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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon Friday Morning; December 15. 1933
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la cues wbera tola paper la
at Unit will reprint that
part ot aa advert leemeai ta
which tha- typoarapMcal
ni EUtwmti! rtaarraa
ta right to reject osjee
ttonal advertising. It far
ther reserves the tight to
classify all 4 aarerUaia wi
der the propr classifica
tion. -4 4 "
Tba finest selection of toys, candles,
decorations, tree liyht sets, rifts, at
tha Metrapolltaai Carlatmaa aala, HI
.1 Eoff Electric J
KlBCTRICAli ! UU ara practical f
gifts. For- Her aandwicli toasters
kitchen clocks, ilixmasters, washing
machines; weffls Irons, percalatonfc
Tacuuzn claira. For Kim radio (as
low aa - 14.6), aUrat dock, desk
lamp.. Jt Ooarti" i
Cooke & Short
' TJNTJER WOOD TTPK WRITERS
Kew and used. 6ES OUR sew. modal
PORTABLE at t5.0. Used machines
aH makes, low prices.
SSI Court Street TeL (SS4.
Shaf er's Leather Store
- BtTT leather goods from a leather
store. MS & Camt
- BILLFOLDS, luggaga,' brief case at
surprisingly low prices, 17S & Com L
i i wTrrrrrrpau-sitES trp
Sea our complete display ot new and
rebuilt bicycles. Barry w. scon.
Q. W; Johnson & Co.
n 41. boxes i broadcloth shirts.
boxes, SL49 ; hat fxe with each salt.
TJLKDIJET sets for men and women
... mm( tha flnast arifta,
COSMETICS, sharing seta. sUUon-
ry. Court at Lloerty sta
PYRKX ware, cutlery, electric ap
pliances, handy kitchen tools for tha
housewife, 5 court, , i
CIGARS, pipes. pipe sets, novelties
for him. Half price and less for short
time.; 15J & Com'L
1 Olson,; Florist
- GIVES flowers for Christmas or
send by wire. TeL 7144.
ARROW shirts, at 81.95 aro real
IF ITS for a man or boy youH find
tha best selection at Bishop's, 138 N.
I Commercial. . - '
THE LARGEST selection of men s
fine neckwear in Eaiem.
SCARFS, umbrellaa blouses, sweat
era, pajamas, besides ready-to-wear
make really practical gifts for -women.
Reasonably priced, of course ,
A snbserlptloa to The Oregon States
Bn Is a gift SIS days of tba year.
Remember a friend with a subscrip
tion to The Statesman.
Agents wanted. Best deal til Salem,
rne of women. 147 R CommerrlaL
JTJ--T."! ' ' w
Housekeeping, Box S7, cars States-
Hour work. Can Miss KeUow, SSOJ.
Ami.na wishes housework for board
and room. Boa S7 care SUteaman.
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Capable young lady wishes work of
an kind. TeL saao.
am ii nnr.iwnfrii"irir"ri- - -----
ELIZABETH LAWSON 'announces
tho opening of the Dr. ? Cartwright
homo it 754 Ferry street to particular
people desiring a 1 homo andmeala
.r-.i. -fiu .ln ba served to others by
telephoning la advance to Mra Lew son
at 780S. uoco ner gai fw
certain to return, i ,--.
a.q.ri-rLrui-r),Mwwnniri-i' - ---------
SOo cwt kraut cabbage. 1181 & lJth.
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ACME AUTO A TRUCK Wreckera
Generators, armatureo and starters.
Used parts for autos and trucka. eJS
4 block south of
iTTrt iron. RILE
tfir Vlaleatio Console, repossessed.
Balance duo, 42.5o. Terms, J IS down.
IS monthly. See Mr, Jans,; wuu lw
ale Store. - --. i :-- --:."---
nnnrun.rir inJi.n r 'itAni'nin'i"
Embroidery and needlework reasoa-
onabla. Mra 1-iForge, sb r. ia. -
1 1 1 1 1 ,ir.'.-,-l -
rem FfTP MTTtTRE BARGAINS
4 pc Ivory bedroom suit 828
Automatic Monarch Elec. Rang
Automatic Monarch Gas Range - SI
Mohair Dav. ft Chair used S ma) 45
8x12 Asm. Rug. Use4 S mo.) 16
8t Clair all-cast Wood Rango .
Opal Range, enamel trim
8-pc. Walnut Bedroom Suite, 7f
new, need S weK il
FIDLER FURNITURE . ,
I5S N. Commercial . .. TeL 1425.
a '- i. , um.ri.nn
Saw gumming and sharpening
alia flour Corns . Tab 488a,
;i -: " --iT-c :h;: Cr
FOR SALE aiiscenaneota
Sottas.. . Baldwin. Northern Spy.
Jonathan, Greening. 1 6c ta S5c Wsl-
nm Mr. Wr-nrt 44 mt Wallace
(.bores fancy Boss and Oargeau
pears, Uc bushel box, S ror il.00.
Brm. boxes, Fur apple cider rreafl
FURITAX CIDER WORKS
West Salem ; :
Fruit wod out treea- 8e FruiUand
Nar airy before buying, sales yard bo-
twMi CcmrnerctrJ and Front on Cen
ter St. A. J. Ma this.
Inapcted holly wreaths and prm.ys.
Inswtioa tan furaUbed. ISSd N.
Summer St. TeL 31C
X amalt bicycles, boys and airls.
Uk new cheap. 147 S. Com'L
Bicycle Car sale. CSS N. High.
FRKSH cut Christum trees, all
kmda. Fata tree, 11 li Kertn Front
Street . ... . -
Wm4 ranee. Combination ba
cbelors "beater. Excellent condition.
TftL tOFJ. -
Haircut. JOc. 1C14 N. Com-U
VV A NTKD Miscellaneous
Wanted- lata madel 2 -ton truck or
will buy your equity (or cash, what
nave yea 7 Tel. 64! tor tniormatlan.
'Wood ranse, beater, cheap for cash.
Haircuts i5c-20c SOI S. Winter.
Free, We pick up dead worthless
harnea. cowa sheep. Tel 4H,
FOR RENT ROOMS
Mod. lieat 11 N. 14th SL
ROOM AND BOARD
Board-room, S95 Court. TeL S87S.
B. S R steam heat, near P. O. 1482. I
Pleasant rooms best ot meals one
large room down stairs.- Tel. 44)8.
Room sea board, 84 wit. TeL 7 SIS.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Floe mod. S R. furn. apt Heat else.
tatrigerattea. Garage, TeL 8154..
Apt, overstuffed furn. S5S Center.
Apt, 85-110, ll a Church.
Furw4ghed heated apta 444 S. High.
1 and S room furnished houses for
real. Inquire 720 N. Front
Furn. and unfurn. heusea R. .
Forknar. 1410 M. Cottage, TeL S03L
t room house on N. 14th St f 15 Per
mo. See Mrs. Lawrence at Willamette
FCB3CISHd two and three room
cottages, with garage, by the day.
week or month.
CHERRY' CTTT COTTAGES
i 2AS0 Fairground Road
, FOR RENT
Goat to - unfurnished residence. I
rooms, bath,' closets, garage and wood-!
shed, mce sio per month.
CHILD3 A MILLER. Realtors
S44 State Street TeL 4708.
1449 Ferry Street modern bouse, S
bedrooms. 815.00. 80S N. 17th street 4
bedrooms, 1 stoves, wen furnished, pi
ano, on du3 line, garden, szOrOO. 4
room house south of town, well, chick
en nouse, .u.
P. H. BSXL, SSS Oregon Bldg.
TeL 8903 and 3427
Large home completely furnished. 4
blocks from city's center. Owner out
of town, low rent to reliable parties.
suHaoie i or Doara ana room.
RE ALT XT CENTER
14? a High TeL 8114.
FOR RENT .
tapitoi Hotel under new manage
ment Furnished room and apart
FOR SALE Real Estate
- -- -- -- - -i-.-ii-iiiii.- i- i r.ri njin.riff
70 A. 4 miles to Marion, all clear
land, large barn, stanchions for 10
cows, small house, well. Irrigation
aitca, izv.uo per acre.
I A In miles to Salem, good well, I
garage, chicken bouse, woodshed. 6 I
room bouse, cite, lights. Take light
MELVTN JOHNSON, 275 State Street
FOR SALE Belcreat lota at very
low price. Good location. A. W. Win
slow, 1085 Madison St.
One of Salem's finest homes. 7 lanre
cneenui rooms, wen arranged for sub
rentals, l Mock from state housm. Of
fered for less than half price. 13500.
can ks. :llis with
CHILDS tc MILLER, Realtors
344 State Street , . TeL 8708,
BUT NOW. PRICES ADVANCING.
NEW SUBURBAN HOME a. -co lit.
tie bungalow on Pacific hia-hwav.
north. V A. In fruit and berrlea Priced
w oeu quica. mall down payment .
4 A. improved Just outside of Salem,
north. Wants larger acreage.
143 a High Tel. 8114.
j EXCHANGE Real Estate
F-r outstanding buys la real estate,
see ua We specialize In exchange. I
M. C SHIELDS
tn-egoa Bldg. TeL 8901.
. WANTED TO TRADTT
' My modern 6 K. house. 34000. Clear
for a farm, 29 acres or more what
oavav your eee- my agents
BECHTEL or THOMASON
------ 341 State Street
i FOR SALE FARMS
L. - -L-L -L m j
"TS acres 12 miles from Salenu Only
$1400 for quick aala WlU accept house
ui Daiem, equal value.
CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtors
SIS State Street TeL S708.
A REAL FARM BARGAIN .-f
: 140 A. improved farm on paved road
is muea irotn saiem. 109 A. in culti
vation. BaL pasture and Umber. Can
oo oougni ror leas tnan s&o.os ner
aero or will take small acreage or city
noma in iraae.
. REALTT CENTER
141 8. mtgh TeL 8114.
FOR 8ALB ACREAGE
WHT WA1TI LOOK AT THIS 1
: 1 aero walnuts and filberts with
wonderful 6 . room, strictly modern
Vt mile from Salem city limlta
icldy, it's a buy at IS000. Small
payment will nandie.
148 S. High TeL 8114
WANTED REAL ESTATE
"WANT 8 or T rm. homo on mull
..: m 1 - T
Tills week should be tbe llg
ghopplnf weekend ,ot tfca yearJ
umy eigai more aaya usu iw uu
Filberts produced la tbls area I
this Tear totaled nearly law per
cent more than in 1932. The lo
cal co-op' pool for IIS was 336,-
S7S pounds compared to 137,701
last year, and Increase ot 144.3
Factory workers in. October re
ceived 35 per cent more is wages
than a year ago, with about 23 1
per cent more workers on the
payrolls, NRJL statistics say,'
In 1932 the United Stales. Im
ported about. 68,000,000 pounds
of cheese of rartous kinds. If all'
this cheese had been made In this
country it would hare prorideda
market for the milk from more
than 150,000 arerage cows. ' .
While on the cheese subject:
Last year less than a third of the
Swiss cheese consumed fa this
country was imported, while a
few years ago the country import
ed more than half of the Swiss -
cheese consumed here. The first;
10 months of thto year, importa
tions were V minion pounds
compared to 11 million pounds
MONEY TO LOAN
1 to SO months to repay at lowest pos
GEN ERAl iTINANCE CORF,
Ut Natl Bank Bid. Phone S5SS
Licensed by state
Short of Cash?
.Borrow S10O-S18O-S20O or MORB from
I us I Repay In from 1 to SO months, ac
cording to your present income, .
Come mi . . . wntei . . . Fnonsi
Member of NRA
Room tit. New Bllgh Bldg. tnd floor
LICENSED Na 8-12S by 8TATB
SIS Stats St Tat
MONET TO LOAN on farm, dry or
acreage propertlea Must be the best
of security. -
CHILDS MILLER, suit. Loans
844 State Street TeL 0708.
FOR SALE WOOD-'
Phono Tracy" a S9SS for dry wood.
GUARANTEED' DRY wood coal
TeL S00O Salem Foal Co. Trade
Ash, fir and oak. Tel I84S.
growth and oak. Phono
Call 4 8 Fl 4. All wood. Smith Rubena
All kinds dry wood. TeL 4411
Dry old fir,
ash. TeL 3S73.
2nd growth, oak and
Dry fir and oak. Tel. 8768.
Second growth and old fir wood.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wells.
4 ft oak, 85 cord. TeL 7 SSS.
IS cd. Snd sr. fir. Tel. 107F11. '
Wood sawing. Dial 7800.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Bunch of keys Tuesday
night Leave at Statesman. . ..
LOST 2 small mulea Last seen at
Lake Labi ah, near Ore. elec trestle.
Reward. Schroeder, R, S, Bx. Z85.
FOR SALE USED CARS
' 1925 Sport Touring, good condition,
cheap. Box 368 care Statesman.
18S2 FORD MODEL B"
Commercial pickup. Just a peach of
a Job. See it at .
240 No. Liberty Tel. 2888.
GATES, Dec. 14. The local
basketball squads are coming out
for 1 intensive practice now. The
town team is better organised
than ever before and is made up
of ex - high school players who
have mostly been -on the cup
winning teams of the past two
years. Russel Wrlglesworth, El
mer Klutke, Leon Cline. Carl
Ball, Edwin Seamster, Walter
Ball, Linn Goodwin and others
make up the team. . ! r
The high school team expects
to play the following schedule:
December 22 Aumsville at
January S Turner at Turner.
January 11 Mill City at Mill
City. . " '
January 28 SUyton at stay
ton. .- ' " ' - "
February 2 Turner at Gates.
February 9 Mill City at Gates.
." February 23 Stay ton at Gates,
31 March 2 Aumsvllle at Aums
vme." ' i 1 ; . . -
wnnribnotf 7w 1i. - Tha
ieBjori at Woodburn high school
Carda la tbla directory ran
m moatltly twata oaiy. Itate:
,00 per liM per taoacb.
MiW its south Commercial.
harrt w. scott. 14T a. Com'i St
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind- School, Tel. 49T1.
Fuller Brush Man Telephone SHI.
Bart Crary, tha eaterar: Ph. S7IS. .
Hulda Helps Hostesses. TeL SMS.
Telephone 44S0. R. E. Nerthness.
Chan am Chinese Medicine Co.
f now la former location). Hoars Tues
day and Friday, 10 :S a. m. to p. tn.
180 N. Commercial.
DR. a I SCOTT, PSa ChlropracUr,
SSS N. High. TeL Rea SSTS.
CUT flowers, weddtng bouquets fun
ral wreath, deeorationa. C F. Breit-
haupt. florist, (71 Court TeL SI 94.
ALL kinds of floral work. LuU Fler-
let. IBth a Marnet. TeL w
atswai a. (TEKirtBICKS
ISt N. High TeL MM
COFFPrT-SMTTH, ywi. Ins. TeL tttf
THE! NEW -SALEM LAUNDRT
THH WS3DCR LAUNDRY '
ISIS 8. Hirfc . TeL tlSi
CAPITAL CTTT LAUNDRT.
Vint in duality and Service
I Telephone 810S Breaflway
Umfrmaaaa from factory to home. Cot-
tan mattress, 50 lb, f 8.6ft. Renovators
and fumlgatora Ruga cieane juapnei
Bedding Co. TeL. eOSS. lose r. vapiiaa.
New mattress made to ardor, eld re
made j -aarpet oiaanug, suing: iwu
rag weaving, eaiam siun nug w
trass Factory, a ltth A Wilbur, let
44l. Otto V. zwiciter. e-bx. mi, .
GEO. C WILL Pianos, radios, sawing
ig rauaa uu diu hip
dkaa Repairing radios, pnoBOgrapos
and sewing macmnea tss oiaw buw.
L G. -Altman. M. D. Homeopatnut.
rmM. m rtifia SOT Center St
Pham 1832. Treats oota acuta ana
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint & Roofing. 474 Ferry.
Panital City Pattern Shoo
WW. PREHS. S14S N. Fourth Street
FOR STATIONERY, cards.
lets, programs, books or any
a books or any una ox
nrintine-. call Tha Statesman Printing
Department 111 8. ComroercUU. Tle-
Central Radio Service. Tel T99J.
Guaranteed repairs. 695 N. High,
BECKE ft HENDRICKS. TeL 4947.
Gor-oTz-nrsirv a son
304-S First Nat't Bk. Bldg, TeL 1S07.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire lence, lancy io
plain, bop Das-eta noosa, io .n n
: C.l-m Vonr a.nd Btova Works. SSS
Cbemeketa. TeL 4774. R. & Fleming.
E. Wiggins, 1 ml N. Pao. Hwy.
GVT lml rtr Matant transfer storage.
call S1SL Larroer Transtor Co. Truck
to Portland oauy.
CAPITAL CTTT Transfer Ca 228
BUta St TeL - 7773. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty,
Get our rates.
TYPEWRITERS Adding Met. sold,
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke ft Short 531 Court TeL S884.
R. A. West SO years experleaoa. RFD
7, Hog 283. Tel. liars.
brought home another tnterclass
chamnlonshls and added four
more - points to . their lnterclass
rivalry score by winning the boys
basketball tournament The sen
iors beat all the other- class
teams, taking the sophomores 15
to 12, the freshmen 33 to 1, and
the Juniors 17 to P.
Members of the winning team
were Ed Oberst and Eldoa Sin-
ram, forwards; Pete . Larson and
Fred Chapeue, guards; and Ken
neth Grimm, center. The Juniors
and sophomores ended up in
tie for second position.
: TALKED Oil Oilll
LABISH CENTER, Dee. 14 A
limited number of sales ot local
anions were made late-Tuesday
and Wednesday at $1.18 a hun-
area, -new ugh for the season.
Some, buyers were offering. 11.10
Tuesday, but sales were few, aa
most growers are -holding for
The onion market is presenting
quite an enigma. to both, brokers
and growers this year. Ordinarily,
this should be an unu&uaHy act
ire season, considering ' limited
supply of the entire gountry, but
specuiaure actiTity is almost nil,
with eastern markets not opening
California, which was taking
the local product, was lost when
the price advanced a bore 80 cents
About 260 carloads are under
stood to be still in storage in .the
Yakima section, 230 of which
run three inches and oter. Shrink
age is becoming as great as 40
per cent there, the type ot onion
raised there being not adapted
for long keeping.
Although it is hard to predict
what may happen in the market.
no price cut is anticipated. Grow
ers are beginning to talk price
discrimination as to Quality of
products, as obTiously as growers
who puts up an extra good grade
product should receive more than
one whose product barely passes
TJ. S. government inspection. Buy
ers indicate that there is as much
as 25c a hundred difference In
the quality of various lots, and at
the present time, they get the
PORTLAND, Dee. 14. UP)
Good trading toneg were suggest
ed tor practically all country kill
ed meats today. Lambs were
showing sales up to lie lb. here.
Trade in the potato market
was more or less demoralized
with recent sales in primary mar
kets at a sharp reduction from
former asked figures. Local re
sale prices were also being gen
Sales of onions in carload lots
were confirmed as high as 81.10
to 11.15 cental and sacks at the
source although there was uncon
firmed reports suggesting pur
chase up to $1.25. Local trade re
There continued an acute short
age ot quality lettuce and the
wants of the trade were not be
ing supplied. Better quality of
ferings from The Dalles were
noted but the volume was small.
The Willamette Collegian yes
terday contained a reprinted ar
ticle by. Earl A. Nott, McMinnvllle
attorney and member of the board
of trustees. In which Nott stands
for dancing at the university here.
Nott said an investigation of
higher institutions under Meth
odist supervision showed that 22
out ot 33 permitted dancing while
three of the remaining 11 were
considering changing their pro
grams to permit dancing.
The trustee member said he
thought that dances after univer
sity events like homecoming and
f eshmen glee would be decidedly
in the interests of a better spirit
at the school.
Friday, December 18
3W Portland 620 Ke.
T:00 Tony Csbooeb, KBC.
7:15 Orgaa concert, KBC -8:15
0:35 Orcaa Concert. NBO.
10:80 Woman's Kscasine, NBO.
11:45 Educational Health Talk.
11:15 Farm and Horns Hoar, NBC.
11:45 O. M. Plommer.
1:15 Rhythmic Serenade, NBC.
1:45 Mark Dsaiels, baritone.
8:05 Waldorf-Artoris orchestra, NBO.
8:30 Friendly Chst
4:15 Dance Masters, NBO.
6:00 Phil Harris, NBO.
8:00 Amos 'a' Andy. NEC.
10:20 Cole MeErroy's orchestra.
10:45 Archie Loveland's orchestra.
XEX Portland lis Ks. -
7 :20 Csaa Lome orchestra.
8:00 Pear Square CathedraL
9 :00 Crosscuts from the Log, HBO.
S:15 Ted Weem's orchestra.
t :45 Orgsa eoacert, NBC.
10:02 Arioa Trie, NBC.
11:45 Weather Baport
11:45 Friday Steeplechase, NBO.
1 ! 15 Dane Rhythms.
1 :80 Modern Columbus, KBC
2 -.00 World Bookman.
3:05 Symphony Hour.
tiOO Classical Soloist.
'8:45 Pollock sad Lawaharst, NBO.
, 4:05 Danes Masters, NBO.
8:30 Portland Unloa Bible Clsase.
:15 Catholic Truth Society.
9:45 Jimmy Riehsrdtoa Sports Talk.
10:00 Melody Train, NBO.
10:45 Out sf tha East, NBO.
KOAO Corvallii 650 Ke.
. f :30 Morning MediUtion led by Bev.
9:00 Home .Economics Observer.
10:00 The Parade of Melodies.
11:80 American Legion Organ BeeitaL
11:0O Noaa Farm Hear. - - ' '
1:00 As lea Lias It with Anthony
, . Enwer.
a -00 I.mry M. Lewis "'Books far the
Christina Ut." ,
8:80 British Isle Travelog. -4:80-4:35
Fsna Market Kepotta.
"StiS Pana Hour. '
T:45 Science News of the Week.
8:15 Philosopher, of the Crossroad,
Eggs took the ' third drop ot
tha week locally Thursday, when
extras went ta It cents and me
diums and standards toll cents.
Butterfat held, steady, but prints
and cubes, dropped a halt cent, J
Turkey buying for the Christ
mas trade has been pretty well
closed already for a number of
local stores, though deliveriea are
lust now-beginning to come In.
Tae xugnest price qwt w w
. , - . a . . . ,
producer is la eents on toms ana i
IS cents on hens, with 13 cents
about an average offering.
PORTLAND. Dec. 14. (JPi
batter darinr the late session of I
n-ndn- avrhanv- waa tha rfwl
suit of the lowering of th bids
of the government relief organiza
tion- for supplies.
The dron in cube butter on the
exchange was cent pound with
butterfat down 1 cent. The latter
reflected more than the former
the real weakness underlying the
Prices were very much mixed
in the egg trade although local
co-ops quoted no change. Extras,
so called,, were selling at a spread
ot at least 4 cents dozen.
Owing to the lateness of the
season, aome of the leading kill-
ers reduced their bids " on lite
-blrbens about 1 cent noand for
. . i . w.w ii-vi - j I
me aay wiiu ouw ui mu "-1
dium weight offerings 8 cents
PORTLAND, Ore., Dee. 14. (AP)
Produce exchange, net prire : Butter
Extras 10 e, sUadards 19c, prima firsU
18 Vac firiti 18e. Ef Freih extras
24c treab aediu 20c
POETLAJfD, Ore.. Dee. 1. (AP)
Whest Open Hick Low Close
May 7S 7. 73 73
Dumlxf 68 68 68 68
Cash: Big Bend blueitem 70; dark
hard winter 13 net 72. 11 Pet 60: soft
white, western red, bard winter, northers
spring, western res ot.
Oats Ne. 3 white 822.50.
Corn Xo. 2E yellow f 22.50.
Mil Iron Standard 114.00.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dee. 14. (AP)
Batter Print, extras 21 a, lUndard
ButUrUt Portland delivery: A grade
1718c; tanner's door delivery 15e peaad.
Sweet cress So bicker.
Eggs Pacific poultry producer' sell
ing pries: Freh extra specials 26c, ex
tras 34c, staaaards 20c, medium SOo dos
ea. Buying, price by wholesalers: Fresh
extras 21e, first 17c, taedioais lie, an-
dergrade 12e pUt lze eoiea.
Cbeosa S3 seoro , Oregon triplet
10s; loaf lie peaad. Brokers will pay
Ke below aootauona
wnk Contract pries d per east,
Portland delivery 81.70 cwt; B grade
ereaa S7e pound.
Country meat Belling pnea tore-
tailara: Canatrv killed bogs, best bates-
era, aader 150 pound 6-7c; vealers.
00 te lou poonai i pana, n". .
thin 8-6e poaad; heavy calvat 4e pound;
l.mhi lo-lla pound: yearlings 4-5o lb.;
heavy ewes Se pound; medium cows 8-
5o ponna; einner cows z-oe pounu;
4epoad. . ,; ...
atobsir nuyug price; a y,
15c pooad. ....
Cascara bark Baying prleei 1038
peel 2 He pound,
tiop una cninera pouno.
T.iw. nmiltrv Portland denvery, bay
ing prices: Colored fowls 4 to 6 ponnds
10c, ever S pound lOe; (pring pullets,
3 to 8H ponnda lie; roaaters, over 8H
pounds He; Lefhorn fowla over 8j
ponnds Se, uader 3H pounds Se; broil
ers IK to 3 pound 12c 3 ponnds sod
up 10e: stag 6e; roosters 6c. Pekia
duck 10e; colored docks 7e; geeie 8e
pound. Tarkev No. 1, 10-12e pound.
Onions Takims, 81-1.10; Oregon
9L40-1.SO cental. . - , ,
Potatoes liocai wnne -ana Tea i-
1 AS r-ntal; Yakifa Sl.25-1.33; Vf
chutes 81-80-1.40 eenUL
Wool 1983' cup, nominal: "
etta valley 28-25 poond: eastern Ore
goa 16-21 ponnd; southern Idaho 16-20
PO"- ... .... x
Hay Baying pnea irem
Alflfs, 5o. 1. new crop 816-16.50; vetch
815; Willametta valley timothy 15;
eattera Oregon timothy 817.50; oat 815
PORTLAND. Ore, Dee 14. (AP)
r.ttln Raeeioti 125. calves 60: euiet
Steers, good, common aad medium
SS 75-6.75: heifer, common and me
dium 82.50-4.50: cows, common and me
dium 2.25-8.25; low cutter snu cutter
81-2.25; bull, entter snd medmm si.is-
pjitumftn ana medium 32.50-5: calves. Kood
aad choice 4-5; common and medium
tS-4 ... 1
Hogs Receipts lao; iieaay io bww.
Lightweight good snd choice 83.25-
ss. -iMlinm weirht. rood end cnoies
$3.50-8.05; besvyweight. good snd choice
83.15-3.no ; pscKiag sows, meaium tu
good $2.25-8.10: feeder stacker pigs,
rand and choice 82.25-2.75.
Sbeep Keceipt uo; neaay.
T.mh, wnnA .nd choice S5.25-6: me
dium 83.75-5.25; yearling wethers $3.75
4.50; ewes 81-2.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1988. Standard StatUtic Co.)
STOCK AVEkAGES '
Today 93.8 48.7 68.7 . 81.1
Previoua day - - D "
Week sro ' 98T8 43.6 65.9 81.0
Tear ago 68.9 38.0 Ol.o jo-j
, a . h e n V n
8 vesrs see
High 1983 103.1 58.0 113.7
Low 1983 42.3 3S.S 61.5
'-'' BONO AVBKAOES
Today 71.9 73.5; 78.0
Previons day 71.9. 78.1 77.9
Wtek ago . .. 71.7 71.9 77.3
Year age . 61.8 60.9 80.9
8 year ago S5.S 97.7 97.0
High 1938 77.1 84.9 88.5
Low 19S8 68.8 87.0 T4.1
In Territory is
t Felt. Wool Deall ItKSj
v' - -
- ? - i
1 BOSTON. Dec. 14. tm (U. S.
Dept. Agr.) A lew. houses
getting a little more business
territory wools. Graded French
combing C4s and. finer territory
wools are bringing 31-83 cents
sconred . basis. nrices being . in
clined to the high side ot , this
range. French combing 68s, -60s,
blood territory wool has been
eold at .alightly above 80 eents
scoured basfs. Clothing : 66s,
blood territory wool has been !
moved at the high side of
range 76-77 cents sconred basis.
Grade- O raw 4 snUk.
co-op- pool price, f 1453 per
, S orpins 91.18.
: (Sfllk based oa wJ sKsthht
OattKfat irswgs 1
Distributor price $2.10. .
Batterfat Top 17c,
' prints 20 He, cubes 23e
rticaa paid ts- grewsrs by sleai bayers
Tao prleee bmtmw. sapiriWS by a leeal
graces, are Uaieative at tor Sally aiarket
bat ass net gaarsateM ny Ta batesnaa)
rauiy aD vihhtuum
OllUffUl i 1 iii-
i, t i mm
cwitairUi, H bbL----S.es
rsapkint, dos. .40 jo jto
Itaiiaa Broccoli, lag
' ranatpav bos loa-
, , ,. J9
.BO ts LIS
Taraipa, box hi;
Qreca peppers, OaUferaia. lb. - . .15
Oaioaa doa bnnehts , . : J
.78 to. 1.00
00 and 1.40
.1.10 sad 1.45
California, dry pick
Onion. Yikiaia, cot
.1.40 ta 1.50
-2.25 ta 2.75
Calery, dos. '
.50 ssd .85
Orsagea Valeaeiai, faacy 8.00 ta 8.50
riaee psec ' to avz
Kavcla, erata a
carrots, loeai. dos
Spiaaeh, loest, erste
aenaeaa lb. ea stock
aaaa , . i
bines, fresh 1
dvsesdea erata a
8 ash, DsaUk, dos. .15
Hsbbard iqaath - ' .75 to 1.00
Tomatoes, California pack, lug, 1.40
not tioase Q"
Bwaat potatoea .
.60 sad .50
rears, . ,
Grapefruit Florida .
JtS te .40
5 to M
USS elaiter, lb.
Filbert m. IK ,
W.tnnts 1H 1
.12 H te
-12 H to
Lex norm fryers ,
Dressed turkeys, top, bens
Bprn g laaba top
Hog, 160 te 200 lb,
200 to 225 lba
i 125 to 250 lba -
iso to 160 tba
8.45 te S.60
2.5 te S.45
8.10 to 8.85
3.8S te 3.85
J0 ta .64
.01 ta .03
Dressed veal, top
a&AXB SJTU HAH
Wheat western red .. . .,
White, Ke. 1
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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51 5ft .
. HORIZONTAL ,
1 Which of the United States is
known as tho "Old Dominion
state? 1 Slide
13 Who succeeded Salmon P.
Ckase aa Chief Justice of tha
U. S. Supreme Court?
14 Strike lightly.
16 -Neater pronoun
16 -Who was tho discoverer of the
19 Wait upon
20 Sooner thait
22 Oth H
283 What island, 25 aailos long, ts
to the nortk of Haiti, which
30 Plural pronoun
32 American humorist
S3 Man's name .
35 Have existence
85 Exclamation of contempt
41 Footless '
43 -Man's ideknams -
44 Pronel with oars
4 ft What Eaglish Rosaaatle poet
wrote "Doa Jaaa"?
48 Greek epic poet . V
60 More contemptible . , .
62 Lara - .. - ;
63 Peer Gynrs mother 'iii-
I 85 Title of respect
I 56 Permit
K7 Small children
58 What French aathar wrote
1 Cisterns " . -
6 Announce ' -
4 Part of the eye
8 Hard-ehelled fruit
6 At homf " i - rr ', '
8 Slanders - "
ft Japanese statesman : ". '.
10 Seed of a well-known vine
PULLS OTlltfiS DDVil
CHICAGO. Dec 14. (Stop-
loss selling ' that started in th
eorn market pulled Wheat a tut
other cereals downward late to
day, more than wiping' out earlier
Wheat tumbled 2 !4 cents a
bushel below the day's top, bat
rallied fractionally at tha-last.
Large receipts ot corn in north-:
western markets attracted sharp
attention, .together with reports .
that farmers especially in Minne-
sots and South Dakota were back
ward about accepting the govern
ment loan policy as to corn. . s
The close for wheat was ner-
ous, 4-H cenu under, yester-.
day's finish, with corn - olf. .
oats U down to M p.
Today's closing Quotations: -Wheat
December 81 ; May .
84-Xr July 83H-U.
Corn - December 45; May.
SlW-Hl July 52.
Oats December 34: May
SICKS SIBT FIUP
NEW YORK. Dec. 14. UPi
Rising exchange rates appeared to
give a fillp to stocks and some
commodities ' today, but net ad
vances were mostly meager.
Wheat reacted and U. S. .govern
ment bonds, which had been prof
iting by a rising dollar, fell back
Industrials recorded general
improvement, with metajg again
to the fore. U. S. Smelting rose
3 H and American Smelting about
a point. Allied Chemical's extreme
rise of around 5 was reduced. Da
Pont, E. G. Budd, Moto-Meter,
Chrysler, Baldwin, Sears Roe
buck, TJ. S. Steel, Bethlehem,
Eastman, Union, and Pennsyl
vania Railroad and Standard Oil
of New Jersey were fractions to
around 2 points better, although
the smaller gains were most num
American Woolen preferred
was Strang, stock sales totaled.
. Barley, feed Ko. 1. toa
Oats, feed, toa
Barley, matting, tea
Oats, milling, ton
Hav. ban I puses
Oats sad vetch, toa ... . ,
Alfalfa, vallex. first eat.
Clover bay .
13 Armed combat
16 Tho neatrality of what eounlry
was gn area teed ta the faasoae
acrap of paper signed ia
8 Latin American worker
19 French coin-
21 Tho aasae of what herald la
Homer s "Iliad ie ased as a
synonym -for a person vwitl a
23 Weep convulsively :
24 Wide-mouthed pitcher 1
25 What large Island la knows aa
. the "Pearl ef the AatLUea"! ,
27 Alcoholic beverare
2& -River ia Switzerland . .
34 Roman tyrant
37 What is the capital
' mania 7
39 Spanish title
40 One of a Hamitie rsce
42 Physical' forces
45 River la Germany
47 In law, the thing
4 Male red deer
49 Network .
60 Brief strain from a bugle V
61 The self k ' J
53 Be affected with pain ... !?
65 Therefore - "
: El ItS
Berewith 4s the solution ta vea .
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