The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 10, 1956, Page 31, Image 31

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    32-Scc. IV) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Trl, Aug.. 1056
ThcyU Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo
Sdcty-two fights stomo-
MOBOCV WAS BEEN 48LE TO
EVEN. MUSS HIS H4IR""
1bo4y HE W4S P16&Y'
SACK VVTTW HIS LITTLE WO""
TW4TS ALL FOR STOW.'
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SN4PPED.' GET
.4 oncroafi
I, cV7 -W iT I I h .l II iMK
; Ifnhnon Report n :
7se 0 Pills Threat
To Health in Nation
By ROGER W. BABSON
'Cnnvrlght 199 Publishers Financial Bureau, Incorporated
BABSON PARK, Mass. I have stressed continually in this column
that the continuation of present prosperity depends upon the con
sumers, or cousumers of your local stores. So long as retail sales
remain high, all is well, and husbands will continue employed; but
when you begin to restrict buying, then retailers buy less from manu
facturer!. The manufacturers then begin to lay off their wagework
rs and retail sales are further reduced the "vicious circle." Hence,
the business cycle so calledturns downward until we have a depression.
-GOOD WAGES AND .ADVERTISING
duett Pea
Coca Coll
Colgate . ...
Com . Credit ,.
Comw F.riison
Con Edison
Container .. -
Cont Can ,.
Cont Oil ..
Crane Co
Crown Zell
Curtis, Wr
I)
Deere Co
Dia Ma'ch
NEW YORK -Rails were the j Z -c"m
Metals Brake
Stocks Climb
v New York Closing Stocks
v- Deported o
" Merrill Lynch. Pierce Fenner and Bean
Admiral Corn IS
Al Chem 4i Dy Ul'i
Allied mrs . op,
Allis- Chain 3f
Alcoa - UI'J
Aluminum Ltd .144',
Am Atrlin 25',
Am Can 41
Am Cyao 74
Am Motor . 8',
Am Stl rdr i. 49',
Am T A T .... lt'.
Am Tobacco 78',
Am Vlwwa 35',
Anac Copper P
Armco ...... 654
Armour ., 18',
Atrheaon Top . 160
Avco . ...... 6',
B
Rendlx Avla ....
Bent Tooda
Beth -Stl :....:
Hoeing Air ...
Borden ......
Bor Warn
Rucvrus
Burro Adding
C
Call Pack
Campb Soup ......
Can Pac By
Cane J I
Calerp Trac .
Cehinese .. . ..
Celntex
Certainteed' ........
Chea A.- O By' ....
Chi M SI P .
Chi NW Rv ...I...
Chi R la By .....
Chryaler
CIH Kcrv
Climax Mply 7.1",
,4
11 ;
34'
"52H
fu
47'.
.. 57'e
.. 4
. I85
. 61'.
61',
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. M'4
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211
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70'
RetaQ sales and employment have ben kepi" UpyXtmrtvrTin'cllaiiKtd'.-
heroes and metals he villains of; Du P d Ne
Thursdays stock market rise, the
third straight this week.
The market was higher from the
start. But in the final hour, steels,
which had been ragged earlier,
turned definitely downward. Cop
pers and other metals dipped sud
denly. Rails remained ahead.
. The Associated Press average of
60 stocks rose 40 cents to f 190 50
with the industrials unchanged,
the rails up $1.30 and the utilities
rilntkota .. 37',
Ford Motor ... ',,
Oen Dynamics m B'i
Gen- wer .; 4
C.en Tooda - o".
Cen Motora 4S'i
Gen Tire W
r;o Pac Plv 74 'i
Gillette M',
Glidrirn 37
Goodrich . . S3,
Goodvear . 7',a
Grace 'W R M
Grt No Ry 43a
Grt Went Suf M'.
Greyhound 14',
Gult Oil .....13S',
H
Homeataka t
I
Int Harveat ..
Int Nickel .
Int Paper .
t
Johmr.Mana
Jonea U h Stl S4 '
K
Kaiaer Alum
Kennecott ....
Kern Land ..
L
Llbby McN .
I. lire Mveia
,V,'lLOF Glaa
- a i I n,bh.Ml Air
Loew'a Int ,
line Bell A
lnllard .
M
Mannavoi
Marah Field
MAM Wood ...
Merck & Co
Mont Chem
Mont Ward .:
Motorola
Natl Blacuit .'
Natl Cash Res ....
Volt riairv
VI". i Natl Distill '. '!
I'a Natl Gvpsum .....
. 9 Natl l.eid
. ', I Natl Sitoplv
. 37', Nv Central
No Am Avia
?S', i No Pac Rv
.in , i NW Airline,
r-H IT
77', ! r
21S
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37',
34'.
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42',
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37',
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2',
M
1?1
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4li
IS',
1 Olln Math
I 'Otis Elev .
. am,
F.at Air Li...
Fa,t Kortak ..
F.l Pm Ga
Fme- RAdio ..
Ex Cello .
r
ra,lrchitd .
tt'i I Pabco '
. j r.c C, A FJ ...
0, Pac T A T- ...
. " I Pan Am Alp .
- l't I Penney J C -
Penn Rv
... 11' I Peratl Cola
.... 37'.
SI
... 141'i
...
3',
24',
21'.
Phalpa-Dodia
Phllco Corp ...ii; li,
Phil Morril . 4V,
Phil Petrol . M,
Pillsbury 4l,
Proc Ar Gam ....... S.V,
Pu Sit P a L 2'
Pur Oil . 4',
' B
Radio Corp 4,
Ravonter Inc .. 4fl,
Repub Fill 82',
Reynolda Met 82 ,
Reynold, Tob
Richfield O 77
Royal Dutch 104.
S
Safewav Strs S7,
St Joe Lead u
SI L A SF Ry 2'i
St Drill Paper . M ',
Sthenlev Ind I'f
Scott Pnper 7.1',
Seara Roe ....... 3.V,
Shell Oil aa
Sinclair Oil sai,
Skelly Oil 70',
Si'onov-Mob S8',
Sou Cal Kdt . 81',
Sou Pac By . 51 ,
Sou Ry 47 ',
Sperrv Band . 27',
Std Brand, .W4
: Std Oil Cal K
' Sid Oil Ind St',
I Sid Oil NJ . M',
Stude-Park 7V
' Sunrav Oil 29',
: Sunhln M S ',
Swift A Co 47',
Sylvanla El .. hi',
- T
Texaa Co . S3',
Texas Gulf ....... S4,
Textron
Tide-Aaao .-. 4T,
Tranaam '.. ' 3S',
Trana Wo Air . SI',
Twen t en fax ...... 23'
, V
Union Carb. i. ,
t'nion Oil .W7
I'nlon Pac Rv 33'.
t'nl Atrcrnft 801,
Unl Air Lines 41',
Itnl Corn ' .
Vnl Fruit . 49',
t' Plvwood 4
t'S Pubher St ,
US Steel SS
W
Warner Pic tll
Willi Water P 3,
We,t Air Br S.V,
Weatern Air 23'.
Weatern F.lec ... SS't
Weatern Union 1'
Woolworth 47.
Z
Zenith 10
Portland Grain
PORTLAND Coarse grains,
13-day shipment, bulk, coast de
livery: Oata No. 2 SS-lb. white
41100; Barley No. 2 4Mb. B. W.
47.00; Corn No. 1- E- Y- shipment
72.)
Wheat (Bid) to arrive market,
basis No. 1 bulk, delivered coast:
Soft White 2.12; Soft White 'ex
cluding Rex) 212; White Club
2.12.
Hard red winter: ordinary 2 11.
Car receipts: Wheat 109; Bar
ley 43: Klour I; Corn 7; Mill
Feed (.
. . NOTICt TO DEALERS
The City of Salem. Oreson It call
in for aealed proprtaala to furnlah
the followlns'.
ITEM I-One (II itandard current
model pickup truck meetins the fol
lowing ipecificntlona:
tl) Crnea vehicle weifht rating not
leu than 9000 pounds.
(?) Rodv lenth. 6', feet.
(3l Stindard cab with heater A
defroater.
(4) Six-ply tires wi.th tubes; spar
wheel and tire
(9) Siandard 11 volt electrical
system.
(SI Rear bumper.
(71 Painted aimour yellow.
k. ADS W THIS COLUMN
' RECEIVED . , ,
Too Late to Classify
400 Agririilturf 400 Ap-lrulture
413 rult t Farm Prduc12 Fruit i rm Pra)u(
rilBN. Cottage for tent Includes
water, per mo. Glen
Woodry, loot N. Summer.
I- BDRM. Inquire 142 Market
4-.KISK.
ITEM II -On til Standard current RpNT flr .j, on"Viii"ir"aict i
norm. bungalow ne ,, run
TBAOB equity Ift t bdrm. hae.
lor moo. trailer hae. Ph.
4-lll.
tl BO ADM ASTER 29' trailer 1
rma. all modern with T-V. and
antenna, duo wheela. 1740 Ox-
fra.
CADILLAC Bear end lor 148
U. Phone 1-7228.
84 CMC ,'T pick-up, excellent
cond. 2 new rear tire, radio
and heater. Ph. 2-8149.
firtf PONTIAcTcieanmust aelL
SSOPh. 2-0878.
FOR SALE: Willamette Blver
home sites, luox.lfco'. ( ml.
S. W. on food road. School
bua by door. Sandy Dears
. with shade treea. Good duck
huntlns A fianlng. Ph. 4-411)
after 8 p.m.
Df'.SIHE 1 bdrm. houae unfurn
WlU lv sood car. Bet. Box
238. btatennan-Journal.
1OTI
Cultivated Evergreen Blackberries
. KELLY FARQUHAR
1460TILEHD.
PH. 2-4133
42S Auction S.Ut
423 AuctLi, S.I..
Investment Trusts
Safer W. Babee
local and national advertising. The latter has been
greatly aided by photography, color printing, radio,
and now TV. Unless something unexpected happens
to shake confidence, retail sales will be further stim
ulated by air conditioning and self-service. Some
day a little oxygen will be fed into air-conditioning
systems, which, will be a great blessing to all.
I, however, wish to refer this week to '"pills"
which are being used so unnecessarily by wage
workers, many of whom leave home without a
real breakfast. The "coffee break" is the most
apparent development in this line. The milk and
sugar are real food; but the coffee is only a tempo
rary stimulant lasting at most one half hour. Those working on
continuous-line production who must keep up with the speed of the
bells often use dexedrine pills. These tend to keep one awake and
supply "pep."- They -don't work with all people who really 'need
better meals and more asleep.
ASTOUNDING STATISTICS
But consider the following slaUsti.cs on pills which are being
used loday-r-not by sick people but these who are employed in
lactones, retail stores, and of I ices. The following figures have been
supplied by Dr. Henry van Zile Hyde of the U.S. Public Health
Service at Washington. He says: Each year we dose ourselves
ftjih about 400 tons of barbiturates a nerve drug), S4 tons of ampheta
mine "pep-up" drug, and 7,000 tons of aspirin made into 19 billion
live-grain tablets! In addition, there are billions of laxative pills sold.
Much of this tonnage is consumed bv tired mothers orenaratorv
, to shopping at supermarket or some other retail store. The final"
step may be to give pills, free, to customers as they enter the store!
- Such pills would keep them longer on their aching feet and give them
courage to buy more goods. All of these stimulants are in addition
" to the- highballs and doses of whiskey or brandy taken regularly at
The ta'kinr of" such Bills-like buvlne on installment-may not be Storks and BomI
harmful if properly controlled. It, however, is dangerous for wage- j remptiea by tb Associated pre.
workers, consumers, or retailers to depend too much upon such
artificial stimulants. Not only does their use serve only temporarily
but it is a dangerous and unnatural way to get free from pain, fatigue,
and other troubles. Those depending upon such should go to a
physician for a "check-up" and learn how to eliminate the cause i . rhen
o( their troubles.
Sale Picture
Hikes Grains
Salem Quotations
Rl'TTFftFAT (Andresen ,
Premium .
No. 1
Volume was the best since June
I with a turnover of 2.5iO.OOO i CHICAGO l Apparent bright-
shares compared with 2.40.000 ening of foreign trade prospects aa
Ws?HlWx!fiV ' If ---I- f.a.m. mioKas4 i I a... I A A
"-' j . lor ummr .Kia.ii uium H"reu i r
"t.rnl Iti 1 1 in 1 i-Trrtrfr-Ti Jd Stm, Oregon, t. rail
under these wholesale prices!:
Jumbo A
F.xtia Large AA
.87
model pickup truck nieetlnf the fol
lowing minimum specifications:
(II Gross vehicle weiaht rating not
lea, than S9O0 poranda.
121 Body length. 7', feet.
(3) Standard cab with heatef and
defroater.
(41 Six-ply tire, with tubes, spar
wheel and tire.
(31 Four-speed transmiwlon.
(fit Standard II volt electrical
,y,tem.
(71 Rear bumper.
(Si Painted armour yellriw. , .
All proposals shall he in the hands
Sf the City Purchasing. Agent" not
later than .Wednesday. August 22,
IH.vs at 10 A.M. and shall b opened
by him at that time.
Delivery la desired Immediately.
All dealers shall slat the delivery
dat in th proposal.
Complete description and standard
specifications sneets with notations
in Ink showing any modifications
shall be included In the propoaal Xor
each Item bid.
The right Is reaervd hi the City
to reject bids for one- or both Items,
or to accept the propoaal or combi
nation of items which appear moat
advantageous.
Specifications required for biddinf
mav be inspected at the office of th
City Engineer or City Purchasing
Agent.
- CHARLES A. BARCLAY. PA.
A-10,11
NOTICB TO DEALERS
Ing for aealed propoaals tu fUfnlsn
the following
... M ITEM I. Three 1 3i each standard
wheat futures up on the Board of ,"" "" :
' IIlka. Smither A Co., Inc.)
Bid Asked
Affiliated fund 34 SM
Canadian Fund . ..11 80 23 9
Century Shares Trust ... 24 39 2(1 37
Chemical Fund IS 49 19 99
Delaware Fund II S3 1301
Diver. Inveat. Fund S 82 jo 78
Dividend Shares .... 2 98 3 24
Eaton A H. Bal. Fund . 23 .78 23 oo
Gas Ind .. 13 22 18 S3
Group Tobacco 4 29 4 71
lucuLp. Inveators ... 10.88 11 52
Kev Cuat. Funds:
B-3 17 88 19 51 :
B-4 1IIK8 11 87 ,
K-l .. ... 9 04 9 H7 i
S-l 13 :1 14 52 I
. S-4 11124 11 18
Man. Bond Fund 7 89 8 83
Maaa. Invest. Trust ........ 12 48 13.47
Natl. Sac. Series:
Income Series ,Cl 48 8 99
l Stock Series 9 17 10 02
Pref. Stock S S 78 9 8n
rf'-Natl. Div. Series . 4 95 5 41
Nail. Growth 8 83 . 7 48
Ptfineer Fund ,. 14 41 15 87
Tel.-Eler. Fund 12.17 13 70
Value Line Inc. Fund S 10 (187
Wellington Fund .14.23 19 51
Trade Thursday. Virtually a 1 1
registered slight gains.
Factors which put all wheat de
liveries except September at new
seasonal high levels were: in
creasing evidence of big export
tonnage this year; the govern
ment's plan to permit export of
privately-held grain, starting next
month; and indications that free
wheat supplies may become
scarce.
Wheat closed 2's to 3'i cents
per bushel higher, September
tl .11 U to $2.18: corn 4 to
POt I TRY (Northweal Poultry I
Colored Hens
Leghorn Hens
Colored Fryers
Colored Boastera ....
Old Rooalere-
58
.a:i
.31
-XI
.18
.14
. .23
.20
.18
Portland Produrr
PORTLAND im Butterfat -Tentative,
subject t e immediate
change Premium quality: deliv
ered in Portland. 60-63 lb; first
quality 57-60; second quality 52-55.
Butter-Wholesale, fob. bulk
11117 s2.ll 'a to Z.1H: corn '4 to N ; . . , , V. j .
'ISi'i.- i - c . T..k, ei ,t i. i ji. cubes to wholesalers Grade AA,
9 7 i hifjhtT. September 1147 ' to H; .... , ,
"? oau lower to . higher. Sep- sj, Km-S'l: ZZ,VP!i
I temher 73 '.: rye , to 1 higher. ? ' J ' 90 cor C
August $
BOND AVF.KAGFS
20 18
September l.3fi ' to $1.36; soy
beans 'i to 1 'i higher, Septem
ber $2.43 W,-and lard 2 to 8 cents
per htindrd pounds higher, Sep
tember $11.70.
Chicago Grain
CHICAGO (API Grain:
open
IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FOOD
Thursday
Prev. Day
Week Aeo
Surely the prosperity of the nation as well as our own-being I Month a so
could be benefited by the regular eating of more' good food. Coffee i ,i,"r H,h'
ifus uw
1955 Hih
1935 Low
Rail
Dl
93.1
9.11
94 1
94 9
9S
9S.1
93 8
99 8
98 8
will not take the place of oatmeal; ice cream sodas will not serve
for healthy lunches; while hurried dinners or suppers may keep you
iive. but not prosperous. We cannot get on with scant and hurried
meals any more. than furnace can provide power without sufficient ' stock Avm.u.n
coal or oil.
Although girls' beautiful complexions are out of my field, yet j NM Chang
1 am told "on authority" that the money spent on cosmetics would 'Thuradav
give far more rosy cheeks if spent on more good food, fresh air, pure j
drinking water with more sleep. Let me further remind readers j Month a'o
o( the old question: "How does the word "diet" read when we leave Year An
the "t" off I lw" H"h
I Ull. . , jrijn Low
Although I am an optimist on nils, chemicals, and certain other j t Hutu
groups of stocks, yet 1 have continually kept in mind that some , 'M 'nw
unexpected event may at any time happen. I wrote a column on
this subject a few weeks ago. The recent sudden taking over of the
Suei Canal by the new Egyptian government is an illustration of what
I had in mind. Even in these good days this sudden event caused
several billion dollars to be knocked off the value of oil stocks and
other internationally owned securities within a few hours.
We are now living in a small world. Whatever our religion,
color, or nationality, we are brothers together economically. Every
Investor in the world has lost money by this act of the Egyptian
government.
Ind
t'mh
93 f
93
95 9
95 7
98 2
97 7
95 8
99 S
96 4
WHEAT
September
May -
July
CORN -
September
December
2 nt',-15',
2 21',
3?Vt
2 22', -23
2.15'.-',
19 score, 55.
Cheese To wholesalers-rO"gin
singles, 41-46 lb; Oregon 5 lb loaf,
43'j-50.
Eggs To wholesalers Cand'ed
fob. Portland, A large. 50-54' j;
A medium, 46-40' ; A small, 29-
JO'a
Ecfs T(i- retailers Grade AA.
OM larse. 57-59; A large, 52-56: A A
2 ls'i-il,' medium, 49-51; A medium. 4-50:
2 23', -24 I A srrall SJI..17 r.irtnn. no rhino
2 27'.-'. , ' .'.;,;.,
IU 1 VVIItfl 4aJUll .I'll CI g
Egg. To consumers AA large,
in in
t'lil Frn s March
D 2 A I 1 May
84 2,Julv
84 I OATS
84 3 1 September
84 3 i December
85 8 j March
83 2 , Mav
93 7
93 9
94 1
94 4
98 8
98 0
93 9
100 1
Mil
1 48',
1 .78',
1 4.7'.
1 45',
1 48
IV,
78',
77'.
lev
8.1
88 3
840
RYE
2 23'. -25
2 16',
1 47'
1
1 4.1 '
1 48',
1.48-48',
73'.
76',
77',-',
78',
6W9; A large, 61-66: AA mediiim,
, Sfifil; A medium, 53 60; A small,
37-4:
i- Live poultry No. 1 quality.
current model truck chassis w-lth
cab, meeting the following mini
mum specification,:
(1 Gross vehicle weight rattnf of
not leaa than IS 000 pounda.
(2) Wheel base. 129 Inches.
(3l Cab axle, 80 Inches.
(41 Front axle capacity, 4308 pounds.
(Si Rear axle capacity, 14.000
pounds,
161 Engine. 284 cu. In. displacement.
(71 Bonater brakes.
(8l 2 speed rear end.
(91 (8 Two chassis shall be equip
ped with 4-speed trans
missions, (b) One chassis shall be equip
ped with S-speed trans
miaston. (101 Permanent type oil filter,
(111 8 25 20 10 ply tires with
tubes.
(12iDiac wheels with Goodyear
type locking rims.
(13l Painted Armour yellow.
ITEM II. Two 121 each standard 1-4
cu. yd. I foot dump bodies with
hmt, mounted and 1n working
order on two of th rhasais of
Item I. at th option of the City
and shall be not lea than the-following
minimum,:
1 1 1 One-third cab guard.
t2i 2 side braces each side.
3i Tailgate and spreader chains
I4i Outside tailgate latch control.
(5t 316" deck plate with continu
ous weld,
(6i Fully fussetted tinder frame.
(71 7" or equal hydraulic cylinder
antl-frlction bearing power
take-off with needle trunion
bearing ahaft.
(8 Painted armour yellow to match
chasals.
All 'proposals ,ball he In the bands
of the City Purchasing Agent not
I,
LAB ftHNICIAN
Immediate vacancy exists at
Oregon Slata Hospital, Salem,
for reg. lab. technician. Sal
ary range 1324 to 1418. For
further Information contact
- personnel office O SH.r Salm..
Ph. 4-8851 ext. 371.
BABY buggy, lather.r0. Ph.
3-5387.
NAVY life ' Jackets. UM "Glen
t Woodtju. ia)iNJ Summer,
19' BOAT A trailer factory
built, very good cond. Eyerly
Foreign Cars.
bam't.. oil furnace, cloae to
Capitol bldg . Store. A bua.
Cloae. Ph. 2-7.506
CLEAN quiet 1 rm. apL etoae
in, lady. 849 Ferry.
EXPERIENCED dreaa maker.
Mta. Julius Pincus. Ph. 3-9.142.
BEAN pickers1 wanted, excellent
.lid picking, fttait Aug Intn.
Jim Wilson, Ph. 2-2207 or
2-0150.
WANTED, maid forSenator
Hotel. See Violet Gilchilet.
housekeeper.
WANTED, bellman-atScnator
Hotel.
WANTED, bus boy for Senator
Hotel
AUTO MECHANIC WTnTF.D"
We want a good qualified me
chanic for our foreign car
service dept. Must be clean A
good habits. This la a good
opportunity for right man.
Apply in person to Britten.
Car Sales. 1069 N. Capitol. Ask
for Mr. Duncan.
n
AT 4040 Center St., Salem
. On Sat., Aug, 11th 10 A.M & 7 P.M.
LARGE HOME OF GOOD HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS GOtNfl
AT AUCTION. THE HIGHEST BIDDER WILL BE THE WIN
NER A A LUCKY ONE LOOK 1950 HOTPOtNT ELEC.
RANGE, 1950 FR1G1DAIRF. S-FT. BFFRtC... 1990 MAYTAO
. ELEC. WASHER, 5-PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SET. 5-PC.
GREY CHROME SFT. 5-rC FOX GREY WROUGHT IRON
SET. 1950 KIRHY VACUUM CLEANER, A ATT. 4: GAL. COL-,
LINK ELEC. WATER TANK. .2? RIFLE. KITCHEN CABINET,
2 DAVENOS, 2 SWING ROCKEBS, CHEST DRAWERS, 2 OC
CASIONAL CHAIRS. fLOOR A TABLE .LAMPS. FIREPLACf
SET TOOIS A SCnFEN, IRONING BOARD, 1 MAPLE CAP.
TAIN CHAIRS, MAPLE DESK. 2 STEP TABLES. COCKTAtU
TABLES, 1 YR BABY CKlfl, 6 YB. I BIB A MATT . 3-PIECB
CHARCOAL BEDROOM SET, 2 SETS, BOX SPRINGS. M
MATT, 1 SINGLE HOLLYWOOD BED COMPLETE, DRESS
ERS, BEDS. A MATT SPRINGS, AIJ, KINDS OF MISC.
ITEMS, FRUIT JARS, FRUITS A VEGETABLES.
At 2 P.M. Sat. Livestock
AT AUCTION BY HEAD OR WEIGHT GIVE US A TBYI Wt
GET THE TOP MARKET PRICE HERE AT HOME. NO LONO
HAULING. WE SELL ANY A ALL FOR YOU, COWS. BULLS,
VEALS. BABY tALVFS.!HF.EP. HOGS, GOATS, CHICKENS
BABBITS. HAY. GRAIN., OR WHAT HAVE YOU FOR SALE!
SEE IT AT SCOTTY'S BIG COMMUNITY AUCTION HOUSE.
WHERE THE BIG CROWDS ALL CO THFRES'ORE YOU
WILL GET BIG BETL'RN IN DOLLARS It CENTS.
AUCTIONEER
COL ERNEST E. SCOTT
OWNER It OPKRATOR
Ph 4-643.1
FARM SALES. CONDUCTED ANYWHTRf. BY EXPERIENCED
MEN WHO KNOW THE BUSINESS. THEREEORE GETTINO .
, YOU THE TOP MARKET PRICE FOR YOUR FARM MER
CHANDISE. WE KNOW THE VALUE OF YOUR rRODUCB.
GIVE US A TRY, IT PAYS.
402 Livestock for Solo
NO 2x4, random length S2S
er M. zxgi tongue A groov
per M . ex. for sub floors.
N w. Product,. 490 S. Pae.
Hwy., Woodbu'n.
LARGE Thermador eic. rang
with hullt-ln elec. heater, f 150.
Ph. 1-4869. 451 Oxford.
M. W. deep frees 1 yrs. old
S140.325Sunnyvlew.
GENERAL' Electric deep well
, ltpump 75. Ph. 4-5898.
9x11 WILTON rug In very food
cond. 835. U40 N. isth.
Gravenstein apples
SI Cecil Bovd. , ml. E. Clear
Ph. 2-iu.
FOR SALE,
I-ake School
U-PICK cucumbers. Ph.' 2-7187.
RKPOSSKSSr.D '5 Model 300
BOTO-lloe with 14 Rotary
lawnmower attachment. Cot
new, S29 95 Best offer over
8100 take,. Ph. 2-244 or see
at 597 Marino Dr.. Salem.
Nici "weaner""pigs.Phr"4-23iL
SEWING MACHINE
REPOSSESSED Singer console.
forward and reverse atitch.
. fullv filar. Balanre. SBS 90.
Take over for 81 25 wk. Ph.
4-7102.
SEWING MACHINE
SINGER rir.k model. 89 50.
New model, ea.v terms Lib
eral trade In, Ph. 4-7102.
300 PtTMinal
310 Meeting Notice
BAHA'I world faith Information,
w irte Statesman-J'rn'l, Box 118
GRAY gelding for sale, gentle.
Ph. 1-32!'S.
rOR SALE or trade, reg Hera
ford cattle. Ph. 3-7048.
FOR SALI 4-g al. Guernsey
Ifamlly cowl. Ph. 1-2741,
FOB SALE or trade, gentle po
nies for children, also good
aaddl hnrees. Bob Franke. 3n9
N. Water St., Silverton. Ph.
1-8134.
PBOFESSUONAL horaeihoer La
Hanson, 4-4714 r 4-rol.
403 Livestock WentesJ
LIVESTOCK buyer. Claud Ed
wards. Bt. a. Box Wsr.4-lll3
CATTLF. buyers 4297'state. t
lA H. Sntthen. 1-1343. 1-4380.
CAlILsV. norse'e, at your farm
r C MrCsndlish, R l.lt 1 89
CATTLE buyer. A. t Sommer.
1280 Harmony Dr. Ph. 4-9087
404 Poultry ottd Robbits
BABY Chirks hatched yr. round
Vslley Farm Stori4-4624.
CUSTOMDRESSING
Of poultry W., bue rabbits.
Wing 8. 3989 Stat. Ph. 4-3916.
J6t Fat
412 Froil I Farm Produ
COI DEN Cocker Spaniel pups
for .ale. Ph. 21914.
iater than Wednesday. Auguat 22. 1958 , I4 I ... -j t J
., in a u ..a .K.n k J LOSf ODO rOUPO
at 10 A M. and shall be opened by
19
Ind Bails
Vmh Al 3
275 I 142 5
275 1
27S3
2fi!l I
2.W4
2TS.1
244 0
257 8
203 1
141 2
142 7
110 7
129 9
153 I
129 0
142 4
114 9
September 133', 1 38', -38
December 139', 141",-',
March 142', -4J 143'.
Mav . 1 43', 1 44',
SOYBEANS
September 2 42'. 2 4.1-4.1',:
November 2 3B',-39 2 3H',-'a
January 2 42 2 42',
March 2 44 2 5i,
May 2 43'..', 2.48'. -47
Chicago Livestock
f o b. Portland Fryers. 2'i 4 him at that time
lbs, 23 ; at farm, 22-22't: light j Delivery Is de.lred Immediately,
hens. 14 at farm; heavy hens, 18 All dealers ahall state th delivery
at the farm: old roosters. MO. proposal.
Ttirkevs-To producers L I V e I fornplete description and standard
...;.u r . - . i 'Specifications sheets with notations
weight fryers. 27-28; young turkey i, )nk ihoWin. anv mmtfictinn.
DAILY CROSS WORD p-
ACROSS
1. Armed
conflicts
I. Jump
. Custom
10. Circuit
12. Lizard
13. Under,
ground
shoot, as
a potato
14. Wastt land
It. Twtca
(prefix)
17. Before
18. Slav
22. Piuit
' S. Monetary
unit (LaD
Ostrich-like
bird
7. Warp.yarn
S. Mottled,
as a horse
t. Angle mad
by a fault
vein (geol.)
11. Trifrons
(A.. Iron.)
15. Tuesdsy
(abbr.)
19. Steamship
(abbr.)
20. tean-to
23. Kind of rock 21. Boy's nam
14. Astringent 22. Gatherings
rruit
17. Remnants
of cloth
II. Pneumatic
tubes
.SO. Fish
21. Equivoca
tion 23. Tree (India)
36. Radium
(sym.)
37. Building -for
horses
30. Subsided' '
43. Per. to
theesr
4)4. Bondsman
45. Give wavy
appearance
to
it. Prime
minister of
. England
47. Russian
news agency :
DOWN
I.Bet
1 Degrade
3. Hoar frost
4. Covered
with atari
24. Cubic
meters
25. Habit
able .
24. Opn '
tngs
. (anat.)
29. Chines
river
30. Un
im pair.
d
C2. Esker
gl)
33. Hill
side , dugouts
(Fr.)
of neighbors 34, Edible
for work mollusks
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mm
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25. 8uccor
38. A subtle
emanation
40. Spoiled
41. Ardeh,
movie
actress
42. Cosy room
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Market's, at Glance
NEW YORK (AP
Stm-ks -Higher; rslls and selected
issues gain.
Bond, - Mixed: Industrial convert
ibles back down.
Cotton -.irregular; trading quiet.
CHICAGO:
Wheat Strong, free export pros
pects. Corn Finn, on wheat trend.
Oats Steady, with market tone,
Soybeans Firm, export hone,.
Hoe, Steady to weak: 017 so top.
Cattle Strong on medium grades:
$28 50 top.
Dow Jones Averages
13 80
t'lil Stcka
Unih A.4
76 6 190.5
78 6 190 1
78 7 191 1
74 4 11.6 5
741 1713
76 8 111 5.
711 171 8
757 181 9 CHICAGO (API (USDAr Hog,
67.2 148 8,7 000; steady to 25 lower on butchers:
! sows steady to strong. Instances 25
hisher; hulk No 1 to 3 200-270 lb.
18 50-17 00; top 170; few lots No. 2
and 3 2SH-.W0 lb. 18 00-16 90; 180-190
Ih 15 00-16 50; sows 13 00-16 23.
Cattle 1.5.10: calves 200; steers
steady to strong; heifers steadv:
other r1asie, mostly steady: few load,
and lota choices to low prime 1030
1185 lb. steers 24.90-28 50; good to
low choice grade 20 00-24 00; some
standard to low good steers 16 00-
19 50; utility and standard heifers
12 00-18 00; utility and commercial
cows 10 50-12 30; canners and cutters
8 50-10.50; bulls 13 23-15 00; good and
choice vealers 20 00-23 00: edit to
commercial vealers 10 00-20 00.
Sheep 1.300: slaughter lambs steady
to 50 lower; yearlings erratic; top 28
higher; general trade steady to 50
lower; most good to prime spring
Ismhs 20 00-2.100: cull to low good
1.100-19 00; shorn slaughter ewes
3 50-5 00.
NEW YORK IAPI Dow Jones
closing stock avenges:
High Low
30 Indus, 5JIJ4 917 13
20 Ralls 17124 lnH.12
13 Ullls 71.15 70 611
8 Stocks 184 94 IS2 88
Close
319114
170 (Ml
Chicago Onions
Western Securilies
C.llka, Smither A Co. Inc. I
CHICAGO (API Onions:
Onen HlKh Low Close
0 93 : NoVy I Old i 1 .17 1 37 1 37 I 37 I
Nov. (New) I 42 I 42 1 32 1 40
Jan. I 6.1 1 63 1 52 I 59
Feb. 1 70 1 72 1 68 1 70
These bid and ask quotations rep
resent pi ices nt which one or more
dealers, members nf the National As
sociation of Security Dealers Inc.,
would trade with the general pub
lic al tne time the quotations wer
fathered at 3 p.m. yesterday:
Calif -Oregon Power....
Cascade Plywood
Consol Kremlit
Iron I'iieinnn
J ant 'ell Inc. Coin.
Meier A Kiank
Mm rlM.n-K nmli-en
Ore -Port, Cement
Pac. PAL Com
Hone A Tallxit
Porlland G.is A Coke ,.
Port. Gen. Wc
; RANKS
Bank of America
Bank of California
Chase Manhattan
First National
First Nat Cite NY .. .
V. S National
Portland Livestock
Cattle salable 250; fed steers and
nen.s, nveweight, eviscerated, 36. shall be included
flabbits -Average to growers:'"'' '''n ",m bld
Live white, 3V4'i lbs. 20-23 ; 5-
lbs, 1.VI8; colored pells 4 cents
less; old does, 10-12. few higher.
Fresh killed fryers to retailers, 56
58; cut up. 60-63.
Wholesale Dressed Meats
Beef carcasses Steers, choice,
500-700 lbs, 38 00-41 00; good. 37.00
40.""): standard. 32 on-37 00; com
mercial cows, 23OO-28 0; utility,
21.0-25.0: canners and cutters,
170-21 00.
Beef cuts choice steers Hind
qtia.ters. 51 00-5S 00; rounds
4.V0O-49O0: ful loins, trimmed,
72 00 - 82 00: forequarters, 27 00
32.00; chucks, 29.00-3300; ribs,
55 00-62.00.
Pork cuts Loins, choice, 8-12
lbs. 51. 00-54. 00; shoulders, 18 lbs.
31 00-33 00; sparerihs, 4.100-47.00;
fresh hams, 12-I4 lbs. 4!iOO-52.O0.
Veal and calves Good-choice,
all weichts. 28 00-37.00; commer
cial, 25.00-31.00.
Spring lamb Choice and
prime. 44-4.ilbs, 41.00-44.00; good,
35 00-40.00
Wool Nominal, clean basis. ',
blood, 1 00-O.i; blood, 1 03-08; '
blood. 1.12-18; fine, 1.17-23.
Country-drrascal Meals, f..b.
Portland:
Beef-Cows, utility, 22 - 24 lb;
cutters. 16-18.
Veal-Top quality, lightweight,
25-28; rough hea'vips, 1B-22.
Hogs Best light blockers, 26-
In the proposal 1
LOST 1 seat cushion for cater
pillar tractor, between Dallas
and Salem. Reward. Ph. 18043.
LOST Billfold, money, valuable
papers. Beward. Please return
to 3K) S. 24th.
LOST Contact lenses In small
black cylindrical container.
Vic, Highway Bldg. Reward.
Ph. S-IIM6.
The right is reserved nv the Citv
to riect bids for one or both Items.
or to accept the proposal or comhl- , )1 J T.-..i
nation of Item, which anoe.r mo.t ' 314 TrOnSpOltOtlOfl
advantageous.
Specifications required for bidding
may be Inspected at the office of
the City Engineer or City Purchasing
Agent.
CHARLES A. BARCLAY. P. A
Aug. . 10
SAN FBANCISCO Aug 14. take
2. share expenses. 1380 Hines.
RIDERS to share expenses to
the Oakland, Calif., area. Ph.
4-9014.
JTcTT
ersonol
heifers scarce, quotable steady; j,2"1, l'"n !i8nt ow' 2
grade springers,
Bid A.ked
33, 38
.. 34', .'16',
... 17'. 18 .
.... i:.', if.',
.. 21', 21',
.. 13', 16',
...44', 48
.. KM', 74',
...28', .11',
... L'7', , 111',
.. 24 ', ' 27 ,
... 24', . IS'.
3S'j 41 aj
.7?', 77',
.-.40', 91',
.. S3',' 37',
...681, 67',
. 74 78',
Chicago Rtitler-Eirpa
CHICAGO (API- Butter steady:
wholesale Bailing prtcea unchanged:
AA Kl SS'.-Mi,; A tl 9'. -58',: SO
SI', -58; C S 58', -J7,
Kvgs about steady; whtilesale aell
Ing prices . higher to ', lower Stl
69 S per cent A 17.38; 40-59 t per cent
A .10.. 33; mediums 34-34'i; standards
31 ',-32; checks 2.V,-2S'
high load nf good 890 Ih steers
22.50; scattered ' lots utility and
canner steers 14 00-20 00; part
load good 810 lb heifers 20.50:
canner and cutter cows mostly
7 00-9 00; beef types to 9 50; util
ity and commercial cows 10 00
12.50: utility bulls 14 00 14 50
Calves salable 75: moderately
active, generally steadv: good J"""0 : medium 3..107S.
and choice vealers 17.oO-20.lW; '" - Ore.. Wash. While
utility, and commercial calves ' "''' 4 25:W' (,'w ,0 5n: N'' 2".
and vealers 10 00-16.00. IM " S-W-JSj Jtwal While Rose
sLamhs Top
34-36.
Mutton Lightweight ewes and
wethers, '10-1 1; rough heavirs. 5-8.
Fresh l'rdure
Onions 50 lb. sacks Wash.
Yellows No. Is $4 00-50; No. 2s
ADVERTISEMENT FOR RIDS
Sealed proposals for a "Self Pro
pelled Pneumatic Roller" wlU be re
ceived bv th Marion County Court,
Room 110, Court House. Salem. Ore
gon, until 10 00 A M on the 20th dav
of August. 1958, and then will be
publicly opened and read.
The roller ahall have a rolling
width of 90 Inches and a maximum
capacity of 20 tons.
Specifications may be obtained
from the office of th Cnuntv En-
f lneer. Room 127, Court House,' 8a
em, Oregon,
Rids must he accompanied by a
certified cheek In th amount of , PSYCHIC Reader advice on all
I WILL NOT be responsible for
any debts but my own. Wanda
Buth.
1 WILL NOT b responsible for
any dehta other than my own.
Carolyn Buyes.
ALS BAKERY . ."lO40 MARKET
Frozen tuna, beef A chicken
plea. 12 25 a do,. Blueberry
pies, frozen fruit plea, II 10 a
doi. Plrra pie, 3c. Large
bread I for 45c. Ph. 1-7372.
I WILL NOT b rsponalI for
othr debts than my own.
Leland B. MrLeod.
10 of th bid price
Th County reserve th right to
reject anv or ell bide
MARION COUNTY COURT.
A 4 8,10
IN TH. CIRCUIT COURT OP THI
STATE (IF IIREfSON, FOR THg
COUNTY OF MARION, Probata IX
vislea Ne. 16121 Cltatloa
In the Matter nf the E.tat of
WALTER ROBARTS. deceased
ALFRED J WHr.ALDON, Admin
istrator of the Eatat of Walter Bob.
arts, deceased.
Plaintiff,
EMILY E. MORROW, WALTER
RORABTS, L, MARTYN RORABTS.
ALICE ELIZABETH BORARTS, and
all persona unnamed or unknown
having or claiming anv Interest In
th estate nf Walter Rnharta, de
ceased, as heirs or distributees,
Defendants.
To: EMILY E. MORROW. WAL
TER ROBARTS. L. MARTIN BOB- I
ARTS. ALICE ELIZABETH ROB-
AHTS, anC all pcisons unnamed, or
affairs. 4550 Portland Bd. at
Albany cutoff. Ph. 4-9289. .
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous group
No L 2C8IN Com! 1-4937.
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, fast
8 Commercial. 1-11 OS
400 Agriculture
402 Livestock for Solo
SALEM Meat Co, locker beef.
Custom killing, cutting and
wrapping, trailer loaned free.
2 Yr. Shetland excellent confor
mation. Ph. 2-4298.
rOR SALE-19 Hampshire croaa
feeder pigs. Ph. 2-7209.
rOO Disploy Clossifieg
S3 00-50; I'iKir low as SI 3.V Texas 1 unknown having or dunning anv In
u.k.,... niu , 1 1 1 v 11 ! tere.t in the estate tif Walter Rob
whites SnOOSO; Idaho .ellows i,, ,1,,.,,,,,. ., heir. or distnbu-
4 50-75; Reds. 4 hO-50.
1 -
Hogs salable 150; market ar
live, strong to 25 cents higher
assorted I and 3 grade hiilrhers
180-235 lbs. .20 00 30 25; few 20 -50.'
mixed 1, 2 and 3 grartes 18.50-
'" -. .Kin" ..-.." i.-i. ""-'- .-H ih.. ili k. l.ii-i. 1 fit tneretn. and you ar
lv 2 and 3 18 50-1800; sows 30). ,A - ' r ed and required to appear befor the
500 lbs 11 00 16 00- t Ther will be approximately in J above entitled Court at the lime and
Sheep salable JnO: market fair-, u';;;"h,1!"1 m"" b'"i,t p'nk m
lv active; spring llaughler bmha, Plans and specifications may be
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BltlS
i Sealed proposals for "Metal Bridge
( Plank" will be received by the Mar
lon County Court. Room llo. Court
House, Salem, Oregon until 10:00
A M on the 24th dav of August. I9M
tee,, Defendants.
In the name of the Stat of Ore- .
gon, you, and each of you, are here- I f
bv cited and required to amiear in 1 f
the-Cliculf Court House In the City
of Salem in the said County at 9:1B
o'clock A M. on the Sth days of Oc
tober, 1958, to show cause. If there
Is any, why the facta should not be
found and the rights nf heirship and
I distribution to the above entitled es-
lata decreed as set forth and prayed
for In the petition of th plaintiff nn
furt
ar- -sm.
BUY
TODAY!?
FOUR cute klttena to give away
3340 NeefAve.
NORWEGIAN Elkhound. Fern.
AKC. IS mo. old. Permanent
shots. Sacrifice to good home.
Ph Monmouth SK 71381.
REC,"-English"Spr1rger Spaniel
puppies. 1930 N. 23rd.
"""clamorous, laughing"
ODORLESS SHOWnOGS
AKC REGISTERED
- SAMOYF.DS
Whit with black points. Ideal
pet especially for children,
also reg Labrador retrievers.
Ph. 4-0203 or 2-0389
FREE Cut puppies. 3644 Tru
man Ave. .
GRAVENSTEIN apple,. Can de
liver. 5109 Maileay Rd. Ph.
4-5780. r
FOR SALE Cucumbers, U-piri"
3c 3c Ih. Ph. 2-3772.
EATING A canning peaches.
Right off the trees. 2890 N.
Com'!,
Cl'tTMBERSlT-PICK
TH. 4-4321
BALED Aits- feic"ue,infielj,
plenty green leaves. Ph. l-JOOl
U-PlcKbearPhTTr22
G R A V ENSTE7NTTf 0(P lo 82 M
your box. ', ml. W. A '. N of
Keier Seh. D. Wiley, 9191
Windsor Rd.
FOR SALE tucumbers foe
pickling. Ph. Aumsvllle 724
Mik kelson. " ' "
PASTEURtZED'whole mtfk 75
gal. Homogenlred. 79c, ', gal
lon 40c. Cleary Dairy. 1-301S.
PEACHES
THOSE Home grown tre ripen
ed peaches, now ready at th
Jesa Mathls Orchard and Fruit
Stand S miles N. of Salem on
99E mile N., of Drive-In
Theatre.
TO ftv awsv 100 acres fescu
straw. H. H. Peters. -Rt. 1.
Sublimity Ph. SFS3 Stayton.
U-PICK BoysenhrrlesSc " it?
from 7 to 7 Saturday only.
Brinf containers. Van Cleave
Farms. N. on 99E to totem
pole. E. 1'. ml. A N. V, ml.
on Van Cleave.
413 Fertilizer
ROTTED SAWDUST
19 yrs old. Use It like peet
moss for mulcning flower beds
or lawns. Call for price and
delivery. Phillips Bros., Bt a.
Box J0 Ptl4-3081.
BARN yard rotted fertiflrer. 89
per ton. minimum 3 ton load.
Ph. 41. 1J Independence.
PETE-Moss from chick travs. 79
sack. Valley Farm Store.
MOORE PETS
Cocker, fox terrier pups, hirds,
hamsters. vacation prices,
open eves. 4005 State.
PARTBULL puppies, 17. Th
2-378.1 after
M ALE-BOXER 10 mos shots,
ears cropped, child's pet, rea
ennabl. Call 4-0865.
MIKIATURt Dachshunds, . 10
wks. Priced to aell. 4-7304.
BIRDParaisr or"lMrds. eage
suoslles 3180 Livingston -tS42
CUTI kittens to giv away,
PH. 4-8143
FOR SALE or "trade AKC Wet-
maraner puppies, whelped
June I9.J956. Ph. J-4493.
TO GIVE away "golden long
haired vr. old female cat. Ph.
J-58iS or 1819 Norway.
COCKEB-mixed puppies, 82 50
ea. PJil-3490
1 TOY Terrier pups for sale.
Sol 8. Lancaster .
YOUNG paraxeets. cages feeds
MlckeyraJ83 Co.m-17.
SIAMESE female cat. shots and
papers, yr. nld. ll.4-OS0;
F KITTENS fTe to food home.
Ph. 4-740.
LABBADOR females, ref., 10
ea. 2-5841. 3348 Abrsms.
FORSALl-4-wka. German
Shepherd puppies. After 4:30
Ph. Ma. 3-2982. Bt. S, Box 206.
Monmouth, Oregon.
SlAMESE kiftens, show stock.
Call after 9 p m. Ph. 3-8711.
FOR SALE-Piipples all klnd'
Cnme see afternoons at 3.159
Livingston or call 2-7988. Will
buy puppies any kind.
410 Seeds end PloiiTs
TOP quality plants for less si
Middle Grove Nursery. 4920
Sllv. Rd. We Give SAH Green
Stamps.
CLEARANCE SALE on large
1 fuchsias In gallon cans. 50c
! each. Middle Grnv Nursery,
j 4920 Sllveiton Rd. .
FUCHSIAS
We ll Give f j BURNETT GARDENS 4 2451
You More
. Than
0
,0
414 Form Equipment
GARDEN TRACTOR, A-l,
Phone 2719.
f?S.
FOR SALE Case A 6 combine,
exc. cond. Make offer. Th.
4-1925.
"WADE Irrigation System"
NEW, never used will sacnflr
390 feet .Ix.TO. 900 ft. 4x30 11
No. 30 Rainhlrd sprinklers.
Super A. Farmall
Dbt. disc, plow, cultivators.
Meyer, sprayer, implement
trailer, drag harrow. Don
7nllner. Rt I, Box 224. Silver
ton, near N Howell School.
FOR SALE Sm. John Deer
tractor A equipment. Also 2
wheel trailer. Ph 428.19 8 .70
a m. to 1:30 p m. - I 30 p.m. ta
10:10 p m.
450 Merchandise
4S1 Mochinery te Tools
1958 Minneapolis Unl-Trsrtnr w.
combine and picker-shellee,
Ph.4-9874.
FINE consols models. Radl
phonographs as low as 139,
HEIDER'S. 383 N. Hgh.
SHOPSMITri NO. 10E
1485 Center
454 Sewing, Mochines
412 Fruit Farm Produce
ther elt.
sleadv ennri and rhnic. IVIOA Ih oblained Irom the office of th
1 . . , . .- M County Fnginer, Room 12
127, Court
Hoice. Saleiii. Oieron
Sid, inu.1 he ai-i oinpanlrd bv a
heck in the amount of 10",
ire
reserves the fight to
t nn. ,.ll I.. ., n.t .u.... -tn.,i.t,.- reiecl anv or all bid
..... MARION COUNTY COURT
ewes 2 00-4 00, J A-io,i,i,t7
spring slaughter lambs 18 00-11 50
lew ltils mostly chim e 90 00- gnnd
...J ..1...:... 11... eernliert
nuu iiiou-f. ireiifr uhiiuh i,y-o.i mix ()f nie pr)
15 00-16 fsO; I deck mostly choice; The c.lniv
place specified herein above and file
answers setting up your respective
clanns of heirship, ownership or in
terest In said estate.
WITNESS the Honorable Val D
Slnper. Judge of the Circuit Court.
State ol Oregon for the Connlv of
Mai ion, with the seal of s.ild Court
afllxed thereto thls loth of .lulv. 1958
H. C. MATTSON, COUNTY CLERK
. Bv: W. M. Gilford,
Deputv
1. Citation. J.2O,:7,A.3.10,t7,24.
T'ade-In Allowanc
Oi a Bet of N.w
Allstate Stlent Guardsman i
Black Wslls or . S
. Whit Walla I
fs r.. 1. 0 i 1
pears RoeDucK&U'f
950 N
CAPITOL
:- S S i-: '(.'
TO PLACE AD
PHONE 4-6811
ROCHESTER peaches now ready
Golden Jubilee A nlher re
liable vsrlrties later. 1370 Wal
lace Rd. :
KFNTUCKY Wonder Beans;
Crah apples: Cucumbers. Or
di rs for canning Peaches
Rollin Beaver, up Glen Creek
Rd Ph. 4-7771. .
TEXAS Sweet onions pickling
rukes. picked to order spuds
No. Sun. 4-5805 L. JVelch.
18 i!bs Gem apuds lc. Bed
rip tomatoes. 10c lb. Vine
ripened Cantaloupes ?c Ih.
Bishop s Fruit Mkl., 3910 Sil
verton Rd.
l" ACRES Oat Hay In 'fleld.
shocked. U-HaulPh. 1-3109
CUCUMBERS; "" All kinds. Ph.
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8150 SEWING machine, 30 dav
old. SR9.50. HEIDER'S, 163 N.
High.
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Rave 130 nff new price, com
plete with attachments Si
maple cshinet. or walnut
drawer desk. Vacuum Cleaner
Clinic. 455 Court St. Ph. 45802.
UBF.6' Blnger'eewlnf machine la
new mahogany cabinet, for
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with attachments,
$79 85. Vscum Cleaner Clinic,
458 Court St. Ph-SSOS.
FT ATT automatic r.lg-.ag In
maple cabinet, like new. 1175.
Vacuum Cleaner Clinic, 455
Court. Ph. 4-3501. ;
SINC;FB cabinet.' electrtc, latest
model. Can be bought for
balanre on contract SINGER
SEWING CENTER. Ph. 3-3511.
130 N. Commercial.
455 House Goods for Sale
New Beg 1119 S16 eoll 10-yr.
guarantee, Innersprlng mat.
-tress and matching box spring.
' 1 You save $44 and we still tak
trade-in,. Glen Woodry, 1601
N Summer.
VACUUM CLEANERS
HOOVER $1950 UP
1121 N. Capitol S-7087 Dir.
USED Hoover vacuum cleaner
$14 99 HOGG BROS 248 Stat
St. '
NEW vent fan for kttrh. or bathi
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