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Th OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Snnday Horning, December 31, 1933
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HELP W ANTE1-FEM ALE
Saleswomen who "bare assisted us In
prevfeus sales apply Monday morning.
Etuett ury uooas jo. -
Special work for mothers who need
$14 weekly at once. No canvassing, ex
perience, or investment. Give dress size.
Dept. 1U0, Harford Frocks, Cincinnati,
$15 a week and jour own dresses
FREE for demonstrating latest, lovely
Fashion Frocks. No canvassing. Write
fully. Give . size and color preference.
Fashion Frocks, Dept. N-532, Cincin
Agents wanted, Best deal In Salem,
men er women. 147 Commercial.
Wanted housekeeping by widow.wUh
one child. Motherless home preferred.
Box 389 care Statesman.
FOR SALE- Miscellaneous
Saw gumming and sharpening
mile E. Four Corner. TeL 42SO. ,
Potatoes, .50, .75, 1.00. J. .VJT LehP
man, R. 9. near Hazel Green school.
12 tons extra good baled oat hay,
otoe veatch. $185.00. TeL 3255.
Haircut 20c, 1814 N. Com'L
Spitxber, ' Baldwin, Northern Spy.
Jonathan, Greening, 20c to 35c Wal
nuts. Mrs. Wright, 4 mi. Wallace
" Several ranges and heaters. W. H.
"MaTcho, 1488 Ferry. We Fix-um Shop.
O. A. C pigs. Tel 8115.
Wood range, $10, heater U,
eellent condition. TeL 20F3.
Applel 25c, 40c 2315 S, COttage.
Rhododendrons, laurels, flowering
currents, ferns. Kreah from mountains.
1776 N. Front St.
' xnn -L-iiixn iri'innr aimji - i i r
Haircuts 15-20c $03 & Winter.
Win .nj-u-in.fiiii-ii-w-mii"r -i-
. Free. We nick up dead worthless
horses, cows, sheep. TeL 4383
Dressmaking. 807 N. Capitol. Apt. 8
Prearott's barber shop, 1964 Oak.
Hair cut 25c. ,hav 16c'
K ATT.WAT MAIL CLERKS. Steady.
Mm 1S-25. Commence $158.00 month.
Common educatton sufficient. Sample
rwwhincr FREE. AddIv today sure.
State age, occupation. Box 1299C care
ROOM AND BOARD
Board-room, 695 Court TeL 7.
Rooiq and board. $4 wk. TeL 7313.
8WJ 1 Jutjt ltltl lT i iri.nr i
ELIZABETH LAWSON announces
the opening of the Dr. Cartwrtght
borne at 754 Ferry street to particnlar
people desiring a home and meals.
Meals will also be served to other by
telephoning n advance to Mrs. Law son
at 7995. Once her guest, you will be
certain to return.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Fine mod. I B, firm, apt Heat else
'refrigeration. Garage. TeL $154.
a mntknnrvTirwwmi' " i i
Olympic apartments. 730 N.
erty, 7 and X room fum. apts.
' Furn. apt, HaxeL TeL 7884,
Furnished, bested apt.. 444 & High.
FOR RENT HOUSES
1 Furn. 4 R. house, garage. $73 High
land, $18. Inquire at l& -aureu
' Rentals onr specialty. Largest and
best list 829 Court TeL 6017.
, Furn. 5-room house. 1318 N.
ter St Tel. 33F2.
W ANTED TO RENT
3-raa. heated, furn. apt, close ia.
$28 er leas. TeL 9i.
FOR HA LE Real Estate
mnm hH only five
blocks out corner lot, basement
eacer la geod condition, rrtce wx
$254. 1750. down. Ml J per bw.
WORTll MORE MONEY. Let us show
you this bargain. Mm
'- vi7- maim with larce attic. -.base
ment, furnace, fireplace, double gar-
m. mnA location, eared street Prtee
$278. $250 down, beJ. $25 per mo. to
include ait. at e.
: rrntNisirED HOME
ri kMA w4fh hAunwnt. fnf
race; Price $2300. Terms. SEE THIS
, avm rta TmtV BARGAINS
W. H. GBABJCNHORST CO. Realtors
188 B. Wberty Bt xeue
1 Av one tnL from city limits. 5 room
Saglbrit style bouse, oak floors in liv
ing and dining room, fireplace, elec
tric ligata, 2$0. $209 down. ; .
- 47 A. Howell Prairie land, 2D culti
vated. IS A. oak and fir timber, tana
bldgs macadam road, $3000.
25LA.3 mL from Salem, Kelser bot
" tonv H A. fruit and nuts, modem
roTea non, good barn, a chicken
bouMts.. f rsot, ,
Melvla Johnson, 275 State. TeL ?$$.
FOR SALE Keal Estate
AM IP t
4. ; - .
c7A crwwt oll 11 In eron.
paved road, electricity and gas, good 4
room House, earn ana cmcucn uuu ,
only two mi lea from the cltr limits.
Price onwn, Dai. term.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. See
W. II. GRABENHOKSK UU. iteaiiors
13 S. Liberty St. Tel. e6
EXCHANGE Real Estate
1 rnnm Dt. house worth $5500.
Will accent clear house in Salem or
Corvallis as part payment.
We have 2 line Hornet in roruanu
clear ; each to trade for acreage near
Salem value up to ivu.
CHILD3 ft MILLER, KEAUlvra
344 State Street Tel. STB 8.
Win take Belcrest property, mtg., or
house as 1st payment on large, well
built modern home, South Salem. East
front. 4 bedrooms, rear living room,
good location, near schools. Write Box
Fine suburban borne with modern
convenience, to exdiange for house In
town, apartment house, or business
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Bids. Tel. 8982
FOR SALE FARMS
Property Selling Buy Now
RKAL FAUU BARGAINS
CO-ncres. fair bldgs. Priced to sell,
only $3590.00 a snap.
This Is a good stock and dairy
ranch. 4 R. house, large, hop roof,
barn. Give terms.
13-A. hope (good. Modern home,
basement, furnace and water system.
This is a paying place, and priced
32-ACRES HOWELL PRAIRIE
Dandy place, 5-R. bungalow with
basement, bath, toilet, lights and wa
ter system, good bam. poultry house,
team, wagon, and all implements. Only
Buy that ranrh and be Independent
JAS. D. SKARS. REALTOR
132 South High Street
100 acres of veTV fine soil, electric
lights and fair bldgs. We will sell this
place for $75.00 per acre, 10 down.
balance 10 yrs. to pay. xius place win
pay for itself. See
HAWhJNS & KUBEKTS
For Farm Bargains
118 acres near Castle Rock, stocked
and equipped, fair bldgs., running wa
ter, timber and good roada. Mtg. tzzuv.
Will trade equity for home rn SaJem.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
For Farm Bargains
SPECIAL FARM BUY
61 acres all cultivated, located on
main Pacific highway nortli, 3 acres
in bearing filberts, six room house and
out buildings. Price reduced to $5900.
for IMMEDIATE SALE. If you want
a real FARM at the right price HERE
IT IS. See
W. H GRABENHORST CO. Realtors
134 S. Libertv St.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Have buyer for good 4 bedroom
house. Must be A-l and priced right.
CH1LDS ft MILLER. REALTORS
344 State Street Tel. 6708.
Will pay cash for 4 or 5 R, bun
galow. 529 Court. Tel. 6017.
MONEY TO LOAN
1 to 20 ntonths to repay at lowest pos
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st NatL Bank Bldg. Phone 8553
Licensed y Slate
? Need Money ?
Salary loans. $5.00 and up, from 1
to 8 months. See Mr. Bachmann at
STATE LOAN CO.
212 Oregon Bldg.
TeL "783 Lie No. SU85.
. Short of Cash?
Borrow $t00-$l$0-$200 or MOKE from
us! Repay In from 1 to 20 months, ac
cording to your present income.
Come In! Write I ' Phone 1
Member of NRA
Room 119. New BHgh Bldg. 2nd floor
LICENSED No. S-122 by STATE
61$ State St TeL 7 40
MARION POLK N. F. L A.
We make both federal and commis
sioner teens.' Fifteen years in our
i. wiliu.nsu, eec-ireas.
202 C S. Bank Building
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
For Sale 140 Hanson strain White
I-eghorna. Reasonable. Mrs. John W.
Yates. Rt 4, Box 120A, Salem. Near
Feeble Minded School.
FOR -SALE WOOD
'Phone Tracy's. 3988 for dry wood
GUARANTEED DRY wood coa)
rL 6804) Salem Fuel Co. Trade
growth and oalc- Phone
Call 43F14, All wood. SnrtTh ft Rubens.
Second growth and old fir wood.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wells.
Dry wood that ta dry. Call 113F23.
Dry wood, TeL 3673.
Dry wood. TeL 4418.
Dry second growth. D. L. Schlorg,
1536 "D" St TeL 4574.
Dry wood priced right. Tel. 7383.
FOR SALE USED CARS
From $15.00 to $500. Sea them at
Borrego's Car Mkt.
240 N. Liberty TeL 3141
McKay Chevrolet Co.
CHEVROLET GIVES MORE
l2t Ford 8pt Rds. $175
1930 Ford Spt Rds. 34
131 Ford DeLmte Phaeton 295
131$ asex Sedan . 300
1929 Nash Cabriolet 28
1929 Boick Sedan" 885
1923 Ford V-I DeLuxe Sedan, run
only 3300 miles 845
We have a complete stock of ased
tracks. Any type you wish and priced
tram $50 to $680
338 Center. TeL 3139. 438 N. ComL
Modet T Ford for sale, cheap. Cen
tral Service Station. Cor. Ferry and
Will discount deporH on new Dodge
or Plymouth) ear. IX yea, are coins to
buy a new car- here la a chance to
save. Inquire. Statesman efflce.
Int e resting Facts
1 W t
The Washington Star carried
the largest volumn of advertising
for the first six months in. 1932,
totaling 10.769,133 agate tinea.
The Statesman carried 1,3 48,3 s
agate lines over the same period.
There are 14 agate lines to a col
The Statesman is one of 363
daily newspapers equipped to ran
color advertising in the United
There are about 1300 foreign-
language newspapers In the Unit
President Roosevelt is a Mason.
Most of Salem merchants are
not for the Bales tax. They seem j
to think that once started it will
mount like the gas tax has.
Amundsen reached the south
pole December 14, 1911.
Admiral Robert E. Peary reach-1
ed the north pole in April, 1909
One should drink six to eight
glasses of water each day.
Gloves should be removed while
Happy New Year!
FOR SALE USED CARS
A Car Purchased Here is
Always a Good Value
1931 Ford truck $39$
1931 Ford Victoria 350
1930 Ford Pickup 275
1931 Graham-Paige Coupe 350
1929 Chrysler Sedan 350
1931 Studebaker Coupe 400
Valley Motor Company I
Used Car Lot
Marlon at Liberty Tel 7910
HEW YEI S GUESTS
CLOVE RD ALE, Dec. 30 Many
folk here are planning dinners
for families and friends on New
Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Schlfferer and daughters Edith
and Mabel will be among the
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Schlfferer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hadley are
planning a dinner for Mrs. J,
Mickey, Mr. and Mrs. Hale Mick
ey, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mix and
Miss Rena Mickey all of Salem.
Charles Land of Independence
is spending part of his vacation
with his brother Robert Land at
the Jay Cook home here.
The Jolly Seven club of the
Clorerdale school was entertained
at the home of Mrs. J. W. Schlf
ferer Thursday. Several visitors
Annual New Year's
Dinner Slated for
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, Dec. SO
Plans are being perfected for
the New Pear dinner to be given
Monday in the Popcorn school
building. This all-day affair is
sponsored annually by the local
Women's club and is In the nature
of a homecoming.
A welcome is extended to all
wishing to attend and to contrl-
HlltA tn th -A i t AnrA9 Mr.
J. B. Best is in charge of appro -
priate program features.
KQW-POBTIJUrD 820 Xe.
Sunday, December 31
:13 Gordon 8 trim Oasrtet. KRO.
10:30 National Youth Radio Conference.
xi:uu uene arnoia ana Commodores;
11:30 Tommy Lake.
1:00 Fiddlers Three, NEC. "
2 : 1 5 Orchestra.
2:30 Grand Hotel, KBC
3:00 Catholic hour, KBC.
6:00 Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
6:30 American Album, NBC.
7:30 John B. Kennedy, NBC.
10:15 Bridge to Dreamland. NBO.
11:00-12:00 Palace Hotel Orchestra,
Monday, Janaary 1, 1834
7:15 Organ concert, KBC.
7:30 Ronald Bock. .
9:15 Cooking schooL
9:45 Rose Bowl Parade, KBC.
10:80 Woman'a Marasise, NBC.
11:45 Friendly Chat
12:15 Western farm and! Home Hoar,"
1:45 Rose Bowl FoothaTl gasael NBC.
4:80 Mary and Her Friendly Garden,
5:00 Reiagold Jewelers.
6:00 Eileen Piffgott, NBO.
6:35 Jast Areeae the Corner, NBC.
HK Amos 'a Andy, NwC.
10:15 Cole IfeEhrov's orchestra.
10:45 Anson Weeks Orchestra, NBO.
11:00 Ted Fierito's Orchestra, NE0,
u:so-iz:vo stnarwoed Xnsemble,
XXX FOETXJkirD 11F9 Ke.
Saaday, See. 31
8:00 Sacred arasie,
8:30 Band maaie.
8:15 Music si Gems.
10:30 Symphony hoar,
lias Tango Time.
11:30 Grenadier Guards band, KBC.
li ;uu instrumental soloist
12:15 Master Mnsie Makers.
12:S Glen Grsy's orchestra.
1:00 Chris Uaa Endeavor Caioa,
8:00 National Vespers, KB.C. '
2 :45 Mom-ee aad Caress.
2:50 Ted WeemS' orchestra.
8:00 Four Secure Cathedral Berries,
4:00 Frits Kreisler.
4:15 Ethel Bestir Fuller. -
8:00 First Church at Christ, Scientist
9:00 Minneapolis Symphony Concert,
HBO,. . - -i. '
Card ia this director ran
on a monthly basis only. Kate:
S 1.00 per lino per month.
Mike Pa nek, 178 South Commercial.
New end used. Tires. RenatiinK.
HARRT W. SCOTT. 147 8. Coml St
BROOMS AND BRUSHES
Oregon Blind School, Tel. 407X.
Fuller Brush Man Telephone 8881.
Bart Crary. the caterer. Ph. 875$;
Hulda Helps Host
TeiepWrne 44o. n. E. Northnesa.
Dr. Own Lam, Chinese Medicine Ce.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 9:30 a. m.
to 6 p. m. 180 N. Commercial.
DR. a U SCOTT, PSC, Chlropracter.
258 N. High. TeL Rea 8571 -
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Brett-
haupt, florist. 671 Court TeL t0.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luta Fler
Ist, Hth Market. Tel. 9592
119 N. High
COFFEY-SMITH, gen. Ins. TeL MIL
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE W EIDER LAUNDRY
23 a High TeL 9128
CAPITAL CITI LAUNDRY
First In Quality and Service
Telephone 8185 M84 Broadway
Mattresses from factory to home. Cot
ton mattress. 60 lb. $6.60. Renovators
and fumigatora. Rugs cleaned, Capitol
Bedding Co. TeL 4089. 3030 H. capitoL
New mattress made te order, eld re
made; carpet cleaning, sizing: fluff
rug wearing, Salem Fluff Rug ft Mat
tress Factory, a 13th ft Wilbur. TeL
8441. Otto r . ZWlcker. Et IS1L
GEO. C WILL Planes, radios, sewing
machines, sheet muslo and piano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machine 433 State Street
L. CL Altman, M. XX Homeopathtst.
Office and residence 607 Center St
Phone 5 S3 2. Treats both acute and
PAINT AND ROOFING
Salem Paint ft Roofing. 474 Ferry.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, Dan. un
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The States: nan Printing
Department 116 S. Conimei clat Tele
phone VI 01. o
Central Radio Service, Tel 7 $33.
Guaranteed repairs. 695 N. High.
BECKB ft HENDRICKS, TeL 4J4I.
1 04-s First Nafi. Bk. Biag. Tel. 7807.
STOVES and stove repairing. Steves
for sale, rebuilt ana repaired. i
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, bop baskets, books, logan beaks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 363
Chetr leheta. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming.
E. E. Wiggins. I mL N. Pac Hwy.
FOR local or distant transfer stnraare.
call 2131. Larmer Transfer Co. Tracks
to Portland da fly.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 228
State St TeL 7773. Uistrt billing, for
warding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
TYPEWRITERS Adfltas Men. sold.
reotea, repaired. Underwood Agents,
Cooke ft Short. 631 Court. Tel. 5684.
R. A, West 89 years experience, RFO
i, pox ius. xei, 110r.
10:00 First Presbrterias Choir.
10:30 On Wings of Sang, KBC.
JSoMiy, janaary 1, 1934
T:15 laaee Khythm orchestra, NBO.
T:45 Eand Music
8:45 Instrumental soloist.
11:35 Ronald Buck.
11:45 Weather report
12:45 Forest luncheon.
1:30 Mi 111 Brothers.
3:00 Wotld Bookman.
3:05 Musical firms.
3:35 Walts time.
8:30 Professor Bellas.
8:45 Marshall's Xaverieki, NBC.
:15 Billy's Hawailana.
9:30 Don Smith.
9:45 Wrestling bouts.
10:30 Piano Picterea, KBC.
KOAO COrTAZXia 650 c
Monday, January L 1934
9 :00 Horn economics abaerver.
10 Parade of Melodies. '
11:30 American Lrgiom organ recitaL
13 :0O Xoon farm hear.
5:00 Aeolian Echoes.
5irX?,pr,B' F" w- WsrriBgtee,
v ;vv -lmutr nasie.
9:10 tcux tmm Itamr.
Egg Trading Better; Supplies
Of Lamb Limited; Marts
Closed on Monday
PORTLAND, Dec 30. (P)
Surplus of butter was appearing
here, following the late shortage
of churning and receipts. Specu
lative interests in storage stock,
however, were- holding values to
the extreme point over the holi
day. Trading In the egg market was
of much better character locally
with sufficient fresh stock now
arriving to take care of practical
ly , all the needs of the trade.
Prices were about steady at the
There continued complaint
against existing grades of eggs in
Oregon with much similar dissat
isfaction reported from Washing
ton and California. Ott the part of
producers the claim was made
that the cost of grading has reach
ed such proportions that the
country was getting very little for
Limited supplies of country
killed lambs were reaching the
local trade with resulting strength
in the price, although no further
advance has been forced. Other
meats except poor beef, were in
Monday was a general holiday
in the local trade and all markets
will be closed for the day. This
included local fruits and' produce
as well as grains and livestock
Potatoes and onions were dull
at late prices.
Lettuce sold steady at 65c to $1
crate for northtwest.
Onions grown on the Lablsh
beaverdam in Marion county are
finding their way to oriental mart
kets In Increasing quantities, with
an apparent firmly established
market there. During the last30
days of the year, the onion mar
ket climbed from 90 cents to
11.35 a hundred, which means an
excellent boost for the growers,
who are getting $1.35 net on ex
ports. Of the approximately H80 cars
of onions grown in Oregon the
past season, about 70C cars were
produced at Labish. Onions aver
aged around 300 to 32S sacks per
Ninth Rank for
Small Fruit is
Marion county is really a great
county when it comes to all small
fruits and Oregon ranks pretty
high, as shown by the U. S. cen
sus of 1929, comparing crops of
all small fruits in 50 counties in
the United States. w
In fact, -of the 50 counties
ranking highest, six are from the
state of Oregon, with y Marion
ranking ninth in the U. S.
Clackamas county ranked 22d.
Washington county 23d, Multno
mah county 25th in the United
States and Linn, county, 30th.
Hood River county comes under
the wire ranking 47th in the
United States for all small fruits.
23 Men to Receive
Jobs on Public Pay
Projects at Dayton
DAYTON. Dec. 30. Twenty
three men are expected to be em
ployed at public work at Dayton
by the last of January. That
many have been employed tor a
few days in the street drainage
The school project of more than
31000 has been accepted but due
to weather conditions will be post
poned for a short time because it
calls for re-shingling among other
necessary improvements calling
for 900 working hours to those
on relief work.
Share of Monies
For Civic Works
SHELBURN, Wee. 30. Mrs.
Emma Hassler is in a serious con
dition due to a paralytic stroke
suffered some time ago.
Helen Miller will go to Port-,
land, January 2, where she will
take up nurse's tralnin ; at St.
Vincent's hospital. Helen is a
graduate of the high school i n
Shelburn school district has ap
plied for her share, 1 4 00 or 3500
of .funds to be applied on im
proving school house and grounds.
HAS BRIDGE J OH
JEFFERSON- Dec. 30. Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Jordan and family
left Tuesday for Myrtle Point,
where Jordan will be employed as
state engineer on a bridge near
there. Ha had charge og the en
gineering work on the new bridge
across tha Santiam river bere and
also of tha Sanderson bridge. The
family occupied the John Goets
resident tor over a year.
HUBBARD, Dec 80. Eugene
Silke. principal of the Hubbard
schools is in Portland this week
attending tha annual state teach
ers' convention- in session there.
Mrs. silk and little son, Harold,
EXPORT OF ONIS
NEW YORK. Dec 30. (A?)
Security and grain markets saw
their old rear out with rallies to
day; minor commodity exchanges
ware mostly; closed.
Homestake mining was up 7
points. U, S. Smelting advanced
4 net and American Smelting,
Dome and Mclntyre , about one
each.' Du Pont and Chrysler made
awe highs for the year, the latter
dosing 2 higher. Du Pout's
gam was 2. American Telephone,
which has reputedly been harbor
ing a substantial short interest.
again was prominent on the- up
sides Improving l net, but Other
utilities, while firm, accomplish
ed little. Ralls also were rather
dull. General Motors, U. S. Steel,
American Can, General Electric,
Westlnghouse,- Case, Unlen Car
bide, Schenley, Wool worth, - Na
tionai iMBtiners and numerous
others Jidded fractions to more
than a point.
Transfer totaled 751,613
PORTLAXD. Ore, Dee. 30. (AP)
Produce exchange, net prices: Batter
Extras 20e, tUndarda 10c, prime firsts
19e, Knits 18c. Eggs fresh extras
22c, fresh' mediums 18e.
PORTLAND. Ore Dec. 30. (API-
Wheat Open High Lew Close
May .: 7 74 73 74
December 72 72 72 72
Cash Eig Bend blueatem, 73; dark
hard winter, 12?pct., 75; 11 pet 72;
soft vhite, western white, hard winter,
norhern spring and western red, 70.
Oats Xo. 2 white. $22.50.
Corn Xo. 2 yellow. $22.75.
MiUrua. standard. $14.00.
PORTLAND. Ore- Dec. 30. (AP)
Butter Prints, extras 22e, standards
Bntterfat Portland delivery: A trade,
18 19c pound; farmer's door deli t cry 15-
16e pound.. Sweet cream 5c higher.
Eggs Pacific poultry producers' sell
ing price: Fresh extra specials 24c, ex
tras 22e, atandards 20c, meduims lSe
dosen. Buy ins price by wholesalers:
Fresh extras 4 be. firsts 11c, mediums
lie. undergrade 11c, pallets lie dozen.
Cheese 02 score, Oregon triplets
lc, loaf lie pound. Brokers will pay
Uc below quotations. .
Jlilk Contract prie. pee . cent,
Portland delirery $1.70 ewt.; B grade
cream. 87'e ponnd. '
Country meats Selling prica to re
tailers: County killed hogs, best batch-,
ers a nder 150 pounds 7c; vealerc,
90 te 100 pounds 7c pouad. light and
thin 5-6c pouad; heavy calves 4-5e pound;
lambs lie pound; yearlings 4-5e
ponnd; heavy ewes 4e ponnd; median
cows 3 -5c pound; esnner cows 2-3c
pound; balm 4c ponnd.
Mohair Buying price nominal.
Casca'rs bark Baying price, 1933
peel. 2 He ponnd.
Hops 1933 clusters 25-83e pound.
Live poultry Portland delivery, bay
ing prices:. Colored fowls, 4 to 6 pounds
lie, over 6 pounds 12c; spring pallets
3 to 2 pounds lie; roasters, over 3H
pounds 10c; Leghorn fowls, over 3H
pounds 10c, usder 3 pounds Be; broil
ers, li to 2 pounds 12e, 2 pounds and
up 10c: colored docks lie; geese 10c
pound. Turkeys, No. 1, 12c pound.
Onions Yakima $1.10-1.25; Oregon
$1.60-1.75 cental. "
Potatoes Local white and red $1
1.05; Yakima S1.25-1.3S; Del chutes
Wool ; 1933 clip Tiominsl; Willam
ette valley C- 25c pound; eastern Oregon
16-21c pound; southern Idaho 16-20c
Hay Buying price from producer:
Alfalfa No. 1. new crop $16-16.50; vetch
'$15; Willamette valley timothy $15:
eastern Oregon' timothy $17.50; oats $15
(Copyright "lS Rtan'tanl 'fitlcs Co.)
December 30. 1933
STOCK AVEEA6ES e
Today 92.3 4i.,4 67.2 80.2
Previons day 90.9
Week age 89.8
Year ago 51.9
42.D 68.9 79.1
42.1 62.4 77.6
S6.7 91.5 54.9
91.T 154.5 119.6
58.0 113.7 96.9
8 years ago 11B.9
High 1933 102.1
Low 1933 42.8
BOND A V EE AGES
Today 72.3 75.3 77.0 74.9
Previous day 71.8 74.5 77.2 74.5
Week ago 71.4- 72.5 76.3 73.4
Tear ago 63.0 58.8 82.1 8.0
3 years ago .V1 101.4 97.5 94.7
High 1983 77.1 84.9 88.5 83.5
Low 1933 58.3 57.0 74.1 63
At Swegle Meeting
SWEGLE, Dec. 30. John S.
Marshall's daughter Mrs. Mildred
McCollum and children Joice and
Ray from Lewlstown, Mont., are
here for a visit. Mrs. M. Gordon
has been quite ill for the past
week but is better now.
Fred J. Wells of Los Angeles.
Is visiting his brother W. F.
Wells. Ha reports that business
is on the UP and up in California.
A mass meeting was called
Friday n,ight to discuss the CWA
improvement plan for schools. No
decision was reached.
Margaret Fowler and Howard
Gr Hopkins were married at Van
couver, Wash, December 28. Both
are graduates of Washington
State college. Mr, Hopkins is in
the forestry service at Poortland.
Planing Mill Will
Reopen 2nd; First
Dads' Meet Monday
SLLVERTON, Dec. 30. The
planing mill of the Silver Falls
Timber company will reopea Tues
day morning. The Wlalock Handle
factory wil also reopen Tuesday.
Mayor E. W. Carver has an
nounced that the first council
meeting of tha new year will be
held at 7:30 o'clock Monday
The regular pre-sehool clinic
wHl be held Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. V. A. Doaglas will act as ex
MISS SMART LEAVES '
KING WOOD, Dec. 3 Miss
Margaret Smart, who haa been
spending the holiday season with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.' P.
Smart starts tonight on tha re
turn trip to Santa Ana, Calif.,
where she is attending Junior
college. . . ! A
Grade U raw 4 mltlu
co-op pool price, $1.32 per
Surplus f 1.15.
(liilk aaua m seat! seatslf
Distributor price $2,111.
Batferfat Top 17c,
prints 21c, cubes 23c.
Prlcts pale to (inui b Mslaa bayers
December 30, 1833.
(The -prices bafew. scsyrte by a leeal
greeer. are iadlestive- of tbe daily nxxket
bat are ant sasrasteed k TL Stateswsa)
raoiT aao EasxaBUS
Breeeerl,' Rosebnrg : , .79
UranlMrrieX Vbl. r, .
ItslUa BxoeeoU, log
lTonMps, boa lag
Ratsbagas, log hex
Brwsael aproata, log .
isxal egg pia-aa r
Oreea Beppera, Calif, lb.
Onions, do, eenehes
.90 te 1.15
75 te 1.00
90 sad L40
-1J0 aad 1.45
California, dry pack .
Onions, jfakima, ewt.
.1.40 to 1.50
-2.25 to 2.75
SO and .65
Roano Beautv 65
Oranges, Valencias, fancy 2.75
-3.75 to 3.25
Beets, local, dox. .
Tnrnips, locnL dos.
2.40- to 2.75
carrots, local, dox. .
Spinach, local, erste
Bananas, lb. ea stock
Lemons , ,
: .05 H
Sqnash, Danish, dos,
75 ta 1 AO
Tomatoes, California pack, lng. 1.40
not uouse on
California, ease a f
Rmporer grapes i "
Sweet potatoes, lb. T.,..,, ,, .03 'J
urapeiroit. Florida - no
Grapefruit, California 2.50
1933 cluster, lb.
25 to .35
Old roosters . .
Dressed turkeys. No. 1 torai ,
Dressed turkeys, top. hens
Spring lambs, ton
Hon. 160 to 200 lbs
120 to 160 lbs.
Over 200 lbs.
Dressed veal, top
to .04 Vt
S3A S3 AhTU HAT
Wheat, western red
White, No. 1 ..
Barley, feed Ka. L toe
Oats. feed, ton
Barley, malting, ton
Oats, arilliTig, ton
Kay. aiaa ertess
Oats and vetch, ton ,
Alfalfa, valley, first cot.
Clover , hay
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16 river q
layer of the
18 diacritical .
mark used s
25 dash '
31 hail I
36 coarse herb
ef the aster
40 Cleave out
stress f abrit
49 sooner than
fee - .'
' 52 series
cap " J
.54 to maka
"59 tern to tha
61 cut weed
65 form of
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68 sound ac
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CHICAGO. Dee. 30. JR
Stirred by a predicted new cold
wave threatening damage to
wheat, and by decided strength ,
of gold stocks la New York, grainy
prices rose briskly today.
Belief that soma- stimulating
fresh monetary announcement
would originate tn Washington
j-over the holidays tended also to
inspire grain buying. Fairly ag
gressive purchases of wheat
hosted that cereal a maximum
of 2e, but some reaction fol
lowed, based on belief tha rise
had been too rapid.
With evidence of 4 broader
eastern demand, however, tha
market remained strong, aad
wheat closed firm, l4-2c above
yesterday's finish, corn -lfte
up, oats -lc advanced.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat Dec., 82 s May, 44
; July 84-. -
Corn Dec., 44; May, 50
51; July, 53c.
Oats Dec., 34; May, 87
; July, 34.
DRAMA AT KEIM
LABISH CENTER, Dec. 30.
The medieval drama of "The
Perfect Gift," which was given
by the local Sunday school on its
Christmas program will be re
peated Sunday afternoon at the
Hayesville district: convention at
the Keizer schoolhouae.
Thirty - finve members ' and
friends of the Christian Endeavor
society were present at the last
business and social meeting of
I the group held Friday night at
the Clyde Leedy home. Commit
tee reports were adopted and the
treasurer's report indicated all
obligations would be met. The
1934 budget was about half rais
ed as,: the closing feature of the
A vocal duet by Louise Tontx
ana Frances Klampe, a piano solo
by Phyllis Leedy, and a humorous
newspaper were enjoyed.
HUBBARD. Dec. 30. Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Swinny and sons Ma
rion and Bnd of Jennings Lodge
and Mr. and Mrs. Waldron, depot
agent of Longview. Wash., all for
mer residents of Hubbard will te
New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs.
tion 4 lived
5 skilled per
6 breed of
sembling i the grey
IS wife of a
21 bodies ef
23 facts on
25 night be
27 object used N
29 Greek epic
34 small Eng
37 Greek fetter
39 Greek fctte
44 short sleep
43 requiring i
4ft caaefS ata '
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