The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, February 21, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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    February 21, 1084
THE EVENING HERALD. KI.AMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGE SEVEN
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In tb following day PP"
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Lai to Claealty." Too-Let-lo-Cleelfy
ade r put
paper only el to
ti quoted bov. od elaaalfled
for eurcaeaiua
X Lost and Found
Merrill dano ball, Saturday
night. Valued koopaeke.
Howard for return. Mr, u. y
Martin, bol 111, TUlo w.
r.iir. "08
Getteral Nollco
REV. CORA ISABEL WRIOHT.
Modlum. Reading dally. 8alla
faction guaranteed or monoy
refunded. "You will find mo
different." 120 Pin. Apt.4.
WHITE for onr 1984 Boad Cata
log, Murk Maana Co., Lowls
ton, Idaho.
RAOIO BBri Vltru ot all klode,
wm. Long, 1406 Lookoa ! Bl
Phono 1888J. HI
Peraonala
HEADINGS dafly B21 Oak. 6e.
Tranaportatlon
Travel By S(
Shortest Route to
PORTLAND $5.90 one way
SEATTLE $8.40 one way
SPOKANE 112.80 one way
Via Band and Waplnltla
Leave Oreybonnd Depot at 12:10
p. m. aany. roooi oav
7 Help Wantad, femala
GIRLS to aenra bnnquot Friday
noon. Apply Wlllard dining
room. 3701
WANTED -Middle-aged woman
to holp with bouaowork and,
oar ot child. 828 N. Oth.
2702
WANTED Pianist botweon ago
18 and 25 with at loaat 4 to
6 year piano training. Writ
giving roforenc to Newe-Hor-
nld, llox 2769. 12762
LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE
EWELU, WELL- HOW'S
EVBRVBODV? COMB ON- 1
G6T VOOR COATS AN hs-J
COMB A.LONQ- YOO W
KlvlOW I TOLD VOO I I (
HAD A. HOOSB t WA.S J If
lf ivkl - 54 "fl
II .At teaSsa II
SyV APTER ALL, WHV X?m
JjaA SHOULDN'T VOU FOLKS if
?tr HAVE ANYTHING VOO I J
WANT- NOTHINGS TOO &
ti-J GOOD POR ANNIE'S .
FOLKS. . , - j&
TFip;.il
Situation Wanted
EXPERIENCED . girl want gen.
rul uouaework. oily . rnrer.
nooa. I'hono 1881J. 8777
KXl'HIUiflNOlCU, oouiputoat Klrl
deslrea hous or roatuuruut
work. City references, 447
Mrht Apt. U. 878.1
FurnUhed Room
sitiftuiitin xi rrM a fi a ir ,
WWUk'W 1IVUIU U V TTWIIIUl,
770
13 f-roUpod Apartment
LARQE t-room aportmeut, 137
Jofluraoo. 1704
AROADS APARTMENT - lio
op. Plenty baat. geraue. I UK
STEAM H RATED - IK (0 0p.
Rex Artna. IS if a
14
Furniehed Houaaa
FOR RBNT 4 -room fur
nlahad bouaa at 1410 Orchard
aveuue. 12.60 a month.
1006
IS Unfurnuhad Houaaa
4-nOOM houso on pavement.
1111 Lookout, off Upliam,
I'bon 1274. 1771
MODERN alx room liooio. Nat
ural hot waltr haul. Reason
able right party. 2021 Main.
27211
17 Waal Eatat for Smtm
FOR 8A1.B OR RBNT 190
larva aaat of Ady aiding ou
B. P. Cn. R. R., 10 nilkd aoutb
Klnmulh Full. Cnah or crop
mm. l. L. Howard, Nwh'Tg,
OrnKQii. 012 6th 8t, 2707
18a To Exchange
- -- -- -- -- - - -.-Al.1l'! 1
Wll.l, THADK -1 60 acrca land
nar Iloneliurg; go acrva
olnarod: balance In fir and
codar timber. I,lv erni-k yoar
around; large bouaa all clear,
for acruaxe near Klamath. In
qulre at 1114 Calif. 2760
19 Automotive
. a ------------- - inL-u-J- u
PAY A FEW DOLLARS
MORE
. to low prload
CAR
and a Dig paw all-foatur
OLDSMOBILE SLX
FOR HALE Uy owner: 1921
Ford truck, long whoa! baaa,
. new tlraa,. factory body. 202
Pacific Turrace. 2708
TRADE Uod car and aomo
raan ror laio moaol car. Nwa
llerald. 2778. 2778
TRADE Uad car for eqully In
into mouoi car. Mowa-lliirnin,
Imr 2772. - 2772
20 Miacellaneoua For Sal
WOOD. Pbon llOI-R. O, M
Lawaoo. 1181
FOR BALE Wanr plga. 8 th
bouao loft on Bummora Lano.
8716
FOR BALE Team and harness.
C. Bmltb, Rt. 1, Box 1(8.
1711
FOR BALE A number of gentle
broke work horata, 10 team
wall brok mule weighing
from 1400 to 2000 lb. Llakey
Broa., Malln, Oregon. 1711
FOR BALE Vacuum sleaner.
praotlcally new or will trad
for ued piano, Mr. Halglit,
phone 879-J. 8696
20a
Swap
TRADE OroeerlM for potato,
onion, egg. Boom rrult
Produce Co. Booth Oth. 8894
21 Wanted Miacellaneou
WANTED Light uiod trailer.
Nuws, bog 8774. V 2774
WANTED Rabbit hutches.
l'hone 4H0WS 2769
22 Livettocat and Feed
MILK COWS FOR BALK Phono
879M or call . at unterpne
Dairy, botweon four and alx
p. m, 2709
THE
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Klamath Business Directory
Chiropractor
P. 0. U)NU, T.I, 1140.
Narr Bpalallat 111 I. 7tb
Draaa Shoppa
TOUOLKR'S VFBTAIRB DREHS
BI10PPB, Bmart dreaaaa, aulta
and eoata. Stewart-Draw Bldg.
781 Ualo. 1980
Fura Wanted
Wantad raw tora. Bob Andrawa
wanla your raw fura al the Ideal
Grocery, 1040 Baat Main gt.
111
H email-Una
HKMHTITCHINU. BUTTON B ant
red, drnamaklng. Ut. H
at. AlloDder. 814 Walnut.
116
Turklab Batb
U a ... rnln.l. I . I n
latered Nnraa- 127 go BafaoiE
22 aJvogtock and Fead
FOR BAf.E Work horaoa 1200
to 1000 Iba. J. E. Whltlutcu.
two nillca ent of Merrill. 2725
TO LEASE Sheep rango with
fin browse, of OTor 6000
acres between Macdoa! and
Uray In Blsklyou county, Butto
Crevk runa through property,
I860 dollara for season to ro
ponalbl tenant. Apply to
Wm. II. Ilagelatcln, Butt Vol
ley Stat Bank, Dorrls, Blskl
you county, California. 2665
22a jultryo Sale
ORDER Magulre cblcka now,
Barred Plymouth Rocke. K t.
ltrda and While Legborna.
Uunllty unsurpassed. Stat
collogo B. W. D. tested. Lead
Ina lavlna strains il0-.10Q
prepaid. Mngulre Eleolrlo
llatrlien. 1418 N. E. Q-egon
irevL Portland. Or. 1480
23
Financial
3 AVE
SAVE
ON
SAVE
AUTO LOANS
AND REFINANCING
Lowest rates aod aalet term
Infeallgal and be oooriDced
MOTOR INVESTMENT CO,
toi Bo. 7th. Pa. lit
Hale License M-104
24 Buiicca Opportunitia
WANT TO BOY Partnership In
amau business. Ksierencea.
llox 184. Malln. 1776
Work for Neccag.tieg
WANTED Man or woman to
car for aged man. Board
and room. Call at Pearl'
Store. 8 mile out Keno high'
way. 1778
EXPERIENCED GIRL- want
general housework. City ret
erenco. Pbon 1881J. 1700
HOUSE to rent In exchange for
nouaeworg. rnon lu. 1948
Main. 1761
QIRL want housework or car
. of children. Reference. Pbon
6U2J. 1684
Woman want work by Day or
Hour. Hatnel Apt. Apt. 4,
ruon aiw aasy
MIDDLE-AOED man want work,
2217 Van Ness. 1600
WILL DO any kind of work for
rent ot small houee, News
Horald. Box 2724. 1724
IV Villi h. umuhl.. . ..II
bar ahanged your plac of
uusmesa, ouy or sen rarm pro
ducts or bav anything to tell
the public the moat economical
and surest way ot getting re
sults is through the olaaalfled.
Phone 1900 or writ In to tb
News-Hern Id
By Harold Gray
r !
WELu, I DID BETTER
THAN THAT- I HAVE
A WHOLE BUNCH OP
HOUSES ' I WANT
YOU TO PICK OUT
ONE YOU PREFER-
WHAT DO I CARE POR
. A FEW DOLLARS'
MONEY 13 NO GOOD,
UNLESS ONE SPENDS
IT- JUST WAIT TILL
YOU SEE THIS FIRST
PLACE I'M GOING TO
SHOW YOU-
etvll a
HoapiUl
Soul Sanitarium Phone 190.
Typewriter
Adding Machln and Typewriter
service uo- 890 Main St., Klam
atb Falla, Ore. Pbon 842.
Baloa Rentala Repair
1(20 to 1927 Inepitctor (Mechanl
oal Eanartl for Uurrourhn Ad.
ding Machine Co., manufaoturere
of Adding, aubtractlng, Calcolat
ln. TyDawrlter Billing and Book-
kaoplng macblnea. 1927 to date
bar In thl city. Expert per
lonhl ecrrlce by C. O. Woore. We
will gladly repair or OTerhaul
any mocnino at your premieea.
TYPEWRITER ADDINO MA
CHINE, Guaranteed aerrlc and
repair. Two mechanic! factory
trained. 26 years' experience.
Moat comnlote aervlce ahno In
eon (hern Oregon, OREGON
EQUIPMENT CO. Pb. 2067.
Wood
Flit AND PINE Bound wood.
Full Cords guaranteed Bob
Brown. 1421 Wblta. Phone
I391K. 2471
Legal Notice
In accordance with Beotlone
71-232 Oregon Code 1930 cov.
orlng aatlsructlon of Warehouse
men a Lions, the City Transfer
Company, will on the 24th day of
rcuruary, luas, at l p, m at
Orlmes DldK., at corner of Eighth
and Klauiutb Ave., Klamatb
Falls, Oregon, sell at Public Auc-
tiou me loiiowing aescnoeo
good alored under following
names:
Mr. Sara Welab: 2 chalre, 1
table, 1 baby crib and matlreas,
1 floor lamp. 11 oak sootlon
book cose with contents, 1 table
aeak, 1 basket dishes.
. Peter M. Orunand: 1 box.
'Jack Rutledge: 1 camp trunk.
J. V, Candland: 1 fas range.
C. L. Rice: 1 small trunk, 1
grip.
Fred T, Johnson: 1 trunk.
Charle Forte: 1 knapsack.
Henry Wiley: l suit case, 1
bag.
Al Kroger: 1 black trunk,
Henry Itagby: 1 piano.
Mr. Julia Bracba: 1 boxes.
D. B. Cardewell: 1 trunk.
Floyd Bowling: 1 black steam
er trunk.
H-Feb. 7, 14, 2114
ITI
South Ban Francisco Livestock.
Hogs 350, Including 290 dir
ect. Small supply fully steady
who Monday best time. Fsw
lots 182-213 lb, California butch
er 15 to 15.85, latter ton; neck-
age 168 lb. $5; packing aows
allglblo 11.15 to 13.60.
came jso, including 150
holdover, modorately aotlve:
trade on cloan-up-basls, around
atcady for two days. Few care
fairly good 1054-1141 lb. fed
Nevada and Utah ateer 15.60;
load Colorado held higher; long
yearling 771 lb. holdover Ne
vada 15. Few medium 14.75;
odd bead very common 18.35;
good young range cow quoted
around 13.60 to 13.76; low cut
ter to common aoid II. 00 to
12.76; good bulla Quoted to 11.50;
lat Monday, 2 load top good to
choice 928 to 162 lb, fed ateer
16.86 to 16; other medium and
good fed atoera $5.10 to $6.60;
load rang cow $3.25.
Calve 160, all dlroct.
Sheep 760, all direct; good
lo choice wooled lambs 10 lb.
down nominally quoted around
$8.26 to $8.76.
BOSTON WOOL
BOSTON. Feb. 11 m (D. 8.
Dept Agr.) A few Bales, com
prising fair amount ot wool in
the aggregate, were cloaed on
48a, 60a, U blood fleeces.
Btrlotly combing Ohio wool ot
thl grade brought 41 cents In
the grease on a limited turnover,
aome being held at 41 cent.
Southern wool of 48a, 50, qual
ity, shrinking lighter than the
It Was Once a Gendarme's Bicycle
ff ' ill! SjP f
tljK'J XSi u
Jteteil" 1 nail iW
A If to symbolise thotr hatred ot th Daladler government. Pari mob
hang on a lamp-post for all to ae th twisted remain ot blcyole
selied from police during the fateful Plaoe de la Oonoorde riot.
National and
MARKET FOR
EGGS SHOWS
PORTLAND, Feb. 11, W)
increasing movsment of eggs
Into cooler baa followed tb re
cent aettlng of sale of cold ator
ag pack egg by tb Pacific gg
producers In convention In Port
land.
Not only ha there been an In
ereaaed demand for egg to go
Into atorage, but the market baa
acted much better, although re
ceipt continue to show aeaaon
ble Increase.
Tb action of the P. E. P. In
booatlng tb price about Ho
per dosen over the opening a
year ago, ouggeated the general
Improvement In trade.
Now with the atorage input
season under way, the trade here
In resales waa being made most
ly by storage rejects, which were
good eggs, but not suitable tor
long keeping In (tore.
First outdoor grown tomatoee
of the season from tbla country
were alao received from Imperial
Valley. Tbey eold $4.00 per four
basket crate, and were of ex
cellent quality. Mexicans were
also very good.
Strength of the veal market
with sales of country killed sup
plies of 10o was confirmed. Hog
were around 8c for tops gener
ally, with yearling Iambs at 16c
per lb. Beet demand was strong,
with ready call for bulls to 6c
per lb.
With an acute shortage of of
ferings, market for spinach was
sharply higher here, and especial
ly for WHa Walla offerings.
Sales were being made at $1.00
to $1.16 per box tor fresh ar
rivals. New Hawaiian potatoes are
moving at $1.75 ror 30 lbs.;
Florida were held steady.
Trading In the butter market
was about study here, altbougb
a trjfle easier In spots. How
ever, latest reports auggested no
burdensome aurplua anywhere
along tbe coast.
Premiums were being paid
above established quotation for
live chickens a a result ot con
tinued shortage. Killer were
unable to even secure material
suppllea out of Western .Wash
ington. Moderate trading was confirm
ed In the market for turkey
here. Dresaed (upplles were
reaching the trad In (mall vol
ume, with quality lust fair a
a rule. There waa no Chang in
the price list.
Several crates ot 11 baskets
each of strawberries from tb Im
perial valley were reported and
sold at $3.60 to $3.76 per orate.
Portland
Livestock
PORTLAND, Feb. 21, (ZD-
cattle, receipts, 60; calves, 10 ;
market ateady.
Steera, good common and me
dium. $3.60 to $6.10; heifer,
$3,25 to $5-25; cows. good, com
mon and medium, 83.00 to 14.16
low cutter and cutter, $1.76 to
$3.00; bulls, cutter, common and
medium, $2.50. te $8.26; veal'
ers, good and choice, $6.60 to
$3.00; cull, common and medium
$3.00 to $6.50: calve, good and
ebolce, $5.00 to 56.00; common
and medium, $2.50 to $6.00,
Hogs, receipts, 300; market
about steady.
Lightweight, good and choice,
$4.25 to $5.00; medium weight.
good and choice, $4.60 to $5.00;
heavyweight, good and choice,
$4.00 to $4.76; packing sows,
good, $3.00 to 13.761 feeder and
atocker pigs, good and choice,
$3.50 to $4.15.
Sheep, receipt!, 50! market
Bteady.
Lamba. good and choice, 17.50
to $8.26; common and medium,
$5.60 to $7.60; yearling wetbera,
$4.00 to $6.00; ewea, good and
choice. $8.00 to 14.00; common
and medium, $1.00 to $8.28.
wool ot the Ohio grade, bar
been aold at 41 oenta In the
grease, estimated at around 71
cents scoured baal.
IMPROVEMENT
STOCK AVERAGES
(Copyright, 1114, Standard Statistic Company)
Wednesday
praviou day
Wk ago
Tear ago .
Three year ago .
Seven year ago)
High, 1914 .,
Low, 1834
High, 1881
Low, 1181 .
High, 1111
Low. till
(11$ Avtrag equal 100)
BOND. AVERAGES
(Copyright, 1114, Standard Autistic Company)
Wednesday
Pravion nay
Week ago
Year ago
Three years ago
High, 1114 ..
Low, 1934
High. 1131
Low, 1911
Hlgb, 1831
Low. 1811
New 1934 high.
Stock Market
Quotations
NEW TORK, Fab. 11, 0P)
Low priced specialties, princi
pally of tb automotive classifi
cation, furnished what little ex
citement there was In today'
generally quiet stock market.
Moat of these active Issue held
gain of fraction to around a
point. Elsewhere fluctuation
were narrow, Tbe close waa
steady. Transfer approximated
1,000,000 shares.
Today' cloilng price:
Air Reduction
101
11
159
105
41
111
.101
881
122
761
16
70
131
33
HI
48
141
171
161
791
11
591
161
191
80
74
101
1024
, "I
301
Alaaka Juneau
Allied Chemical Dye
American Can .. ...
American Coml. Alcohol
American a: Foreign Power
American Powor ft Light -American
BmelL ft Ref.
A. T. ft T.
American Tob. B ,
Anaconda Copper ,
Atchison, T. ft S. F,
Atlantic Refining
Baltimore ft Ohio ,
Bendlz Aviation -Bethlehem
Steel
Borden Co,
Bnrr, Adding Machine
California Pack
Caae, J. I.
Caterpillar Tractor
Chrysler Motor
Col. Gas ft Electric
Commercial Solvent
Continental Can
Corn Products
Curtis Wright
Dnpont ft De N. ,
Eastman Kodak
Electric Auto Light
General Electric .
121
General Foods
35
Oeneral Motors
401
Gillette Razor
Gold Dust ....
111
201
International Harvester
International Nickel
L T, 4 T.
Johns Manrille ....
Kennecott Con. Cop.
Libbey-O-Ford
Liggett ft Myers B
Liquid Carbide
Lorlllard Tob. Co. .
Monty Ward
44
231
151
62
11
411
861
281
ISi
14
30
411
15i
278
411
21!
201
16
1
51
SI
171
171
41
58
81
13
411
491
Hi
81
23
41
48
8
18
7
48
132
231
71
181
68
21
581
43
621
Nash Motor
National Biscuits
National Dairy Product
National Distillers
New York Central
North America
Pacific Gas ft Electric
Pacific Lighting
Paokard Motor
Park Utah
Penney, J. C.
Penn R. R.
Phillips Pet.
Public Service New Jersey..
Pullman Co. .
Radio Corp.
Rem. Rand .... ... .
Reynolds Tob. B ;
Sears Roebuck .,, --
Sbell Union
Southern Pacific
Standard Brands
Standard Oil California .
Standard Oil New Jersey
Btudebaker Co.
Texaa Corp.
Trans-America
Union Carbide
Union Pacific
United Aircraft
United Corp.
United Gas Imp.
U. B. Indu. Alcohol
U. S. Rubber
U. B. Steel
West. Eleo. ft Mfg.
Woolworth ..
Cloalng Curb Quotations
Cities Service .. 8
Electrle Bond ft Share 191
Swift ft Co 102
Portland
Produce
PORTLAND, Fob. 21, FV
Butter, prints, extras, 261a; stan
dard, 15o per lb.
Butterfat, Portland delivery, A
grade, 22c to 23o per lb. farmers
door delivery, 19o to 20o per lb.
Eggs, Paciflo Poultry Produc
ers' selling price: Fresh extras,
16c; standards, 14c; mediums,
14o per dos. (Cartons lo higher).
Buying prlc to wholesalers: 78
Fresh extras, 18a to 14c; firsts,
lie to 11 ci mediums. 9o to lOo;
nndergrades, 10o; pullets, 80 fo
100 per dozen.
Cheese, 82 score, Oregon trip
lets, 12)o; loaf, 13o per lb;
Brokers will pay lo below quo
tations. Milk, contract price, 4, Port
land delivery, 11.95 per cwt.; B
grade cream, 37c per lb.
Country meats, selling prlo to
retailers: Country killed hogs,
beat butchers, under 150 lbs, 8c
to lo; vealers, 80 to 100 lbs.,
9)0 to lOo; light and thin. c
Local Markets
60
10
10
IV
Indl'a
101.1
101.6
100.0
45.1
188.4
109.1
106.0
81.1
71.1
15.1
1401
RR't
lOlit
111.1
105.'l
10.1
Dt'l
11.1
11.1
18.1
74.1
190.0
103.8
$0.1
14.S
111.0
61.1
101.1
2.1
Total
10.8
10.5
19.6
47.2
142.4
106.9
11.8
77.5
78.9
16.0
144.8
18.1
10.0
10
10
10
Total
85.1
85.0
81.9
7.0
88.2
86.1
74.8
78.1
17.6
lad)'
80.7
80.5
79.6
61.1
89.1
80.7
71.1
711
(1.1
90.4
RR'
87.1
87.4
85.5
60.8
104.7
87.4
74.1
78.0
47.4
105.T
Dt'l
87.4
87.1
16.1
78.1
100.1
87.4
77.1
86.2
70.1
101,6
18.7
t.t
1.1
42.1
10.1
(1126 Average equal 100) .
per lb.) lambs, lie; heavy awe,
6e to 7e per lb.; medium awe,
4c to lo per tb; tanner cow, 2e
to 3 o per lb.; bull, 4)e to 60
per 10.
Mohair, baying price nomlnaL
Cascara bark, baying prlc.
peel, 2e per lb.
Hops, 1832 clusters, 15a to
lOe per rb.
Live poultry, Portland deliv
ery, buying prices: Colored
fowls, under 6 lb., lie to 13c;
ovar 6 lbs, 11c to 13c; aprlng
pallets, 2 to 2 lbs Uo to 14e;
roaetere, over 2 lb., lie to 14c;
Leghorn fowls, over 1 lbs, lOo
to 11c; under 1 Ins., o to 10c;
broilers, 1 to 1 lbs., 14e to 15e;
over 1 lbs., lie to 14c; stags 6e;
roosters, 6c; Pekln docks, 12e;
colored, 10c; geese, e per lb.
Onions, Taklma, $1.4 to
$1.50; Oregon, $2.00.
Potatoes, local white and red,
$1.26 to $1.86 per cental; Yaki
ma, $1.46; Deschnte. $1.65 to
$1.76; bakers. $3.00.
New Potatoes, Florida Tri
umphs, $4.26 per 100 lbs.; 10c
per lb. Hawaii, 5e to so per lb.
Wool, 1834 clip, nominal; Wil
lamette Valley, lie to I5o per
lb.; Eastern Oregon, 20o to 24c
per tb.; Southern Idaho, 16o to
3 0c per lb.
Hay, buying price from pro,
ducen: - Alfalfa No. 1, new crop,
$14.00 to $15.00; vetch, $14.00;
Willamette Valley timothy.
$15.00; Eastern Oregon timothy,
$17.00; timothy grasses blended.
$15.00; oats, ii.oo per ton.
Livestock
Chicago
CHICAGO, Feb. M, im frr.
s. DepL Agr.) Hogs: Receipts
28.000; slow, 10-15 lower; 180
290 lbs., $4.40 to $4.55, top
i.mv; sows, 13.70 to 84.00.
Cattle: Receipts 13,000;
steady; steers tending weak to
10-15 oft; largely steer run with
steers sealing 11000 lbs. upward
predominating; beat medium
wetgnts, 88.25; yearlings, $7.00;
weight- steers, $4.85 to $6.35;
cows weak to IB lower; bulls
steady and vealers weak; stack
ers firm.
Sheep: Receipts 8.000; fat un
even, around ateady to 25 lower:
sellers asking steady; good to
choice wooled lambs bid down
ward to $9.50 and below; best
handy and medium weights held
above $9.75; aupply clipped
lambs increased nothing done
early; talking around steady on
aged sheep; feeding lambs ab
sent.
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1 11 1 llii umiLunuu
According to th (hipping re
port 814 car ot potato were
shipped In th United State
Tuesday. Oregon aupplled 15,
Waahlngton 4 and Idaho til.
Maine olppd 181 ears.
The Presqn 11 market waa
atoady with No. 1 Green Moun
tain quoted at $1.18 to $1.71 a
100, lacked, In carload l.e.b.
hipping point.
At Idaho Fall offering were
light but the demand was slower
and the market about steady. No,
1 Russets brought mostly $1.20
to $1.25 a hundred, lacked,' In
.".u. vu
In the Twin FaJU Burley sec
tion No. 1 Ruinate sold on a dull
markst at $1.10 to $1.26 a hun
dred, sacked.
Demand was very alow at Yak
ima and tb market dull. Moat of
th sale war on a bail of $15
a ton in carload f.o.b. eaah
track.
The terminal market at Chi
cago waa dull, with dmnd and
trading slow. No- I Idaho Rusaets
brought $2.01 to $1.10 a hun
dred, sack., track salea aarlota
ootwtigbt.
Tbe market at Ban Francisco
waa dull, with demand and trad
ing limited. No. 1 WaablBatoB
Russet brought $1.66 a hun
dred, sacked, sale to Jobbers.
Th market at Los Aagtles
waa dull, with No. 1 Idaho Rue
seta qootod at $1.70 hundred,
sacked, brokers sal. r
PRICE OF WHEAT
CHICAGO, Fb. It VP)
Wheat price averaged lower to
day, with May delivery dropping
nnder 88 cent and May ; corn
under SO eenta for tb first time
since Dec 29. Evening ap for a
holiday tomorrow, however, ad
vanced prices a little at the last
Some selling ot wheat in Chi
cago appeared to be against pur
chases at Kansas City. Wash
ington developments regarding
proposed new restrictions en
grain exchange ' dealings con
tinued to be sharply watched.
Wheat cloaed firm, at th
same aa yesterday's finish to hi
higher, corn unchanged to H P,
oats unchanged to advance,
and provisions varying from 6
cent decline to a rise ol 7 cants.
PORTLAND GRAIN TABLB
PORTLAND.
flo. as. yrj-
Grain: Wheat:
Open High Low Close
Mar .72 71H - 72H 71H
July 78H 71H 71 71
isa: nig- aena oinesietn it;
dark hard winter 11 pet 71,
11 pet 71; soft white, western
white, hard winter, northern
spring and western red, 70.
Oata: No. 1 white 12.60.
Corn: No. 1 B yellow 22.21. ,
Mlllrnn standard 18.00.
Today's car receipts: Wheat
97; floor ; eora 4; oata Is
Hay 8. ;
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO, Feb. II MV
Wheat, No. 2 bard 88 -90;
corn. No. 2 mixed 41; No. 2
yellow 48-48; No. I white
47; old corn No. I yellow
49; oat. No. 2 whit II -18;
No. 1 white 15; oo ryer
barley 50-79; timothy aeed
7.25-7.60 cwt; clover seed 11.80
14.26 cwt Lard, tierce, 8.10;
loose lard 6.00; beltie 1.0.
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