The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 16, 1933, Page 7, Image 7

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    The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, ? Oregon, Saturday Morning, December 16, 1933
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Suggestions
from Salem
Merchant
Metropolitan
The finest selection of toys, eandles,
decoration, tree light sets, gifts, at
the Metropolitan Christmas sale. 148
K. Liberty.
Eoff Electric
. ELECTRICAL" gifts are practical
gifts. For Hep sandwich toasters,
kitchen docks; Mlxinasters, washing
machines, waffle Irons, percolators,
vacuum cleaners. For Him radio (as
low as 814.JS), alarm clock, desk
lamp. 837 Coort.
Cooke & Short
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS
New and used. SEE OCR new model
PORTABLE at $45.00. Used machines
all makes, low prices. :
E31 Court Street' TeL 1584.
Shafer's Leather Store
BUT leather goods from a leather
store. 170 & Com'L C"'
BILLFOLDS, luggage, brief eases at
surprtotaglyjow prices. ; 8. Com'L
BICTCLES $12.0 UP
See our complete display of new and
rebuilt bicycles. Harry W. Scott
000m0mm sess -swas
Q. W. Johnson & Co.
Ties 4 sc. boxes: broadcloth shirts,
boxes. $1.49; hat free with each suit
Woolpert & Legs:,
Drugs
TARDLET sets for men and women
are among the tinest gilts.
COSMETICS, . shaving sets, station
ery. Court at Liberty Sta
WELLEH HARDWARE
PTREX ware, cutlery, electric ep
pllances, handy kitchen tools for the
housewife. 45 S court i
ftSCAR S NELSON
' CIGAR3, pipes, pipe nets, novelties
for him. Half price and less for short
Urns. 169 S. Com L
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Olson, Florist
GIVE flowers for Christmas.,
send by wire. TeL 7148.
Bishop's
ARROW shirts at $L$5
are real
IF IT a lor a man or ooy you una
the best selection at Bishop's, 11$ N.
" CommerclaL "
THE LARGEST selection of men S
fine neckwear In Salem. ,
Smart Shop
SCARFS, umbrellaa blouses, sweat
ers, pajamas, besides ready-to-wear
make really practical gifts forewomen.
Reasonably priced, of course. .
The Statesman -
A subscription to The Oregon States.
-C man Is a gift 218 days of the year.
Remember a friend with a subscrip
tion to The Statesman. ;
SALESMEN WANTED
Agents wanted. Best deal In Salem,
mm or womn -1T 9 CommerclaL
FOR SALE -Miscellaneous
ELIZABETH LAWSON announces
the opening of the Dr. Cartwright
bom at 754 Ferry street to particular
people desiring a home and meal a
ileal i will also be served to others by
telephoning In advance to Mra Lawsoa
at 7995. Once her guest you will be
tertaln to return.
66e ewt kraut cabbage, 1162 & 13th.
, r v ; RADIO FOR SALE
1147 Majestte Console, repossessed.
Balance due, $42.50. Terms, $6 down.
S3 monthly. Ste Mr. Janz, Will's Mu
sic Store. .
nArumi n mii n.i trip nnnnr - r - n - -m r - r
Embroidery and needlework reason
onabia. Mra LaForge, 225 N. High.
- USED FURNITURE BARGAINS
' 4 pc ivory bedroom suite $25
Automatic Monarch Elec Range 4S
Automatic Monarch Gas Range $9
Mohair Dav. ft Chair (used S mo.) 45
9x12 Axm. Rug, (Used S mo.) 16
St Clair all-cast Wood Range 45
Opal Range, enamel trim , . .. . ,- 85
S-nc Walnut Bedroom Suite. 879
. new, used 8 weeks SI
- FIDLER FURNITURE .
255 N. Commercial - TeL ' 8425;
Saw gumming and sharpetilng .
mile a Four Corners. TeL 4280.
Ladles' and men's 2nd hand shoes,
.rroairad.' and ' for sale. Low prices.
Shoe repairing. Halt soling, ladles, 60c
to 75c men's lio t il AAaier neeis,
tie to Sao. Jacob Voght, 9 SO S.. Com'L
2 small bicycles, boys and girls.
like new cheap. 147 H. oora'L -
Bicycle for sale, 6ES N. High.
- FRESH cut Christmas - trees, all
kinds. Paul Cree, 177$ North Front
Street. - ; i -
j Wood range,. $10. Combination ba
ehelofs heater. Excellent condition.
TeL 20F3.
FOR SALE5Il3ceIianeous
Boltxber.. - Baldwin. Northern Spy,
Jonathan, Greening. 26c ,t toe. Wal
nuts. Mr. wrtt&L '4 nu. wuwoi
TOud.
frutt and not trees. See Frultland
Nur-ery before buying, sale yard be
tween Commercial and Front on Cen
ter Si. A. J. Mathla.
Insoected holly wreaths and sprays.
Inspection tags tarnished. 1860 X.
Summer St Tel. 9314.
Haircut. 20c, 1(14 N. Com'L
WANTE1 Miscellantoiw
Wood range, heater, cheap tor cash.
TeL 20PS.
MISCELLANEOUS
Haircuts- 15e-20c SOS & Winter.
Free. We pick np dead worthless
hemes, eows. sheep. TeL 4W.
ROOM AND BOARD
Bear-room. 695 Court. TeL 6.678.
KiR, steam heat, near P. 0. 1412.
Pleaaant rooms best of meals one
larce room down stairs. TeL 448.
Room and board. 4 wt Tel. 7813.
Board, room, laundry, 1 mo. Mra
A. Varnes. M4 & 28nd-
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Fine mod. S R. turn, apt Beat, else.
retriseratton. Garage. Tel. bin.
Apt, overstuffed turn. 658 Center.
fjsasseaSeseNsesSMeiSNssetsessssesrssa
Apt. $5-19, 11 S. Church.
Furnished heated apts. 444 a High.
Mod, heated apt., 210 N. 14th St
FOR RENTHOUSES
Furn. and unfurn. houses. R. A.
rorkner. 1C10 N. Cottage. TeL SOSL
FURXISHED two and three room
cottages, with garage, by the day.
weak or month.
CHERRY CITX COTTAGES
2 4 SO Fairground Road
FOR RENT
Close in unfurnished residence. 8
rooms, bath, closets, garage and wood
shed; Price $10 per month.
GUILDS MILT.KK. Realtors
844 State Street TeL 6708.
1440 Ferry Street, modern house. 8
bedrooms, $15.60. 898 N. 17th street, 4
bedrooms. 2 stoves, well lurais&ed, pi
ano, on bus line, garden. $20.00. 4
room house south of town, well, chick
en house, $s.uo.
P. It BELL, 225 Oregon Bldg.
TeL 8903 and 2427
FOR RENT
Larfe home comDletelr furnished. 4
blocks from city's center. OVner out
of town, low rent to reliable parties.
Suitable for board and room.
REALTY CENTER
142 &. High Tel. 8114.
Snappy 8 B. bung. turn. 955 Madison.
FOR, SALE Real Estate
70 A. 4 miles .to Marion, sJl clear
land. Jarg barn, stanchions for 10
cows, small house, well, irrigation
ditch, $30.00 per acre.
3 A. 1ft miles to Salem, good well.
garage, chicken bouse, woodshed, a
room bouse, elec. lights. Take light
car. -
MEL YIN JOHNSON, 278 State Street
FOR SALE Belcrest lots, at very
low price. Uood location. A. W. Win-
slow, 1085 Madison St
SPECIAL
One of Salem's finest homes. 7 large
cheerful rooms, well arranged for sub
rentals, 1 block from state house. Of
fered for less than half price. $3500.
Call MRS. ELLIS with
CHILDS A MILLER, Realtors '
341 State Street TeL 6708.
FOR SALE
BUT NOW. PRICES ADVANCING.
NEW SUBURBAN HOJIE a coxy lit
tle bungalow on Pacific highway,
north, A. In fruit and berries. Priced
to sell quick. Small down payment
TRADE
4 A. improved just outside of Salem,
north. Wants larger acreage.
REALTY CENTER
142 S. High TeL 8114.
CLOSE IN RKSIDENCR
Five rooms all plastered, modern
with basement, furnace, corner lot
paved st Only five blks. out Price
szavo. i.bo down, baL $30. per mo. A !
v iy.- vr.iit value.
BEE W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
184 & Liberty Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
For outstanding buys In real estate.
see us. We specialise In exchanges.
h. c SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. ' TeL 8902.
FOR SALE FARMS
FARM BARGAIN
70 acres 12 miles from Salem. Only
i.Alt L. win o t.n.,.
AWV iwi uuita osici u am mvwib mv uv
in Salem, equal value.
CHILDS ft MILLER, Realtors
S44 State Street
TeL 6708.
A REAL FARM BARGAIN
140 A.' Improved farm on paved road
19 miles from Salem. 160 A. In culti
vation. Bat pasture and timber. Can
be bought for less than $50.00 per
a pre or will take small acreage or city
home in traae.
RE ALT T CENTER
142 a High Ter. 8114.
FARM BARGAIN
Good 64 acre farm with buildings
located on main Pacific highway, north
of Salem. Price $5900. $2700 cash, baL
terms, A REAL BUI.
184 a Liberty St TeL 6488.
2S8-ACRES $9000.00
Can't beat this. It Is a forced sale.
Good house, barn, garage, . and etc
18 4-A. cult, about 10 miles of Salem.
$Zs00 down.
18-ACRES $3000
5-R. house, battv. electricity, barn.
20X49, poultry bouse. 3 hi miles or Sa
lem, on pavement A real buy.
JAS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
132 South High
ACREAGE
FOR SALE ACREAGE
WHT WAITt LOOK AT THIS!
1 acre walnuts and filberts with
wonderful 6 room strictly modern
home, mile. from Salem city limits.
Act quickly, it's a buy at $3000. Small
payment will handle. f v...
. RE ALT T CENTER
143 a, High , : -v - TeL 1114.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
$a1wahaeBf"hSshsksaaaw
W k VT -at m V- v tiArrta kaarns1t
acreage, near Salem. 1906 N. Summer
Street
. Bnsihesa. Opportunities
.' GAS STATION DWELLING
'TDandr location ' with one acre.
ground priced to eelL See my agent
JAS. IX SEA1UJ, III 8. High St
Interesting Fact
People past 45 who -weigh 20
per cent more than the aTefage
hare a death rate greater by one
halt than the average tor their
age.
It they hare a 40 per cent
overweight, the rate Is. almost
doable that ot the average.
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Before taking any drug In an
attempt to redace one's .weight, a I
physician should be consulted.
O-
Some time ago we mentioned
something In our column about a
wife of a Salem business man buy-1
xng a coat in roruano. we ara
not mention any names but eTl-
i dently the shoe tit sereral Salem
ladies for merchants have been I
i accused of giring us the informa
tion. O
Nine counties of Oregon bare a
hop acreage of 17,597 acres. Mar
ion ana voik. county nare i3,u6b
acres.
In 1919 there were 8000 acres
of hops grown in Oregon. 1933
I nearly 20,000 acres.
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One-seventh ot the world's hops
are raised in Oregon. Fifty-two
I per cent of the Pacific coast crop
is also grown in our state.
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Herb Stiff advertised an auto -
mobile to trade tor a lot. Some
Gntenrisinsr real estate ladr tried
I . , ' ,,;,., t,,
i to close the deal with a lot at Bel-
crest Park.
MONEY TO LOAN
Automobile and
Chattel Loans
1 to 28 months to sepay at lowest pos
sible rates.
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st NatX Bank Bldg. Phone SSSS
Licensed by Stats - '
- --- - -i-r- -i- - i-iiirrywiopr.'rvyirvJV'WAJ
Are You
Short of Cash?
SfrSrJiVf'Ts-rS
oal Repay In from 1 to SB months, ao -
cording to your present income.
Come In! . . . Write I . . . 'Phone I
BENEFICIAL LOAN
SOCIETY
OF SALEM
Member of NRA
Room II). New Biigh Bldg. 2nd floor
LICENSED No. S-12Z by STATE
sis atate st TeL
MONET TO LOAN on farm, city or
acreage properties. Must be the best
or security. .
CHILD 8 & MILLER. Mtge. Loans
844 State Street TeL 6708.
FOR SALE WOOD
... . . - 1 nn.-i
Phone Tracy's. 8886 for dry wood.
GUARANTEED DRY wood ooai
TaL 8000 Salem Fuel Co. Trad
CotUga.
Ash, flr and oak. Tel 6648.
Second growth and oak. Phone
137F3.
Call 4SF14. All wood. Smith 4k Rubens.
"-" 1 li 1 "1 'iru'jn.TLrurLnji
Ail kinds dry wood. TeL 4418. -
Dry old fir,
ash. TeL 8673.
2nd growth, oak and
Dry fir and oak. TeL 9769.
Second growth and old fir wood.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wells.
rMrVVVVVVwVVVVVwVVwVwVwwVVV
4 ft oak, $5 cord. Tel-7983.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST 2 small mules. Last seen at I
Lake Lablsh, near Ore. elec. trestle.
Reward. Schroeder, K. 8, Bt Zoo.
FOR SALE USED CARS
1925 Sport Touring, good condition,
cheap. Box 369 care statesman.
19SS FORD MODEL B -
Commercial pickup. Just a peach of
a Job, See It at .
Borrego's Car Warket
240 No. Liberty TeL 8688.
JUST ANOTHER BARGAIN AT
I O M o .to
UUl i tJiU s iyawi irvvs.
I . . ... .
1929 Ford Sedan, with only 25,000
miles a clean job $195.
240 N. Liberty TeL 8688.
McKay's Used Cars
CHEVROLET GIVES MORE
1927 Nash Roadster 65.00
1928 Chevrolet Coach, as is 95.00
1928 Hupmobile Coupe 245.00
1929 Nash Cabriolet . 285.00
1929 Reo Sport Coupe 275.00
1931 Ford DeLuxe Phaeton . 295.00
Truck Specials
1926 Reo, 1 Ton
150.00
176.00
885.00
425.00
1929 Chevrolet
1931 Chev. 131" duals
1931 Chev. 131" duals
We buy, sell and trade used cars
according to the prices in the new
fvjaUtOmObU0
333 Center TeL S189 4J0 n'. ComT
Douglas McKay
Chevrolet Company.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS JTEREBY" GIVEN
that the partnership lately sub -
sisting between W. M. Woods and
W. H. Stelser, under, the firm
name and style of Stelser
Woods, was on the 1st day of
December, 1133, dissolved by mu
tual consent, and - that the busi
ness in the ' future will be car
ried on by W. H. Stelser alone.
Any atnd all claims of creditors J which has characterised the on
against t h r partnership andor j ion price since the first of-tat
v v se,r,rfIU4; ,1
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pendence. Oregon, or to Walter
I Fuhrer, 602 Guardian . Building,
j?aim. nrppnti nn or Wore
cember 20, 1933.
Dated thia 1st day of Decern
ber. 1133.
WALTER FUHRER
Attorney for Partnership
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- of Stelier ft Woods.
Dec MMMI.
Business
1 Directory 1
- Cards in this directory ran
osi a monthly basis oaly. Itatet
f 1.00 per line) per month.
AUTO BRAKES
Mike Panefc, 276 South Commercial.
BICYCLES
New and need. Ttres, Repairing.
HARKT W. SCOTT. 147 a Com'! Bt
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind- School. Tel. 4072.
Fuller Brush Man Telephone 386L
CATERING
Burt crary. the caterer. Ph. 718.
Hulda Helps Hosts es. TeL 8048.
CHUINET SWEEP
I Telephone 4 4 SO. R. EL Northnese.
1 CHINESE MEDICINE
Chen - Lara Chinese - Medicine Co.
(now In former location). Honrs Tues-
day and Friday. 10:80 a, m. to f p. m.
180 N. Commercial.
CHIROPRACTORS
EfcpK,?Uro,ract,r -
258 N. High. TeL Rea 8672.
H. Liresay, Alton Hopkins, Ro
FLORISTS bert Hall, Harold Liresay. Robert
- Barton. Ernest Llvesav. Emerson
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun-
I era! wreaths, decorations.
lbaupt florist. 877 CoJrt TeL IX) 4.
ALL kinds ef Coral work. Lots Fler-
I w.i.V m ti
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INSURANCE
RCCKE A HENDRICKS
18$ R. High TeL 4841
COFFET-PtlTH, gen, lna. Tel. 3411.
LAUNDRIES
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRI
THIS WEIDER LAUND&T
281 & High TeL 8128
CAPITAL CTTT LAUNDRT
First In Quality and Service
Telephone 8108 1284 Broadway
MATTRESSES
li.ti - -.- a hAtM. rvit.
toa um. to lb. $8.6, Rfuovators
1 fumlgatora Rugs cleaned. Cmpltell
1 Biding Ox TeL 4069. 8030 NT CapUoi. j
rue weaving. Salem Fluff Rug it Mat-
tress Factory,
& 12th 4t WUbur. TeL
844 1. Otte F.
Zwicker. Est 111.
MUSIC STORES
I GEO; C WILL Pianos, radios, sewing
machines, sheet music and olano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines. 482 btate Stn
Salem. -
PHYSICIAN
Homeopathic Physician
I O. Altman, M. D. Homeopathlat.
urxice ana resiaence eei wonw a.
Phone 6832. Treats both acute and
chronto dl sea sea
i PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint ft Roofing. 474 Ferry.
PRINTING
TOR STATIONERY. eard& niB.nk'
lets, programs, books or any kind of
nrintinc call The Statesman Printing
Department 216 8. Commercial, Tele-
ghonelOl
RADIO SERVICE
MOORE ft SEEWIS
TeL S189
250 N. High.
Central Radio Service. Tel 7993.
Guaranteed repairs. 696 N. High.
REAL ESTATE
BECKE ft HENDRICKS, TeL 494T.
RfWlLOFSKT ft SON
204-8 First-Naft. Bk. Bldg. TeL T607.1ttnna. in Tiew of the short sup
STOVES
STOVES and stove repairing. , Stoves
ror sale, reouut ana repairea. u
kin nf waven srira fence, fancy and
plain, bop baskets, hooks, logan heoka
"K.T':.'! "SZ vK. !
5-''" -i, o -ir7
l,nennri. tcu
TAXIDERMIST
I b. e. wiggins. 1 mi n. pao. Hwy.
TRANSFER
FOR local or distant transfer storage.
call S12L Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks;
to Portland daily.
CAPITAL CITT Transfer Co. 226
BUte Bt Tel. 17T3. uistriDUung tor-
warding and storage our-specialty.
Get our rates. -
TYPEWRITERS
car I TYPEWRITERS Adding stch. sold.
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke a snort sal court ret, esse.
WELL DRILLING
R. A. West 20 years experlenoe, BJTD
T, HOT 108. TeL 110FS.
ILabuh OniOXIS Go
To $1.25; Raise
ft!
Rapid Since Dec. 1
g LABISH CENTER, Dec. 15,
Continuing - the. steady' climb
moath, yesterday ftnothef ten cent
raise was 1 experienced, bringing
I? !1?Jr- np 128
ureu. aiiau ttga uu. auuurais
rift. I check could not be secured as to
th number of eaTloads released
- 1 b7 Jo vers Indications are that a
-: I large volume of sales were made.
' I : Thia bring the total raise , in
f price since December 1, up to
I hundred, anofationa being
80c on November SO.
CIIU SCHOOL
UPIOGMII
WOODBTJRN, Dec. 15 A
number of church organisations
and schools ara planning special
Christmasprograms for the com
tag week. The pupils, of St. Bene
dict's school will rive a Christmas
program Sunday, December 17, at
z p.m. m st. Luke's hall.
The program is: harmonica sold
by senior and Junior boys; recita
tion by first grade boys: song by
primary boys;, recitation by Jun
ior boys; song and dance number
by a junior group; candy cane
drill by Junior boys; cowboy song
by senior boys. Harry and Otto
Kudna playing guitar accompani
ments; dance by junior girls; song
by small girls; and a. Christmas
moralitr playlet, and tableau.
"The "Waif." In the play are Ger
trude AJcher, Cornelius Donnelly.
Joan Beck. Virginia Meek, Cecilia
Hammelman, Rosie Aplin, Ema
Halter, Margory Smith, Helen
Bronee, Anna Kust and Kathaleen
Donnelly. Accompanists are Joan
Beck, Kathaleen Donnelly and Ro
bert. Miller.
I me aiemoaisc cuurcn is pre-
J sentlng a Christmas, pageant call
ed "Light." Music and lighting ef
fects are being worked out by
George Landon and Wayne Live
say. Music will b furnished by a
quartet and a chorus of children,
Those in the cast are Pauline
LtTeay, Mrs. Herman Stone, J.
J T,-m. Wlllma Doss. Beatrice
The business staff is: Mrs. Ham
mond. Joyce Woodtm, Pauline
Liveaay. George Landon, Mrs. S
E. Brune, J. H. Livesay, Emerson
Jones and Wayne Liveaay.
BUT STOCKS IH
NEW YORK. Dec. 15. UF) Re
ports of rising trade volume fail
ed to hold out much indncement
to stocks today. Volume was light
I mnA h, irmrVpt was fairly steady
nntu afternoon when a dribble ot
.. . . , j
offerings found buyers scarce and
the net result was an average net
point. Dollars declined, rallied.
then eased again.
American Telephone dropped
under 114 tor a net loss ot 1
on a continuation Of the Offerings
which followed the communica
tion merger proposal. American
Can, Du Pont, Union Carbide and
Western Union were off about as
much. New York Central, U. S.
Steel, Bethlehem, American
Smelting, U. S. Smelting and Case
yielded fractions to around a
point.
Sereral rails improved for a
1 thim eased Armour of II
I leU. easeiQ- Armour 01 11
Unois Preferred rose 2H net.
American Woolen Preferred more
than cancelled Thursday's rise.
Sales totaled 1,173,382 shares,
the week's smallest Tolume.
Wool Scarcity
Keeps Price Up
Though Lull On
BOSTON, Dec. 15. UP) The
Commercial Bulletin will say of
the wool market tomorrow
The wool market continues to
mark time this week. Sales hare
possibly been smaller than in the
two preceding weeks, when little
over a million pounds weekly
were sold. Prices, nevertheless,
keep very firm for all descrip-
plies of wool in sight.
I I"9 foreign markets also keep
very urm witn gooa clearances
1 continuing to be effected in the
i nHmarv markets and nrioM ra
I yrlmar" maraeia ana prices ra
I ther against the buyer.
Radi
P
rogram
SATTTBDAT. Doc ember IS
KOW POBTLAHD 620 Kc.
7:00 Edward MaeHugh,' NBO,
7:15 Morning Parade, NBC.
8:00 Organ concert KBC
9:15 Ceekiar sehoeL
9 . -80 National Farm and Home hour.
10 : woman's alagssias, &BV.
11:20 Prlendly Chat
i 11:48 Educational Health talk.
55 Orchestra.
6:45 Jamboree. NBC.
7:00 Saturday Kight Daseiag Party,
wnu.
vf :15 Happy Tunes, KEC
:00 Shanchal Davs.
10:00 Jim Taft and His orehesirs.
11:00 Tad riorite's orchestra. NBC.
11:80 Slumber hear, KBO.
KKX POBTLAJTD liSO Xe.
7:15 Band saosle.
S:00 Orchestra.
8:80 Soloist
:00 Croseats From the Leg, KBO.
:45 Better Enrliah.
1000 Loe and Fooad.
10:15 Masieal Gemft
11:80 Concert Echoes, KBO.
12:00 Weather report
12:15 Wastera Agriculture, KBO.
1:45 Clasieal sofoUt.
9:00 World Bookman.
t :0S Symphony hear.
8 :J5 Ted Weemt erehestra. .
8:80 IastmmeBtal soloist
4:00 Rss-elombo;
S:18 Aesop's Fables, KBO. ,
'8:55 Turkey Talk eentest
10:15 Charles Hart KBO. -, -
10:80 Opportunity hoar.
11:80 EnUrUiasrs. -
.-.9?- s - - . -ahaaMaManea .- "- ' ,
; XOAO COBVAIXIS 550 Ks.
T:80 Morning Keditatiosa, led by el-
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Journal Jsniors. -
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PORTLAND. Oct, 18. VPi
Failure- of the local egg market to
show an open sharp cut tor the
day was no fault ot outside Tal
lies which continued to snow
snarpiy lower ngures.
Price cutting In the trade here
is so. general as to make quota
. , - 7 7-"
tlons practically 1 to 2c dozen
low estaoiisnea iigures sutnougai
tli. - nwiiM inniMiliMul no I
change for the day.
Receipts eontinaed to pile up la
most positions.
Market for butter showed a
badly depressed tone. The sharp
dAPlinM In other markets toceth-t
er with additional heavy acenmu-1
latkn8 of fresh churning here, I
roato1 n rtmrlrn on tna nart oft
holders to shade.
It appeared the big killer who
cut Ws prices on live Poetry yes-1
hciua wfo $ 8.1 1110 yiciiMtu4ouu
was scarcely gauged by supply
and demand. Others were offering
around 9c lb. for light and me
dium hens.
General Markets
PORTLAN'O, Ore., Dee. 15. (AP)
Produce exchsars. net nrteet: Batter
Extras lihkc, sundsrds 18c, prims firsts
17 He, firsts 17e. Eggs Fresh extrst
3C tresa meamais sue.
Portland Grain
POBTLAXD, Ore., Dec. 15. (AP)
Wheat Open Elra Low Clots
Msy .12 73 73 72
Deeember 68 68 68 68
Cash: Big Bend blueatem 70; dark
hard winter 12 pet 72. 11 pet 69; soft
white, western red, hard winter, northern
spring, western red 67.
Oats Xo. 8 white $22.50.
Cora No. 2K yellow $22.50.
Millrnn Standard $14.00.
Portland Produce
POBTLAXD, Ore., Dee. 15. (API
Batter Prints, sxtrss 21 e, sUndards
21e poaad.
Baiterf at Portland delivery: A grade
17-18e;srmer's door delivery 15e pound.
Sweet eream ee mgner.
Eggs Parff is poultry produce ra" sell
ine nrtea: Fresh extra sseeiais 26s. ex
tras 24e, standards 20c, mediums 20e dos-
efl. EuTinc price by wkoiessiers: yresB
extras 21e, firsts 17e, msdiumi 15e, aa
dergnda 12e pallets 12s dosea.
Cheese OS score, Oreroa triplets
10c; loaf He poaad. Brokers will psy
He below onststlons.
Milk Contract price per cent,
Portland delivsry $1.70 ewt; B grade
cream -87Vss pound.
Country meats Selling price te re
tailers: Country - killed hors. best batch
ers, under 150 poands 6tt-7e; vealerx,
00 to 100 pounds 7o pound, light and
thin 3-6e ponad; heavy calves 4o pound;
lambs 10-lle pooad; yesrlings -5o lb.;
heavy ewes 8e pound; medium cows 8
5e pooad: eanner cows 8-8e pound; bolli
4e pound.
.r,b.I" Bu5'11,, prle,s "M e"p'
! Caicara bark Buyiag pries: 1033
n..l 2Ua Bound.
Moo a iv3 clusters zs-oae pouno.
Live Doultrv Portland delivery, bay
ing prices: Colored fowls 4 to 6 pounds
10c. ever 0 pounds loe; spring puuere,
3 to 2 poands lie; rossters, over y
neunds lie: Leghorn fowls, ovct 84
nnnaoa Se. under nounds 9e: broil'
mm 1 U tn 3 wiundi lie 2 sounds and
no 10c: stars 6e: roosters 6c Pekia
dueks 10c; colored ducks Te; geess 8c
pound. Turkeys No. 1, 1012c pound.
Onions Tskima, $1-1.10; Orsgea
$1.60-1.75 cental.
Potato LiOcai wnite ana re a i
05 cental: Yakifa 81.23-1.85; Dee-
ehntea S1.8S-1.40 cental.
Wool 1988 clip, nominal: Willam
ette valley 23-35o pound; eastern Ore
gon 16-2 le pooad; southern Idaho 16-20e
PH?- . . . . .
Hay Buying price irom producer;
Alfslfs.N. t, new crop 616-18.80; vetch
$15; WUlamette valley timothy $15;
eastern Oregon timothy $17.50; oats $15
ton.
Portland Livestock
POSTLAXTX Or., Dee. 13. (API-
Cattle Receipts 100, calves 60; active.
Steer, good, common and medium
82.75-8.75; heifers, common sad me
dium 82.50-4.50: -cows, common sad me-1
dium 82.25-3.25; low cutter snd cutter I
81-2.35; bulls, cutter ami medium si.7s-
2.75; vesters, good see choice ss-e; euu.
common and medium 82.50-5 : calves, good
snd choice 64-5; common and dmisis
82-4.
Hors Beeeints 700: rally stesay.
Lichtweicht rood and choice 83.25-
S.85: medium weight seed and choice
83.50-8.85; heavy weight, good and choice
13.15-8.60; packing sows, medium ana
rood 82.25-8.10: feeder stoeker pigs.
good end ehoice 82.25-2.75.
Sheen Keceiots coo: firm.
Lambs, good and choice 35.25-6; ma- 1
dinm S3.75-5.25 ; yearling wethers 88.75-
4.50; ewes 81-3.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1938, Standard Statistics Co.)
DeeentDer i
STOCK AVXiAOES
Today S1.8 42.8 67.5 80.0
Preyious day . vs.s a.T oj.i oi.
Week age . 92.7 - 42.7 65.4 80.2
Tear ago 68.S 27.7 91.8 66.0
Svearssro H7.0 88.7 151.4 118.6
High 1933 .
Low 1983 .
102.1
. 42.3
68.0 113.7
94.9
23.5 61.6
43.9
BOKD AVERAGES
Todsy - 7L8 79.2 78.0 T4.8
Previoasday 71.9 78.5 78.0 T4.5
Week ago 71.7 72.0 77.4 78.7
Tear ago 62.7 60.7 810 68.1
Syearsafo i 84.8 97.8 97.1 98.1
High 1983 ' - - 77.1 84.9 88.5 88.5
Lew 1933 58.8 67.0 74.1 63.6
American Legion
Plans for Second
Series of Dances
' DALLAS, Dec 15. A second
series of American Legion dances
will be started Saturday at the
Woodburn halL The first series ot
four proved to be a big success
with crowds increasing at each
dance. At the last legion meeting,
the members decided to continue
the dances as long aa they proved
popular,, in the belief that some
entertainment of this sort was
necessary here. '
. Music for the dances is provided
by the Midnight Sons dance band
which proved so popular at the
Haunted Mill at Rickreall a tew
winters ago.- -.
At the meeting Thursday night
Commander Iran E. Warner ap
pointed tour new members, for the
dance committee to assist .the
three original members. The dance
committee as It stands now Is com
posed of Fred Thomas, George L.
Cooper, 8. E. Archibald," Tracy
Savery, Carl Bales, Robert 8.
Ereasoa and William Blackley.
Salem Markets
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, g ijjj per
hsmdred. ; :
- Snrplns flJB,
(JQlk tstB sesal-sseaiklr
SatUrfisl average.)
l)tstribtor price $2.10.
. Bntterfat Top 17c,
print 20Hc, cubes SZHe.
PrUta paid te gxewets y Bslesi fcsytrs
Deeestser IS
(Ths prices bslae. sesvaed by a teeal
J pesee. as iadiestive ef the daOy swrset
oe-JtataM at pmiM4 iyTh satesmsa)
rsua us innuus
sjrsceeu, ttoseoorg 1 .,, ... .7S
Craaberrles. bbL
-8.6S
IPMspklss. das.
0 JM .SO
e
J
., .80
0
.63
Ueltaa Broccoli, nig
Parsnips, box lua
Taraips, bee leg
' aatsbacas. lug besr
Brssseis sanata, lag '
Local plant
JDS
ewt. . -0 te 1.15
g!.p?"!il'rai' lb l
Potatoes, local .75 te 1.00-
Takima SO-sad 1.40
I Ceiitoraia. dry pack 1.40 u l.so
tJrL. aJa
Lsbisb .
T
.1.15
Celery, dos.
. .60
. .78
. .75
Applet
sung
Jonathans
Spits
-50 sad .63
Rome Beaaty
.63
Oranges. Yalaaeias, fsaey n 8.50
riaee p" ' T te S.2S
Ksvels, erats , ta
Jaoaaeu. boadla . 1.5A
Beets. ioeaL doe. .15
Turains. local des. .S5
Carrot, local, dos JS
I Bpinsea. local, erats
.65
BsBsass. la. ea stock
. .05
Hands
Lsmoas
-5.50
J .00
J.25
Limes, fresh .
Avaeadoa, crate
Sqasah, Danish, dot.
as
Hubbard Squash
.75 te 1.00
Tomatoes, Cslilornia peek, lag, 1.0
not uonse "
California, ease
2.25
1.80
.OS
-60 and .SO
4.00
.2.50
Emporer grapes
8wee potatoes, lb .
rears, ba.
Grspefrnit. Florida
Grapefruit, California
BOPS
1088 faggles
.25 te .40
25 to .85
1033 cluster, lb.
sTTJTS
Filberts, fb.
12H te
12 te
.IS
.20
Wslantsv lb.
Soytnc Prices
a oca
Extras
Mediants ..
Standards
Palletr
POULTS?
Panetl
Old roosters -Colored
Sens
Median hens
Light hens
Leghorn fryers -
Colored fryers
Dressed tsrkeys, Ko. 1 toms
Dressed turkeys, topi hens
ICBAT
Sprag Iambs, too
Hog. 160 te 200 lbs.
ZOO te 22S lbs.
223 to J50 lbe.
ISO te 160 lbs.
8.45 to 8.80
2.95 to 8.45
8.10 te 8.85
2.85 to S.8S
.0b te JO
.01 te J2
.0
.66
Sows 1
Steers
Cows
Bolls
Dressed veal, top
uressea Bogs
06 H
GUAM AxTli HAY
Wheat western red
.87
.58
.14.00
.14.00
.18.00
.18.00
White, Ho. 1
Barley, feed Ko. 1, ton
uats, ieei, toa
Barley, malting, toa
Oats, milling, toa -
Bay. buying prteas
Oats sad vetch, torn
J2.00
Alfalfa, valley, first cot
14JM
Clover say .
J2.00
WOOI.
Medium
JS
.
J8
Course .
I Mohair
RICKREALL, Dec 15. Otis
Wait is critically ill at his home
hero and a special nurse Is in at
tendance.
.1
.13
.13
, .0
.11
J04
,., JO
, .68
1 .06
.10
,,,,,, JO
15
.15
8.25
S.85
Gross-Word Puzzle
Bj EUGENE SHEFFER
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HORIZONTAL
1 products of
the field
6 common
mechanical
device
11 one of the
United
88 fails te .
keep
40 sense organ
41 supposed
hypnotic
force
42 strips
44 towards
45 narrate
States
47 blockades
12 rugged cliff 9
Jt J S-
14 lively
16 having
- branches
18 Egyptian
sun god
19 moves back
and forth
II Italian
river -
22 egga
24 ceases
25 eookinsT
implement
"28ragrant 1
v : ointment "
ef the
ancients
28 bring to -.
court '
29 obligatloa
' 80 reclines
81 South
' Americas
T country
82 scrutinize
88 border
85 Join closely
57 existed
w -ansa
51 flies aloft
52 Uke
exception
Vertical
2 track worn
by a wheel
Herewith Is
Pnni.
terdays Puzzle.
Cssyrlght. 1913.
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asMrurS5 if
Biurs,
mi prices mi
CHICAGO, Dec 15. tipy Sud
den buying orders from govern
ment sponsored sources jerked
the wheat market upward late to
day after a renewal of liquidating, i
sales had pulled prices down hard.
On the down swing of values. -
wheat went to around the lowest '
point reached since the Washing
ton administration started its
gold-buying program. Bearish
sentiment was expressed in some
quarters- as a result of word the
administration gold purchase pol
icy would be continued Indefinite
ly. Statements by Secretary Wal
lace ot the department of agricul
ture, advocating Increased - fed
eral regulation of grain exchanges
were ' also construed by many
traders as bearish.
Wheat closed nervous, -l
above yesterday's finish, corn un
changed to lower, oats un
changed to & off.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec, 83; May, 854-;
July, r
Corn: Dec., 44; May, 51-
July, 53-53.
Oats: Dec., 34; May, 37:
July, 35.
First Indoor Shoot
For Riflers is Held
MOLALLA, Dec 15. The
first winter indoor shoot for the
local chapter of the National
Rifle association was Tuesday
night in the regular practice room
behind the Henriksen store. Harry
Frazer is president and Don Allen
is secretary. , I . 1
A shed to house the new fire
truck is being built behind the city
hall. This truck is to be used tor
out-of-town calls only.
Road Matters Before
Business Men's Club
INDEPENDENCE, Dec. 15 A
general discussion on road prob
lems, public works, and unem
ployment held the interest of
those at the commercial clab
meeting Tuesday night. The com
mittees reported after which the
usual business was handled. The
regular date was postponed be
cause of the Christmas holidays
and the next meeting will be held
January 9.
Farmers9 Grain
Warehouse
liberty at Trade Sts.
GRAIN DEALERS
100 lb. sack
Ck. Corn . k . . . . .
100 lb. sack 21
Egg Producer
80 lb. sack 18
$1.10
. $1.75
. $1.00
....40c
Dairy Feed
60 lb. sack
Bran
8 American
ReTolo
tionary -
patrios
4 makes ,
smooth
8 single
pieces of
8 grate
harshly
7 stomach '
of animals
8 male sheep
9 ths self I
1& member
of the I
nobility- -
13 flower
15 procession
of persona
- on none '-
baek J'S
17 -spoon-
shaped V'
20 sauce mads
; of whit
onions and
melted
butter Itf
23 melodies
25 eonp with
thicxeninr
27-lair
29 molBture
appearinf '
the solution to yev eT" CZ
; 82 took a
on punts -:
solemn cats
83 wanderers
84 muddled t
85 wast j?
J matter 4i'
.88 measure of
capacity la 1
the metria
.-system
89 eet of steps
fot passin
" over a wall
42 prima '
donna ' -
48 joint - --.'
' 48 sound -made
by
the pigeon;
48 African
antelopoj
gtag fasmm trsdimla, las,