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HELP WANTED MALE
Man wanted to supply customers
With famous Watuni proauvia iu
lem. Business established, earnings
average $25 weekly, pay starts Imme
diately, write J. k. cuiuiu,,
43 It HOlllS BL, uacuou,
Exp, milker. 'Bet TeL 45S3. 651 N
Capable, reliable girl desires house
work. Bet. Box 390. cars Statesman.
Woman desires Janitor work In apt
howe or hour worn, leu jh.
FOR SALE Misceiianeous
FOR SALE Used ranges, 15.00 ani
cp used beaters J 1.00 and up. Ore
gon Traaing x ost, a - .
Saw ruminlna sad sharpening
mils E. Four Corners. Tel. 4380.
Golden Delicious. None better. Ru
UTsoaa, Box &, k. s.
SjTjxrxMPo'w'VssV' i i T "
WhMt. rlovr teed, oatf In bundle.
J. V. Lerxrmana , wuem.
w n1rsa rfll mstXm DticCB OQ
,.nit..M nnw r thA Hollvwood AUC"
tlon Market and Furniture Store (at
Hollywood;, tsi. oiwv
Alto born, sacrifice -for $5. Tel. 9630
or cau at j. -
Good elec cook stove. .Cheap. 140
State St Tel. M3i.
ryui.i"uj.ftrrwwii"irM'V'"."-i- - -- -- -- -- -- -
r.A natn. hair, some veatch. S 11.73
per ton, uarder rtoa-a, pox ioo.
Haircuts 15O-20& SOS a Winter,
Om. Wi nick ud dead worthless
horse cows, ansep. is, tits
Preacott's accommodation barber
hop, late service, xv uas ou
Wood range, 110, beater 3S, fine
condition. Tel. zva3.
ViavL Why not use It first? Call or
writs . w. via vi u. i
All haircuts 25c, Joe's Barber Shop,
lit So. cnurcn.
, .n r,--, -i ni-ir-srii-i e.
"WANTED: JCames men-women, 18-
,7, wwiiiub - T r.
coming, 25 coached FREE. Apply to
day lor particulars, uox u, tre
UOOM AND BOARD
1 Board-room, S5 Court TeL M7S.
r 1 n n nnJJJJarlJlJarLlonr1" -
Board, room. 754 Ferry. Tel. 7995.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Larn S R. unfurn. apt TeL 7440.
j-u-uT-n-n-n-rirLrii "" " - -- - .,
, Furn. apt, 221 HaxeL TeL 7M4.
Small turn. apt. 590 Union.
Htd. turn. apt. 10. 11 S. Church.
Mod. 3 R. furn. apt with garage
1J;0 Stat. Tel. 8754.
KOK RENT HOUSES
S R- turn, house. TeL 8796.
. Furn. and unfurn. . bouses. R. A.
Forkner, 1810 N. CotUge. Tel. 8031.
4 R. cottage, N Com L 1 T.J8
t R. modern houss, doss In 28.88
. T R. bungalow, K. Salem 1S.M
8 R. duplex close In 1Z.SS
FOR BENT Houses, $9 up. ftir
Isbsd $15-318 up. Apts. furnished, $10
up. Choice- 10 A., tract, $10 month:
store rooms, $18 to $78 month. For
BECHTEL or THpMASON
- . - 341 Stats Street
Vinrvu wwM-M'i'i-r --r - ' -
Ten-acre- ranch with fruit and nuts ;
. MA. Mtvtrin wftlftf
uv m v. v . u .
system. Place must be seen to be ap-
urclated. sire mues irom coun
louse. Writs Box 388. Statesman.
FOR SALE Keal EsUta
FOR SALE 7-room bouse near
Parrish scbooL Streets paved, all
clear. $1200. $600 cash. Call 8404.
20 A. timber mL from Nawberg;
estimated 8000 cords of wood. and one
million ft. saw timber. $2000. $500
down, , .
10 A. 3 mL from Salem, 4 room
houss, barn, chicken - house, excellent
soil. $3600. .
1 A. 1 mL from 8alem, en pared
road, t room house, modern every way
except basement $2800. $2S0 down,
A. $ mL from Salem, 4 room
house, barn, chicken house, electrts
, lights.: $1200, $100 down,
MelTin Johnson, 27S SUts St. TeL 873$
- , , BARQADi .
I acre tract close) to city limits,
good g room house, electricity, deep
wall, barn, chicken, houss and garagei,
Loganberries, walnuts, filberts, and
family orchard. Reduced from $l$00to
$1750 for quick sals.
CHILDS MILUEB, Realtors
$4 Stats Street TeL 8708.
EXCilANGE Real Estate
Highly Improved farm at Ontario,
Oregon, for property In or near Salem,
CHILDS 4k MILLER. Realtora
144 SUts Street . TeL C701
EXCHANGE Real Estate
S2S0. Choice S A. tract, best of
soli, bearing fruit Fine garden ground,
good S K. house, elee. lignts, water
system, barb. A good suburban home
close to school store. Good gravel
road sear paved road trade for good
house in town. What have yout
Might assume same SEE
' BECHTEL or THOMASON
141 State Street
Mod. home in Klamath Falls for
property or home in Salem. Inquire,
111 8. Church, Mrs. Keller.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
I have a client wanting 40 to CO
acres. I guess be has the money. What
do you have 7
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Bldgv Tel. 8902.
Good meat market and grocery for
sale. A. C Bafcrastedt, No. 19, Ladd
Bush Bank Bldg.
Furnishings and lease of 22 room
apartment house. Close in. 11000.
CHILDS ft Mil. I JR. Realtors
34 State Street Tel. 6708.
MONEY TO LOAN
1 ts 2 months to repay at lowest pos
GEN URAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 8553
Licensed r Slats
? Need Money ?
Salary loans. $5.00 and up, from
ts months. See Mr. Bachmana at
STATE LOAN Ctt
21: Oregon Bldg.
TeL 7783 Lie. No. S-U5.
Short of Cash?
Borrow SI 00-11 50-1200 or MORE from
usl Repay In. from 1 ts 20 months, ac
cording to your present Income.
Corns ml . . . Write I . . 'Phone I
Member of NRA
Room 119, New Btlgh Bldg. 2nd flsor
LICENSED No. S-122 by STATES
18 Stats St TeL 3 T-4-
HA Rl ON npOLK F. LA?
Ws make both federal and commis
sioner loans Fifteen years In our
r. U- WILKINSON, Sec-Treas.
202 U. S. Bank Building
Funds for farm loans now available ;
5 ; long term.
Hawkins & Roberts
Guardian Bldg., TeL 4109.
MONET TO LOAN for 3 to S years
lime on city, larm or acreage prop
erty. Must be the best of security.
CHILD3 & MILLER, Mtge. Loans
344 State Street Tel. 6708
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR ;SALB-7 good mulea
Bros. & 25th StC TeL 6150.
WANTED Beef or heifers. Must be
cheap for cash. TeL . S9F2I.
FOR SALE WOOD
Phone Tracy's, 3988 for dry wood.
Call 48FI4. ATI wood. Smith ft Rubens.
Dry la fit, oak. Tet 769. ,
Dry wood priced right TeL 7983.
Dry wood that ts dry. Call 11SF21
Dry fir and ash, 34 per cd. TeL
GUARANTEEO ORT wood cosJ
Tsi. (SO Balsas Fuel Co. Trade s
Second growth and old fir wosd.
Prompt dellTtry. Fred E. Wells.
Dry wood. TeL 4418.
Shed Dry Old Fir
Contract hauling. TeL 6748.
Cheap wood. Tel. 4527.
FOR J ALE USED CARS
1923 Chevrolet Coach, tip top $43S.
1823 Model B Ford, commercial
1327 Chevrolet Coups 78.
1I8 Ford Roadster 45.
1327 Chevrolet Track, overhauled
and rood tires 138.
A absat 80 "more exception!
low priced cars..
240 N. Liberty TeL 3(88.
Used Car Values
1931-Dodge Sedan, run 14,000
1928-Oldsmoblle Coupe .
l30-Dodge Eight Coupe
Several used cars $15.00 and up
visit uur wsed car Lot
Bonesteele Sales and
sOirsnu'sssJioiTj ii - ruLT
'30 A Tudor exc. cond. V-8 wheels
cheap terms. TeL 8549 private
McKay's Used Cars
Wlllys-Kniht Sedan $ SS.00
1929 Ford Sedan new motor 250.00
1928 Chevrolet Sedan over
hauled i 263.00
1930 Essex Sedan 2S5.00
1929 Nash Cabriolet 275.00
1931 Ford DeLuxs Phaeton 295.00
1930 Chevrolet Special Sedan - 350.00
1933 Ford "V-8 DeLuxs Sedan 845.00
1932 Nash 8 Sedan 595.00
1933 Chevrolet Coach 000
Three 1929 Chevrolet trucks In'
running condition. Take
your choice $12S.0O
1121 Chevrolet Long W. B. 4
speed trans4 excellent con
dition - , . 283.00
1933 Ford long W. B. 4 speed
trans., guaranteed 425.00
Open Evenings and Sundays
McKay. Chevrolet Co.
333 Centef TeL 1188 430 N. Conn.
I SCHOOL" HAS PAPER
PALLS CTTT, Jaa. li. The
staff of tbe local high, school pap
er, "Thev ICldget," is headed by
Georgian na Loltua as . editor-in-chief;
a d r r 1 1 a i n f manager,
Blanche Riekettt; ftrodnetloa
manager. Ethyl Phillips.
Prohibition went into effect 14
years ago today.
David Moser, Lb the manager of
the Wallulah, Willamette univer
sity annual this year.
About 400,000 people enter
prison in the United States every
There were estimated 36,000
speakeasies in New York City. in
1931. Two hundred twenty-two
thousand in the United States.
Friday's Statesman will be of
unusual interest to thrifty house
wives. Watch for it.
Wednesday, Jannary 17
KOAC C OK V ALUS SSO Ke.
:00 Home Economics Obserrer.
10:00 Maude Prstt Smith.
10:80 Lesson ia Spanish Ueliiss M
11:00 Modern Poetry Ada Hastings
11:20 Who's Who an the Faculties.
11:30 American Legion Orraa BecitaL
12:00 Noon Farm Honr.
1:45 Old Familiar Son its and Songs of
uregoit rtaroia vvitcralt.
2 :00 Tennyaon Lecture and Classroom
discussion by Dr. K. Elhrood
fimlth Anil mtnAant r
8:00 Agnes Kolihorn "if ore Figorlng
oa j roc wry XJU71 .
4 :00 Homor, old and New Don
4:10 Something llinnt T.wBrrtlitn
4:30 Oregon Stores for boys and girli.
o:3 veapera Her. w. Raymond Wil
8:30 Eveninr Farm tXrmr.
7:30 Dr. Victor P. Morris "The
world in KeTiew."
7:45 Radio Shorthand Contest
8:15 Beacon Lights in Pacifie Rela
tions Dr. H. J. Noble.
8:45 Phvsir in Eti-tUv T.f"Tn
Dr. W. E. Anderson, professor of
Local butter prices were boost
ed a half cent per pound Tues
day, though butterfat a notations
failed to make any gain. Batter-
rat is Etui quoted at 15 cents.
with print now at 15 cents
and cubes at 21 U cents.
Wheat lost all srround rained
Monday, with offers yesterday at
9v cents, wmte, ana 3 cents, red.
utner prices were unchanged.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Conn
ty Court of the State of Oregon.
for the County of Marion, her
dnly verified final account, as the
administratrix of the estate of
James C. Tantis. deceased, and
that said Court has fixed Tuesday.
the 23r day of Jannary, 193$, At
the hour of ten o'clock A. M. sf
said day, as the time, and the
County Court Room In tha Coun
ty Court House at Salem. In Mar
ion County, Oregon, as the place
for hearing said final account and
all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
20th day of December, 1933.
LORILLA V. YANTIS.
Administratrix of the Estate
of James C Tantis, deceased,
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,
Salem, Oregon. D 20-27 J 3-10-17
NOTICE OP PLAT A5D
Notice is hereby given that tho
Common Council of the City of Sa
lem, Oregon, by resolution duly
and regularly adopted and filed on
December 18th, 1933, has declared
its intention to vacate, and has
initiated proceedings to vacate, all
of the plat of Gelser's Subdivision
of Block No. 2 of Tuxedo Park
Addition to the City of Salem, in
Marlon County, Oregon, as shown
by the duly recorder plat thereof
now on file and of record in the
office of the recorder of convey
ances in and for said Marion
County, Including the street and
alleys within said sub-division, be
ing all of Meteor street and all
of the alleys in Blocks 1 and 2 of
said subdivision, and the 5th day
of February, 1934, at tho hour of
7:30 P. M., in tha council cham
bers of the city hall of and in the
said City of Salem, has been fixed
as tne time and place for consid
eration of such vacation and tor
hearing any objections or remon
strances thereto. Objections, if
any, to such, vacation must be
tiled, in writing, with the under
signed prior , to the time herein
fixed for hearing the same.
Recorder of the City of Salem,
Bits for Breakfast
(Continaei from Page 4)
storehouse for the baggage left,
which was named Fori Deposit.
As Palmer and the others were
leaving tho camp Ley met Bar
low and W. H. Rector coming in.
They had reached Oregon City at
ter undergoing- much suffering
Resuming the text:)
i "Two of the horses in .Palmer's
became too weak and were left
Of the 11 sent with provisions,
not one svrrired. On the 29th
Palmer arrived at the fconse of
Samuel McSwain of the 1844 im
BUTTEH RISES Hi
Cards fa this directory ran
on m monthly basis only. Kate:
331.00 per line per month.
Mike Panek. 378 Bouth Commercial.
New and used. Tires. Repairing.
RABRT W. SCOTT. 147 a Com l SL
Burt Crary, tha caterer. Ph. 4718.
Hulda Helps Host
Telephone 44S0. R E. Norrhnesa
Dr. Chan lam Chinese Medicine Co.
tea M. nnimnerflal St- Of flea hours
Tsesday and Saturday only.
DR. a L. SCOTT, PSC. Chlronractsr.
358 N. High. Tel. Res 8573.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Brelt-
naupt, nortst. 617 coun. TSL .
ALL kinds of floral work. Lata Flor
ist. lth Market. Tel. 8693
lit N. High
COFFEY-SMITH, gen, tns. TeL 8883.
Developing and printing. Leave
films st 4S8 Court St Reasonable
prlcea a D. Chllds. 374 N. 18th Bt.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRT
THE WEIDER LAUNDRT.
283 & High TeL 3138
CAPITAL CITI LAUNDRT
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 3168 1284 Droadwav
Mattresses from factory to homo. Cot
leu mattress. 60 lb. 38.80. Renovators
and fumigatora. Rugs cleaned. Capitol
Bedding Co. TeL 406. IU3V w. capitot.
New mattress made ts order, sld re
made; carpet cleaning, slsing: fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rug Mat
tress Factory. S. 13th Wilbur. TaL
844L Otto F. Zrrtcker. Est 1911.
GEO. C WIL! Pianos, rmtCaa, sawing
macolima. an est musio ana piano stu
dies Bepah-mg radios, stsonograpns
and sowing tnaenmea. l aitsxe sweet.
I Q. ATtman. M. D. Homeopmthlst.
Office and residence 607 Center St.
Phone 6833. Treats both acute and
FOR STATIONERY, cards, DamDk-
teta. programs, books or any kind sf
wrtntlng. caJU Tns statesman ranting
Department. 316 S. Commercial. Tele-
Central Radio Service. Tel. S747,
Guaranteed repairs. 325 N. Hhrh.
MOORE RADIO SERVICE
Phone 3797 At Hollywood Radio
CENTRAL. RADIO SERVICE
el 3747 225 N. High
BECKB A HENDRICKS. TeL 4947.
304-8 First Wsfl. Bfc. Blla Tel. 780T.
STOVES and stovs repairta. kUsves
for sals, r strain and repaired. All
kiada of wwrea wire fence, fancy and
plain, nop baskets, hooks, togmn hoa.
Salem Fence and Stov Works, 363
Chertwheta. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming;.
BL a Wiggins. I mL N Pao. Hwy.
FOR local or distant transfer storage.
call 3131. Larmer Transfer Co. Tracks
to Portland daily.
CAPITAL, CITY Transfer Co. 836
Stats St. TeL 7773. Distributing, tor
warding and storage our specialty.
Gt mir rates. -
R. A. West. 80 resrs experience. RFD
7. bo soi. Tel.
New Deal Window Clean., was., wan
A wdwk. washing. Free estL TeL 9337.
nlgratl on who subsequently
sold his claim to Philip Foster;
(and It became "Foster's," which
thereafter was the famous pioneer
recruiting station la crossing the
mountains by the Barlow or as
Bancroft called it tho Palmer
wagon road.) -
"The next night was spent at
the house of Peter H. Hatch (who
became the well-known and be
loved pioneer house mover of Sa
lent, father of Mrs. A. II. Farrar
and grandfather of Postmaster
John. H. Farrar of this city), in
the Clackamas valley.
jDn tho last day ot November
he (Palmer) arrived at Oregon
City, having passed a month In
the Cascade mountains; but it
wag not until December that the
last ot tho belated people arrived
in tho Willamette rallsy."
: (Continued tomorrow.)
III H1SEDF CUBES
Shipping Demand for Turks
Renewed; Tone Stronger
PORTLAND, Jan. ie-P)-Ad-vances
in the cube butter market
on the produce exchange during
the last session, firsts alone being
excepted, suggested gradual Im
provement in the demand here as
well as diminished supplies.
While there has recently been
quite a fair increase in churning
by cen'tralizers, there has been an
even greater volume lost in the
arrivals from other points.
Indicating that the situation
was not as keen as some would
suggest was the fact that butterfat
values did not advance.
Market en eggs was steady
aside from continued underaeU
lug reported by outside Interests.
Demand for eggs was increasing
rapidly. Soma so-called extras
were reported sold down to 16
cents dozen with the general mar
ket 18 cents.
Chicken trade was soft in spots
here but in general wast little
changed as to price. Demand was
slowest for the light weights
which were arriving In increasing
There was a good shipping de
mand again showing for turkeys,
but available supply in Oregon
was reported as practically nom
inal. Strength was permeating the
entire country killed meat trade.
Hogs, lambs, veal and beef alike
were showing a keener call.
Recent advance of 82 net to
growers for oniona at country
points has put a complete stop on
the receipt of carload orders here.
Leading operators report an en
tire lack of business. Buyers were
securing their needs elsewhere,
and for less.
Stronger tone was showing In
the market for potatoes at Pa
cific northwest sources and es
pecially at Taklma. For aVhile
the interest was chiefly in 2s but
not inquiries for Is were forcing
higher prices. In the Deschutes
prices were also held firmer. No
OF HAT IS
Sales of nearly ten miHion bu
shels of Pacific northwest wheat
or wheat iu the form of flour have
been completed by the North Paci
fic Emergency Export association
in the program to reduce surplus
supplies in Washington, Oregon,
and Idaho, Frank A. Theia, chief
ot tho grain processing and mar
keting section of the AAA says.
Purchases for export are equiv
alent to 10,750,000 bushels of
wheat Of this amount 9,954,000
has been sold and approximately
5,500,000 -bushels already have
been shipped by the association.
The association was formed nn
der a marketing agreement, which
provides that exporters are to be
reimbursed by the AAA the dif
ference between the- price paid for
wheat bought at tho domestic
price and the lower world price
level at which this wheat is sold.
Tho average differential pay
ment between purchases and sales
to date has been about 21 cents
a bnshel. Theis said. The 19 mil
lion, bushels of wheat bought to
date represents about a third of
the amount contemplated at the
time the marketing agreement
was entered into, Theis said.
STIES AT UBISH
LABISH CENTER. Jan. If.
Special) Fire which broko oat
in one of the large Hayes Tjibish
onion houses near the apartment
house at 4:20 a. m. this morning
completely destroyed the large
storage building, irreparably dam
aging the large amount of on
ions stored in it, roughly esti
mated at 25 or more carloads.
Four hours after the fire was
first sighted by the night watch
man, only two great heapa of
charred and cooked onions. Inter
mingled with bits of unburned
wreckage, remained as evidence
of the destructive blaze. Origin of
the fire la unknown.
Salem, Woodburn and Silverton
fire departments responded to
calls for fighting equipment.
The monetary loss, which
mounts up to about $25,000, is
said to be covered by Insurance.
This community has suffered
an unusually large number ot
fireswithin the last tire years, at
least a dozen fires, with large
losses having occurred.
A. T. Hayes states the ware
house, ' one ot three, will be re
bunt. LAN DINNER SESSION
SHERIDAN, Jan. 16. A 6:30
o'clock dinner will be held Friday
night at the Methodist church
here, sponsored by the adult de
partment of the Sunday school. A
special program has been arrang
ed. Dr. Louis Magin ot Salem, dis
trict superintendent, had been ln
Yitef to speak but will not be able
to do so because of illness of his
pRurrrs mote to town
LIBERTY, Jan. 16. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold " Pruitt, who haw
been . Urine in an . apartment at
the William Zosel home have
moved to the Hollywood district
in Salem, .
en 1 II IDE
PROFIT TAKING IS
' CHICAGO, Jan. l.-(;p)-Moder-ate
setbacks took place in grain
values , today, as an accompani
ment of liberal profit taking
brought about largely because of
almost 8 cents recent advance.
A somewhat general disposition
to purchase only on price declines
was manifest much of the time,
and various commission houses
advised patrons it wuold be well
to await developments as to pub
lic participation In trading. The
ground urge was that a further
advance . of commodity prices
would depend for the most part
on buying power shown.
Wheat closed unsteady, 1-1
cents under yesterday's finish,
corn and oats both down,
and provisions unchanged to a
rise of 10 cents.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May 90-; July
88-; September 89.
Com May 53-; July 56
55; September 5.
Oats Mar 38: July 3791:
PORTLAND, Ore., Jsn. 16. (API
Produce exchinge, net prices: Butter
Extras 16e, stsndards 10c, prime firsts
19c firsts 18e. Ems Fresh extras l&e.
fresh mediums 16c.
Portland Grain 1
PORTLAND. Ore.. Jaa. 16. (AP)
Wheat Open High Low Clots
May 75H 75 75H 75
July 74 H 74 H 74 tt 74 tt
Cash Big Bead bluestem "jc; dark
hard winter 13 per cent 80 He. 11 per
cent 75c; soft white, western white, hard
winter, northers spring, western red 72c.
Oats So. 2 white SZ2.50.
Corn Ne. 2E yellow 823 50.
Millrun Standard 813.00.
POBTLAN'D, Ore, Jsn. 16. (AP)
Butter Prints, extras 20tte. standards
Butterfat--Portland delivery: A grade
15-18e peund; farmer's door delivery 18
14e pouad. Sweet cream Se higher.
Eggs Pacifie poultry producers'
selling price: Fresh eatrss 18c, standards
16c, medium 16e dozen. Buying price by
wholesalers: Fresh extras 16c, firsts 14e,
mediums 12c, undergrade 10c pallets 10c
Cheese 03 score. Oregon triplets
Be; loaf 10c ponod. Brokers will pay
tte below quotations.
Milk Contract price, 4 per eent,
Portland delivery 81.95 cwt; B grade
cresm 87 He pound.
Country meats Selling price to re
tailers: Country killed hogs, best butch
ers, tinder 150 pounds 7-7tte; Testers
SO to 100 pounds Be; light and thia
5-6c; heavy calves 4-5e; iambs 12-lSe
pound; heavy ewes 4-Tc pound; medians
cows 8-5e pound; eanner cows 2-Sc
ponnd; bulls 4tte pound.
Mohair Buying price, nominal.
Casears bark Buying price, 1933
peel, 2 tt e pound.
Hops 1933 clusters 25-31e pound.
Live poultry Portland delivery, buy
ing prices: Colored fowls, nnder 5tt
pounds ll-12c, ever pounds 1213c;
spring pullets, . 2 to 2tt pounds 1213c;
roasters over 8tt lbs. 1213c; Leghorn
fowls, ever 8tt lbs. 9 10, under 84 lbs.
B-10c; broilers IK to 8 pounds 12-lSe,
2 peunds and up ll-12c; stags 6c; roos
ters 5c. Colored ducks 11c; geese 10c
Onions TaVima $1.40 1.60; Oregon
Potatoes Local white and red $1.15
1.25 cental: Yakima f 1.15-1.40; Des
chntes 81.45 cental.
Wool 1033 clip nominal; Willamette
valley 12-2 jo pound; eastern Oregon 18
21c ponnd; southern Idabe 16-20c pound.
Hay Buying price from producer:
Alfalfa-Ko. 1. new crop $16-16.50 j vetch
815: Willamette Taller timothy 815:
eastern Oregon timothy! $17.50; oats $1&
PORTLAJfD, Ore., Jan. 16. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 85, calres 10; slightly
Steers, good, common snd msdiura 83
6. Heifers, common snd medium $2,75
5. Cows, good 83.35-3.85, common sad
medium 82.50-3.35, low cutter and cotter
81.50-2.50. Balls, cutter snd medium 82
3. , Veslers. good and choice 85-6, soil,
common and medium 82.50-5. Calves, good
and choice 8 4-5, common and medium
Hers Receipts 850; active, steady.
Lightweight, good snd choice $3.85
4.75, medium weight, good and choice
84.10-4.75, heavyweight, good and choice
83.60i4.25. Packing sows, medium Bad
good $2-75-3.50. Feeder stocker pigs,
good and choice $3.25-8.65.
Sheep Receipts 50; stsedy.
Lambs, good and choice $8.50-7.28,
common snd medium 85-6.50. Yearllag
wethers $3-5. Ewes $1.50-2.75.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 'SS Srandurd RtsHsties Oe.)
STOCK A VI RAGES
50 30 30 80
lad'Is RB's TJt's Total
Tsdav 85.7 48.1 76.1 84.t
Previous dsy 95.5
Year sco - - 53.1
4S.S 75.S 84.S
43.T 5.8 TS.4
3T.I 92.4 56.1
98.S 161.4 124.S
68.0 US. 7 96.9
2S.S 61.1 48.9
3 rears aeo
Hieh 1983-84 102.1
Low 1933-S4 42 .
90 20 30 60
Ind'ls BR's TJt's Total
75.8 79.4 81.3 78.8
Previous dsy 75.4 78.8 80.7 7J.J
Week are -
Tea ace 65.5 64.4 84.S ?1.4
;"... aa i ios.s e 7 9T.6
wfrh 1933-14 77.1 84.9 88.S 88.
i-ow 1983-34 68.3 57.0 74.1 63.6
Western Wool in
Better Demand at
BOSTON. Jan. l.-flPy-(TJ. 8.
Dept. Agr.) -Trading was broader
than a week ago on western
grown wools and inquiries were
marm fteanent on fleeces. The
bulk of the sales on western
grown wool consisted of the finer
lines at prices that showed a
strengthening tendency. French
combing 64s and finer territory
wools brought mostly S0-S 2 cents
scoured basis tor graded lines.
Strictly combing 58s, 60s,
blood territory wool realized 82-
84 cents scoured basis.
HOME PROM HOSPITAL
LIBERTY, Jan. II. Mri.
Walter Welderkehr has returned
home from the hospital. Her fro
boys, Bobby and Ralph, who hare
been staying with grandparents
and attending school in Hubbard,
will come home soon.
SEQUEL TO ADVANG
.- tirade B raw 4 nil:,,
co-op pool price, 91-52 per
IsTilst sued aa semi-aiontUx
Distributor price 12.10.
Butterfat Top 15c,
prints 19 c, cubes 21c.
Prices paid to growers by Salem buyers
(The prices below, supplied by a local
grocer, are indicative of the daily market,
but are sot guaranteed by The Statesman.)
PKU1TS AVD VEGETABLES
Leek, dos. bunches ... .40
Broccoli, Bosebnrg, Ne. 1 1.00
Cranberries. bhl. . 2.65
Italian broccoli, hif
Parsnips, box lug
Turnips, box hg
Rutabagas, box lug
Brussels sprouts, lug
gg plant, local
Cabbage, ewt .
Green peppers, Calif., lb.
Onions, das. bunches
.90 to 1.15
, .75 to 1.00
.SO to 1.40
1.10 to 1.43
1.40 to 1.50
.2 .50 to 8.00
California, dry pack
Onions. Yakima, ewt.
Beets, local, dot.
Taraips, local, doz,
Carrots, local, dos.
Spinach, local, crate
Bananas, lb. on stalk
Avacador. crate .
Sqnash, Danish, dos.
Tomirtoea, Calif, pack, lug
California, ease ..
Grapes, Em pore r
Sweet potatoes, lb.
Cluster, 1933, lb .
.25 to .35
Filberts, lb. 12 tt to
Walnuts, lb 12 tt to
Extras , .'.
Dressed turkeys, Ko. 1 ,
Spring lambs, top
Hogs. 160 to 200 lbs.
120 to 160 lbs.
..3.75 to 4.00
..2.75 to 3.00
.03 to .05
,01tt to .02
.02 to .02 tt
OTer 200 lbs.
Dressed veal, top
GRAIN AKD HAY
WTipat. western red
White. Ko. 1
Barley, feed, Ko. 1 ton
Oats, feed, tea
Barley, malting, top
Osts, milling, ton
Hay, haying prices
.50 to .65
2.75 to 8.25
3.25 to 4.00
.75 to 1.00
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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55 Poems suitable for singing
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DOnS GO AHEAD AS
STOCKS HOLD FIRM
NEW YORK, Jan.
Stocks today showed what Wall
Street calls a "firm undertone";
new buying was sufficient to bal
ance heavy profit - taking sales,
with something to spare in a ma
jority of instances, and the net
change was a minor fractional
advance for the averages.
Bonds went busily ahead with
t h e 1 r advance and the dollar
staged a ratner emphatic recov
ery, especially against European
gold currencies. Wheat and cot
ton sagged under realizing. Trad
ing in most markets was again
brisk, stock turnover totaling 3,- '
477,550 shares or not much un
American Telephone, Case.
Chrysler and Allied Chemical lost
a point or two on the day. Elec
trical equipment issues were pop
ular, while the mail order shares
also firmed. Montgomery Ward
announced a $5.25 payment on
class "A" stock dividend accumu
lations, which was taken as a
sign ot better earnings. J. C.
Penney's December sales volume'
directed attention to that stock.
Steels moved briskly in the morn
ing, then simmered down, U. S.
Steel closing i higher, though
the preferred did better.
START 4-H PROJECTS
JEFFERSON, Jan. 16. Mis
Frances Pierce, E. B. Redmond,
Harley Libby, Guy Aupperle, and
Mrs. Ethel Gulrin compose the
committee on 4-H club work to be
started in the high and grade
school here. Five projects are to
be taken, sewing, cooking, live
stock, poultry and forestry. This
work will be done separate from
regular school work.
Ost and retch, ton
Alfalfa, valley, first cut
Liberty at Trade Sts.
We Undersell Any
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