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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salera. Oregon, Sunday Morning, Febrnary 4. 1934
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tion. HELP WANTED
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HELP WANTED MALE
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tnent nrmieees. -iei. io or
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with famous Wat-Ins products In Sa
nn.iiuH axtahlLshed. earnings
average tZS weekly, pay starts lmrae
-lately, write J. " wausino i.iuihiij,
4516 Hoi US St., Uiuano, ww.
RT1CATJT INCOME I will start you
with a household supply mute paytac.
vp to t2-50 a week. No experience
MMkiL New Ford Sedan aJven to
producers. Write quick. Albert Mills,
SIM Monmoutn, Cincinnati, u.
:Prtlble miner, can direct few,
senior, single. Intelligent working men
Interested in mining, developing pros
nects. No investment, otner require
menu Box 839, care Statesman.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Special employment for married
women. $15 weekly and your dresses
free representing nationally known
Fash ten Frocks. No canvassing. No
investment. Send dress slse. Fasliion
Frocks, Dept. N-5270, Cincinnati. Olilo.
LADIES : Copy names and addresses
pare time for mail order firms. Good
Sar. Experience unnecessary. Stamp
rinars details. Holt Service, Nichols,
COPT NAMES for mall dealers
Others engaged in this fascinating
work earning- uo to 125.00 weekly
8t mD brings particulars. Hallway
Service, Long Beach, Calif.
. Earn extra money copying names.
addresses for mail order firms. Home
soare time, experience unnecessary.
Write for information. Circle Advertis
ing. 401 Broadway, New York.
Special work for mothers who need
$14 weekly at once. No canvassing,
experience, or investment Give dress
rlze. Dept. 22109, Harford Frocks,
GREATEST OPPORTUNITY offer
ed life, health and accident salesmen
desirous of buUding monthly renewal
Income. Few general agents wanted.
Write Southern Protective Union, Den
High school boy
wants work on
Inquire 1020 N.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Must dispose of large quantity of
Id growth fir and cedar posts. Deliver
ny amount. Priced for quick sale. Call
1713, 1 to 5 p. m.
Saw gumming and sharpening
oil E. Four Cor-srm. Tel. 41(0.
Complete set of drums and traps.
$15. Ill a High at Crazy Crystal. Co.
Genuine Mexican tamales. Tel. 4777.
Well rotted manure, also sand loam.
Dry old fir wood. 1497 N. Fifth.
60 tons of mixed vetch and clover
lay extra good for dairy feed.
Telephone 5459, Salem.
Haircut. 20c. 1614 N. Com!
VOR SALE Triple-X-Marshall and
Oregon strawberry plant. TeL 61F15.
First mortgage on good No. 1 farm,
sear -Salem, 25 discount for cash.
Box 4O0, care Statesman.
WANTED Best used woman's bi
cycle that $12.50 will buy. TeL 4373
Sunday after 10 a. m.
Ladles beautiful silk hoso, slightly
hnoerfect, 5 pairs $1.00, postpaid, sat
isfaction gtiaranted. Economy Hosiery
Co.. Asheboro, N. C.
Wood range $9, beater $4. Fine con
dition. TeL Z0F3.
FOR 8 ALE T good weanling pigs,
white. $!. a. Hugh Harris, Rt. 4.
Bx. llft-O. (Take Par. hwy. 5 ml. So.
4 wheeled trailer for sale or trade
for freah cow or chickens. TeL C8F6.
"WANTED Good used desk and of
flee table. State price. Box 100, care
I'd to $20.00 each paid for Indian
bead cents: half cent $125.00: large
etpeT cents $50.0, eta Send dim
for list. RQMANOCOIN&HOP, Sjprtag-
Haircuts ISo-SOa lOi & Winter.
Free. W pick up dead worthless
horses, eowa, aneep. TeL; 4SS9.
Presrwtfs accommodation arbr
ahorv 104 Oak St, haircut ZM, snare
T- OOVERXMENT JOBS. START
tli-$m MONTH. I coach 25 FREE
Corneas Salem examinations, mes
women. lS-SO,- Steady-' Ust poalttons
and full particulars FREE. Apply to-
ay. Sox 12931V care statesman.
FOR RENT ROOBIS
Warm sleeping rooms for women.
Kitchen privilege. Tel. 449s.
Heated sleeping room, 444 S. High.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board and room with laundry. (20.
Steam heat. good, pleasant home. 928
Board-room. lS Court TsL t!71
Board, room, 7S4 Ferry. Tel. 75.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Fnrnlahed ant. with private bath.
Single room wrth private shower. 200
N. CapItoL TeL
Small, turn, apt, StO Union.
Furnished heated apt, 444 a High.
Furn. J R. apt, 243 8. Winter.
2-3 room furn. apta, One large sleep
ing room, S40 Unkm.
FOR RENT HOUSES
S It furn. bouse. TeL 179.
Furn. and unfum. housea R. i
Forkner. 1610 N. Cottage. TeL X03L
Furn. house. CaU 534 N. 15th.
Mod. 4 K. cottage, north river road,
garden, garage, etc. Walter Pearmlne.
Modern six room home at 1790 N.
Summer St., $25 per month.
SEE W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 South Liberty Street
4 room house including new range
and heater, 2210 Breyman St., 913.50
Modern, furnished house, 4 rooms
and nook, $25.00.
6 room bouse, $17.50.
102 V. S. Nat l. Bank Bldg.
Furn. house, close in, 3 rooms an
nook. $12.50. 920 Mill St.
52 A. improved farm, close In, reas
onable rent Or will sell on easy terms.
See GEORGE VICK
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.,
1S4 S. Liberty Street Tel. 6468.
WANTED TO RENT
Ust your vacant houses with Bech
tel or Thoroason. 341 State. We have
tenants on waiting list. We have for
rent nire apt. for rent, $12.
FOR SALE Real Estate
GOOD BUYS IN REASONABLY
Well located 0 room cottage, plenty
of built Ins, good plumbing, fireplace,
basement, garage, east front lot with
tree and shrubs, street paved and
walks m. Price only $2200, cash 1-3,
Large earner lot on paved street.
new 5 room plastered house not quite
completed. A real BARGAIN at only
$975 wkh terms.
6 room comfortable house, double
garage, comer lot 92x108 ft., some
fruit trees. Priced very low at $850.
To close an estate will sell a neat S
room plastered cottage wKh plumbing,
electric lights, corner lot, paved-street
Price only $650.
ir you are thinking of buying a
home, SEE I S before choosing.
CHILDS & MILLER, Realtors
344 State Street TeL 670S.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
To buy a new modern 4 room home
with dinette, Just completed, located
at 1155 N. 18th St., has oak floors in
3 rooms, full cement basement fur
nace. fireplace, tile drain board, plenty
of built ins, lot 50x137. garage, east
front. Price for IMMEDIATE SALE.
$2200. $260 down, bal. $25 per mo. to
include int. at 6, IMMEDIATE POS
SESSION. If you want a BARGAIN
here It is.
SEE W. IL GRABENHORST A CO.,
134 S. Liberty St. TeL M68.
20 A. Improved farm, best of land.
Price including 15 A. raJish seed con
tract. .Price fs::00.00. Terms.
See GhlORUE VrCK
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.,
13 4 S. Liberty St. Tel. 6468.
Lot special 2 lots, eacli 50x120.
one on paving with paring paid, BOTH
LAJTS OM.1 42o. Socolofsky & Son
rlrst Natl. Bank Eldg.
BUYS AND TRADES
$1000 buys well located 5 A. E. of
$2500 5 A. 5 R. "hoi use, electric wa
ter system, barn, fruit. Close to Sa
lem, wants bouse in town.
$3000. 6 IL house on fine large
creek lot. basement, furnace. Has
$1600 mtg. Will take small house for
$2950. ( rooms. Hardwood floors,
fireplace, banement, furnace, garage.
$1700 nearly new 4 R. plastered
home with basement. Paving paid.
Will take car.
Service sta. and store. 2 Dumps. Fine
store business. Modern living quarters.
Can -show, good business. Don't fail to
R. A. FORKNER
1810 N. Cottage Tet 3031.
lent terms, paving and taxes paid.
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ii A. stock farm, completely equip
ped. A real snap at $7000.00. Easy
room house. 1 A. ground on paved
street $1800.00. Easy terms.
room mod. home. 1 lota $3500.
We want houses to rent.
J. F. ULR1CH REALTORS
St State Tel. 8872.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
9 acres for sale or trad for small
house, 1145 Nebraska, TeL 2004.
4-room house Mt Angel, for Salem
or 7 room house. G. B., Mt Angel,
Ore.. P. O. Box 60.
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15 acres clear: of Incumbrances,
trade for small place near Salem and
Good service station and store with
modern residence on the coast; trade
for small place near Salem, will as
sure. H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. Tel. 1902.
$2500. Good five A. tract, good SolL
about 2 acres hi fruit and berries,
housa, rooms, hath, elec. lights, trade
tor housa la Salem.
Choice 1H A. tract to Lebanon with
house. Trade for good iome la Salem
Will pay cash difference. What aavt
I BECHTEL or THOMASON
$41 State Street
65 A-, 15 A. in cultivation, soma tim
ber, spring, oa good macadam road,
4 A. all In cultivation, 1H snL from
Salem, fine soil, small bouse $1110.
Melvto Johnson. 273 State Si. TsL ITfi
Facts . . .
Ex-President Woodrow Wilson
died 10 years ago yesterday.
The automobiles sold during
the first eight months in 1935
were as follows:
Total 8 mo.
Charles Lindbergh Is 32 years
We understand that there is
another $10 sucker list of pic
tures to be published in Salem
Something decidedly new in ad
vertising will appear in the Tues
day morning's Statesman. The
Statesman will be the first paper
on the coast to run these ads.
Watch for them.
FOR SALE FARMS
120 A. 5 miles from Salem, all be
cultivated, partly fenced, spring wa
ter, suitable for general farming. iZ4io
with $240 down, balance 6, very
First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Want 5-10 acre place for garden
and chickens, on highway, suitable
for roadside stand spies. Will pay 10
of gross income at payments. This
win include any money received as
wages if I work out.
E M.. PATTOHf, Clatskanle, Oregon
Drug store for sale, stock and fix
tures. Thriving town, 35 mln. drive
from Salem. Cheap if sold at onos.
P. O. Box 133, Portland.
Machinist can get lathe Job if he
has $125.00 cash to buy my tour-room
shack, free pressure water, lots wood.
NRA conditions. Extra money can be
made repairing cars.
K. M. PATTON, Clatskanle, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN
1 to 10 months to repay at lowest pos
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st Nan. Bank Bldg. Phone $55$
Licensed -y State
Short of Cash?
Borrow $100-$150-$200 or MORE from
us! Repay In from 1 to 2ft months, ac
cording to your present income.
Come In I Writs I "Phone I
S OCTET T
Member of NRA
Room 119, New Bllgh Bldg 2nd floor
LICENSED No. 8-122 by STATE
StS Stat St.
TsL $ 7 4
Funds for farm loans now available
5 H : long term.
Hawkins & Roberts
Guardian Blds Tel. 4109.
$ $ SALART LOANS $ $
5 to 30 DOLLARS ON
TOUR PLAIN NOTE
No interest deductions, you receive
full amount applied for. One to
months time. All loans confidential
STATE LOAN CO.. 212 Oregon Bid?.
Telephone 7783. Lie by State S-165,
First mortgage notes for sals. Cash
paid for Home Loan Bonds.
P. II. BELL, 202 Oregon Bldg.
MONEY: Wanted farm or city
loans. Musr- be good security.
CHILDS & MILLER, Mtge. Loans
S44 State Street Tel. 6703
Old fir. IS". $4.75. Tel. 8390.
Phone Tracy, 358$ for dry wood.
Can 4SF14. All wood. Smith Rubens.
Dry old fir. oak. TeL 9769,
Tel 500 Salem Fuel Co Trade
Cot 1 age
Second growth and old fir woad.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wei la
Shed Dry Old Fir
Contract hauling. TeL 874$.
Cheap wood. TeL 4527.
Dry wood. 1295 D" St. TeL 4574.
Dry wood, priced right TeL 7083.
Dry wood that Is dry.
Dry fir. ash. $4 cd. TeL 5278.
Dry wood. Tel. 4418.
LOST AND FOUND
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LOST Black collapsible shopping
nag containing legal papers. Sat. Jan.
zi. Leave at Nelmeyers drug store.
A "new deal" for lonely tolka Writ
for sealed information to P. O. Box
594. St. Paul, Minn. .
-EPILEPSY EPILEPTICS! Detroit
lady finds complete relief for hus
band. Specialists home abroad, failed.
Nothing to sell. All letters answered.
Mrs. Geo. Dempster, Apt E-118, (900
Larayetf Blvd. West. Detroit. Mich.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Repossessed Cars at
Borrego's Car Market
W have a good assortment of
Model T Ford and other low
140 N. Liberty Tel 1(S$
FOR SALE USED CARS
fts credit at Bonesteela's on new
Plymouth or Dodge for sale for (40.
See Kletxing at Statesman office.
GOOD USED AUTOMOBILES
1929 Ford Sedan, all new Urea
1920 Nash Standard Six Coups with
1330 Reo Sedan, all new tires and
1928 Durant Coach, good condition
1929 Ford panel deliver;
1939 Ford panel delivery
1929 International pickup
1932 International 1 ton stz cylin
der truck with all new tires,
S2xt ten ply. Extra -good body.
We are going to sell these automo
biles and trucks. Make us an offer.
JAMES H. MADEN CO. INC.
SS9 N. High Street Telephone S590.
'21 Ford Tudor DeLuxe. A-l condl
Uon. Reasonable. Consider cheaper car
as part 1140 N. CapitoL TeL 7SSS.
McKay's Used Cars
"Chevrolet Gives More"
Star Touring ,,
'28 Star Coupe
'29 Chevrolet Sedan
'SO Essex Sedan
29 Buick Sedan
32 Nash S Sedan
$125 TO $425
Eight to choose from. Solve your
trucking problem here.
333 Center 43ft- N. Com'L
Valley Motor Co.
1932 Ford Victoria
932 Ford Standard Coupe
931 Ford Cabriolet
1930 Ford Coach
1930 Ford Roadster
1926 Ford Coupe, Ruxtell ,
931 Studebaker Coupe ,
929 Chrysler "ii" Sedan
1930 Austin Coup
l28 Dodge 4 Sedan
931 Chevrolet Coupe, wire
931 Ford L. W. B. Truck 395.00
928 Dodge Panel DeL 200.00
929 Ford L. W. B. Truck 175.00
Center Street Marlon ft Liberty
Tel. 3158 TeL 7910.
Pontlac '30 Coach. fln condition
Sell cheap or take smaller car as part.
vyv xsortn capitol.
'.. ,i . - rifyinriAf
'29 Ford Coach, good condition. Tak
moaei t or Chev. as part TeL 8549,
We haVA 1 R urorl ra r m trt aKwn
w. m V V.IWW
frem. If it's a used car you want see
us before you buv.
SALEM AUTO COMPANY
35 N. TJom'l. Tel. 4673.
W'ant best value in small car. or win
trade larger one. Write full dotaii
There will be approximately
340 candidates for state, district
and federal offices at the primary
election to be held May 18, David
O'Hara, In charge of the elections
bureau of the state department.
said Saturday. A large number of
these candidates will contest seats
In the state senate and house of
The law provides that candi
dates shall file their declarations
by April 3 The fees range from
110 for state representatives and
senators to Si 00 for governor and
representatives in congress. There
were 435 office seekers at the
election two years ago with fees
Candidates have authority to
file by petition providing they do
not desire to pay the filing fee.
The only federal offices to be
filled at this year's elections are
he three representatives in con
States offices to be filled include
governor, two Beats on the state
suimjue court, superintendent of
public instruction, and slate labor
commissioner. District offices in
clude 14 circuit judges, eight dis
trict attorneys, 16 state senator
ial seats and 60 seats in the house
BETHEL., Feb. 3 Bethel local
of the Farmers' Union meets
Monday night, February 5. Sen
ator Spaulding will be the prin
cipal speaker. Refreshments will
BRUSH COLLEGE, Feb. 3.
Approximately 100 persons at
tended open house at Brush Col
lege grange Friday night when 37
guests from Monmouth, Buell,
Rickreall and Dallas granges were
present. Third and fourth degrees
were conferred upon nine candi
dates. Including Mr. and Mrs. O.
D. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Franklin and Mr. and Mr3. W. M.
Stoddard of Brush College grange
and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gillette of
Monmouth, and A. Rtney of Rick
reall. The degree work being exe
cuted by the newly installed
Brush College grange officers.
Short talks concerning their
work were given by masters of
the various granges including R.
B. Swenson, Monmouth, Claude
Larkin, Rickreall, and Dr. Peter
son, Dallas. Mrs. W. D. Henry,
lecturer, was in charge of pro
gram numbers given by the Maun-
aloa Mandolin and Guitar club
from the Priscilla Meislnger stu
dio of Salem,
T. C. Ewlng, chairman of the
Brush College agricultural com
mittee, gare a full report of the
interesting meeting at Dallas this
week of the entire agricultural
committees of Polk county
granges nnder the leadership of
Ralph Beck, county agent, when
work for the year was outlined
for the granges. The Brnsh Col
lege, grange home economics com
mittee with Mrs. A. E. L'tely as
chairman, served a lunch la the
dining room at the close of the
1 CHS III
Cards la this directory rum
on a monthly basis only. Bate:
9)1.00 per line per month.
Mike Panek, 175 South Commercial.
New and used. Tires, Repairing.
HARRY W. SCOTT, 14J a ComX St
Burt Crary, the caterer. TeL (753.
Hulda Helps Hostessea TeL 6943.
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northness.
DR. a L. SCOTT. PSC. Chiropractor,
256 N. High. Tel. Res. 8752.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets, ftttl-
eral wreaths, decorations, c r, Brett'
haupt, florist 677 Court TeL 6904.
ALL km da of floral work. Luta Flor
ist. 16th ft Market TeL 9592.
189 N. High
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WElDER LAUNDRY
263 S. High TeL 912$.
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
First in Quality and Service
Telephone 3165 1284 Broadway.
CAPITOL CITY BEDDING CO.
3030 N. Capitol
New mattress made to order, old re
made : carpet cleaning, sizing : fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rug ft Mat
tress Factory. S. 13th ft Wilbur. TeL
8441. Otto F. Zwicker. Est. 1911.
GEO. C. WILL Pianos, radios, sewing
machines, sheet music and piano stu
dies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machines, 432 State Street,
L. G. Altman, M. D. Homeopathlst.
Office and residence 507 Center St
Tel. 5822. Treats both acute and
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, 215 S. Commercial Tele-
Central Radio Service. TeL 3747
Guaranteed repairs. 225 N. High.
MOORE RADIO SERVICE
Telephone 3797 At Hollywood Radio
BKCKE ft HEXDRTCKS. Tel. 447.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wlrs fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooks, logan hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 2(2
Chemekfta. Tel. 4774. R. B. Fleming.
E. E. Wiggins, 1 ml. N. Pacific Hwy.
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
call 3111, Lanrnr Transfer Go. TrucXa
to Portland dally.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. J2
State St TeL 7773. Distributing for
warding' and storaso our specialty.
Get our rates.
Tnick for hire. Tel. 6274.
R. A. West, 89 years experience, RFU
7, Box 20S. TeL 110F6.
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1934, Standard Statistics Co.)
SO 20 20 90
Indls. RR'l TJts. Total
103. 53.4 82.4 92.0
102.2 62.5 81.7 90.9
99.1 49.S 78.4 87.4
49.2 28.6 82.2 51.8
3 years ago .
218.8 141.2 220.2 304.9
High 1934 103.4
63.4 82.4 92.0
Low 1934 u 89.1
41.8 64.S 77.5
(1926 average equals 100.)
".ew i34 high.
20 20 - 20 60
Indls. RB's. Vts. Total
Today 75.5 85.5 8.0 83.7
Previous day 79.2 85.0 85.T 83.3
Week ago 77.5 82.S 8S.S 81.3
Tear ago 63.6 6401 82.2 70.1
3 years ago 88.8 103.0 98.9 98.9
High, 1934 79.5 65.5 86.9 83.7
Low 1934 72.8 74.1 7?.2 74.8
(1926 verg equals 100.)
Sew 19S4 tugfa.
Sales of Wool at
BOSTON, Feb. 2.-(JP)-V. S.
Dent Agr.i-The market for
greasy wools at Boston was most
ly very slow this week. Scattered
sales of limited volume were re
ported on practically all grades
of territory wools and on the me
dium and low grade fleeces. Fine
fleeces and Texas wools were
quiet. Quotations were generally
steady to Arm. Spot foreign wools
were Inactive but steady as for
eign markets were lndlned to
ease. Demand continued fair on
several types -of wool suitable for
the woolen trade.
SECURITY PITS All
NEW YORK, Feb. .--Mar
kets were virtually unanimous in
their forward, movement today
and trading on most exchanges.
especially those handling securi
ties and currency transactions,
was very active.
By declining against foreign
moneys the dollar as&omed a
more normal direction, though it
still maintained substantial pre
miums over French francs and
sterling. The American unit was
down abruptly at the opening.
then rallied for a time, bnt finally
dropped again, French francs,
closing 6.33 cents, were up one
tenth cent and, the pound at
4.93 was 6tt cents higher.
Stocks overcame early profit
taking and climbed to a strong
finish which saw general gains of
1 to 3 points. Bonds, In the sec
ond busiest Saturday on record,
held their momentum, although
much of the betterment was in
issues offering the largest yields
Cotton reached new highs since
July and wheat gained around a
cent. Silver futures brightened a
cent or more.
"Shares looked best in the indus
trial group where merchandising
rail equipment, steels and motors
enjoyed good sponsorship. The
advance was accompanied by the
familiar lag in ticker reports on
floor transactions as sales swell
ed to 32,081,170 shares, the big
gest two-hour volume since last
summer. The bond ticker, bur
dened with a turnover of approx
imately 117,000,000 par value,
closed about three quarters of an
PORTLAND, Ore.. Feb. S. (AP)
Produce exchange, net prices: Batter
Extra 22 He. tundarda 22c, prima firsts
22c, firiti 21e. Eggi Freih extras 17e,
iieh medium 15c.
POETLAXD, Ore.. Feb. 3. (AP)
Wheat Open High Low Close
May .75H 75 75 75
July 74 74 74 74
Cash Bir Bend bluestem 76c; dark
hard winter, 12 per cent, 81; 11 per
cent, 76c ; soft white, western white,
hard winter, northers kpring, western red,
Oats No. 2 white $23.
Corn Ho 2E yellow 123.23.
Mi lira n Standard 13.
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 8. (AP)
Butter Prints extras 24 c? standards.
Batterfat Portland delivery ; A grade
2 l-22c pound: farmer'a door delivery 19
19c pound. Sweet cream, 5c higher.
Esgs Pacific poultry producers'
sellin. prices: Fresh extras 17c. stsnd-
srdi 16e, mediums lSe doien. Bnyin.
price by wholesalers: Fresh extras 16c,
firsts 14c. medium lze, nndergrsds 10c,
pullets 10c doxen.
Country meats Selling pries to re
tailers: Country killed hos, best butch
ers, under 150 pounds 7 -8c. Vealers,
90 to 100 pounds 9 9He; light snd thin
6-7c. Heavy calves 5-6e pound. Lambs
1314c pound. Heavy ewea 4-7e pound.
Medium cows 8 -3c pound: canner cows
2hi ie pound. Bulls 4-Se pound.
Cheese 92 score Oregon triplets
10H: loo- 12e pound. Brokers will pay
hie below quoiations.
Milk Contract price 4 per cent,
Portland delivery SI. 95 cwt. B grade
cream 37c pound.
Mohair Buying price, nominal.
Cascara bark Euying price, 1933
Hops 1933 clusters, S5-30e pound.
Live poultry Portland delivery, buy
ing prices: Colored fowls, - under Shi
pounds 1213c, over 5 pounds ll-12c
Spring pullets, 2 to pounds, 13-1 4e.
Roasters, over 8ft pounds 13-14. Leg
horn fowls, over ZM pounds 9-10e, under
8 pounds. 8 9c. Broilers, 1H to 2
pounds. 13-lle. Stags, 6c. Roosters, 5c.
Pekin ducks, 15c. Geese, 10c pound.
Onions Yakima S1.40-1.S0; Oregon
12 2.25 cental.
Potatoes Local white and red $1.25-
I. 85 cental; Yakima S1.45; , Deschutes
II. 75; Bakers 2.
Wool 1934 clip, sominal: Willam
ette valley 2 25c pound; easettn Ore
gon 2 0-2 6c pound; southern Idaho 16
Hay Baying prico from producer:
Alalfa, Ko. 1. new crop $15. Vetch 813.
Willamette valley timothy $15. Easura
Oregon timothy $17. Timothy grasses,
blended $15. Oats $12.50 ten.
of 50c Cental
LABISH CENTER.. Feb. 3 In
active market conditions charac
terized by downward trends have
featured the local onion market.
Another 25c a hundred drop in
price quotations has been experi
enced this week, making present
quotations 50c a hundred lower
than that of two weeks ago, when
12 was being offered. Very few
sales are being made, althongh
large quantities are being pre
pared for market and placed in
storage at various points.
Meets February 16
The mid-winter meeting of the
board of trustees of Willamette
university has been set tor 10
a. m. Friday, Feb. 16 at the First
Methodist ejiurch In Portland.
Call for the meeting has been
made by A. M. Smith, president
oVtbe board. At this meeting it is
expected that petitions ef stu
dents requesting' investigation
with a view to lifting the ban on
student dancing will be up for
Here on Friday
Closing a special membership
campaign the Fraternal order of
Eagles will hold the last initiation
of the drive at Fraternal temple
Friday night, Feb. 9. Thomas L.
Lockhart, state organizer. Is pre
paring a class for Initiation, that
night. A full attendance of mem
bers is desired, with free beer
and eats offered as special attrac
tirade B raw milk,
co-op pool price, 91JS3 per
ttOlk lased e,
ased sa sead-aMataiy
Distributor price $2.10.
Battel Top aoe.
Prints 23 He; cubes 25
Prices paid te growers by galea bajers
(The price btlow. supplied by a local
grocsr. sn indicative of the daily starket.
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Baraks . bos lag ,
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Egg plant, local
Cabbage, ewi ..
,0 ts 1.15
Preea popper. Calif.,
Onions, dos. buehes
.TS to 1.09
.105 t 1.85
.1.10 to 1.45
OmUfBT-in. r- pack 5.0 to 1 .25
caoioraia, lead 2.75 to 1.25
Onion XnbUh - - t
Celery, doi. - jsq
Celery Hearts .90
California. erste 2.65
Beets, local, sex.
Carrots, local, dox.
Spinach, local crate
Bananas, lb. oa stalk
Squash, Danish, dox.
Tomatoes. California, esse
bweet potatoes. Itv .
draper ruit. Florida
California . .
Cluster, 1933, lb., ton .
Filberts, lb. 12,4 to
Walnuts, lb. , .. .12ft ts
Light hens .
Soring lambs, tnn ..
Hogs. 160 to 200 lbs
120 to 160 lbs.
Over 200 lbs.
Steers ., ..
2 75 to 8.00
.03 to .es
0)1 4 to .024
.02 to .02
Dressed veal, top
Dressed hoc ..
OSAIir AND HAT
Wheat, western red .58
White, Ko. 1 .60
Bsrley. feed. Ko. 1 ton 14.00
Oats. feed, ton 14.0V
Barley, malting, top to on
Oats, milling, ton .... 19.00
Hay, baring prices
Oats and vetch, ton 12.00
Alfalfa, valley, first cut 14.00
Clover hay 12.00
Wool, medium .25
Mrs. Amanda Moore
Passes at Woodburn
WOODBURN, Feb. S. Mrs
Amanda Moore. 77, mother of
Mrs. Lena A. Prickle, pastor of
the Foursquare Gospel church of
Woodburn, passed away at the
home of her daughter on First
street Tuesday. The remains were
shipped to Portland by the Beech-ler-Kilian
mortuary of Woodburn.
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CHICAGO, Feb. !.-(;p)-Broad-ened
general baying led to 1 5-S
cents advance in the wheat mar
ket today simultaneously with a
brisk aptarn of securities.
Baying et wheat was baaed
largely on reports that crop de
terioration from drought eenth
west and west had become acuta,
and that belief in cold ware dam
age to soft wheat appeared to he
widening. Word that the grata ex
change code would soon be ap
proved at Washington was like
wise construed as bullish, and so
too were advices that exports of
United States wheat would soon
be stimulated through gotern
Wheat closed unsettled, 7-t to
1 1-4 above yesterday's finish,
corn 1-4 to 1-2 up. oats 1-S to 1-3
advanced, and provisions un
changed to a rise of 10 cents.
Today's closing quotations :
Wheat -May 92 1-4 to 3-8:
July 91 1-8 to 1-4; September 2.
Corn May 52 1-2 to 5-S; July
54 3-8 to 1-2; September 56 1-4.
Oats May 38 1-8 to 1-4; July
37 1-2; September 37 1-4.
PRICE 1 CUBES UP
PORTLAND, Feb. S.-HVPi-The
price on cube butter was ad
vanced lc all along during the
weekend session of the exchange
with butterfat buying prices up
a similar sum.
Even though there was an ad
vance quoted for standard eggs
on the produce exchange for the
weekend session, no changes oc
curred on the general market.
The co-ops were still naming for
mer values and the general trade
was making no changes.
There was an extreme shortage
of young chickens and both
springs and broilers were higher
for the better sorts in the local
trade. An advance was again be
ing named on Pekin dncks.
Without price change, the call
for dressed turkeys Continued of
more or less nominal volume
here. Supply was small but ap
peared sufficient to take care of'
needs at current values.
Famine of country killed calves
was continued here. A most acute
shortage was reported by the en
tire trade with prices up frac
tionally in spots. Hogs were
steady with lambs firm. Beet
More than normal strength wa
suggested in the market for wool
here but trading was of scant vol
ume, due to the lack of offerings.
More activity was suggested at all
western points during the coming
Added strength was suggested
in the cheese trade but without
additional price rise. The price n
northwest stuff was coming closer
to that quoted by Tillamook for
months although the latter con
tinned the highest in the world
for like type.
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