 to
Domestic users or hops were
still securing their requirements
from earlier contracts, since only
scattered Inquiries were received
from middlewestern and eastern
interests. An increased interest in
older hops was noted In the So
noma district with a bid of 16c
for 500 bales of the 1928-1929
crops being received but not ac
cepted by growers. Trade esti
mates of the California 1933 crop
have been revised upward in most
cases with the final outturn gen
erally placed at around 57,000
bales. Of this amount, growers
were reported as still owning
around 20,600 bales. At Dec. 1
last year, California growers own
ed 7,917 bales of the current
crop, while holdings at the cor
responding date a year previous
amounted to 9,511 bales. Of this
year's holdings, approximately
9,000 bales are being beld hy So
noma growers, 2,100 bales by
Mendocino and 9,500 bales by
Sacramento hop producers. Stocks
of older growths still owned by
California growers amount to 6,
006 bales, consisting of 1,901
bales of the 19 23 crops.
RICES PLUNGE AS
CHICAGO. Dee. 1. (Jf) Plung
ing headlong downward at the
last today, wheat ended at the
bottom-most point reached.
Copious rains were reported
tailing in Kansas and Nebraska
affording relief from prolonged
drought which has apparently re
duced the condition of winter
wheat to almost the low record
of last year. Contributing' to
wheat price weakness was a break
in Liverpool quotations owing to
cheap offerings' from Argentina.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Dee., 83 7-8S; May,
86-86; July, 85-86.
Corn: Dee.. 44; May, 50 !i-
51; July, 52-.
Oats: Dec, May, 35-
35; July, 34.
Grade B raw 4 mtlk.
co-op pool price, 91.53 per
(Mils a4 seal steataly
Distributor price 92.10. ,
Bsttorfa t Top SOe.
prinU 23tfc cubes 23HC.
ONIOfi PRICE GOES
FIVE GEftTS HIGHER
POSTLAKD, Ore, ee. 1. (A?)
Prodae exchange, set prices: Butter-
extras 23c, standards 21 Ha. prime firsts
.u-sje, itrsn imt. z.(gt. iresa extras
25-20, Ima meaitnas 2 1-22 c
PORTLAND, Ore, Dec. 1. (AP)
Wneat Open High Lew Close
May 74 74 74 74
December 704 70 60 60
Cash Eig Bead blueatem 72 He dark
hard winter 12 per cent 7 He, 11 per
cent 71e; soft white, westers white,
hard winter, northern ijrinr, westers
red 69 he.
Oats Xo. 2 wLite 2S.
Corn No. 8E yellow $22.
Millmn Standard 14.
Prices paid te gravers 6 galea layers
- jTeeesaser a
(The pries salsa, sappned y a seesl
rrr. at U ai astir c u aaiiy aasraai
bat at gsratd by The Stetesajsa)
CXU1T -ajrjf lassrasuu
Craaherziea, bbL , ,,, , ...
rnrakit. asa. 0 J9 JS9
I tali a re tali, lag ,
ranaina bx tarn
TazmlpSk hex tor
Braaaal sprasts, lag .
Lseal egg plsat mmmm
can sate, ewt.
fereen neppeis, JaeaL low ,
Oirio-Ba. dea., Vase he
fr t US
Osaons, Walla Walla, cwt.
.TS t 1AQ
M te OtS
jue t 3j)0
Orsages. VaJradaS. taacy S.00 t S.5
Ptoes- pack ' t 3.39
Kavels. crsta . .. , 3.75
Beets, local, AK -IS
Turnips, local 4ea, S
Carrots, local. s .IS
Spinach, local, crat
Banaaac, lb. o stack
Lemons ,. .
Sen ash, DaaUb, dot, .
Tomatoes, local, lag
JO ta .50
If you are looking for a
Good Used Car
Be sur and see these.
193! Nash Royal standard sedan
10S0 Reo five passenger sedan
Nash four door coups with trunk
Franklin four passenger sport sedan
International pick up
These cars are priced to sell, snd
any reasonable offer will be accepted.
L. Q. Altman. M. D. Homeopathist. I
nfflei and residence SOT Center St.
Phone hill. Treats both acuta and
chronlo diseases j
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint a Roofing.' 474 Ferry.
334 IS APPROVED
Capital City Pattern Shop
WM. PREHX, 145 N. Fourth Street
books or any
leta. nroa-rama. books or any kind or
Knting, call The Statesman Printing
partment. SIS a Commercial. Tl-
Central Radio Service. Tel T8t
Guaranteed repairs. 60S ;W. High.
BECKS a HEKDRICga. TeL 44T.
W. H. ORABENBOBST Ctt
184 3. Liberty St. I TeL 8488.
SOCOLOFS t a aoM
804-8 lrs WafL Bk. Bldg. Tel. T80T.
JAKES H. MAD EN
SS0 N. High St TeL
Intematienat Motor Trucks
From 815 to 8500. Some real good
Borregos Car Mkt.
840 North Liberty TeL 8888.
FOR RENT t room furnished
bouse and garage. TaL 798.
-i hi inn i " "
- T,rttfrl home. 881 N. ISth. Opea
' rtinday t to 4.
Kmma Mumhy Brown.
Furnished bungalow In Oak ; Vl
Court. Adults nly. Inqulra 1 MUlSt.
Capitol .Hotel under nw nnage
. Purniabsd rooms and apart-
. ments. - : -
FOR SALE Real' EstaU
8 A. 7 mL from Salem, 4 room bouse,
' electric llgbts. Darn, ienc,
: oer ei.ww.-u- .n
. ia i mt.navad road north, small
rousei-cssC good soIL IU7S. 1300
- A.' mL from Salem, on pared
road, S room house, 01 ,t"
,,.. jf ,n' mnmm frtllt. 82350.
, (L a l L Tmm Salem on paved
road, 6 room house, bath, ,"-
i electric lights, oak floors, 3500. J00
MELVTM JOHNSON. 178 Stats Street
Just forget you troubles until after
f m...k.i..iMi com In and sea
t .,. .i,t. that hnmi. .Whether it- IS
I city, suburban or farm, our list
?compIU.- , - rf.ra- ,
n Tllrto- . - TeL 890.
! A beautiful tract, deep rich black
I uit .11 tn iwmL , nw 4 mom bouse
: ZZau-a m. Just a few miles
aiuE nvnii w j.-w .
t . a fttmt Street . -.
rm Phow You the Best Buy in Valley.
; EXCHANGE -Real Estate
raiifbrn! for Salem or suburban.
A BeaL Gen. DeL. SaletS,
Have good T room nous In North
Salem near grade and Junior spools
.-- tr.9 hnm in a. 8alem or Will
accept lot tn good location as part of
ur?S2 yi TT.t.lCB.CfiaaUors
Deluxe Paige sedan in tin condi
tion to trade H. L. Stiff.
JVlust Be Sold Now
1818 PACKARD SEDAN
New paint, new tires ,
1980 DODOK 8 SEDAN
New paint, rubber S
1930 CHEVROLET COUPE
SEE this now
19S0 PLYMODTH COUP
New paint, economy
192S OLDS COACH
Ready now -
1927 BUICK SEDAN
U. S. Attorney
1928 GRAHAM PAIGE
4-pasa. cotip 195
1928 BUICK SEDAN 225
15 other cars to choose from, 8100
Bonesteele Sales and
Tel. 4444 Chemelceta St Liberty
HEflE IS PROPOSED
Ed Schonke, president of the
Salem Retail Grocers association
has called a meeting of all gro
cers in tbe city for next Monday
night at. the chamber of com
merce, ' S p. m.
' A representatjTe from the poul
try department of Oregon State
college will explain the adrant-
ages of a central egg market for
Salem dealers. If enongh stores
favor the idea, a central market!
will b established soonv
The central storage plant would
supply all grocers In the city with
eers. - Advantages of this system
would be that tho farmer would
receive the fall market price daily.
with 'payment In cash, and that
tha consumer would hare tha aa-
saranca of purchasing canaiea
esrrs. nrooerlr araded aad abso
8 wins machines cleaned and repair.
j ed. Work yiisntnteed. PhcmeM1
! STOVES and store repairing. Store
; for sal, rebuilt and repaired. All
I kinds of woven wir fence, fancy and
plain, bop bassets, nooks, jogan nos.
Salem Fence and Stover worm in
! Chemeketa, TeL 47T4, R. B. Fleminf.
E. E. Wiggins, 1 ml N. Psq Hwy. 1
FOR local or distant transfer storage.
! call S1SL, Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to r oruana aaiiy.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 826
Stat St. TeL 7772. Distributing, for
warding and store g our specially.
net our rate. I
DALLAS, Dec. 1. The Polk
county bndget for 19S4 was ap
proved at a public hearing here
today with very few changes.
This session today was the first
in several years at which there
has not been heated discussions
regarding tha proposed budget
aad a strong effort made to make
radical changes In It.
The sum to be raised by direct
taxation next year will be tSs-
159.17 which Is 15105 less tnan
the estimate made by tha- budget
committee. A sum of 8)4250 for
care of state Institution patients
and another amount of $1000 for
warrant indebtedness on equip
ment was taken from tha budget
The salary of the district attor
ney's stenographer was increased
from 1855 to $900 to conform
with the Increases in department
offices in ether counties.
The meeting was attended by
a much smaller crowd than was
expected and lasted only from 10
a. m. to shortly after noon. Ira
C. Powell of Independence pre
sided aad Earle Richardson acted
as secretary. An effort was made
to cross out an item of 818,000
for the old age pension bat the
motion was losL Tha item was
passed with the provision that In
case of legislative action. It would
be Included In tha. budget.
- The only fireworks of the ses
sion were verbal clashes between
R. W. Hogg ot Eola, W. T. Hoff
man of Independence, and County
Judge O. O. Hawkinsv Hogg and
Hoffman objected to items con
cerning care of poor and emer
gency funds bat the amounts
were voted In.
PORTLAND, Ore, Dee. 1. (AP)
natter fnmi, extras 21c, standards
Butterfat Portland deli Terr: A grade
ii-zjc tanner a door aeUvery 19 pound.
oweei erase oe nigner.
Kgf Pscifie pon 1 try producers' tell
ing price: fresh extra specials 28c ex-
tias 26c, standards 21c, mediums 22c,
pallets lSe do sea. Buying price by whole
salers: rresa extras Z4e, xirsts IBe, i
dmms 15c, undergrade 10c, pullets lOe
Cheese 02 score, Oregon triplets
llfte; loaf 1214c pound. Erokars will
pay He bole Cfnotatioss.
Milk Contract priea. 4 per east
Portland delivery 1.70 ewt.; B grade
cream oTe ponao.
country meets selling price to re
tailers: Oswtry killed hags, best batch
ers, under 150 posnds 6-6 He; vealer.
00 te 100 pounds V-7 poand; light and
thin 4-6 poand; heavy calves 4a pound;
Iambs 9-10e pound; yearlings 4-5e pound;
beavy ewes 2e pound; medium cow 2
5e pound; eeuasr cows l-2 pound; bulls
-Uhair Buying pric. 1933 clip 15e
Csacara bark Buying pries, 1988
Bops 1833, Z5-35e pound.
Live poultry Portland delivery, buy
ing prices: Colored fowls, 4 to 6 pounds
lOe; ever 6 pounds 10c; spring pullets
2 to 3 pounds lOe; roasters, over SH
pounds lOo; Leghorn fowls, over 8
pounds 9c, under iVt pounds 9e; broilers
to a pounds lie. 1 pounds and up
10e; stags 6e: roosters Sc. PeJda ducks
lOe; colored ducks 7c; geese 8e pound.
Turkeys Ko. 1. 10-12 poand.
Onions Tskims S5e; Oregon 81-1.15
Potatoes Local white snd red 1.10
1.15 cental; Yakima 81.85. 1.40 ; Des
Wool 1933 Clip, nominal: Willam
ette valley 23-25e pound; eastern Ore
gon 16-21e pound; southern Idaho 16
20c pout 4.
Hay Baying priee from producer:
Alfalfa Ke. 1 new crop 81610-50; vetch
815; Willamette valley timothy 815;
eastern Oregon timothy 817.50; oats 15
Lady Finger rrapet ,
Sweet potatoes, lb
1933 cluster, lb.
PORTLAND, Dec. 1. (fiy
Weakness la the egg trade con
tinued to be reflected in practic- ,
ally all markets along tbe coast.
Price cutting was general with so
much mixture In quality of so-
called fresh stock that wholesale
and retailers alike were bewil
dered. Prices dropped at the close
ot the day's trade.
Market on butter was showine
a weaker reeling wun soma augni
recessions Indicated in. the price
on the open market. Until it Is
ascertained what the government
Is solas to do the trade here is
expected to rule erratic.
Considerable v easiness was re
flected ia the general cheese trade
of the country although thaa far
Tillamook has been able to up
hold its values generally.
Chicken supplies appeared
about cleaned up. The public pur
chased chickens when small tur
key could not be found. Prices in
this line appear fully steady.
Trade In the country killed
meat market is of quite nominal
character. Considerable stock was
carried over the holiday. Includ
ing practically all lines.
Buying price on onions has been
advanced c per hundred pounds
at Willamette valley primary
markets at 80c, sacks and twine
furnished by the buyer. Business
was confined generally to oriental
shipments with a sprinkling to
.60 and .50
.25 to .9
25 to .85
30 CETiTS OFFERED
Leghorn fryers ,
Dressed tarksys. tie. 1 - 44 te
Sorinr lambs, ton , ,
Hogs, 160 to 200 lbs.
200 to 325 lbs.
925 to 250 lbs
ISO te 100 lbs.
Treseed veal, top
e-AXS avu BAi
Wheat, western red ,
White. No. 1
S.60 to 8.75
S.10 to S.60
8.25 to 8.50
2.50 to 8.00
Ja im .04
.01 t .09
LABISH CENTER, Dec. 1.
The post - Thanksgiving raise In
the onion market anticipated by
many growers became a reality
Friday morning when at least
one buyer was In the field of
fering 90 cents a hundred. Last
Saturday buyers wr taking op
tions at 89 cents and a aumuer
of carload sales were made at
The 90 cents level Is ten cents
under last season s peak when
only a few carloads brought ode
Barley, feed Ko. 1, toa
Oats, feed, toa
Barley, malting K. L toa ,
Oats, milling, ton
Hay. boytag priest
Ostt and vetch, ton
Alfalfa. veUty. first ent
Ciover bay .
POBTLAKD, Ore, Dee. 1. (AP)
Cattle Keeeipta 100. calves CO; about
Steers, common and medium, 32.75
5.25; heifers, common aad medium, 82.25
4.50: cows, common and- medium, 82.25
8.0O; low cutter ana cotter, fi.zo-z.xs;
bulls, cutter snd medium, 81.75 - 2.75 ;
veslers, good and choice, 85.50-6.50; can.
common aad medium, 62.50-S.60; calves,
good and choice, 84.00-5.50; common and
Hogs Receipts 900; 15-25 lower.
LIrhtwelrht. rood and choice 38.35-
d; medium weight, good and choice
83.60-4; heavyweight, good and sholce j
63.15-8.75; packing tows, medium aad
good $2.50-8.25; feeder and ttocker pigs
good aad ahoice, st.oo-s.au.
Sheep Receipt 700; steady.
Iambs, good sad choice. 65.00-8.75;
msdlsm, $3.508.00; yearllag wethers,
$3.75-4.53: ewta 75e-2.00.
Stocks and Bonds
Copyight, 19IS, Standard Statistics C0
Tnda 00.9 40.1 66.1 T6.7 !
Week ago , - 91.8 40.9 66.S 79.5 j
v... va.s saa 118.1 T4
s year at 1,1 iow. " '
HUtb 193S 102.1 56.0 11S.T 43.S
Law 1938 42.8 2S.S 61.5 43.S '
i Today 10.3 69.0 TS.4 Tl.S
rrerioni Gay io oo.o c.
WMktn , 70.o e.i -
Tsar age 8. 60.S 5i.a es.t
3 years are 89.4 102.8 09.8 96.9
TTtjrh isas 77.1 84.9 S8.S 85
Lew 191 ,,, DOB oi.v is.
75-7; valley Ko. 1 77-80.
Oregon, 40-43. Domes tie
graded: first combing, 60-62; sec
ond combing, 60-55; third comb
ing, 45-50; fourth combing, 40
45; good carding 40-45; first kid,
75-78; second kid, 65-68.
By EUGENE SHEFFER
i'Ma m r it w ri"
""Bf - as? jill
l 1 um i WA i i l
Shares Loll in
Quiet Mart as
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. (ay
Stocks loitered through quiet
market today while foreign ex
changes reacted and government
bonds enjoyed mild improvement.
Turnover 1 equities was only
TJ. S. Steel improved a major
fraction net. Allied Chemical du
plicated its 193S hli. Du Pont.
Standard Oil of New iersey, TJ. S.
Smelting, Socony-Vacjium, Amer
ican Can and TJ. S. Snjeltlng were
more or less active at higher
prices. Rails averaged a shade
. Martin i Ckmioy, well-known New
fork , attorney, who - has been
named by President Roosevelt to
succeed George Z. Medalid . aa
United States District Attorney
for tha Southern District of New
York. Conboy served as counsel
for the then Governor Eoosevelt
d iae tha 1932 hearings that cli
maxi id ia resignatioa of Mayor
TTPEWRITERS Adding afch. said.
ranted, repaired, undnrwaoa Agents,
Cook It Short, 6St Court. Tel. 6584.
R. A. West, 86 years iperinca, ZUTD
t. tsox am. tci. iinre. -
: Routes Expected
Postofflca authorities here have
received no word aa to what the
recommendation of Inspector w.
F. . Case, Portland and Tacoma,
will be in regard to the consolida
tion and extension of rural routes
oat of Salem. Case spent some
time at the local office last, week
investigating possibilities of such
changes which would 'be made as
an economy measure,
For John Wirt,
LACOMB. Dec. 1 Mr. John
Wirt, 5.0 years , old, a prominent
citizen of Lacomb, was suddenly
stricken by paralysis, last night !
while doing his chorea. Death fol
lowed In a few hours.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday at the Lacomb Baptist j
church. Mr. Wirt is survived by
his widow and four children, Ce
cil, Russel Raymond and Veltna.
WOOL BUSINESS IS
LIGHT: IDT Eli
BOSTON, Dec. 1. (JP) The comJ
mercial bulletin will say of the
wool market tomorrow:
"There has been rather less
business consummated In wool
this past week than In tha two
preceding weeks but prices have
been firmly maintained and the
market Is distinctly against the
buyer. Demand still favors the
worsted wools but more Interest
is developing in woolen descriptions.
"Foreian markets are generally
Grown on Pasture Crm on the bMis week
"Mora business Is reported In
the piece goods and .clothing mar
kets during the past week or ten
Moair is rather . slow with
prices steadily maintained."
The bulletin will print tha fol
. Scoured basis:
Oregon, fine and F. 1C staple
84-86; fine and F. M. fr. comb-
eate them would be too expensive. I ing 80-83; tine and F. M. clothing
35-Acre Rye Field
PARKERSVTLLE, Dec. 1.
Sings have eaten about half of a
35 acre field of rye on the Rich
ard Harrisoa farrd here.
Mr. Harrison and W. B. Brown
drove to Corvallis recently to get
information on the control ot tha
sings bat were told that it was
caused, from planting on pasture
land and that methods to eradl-
ated 12 Japanese
22 only this -
24 statistics ia
28 rlided ...
82 title of
85 Greek letter
86 one of a
88 impede by
48 sea eagles
48- wanderer .
49 winged i ,
for the head
54 grain -steeped
5& -hard seed
67 on tha shel
53 units of
59 wfly .
1 edge of a
- .8 opposite
4 etate of in
sensibility 6 manifest
19 dry? saidaf
21 cut off tha
23 egress 3
. . .
8 yielded gold SAj, oa
or-ycuiwKuiu 29 defames
9 least whole 80 Engliala ft
10 city In , scheol C
Nevada 81 ehort f I
Herewith is tha solution to yes- 84 allure -4
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terday's Puxxl a.
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52 be anweU x
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