The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, March 26, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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    March 26, 1034
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PAGE SEVEN
Want-Ads Bring Results
Phone Yours to 1900
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In Hi following dajr'i pspsrs
is :U0 I'. M. Adi dwlrid In.
sortod an tbe unt day M sob.
rallied will have lo run "Too
Lets to ClaMlfy." Too-Lats-to-Glasalfy
() irs put lo oni
piper only at tin mm rati
u quotod abovs. and olaultlid
tor sucettdltig toiirlloni.
Geral Notices
blankets"
Make sure your blankets
are protected from moths
and deterioration, before
you store them for the
spring and summer. Blan
kets washed at OUR
Laundry are SUN-DRIED,
fresh, Bweet and fluffy
soft like new
MEN'S HAND
LAUNDRY
til Klimith Ph. 7St,
M. M. KELLTT, sntsrtsluer
Astrological palm ntf card
roiidlnit. Enlightening md en
tertaining. KofnihmoDU ssrv
l froo. Parlor, tOI Oik md
Fifth streot. 0206
WOOL Bought, contracted or
consigned. Murkot prlco, lib
ml idvanoca. Peoples Ware
house 3101
FLOOR BANDINO snd retlnlih
lng. Phono 86W4. 304 2
RADIO BUnVlOHl .01 in hlnde,
Wm. Unt. 1408 Lookout St.
Phono 1836J. H
TRUNKS, furnltun and houis
hold Kood slorags. Fioplis
Wnrohouao. 1110
4 Fereonali
HEADINGS dally. (81 Oik St.
S5o.
Transportation
Travel By '
SkorUst Route to
PORTLAND $5.90 one way
SEATTLE $8.40 one wsy
SPOKANE $12.80 on way
MT. HOOD STAGES
Via Band and Mt. llood
Leave Greyhound Depot at 11(80
p.m. dally. Pbona 1610.
6 Halp Wanted, Mala
OLD ESTABLISHED mnnufact
urir will flnancs responsible
man In permanent builneia.
' Muit ban A-l retoroncea and
car. Starting average $30
weekly. Stoady lncreaia up to
1100 for right man. No alack
eosion or layoffi. Write
promptly McOonnon and Com
pany, Dept. AR600, Winona,
Mlnneaota. '31
MAN wanted to supply customera
with famoua Watklna Prod
ucta In Klamath Falls. Busi
ness established, earnings aver
age 125 weekly, pay starts
Immediately. Writ J. It.
WATKIN8 CO,, 4521 Hollll St.,
Oakland, Callt. 0240
6a Salesmen Wanted
.tjvvvvvvvvvwju'-' i.f-inrir-rv
LOCAL MAN WANTED
Rorn'oaoiit mnnufneluror fine
alilrta, tlos, undorwonr, box;
excoptlonnl vnluoa, mukor to
woaror; Inrgo onrnlngB dally;
extra cash bonuses rogularly.
Wo Btart you without Invest
ment. Expensive sample out
fit FREE, Write Dept. F105,
Roaeollff, 1387 Broadway,
New York. 0250
9 Situation! Wanted
aVVviwvVvvyWWrWrWVWVVNrW
WANTED Position a cook on
ranch or camp or aa House
keeper In small family, News,
box 108. -8
WILL onre for ehlldron. 1133
Ornnt stret. 0305
YOUNG MAN wants to mow
lawns and tlx gardons, Call
at 409 Mien, Ave. 0887
Classified Index
All classifications iro num
bered and appear In numer
ical order. Following Is en
alphabetical referunco lint ut
the mora Important classifica
tions, Automotive It
llulldlng Materials 101
Dullness Opportunities .... 4
Furnished Apta, to Lot.... 18
Furnished Holme to Let.... 14
Furnished Itoums to Let.. 11
Financial 83
(luuural Notices .... 8
llulp Wanted, Mnlo .. II
llulp Wautud. Fimals..., 7
tlvustook and Fssd . 22
ost and Found 2
Miscellaneous for Sale... 80
Personals ..., 4
Html Kittle fur Bale 17
Heal Kntate for l.ime.... 1H
Itoul Kmnto Wonted.... 17a
Itnom and Monrd 12
munitions Wanted 0
Swaps ...... 80a
To Exchange 13a
Wanted Miscellaneous 21
Furnished Rooms
FOR KENT Bleeping room,
12. CO a work. 421 On It. 0200
12
Room and Board
BOARDERS AND ROOMERS at
2122 VN. Ouk. 243
12 For Rent Realtors
ROOMING HOUSE
Thlrtiaa rooms and two btiths.
Bnllrs second floor of building.
Iloasonahle rant, Call Tlio K. I).
Co., Telephona No. 1. 3084
13 Furnished Apartments
FURNISHED APT
Two rooms with dining nook.
Cosy Apartmonta, 58 Main
Street, Call The K, D. Co.,
Tilepkons No, 1. 3088
FRONT APARTMENT Sitting
room, bedroom and bath, com
pletely furnished; tub and
shower. Convonlent location.
Tourist Hotel, 5181 Main.
00142
REX ARMS Stum heal, $10.60
up.
AKCADB APARTMENTS $20
np. Plonly beat garai:. 1 1 US
The News-Herald Classified'!
efficient, syatomntta form In
creajiMtJijvnliio of your jd.
14a Houses -To Rent
FOR RENT Four-room house.
1'hona 916J or Call 827 N.
Fifth straut. 0208
FOR RENT -Six-room unfurn
lined houn. 8160 Reclama
tion. Phone 21(18.
15a Stores and Offices
CORNBRHlTORB ROOM
Main street location, Suit
able tor any olaia of bust"
nan. The K. D. Co-, Tel.
No. 1, HO.tB
17 Real Estate For Sale
FOR BALE! OR TRADE .
Twenty in 1 1 us south Roseburg
184 scros; 80 sores In cultiva
tion; 17 acres bearing prunoa:
, balauco pasture, tlmbor, live
streams. Trade for small ranch
near Klamath Falls or Tula
Luke, l'lione 1530 or ' writ
1411 Mln, Klamath Falls.
C. OOPELAND
&240
IMPROVED OARD1CN TRACT
On tbs Highway about 6
miles out. Small coltsgo.
Well, All good garden soil.
Prlc $800, with a down pay
ment ut only $30. The K.
D. Co., 1405 Muln street
FOR RENT 800 acres near
. Mldlund, Irrigated, Cush or
crop rent, 710 No. 11th. 0213
FOR SALE Potato land and
poultry farm, .Routs 1, llox
375. 00177
$800 BUYS HOME
Only $80 down, balance
monthly. $ rooms unfinish
ed. On a 50 foot lot. Boo
The K. D. Co., 1405 Main.
8088
18 Real Eitate For Lease
200 ACRES Irrigated land. North
Ids of Pos Vallsv. Suitable
for stmds. peas, or alfalfa,
Long leaio (f desired, Llskey
Urns.. Mnlln.
8798
19
Automotive
FOR SALE 1030 Ford truck.
Also logging trnllor, dual
wheols, hydraulic dump body.
1928 standard Ford eoupe.
8488 S. 6th. 108
20 Miscellaneous For Sale
PLANTS FOR SALH
Strawberries, Klamath June,
boat variety for oommorclaf
planting 75e hundred, $8 thous
and; Mastodon and Imperial
Bverbearing, $1.50 hundred, St.
Regas Blvei'bearlng Raspberries,
$60o doton, $8 hundred. Flow
ering shrubs, 25c up. Perennial
plants, 26a and 60o doten. Dah
lia tubers, 15c each, $1 dosan.
Prompt attention $lvnn mall or
dors. Mrs. W. P. Myers, Lake
shore Gnrdens Nursery. Phone
302J2. 0230
FOR SALE A numoor of gentle
broko work horaoo, 10 teams
well broke mules walghlng
from 2400 to 8000 lbs. Llskey
Bros., Mnlln, Oregon, 3781
Double loads It In. dry slabs,
$4,00: Single loads 16 In. dry
slnbs, $3.25.
Ths host buy tn town
Hollbronnor A Rea Ph. 830-W.
8100
LA DUOS' Beautiful Silk Hose,
Slightly - Imperfect, t pairs,
. $1.00, postpaid. Satisfaction
Gunrnntbcd. Koonomy Hosiery
Co., Asheboro, N, O. 0233
OAS RANC1MS Closing out 8
Now tins Ranges at saorlftco
prices.
BALDWIN HARDWARE! CO.
0360
Klamath Business Directory
Bicycles
Balloon and Used Bicycles.
, l'OOLK'B UIOVCLB SHOP
822 S. 7th.
Cafe
BAItIS CAFIC Serves the only
real ltulluu dinner at the MID
WAY oil ti. 0th Ut. Phono 840.
Chiropractor
f. O LONll. let 1140
Norvs Specialist. 127 S. 7th.
Convalescent Home
Convalescent Home for Health
Llthla wator. "Good Cheer,
Good Care, Good Food" the
slogan. Furnished cabins to
ront. lUduced rites, 16$ Grnn
Ito Bt Ashland. 3178
Dressmaking
DRHBHMAK1NCI Alterations spe
cialty Prices reasonable. Win
Ifrod Ronton, 160 E. Main.
Phono 1220-J. 00167
Dreaa Shoppe
TOItOLKIt'S UPS'lTIIRB DRKBS
BUDl'I'lC. Smart drenea, aulta
and coata. Utewart-Drow fililg.
781 Main, 2080
Garage
KLK Garage Open Alt
Night. Btorage, gua, oil,
Comploto Borvlco.
Hat Shoppe
UPSTAIRS HAT 8HOPPB
Distinctive Hats at Ilonsonahli
Prion. Drew Bldg., 731 Main.
Hemsti '..ing
HKM8TITCHINU. BUTTONS 0
ered, dressmsklag. Mas. B
M. Allendar. 114 Walnut.
0171
Hoapital
Soulo Sanitarium. Ph. 151 & 190
20 Miscellaneous For Sale
FOR BALK Potatoes; No. 1.
$1.25: and No. 2. 85c. Bert
Hell, cornor of Hunk and Illy.
Shipplugton. 0211
FOR SALF. $125.00 Diamond
Ring. Left aa ascurlty on debt
of (27.50. Hoe
BALDWIN HAJtPWARB CO.
0261
FOR BALK Seed peas, purebred
Brooksli re hogs. Leslie Jen
son, Tills Lake. .. . 00188
FOR SALE Oliver plow, high
lift. 12 Inch 2 bottom plow.
E. E. Mason. Merrill, Ore. 0222
UBKD ELECTRIC and Wood
Range combination, A bar
gain at $52.50.
BALDWIN HARDWARE
0253
WOOD. Pbona 1606-R. U. M
Lawaon. 8381
20a Swaps
TO TRADE One McKcnslo Po
tato Planter In good ships for
I two-way plow and hay rake.
Inquire St. Fnnols Pirk'Gro
ocry for R. E. Hinds. 0243
TRADB Oroeerlee for potatoes.
onions, oggs. Scottl Fruit
Produce Co. South 6tb. 2394
FIVE ROOMS, good furniture,
for good used coach or sedan.
Box 265, Malln. 238
21 Wanted Miscellaneous
WANTED TO RENT 4 or 6
rooni unfurnished house In
good district by April 16. Must
bo reasonable ront. No chll
dron. Writs box 1000, csrs
News-Hernia. isb
WANTED Ubo of piano tor
storage. P. O. Box 1121. Phone
480W3. 0207
22 Livestock and Feed
FOR SALE Jersey cow and
calf, two year old heifer. J.
D, Swift, Modoo Point, Box 54.
8198
FOR 8ALR Two span heavy
logging horses. Young and
woll broke. It vou like mules,
look ours ovor. Boat In tbe
wist. Llskov Bros.. Malln.
2793
FOR SALE OR TRADE 20 head
of work borsos, $50.00 and up;
8 freBh Joraoy cows, Aukeny
Ranch, Route 1, llox 213. 0 200
,s, nm iiW ' " i iia
22a Poultry For Sale
ORDER Magulro chicks now,
Barrod Plymouth Rocks, R. I.
Reds and White Leghorns.
Quality unsurpassed. State
college B. W, D, tested. Lead
ing laying Btrnlna, $10 100
prepaid. Compliance Certifi
cate No. 8924. Magulre Eloc
trlo Ilatchory. 2415 N. E.
Oregon street, Portland, Ore.
2430
QUALITY CHICKS
Whlto Leghorns, per 100, $8.00
Brown Loghorns, Blk Mlnorcas,
$0.00.
R. I. Reds, Barrod Rocks, $9.00.
Flocks toHtod for nullorum by
stalnod antigen method under
our personal supervision.
O It LAND HATCHERY
Orland, Calif.
Code Compliance Certificate 8879
0280
BABY CHICKS either day old or
started. Batlfitnctlon guaran
teed, i , v ' Phone' 670-J.
'" LHWI8 FARMS.
'!'(. , " 00191
RHODE) ISLAND RED hatching
eggs. Fred Crapo, Route 1,
Box 98, AHnmont. 00155
The News-Herald dlreotory la
n Index of Klamath Falls' most
reliable business men and women.
House Moving
Call R. B. Had 1 17, 818 Laguna,
Ph, 1D08W.
Painting
PAINTINO, Paperhanglng md
Kulaomlnlng. Let Roper A
Miller estimate your work.
Phone 203-W. 3020
Specialized Repairs
DERBY'S
Musical Instruments Ropalr
od In tho only Completely
Equipped Shop In Southern
Oregon. Also lawn mowor
sharpening service and ten
nis racket stringing. 1403
Dlilsl'.n. Ph. laiilM. 3126
Turklah Baths
Maaiag. Ooloni Irrigation. Reg
(stored Nurse, 187 So. Seventh
Typewriters"
Adding Machine and Typewriter
Service Co., 630 Main St.. Klam
ath Falls, Ore. Phono 842.
Bales Rentals Repalra
Let C. O. Mooro sorvlco your
typewriter or adding machine.
His seven years as Inspector (Me
chanical Expert) for liurrousbs
Adding Maohlns Co., Is your
guarantee of caroful, reliable
work. Repalra at your premlsee,
If doslrcd. 8802
Typewriters Adding Machines
Bales Service Suppllea
Factory - Agent for Royal.
Oregon Equipment Co. Ph. 2057
Used Furniture
CASH PAID for used furniture,
atorea and ranges. O. L. Hem
bree, 223 S. 6th. 3125
Wood
FIR AND PINE Soand wood.
Full Cords guaranteed Bob
Brown. 2413 White. Phone
1391K. 2478
23
Financial
SAVE SAVE
SAVE
ON -AUTO
LOANS
AND REFINANCING
Lowest rates and easiest terma
ioviatlgats and ba convinced
MUTOK INVESTMENT CO.
lOt So. 7th. - Hh. 114
Xlmir- l.lcenae M 104
.'4 Business Opportunities
HAVE ' Irrigated rland, wlll--goJ
fifty-fifty with parly who will
- help finance potato crop. la.
1. Box 243X. 0215
Necessitieg for Work
TWO YOUNG GIRLS want
housowork or care of children.
Rt. 8. Box 62. 2960
WILL EXCHANGE sowing or
laundry work tor rent of 3
or 4 room house In Mills ad
dition. 2121 Radcliffe. 3027
Work for Necessities
WOMAN will work In exchange
tor rent of small bouse or
room for self and husband.
Apply 417 Mt. Whitney. 8163
MAN AND WIFE want cook Job
In camp, or woman to cook
, on ranch and man to do
chorea or carpenter work. Re
liable. 803 S. 5th, Lee Apts.,
Room 4. 3122
GIRL wanta housework or care
of children. References. Phone
502J. 2684
Woman wants work by Day or
Hour. Himel Apta. Apt. 4.
Phone 431W. 88A9
Legal Notices
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR
Sealed bids will bo received at
the office of the County Clerk
for Klamath County until 3 p. m.
Thursday, April 5, 1934. tor the
construction of a Pile Trestle
Bridge over ths Little Deschutes
River it Cresoent, Oregon. Bald
bids will be publicly opened and
reid at said time at the County
Court Room. The main items of
material involved in ths construc
tion of said bridge Is approxi
mately 13000 board feet of lum
ber and 400 lln. ft. of piling.
Plans and specifications .may be
had at the office of the County
Engineer aftor March 20, 1934.
. . . COUNTY COURT OF
KLAMATH COUNTY.
By Jos. Jenson, County Engineer.
H M 19,80,20,2789
Squirrels Harm
Pendleton Area
PENDLETON, Mar. 26. (fl5)
The pretty little squirrel may
muke a nice pet, but he's i fly
In the eoup to farmers In this
area, Moved by the thousands of
dollars worth of damage done to
oropa by squirrels in the past
fejv seasons, Alhee and Uklah
farmers will meet hers Tuesday
to consider wholesale poisoning
plans designed to mnke Buddy
ths Nuteatsr is extlnot is the
Auk In this region,
Nebraska Farmer
Fully Prepared
OMAHA, Mar. 86, (VP) In an
ticipation of an addition to ths
family, James Barnes, Albion,
Neb., ranoher, ordered a baby
mattress from an Omaha storo.
The order dork nindo an er
ror ho sont two of thom to
Barnes, Yesterday the ators waa
advised that twlni bad arrived
at ths Barnes horns.
National and
WEAKER
T
r
PORTLAND, Mar. 26. (P)
Weakness was gineral In cheese
with a lower pries rings during
the week .At practically all lead
ing points throughout tbe conn
try there was goneral reaction
In valjics as a result of Increas
ing output with some additional
accumulations luggested.
The one cent cut made last
week by tho Tillamook associa
tion was in line with that made
by leading Wisconsin exchanges
as well .as recent cuts in tho sale
price for other Pacific northwest
mfurlngs.
Iiutlr Market Weaker
Reports from the east suggest
ed decreased consumptive de
mand along with Increased sap
plies resulting in cuts of one
cent s pound for all cheeses on
both Wisconsin exchanges.
Market for butter indicated a
gonerally weaker tone but on the
open market there wire no ris
ible changes for cubes during
the day aside from some secret
cutting reported by a west side
Willamette valley Interest.
Advanced pries named by tbe
Pacific Co-ops tor eggs and one
also named by ths produce ex
change recently were being
maintained along with the prices
just as high previously set by
the Oregon Land organisation.
Strawberries Arrlvo
In general there was a lack of
change In the market for coun
try killed meats Monday. Veal,
and Hogs were steady is were
limbs, both old and new.
WhIU there waa little, If any,
material change In the price on
light weight bens, heavy sup
plies wers showing an Improved
tone with a fractional advance
suggested in spots. Pekln ducks
were firm at 17c per pound.
Sacramento strawberries in
quits fair supply arrived during
the day. Tbe stock waa packed
in 24s and waa of rather fair
quality. Prices tor Initial moving
around $4.85 a crate.
After the longest selling sea
son In history, local cabbage waa
scarce and prices were advanc
ing. Some Cullfornian of the new
crop was available and quoted
down to l'Ae per pound.
There was keen demand tor
bulk Rome Beauty apples In
Oregon, California and Texas.
Several advances in these have
bpen made recently on . account
of the keen call, .
Citrus fruits i were steady at
late prices. 1 ; - '.
Tomato market was active but
prices wore mixed" aa Is nualltH
Demand lor asparagus ' was
better than supply, which show
ed soma decrease from the south.
Few locals were appearing.
Rhubarb market was steady
with a rather fair demand.
Brussels sprouts were practi
cally off the market.
New potatoes were in active
call, and hold steady.
Chicago
Livestock
CHICAGO, Mar. 26. (JP) (U,
S. Dept. Agrl) Hogs: Receipts
30,000; strong to 5 cents higher;
Top, $4.60; 180-240 lbs., $4.60
to $4.66; sows, $3.50 to $3.(5.
Cattle: Receipts, 17,000; fed
steers and yearlings, 15 to 25c
lower; top, strictly choice 1400
lb. steers, $7.35; bulk steers and
yearling crop unsold; best heavy
steers, $6.50; Blockers slow,
steady; cows and butcher heifers,
10 to It cents off; best heifers,
$5.75; vealers, $8.00 down; few
selects, $7.00 to $7.50.
Sheep: Receipts,' 24,000; fat
lambs slow, indications, 25 to 85
cents or more lower; good to
choice wooled lambs predominat
ing; bulk held at $9.00. upward
with bids usually at $8.75 or
under; desirable ted N clipped
lambs as yet unsold; talking
about steady on aged ewes or
$5.00 to $6.60 on scattered good
to choice natives.
Service Is tne keynote ot ths
News-Horald Olnssifled.
'The Brain' Dies
By Gang Guns
Gangland vengeance, long
thwartod, "oaught np" with
Fred (ths Brain) Goets, above,
called Chicago's super-criminal,
found bnllot-rlddled In a Cicero,
HI., gutter.' Goets, Illinois uni
versity graduate, organized the
"Klllor" Burke gang, led Ca
pone's exeoutlon squad, and
staged sensational robberies, po
lloo declare.
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(Copyright, 1934. Standard Statistics
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Stock Market
Quotations
NEW TORK, March 26, ()
The stock market today staged
only a brief celebration ot the
settlement of the automobile
labor controversy. Early gains of
one to two or more points were
cancelled nnder profit taking,
and the list settled down to tbs
familiar dull routine., Tbe close
wag Irregular.- Transfers approx
imated 1,150,000 shares.
Today's closing prices:
Air Reduction .... (5
Alaska Juneau . 20f
Allied Chemical A Dye 1501
American Can
99
American Coml. Alcohol ....
American A Foreign Power
American Power A Light
American Smelt. A Ref.
A. T. A T.
American Tob. B
Anaconda Copper .
Atchison, T. A B. F.
Atlantic Refining
Baltimore A Ohio ..... .,,
Bendfx Aviation .. -
Bethlehem Steel
Borden. Co.
Burr. Adding Machine
California Pack
611
. 101
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43
119J
89
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198
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221
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88
289
21!
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38
101
Ca?a. J. I.
Caterpillar Tractor
Chrysler Motor
Col. Gas A Electric
Coml. Solventa .,
Continental Can .
Corn Prodncta
Curtlsa Wright
Dnpont A D- N. -e.
Eastman Kodak ...i..
Electric Auto Light
General Electric ...
General Foods
General Motors
Gillette Razor
Gold Dust ,.
20
Homestake Mining S80i
International Harvester
41J
27)
14)
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191
International Nickel
I. T. A T.
Johns ManvUle ........
Kennecott Con. Cop.
LIbbey-O-Ford ...
Liggett A Myers B .
Lorillard Tob. Co. .
Liquid Carbide
37
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17
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32
27
428
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2SS
361
191
191
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6!
5
Monty Ward
Nash Motor .
National Biscuit
National Dairy Products
National Distillers ....
New York Central
North America ..
Pacific Gas A Electric
Pacific Lighting
Packard Motor
Park Utah
Ponney. J.. C.
64)
Penn R. R . .. 84 1
Phillips. Pet 18)
Public Service New Jersey- 89
Pullman. Co. 55-
Radlo Corp. 7
Rem. Rand 13
Reynolds Tob. B 40)
Sinrs Roebuck ..... 47 1
Shell Union 10
Southern Pacific 27)
Standard Brands 21)
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49.8
133.7
111.7
105.0
89.1
72.8
86.1
1402
RR'S
49.4
49.4
48.8
87.5
98.9
111.8
64.8
41.8
89.8
18.9
106.8
80.8
60.0
20
80
20
69
Indl's
80.9
80.5
80.8
61.1
88.1 .
87.8
72.6
713
63.3
RR's
86.1
86.0
86.4
61.7
102.1
81.2
74.1
78.6
47.4
105.7
62.1
Dt's
88.6
88.4
88.8
76.9 .
100.9
88.5
77.3
88.1
T0.t
101,6
80,3
Total
86.1
86.0
86.1
66.6
97.0
86.8
74.8
78.1
67.
98.7
' 68.8
90.4
(2.8
Standard Oil California
Standard Oil New Jersey
Studebaker Co.
Texas Corp.
Trans-America i
Union Carbide
Union Pacific
United Aircraft
45
71
36
7
431
126
231
61
181
64)
191
, 6U
88
61
United Corp.
United Gaa Imp,
U. 8. Indus. Alcohol
U. 8. Rubber
V. B. Steel
West. Electric A Mfg.
woqlwortn
Closing Curb Quotations
Cities Service 8
Electric Bond A Share 17)
Swift A Co. 102i
Portland
Livestock
PORTLAND, March 2, (JP)
Cattle, receipts, 1,900; calves,
200; market slow, steady. 7
Steers, good, common and me
dium, $3.(5 to $6.00; heifers,
common and medium, $3.25 to
$5.25; cows, good, common and
medium, $3.00 to $4.60; low cut
ter and cutter, $1.50 to $8.00;
bolls, cutter, common and medi
um, $2.60 to $3.25; vealers, good
and choice, $6.50 to $8.00; cull,
common and medium, $3.00 to
$6.60; calves, good and choice,
6.00 to $6.00; common and me
dium, $2.60 to $5.00.
Hogs, receipts, 2.900; market
active; 25c higher tor bogs, lOe
to 15c higher for pigs and pack
ing sows..
Lightweight, good snd choice,
$4.00 to $4.75; medium weight.
good snd choice, $4.25 to $4.75;
heavyweight, good and choice,
$3.75 to $4.85; packing sows.
good, $2.85 to $3.60; feeder and
stocker pigs, good and choice.
$3.25 to 83.75. ;
' Sheep, receipts, 2,000; market
strong to 15o higher.
Spring lambs, good and choice,
$9.60 to $10.60; medium. $8.00
to $9.50; lambs, good and choice,
$8.00 to 4)9.25; common and me
dium. 6.00 to $8.25; yearling
wethers, $6.00 to $7.00; ewes,
good and choice, $3.60 to $4.50;
common and medium, $2.00 to
$3.75. ' ..'. .''..,..
PORTLAND GRAIN TABLE
PORTLAND, Mar. 26. (JP)
Grain: Wheat
Open High Low Close
May 73 73 72
July 73 78 72 72
Cash: Bin Bend Bluesteam, 73;
dark Hard Winter, 12, 77.
do, 11, 72; soft white,
western white, hard winter,
northern ' spring and western
red. 71.
Oats: No. 2 white, $20.00
Corn: No. 2E yellow, $23.25
Millrun standard. $14.00.
Today's car receipts: Wheat,
64; .barley, 1: flour, 21; corn,
1: oats. 1; bay, 2.
ANNIE
YES,
WE'VE
PRESSED BEFORE'
BUT THIS TIME
I FEAR WE'RE
V
DONS
ti r
27 CARS GF SPUDS
According to the shipping re
port 901 carloads of potatoes
wers shipped in ths Unltsd States
over ths weekend. Oregon furn
ished 27 ears, Washington It snd
Idsho 166. Milne shipped 168
esrs, and Colorado 114.
The market at Prisqns ' Isle
was dull, with demand slow. No.
1 Green Mountalni brought most
ly $1.40 a hundred, lacked, tn
carload! FOB shipping point.
Idaho markets wsre steady to
firm with a fairly ;ood demand..
No. 1 Russets brought mostly
$.90 a hundred, sacked, In ear
loads FOB cash trick. '
Yakima reported a firm mark
et on No. two's but about steady
on No. l's. A few salss ot No. 1
Russets were completed at around
$18 a ton in carloads FOB sash
trick. No. 8 Rassets brought
mostly $13 s ton. . . , ,
At Chicago the terminal mark
et was steady with demand and
trading moderate. No. 1 Idaho
Ruisiti brought $1.70 to $1.7a
hundnd, lacked, track sales ear
lots eutwslght.
At Ban Frsnefseo ths market
wis stronger with a better feeling
prevailing. No. 1 Klamath
Gems sold to Jobbers at $1.$$ te
$1.40 a hundred, sacked.
Portland
Produce
PORTLAND, March M, P
Butter, extras, 24Jc; standard,
24c per lb. r .
Butterfat, Portland eellverr,
A grade, 33c so 33 per MM
farmer's door delivery, 19s to 30s
per lb.
Eggi, Paelfle Poultry Predae
ers' selling prices; verslse, 18c;
fresh extras, 16e; standards,
16c; mediums. 15e per doa. (car
tons le higher). Buying ptiee ot
wholesalers: Fresh extras, Her
firsts, 14e; mediums, 14s; pal
lets, 18s; andergradss, 10s per
dos.
Cheese, 13 score, Orsgoa trip
lets, 13c; lost, 18 per lb.. '
Milk, contract price, 4 . Fort
land delivery, $1.96 per ewt. B
grade cream, 27)e per lb. -
Country meats, selling price to
retailers: Country killed hogs,
best butchers, nnder 60 lbs., Ic;
vealers, 90 to 100" lbs., lOe to
10)c; light and thin, (s to 3c:
heavy calves, Sc to 6o; yearling
lambs, 13c to 16c; spring limbs,
18c to 20c; ewes, 8e to 6c; can
ner cows, 2)c to 8); balls, 6)o
to (c per lb. . ' -.
Mohair, 1984 haying price, 26e
per lb. '
Cascara ' bark, bnylng price,
1934 peel, 2)c to 8 per lb.
Hops, 1938 cluiters, 24e" to
28c per lb.
Live poultry, Portland deliv
ery, colored (owls, 13c to 14c;
Leghorn, 10c; broilers, , 14o to
17c; stags, 8c; roosters, (c; Pe
kln dncks, 12c; eolored, . 10c,
geese, 10c per lb. '
Onions, Oregon, $1.00 to $1.18.
Potatoes, local white and red,
$1.15 to $1.25 per cental; Yaki
ma, $1.35 to $1.40; Deschutes,
$1.45 to $1.50; bakers, $1.65 to
$1.70. New Florida Triumphs,
$3.60 to $2.60 per 60 lbs., 7e per
lb.; Hawaii, $1.60 to $1.85 per
3Mb. box.
Strawberries, Sacramento, $4.86
per 24-box crate.
Wool, 1984 clip, nominal; Wil
lamette Valley, 20c to 35e pes
lb.; Eastern Oregon, 25 to 86
per lb..; Southern ; Idaho met
quoted. '
Hay, buying price from produc
er. Alfalfa, No. 1 new crop,
$14.00 to $16.00; Eastern Ore
gon timothy, $17.09; timothy
grasses, blended, $15.00; oats,
$37.50; vetch, $14.00; Willam
ette Valley timothy, $18.00 per
ton....' ..
Federally licensed aon-eem-merclal
pilots and other airmen
not In the piloting grides may
now have licenses ' renewed by
mall, Instead ot presenting sppll
cations perpllysJnjthpi
By Harold Gray;
SIR, .Z.- AND
I WOULDN'T
SAY THAT,
OLIVER
THE FINAL
FIQURES
WILL BE
AVAILABLE
BEEN HARD i
FOR"
TO-MORROW-
WHY, THATlS -EBADIAHJ
Z. HARE- ONE MAN I
CAN COUNT ON- STARTED fl
- , AS A CLERK WITH MS
; YEARS AGO- HE'S THE
WHO Rb