The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, May 09, 1941, Page 14, Image 14

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MaSihetl and fyinatuUal
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STOCK LEADERS
MOW LACK OF
NEW YORK. May 8 ID A I
few rails. metals and specialties;
lieppeo. imo a aniau-sura rii.
today but stock market leaders
generally lacked rising power.
Most in Wall street felt the
market was due for more of a
comeback than it enjoyed Tues -
day although those who still
leaned to the buying side were
disposed to limit commitments
pending an answer to the ques
tion of whether the United
States may soon be an actual
participant in the war. The tax
spectre, brokers said, persisted
as a speculative handicap.
Bullish arguments were dis
cerned in the business news
much included the General Mo
tors April sales aggregate, best
for any month in the company's
history, and a more than sea
sonal jump in last week s freight
loadings to the highest mark
since early last November.
n In the share division resist
ance was shown by NY Central,
reat Northern, Pere Marquette
preferred. Kennecott. General
Motors, Sears Roebuck. United
Aircraft, Phillips Petroleum and
RISING
POWER
J C. Penney. I Otis Steel 7 Siu.uu or aoove.
. Backward were US Steel, ! Pac Amer Fish 8 Cattle: 200. calves salable 35.
Bethlehem, J. I. Case. Phillip ; Pac Gas & El 241 total 50. steady, bulls 25c and
Morris, Union Carbide and Packard Motor 2!!l'er than Monday, medium
American Can. Chrysler dipped ' Pan Amer Airways 10JlfI fpd steers $9.60-10 00. lat-
to a new low for the year. Paramount Pic lll'ter for part load 878 lb. Can-
Bonds and commodities wcrc.Pcnnev (J C) .. 79i
mixed.
Today's quotations:
Air Reduction
40 I
41
.Alaska Juneau
'American Can
Allis-Chalmers
Am Car & Fdy
Am Rad Sta San
Am Roll Mills
Am Smelt & Ref
Ara Tel & Tel
Am Tob "B"
261
79 1
26 I
Am Water Works
Am Zinc L & S
Anaconda
Armour 111 .
Atchison
291
Aviation Corp
Bald Loco
Bendix A via
'Beth Steel
Boeing Airp
21
133
341 ;
691 I
131 i
191 i
161 1
171
Borden
Borge-Warner
Calif Packing
Callahan Z L
Calumet Hec
Canada Dry
Canadian Pacific
..1516 !
51 1
111
31
661
41
51
41
' V "" - Regular Raduced Down Monthly
Price To Paymtnt Payments
'37 Chrysler 6 Sedan . . . $495 $395 $135 $20
'37 Plymouth 2 Door . . . $445 $365 $125 $19
'37 Ford Deluxe Sed. :Z nd $445 $365 $125 $19
'37 Line-Zephyr Sedan . $595 $465 $155 $26
'40 Ford Deluxe Sedan . $745 $675 $225 $29
'36 Ford Tudor Sedan . . $365 $295 $100 $17
'37 Ford Pickup . .... $415 $365 $125 $19
'38 Pontiac 8 Sedan r.7Bd $675 $595 $200 $27
'36 Chevrolet Coupee . . $365 $295 $100 $17
'34 Ford Tudor Sedan . . $245 $195 $ 65 $15
STOP
RflLS
401
Celanese
Chrs i Ohio
21
36 i
.... 561
2i
.... 10
I
.. 25 i
. 181
. 51
.... 451
.... 12 J
81
.. 671
.141
...124
II
... 28i
36
.. 38i
. 124
17
26
10
81
Chrysler
Col Gas & El ...
Com! Solvents
Comm'nw'lth & Sou .
Consol Aircraft
Consol Edison -
Consol Oil
Corn Products .
Crown Zcllcrbach
Curtiss Wright
Doug Aircraft
Dupont r N .
Pow"& Lt" .ZZZ
Gem?ral Electric ..
General Foods
General Motors
Goodrich
Goodyear Tire
1 Gt Nor Ry pfd
I Greyhound
Illinois Central
Insp Copper
101
Int Harvester
Int Nick Can
Int Pap & P pfd
Int Tel & Tel
Johns Manville
44)
25
65
2
581
331
311
Kennecott
Lib O Ford
Lockheed
Loews .
Long-Bell "A"
Montgomery Ward
Nash-Kelv
Nat l Biscuit
Nat l Dairy Prod
Nat l Dist
National Lead
- 224
291
. 21
321
4
16
121
181
. 151
N Y Central
131
No Am Aviation
121
12
! North Amer Co
Northern Pacific
Ohio Oil 81
Penna R R
25
Phelps Dodge 261
Phillips Pet . 411
Proctor & Gamble 501
Pub Svc N J 221
Pullman .
Radio .....
31 j
Hi
244
171 1
8g i
Cat Tractor
61iRayonier .
14 I Rayonier pfd
371 j Republic Steel
1491 ! Richfield Oil
Safeway Stores
Sears Roebuck
Shell Union
Socony Vacuum -Sou
Cal Edison -
37 :
69ii
13j I
gj ;
221 j
124 !
Southern Pacific
Sperry Coro
33
54
221
Standard Brands
Stand Oil Calif .
Stand Oil Ind
Stand Oil N J .
stone & Webster .
Studebaker .
Sunshine Mining
291 i
361 1
6 i
41
81
391
41
Texas Corp .
Trans-America
'Union Carbide ...
66
'Union Oil Calif 14 4 I
and SHOP at the
Main and
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HALTED BY SALES
CHICAGO. May 8 M The
wheat market's advance which
had added 8 to 8 cents a bushel
to prices since the first of the
month was halted today by prof
it taking touched off by weak'
ness of other commodities.
Prices slumped more than S
cents at the opening and then
spent the remainder of the ses
sion recovering about half the
loss. Buying on the rally was as
sociated with improved flour de
mand, export sale of 3.000.000
bushels of Canadian wheat to
Great Britain and Washington
reports of the possibility of
enactment of increased loan rate
legislation. Large quantities of
redeemed loan wheat were re
ported purchased by trade inter
ests at Kansas City.
Wheat closed li-llc lower
than yesterday. May 96i-ic. July
94i-95c: corn unchanged to 1c
down. May 701-lc. July 70ic;
oats unchanged to ic lower.
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK
PORTLAND, Ore.. May 8 (AP
USDAVHogs: salable 3S0. total
500. slow, weak to 10c lower,
good-choice 175-215 lb. driveins
$885-9.00. 2 outstanding lows
59.10, off grades and overfat
$8.75. 225-295 lb. butchers $8.25
$8.50. light lights $8.00-25. pack
ing sows above 400 lb. S7.75-S8.
good-choice feeders salable $9.25-
:aaian, oca neaa ss.uu. some un-
sold, good 780 lb. fed heifers:
$9.75. common-medium heifers
$7.00-8 50. canner and cutter
cows $3.25-6.50. fat dairy type j
cows $7.00-50, good dry lot beef ;
t-t,1 UIUI l I
vealers $10.50-11.50. common $7.
Sheep: salable 300, total 450,
active, spring lambs 25c higher
for two days, other classes
steady, good-choice springers
$10 411-so, good-choice 97 lb. fed
shorn lambs $8 00. grassy lambs .
$6.75-7.50, grass fat ewes salable
$3.00-50.
Union Pacific
United Airlines
United Aircraft
United Corporation
United Drug
United Fruit
611
22
U S Rubber
U S Rubber pfd
U S Steel
Warner Pictures
Western Union
90
321
31
2041
Westinghouse
. 881
Wool worth 27 '
ECAUSE
OFFER USED CARS
LIKE THESE AT
GIVE AWAY PRICES!
SIGN OF THE SCOTTIE!
Esplanade
THE NEWS AND THE HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Carload Potato Shipments
Day of .
Month Season of 1940-41 Season of 19.19 40
T?e ys-g p e BBg!se
May to Season May to Season
May Dally Data to Date Dally Data to Data
1 B 8 9305 18 It 6991
J 26 35 9331 18 34 7009
3 14 49 " 9343 13 47 7022
4 3 52 9348 18 65 7040 "
5 23 75 93lT 4 69 7044
6 ' 19 " BB 7063
7 18 106 " 7081
8 FT" 117 7092
U 128 7103
10 Tl 139 7114
II 8 148 7123 "
3 " 131 7126
I3 5 136 .7131
I 8 162 7137
' 3 163 7140
IS 4 169 7144
17 2 171 7148
18 3 174 7149
19 0 174 7149
20 1 175 7150
11 1 176 7151
22 1 177 7152
23 2 179 7154
2 2 181 7156
; 2 183 7158
16 1 184 7159
27 1 185 7160
28 2 187 7162
29 1 188 7163
30 1 189 " 7164
31 0 189 7184
Shipments by Truck
Grand Totals
S. F. LIVESTOCK
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,
" r rcu. omio I.IISI
News) HOGS: Salable 400
Steady to 10c higher; 40 head
choice 218 lb. butchers $9.50,
extreme top: balance butchers,
$9 40-45: packing sows $7.00-50.
CATTLE: Salable 10. Desir-
.kl. 1 - u . 1
ab ""1
package cutters $6.00-50; bulls
nominally $8.00-50. Calves: Sal
able 15. Steady: about dozen
801 head good 203 lb. vealers $12.50,
10 sorted 160 lb. $10 00.
38 I SHEEP: Salable none. Noml
I nally weak with past two days
31;S0-75c decline: good to choice
lambs quoted $10.00-50: good to
choice shorn ewes $4.25 down.
About 20 per cent of every
consumer dollar spent in the
United States in 1939 went to
the automotive industry, includ-
ing filling stations.
we
108
297
7272
POTATOES
SAN FRANCISCO. May 8
(AP-USDAV Potatoes: 7 Califor
nia, 1 Oregon arrived, S un
broken, 15 broken cars on track;
by truck, 3 cars arrived; market
dull, few sales; Oregon Klamath
district Russets, No. 1, $1.25-35;
ordinary quality $1.10-15; No. 2s,
.80-85.
LOS ANGELES. May B (AP
USDA) Potatoes: 4 Idaho ar
rived, 8 unbroken, 13 broken
cars on track: bv trurlr a rDii.
fornia. 2 Idaho arrived; market
dull for old stock, steady for
new siock; no Oregon
tions.
quota-
CHICAGO. May 8 (AP-USDA)
Potatoes: arrivals 89; on track
277; total US shipments 713;
old stock, supplies moderate,
demand for Idaho Russets mod
erate, market steady; other va
rieties northern stock demand
light, market about steady; Ida
ho Russet Burbanks US No. 1.
SI. 40-60; Wisconsin Katahdins
US No. 1, J1.00; Bliss Triumphs
US No. I, $.75-1.25; Minnesota
and North Dakota Cobblers 80
i per cent US No. 1 quality 70c;
Early Ohios 85 per cent US No.
1 quality 75c; Bliss Triumphs
80 per cent or more US No. 1
quality $.75-1.15; new stock,
supplies moderate, demand for
southern and western Triumphs
good, market firm with slightly
stronger tendencies; California
Long White demand light, mar
ket barely steady with slightly
weaker tendencies; California
Long White US No. 1, $2.15-20;
Bliss Triumphs 90 per cent or
more US No. 1 quality $2 90
3 00: Alabama Bliss Triumphs
US No. 1, $2.13-50: Texas 50 lb.
sack Bliss Triumphs US No. 1,
$1.30 per sack.
Portland
Produce
TORTLANP. SHr fAP FTTTFR -Prlnta.
A frarr Xe lb. in pnrrhmnt mrnr
trr. 4V In mrtona; R grd 9n In parch
rri'iit wmppr-fi, atio lb. la curt'im.
BLTTEHKAT - Flr.t rjuillty. mtlmm
of t p-t tftxl lenity. Mvrl n Port I an'!.
S'V ll.: premium quality, matlmum of
.34 per cent irldlty, Mi-ifH In.; vay
fi'it a and rvjrjritry point 2 cent a lea ;
second tiaij, s centi under flrat.
f'HEFME Selling prlra. to Portland
ntalkra. Tillamook triplet, 23n In.; .,ar.
Sin In. Triplet to wholesaler!, 21a lb.; loaf
Llc. f.e.b. Tillamook.
EGOPJ Prteea to pro4uera; A lira;
'iV; R larg) 22e; A mrdluin. Vtc; R
medlim. Sic lint. Reaal to retailers. 4r
higher for rase; ft rents higher for rarton.
rOI,NTRV MPATH Selllnr prlre to
retailers; wmntry killed hog", het. butrhera,
12-1-10 .. 12'i-I.V; visnlera. fane v.
lAS-l:; light, thin, IS-Hr; haT. IMie;
yearling lamb. 14 H 15c lb.: 19(1 aprlng
lamb, onmlnally l.je lb. ; ewea a; in. ;
gnrni ctjtter rttws, 12-lSo lb.; canner co
11-12? lb.; bulls, M-Hfl lb.
MVE POiri.TRY Rtilng prWa; Ko.
I gride lffhorn broilers. 1 Vi to 3 Iha., Mr;
fryera imdr i lbs.. Iflr; piprlngers, H to
t lb.. Or; roasters oter lbs.. Sir; eolofd
hens over i lbs., IVr; hens 4 to i lbs., Z0r;
Mghoma under S lbs., 4c; over 3',i
lbs., IA lb.; old roosters, 7c lb.
hRKSSRh T1RKKVS Nominal gelling
prlee.; h"DS ir.'U lb.
UNIONS Oregon Danrers, regular No
l'a .1.00 .1.; X Im-h and larger, 3.2.', U.rfl
A lb. aark. New California, Wat
lug.
PUTATOFfl Jt' rallfornla Tng White
Vo. I. 2.2J rental; H gradn n ao I 'A
Pit tb. bag. Old Uesehutea No. , $i.m;
selected fieschtitea brand. !.; Klamath
.4f) rental: selected Klamath t.VrA.
HAY - Helling price, on tracks; alfalfa.
No. . $ I4.7.t ton; oatvetrh. !0 (on;
Willamette valley rlover. I0 Ion; timothy,
atern Oregon 417 ton.
WOOfj 1941 ronfraels. Oregon ranrh,
nominal fll-Wr; 1040 eastern Oregon rangi-,
30 S2r; rroashreds M-Wf lb. Wlllamtta
tall 12 mouth, M 3oo lb.
Swastika Brands
Him as Nazi Spy
Admiration for Adolf Hitler put
the Indian ign on Hruno Johan
nes Valtmkt, SI, above, Hiver
hcad. N. Y.. hotrl waiter. After
swa.ihkn wan founa branded on
hi left arm, he admitted to
federal annts ho was a Ger
man Ucstnpo agent '
SEE COSTS RISING
PORTLAND, May 8 FI The
high-costof living. eternal com
panion of war, was thrown Into
bold relief on Portland markets
today. The Journal announced.
The price on flour advanced
20 cents a barrel. Some shops
said they would continue the
old price until they had to re
new stocks. Butter prices were
up a tn 11 cent per pound. Eggs
advanced a cent or more a
dozen. Cheese increased on an
average of half a cent a pound.
In the vegetable department,
asparagus prices boomed along
with those on lettuce, radishes,
new potatoes and other season
able products. Even spinach
cost more.
WOOL MARKET
BOSTON. May 8 (AP-USDA)
Interest broadened and prices
of active domestic wools firmed
today. Prices ranged $1 to $1.03
scoured basis for fine territory
wools in original bags. Combing,
bright, three-eight and one
quarter blood fleece wool con
tinued to sell occasionally at
mo5,lr 4S ,0 48 cenl the
' frrl"c- delivered to users. South
American wools were quite ac
tive at firm to slightly advanced
prices.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Klamath
County. In the Matter of the
Estate of P W. Purdin, deceased,
Notice is hereby Riven that the
unr.ler5iKr.1xl nan filed his Final
Account of the administration of
5aid Estate, and that said Court
has set Frrlay, May 16 1941. at
ten oclock A. M., m the time
and the Circuit Court room in
the Court House t Klamath
Fall. OicRon. as thn place, for
hearing objections tj said final
Account and the settlement
thereof.
Dntrd April 17. 1941.
BF.RT C. THOMAS.
Administrator of the Estate
of P. W. Purdin. Deceased
Apr. 17 24; M 1-8-13 No. 66
CLASSIFIED INDEX
Apartments For Rent 24
Automotive .34
Business Opportunities .....48
Educational 12
Financial 48
For Sale or Trade 38
General Notices 4
Health - 13
Help Wanted, Female 14
Help Wanted, Mala
Houses For Rent
Livestock and Poultry
Lost and Found -
Miscellaneous For Rent
Miscellaneous For Salo .
Miscellaneous Wanted
Personals
Real Estate For Sals
Real Estate Wanted
Room and Board ......
Rooms For Rent
Services
Situations Wanted
To Exchange
Transportation
Lost and Found
LOST Carton containing 2
chrome chairs, between S. P.
Depot and Main. Reward,
Phone 3331. 8-8
General Notices
RAW VEGETABLE JUICES
Extracted fresh dally. Also
health foods. 131 N. 4th, Phone
4707. 6-5
HOUSE MOVING, raising, ce
ment work. R. B. Hadley, 203
Michigan Ave. Phone 7281.
5-18
FREE MARCELS every Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Northwestern Beauty College.
8-31mtf
16
26
44
"11.28
36
42
ZZ30
32
20
40
8
Transportation
Go By Motor Coach
Shortest Route Lowest Fares
to Northern Points
On Round
Way Trip
Spokane ...$ 1 1 .00 $20.05
Boise. Ida. 9.95 18.10
Portland 5.90 10.65
Seattle .... 8.40 14.65
Mt. Hood Stages, Inc.
Knurl tave 1:00 P. M.
Greyhound Depot Phone RS21
S '.Mliutf
10
Servtcaa
GLASS
Duplate Safety Glass, window
(lass, plate and mirrors, resll
vrrink. Kimball's Glass Shop,
827 Walnut. Phone 7378.
88mtf
SEE MRS. HARNEY for alter
ations. Remodeling. Whytnl's.
Phone 8222. S Smtf
HOUSE CLEANING Art Bene
dict, 8848. 8 4 i
CURTAINS home laundered and
stretched. Reasonable. Mrs.
Shafer. Phone 8847. 8 3mtf
WRINGER ROLLS Washing
machine and vacuum cleaner
parts for all makes. Merit!
Washing Machine Service. 7UU
South Sixth. S-31mtf
REMEMBER Stuart's Shoe Shop
when you want Invisible half
soles. This means no nails and
look like full soles. 1000 Main.
3 18
YES, we clean and spray suede
shoes. Will not rub off on
your hose. Stuart's Shoe Shop.
1000 Main. 6 1
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER, no
tary public. Eda Lee Besson
ette. Elk Hotel, phone 4181.
8 14
SHARPENING, repairing lawn
mowers, tools, welding. Uod
enhamer Saw Filing, 381-3 E.
Main street Phone 4672. 5 10
WELL DRILLING and pumps.
Arthur Stewart, 184R Blshee.
320
CRATING, packing, moving
storage. Call us for estimates.
Peoples Warehouse. 2804U
WHO'S YOUR MOVER? Dial
7428. Local, long distance.
2803tf
L
FIX THAT RADIO Our busi
ness Is SOUND. Conner Ser
vice Co., 2007 So. 6th. Phone
6878. Just south of viaduct.
3-amtf
KALSOMINING Painting.
paper hanging. Mae McGarr.
Phone 4886. 3-16
WINDOW CLEANING We also
clean paper, kalsnmine and
painted walls. A. M. Rhoads.
Dial 4768. S-24mtf
DRESSMAKING. Hemstitching,
Buttons, Buckles covered. Al
terations on new and old cloth
ing. Mrs. H. M. Allender. 731
Main, room 216. Phone 7263.
S-lBmti
PAPERHANGING, PAINTING,
Kalsomining. Dial 6848. Mel
vln E. Frost. 513mtf
ARE YOUR RUGS CLEAN?
Call Doremus Rug and Furnl
ture Cleaners. Dial 8873. 2012
Orchard. 3-11
CALL SHASTA CLEANERS for
quality cleaning at lowest
prices. Phone 7036. 8441 So.
6th. 8-24
FLOOR SANDING and rcfinlsh
ing. Clifford Golden. Phone
3822. S-31mtf
FLOOR SANDING. FINISHING
We generate our own power.
C. DuFour. Phone 31106.
3-27mtf
ELECTROLUX CLEANERS
Sales and service. Phone
5917. P. O. Box 814. 8-20
PAINTING Kalsomining. H.
L. Brown. Phono 4226. 3-10mtf
PICTURE FRAMING Art and
Gift Shop, 518 Main. 5-24mtf
FLOOR SANDING Old floors
refinlshed. Norman Fraley.
Phone 4001. 5-24mtf
WALLPAPER CLEANED $1.00
per room, Kalsomined and
painted walls cleaned right
and reasonably. Work guar
anteed. Phone 5329. 5-11
BRING YOUR REMODELING
problem to Mike Robin. Web
foot Construction Co. Phone
6613 for appointment. 1430
Klamath. Loans approved
same day. 6-7
12
Educational
WHEN you think of success,
think of Northwestern Beauty
College. One of America's ex
ceptional training schools.
. 5-31 mtf
13
Health
DENTAL PLATES REPAIRED
Usually 1 to 3 hours. Dr.
Gordon Ledingham. 3-3lmtf
14 Help Wanted. Female '
WANTED Lady to do house
work and care for scml-ln-valld.
Two In family. Can
stay nights or go home. Phone
3953. 5-0
MajW 1941
14 Help Wanted, rental
WANTED Housekeeper. On
rhtld In family. Inquire
Derby's Music, 120 N. 7th. 8 S
WANTED Curb service girls.
Inquire Tlk-Tok Drive In be
tween 8 and 8 p. m. 434tf
WANTED Competent house
keeper. Take full charge mod
ern home. Small family. Must
stuy nights. Dial 4291 after
noons or evenings or Inquire.
Link River Collages same
time. 4I8K.
BEAUTY OPERATORS Fraa
employment service. North
western llrauly College.
8-:ilmtf
18 Help Wanted. Mala
GARDEN EH for garden and yard
work. Cuhiii and small wages.
Altamont Trailer Park. 8 8
WANTED Able young man.
Steady work. News-Herald,
llox 81)2. S B
WAN TED Experienced servlre, '
station man. Chlloquln Gar
age, Chlloquln. 8 0
OPENING for two men In sales
department. National coin
puny. Excellent pay, no can
vassing. Must have some col
lege training, car and b able
to furnish bond. Permanent
work, rapid advancement. P.
O. Box 12IH. 8 14
ATTENTION men school teach
ers! Do you want a summer s
Job with excellent payf Per
manent If desired. P. O. Box
1218 814
II
Situations Wanted
MIDDLE-AGED, unencumbered
woman wishes cooking or
housework on ranch, Lucy
Hose. Phone 74H1. 8 8
EXPERIENCED married man
wants ranch work by month.
Jess Starkey. 2916 South Sixth
before 7 a. m. or after 7 a. m.
88
SII1PMAN NURSERY Chll
dren cared for. Day, week,
month. Phone 7368. 1813
Wantland. S21mtf
WOMAN wants hour work. Ph.
SR46. BR
TRAINED NURSE Phone 8388.
6 1
RANCH and construction exper
ience, some selling and tractor
operator. Have panel delivery
Henry Zrutner, 821 Oak. 5 8
COMPETENT young woman,
small child, wishes position as
housekeeper in Christian
home, close In. Phone 39H4.
3-1 II
20
Room and Board
BOARD AND ROOM Private
shower. S8 week. 723 Klam
ath. VACANCY 1034 High. 6 Smtf
ROOM. BOARD. LAUNDRY
346 N. 10th. 3-12
ROOM AND BOARD Private,
comfortable home. Excellent
table. Close in. 1028 Jeffer
son. Phone 4763. 6 4
ROOM AND BOARD. 1018
Washington. 3 9.
BOARD, ROOM, LAUNDRY.
Phono 7272. 700 Mitchell. 6-1.
ROOM, BOARD 514 Walnut.
5 26
BOARD. ROOM privato home.
332 N.'Olli. 3.9
BOARD, ROOM 1843 Sargent
8-24
Rooms For Rent
ROOM Modern home. $2 30
week. 1830 Crescent. 3S9lf
MODERN ROOM Fireplace,
shower and private entrance.
Phone 5508. 357tf
ClXR"EMONT 228No7"4tVi"
All outside, newly decorated,
modern rooms. Free parking.
6 6mtf
LIGHT housekeeping room,
sleeping rooms. Greer Hotel,
next to Pine Tree theatre. 3-12
LIGHT housekeeping and sleep
ing rooms. 323 N. 6th. 8 8
CLEAN ROOM 134 N. Third.
47U0tf
CLAREMONT Summer rates.'
Some four dollars. 8-14
ROOM FOR RENT 314 Wash
ington. 448tf
SLEEPING ROOM 421 Oak.
3-14
24 Apartmants For Rant
VACANCY Esplanade Courts.
Furnished. 3-31mt(
TWO-ROOM furnished apart
ment, 128 N. 6th. Phone 6393.
413tf
VACANCY 2-room furnished
apartment, $30. White Pine
Apartments. 68
VACANCY Rex Arms.
62
FURNISHED APARTMENT In
duplex, close in. Phono 57B9
58
FOR RENT 4-room furnishe'l.
apt., SUA! Jefferson. Can brr
seen between 10 a. m. and 6
P. m. No children or pels.
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THE ROOSEVELT Unfurnish
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