Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1934)
t Tha OREGON : STATESSIAN, Salenu Oregon, Tneaday Morning. February 13.;rl934-
Single insertion per Use 10c
Three Insertions per
lin , i . . . . . . . . . . 6e
Six insertions i er line. .SOe
One month per line,;. 11.06
Minim om eharga . . . . . . 25e
Copy for this pi e ac
cepted until 6:36 the even
ing before puBlleatidn tor
classification.. Copy re
Mired after tale time will
be run under the heading
Too Late to Classify..
The Statesman assumes
no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear in advertisements pub
lished In Its columns, and
In cases where this paper Is
at. fault wfll reprint that
part of an advertisement In
which' the typographical
mistake occurs. '
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
annita&ikma beina taken for oppor
tunities to television field, applicants
must have A-1 character references
and a bid to carry small training ex
pense. Those accepted will be given
i nreliinfnarr training' at noma and
then taken to Los Angeles at our
expense for practical work . in the
"National studios. Bee air. uean,
New Salem Hotel until Saturday.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTK1 Single man. to do gen
eral farm work, room, board and small
wage. J. P. lioaier, Kt. l, box zi.
Wanted at once man with horse.
Arrhle Hew-nan. Cochran, Oregon
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED Housekeeper on farm
tnr twn hanhelora. small warea Mid
dle-aged lady preferred. Rax Peery,
Solo. Ore. -
SAf.KSMAN WANTED for Salem
and surrounding territory, for guaran
teed line paints. Tarnishes, roofing, di
rect from factory to user. Make up to
t;oi nuinthlT ; bhr season right now :
sales outfit frae. DAVIS PAINT CO.,
Dept. 25, Kansas City, Mo.
Elderly lady will care for sick per
son er do urnt nousewora. n o.
Carat --of chitdren, prac. nursing.
Whole or fart time. Ep. TeL 6830.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Must dispose of large quantity of
old growth fir and cedar posta Deliver
any amount. Priced for quick sale. Call
S718. 1 to S P. m.
Saw gumming sad sharpening
mil K. roar Corners. Tel. 4280.
Genuine Mexican tamales, TeL 477T.
fin rxnrxin njui "i i m nnrflii-M-i "
Haircut. 20c 1814 N. Com'L
Good clover hay for sale. Route 7,
Box 87. John Sctwffe.
---- - i
tftterburc- nlanta. 1 IS. tJierce,
Dwarf Telephone seed peas, 15c per
lb. Quantities lesa Also Burbank seed
rota toe a B. Cunningham. TeL 8S74,
- 2320 S. commercial.
Seed potatoes British Queen, 1st
grade, LO0v 2nd, 75c Rt 8, Box 418.
JTJXnjJTJUU"Plup'S l ----a
Five rooms of furniture at a big j
sacrifice, 881 So. 1 2th St
150 boxes Gravenatein apples 35c
box. 1 for 81.80. 200 boxes Yellow
Newtown a, 9o box. Oregon Flreweed
honey, S lb. pails, 4c Pure apple cider
fresh daily, gallon 20c Puritan Cider
Works, est saiem.
Sand lostp. rot manure. 1497 N. 6th.
Ta trlUe good hay for light truk.l
for farm flag. Coin's Farm, Jefferson.
Haircuts 15o-10e. 203 a Winter.
Free. We pick up dead worthies
tiorses, cows, abeep iu .
Whiskers amputated, 15c, Prescotfs
accommodation barber shop, 10 oaa
St Late service.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Heated sleeping room, 444 8. High.
R00B1 AND BOARD
Coard-room, 131 Court TeL 1871.
Room, board, near State House. 8981.
Hoard and alee large heated front
room. , fireplace. 738 N. Church.
Room and board with laundry, 339.
Steam beat, good home, S2J S. High.
Board, room. 754 Ferry. TeL 7995.
. FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Furnished apt., Edgewatar Court.
Garage. TeL. 814.
Furn. apt., f 10, lit & Church.
Furn Ished heated apt, 444 S. High.
12 turn, houses, others. Ton-ens, ill
Oourt. . -
FOR RENT 7 room, unfurn. house I
fn North Salem. See Mrs. , CadwelL
. 8 room unfurn. Apply 1030 Hoyt.
8 R houge, 818. 858 N. Com'L
For rent, nice 8 R. ant. furnished
for 812. -Modem bungalow furnished
for 24; others SIS and sis. see -
BECHTKLi Or THUJ1ASUI4
841 State Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
1 FOR SALE Trade or rent 117 A.
; ranch en main highway from CorvalUs
te Newport. P. O, Box 282, Siivert.
FOR SALE Real Estate
. RESIDENCE SNAP
Oanf tin- room naodex- born Wttta.
Urga attic, pared at-, good location,
baa oak floors, fireplace, full cement
hMniim. fumut. electric water heat
er, laundry trays. Price for IJ4MEDI-
I ATS SALE IZaoe. Miw mwn, -
yra at ( int. Located at M2 .
1788 N. 2Mb STREET
MoiUrti Tin to date 4 room house
with basement, furnace, fireplace, oak
1 floors, garage, paying at, new dl
! trict A REAL BUY at 12100: 1210
down, bat 121. per mo. to include int.
SEE US FOR BAHUUNB
W. H. GRABENHORST CO,
124 a Liberty St. TeL MSI.
II room bote! located In good coast
town near one of the- new bridges.
completely furnished, hot and cold
water In erery room. or quick saiu
CHILDS illULEK. Realtors
344 State Street TeL S708.
"a cheapcountrt; HOME "
2 room house, electric lights, drove
welL 1 acre not far out on paved road.
best of dark, fertile Boll, some cnol2
young fruit and berries. Buy now and
be ready - for a fine garden. Price
11050, cash 150, baL 212 per mo. 1
CHILDS MILLER. Realtors
244 State Street Tel. (70S.
DANDY HOME BUY
1400 down, price $2200.00: baL easy.
Modern S-K. house, basement, furnace.
fireplace. A bargain, see
JAS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
132 South High Street
14 acres on Pacific highway. I mile
nortfl of fairgrounds. TeL 7929.
S room home In X. Salem, good lo
cation, basement, furnace, garage, pav
ug. S2IV0. sioe down, szo per mo.
Bungalow in N. Salem in good con
dition, z Dedrooms, batn, paving, etc.
950. 1100 down.
3 A. 4 v mi. from Salem. H room
house, double garage, ISO fruit and
nut trees, fine soil, 81500.
Money to loan on good security..
Melvin Johnson, 275 State SL P. 8796,
EXCHANGE Real Estate
8 a 5 00. Strictly modern suburban
home for 5 acre tract, paved road. 20
- acres or more.
82800. Choice close in ?U A. tmrt
tor nouse or teas value. -
81700. Dandv 4 A. tract. 4 Tt hmiao
electricity and well water r trade for
acreage-near Turner or Aumsvllle.
S2&0Q. Choice 6 A. tract for house
ia saiem. r or best trades SEE
BECHTEL or THOMASOX
841 State Street
FOR SALE FARMS
SACRLFICED SALE RANCH
IStt-acrea All In cult. nwf s R
house, barn and poultry house, spring
water, forced sale lor izsvo.ov; give
S-acres, corner of paved road and
gravel streets. 300 yds. to city bus.
Good 7-R. plastered house, barn, poui-
try house, garage, fruit seller, bearing
walnuts, cherries and aoplaa also ber
ries, uooo suo-dl vision tract. Reduced
to $470 give terms. These have to be
seen to oe appreciated. SEE ,
JAS. D. SEARS, REALTOR
lg South High 8treet
NON-RESIDENT SAYS TO SELL
HIS S-ACKE TRACT REGARD
LESS OP LOSS TO HIM
Well located i mile out tin mm.
dam road, good 8 room house, wood
aned, garage, barn, drilled well, elec
tric lighta Price only 23000 with
CHILDS A MILLER. Real tori.
344 State Street TeL 6708.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
Wanted farms, houses and rental.
R. A. Forkner. 1810 N. Cottage. TeL
Do you want to sell your acreage?
I have client who will make payment
and pay monthly. Let me show you
w ii wurits.
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. Tel.
3 pump gnsoHne station. 45 Center.
MONEY TO LOAN
Chattel Loans .
1 to il months to repay at lowest ooa-
GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
A local corporation
1st Natl, Bank Bldg. Phone 8553
Licensed -7 Stat
W..... I-,-,-, ',,-.-1 in, - , nT- jiji..
MONEY : If Tour securltv ia exmn.
tionally good, we have funds for farm,
city or acreage loans.
CHILDS Ac MILLER Mtfi-e. Tiani
344 State Street TeL 6708.
I $ SALARY LOANS f f
t to SO DOLLARS ON
YOUR PLAIN NOTE '
rfo Interest deductions, you remlre
full amount appliedUor. One to C
months time. All loans confidentlaL
STATE LOAN CO., 212 Oregon Bids.
xeiepnone iiss. u& by State S-165.
Short of Cash?
Borrow 2100-3160-3208 or MORE from
'l ? '??J. '. month "
vome mi... Write I . 'Phonal
Member of NRA
Room 11 . New Bllgb Bldg. 2nd floor
LICENSED Na 8-111 h STATU!
Is State St TeL 3 7 4
Funds for farm loans now miliMa
Hawkins & Roberts
Guardian Bldg.. TeL 4108.
. FOR SALE WOOD
"'""'' - - -iiK-irinruT.njiuu
Phone Tracy-a, S98S for dry wood.
Call 4 in 4. All wood. Smith Rubens,
GUARANTEED DRY rnrA rvl
TeL 8008 Salem Fuel Ca. Trad a
--""-- - i- " -M-H-tnrmr nt I in n n -,nr
Second growth and old fir weed.
Prompt delivery. Fred E. Wella
Shed Dry Old Fir
' Contract hauling. TeL 6748.
Cheap wood, TaL 4527,
Dry weed, 229 -D" St. TeL 4574.
i iri"ii"i"srsi-ir j jiTLfi- nnrL -n.r .nj-srsaTin sun
Drr wood that is dn CaII ItiFti
Hobxt Fromm. .
Dry eld fir and oak.-TeL 8769.
Wood sawing and wood. Dial 1714.
Old fir II", U7I. 8390.
Pry wood priced rlrht., T983.
LOST: AND TOUXD
LOSTt Brtef ease. Initials C A. 63.
Kewaro. xeave at Stuesmaa office.
Facts . .
John Whlteaker was the first
gorernor of Oregon.' He took of
fice March 3, 1859.
Oregon became a state Febru
ary 14, 1859, 75 years ago to
In 1859 there were 74 hotels in
the state. Now there are 300.
In 1860 there were 52,000 peo
ple in Oregon.
A liquor store downstairs and a
gospel hall upstairs. 337 Conrt
LOST AND FOUND
Windsor wrist walch in Senator ho
tel basement. Reward. Return to Sen
FOR SALE USED CARS
We have 15 used cars to choose
from. If it's a used car you want see
us before you buy.
SALEM AUTO COMPANT
435 N. Com'L TeL 487$.
McKay's Used Cars
29 Ford Sedan
29 Cher. Sedan reconditioned 265.00
30 Essex Sedan 285.0.1
29 Buiclc Sedan a real buy 885.09
32 Nash Straight 8 Sedan 595.00
29 Cher. long w. b. 4 speed
trans. : ,- Z55.0U
30 Chev. factory body 285.00
31 Ford long w. b. duals 425.00
4-29 Chev. with 4 speed trans, and
bodies for only 8125.00 each. Take
Open evenings and Sundays
McKay Chevrolet Co.
333 Center TeL 8189 430 N. Com'L
'30 Chev. Coach, sood cond.. wire
wheels. Trade or cash. 2090 N. CaphoL
Valley Motor Co.
1932 Ford Spt Coupe .
1931 Ford Sedan 1
1931 Ford Coach ,,
1931 Ford Victoria
1930 Ford Coach -1930
Ford Roadster ,
1928 Ford Coupe
1926 Ford Roadster
1926 Ford Coupe Ruxtell
1928 Dodge Sedan
1930 Buiclc 6 Coupe
1931 Studebaker Coupe
izj enrysier Koa Outer
1927 Chevrolet Coach
1931 Ford L. W. B. Truck
1929 Ford L W. B. Truck
192S Dodge Panel
Cars and Trucks
On Lot, Marlon Liberty
Tel. 7910 AFk for Chas. or Jim
WANTED USED CARS
t-asn ior car. pn. 8549 any time.
TTTESSAT, Tebraary is
EGWPOETXAHD 20 Ke.
7:00 Kdward atacHash, NBC
7:15 Orfn eonsert, HBO.
8:15 Your Child, NBC.
8:30 U. 8. Marias band, SBC. .
9:15 Cooking schooL '
10:30 Woman's Magazine, KEG.
1:130 Weavers of lrem l.
12:13 Farm and Hoau, NBC
1 :45 Betty itsrlowe. h'BC . .
8:00 Miicia Pals, plane.
4:15 Yob and Yoar Ooveraaeot, KBC.
0:15 Captain Ervia traffis talk.
8 :00 Ajuo 'a' Aady, KBC.
10:15 Mark Hopkins orchestra, KBC.
10:30 Kelly's Entertainer.
10:45 Mark Hopkins orcaaatra, KBC.
11:00 Ambassador Hotel orcheitr.
11:80 Bal Tabaria, HBO.
XEX POSTLAKD--1180 Ke.
6:80 Popular program.
7:15 Band muie. .
8:00 Breakfast club, !
0:00 U. S. Marias band, KBC.
9:30 Dance Bbytlnu.
10:02 Urgaa ceaeert, KBO.
11:45 Julia Hayes.
12:00 Johaay O'Erien, UBC
12:15 HuUr Masie Makera.
18:35 Gay Lombards' erebettra.
1 :00 Bamona.
1:45 Bea Sehria's orchestra.
2:00 Ben Selvia's erebettra.
2:00 World Bookman.
2 .-45 Ethel Watara.
8 :00 Mai. France Alda, KBC.
4:00 Three-Pour Tisitw.
:15 Olympian. I
S:00 Romance of the- Boaaavilla das.
S:30 Pisbta. t
10:30 Hark Hopkins orchestra.
10:45 Paeifio Serenaders, KBC.
11:00 Claire Ash Logs Cafe band.
KOAC COBVALLIS 550 Xe.
8:00 Horns Economics Observer.
12:00 Modern Poetry Ada HastlnfS
11:30 American Lagtea organ recitaL
12:00 Farm 4tonc.
1:00 Violet Herigsted, pUnlrt.
1:15 Csneral Science for Higb Schools
"Oor Solar SjraUm." E. H.
MeAliiter. . ' - '
1:45011 Familiar Boaga and Songs
of Oreeoa -aa Harold Witeraft.
2 :00 What baallT Itoad t Ada Hast
ings Hedges, - .
2:20 Pajnoas People sad Otbar Topie
- Ada Hastiags Hedges.
8 :45 famous Oregon eoUeetioas,
8:00 Mrs. Sara Watt Prentiss
"iMaraiag to Cse Moasy."
4:00 Humor, Old and New Doa
4 :30 Oreroa Stories . tor Boy sad
8:45 Yea peri - Dr. Frank. B. Mat
thews. 6:00 Ltaea oa life James M, Her-
- rle, -- - -f
SjSO Fars boar. . '
. 7:25 The Citisea end His School
"Lias Coaaty Schools."
7:50 Basketball Oregon State vs.
- Idaho. ".
S :00 Mrs. Genevieve Ban at Gaktias
. , "Mtuie and Worth Use ef lei-
' ' sere. - .
8:15 Baakatbafl JOregoa State Ts.
tuu, - e '
8:43 Little . Symphony erebettra, 41
reeled by Howard Heisett.
".14. - . - -
Cards in this directory run
om a monthly basis oaly. Kate:
l.OO per line per month.
Mike Panek, 275 South CommerciaL
New and used. Tires. Repairing.
HARRY W. SCOTT. 147 a Com'L St
Burt Crary,-4he caterer. TeL 6753.
Hulda Helps Hostessea TeL 6942.
Telephone 4480. R. E. yorthness.
DR. a L, SCOTT. PSC, Chiropractor,
256 N. High. TeL Res. 8752.
Mrs. Snelarove. dressmaking and re
modeling, hemstitching. BreymanBldg.
over Pay"n Takit. Phone 7486.
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets, fun
eral wreaths, decorations. C F. Brelt-
haupt, florist. 577 Court. TeL 6904.
ALL kinds of floraKwork. Luts Flor
1st. 16th Market. TeL 9592.
189 N. High TeL 4947.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
263 8. High.
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
First In Quality and Service
Telephone 3165 1264- Broadway.
CAPITOL BEDDING CO. Phone 4069.
New mattress made to order, old re
made; carpet cleaning, slxlng: fluff
rua weaving. Salem Fluff Rug A Mat
tress Factory, S. "lSth A Wilbur. TeL
8441. Otto F. Zwlcker. 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. Altaian, M. D. Homeopathlst.
Office and residence 607 Center St.
TeL 6831. Treats both acute and
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, progxants, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Printing
Department, 215 S. Commercial. Tele
CENTRAL RADIO SERVICE
TeL S747 225 N. High
MOORE RADIO SERVICE
Telephone 2797 At Hollywood Radio
BECKE A HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
ror sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hoolca, logaa hooka
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 262
Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming.
E. E Wiggins, 1 mt K. Pacific Hwy.
FOR local or distant transfer storage.
call 2131, Larmer Transfer Co. TrucKa
to Portland dally.
CAPITAL CITT Transfer Co. 221
State St TeL 7773. Distributing for
warding and atorasa our SDeclaltr.
Get our ratea
Truck for hire. Tel. 6278.
R. A. West, 86 years experience, RFD
7. Box 203. TeL 110FS.
Special series of meetings be
ing held nightly at ths Court
street Christian church will enter
the - second -week tonight, when
the visiting evangelist. Rev. Len
B. Fishback of Tillamook, will
preaeh on "God Calling to Man.-
The pastor, Rev. Hugh McCallum,
stated yssterday the first week's
session were highly successful and
that the music presented Sunday
night by Cue junior guitar club
was exceptionally well received.
Tonight the Auburn district or
chestra will furnish music, and
special music for the other nights
includes: Wednesday, male quar
tet and solo: Thursday, Junior
-harmonica band; Friday, Bar-
rick's male quartet; Saturday,
Gideon male quartet.
MT. ANGEL, Feb. 1J The last
of the series of lectures on Euro
pean countries by members of the
ML, ' Angel college faculty was
given Monday. February 12 at
8 p. m. The lecture was on Eng
land and was given by Rev. Mar
tin Pollard who is a native of that
HELD. FALLS CITY
FALLS CITY, Feb. 11. Funer-
serTices were held in the Metho
dist church Monday afternoon for.
Bronno S. Speerstra, who passed
away at his home hero Friday' af
ter a long illness. He was born ia
Holland near Amsterdam, July 3.
1877, and came to the United
States when 11 years of age with
his parents, who settled in Wis
consin near LaCroese. In 1808 h
was married to Miss Frances Cole,
ta which union were born a daugh
ter. Ellen, and two sons, Sam and
Gerald, all of whom surriTe him.
He came with his family to Port
land In 1914, seeking to regain
failing health, and had since re
sided in this state.
He Is also suTTired by his fath
er, S. F. Speerstra; four brothers,
A. H., P. J., S. S. and F. H.
Speerstra; a sister, M$ks Alice
Speerstra, all of Whitehall, Wis.,
and another ' sister, Mrs. O. C.
Stine of Washington, P. C. .
. Word has been received here of
the death Friday of Fred Zuver
in a waldport logging camp. He
was killed Instantly while running
a donkey engine. Zuver had spent
most of his life in and around
Falls City. Surviving him are his
widow, oae son and three daugh
ters. Funeral services were held at
the Methodist church Monday
How much time will be required
to award the contract for the fiTe
bridges which it Is proposed to
construct on the Oregon Coast
highway with the aid of federal
funds cannot be determined until
the contract between the state and
the public works administration
has been received, J. M. Devers,
attorney for the state highway
commission announced Monday.
He said the tentative contract
was en route from Washington to
Oregon by airmail and should ar
rive here today. It then will be
sent to Portland for consideration
of the state highway commission.
"If the conditions of the con
tract are such as we can accept
them it will be signed at once and
returned to Washington." Devers
said. "If, on the other hand, the
contract has to be modified or
changed, additional time will be
required to get actual construction
operations under way."
The cost of the bridges was es
timated at 15,200,000, of which
30 per cent would be obtained as
a direct grant. The remaining 70
per cent would be borrowed from
the government and be repaid out
of bridge tolls 'and other state
highway department receipts.
Get $7567 Soon
Cash totalling $7567 is on hand
for distribution to certain note
holders of the Willamette Valley
Mortgage and Loan company. In
solvent, E. W. Smldt, trustee of
certain of the firm's real assets,
reported in circuit court here yes
terday. Smidt was named by the
court to act for B. F. Giesy who
was formerly trustee of the prop
erty the noteholders took as secur
ity for obligations toUling 813.
500. The property was sold at
sheriff's sale and was bid In by
Smldt The total Judgment was
Murl Smldt contracted to buy
the mortgaged property a hop
ranch for $17,600 and has al
ready paid $8800 on account. The
trustee has received certain mis
cellaneous Income and has dis
bursed $3130, the bulk of the lat
ter being for back taxes. Ultimate
payment of the purchase contract
will pay the noteholders, whose
security was the hop ranch sold
by the sheriff. In full.
CHILD IS BURIED
SITVERTON, Feb. 1 2. Fun
eral services for Lawrence Otter
son, Jr., were held Monday from
the Ekman chapeL Lawrence,
who was born July 1, 1933, died
at the residence of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Otter
son at 60S Madison street. Be
sides his parents, he is survived
by two sisters, Ellen and Phyl
lis. Probe Witness
William-E. Boeing, of Seattle,
chairman of the board of United
Aircraft and Transport Corpora
tion, pictured as, ke testified before
Senate committee probing airmail
contracts. He admitted an original
investment of $487,000 he made in
aircraft stocks grew. to. iol00.000.
i. . . ' v
III CHEESE US
Butter. Eggs Steady; Chick-
end Demand is Strong;
Onion Sales Slow
PORTLAND. Feb. .-flVrhe.
Portland grain exchange was clos
Further showing of strength
was reflected la the cheese trade
generally throughout the country
dnrln g the week. Prises were
strong to higher again In spots..
Make continued to bo inade
quate to take care of demand and
storage withdrawals were there
fore still Increasing in most sec
The advance of le made In the
Tillamook prise indicated that the.
strength in the western sector was
Market for butter was without
nrice change for the week's open
ing here. There was still a good
tone locally but outside markets
have recently shown weakness in
Egg storage operations have
been started here and prices In
general appear steady " for re
sales with buyers offering little
change at country points.
Demand for turkeys was still
good here. This applied to local
as well as shipping orders. Cash
buyers are offering up to 18 c
pound for No. 1 toms for ship
ping and 18c for hens.
General chicken demand was
also showing a strong tone local
ly with buyers freely offering -10c
for light and medium weight
hens, a rise of lc in these lines
over last week's start.
Markets for country killed
meats continued firm at recent
extreme prices along Front ave
nue. Veal, lambs and mutton are
especially being sought, the lat
ter being scarce.
Sales of carloads of onions
were generally lacking at Ore
gon source! although an occasion
al lot is imported taken at lower
price for home consumption.
New potatoes were moving
fair with call for both Hawaii
and Florida stock.
Old potatoes were steady lo
cally but dull at the source.
PORTLAND. Ore., feb. 12. (AP)
Produce exchange, net prices: Butter
Kxtras 23 He, ttandards 23e, prima first
2 So, firit 22c. Ege Fraih extra
15c, fresh medium 13e.
PORTLAND, Ore Feb. 12. (AP)
Butter Print, extras 2$ieI stand
ard 25c pound.
Butterfat Portland delivery: A grdt
22-23c pound; farmer's door delivery 19
20 e pound.
Eggs Pacific poultry producers' sell
ing price : Fresh extra 17c, standard
16c, medium lie doxen. Buying price
by wholesalers: Fresh extras 14c, firsts
12c, mediums 10c, undergrade 10c, pul
let 10c doxen.
Country meat Selling price to re
tailer: Country killed hogs, best butch
er, under 150 pounds 9-9 He. Velers,
90 to 100 pound 10c; light and thin
6-8c Heary ealre 5-Tc pound. Lmb
15e. Hery ewes 4-7c pound. Medium
cow 3-5c pound; eanner cow 2Vj-3c-
pound. Ealls eft-sc pound.
Cheese fti score, Oregoa triplet
12e; loaf 13c pound. Brokers will pay
He below quotations.
Milk Contract price, 4 per cent,
Portland delivery $1.93 ewt. B grade
cream 37 He pound.
Mohair Buying price nominal.
Cascara bark - Buying price, 1933
peel 2 hie pound.
Hops 1933 cluster 25-30c pound.
Lire poultry Portland delivery, buy
ing prce: Colored fowl, under 6H
pound 12-13e; ever S pounds ll-12c.
Snrlna enlist. 3 to 2A pounds 1314c
Bolsters, orer 3 pound 1314c. Lec
horn fowl, over 8 Vi pound y-iue ; unaer
S pounds 8-9. Broiler 1H 1 J pound
l4-15c; 2 pound and up 12-14c pound.
Stag 6c. Booter 5c. Pekin ducks 12c;
colored 10c pound. Geese 10c pound.
' Onion Tskim Sl.40-1.50 Orejoa
Potatoes Local white aad zed 31.25-
1.85 cental; Yakima 1.45; Deschutes
1.75; bakers S2,
New potatoes Florida TriamphS
4.25 per 50 pounds; loe, peuaa.
Wool 1934 clip, nominal; Willamette
alley 22-25e pound; eastern Oregon 20
26c pound; southern Idaho 18-20e pound.
Hay Baring, pries from producer:
Alfalfa Ko. 1 new crop $15. Vetch $15.
Willamette -alley timothy Sl. .Mstera
Oregon timothy $17- Timothy grasses,
blended $15. Oats $12.50 toa.
POBTLAXD. Ore- Feb. 12. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 160O; calve 100;
Steers, good, common snd medium
IS.25 6. Heifers, eaaxmon and medium
$3-4.75. Cowa, good, commoa and 'me
dium $2.50-4; low cutter and cutter
$1.50-2.50. Balls, catter, common sad
medium $2.25-8. Vealers, good sad choice
$6-7 ; call, commoa aad medium $3-6.
-tl .J a.i ,)nr. 84 : Om-
mon and medium $2-4.50.
Hog Seceipu zsvu; iieaay.
Tl.h.liil ...J mm A a)ile S4.S"
wuw.i..ii e " . -
medium weight, good aad choice $4.65-5;
near jrcuttt. iuuu - -
t..vi miA M.1M nUnrhtar
r.cuui ww, evv ' . ,
pig, medium $S.50-S.B0. Fseder and
tockar pigs, coed snd eaoiee $8.60-4.
eneep neceipi xxuv , . ie-.
Lsmbc, food aad ehoic $7.50-8.25;
eommoa aad medium $5.50-7.50. Yearling
wethers $4-. Ewes, oed sad choice
$3-4; eommoa and medinm $2-8.25.
Ice Cream Code
With the going Into effect of
the Ice cream code Saturday the
price paid to dairymen for cream
used In ice cream making was giv
en an Immediate boost to a mini
mum of 35 cents a pound butter
fat.' The present ice. cream price
of $M0 a galloft for wholesale
deliveries calls for a cream price
of 35 cents to 45 cents a pound
butterefat basis. Previous nrlces
paid were from 28 cents a pound
down to as low as. 18 cents a
Ko ' controversy has'-attended
the' introduction of the Ice cream
code sack as marked th drawing
rip of the creamery code on but
ter. Tne purpose of the ice cream
code was to Increase price paid
producers, and stop price-cutting
competition among - ice , cream
makers.;? ,. -(." .... , "'-
: TEACHER EMPLOYED
! LIBERTY. Feb. 12. Ths
school board this week engaged
"Wayne Smith j of The Dalles to
teach the fifth and sixth grades,
replacing Mrs.; Harold Prwitt who
Is resigning the position. Mr.
Smith will assume bis duties Ian
short time. '
"Crsde B raw 4 Bilk,
fo-op pool price, 8J1.53 per
Distributor price 92.10.
, Bsrttesfat Top Zle,
Pta 24 He, cvbes aejac
Wees peU te (revert by gales beym
. . refcraary 18
. w. ....ma n Meal
fseer, axe Udi estiva of tha dally aaarkes.
5 ? jraarsBteadby The StatesiaaaJ
ninth amo TCosxAnuu i '
Braeeeli, Baaineis. Ke.
Craa berries. fceM.
Parsnips, hes lag
Taxaipe, sex htg-
Ratekasaa. box la
Brass Is rpraata. lag . ,,
Ecr Pleat, local
Caabace, ewt -
.80 te 1.1 S
green tappers. CslU, Is.
Oaioa. eoa. hanesee - ,,
Petatoea, local ....
. .75 te 1.00
-1.15 te 1.S5
.1.10 te 1.45
flalifml. Am, .t, ... . - . .
: Califoraia, lead xii te 8.25
Onion. Labia a f ?
Celery, das. ,o
Calery Hearts , .90
California U ml.
Karsls, fsaey ,,
Beets, Iocs!. oi.
Carrots, local, do.
-3.75 te- 8.25
.2S te 4.00
,- .05 H
Spiaaeh, local erat
Eaaaaas. lb. ea (Ulk
Sqnash, Danish, do. -
Tomato. California, ease
Sweet potato., lb.
Grapafniit. Florida '
.75 te 1.00
Cluster, 1983. lb., too ,
Filbert. Ib. .12 U to
nainnti, lb. .12 te
Mediums '" '
Colored fryer ,
Sarins Iambi tnn
Dor. 160 to 200 lbs.
120 to 160 lb.
..3.25 to 3.S0
Drested rel, top ,
Wnt, WMtern red .
White. Ko. 1
Barler fd Ka 1 t.n
: 19.00 1
Oats, feed, ton I
Barlav. maltin 'tnn
Oats, milling, ton .
y. bnyine price
Oat and Tetch. ton
Alfalfa VsIIav fi-n. .n.
Petersons Plant Two
Acres to Marshalls
SILVERTON sJJILLS. Feb. 12
Spring work is Well under way in
the Silverton Hills district. The
early spring weather has greatly
assisted in getting this done. Re
cently Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peter
son set out two acres of Marshall
strawberries on the Emma Cober
ly place of which they have
charge. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Nel
son set out a strawberry patch
for their own use.
By EUGENE SHEFFER
7- kind of
18 well skilled
21 made .
80 lines of
33 spike of
84 of greatest
68 civil fore
of a district
W margin i . ; ,
. 43 produce as r,.
i xlear profit
, 47 luminous
' 48 nib out
v " woolen :-.
62 a formal
58 a river In
69 an adhesive
62 plunge into
foremost 63 remainder
65 one of the
66 a support
2 Fail to keep
8 not fractional
Herewith Is the solution to Sat
urday's Puzzle. .
5 E AHD iLTlS 05
Assets Swelled, Dividend Is
Near Top; Volume of
Business Over '31
The Metropolitan Life Insure
ance company Issued, revived ant
Increased a total of 3.1T4,tl4A ,
475 paid - for Ufa Insurance lit
1933. Increased its assets 111
388.711. paid n record amount U
policyholders and declared thft
third largest dividend la its his
tory. These nnl other features of
the company's annual business
statement were announced last
Thursday by Frederick H. Ecker,
president of the Metropolitan, at
the opening session of the annual
convention of the company's field
managers In the Metropolitan au
ditorium. Th convention, attend-
ea oy mors iaaa ivvw iieia rep
resentatives in the United States .
and Canada, continued through'
Saturday and concluded with a
banquet at the Hotel Astor Sat
urday evening. Otto Kuch, Sa
lem manager, attended the con
vention. "The volume of life insurance
business done by the MetropoU
tan last year was less than three
per cent behind tbe total of 1932.
and only slightly more than save
per cent off from that of 1S31 -the
company's record year. At the
end of last year, the Metropolitan
had in force total ' life insurance
of $18.802,984.818 $9,935,238.
415 ordinary, $6,424,469,056 in
dustrial, and $2,442,279,345
group. In addition, the company
had in force personal accident
and health insurance carrying a
principal sum benefit of $1,213.
622,700, and weekly indemnity of
$12,536,918. The total asets of
the company on December 31
were $3,860,761,191. -
Payments to Metropolitan pol
icyholders or their beneficiaries,
which passed the half-billion dot- v
lar mark in 1932. surpassed even
that record last year. Of the to
tal amount. $151,586,374 was
paid in settlement of death'
claims, and well over $400,000,
000 to living policyholders. The
total payments averaged $4,
740.73 a minute for each bust- .
The company's Income for the
year was $S71.233,003. The
amount reserved for dividends
payable in 1934 was 595.230,452.
The regular scales of dividends
on premium - paying policies are
the same as those of a year ago.
Triplet Lambs Arrive
on E. Stauffer Farm
HUBBARD. Feb. 12. Triplets
were born to an ewe belong to
Elmer Stauffer Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mur
phy, who have purchased a 320
acre farm between Lebanon and
Albany, visited friends here last
SILVERTON, Feb. 10. Two
births were reported from the Sil
verton General hospital Wednes
day. A fire pound son was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph: Mulkey,
and a nine pound daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Norburg. The
son was named Leland and the
ment 6 finish
7 drink in
tities 8 machine for
9 skip snd
10 a portion
11 r-a lake port
vania 12 ruddiest
15 to exile
80 n derated
31 scene ef
test 32 music an
eies(plural) 35 phrying
56 a male child
42 most cer
tain 44 pertaining
to the earth
49 an elemen
60 a division
- ef the calyx
54 the national
- - -