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April 7, 1939     Mt. Adams Sun
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Fridayl April 7,1939 CLASSIFIED 1 I I:()R S;kIA OR T1C\\;DF.-- l:ox I terrior lSUpl,ies. Charles l.incoln, / l/ingen. -,&apos;(ANT F.l)--Retialfle family to run small ranches on s(mres; must be able to furnish $100 for seed. etc; also cabin for rent in P, in/en, lllqnire at Tim Sun office. F( )R S:\\;1.1" .... Good kitchen rauge for $10. l'hone 484 FOIL SAI.F.--1931 Ford Coupe. Studio couch. Mrs. Paul l,annanl Husum road near Anderson corn-i er. :\\;7: I:()R SAl.l:--Two 5.50-19 six lilY tire:< Retreads. One never used. One run 1000 miles. $12.00. F. D. Davenport,, Bingen. A7 FOR SAIA;--Pure hred French Alpine kids 1 cistern pinup. 1 chihl's violin. I,. F. Dawley, White FOR S.\\;I.I:.-- l lorses ready for w,rk. l:resh purebred hoistein milk cows. 2 miles west of \\;Vish- ram on highway. \\;Vatch for sign. George Coffield. \\;Vishrana. \\;Vash. FOR RENT--2 good houses either for short term or lease. Phone No. 112 Bingcn. FOR TRADE--S450 player piano new condition, lots of rolls, for 2 gool milk cows. Mrs. Claud Sturtevant. l.ouie Iarsen*'s cabins Underwood. See Charles F. Miller for Jiffy starch and 250 other Zanol prod- ucts. Magazine and newspatYr subscriptions. 2000 to pick from including foreign. Fir shakes and other articles. Box 42. Bingen. (n You'll Marvel At Our Beautiful Selection Of New Sprinq Woolens COLORS Shades- Weaves Fashions! All The Very Latest And At Low Prices That You Will ADrecia*q. Made Strictly To Your Measure. cBow's COOK NEWS iVlrs. Thos. Thorpe returned t( her home Sunday after spend- ing a week in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balle visited at Clarence Houker's home in Stevenson Snndav. Miss Frances Brock, o( Port- land, is spending her Easter va- cation with Mrs. Irwin .P, rock. Harriette and Floradelte \\;Vii- son were visiting friend in \\;Vhite Salmon Friday evening. l)oris lrredericks has returned 'to her home in White Sahnon after st)ending several months in Cooks with Mrs. \\;V. C. Collins. Cooks school is st)onso:zing another dance in the school gym Saturday night, April 11, with 111 (){]erll music. Mrs. Nih's and Cook's grade : s"b,,(! girls. ]era D Archer, \\;Van- !da \\;Vilson, 1)}tuna Niles and Ellen :\\;ether attended the Matinee of lhmkleberrv Finn in Ste-enson F: id,v. Mr. and Mrs. I,ewis ttarr and Patsie and Eh,uise \\;Vilson were iu P(:.rtland Snndav. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harr, of Portland returned to Cooks to 1 live while Mr. Hare is employed at the Cooks Fish Hatchery. Mr. C. Archer and family, of Vancouver, were visiting Mr. O. Archer Sunday. Harriette and Floradelle \\;Vil- son attended a suprise birthday party in honor of Rohert Nielsen Sunday at Mill A. O--- KLICKITAT HEIGHTS Friends and relatives were wclc(mfing Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Johnson, of College Place, Wash. who were here over the week end. MS. and Mrs. George Brad- ford made a lmsiness trip to Goldendale last Friday. Mr." and Mrs. Chas. Briggs attended church services a.t Lyle last Sundav. Mrs. Pearl Jolmson experienc- ed a light attack of the flu the first of the week. Our community was shocked when 'tlae)' learned of the suddeu ca!i" ,f tilt! four-year-old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sor'en- s,,n last Saturday, from a home accident and all extend their deep sympathy to the sorrowing par- ents. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Lyle church. ' Mr. Prill has returned to o:" community after enjoyir.,z an c' 'tended trip hoth to the ea<t an,', west. The Russell chilhcn v, er' happy over the arrival of tlwi: mother the first of the \\;re k w!: has been for some time vi.itha:' in Portland. The Ernie Struck family, ,f Appleton, were Sunday gu.',s,s of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,hTIcGowan O Ve:ne lelms!,n and family I av, d Mrs.'lohn.;Wn' nmther, ';fl \\;Vhite Saimon, visited friends I iq l;inen Sundav. i Clifford Faaal(" and family, of The Mt. Adams Sun !NCRZAg,::NG CATTLE MAY CAUSE IdARKET TO SAG The present cattle situation calls for prompt marketing of all finished cattle as soon as they are ready, says Alden g. Orr, as- sistant professor of farm manage- ment at \\;\aslaington State Col- lege, in a news letter to The Snn. Cattle numlwrs in \\;Vashington have been increasing since 1937 and on January 1, 1939 were estimated to he 794,000 head. Cattle in the United States have again increased after a four-year decline which started with a major reduction in the drouth year, 1934. Cattle prices during rtcent months have been snpt)orte:l by short sui)l)lies and by a strong hog market, both of which may change materially in the next two months. So far, market- in/ of finished cattle in 1939 have been light in comparison with heavy marketings of finish- ed cattle during the correspon:l- ing period a year ago. This sit- uation indicates a possilfility of a less favorable cattle market during the late spring and early sUUalller inonttas. Marketin/s of Canadian cattle are expected to be heavy during April and May, and with an in- crease in hog slaughter during I the next two months, prices for i finished cattle can be expected to decline from thoir 'present favorable level. The present t strong demand for feeder and stocker cattle, however, can be expected to lend Some support to the finished cattle market. The price outlook for cattle as well as hogs during the next "feTx,, years is for a downward trend (':od wFth feed prl"ces if nor- mal crop production prevails. Livestock prices can he expected to decrease when total meat sup,lies approach a pre-depres- stun level. Farmers who are vflannin, to expand their herds , by purchasing feeder stock should avoid doing so at too high prices because of the present, zeneral livestock situation, says Mr. Orr [ who. presumably, has ample t i records from which to draw his] i conclusions. The Sun. however, ' does not pretend to be informs 11 on the subject ma'tters quoted. ! H*,,e ;' done TODAY " ' FLOOR SANDER 1 Exper Wo,'k F;ne Paintine C. F. JOHNSTON , Whifo ,qMmnn \\;V,:, ' LARSEN'$ LUNCH "KITCHEN KLEEN" (;()OD EATS I:OUNTAIN SER\\;'ICE BUSINESS BEER THAN IN I35, SAYS ECONOMIST General business is still dec';ded- ly greater than it wa;, one )'ear ago, according to Dr. E. F. Drum- meir, agricultural economist at the State College of \\;Vashington. The latest available activity index of Business Week, show- inff conditions in early Marcia, was 99 compared with 80 a year earlier. The latest index of the New York Times was 90, com- Tmred with 80 for the same week last year. Both indexes had de- clined several points since Dec- ember 1938, which represented the culmination of about six months of rapid improvement. following a preceding period of rapid decline which began in the mid-summer of 1937. Early rep- resented the greatest business activity which has prevailed since the Big Depression began. Con- i ditions in early March this year represented a degree of activity about midway between early 1937, and the low point of June 1938 in the late recession. The prices of farm products in relation to commodities bougllt by farmers, as an average, in early 1939 were about the same as the average of the year 1938. Prices of both commddities bought and commodities sold by. farmers declined slightly during 193g. Automobile production is still 50 per cent Treater than it was a year ago. Residential con- struction is double and steel pro- duction nearly douMe the rate at that time. Ce, al and electric ower outlmt, railroad carload- iw-q. (tenartment store sales and ...t.her indicators are above the figures of a year ago by smaller percentages. Business analysts in general expect relatively stable condi- tions for the remainder of the year. There seems ,to be no ex- cessive inventories of industrial goods, no great threat of labor PAGE FIVE c00oss ro BE HELD iPRIL 23 I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I The retna= mee in 5 <,-", the,m=- .......... -- .......... - C,untv t hapter ot the Red (ro :,1 will be hehl in the basement ,,f t'he It. C. BRADLEY Methodist Church at \\;Vhitel ATTORNEY AT LAW Sahnon, April 10th at 7:30 p. m. ] 50c no host dinner will precede Suksdorf Bhlg. BINGEN, \\;VN. the business meeting" at which time Mrs. Breneman will give an interesting report of tim Pacific Area Institute held in Portland i Barber & Canfield a short time ago. Members fro visiting chapters will be present. Attorneys At Law Any Red Cross member is in- Odd Fellows Building vited to attend if they will make l reservations with Mrs. C. F. Bren- i W. Sahnon Phone 1212 eman not later than April 7th. strife, or other serious (lewes-] sing factors; and anticipated in- crease in building and some in- crease in govrenment expenditur- I es are expected to prevent any I serious relapse in activity for the] remainder of tiffs year. Neither[ is any great upward movement] expected. I i GARDNER'S SERVICE Funeral Directors MORTICIANS AMBULANCE SERVICE ttome Chapel Lady Embahner Fhone 392 White Sahnon Fishing Season Opens April 23 WE HAVE STATE AND COUNTY LICENSES F'IY POLES CASTING I)OLF. REELS AUTOMATIC R II;.I.S SPINNERS I.EAI) ERS BASS SPINNERS" BASS PIAJ(;S BASKETS I,EADER BOXES TACKLE FOR REGUI,AR SPORTSMEN WINCHESTER 22 SUPER SPEED SHELLS SHORTS -- LONGS  LONG RIFLE Bingen Drug Co. Phone 74X S.H. Reeves Mgr. Mail us your orders I ,, , Ne.rthwestern Lake district, visit- \\;VINE--BEER \\;  White Salmon . ] :' ed at the AI Hester home Sunday. 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