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The OREGON STATESMAN, Saleau Oregmy Wednesday Morning Febnary T, 1934
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pear in advertisements pub
lished in Its columns, and
in cases where this paper is
at fault will reprint that
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! The statesman reserves
the right to reject objec
tions! advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der : the proper classifica
tion. HELP WANTED MALE
.Practicable miner, can 'direct few,
senior, single, intelligent working-men,
Interested ia mining, developing pros
pects. No investment, other require
ment. Jtox c re sisuwun.
Wanted two men with ear, f re to
travel, 1 1 per day expenses, and com
mission. See & H. Ketchuro, Senator
Hotel, Wednesday night between 8
and IS. ,
Large cosmetic organisation will ap-J
point resident agent for well known
line. Excellent opportunity ior woman
of rood acoe&rance to secure perman
ent, well paying business. .Write sales-
manager 71t a. w. iztn Ave., ron-
land. Ore. j
Nat'L Co. win interview and train
six men or women. 4 win be selected
for permanent position locally. Refa.
Apply Peraosuier 2&gr Room JOS, S81
State between 9 and 11 a a
High school bey wants work on
farm. Experienced, inquire lozo .
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Must dispose of Urge quantity of
Id growth nr and cedar posts, Deliver
any amount. Priced tor quick sal. Can
STis, l to p. m.
Saw guimnlnr and sharpening
call A Four Corner TeL 4310.
Genuine Mexican tamalesv TeL 477T.
Well rotted manure, also sand loam.
Pry, old fir wood. 147 rutn.
Ct tons of mixed vetch and clover
l7 extra good for dairy feed.
Telephone S9. Salem.
Haircut, sec. 114 N. j
FOR SALE Ttlple-X-Marshall and
Oregon strawberry plants. TeL 6iJfi.
Wood range $9, heater 14. Fine con
ation. TeL 20F3.
Baled oats hay $10.0t ton cash. Al
ton Kufner, Garden road, nox iss.
' Pedigreed . wlr haired puppies for
s'e. TeL S363.
High Cascade red cedar posts and
or lengin. xet taie.
For Sale Bright yellow singer, cage
-! stand, 18.00. 440 N. 17th.
m i ii .,imiii., 1 i i i -
WASTED Good used desk and of-
f':e table. State price. Box 100, care
- Haircuts 150-200. 0 & Wlntar.
Free. We pick up dead worthies!
torses, cows, sheep. 11.
Hair cut -25. Joe's Barber Shop.
TJ. & GOVERXMEXT JOBS. STAttT
- Coming Salem examinations, llen-wo-mon,
18-50. Steady. List positions and
- mil particular . m nu Appijr wu.
ttox ear twarewnran'.
R0031 AND BOARD
Board-room, Hi Court. TeL t(7s.
PL.rii i -----
Board, room. 754 Ferry. TeL 7195.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
XL---jxnrinrnr ru-Li.-. j --
Small, turn, apt, 55 Union.
mm mjKm ru iftrran n m i 1
Famished apt Edgewater Court.
Garage. TeL 5154.
Furn. S R. apt, J 45 S. winter.
Furn. apt.. $10. 11 . Charch.
FOR RENT HOUSES
' SjEj-rwV"srs",l" " " mmmmmt
5 R, furn. house. TeL. 47 SI.
Forkner, iSlft M. Cottaga, TL 1031.
Furn, bouse. Call 554 K ISth.
i Mha, imiM -tnplinHn new ranre
. and heater, 221 Breyman St. 1 13.60
month. .. .-
Funr. bouse, elose in, rooms and
yAok. 31g.se. 9? Mill St. -
For Rent US, nice 3-nn. apt, fur-
. XI ! .1'ICM. USUI uv .. -
Wanted It yon want a tenant tor
. your recant nous, see teenies - w
Thomason or phone 1883. W hay "a
waiting ust. v -
ft a In tmalncsjr Int. suitable for
garage, storage ata, Will build to suit
. rellaMo tenant. -
'UTT.rva a VrtTJRTl. Sealtora
' 3t 4 4 State St. - Tel. 8705
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Cholca alf acre subnrbaa horn.
' Ha elec' lights, bath, water system.
Trade for modern homo tn Salem or
for a , larger tract. What have you?
t He Bechtel or i pomasoo. i Btate.
f - Soma good, acres r. closo in, aeH on
mas? terms or traoo ior city uvdix.
9: Jk. i .ri a ra - - - r.&TaTA 11 ill - rib --
UK acres ? miles from Salem, stock
ed and equipped. Will trad for hom
la Salem. Must oe clear.
CHILDS MIT.T.KR. Realtor
344 State St Tel. 708
FOR SALE- Real Estate
1 acra equipped Babbitry, neat 4
room houae, close to city limits. Bar
CHILDS ft MILLER. Realtors
S44 Stare St. TeL 7flS
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Wanted 1 (a d flrrea. with hulldlnsrfl.
mniM in- OvTiAre. nnlv F finrotiBM.
Lone Star Tourist Camp.
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Wanted Best bouse and lot 11600
will buy. Ttox 40?, Statesman.
3 pomp gaaoltne station. 45S Center.
MONEY TO LOAN
1 to It months to repay at lowest pos
CENKRAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
tat Nat'l. Bank Bids. Pbon CS3S
Licensed -y State
Short of Cash?
Borrow 1 100-3 160-3208 or MORS from
us I Repay la from 1 to 34 montha, ac
cording 0 your present Income.
uhm ini . . . write t . pnonoi
Member of NRA
Room 111. New BHgh Bldg. 2nd floor
LICENSED No. S-122 by STATE
113 Stat SL TeL S 7 4
Funds for farm loans now available :
n ; long term.
Hawkins & Roberts
Guardian Bids., TeL 4109;
i i y""T rjvri'rtrvrjTjxfv-
t $ SALARY LOANS $ $
6 to 30 DOLLARS ON
TOUR PLJVIV NflTE
No Interest deductions, von rMetve
iuu amount applied lor. One to S
mnnth, ,1m All lsn n m MnfM.ntl.1
STATE LOAN CO., 212 Oregon Bldg.
reiepnewe 77 3. Lie, by State S-185.
FOR SALE WOOD
Old fir. It", $4.75. TeL 8590.
Pbon Tracy s S9IS for dry wood.
Can 4SF14. All wood. Smith ft Rubena
TeL tet Salem fuel Co. Trad
Second growth and old. fir wood.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wells.
Shed Dry Old Fir
Contract hauling. TeL 4743.
Cheap wood. TeL 4527.
Dry -wood. 1235 "D" St. TeL 4574.
Dry wood that I dry. Call 113F23.
Dry fir, ash, $4 cd. TeL 5273.
Dry wood. TeL 4418.
Dry old fir and oak. Tel. 9739.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Around Christmas time
old-rimmed classes in blue case la
beled Morris Op. Co. Reward return
FOR SALE USED CARS
Repossessed Cars at
Borrego's Car Market
We have a good assortment of
Model T Fords and other low
240 N. Liberty TeL 1(88
192S Chrysler 70 Coach. Extra good
shape. $75.00. ECO a 24th St.
GOOD USED AUTOMOBILES
1929 Ford Sedan, all new tires and
1330 Nash Standard Six Coup with
1930 Reo Sedan, all new tires and
1928 Durant Coach, good condition
1929 Ford panel deliver;
1930 Ford panel delivery
1929 International pickup
1932 International 1 ton six cylin
der truck: with all new tires,
32x( ten ply. Extra good body.
W are going to sell these automo
biles and trucks. Make us an offer.
JAMES H. MADKN CO. INC.
3S9 N. High Street Telephone 8S90.
Pontiao '3 Coach, fine condition.
Sell cheap or take smaller car as part.
zvvv iMortn capitoi.
29XFord CoacK good condition. Taka
model T or Cfaev. as part. TeL 8549.
W have IS used cars to choose
from. If lt'a a used csr run wan mmm
us before yon buy.
SALEM AUTO COUP ANT
485 N. Com'L TeL 4378.
WANTED USED CARS
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AtrtOBOOblla wanted win hii uniHr
and assume baL, lata model light car.
Prica must bo right Reply, giving
phone no. and stake of car, not later
than Wed, a. m. Box 401. Statesman.
Hill, Wilson in
Court on Charge
of Wool Thefts
Thomas H. Wilson and Ross
R, Rill, haled Into Justice court
Monday for depositing carcass of
a dead sheep on the highway,
were before Judge Harden again
Ttiesday, following their arrest at
3 a. m. on a charge of burglary
not In a dwelling.
On the burglary charge, they
I took 24 hours in which to plead
and will be back ia court this
morning at 11 o'clock. They are
accused ot entering the smoke
house belonging to R, C. Hun
saker at Turner, and taking 125
pounds of wool. Each man put up
500 undertaking on balL'
On the carcass depositing
charge Monday, each paid a $25
SLLVERTON, Feb. . An
drew Holman was fined 120 and
costs before George W. Hubbs,
police judge, la police court If on
day morning, air. Holman -was
picked b by Night Officer Uoyd
Kennedy- Sunday morning at 1
la. m. The charge iraa disorderly
Federal information tax returns
and state information tax returns
must be in by February 15 th.
Marion county had a popula
tion of 27.713 in 1900, and 60,
541 in 1930. Oregon had 413,536
in 1900 and 957.736 in 1930.
We do not know It we should
mention it or not, but we hare
been told that there is a nice ma
gazine going to be given away
this weekend and that this pub
lication will be of Interest to
everyone in Salem; even the kid
dies. We suggest that you watch
the Friday Statesman and then pa
tronize the advertisers and we
are sure you will get one of these
Several Salem grocerymen mo
tored to Portland last evening to
attend the code meeting of the
Have you noticed the new color
advertising strip at the bottom of
some of the pages of the States
man. This advertising Is new on
the coast but is being run In a
number of the better papers in
WEDNESDAY, February 7
KGW POBTXJLW-30 Ke.
7:00 Breen and De Bom, NEO.
7:15 Organ concert, KBC.
7:30 Hon Id Back.
8:45 Abe Bercoviti, violinist.
9:30 Cooking school.
10:15 Books for Children, NBC.
10:30 Woman's Magazine, KBC.
11:30 Wearers of Dreams.
12:15 Western Farm and Horn boar,
1:45 Michael Arenatein. cellist.
3:00 Al Pearee and Hie Gang, KBC.
8:00 Krazy Limericks, Korber stores.
3 :0 sldori-Atoria orcbestrs, fiBU
8:45 Soloist, KBC.
4:15 Oriental orchestra, NBC
5:00 Concert Miniatare, NBO.
0:30 Vines progress, NBC.
8:00 Amos 'n' Andy, KBC.
9:15 Paul it. Kelty .
10:15 Weather report.
10:15 Jack Bain's orchestra.
11 :00 Ambassador Hotel orchestra,
11:80 Bsl Tabarin orchestra, KBC
XXX FOETLAJTD 1180 Xc
7:15 Dance Rhythms.
8:00 Four Square Cathedral service,
8:45 Crosscuts, NBC.
9:15 Glen Gray's orchestra.
0:30 Arion trio, KBC.
10:02 Sarah Kreindler, NCB.
11:45 J alia Hayes.
12:00 Edna Fischer, NBC.
12:20 Weather, wheat market and fin
13:25 Ted Weems' orchestra.
12:45 Concert Group.
1:00 Dance Antiques.
1:15 Soloist, NEC.
1:45 Lady Next Door, KBC.
2:00 World Bookman.
2:05 Mniicsl Gems.
2:45 Leo Reisman'f orchestra.
8:00 Hawaiian Serenaders.
8; 30 Soloist. NBC.
4:30 Mary's Friendly Garden, KBC.
6:15 Cansonetta, KBC.
8:30 Our Educational System.
8:45 Hani. Kate and Frits.
9 :00 Souvenirs.
9:15 Sam Gordon.
10:30 Pacific Serenaders, Santiseptlc,
WO AG COHVALLIS ESO Xe.
10:00 Rural Electrification coarse.
10:30 Lesson ia Bpanisa aieuasa aa.
11:00 Modern Poetry Ada Hasttags
ii-on Who's Who on the Faculties.
12:00 Farm hour.
1:45 Old Familiar Songs ana Bongs or
Oregon Harold Witcraft.
3:00 Tensyaon Lecture and elsss
rom disenssion by Dr. K. 11
wood Ssiith and students. .
8:00 Agne Kolshora "Mother
Takes Pointers from the Groc
er." 8:30 Mnsie Appreciation for -High
4 :00 Humor,
Old and New Con
Stories for Boy
5:45 Vespers Bey,
6:80 Farm boar.
7:30 Dr. Victor P. UorrU The
World in Review."
8:15 Eescon Lights la Pacific dela
tions Dr. H. J. Noble.
8:43 Physlee in Everyday 141
"The Miniature Camera" Joftn
0. German, instructor la physics.
9:00 Albany eoUeg.
in Y. W. Drive;
to End Friday
Dally pep meetings and inspira
tional talks hare been spurring on
T.W.CA. finance drive workers
thi week and receipts by noon
Tuesday had totalled $1354. The
drive ends Friday.
Mrs. G. M. Thomas led the sing
ing Tuesday and Mrs. C. A. Park
gave the short talk. Mrs. Eliza
beth Gallaher was the speaker
Monday, and songs were given by
Mrs. Ruth Versteeg and Miss Do
ris Clarke, accompanied by Mrs.
Merrill Kemper. Mrs. Gladys Mc
Intyre Thomas was also a soloist.
Mothers See How
are Doing Studies
GRAND ISLAND, Feb, S.
The school exhibit held Friday af
ternoon in the primary room was
well - attended by mothers of the
children, participating. The ex
hibit, supervised by Miss Lucille
Fisher, consisted of demonstra
tions ot the various methods used
and activities taught in the regu
lar school work.
Morton Tompkins, local market
gardener, has been named as the I
Cards ia this directory run
on monthly- basis only. Rate:
l.QO per line per month.
Mike Fanek, I7S South Commercial
New and used. Tires. Repairing:.
HARRY W. SCOTT. 147 a Com'L SL
Burt Crary, the caterer. TeL S7S3.
Huida Helps Hostessea Tel. 6943.
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northness.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC, Chiropractor,
2& N. High. TeL Res. 8752.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets, fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C. F. Brett
haupt, florist. 677 Court TeL 6904.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
ist, 18th Market TeL 9592.
189 N. HlRh TeL 4947.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRT
THE WEIDER LAUNDRT
2(3 S. High TeL 9126
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRT
First In Quality and Service
Telephone 8185 1264 Broadway,
CAPITOL. BEODINO CO. Phone 4069.
New mattress made to order, old r
made; carpet cleaning;, sizing; fluff
rur wearing;. Salem Fluff Rug eV Mat
tress Factory, 8. 13th 4b Wilbur. TeL
8441. Otto F. Zwicker. Est 1911.
GEO. a WILL Pianos, radios, sewing
maenmes, sheet music and piano stu
dies. Repairing; radios, phonographs
and sewing machines, 432 State Street,
L. O. Altmon, M. D. Homeopathlst.
Office) and residence 607 Center St.
TeL 5832. Treats both acute and
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamob
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, 216 S. CommerclaL Tele
Central Radio Service, TeL 1747.
Guaranteed repairs. 225 N. High.
MOORE RADIO SERVICE
Telephone 3797 At Hollywood Radio
BECKE ft HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
STOVES and stov repairing. Stores
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
klnda of woven wlr fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hoolts, logan hooka
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 262
Chemeketa. Tel. 4774. R. B. Fleming.
E. K. Wiggins. 1 ml. N. Pacific Hwy.
FOR local or distant transfer storage,
cau 3131, Larmer Transfer Co. Trucks
to Portland daily.
CAPITAL, CITT Transfer Co. 224
State St. TeL 777S. Distributing for
warding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
Truck for hire. Tel. 6278.
R. A. West, SO years experience, RFD
7, Box 201. TeL 110F5.
oppose the sales tax now np before
Watch-Dog for Uncle Sam
Another post Is added to the fence ef steel around the TJ. as the
destroyer Hull, new 13,000,000 war dog for Uncle Sam, takes the water
at her launching from the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Insert, Patricia Louise
Piatt, 10-year-old p-andniece rf Commodore Isaac Hull who commanded
the famous -pid Ironsidea,
I tlALr btlil mWM
ii era listed
Tone Improves at Portland;
Egg Storage to Start
Net prices for butter were
raised half a cent on all grades by
the produce exchange at Portland
late yesterday, according to As
sociated Press advices. Late quo
tations were: Extras 23c, stand
ards and prime firsts 22 and
firsts 21 He.
PORTLAND, Teb. 6.-UPV-Stor-
ager butter Interests continued to
be pleased regarding the status of
the trade here with a resulting
big decrease in the ice house
Butter market was showing a
far more favorable tone at Port
land, than at other leading points
but this appeared due more to the
shortened supply of centralizers as
well as the somewhat Increased
Open market conditions also ap
Butterfat buying price was un
Storage operations In eggs have
started at Oakland, Cal., and
were expected to get under way
here within the next few days. No
change in the day's price was sug
Live chicken receipts here were
considered so low that few pro
ducers were willing to market.
The killing trade was again turn
ing to the low priced markets of
Market for turkeys continued
favorable for dressed offerings.
There was a good 19c market here
for tops to retailers with large
toms-preferred for freezing. Hens
were selling on arrival. 1
Hogs Advance to Oc
Sales of country killed hogs
have been advanced to an extreme
of 9c locally as a result of the
higher live cost. However, some of
the latter was down for the day,
At the recent advance in price
here, country killed calves were
firm and Bcarce with less than
half of apparent needs. Lambs
and old mutton were scarce and
Inactivity continued in the mar
ket for onions at Oregon sources
Growers generally were willing to
accept 11.75 net but there were
few buyers In sight Shipments on
nrevious sales continued liberal.
A further advance in. Oregon
cheese was shown. Tillamook was
still held at the previous high
mark and above normal differen
tial. Country killed beef was arriving
more freely and was about hold
ing its price.
Lang is Found
to Higher Court
William Lang, charged with
driving under influence of Intoxi
cating liquor, was found guilty af
ter trial in Justice court yesterday
morning. Judge Hayden sentenced
him to 60 days in jail and Im
posed a $200 fine. Lang's attor
ney Immediately appealed his case
and the $500 bail previously put
up was allowed to stand.
C. E. Carter, informant In the
case, failed to testify, and all evi
dence against Lang had to be
given by police officers and W. H.
Trlndle, district attorney.
Amity Students to
Hold Ceremony on
AMITY, Feb. 6. On Febru
ary 14 at the Amity high school
there wil be a celebration honor
ing the 75th anniversary ot the
admission of Oregon as a state
Into the union. A program is be
ing arranged and several outside
speakers will be present.
At the annual meeting of the
library association, all officers
were reelected: President, H. W.
Torbert; vice - president, Mrs.
Margaret Morse; treasurer, Mrs.
Ernestine Prunk; secretary, Mrs.
Eula Watt, and librarian, Mrs.
as aha christened She new amp. , - .
DUTIES PUSH TO
NEW YORK, Feb. S.-UPV-Low
priced shares, particularly in the
utility and merchandising divi
sions, got a good part of the at
tention from bullishly Inclined
stock traders today. Otherwise, the
list tended to rest a bit from Its
recent labors, with realizing vir
tually offsetting new buying. The
90 stock average closed unchanged
though utilities pushed to a new
Turnover was boosted to 4,359,-
530 shares, largely because of a
last hour demand for light and
power company issues which piled
up a heavy volume. With rails,
steels, motors and some other late
favorites quieter and inclined to
ease, the market appeared to nave
switched to utility holding com
pany shares on the theory .that
they had been lagging. Big blocks
were numerous, the record being
established in a single, 90,000
share transfer of Commonwealth
e Southern. 3, up This issue
closed at 3, up .
Many utilities gained 1 to near
ly 3 points net. Wire company
shares found favor, perhaps be
cause buyers figured big markets
meant increased use of communi
cation facilities. American Tele
phone reached the best price in
several months. Miscellaneous fa
vorites ot the rather specialized
session included Austin Nichols,
IT. S. Pipe and Loew's. Oils drag
ged when Socony-Vacuum's direc
tors declared a 15 per cent divi
dend; three months ago payments
were resumed with a 25 per cent
distribution and the reduction
from that figure probably caused
PORTLAND. Or.. Feb. . (AP)
Prodnee exebaoge, net prices: Batter
Kxtra 28e, standards 22 He, prime firsts
22e, firtts 21c Eggs Fresh extras
lie, fresh madiums 13c.
POBTLAXD, Ore.. Feb. g. (AP)
oeat Opea High Low Close
May 78 76 75 75
July 74 74 74 74
Cash .Big Bend Muestem 76c; dark
hard winter 12 per cent 81 Ke, 11 per
cent 76c, soft white, western white, hard
winter, northern spring and western red
Oats So. white $23.
Cora So. 2E yellow $23.25.
Kiilran Standard $13.
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 6. (AP)
Butter Prints extras 2Vie; standards,
Bntterfat Portland delirery: A grade
21-22e ponad; farmer's door delivery 18
19c pound. Sweet cresm, 5c higher.
Eggs Pacific poultry producers'
selling prices: Fresh extras 17c, stand
ards 16c, mediums 15e dozen. Buying
price by wholesalers: Fresh extrss 16c,
firsts 14e, mediums 12c, undergrade 10c,
pullets loo dozea.
Country meats Selling price to re
tailers: Conn try killed boss, best batch
ers, under 150 pounds 7-6e. Veslers,
90 to 100 pounds 9 9 He; light and tfcia
0-7c Heay calTes 5-6e pound. Lambs
18-Me pound. Henry ewes 4-7e pound.
Jfediom cowa 3-5e pound; eanner cowt
2H-3e pound. Built 4H-5e pound.
Cheese 92 score Oregon triplets
10H: loaf 12e pound. Brokers will pay
hie below quotations.
Milk Contrsct price 4 per cert,
Portland delivery $1.95 cwt. B grade
cresm 87 H pound.
Mohair Buying price, nominal.
Cascara bark Buying price, 1933
peel, 2 He pound.
Hops 1933 clusters, 25-S0e pound.
Lire poultry Portland delivery, buy
ing prices: Colored fowls, under 6H
pounds 12-13e, over 6H pounds 1112c
Spring pallets, 3 to 1 pounds, 13-14e.
Roasters, over IV4 pounds 13-14. Leg
horn fowls, over 8V4 pounds 9-10c, under
3 pounds. 8-9c Broilers, 1V4 to 3
pounds, 13-14c. Stags. 6c. Roosters, 5e.
Pekia ducks, 15e. Geese, 10c pound.
Onions Yakima $1.40-1.50; Oregon
PoUtoe Local white and red $1.35
1.85 cental; Yakima $1.45; Deschutes
$1.75; Bakers $2.
Wool 1934 clip, nominal: Willam
ette valley 22-25e pound; easetra Ore
gon 20-26 pound; southern Idaho 16
Hsy Buying price from producer:
Alfalfa, No. 1. new crop $15. Vetch $15.
Willamette vslley timothy $15. Essteqi
Oregon timothy $17. Timothy grasses,
blended $15. Oats $12.50 ton.
POBTXAND. Ore.. Feb. S. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 85, calves 10; steady,
Steera, good, common and medium
$3.25-6. Heifers, common and medium
$3-4.75. Cows, good, common and me
diant $2.50-8.75; low cutter and cutter
$1.50-3.50. Bolls, cutter, eemmoa end
mediam $3.35-8. Yaalars, good and choice
$5.50-7; ealLeommoa and medium $2.80
5.60. Calves, good and choice $4 50-5.50;
eommoa aad saedlnm $3-4.50.
Hors Receipts 800 : 30-80 lower
Lightweight, good and choice -;
medium weight, good and eheie $4.50
5; heavyweight, good aad choice $4
4.75. Packing sews, good $2.90
8.85. Slaughter plga, mediam $3.50-8.00.
Feeder aad stocksr pigs, good aad eheie
Sheep Beeelpta 50; steady, un
changed. Lambs, good aad choice $7.50-8.18;
eommoa and mediam $5.50-7.50. I ear ling
wethers $3.75-5.75. Ewes, good aad
choice $2.75-8.50; common aad medium
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 1984, Btaadard Statistics Co.)
Previous day 105.0
Week ago 101.$
Tear ago 48.9
5 years ago 315.$
High 198 . 105.0
Low 1934 89.1
New 19S4 high.
20 20 30 60
Indls. EE's. CU. Total
8 years eg
(1926 average equals 100.)
DOliyiTECKER BOY BETTER
PIONEER, Feb. 6. Kenneth
Dornhecker, w.o bas been in the
Shrlners' bosplUl at Portland the
past three weeks for an operation
on bis foot, returned borne Satur
day. Keanetb bas improved in
tin way and 1 ablo to about
tirade ft raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, S1.53 per
Sarptas f 1.15.
(Hilk sated oa teml-inoathlv
Distribntor price f 2.10.
Butterfat Top 20c,
Prints 23)4c; cubes 2344c
Prices paid to growen by Salem bnyert
(The prices below, supplied by a local
grocer, are indicatire of the dsily msrkrt.
bat are not rnaranteed br The 8tstesms9 )
TOUTS AsTD VEOETABLE8 '
Leek, dcs. bandies .40
Broeroli. Kosebarg. So. l , 'bo
Crsnberries. bUL , , , 1 65
Parsnips, box lag . .50
Turnip, box log , .80
Rntabsrss, box lug - .50
Brnssels sprouts, lug - .go
Egg plant, local 05
Cabbsge. cwt . 90 to 1.15
Spokane, ewt , '. 2.75
Green peppers. Cslif, lb. .20
Onions, doz. bnnches is
Potatoes. local i .75 to 1.00
Yakima 1.15 t0 i-65
Deschutes i.iO to 1.45
Cali fern la. dry psek .2.00 to 2.25.
California, iced 2.T5 to 8.25
Onions. Labua e
Celery, dor. .80
Celery Hearts SO
California, H erate
SpHa jo to .85
items Beaatv. c
Orsnges. eboice 2.T5 to"V25
Beets, loeaL dox.
Carrots, Iocs!, dor.
Spinach, local crate
Eananas, lb. ea stalk
Sweet potatoes, lb.
Clatter, 193S, lb., top
Filberts. Ib. .V
Colored fryers .
Soring lambs, too
Hogs, 160 to 200
120 to 160 lbs.
Over 200 lbs.
Wheat, wentern red
White. No. 1
Barley, feed. No. 1 ton
Oats, feed, ton
Barley, malting, top
Oats, milling, ton .
Hsy, buying prices
Oats and vetch, ton
Alfalfa, valley, first
Clover nay .
MAY GET OXE CLASS
LIBERTY, Feb. 5. But one
CWA class may be awarded this
By EUGENE SHEFFER
1 Tools with toothed edges
8 Inatanco of the kind
12 Mountains ia Turkestan
15 W-at waa tha raal aaaaa of O.
He- ryt Sidaey ...... T
IT Acid f raits
19 Unit of weight
0 Seed of any cereal grass
23 Unit of energy
25 Fruits of the palm
27 Sectioned off, as a wall
30 Change for the better
34 Article of furniture
SS Bird of the cuckoo family
36 Three-toed sloth
37 Who was -ica-protidont of the
U. S. mader Calvia Coolidgo?
39 Ia what country was th re
cant World Economic Confer
51 Conductors' wands
66 Rowing implement
58 Poker term
59 Allowance for weight of a con
tainer 6ft Insane
61 Endure e
2 Fragrant reain
3 Whet was the first atni of the
Aj-ericaa praeidaat who was
a newspapar oditor ia Marioau
4 Pose for a portrait
. 5 What waa the family aama ef
tka aixth wife) of Hvy VIII?
7 Feminine name j
8 Routing piece oa a wheel ;
HH 15 1
f rrcita to actios! , . t
RALLIES WIPE OUT
CHICAGO, Feb. -A trisk
rally daring the last few minutes
ot trading today more than wiped
out earlier, losses ot about a cent
a bushel in wheat.
ActlT buying 'which accompan
ied the late upturn of wheat Tal
nea came largely from eastern
sources, and was attributed - to
strength shown both in the stock
market and in cotton, causing;
speculative sellers of wheat to
make a hurried reversal of their
market position. Except in the
final spurt, demand for wheat fu
ture deliveries lacked rolume,
about the only sustaining; influ
ence being "spread" transactions
that consisted of matching pur
chases bere against equal sales at
Wheat closed firm at practical
ly the day's top leTeli off to
hi, up compared with yesterday's
finish, corn unchanged to .low
er, oats down, and provi
sions showing S to 12 cents ad
vance. Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May 92 -93: July
91-; September 92-4.
Corn May 52 -53; July
54-; September 56.
Oats May 38; July 37 4;
Volume of Wool
BOSTON. Feb. . - - (TJ. S.
Dept. Agr.)-A very moderate
volume of business was transact
ed in the wool market. Demand
on greasy domestic wool was con
fined largely to combing 64s and
finer western grown wool, espe
cially the short combing type.
Prices showed no change from
recent sales. Average French
combing 64s and finer territory
wool in original bags sold at 82
84 cents scoured basis. Short
French combing and clothing lines
brought 79-81 cents scoured basis
for original bag lots.
GET MUSIC TEACHER
AIRLIE, Feb. 6. Through co
operation of school and commun
ity, a state accredited teacher,
Mrs. Priscilla Melsinger of Salem,
has begun classes in both piano
and stringed instruments. Classes
are held every Monday night at
the home of Mrs. J. F. Wienerti
district, Instead of the two hoped
for. This will be mining, which
subject received 26 names. See
ond was public speaking, for
which 17 registered. Request for
classes still remains to be ap
proved and the matter will be
settled this week.
16 What American aatW w rot
the popnlar "Hoosier School
18 Ensnases ..
21 Find the sum
26 What ia the. titU of Reaaa-'s
groat troatUo odacatsM?
27 Dry seed vessel
28 Of each an equal quantity :
29 Man's nickname
31 Feminine name
35 Indefinite article
38 What waa the first naase of the '
English Mvigator ixt whoa
honor tho capital of North
Carolina was naaaod?
39 Biblical name
40 What Creek goddae did tho
Romans identify with Mia
rv a? 1
42 What tow in Surrey, Eaglaad,
la famed for ita raca coarse?
45 Fluid rock from a vojeano
49 Divisions of learning
50 Let it stand! ,
52 Native compound !
54 Salt 1
57 Flow of lava 'r
Herewith ia the solution to yes
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