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jheORECQN STATESMAN,' Saltm. Ortgon. Saturday Moraun;, December -38. 1933
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Oat month par Una.. 91.0
Minimum charge ...... Sit
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cepted until 6:10 the rn
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ceived after thla tint will
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lor -errors which may ap
pear In advertisement pno
Ushtd In its columns, and
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at fault will , reprint that
part o an aTriUmint in
which the) typographical
The Statesman reserves
the right . to reject ob.ee
ttonal advertising. It Tar
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising an
tie? the proper classifica
tion. SALESMEN WANTED
Agents wanted. Best deal In Salem,
men or women 1 47 8. CommsrrteL
FOR SALE Miscellaneous .
Saw gumming and" sharpening
mile E. ; Four Cornera. TeL 4280.
Potatoes. .50, .T5. 1.00. J. V. Lehr
i."an, K. . near Hazel Green school.
Registered Uucrnsey cow
gal. Fres-h 3 mo. Tel. SSFt.
13 tons extra good baled oat bay
some vcatch. $165.00. Tel. 3255.
Haircut 50c. 1614 X. Com
, SpiUber, Baldwin, Northern Spy
Jonathan, Greening, 50c to S5c. Wal
nuts. Mrs. Wright, ii mL Wallace
Several ranges and heaters, W. H.
itircho, 11S6 Ferry. We Flx-um Shop.
O. A. C pigs. Tel. S115.
Wood range, 910, heater
cellent condition. TeL 20K3.
Apples SSr. 2815 S. Cottage.
Haircuts 15c-20c 301 S. Winter.
Fret. W pick up dead worthless
horses, cows, sheep. TeL 4119.
' Dresraia&lng; 607 N. Capitol, Apt.
Prescotfa barber shop,
Hair cut 20c, shave 13c.
' 1 have taken the Wenatchee Auto
Camp off from the market. A. J. Ma-
R0031 AND BOARD
Board-room. 135 Court. TeL S(7S.
Boora and beard, 4 wk. TeL 7S1S.
- tLUABLTH UWSOX announces
the opening of - tha Dr. Cartwrlght
heme at 751 Ferry street to particular
people desiring a tome and meals.
Meals will also be served to others; by
telephoning in advance to Mrs. Lawsan
at 7995. Once her guest, you will . be
certain to return.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
; Fine mod. S R. turn, apt. Heat, aUe.
refrigeratioiu Garaga. TeL tlti.
. -Olympic apartments. 730 N. Iib
e?trt 2 and 3 room furn. apta.
Fura. apt, 22(1 ll&zeh TeL 7((4.
Fumtahd," heated apts., 444 8. High
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. 4 R. bouse, garage. 872 High
land, ll. Inquire at 2275 Laurel,
Rentals our specialty. Largest and
best list. 629 Court TeL 4017. , ..
' Ni!y- furn- ' good piano), attract
Ire 4 R. bungalow, 135 Madison. TeL
Furn. 5 -room house. 1310 N, Win
ter at TeL 3JF2.
Mod. 6 R. house at 995 H. Summer,
FOR RENT 10 acres, improved.
wita buildinRa Close In.
H. a SHIELDS
O-eiron Bldr. Tel. 8992.
WANTED TO RENT
3-rrn. heated, turn, apt, close
150 or l?s. Tel. S14.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
jaaaa"aaaaaa m axa aaaaaaaaaaal
AT LOS ANGELES
Equity in 6 room modern well lo
cated home ; 3 bedrooms : hardwood ;
tile bath; near college, blab and grade
schools ; 3 years old; auto beater;
value 14500.00. Balance 11975.00.
Wa. : ranch near Salem will assume.
Lloyd Watts. 1E50 X. Are. U. Los
it room aot 'house worth !5S
Will accept clear house in Salem or
lorvaiiis as part payment
We have 3 fine homes In Portland-
clear; each to trade for acreage near
balrm value up to S7500.
CHILDS MILLER. REALTORS
I4 State Street Tel, 6708.
FOR SALE FARMS
i Property Selling Buy Now
REAL FARM BARGAINS4
5 6 -acres, fair bldgs. Priced to sell.
nly 350.00--a snap.--
Tills . Is a good stock and " dairy
. rancli. 4 R. house, large, hop roof,
barn. utr terms.
13-A. hope (good). Modern home,
basement, furnace and water system.
.,Thia it a paying place, and priced
32-ACRES HOWELL PRAIRIE
Dandy place, 6-R. bimgalow with
basement, hath, toilet, lights and wav
' tor system, good berrt,l4Ymiltry boose,
team, wagon, and 11 lL,Jmenta. Only
jsee.ee.. .'t--'------ -.-.:-...
- Buy that rarich andb Independent
JAa V. SEARS, ' REALTOR
J J South High Street '
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Have buyer for good 4 -bedroom
House. Must be A-l- and priced tight.
CITILOa MTTJ.KR. REALTORS
4 State Street TaL 7et.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Will pay cash for 4 or t R bun.
MONEY TO LOAN
'I'm nnrum n n i i --'
In? onth to nPT at lowest pos
sible rate. . -
. G&VXKRAL iTINANCK CORP.
A local corporation
lat Natl. Bam. Bid. TUone SSS1
wwiMM y state
Salary loans, 35.00 and up, from 1
to. C months. See Mr. Bacfemann at
STATE LOAN CO.
, US Oregon Bids;.
TeL 7713 Lie No. S-165.
Short of Cash?
Borrow l80-ftSM200 or hfORB from
oa! Repay to. fram I to U months, ac
cording to your present tncoma.
Coma tot Write I 'Phone I
Member of NRA
rT-I1!. N'w RIBh Bid 2nd floor
LICENSED Nil 1 h mini
K1 f C...: i -". J OIAIII
ii ot, Tat.
MARION POLK N. F. L. A
"We make both federal and commis
sioner loans. Fifteen years- to our
r- 5l,TILJF?.SON' Sec-Treaa.
202 V. S. Bank Building
FOR SALE WOOD
I,.. . , . , ,.,...,
.y08 Trcya. 3938 for dry wood.
DRT wood coat
Fuel Co, Trad
growth and oak. Pbona
Call 4IF14. All wood. Smith A Rubena.
Second growth and old fir wood.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wells.
Dr- wood that Is dry. Call 113F23
Dry wood. Tel. 3673.
iyry wood. TeL 4 418.
-r3Lr5r2nd rrowth- Schlorg,
Try wowl prired right. TeT7983.
FOR SALE USED CARS
From 115.10 to 500. See them at
fc&orrego's Car Mkt.
240 r. Liberty TeL 38 JJ.
McSCay Chevrolet Co.
CHEVROLET GU'ES MORE
iz ord tspt. Rda. tm
rora apt Kds. 40
i n o . t . . . - -
iZZZ. LzTa Luxe Fiiaeton 295
jv rji-Ki oeaan sort
junn vaorioiet ia
1. Bulck Sedan lis
ui u v - a ueuuxe Sedan, run
aaiy 89 miles 545
We have a nnmnWa mtr.r . ,
trucks. Any type you wish and priced
-33 Center. TeL 3189. 430 N. ComT.
(Continued from page 3)
Thatcher Ptg. Co., letterhds 8.00
Co. Court & CommVs av.r
Capital Journal. publish
claims, etc 1st ?n
Ore. Statesman, pub. claims 18.80
Thatcher Printing Co., en
velopes 5 75
C C Ward, labor saa
Roy S Melson, salary ....J12!50
n. bmitn, do 108.00
Court Hoose Acct.
Brownell Electric Co., sock-
etc, etc iA
Capital City Laundry, ldry 1.51
Graber Bros., repairs, etc. 3.10
Ira Jorgensen, welding ... .50
R E Northness, wash win
Ore.-Wash. Water Serv. Co.
Otfa Elev. Co., maint. ... 6.00
Portland Gen. Elec. Co.,
H Schellberg. repair door 1.00
" Emergency Acct,
T E McClean, trans 30.00
Horticulturist Office Acct.
S H Van Trump, sal. & ex. 122.45
Indemnity for Slau. Dis. Cattle
IE P Rich. Indemnity 7.50
John M Will, do. 7.50
A C Burkk, brd prisoners 299.25
lied Cross Pharmacy, medi
cine : . j 3.49
Salem Ldry Co., laundry . . .53
Sanitary Serrice Co.. rarb-
age removal 2.00
Salem Justice Court Acct.
C Catlin & R K Page, rent 40.00
W E De Long, trav. exp. etc.
M B Hayden, stamps
Salem Hdwe. Co., lock . . .
JoTenile Court Acct.
W J Uppendabl, trans, of
Nona White, cash adr. of
fice help, etc
Law Library Acct.
Shepard's Citations, cita
tions Poor Acct.
American Red Cross, use of
E L Baker, rent
Jose p h 1 n e Baumgartner,
Theo M Barr, lavatory, etc. 16.80
Gaynell Beckett, use of
A TG Brougher, groceries for
Mrs. Berkner 7.56
Building Snpply Co., Inc.,
paint, etc ............ 79.70
Busick's, groceries 9.50
Capital Drug Store, medi
Caplan's, groceries ....... 25.00
Carson Pharmacy, medi-
Central Pharmacy, do . . . 5.0 6
Frank C Clark, board of
Clongh Barrlck Co.. burials 140.00
A Do Jardine, groc. for P. -
McKay Cher. Co., car rent 45.00
Eofr Electric. Inc. ' lamos 12.t
Firestone Service Stores.
Inc., tire, etc ........ 2.64
Fry's Drugstore, medicine 20.8 a
yaaioa. ii - . .. .
r ieea money r
LGabriel Powder A Supply
Co., lumber ...... .4-40
R L Green, use ot track 29.59
St Mihlel cemetery is- the larg
est U. S. burial place In France;
4162 boys are burled there.
O ' . '
la 1929, pretty rood farm
year, 28 per cent ot all farms In
the United States produced less
than 1600 apiece. Forty-nine per
cent produced less than 21 000 a
Twenty-tire million acres ot
the poorer farm land is to be re
tired from cultiration.
Al Smith la 60 years old today.
Heien Grler, use of car ... 7.50
aiem Deaconess Hospital
care of Fred Baker .... 37.50
Care ot Amelia Qottrell . 37.50
care of Elizabeth McAfee 37.50
Care of August Itetnbrecht 31.00
Care of John Glandon ... 37.50
Care of Ollle Olson ..... 37.50
Care of W S Brown 37.50
t-are or A V Vaughn 37.50
care or Anna M Roval . . . 37.50
Care of Carl Richmond .. 8.75
care or 1 A Griffin 33.75
Care of San McDonald .. 47.50
care or Geo. A. Bennett , 36.25
Care of E M Kightlinger . 10.00
Care of Rolland O Lee .. 22.50
care of Robert Lee .... 27.75
t are or Atones Lets 2. 60
Care of Marlon Olson ... 26.50
Care of Andrew Potier . . 13.75
Care of Mrs Beryl Harper 13.75
Care of Julia German ... 12.50
care of Calvin Redfern . . 41.00
care of Mrs A E Ratzeburg 2.50
care pr F M Mewirter 110.00
Care of Sherman. Pittman 14.50
care of Frank Sofich . . .
Care of Gale Merwin . . .
Care of Helen Hamilton .
Care of Charles Taylor . .
Hammond Lbr. Co., groc.
for Nina Kahler
Harbord-Rogers Co., Ink .
C A Hodson, burial D W
Nona Kellow, care Mrs. C.
Katharine Lauchrig. use" of
car . .'.
I W Lewis, medicine '. '.
Miller Merc. Co., clothing 16.05
r ti jLve, gas 9
co., lumber .......... .30
Perry's Drug Stooe, med.. . 6.60
atnei f Phelps, care Mar-
Jorle Timme 16.00
Jas Plant, digging graves . isioo
r-orxer s store, groc J. Ger-
i'uruana uen. Elec. Co., el
Red Cross Pharmacy . med s!oO
W T RIgdon 4b Son, burial
of A P Mcintosh 35.00
jacoD A Rise, gloves, etc.. 4.13
ine baiem Drug Co., med. 5.0
Salem Mortuary, burial of
C. Rickman 35.00
Emll A Schaefer, medicine 1.69
A C Smith, tire 3.00
C K Spaulding Log. Co.,
Airs raui stavenaw. care of
R G Hall 35.00
btaytoa Hdw. Co., store
H L stiff Fur. Co., rent of
chairs . 4.0 0
unger Undertaking Parlors,
burial of F Yilck
Valley Machine & Welding,
Chas. Vincent, wood .....
Woodburn Water Works,
water for Fleischman .
Woolpert & Legg, medicine 15.28
R L Young, Ins 4.70
Harold Rosebrangh. fore
man - 99.7
A I O'Reilly, labor v.- 74.76
Myrtle Stewart, do . . . . ; . 49.76
County Property Acct.
Farmers Grain Warehouse,
seed - 4.15
Recorder's Office Acct.
M K Brooks, trans., etc. .. 7.50
M R Brooks, stamps .. . . . 20.00
J H Farrar, p. M., eps. . . .151.36
West Coast Ptg & Bnd Co..
Registration & Election Acct.
Remington Rand, typewrit
Rodent Control Acct.
D A White & Sons, barley 13.50
sealer of Wts. A Mens. Acct.
J F Jones, sealer 48.24
Sheriff's 'Office Acct.
Capital City Bindery, bnd.
Ross E Moores A'Co.. blnks 2.60
A E Simmons, carbon, etc. 5.25
rercy A Webb, sheriff
O P West, labor, etc 3.90
Western Union Tel. Co.,
telegrams - ,.-10.76
School Supts Office Acct.
Mary d, Fulkereon, travel
ing exp 5.16
Gervals Star, cards .... . . 7.00
J K Gill Co., books 2.14
Wayne D Harding"," travel-'
lng exp 20.70
Clyde Hoffer, clerk ...... 37.60
Rahn-McWhorten Paper Co.
paper, etc 40.15
Cora E Reld, 4H clerical wk 9.00
H C Seymour, state club
leader, pins. etc........ 53.40
Surveyor's Office Acct.
A E Simmons, ribbons ... 6.00
Thatcher Ptg. Co., notices 10.75
Typewriter Exch., ribbons r 1.80
Treasurer's Office Acct.
D O Drager, stamps 1 30:00
v School Library Fund
J K Gill Co books ......
Doc License Fund
Mrs Belle Lively, refund . .
J J Kraps Co., ptg. licenses
Paul Marnach, col. lie ,. .146.92
a porter, invest, sheep
A H Bressler, sheep killed
r by dogs .,...,'..,,...
A T Dale, do ..,.....,...
T L Davidson, do .......
Luigi De Santls, do
Hartley & Craig, do .... .
Edgar Hobart, do i . . . i . . -
J B Klmaey. do
Geo Parkhurst do -
n A' Pn.. Jij.
F J Schledier, do ........ 15.00
Cards in this directory run
on a monthly baala only. Rate:
f 1.0O per lino per month.
Mike Panek. 17 Smith- Commercial.
New and used. Tires, Repairing.
HARRT W. SCOTT, 147 a Coral St
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind School, TeL 407J.
Fullr Brash Man Telephone JS4L
Burt Crary. tha caterer. Ph. S7It
Hulda Help Hostei
TeL (94 S.
Telephone 44S0. R. E. Northness.
CHINESE - MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Lam, Chinese Medicine Co.
Houra Tuesday and" Friday, 9 -.30 a. m.
to 6 p. m. 180 N. Commercial.
DR. O U SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor.
8S N. High. TeL kea 8579.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreatha, decorations. C F. Breit
haupt, florist, 177 Court TeL (904.
ALL kinda of floral work. Lots Fler-
1st, 16th A Market. TeL 959?
1S9 N. High
COFFET-SMfTH. gen. Ins. TeL tltt.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY.
THE WELDER LAUNDRY
Z1 a High TeL till
CAPITAL C1TT LAUNDRY
First In Quality and Service
Telephone tltt 1364 Breadwa
Mattresses from factory to homa Cot
ton mattress, II lb. 11.50. Renovators
ana tumigators. Rugs cleaned. Capital
Bedding Co. TeL 40S9. S030 N. CapitoL
New mattress made te order, old re
made; carpet cleaning, string; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rug A Mat
tress f actory. H. 13th Wilbur. TaL
B44i. otto v. ZTTleker. Est 1911.
GEO. C. WILL Pianos, radioa. aewtna
maclilnes, sheet music and piano studies-
Repairing radioa phonographs
awwuia maenmea. 4iz Btaie street
U G. Altaian, M. D. Homeopath 1st
Office and residence E07 Center St
Phone (832. Treats both inti, and
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint Roofing. 474
FOR STATIONERY. ert nan.nl..
leta, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Ltwrxnnni, in a commercial. Tele-
Central Radio Servlca Tel Till
Guaranteed repaint. (91 N. High,
MOORE & SKEWIS
8189 250 N.
BECKS ft HENDRICKS, TaL 4947.
SOCOLOFSKY A SON
304-5 Flrnt Kat'L Bk. Bldg. TeL TI07.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fenra. hnr an4
plaisw bop baskets, hooka logan heoka
Salem Fence and Stove Work, lti
Chemeketa. Tel. 4774. R. B. Fleming.
B. E. Wiggins. 1 mL N Pmq Hwy.
FOR local Or distant transfer at nr.-.
call 1131. Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland dally.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22
State St TeL 7771. Distributtna, for-
Wardins? and mtarm ai. mul.it-
Get ovr rates. " "'
TYPEWRITERS Adding Mch. sold,
rented, repaired. Underwood Agents.
Cooke ft Short 631 Court TeL (S84.
? West (0 years experience. RJTD
7. Bo 203. Tel. 110FS
Bland N Speer, do . 8.00
Manley Stone, do ...2... s on
Giles Wagner, -do 12.00
Atlast Book Store, supplies - 5.40
A C Burk, trav. exp 16.24
Commercial Book Store.
supplies a i
Claude McKenner. relief"
"W J Alguire n an
Claude. McKenneTi relief
Mrs J W Cleveland 1 K
Claude McKenner. relief
Mrs. John Coleman ... 1RM
cianaev McKenney, relief
C G Pursier lt.gft
Claude McKenney. relief
Harry GIdsosv - uaa
Claude McKenney. relief
Mandius Holma i t Ah
Marion Co., Re-Employment
Com -employment bur.. 166.00
Frank A Taylor, honntw . . im
Claade McKenney, relief of
voasua scnotleid ...... 10.00
CALL FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by
the undersigned up to and Includ
ing the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. on
Jan, 12, 1934, at the School build
ing: In Hubbard, Oregon, and there
after publicly opened, for the sale
of negotiable Interest bearing war
rants of School District No. 15,
Marion Connty, Oregon. In denom
inations of 150-8100-8500-11000
to bear Interest not to exceed 6
per cent per annum. Said warrants
will be dated Not. 17, 1933 to ma
ture Nov. 17, .1986 to 1939 and to
bear interest payable semi-annually
at a rate not to exceed 6 per
cent Per annum.' Both principal
and interest on such warrants will
be payable at Ladd ft Bush Bank
ers, Salem, Oregon. Warrants will
be sold to the highest responsible
bidder bnt the school board re
serves the right to refuse any and
D. E. McARTHUR
School District Clerk.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the
County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Marion,
her duly verified final account as
administratrix of th estate of
Francis J. Welsh, deceased, and
that said Court has fixed Tues
day!,' the 30th day of January,
1934, at the hour of ten o'clock
A. M. of said day, as the time,
and the County Court Room in the
Cour'y Court House in Salem,
Marion County, Oregon, as the
place for hearing said final ac
count and all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
22nd day of December, 1933.
BLANCHE E. WELSH.
Administratrix of the
Estate of Francis J.
D WIGHT LEAR.
Attorney for Administratrix,
204 Oregon Building,
Salem, Oregon. D. 23-30 J. 6-13-20
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION
State of Oregon )
County of Marion, ) ss.
School District No. 24. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that at the school district bond
election hereby called to be held
at the Administration Building,
434 North High Street in the City
of Salem, in and for School Dis
trict No. 24 of Marion County.
Oregon, on Monday, the 15th day
of January, 1934, bettreen the
hours of two o'clock P. M. and
seven o'clock P. M. there will be
submitted te the legal voters
thereof the question of contract
ing a bonded Indebtedness in the
sum of 125,000.00 as follows:
For the purpose of purchas
ing material for the construc
tion of an addition to Leslie
Junior High School and
equipping, the same;
in and for said School District.
The aforesaid Indebtedness, if
authorized, to be created in lieu
of an equal amount of bonded in
debtedness heretofore authorized
for expenditure on Englewood and
The vote to be by ballot upon
which shall be the words "Bonds
Yes" and "Bonds No";
and the voter shall place a cross
(X) between the word "Bonds"
and the word "Yes",- or between
the word "Bonds" and the word
"No", which Indicates his choice.
The polls for the reception of
the ballots cast for or against the
contraction of said indebtedness
will, on said day and date and at
the place aforesaid, be opened at
the hour of two o'clock "P. M..
and remain open until the hour of
seven o'clock P. M. of the same
day, when the same shall be clos
By order of the District School
Board or School District No. 24
of Marion County, Oregon, made
thi3 19th day of December, 1933.
F. E. NEER,
Chairman District School
W. H. BTJRGHARDT,
Clerk. D. 23-20.
DC THE COUNTY COURT ' OK
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR
THE COUNTY OF MARION
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
administrator of the Estate of
Bernard M. Smith, also known as
B. M. Smith, deceased, hy th-
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for Marion County, and has
qualified. All persons having
claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the
same, with proper vouchers with
in six months from the date of
this notice, to J. E. Smith, at the
office of the County Judge of
Marion County, State of Oregon,
in the County Court House of
Marion County, State of Oregon.
Date of first publication: Decem
ber 23, 1933.
Date of last publication, January
WALTER T. SMITH. Administra
tor of the Estate of Bernard M.
Smith, -also known as B. M.
Smith, Deceased. v
F. LEO SMITH, Attorney, 508 Pa
cific Bldg., Portland, Ore.
JAJtntDAJ, TJecaatber 30
SOW POBTXAsTD 620 XC,
7:00 Edward MaeRngh, NBC.' -
J:5 Morning pr5 kbc.
Tao Ronald Back.
:00 Orgaa concert KBC.
S?10r.i...l l rr .
t i . .1 ui,nom soar.
:aT!?:? Woraaa's Magsiiae. KBC.
11:45 Concert Echoes, SEC.
; : IS Babes ia HeUyweed. NBC. -'
I?? Scamps, KBC. -:
Waldorf Astoria orchestra, KBC.
S-J20 Trleadly Chat
ff:15 RaHgiea fa the Ktws, KBC.
': SM-rday KIgM lHadag 'party,
:1( flewpy Teaea, JTBa
sOO JU.W DaaaMT
10:00 Jala, softer m erckestre.
IS PRICED BED
Butterfat took a one-cent boost
locally Friday for a new top !ot
17 cents. Prints, and cubes are
Quoted at 21 and 23 cents, re
spectively. , ;
A 50 cent per hundred in
crease In price of top fancy real
Is also quoted. Other commodi
ties, held even.
PORTLAND, Dec 29. (JF) Re
ceipts and churn of batter locally
continued to show a small toI
ume, this being reflected la fur
ther strength in the price situa
tion together with advances
forced on the local exchange
On the exchange the late ses
sion showed to lc rise with
extras moving to the higher fig
ures. The price here was not
above that ruling nrevioua to tho
Butterfat was advanced lc lb
as a result .of the higher price
on extra butter.
Trading in the egg market wa
of somewhat better character
wua most of the storage stuff
out of the way and the public
showing its vappreciation by pur
chasing more heavily.
Advance of lc pound In the
cheese price on the local .
change, suggested some rmprove-
meni m me undertone generally.
Tillamook continued to quote for-
mer high figures.
There continued a good call
for country killed meats.
Onion trade was drifting at
Willamette valley sources. Grow
ers were not inclined to offer
below 1.50 and $1.35 offers of
buyers were not keen. Sugges
tion is that business will start
after the year's turn.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 29 (AP)
Produce ewhsnge. net price: Butter
19c, f.rats 18e. Zggg Frelh eItr
ZJc, treih median)! 18c.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dee. 29. (AP)
Wheat -Open Hih Low Clou
Msy 74 78 78
December 73 73 73 72 V
Caik Eig Bend blaestem 72; dark
hard winter 12 pet 74; 11 pet 71;oft
white, western white, hard winter, north
era spring, western red 68.
Oau No. 2 white $22.50.
Com Jfo. 2E yellow 122.75.
Millrua Standard $14.00.
POBTLAKD. Ore., Dec. 29. (AP)
Butter . Prints, extras 22c, standards
Butterfat Portland delirerr: A grade,
18-19e pound; farmer's dor delirerr 15
16e pound. Sweet cream Sc hither.
Eggs Pacific poultry producers' tell
ing price: Presh extra specials 24e. ex
tras 22c standards 20c. meduims 18c
doien. Buying price br wholesalers:
Fresh extras 18c, firsts 11c. mediums
llei nndergrsde lie, pullets lie dozen.
Cheese 83 score, Oregon triplets
10c, losf He pound. Brokers will par
e below Quotations.
Milk Contract rti- a n- ...K
Portland delirery $1.70 cwt.; B grade
cream 87 He pound.
Country meats Selling; price to re
tailers: County - killed hog, best butch
ers under 150 pounds- 7c; Tellers,
90 to 100 pounds 7e pound, light and
thin 5-8c pound; beary catres 4-5e pound;
Iambs lie pound; yearlings 4-5c
pound; heary ewes 4e pound; medium
COWS 8 -5c nound r rinntr rnw. 9.Srt
pound; bulls 4e pound.
aionair Buying price nominal.
Casrara bark Burinr nric 19SS
peel. 2 Me peusd.
ops 1933 clusters 25-33e pound.
Lire noaltrr Pnrtl.ril l.ii..r k...
lng prices: Colored fowls, 4 to S pounds
lie, orer 6 pounds 12c; spring pallets
2 to 2 pounds lie; routers, orer 8
pounds 10c; Leghorn fowls, orer 8
pounds 10c, nnder 8 pounds 9c; broil
ers, 1 to 3 pounds 12e, 2 pounds and
np 10e: colored ducks lie; geese J0e
ponnd. Turkeys. No. 1. 12e nnnnd
Onions Yakima ll.10-l.2S; Oregon
Potatoes Local white and red $1-'
1.05; Yakima $1.25-1.35; Deschutes
Wool 1983 clip nominsl; Willsm-
eiie raney za-25e pound; eastern Oregon
16-21o pound; southern Idaho 16-20c
' Bsy Buying price from producer:
Alfalfa No. 1, new crop $16-16.50; Teteh
$15; Willamette ralley timothy $15;
eastern Oregon timothy $17.50; oats $15
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 29. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 35, calres 40; steady.
Steers, good and ehoiee $4.85-5.85;
steers, common and eiedium $2.50-5.25;
heifers, common and medium $2.25-4.50;
cows good, common snd medium $2.23
3.50; lew catter and "eutter $1-2.25;
bolls, catter snd mediam $1.75-2.75;
realers, good and choice $5-6; cull, com
mon and medium $2.50-5; calres, good
and choice $4-5; commend and medium
Hogs Receipts 900; alow.
Lightweight, good and choice $3.75
4.50; medium weight, good ' and choice
$4.10-4.50; hearyweigtat, good and choice
$3.65-4.25; packing sows, medium and
good $2.50-3.35; feeder ft stocker pigs,
good and choice $2.75-3.23.
Sheen-" Recipts 100; stady.
Lambs, food and choice $5.25-6; me
dium $2.75-5.25;. yearling wethen 3.75
4.50; ewts $1-2.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright. 1938. Standard Statistics Co.)
Decern Nr 29 '
3 years ago .
Lew 1933 ....
- BOaTS AVXBAOE8
Today 90.9 42.0 68.9 T9.1
Preriousdsy 91.5 42.2 66.0 79.4
Week ago 90.8 42.1 62.5 78.8
Year age 50.5 25.8 89.8 63.6
3 years age 115.0 S8.9 149.3 116.9
High 1933 . 102.1 88.0 113.7 96.9
Lew 1983 . 42.8 23.5 SL1 43.9
10:80j Vie Meyers orchestra.
11:80 Slumber hoar, KBC.
KEX -POaTLAKO 1180 Sc.
T: Bead music. .
7:45 Orgaa .eaoeert, KBC .
8:00 Orchestra. 1
9:20 Dowa Lertr's Lane, KBC.
9.:5 Better EaglUhv
10:02 Bey SceaU program.
12:00 Weather report
12:00 Orgaa cancers, KBC.
12:15 Westers Agrteeltare, KBC
;t VWUCH SOIOOT,
. 2 :0o World fookman.
2 :05 Symphony Jtenr.
3 :S0 Kita Carltea Hotel archestza.
8 :4S Hetet Biltmare erekestra.
t:t( Mnsie Oeaaier, KBC.
J:saHnywad the air, na
:0O CswbM CarnrraL KBC
19:18 B-ssaata, KBC
3mde It raw 4 ntlik,
co-op pool price, 8)1.52 per
-, Sorpliis fLlS.
(afilk tased ea seas! monthly
" DistrfJbator price $2.10.
Butttrfat Top 17c,
print -21c, cubes S?Sc.
Prkas pals) ta grewers y Balea bayera
(The prices bale. sfvO by a local
freeex, are imdieatire ef the daily market
at are aot gaaraateed-by The Statesmen)
- rBOTT AJTS snBOBTABLBS
BreeeeU. Boaebnrg .75
CraaberrMa. bbL " "
Italian Brseeoli, bag . .60
Paraaina. haz In. km
Tsnina. box lor 'nit
MtaDagas, lag bar.
Brussels sprouts, lag
Local egg plaat .
.90 te 1.15
Greea peppers, Cslit, lb.
Oaloaa. dux. bunches
7S S l.OO
0 and L4
-1.10 aad 1.45
California, dry pack
Onions, Yakima, cwt
1.40 te 1.50
-2.15 to 2.75
JCn 3 mm
r,' in-,. auu ,OJ
Oranges, Valencias, fancy . . 2 75
Narels, crate 2.75 to 8.25
Place pack , 2.40 te 2.75
Japanese, bundle 1 L40
neeta. loeal. aos. 20
Turnips, local, dos.
Carrots, local, dox. ,
Spiuach, local, crate
Bananaa, .lb. on stock
Squash, Danish, dox. . Z .iO
.75 to 1.00
Tomatoes. California pack.
Sweet potatoes, lb.
- .03 U
1933 elcster. lb.
25 to .35
-12 H to
-12 H to
Leghorn fryers -
Old roosters ,
Dressed turkeys. No. 1 toms
Dressed turkeys, top, hens .
Spring lambs, top
Hogs, 160 to 200 lbs . . ,
120 to 180 libs.
Orer 200 lbs.
Steers n i. mu
Cows .01 t 4)3
Dressed Teal, top
aeirs atn. mr
Wheat, western red
White, Ke. 1
Barley, feed No. 1. toa
vnt. leea, loa
Barley, malting, toa
Oats, milting, toa , ,.
Hay. baying prices ,
Oats aad retch, toa ... ,
Alfalfa, valley, first sat
STAYTON. Dec. 29. Herman
Lindeman and Norbert Fritz who
are attending a Catholic seminary
in Seattle, were home to spend
the holidays with their parents.
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STOCKS LOWER IfJ
NEW YORK. Dec. 29. (ffy
Stocks edged lower in the year's
last f nil-time market. Proflt-Uk-lng
from the recent advance cou
pled with dribbles of cash selling
found the- market 'less strongly
supported with buying orders and
the trend was downward mostlof
the day. Declines, however, wer
moderate, trading was dull and
the average net loss was a small
fraction? a .
Utility shares, which reach the
year-end not far from their 1933
lows, were rather firm, although
American Telephone met realiinp
which cost it more than a point
of Thursday's rise. Consolidated
Gas was np about one. U. S.
Steel, American Can, Bethlehem.
New York Central, American
Smelting. National Rfsenft. a-f
Santa Fe yielded half a point or
thereabouts. Union Pacific and
Da Pont sagged around a point.
Home stake lumoed 11 snd TT s
Smelting gained a major fraction.
volume dropped to 1,133,50
shares. PIE MAT DDI
CHICAGO. Dec. 29. n Fn.1.
of-the-year liquidating, sales b y
noiaers or wheat contracts pulled
the Chicago wheat market Hnwn
today to 3 cents a bushel below
A black ere to values waa rir.
en by London reports that mem-
Ders or the international Wheat
commission said they looked o n
greatly enlarged Russian crop
estimates as a menace to rehab
ilitation of world prices. Warmer
weather with snow predicted for
much of the United States win
ter wheat belt tended noticeably
to remove fears of crop damage.
Wheat closed unstable at the
day's bottomflevel, 2-2 cents
below yestetday's finish, com,
lU-lTs down, oats, off.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat: Dec, S0-nc; May
89H-&4C; July, 82-c.
Corn: Dec., 43 c; May, 49
50c; July, 61?-52c.
Oats: Dec. 33 c; May, 36
c; July 34ic
IX HOSPITAL HERE
LIBERTY, Dec. 29 Mrs. Wal
ter Weiderkehr entered the Sa
lem general hospital Wednesday
for an operation.
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