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Centralia Chronicle Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 12, 1935, Centralia, Washington ftr til tht Xewi aft DM time read THE DAILY CHRONICLE Delivered to your homt tor 15o per by Mil 25c per inonth. HUM 600, Centralia Chronicle Advertiser 'NUMBER los CONTAINS ONLY A PORTION OF THE NEWS AND ADVERTISING OP; THE CENTRALIA DAILY CHRONICLE CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1933 U it's a Good Rargain you'll find It In tlie "Advertiser" Heckscher Sees Granddaughter Wed New wheat contracts will be ready: lor producer's signatures sometime late in July or early Aug- ust, according to word received by F. D. Yeager, Lewis county agent. A proclamation by Secretary Wallace today established, the min- imum 1935 wheat adjustment pay- ments of at least 33 cents a bush- el, compared to the 1931 minimum of 29 cents, according to an Asso- ciated Press dispatch to the Daily Chronicle from Washington, D. C. Payments for both years, the AAA said, are subject' to slight. deductions for country administra- tion costs. Chester C. Davis, AAA adminis- trator, said the increase of four cents a bushel for the 1935 allot- ments represents additional in- come to co-operating wKeab pro- ducers of approximately Under the new schedules, Davis asserted, producers will receive ad- justment payments of at least on the 1935 crop in- stead of on the 29-cent basis. No change was made in the pro- cessing tax rate of 30 cents a bushel. The AAA said the additional adjustment payments were made possible by reserves accumulated from the tax on wheat produced by farmers not under allotment contracts. The increased payment, It was said, will not result.in any deficit in the wheat budget, since available. funds are' sufficient to cover the increase. The first installment, payable as goon as compliance with contracts is checked, -will be at the rate of 20 cents a bushel, and the finl payment will be made when local administrative costs for the fiscal in one of Ihs most picturesque country weddings ot the year, Nancy Heckscuer bncame the bride of Theodore H. Price, Jr., at Latting- town L 1 She's shown entering the church on the arm of her staielj philanthropist grandfather, August Heckscher, who gave her away. year 1935-1936 have been determ- ined and deductions made. Officials said the second install- ment may be increased above 13 cents if the difference between the average farm price and the wheat parity price for the current mar- keting year is more than 33 cents a bushel. Officials emphasized that this payment on the 1935 group would have no connection with new four- year contracts now being prepared. Adjustment payments for 1933 were established at 28 cents a bushel and increased last year to 28 cents. Auditing of compliance reports, necessary before the final 1934 and first 1935 payments can be will begin next week, Payments by states on a 33-cent basis were estimated as follows: California, Idaho, Montana, Ore- gon, Utah, Washington, MID-SEASON SPECIAL Kroehler Guaranteed Construction, 2 Lovely Pieces for only 49 A sensation at this price. Style is new, quality is high and price is low. What more could you ask? You owe it to yourself to see this vaJue. DROP TAKEN BY BUJJER WASHINGTON STATE COL- LEGE, Pullman, but- ter markets, excepu; Ipr an early display of firmness at Neto York, ruled easy to weak after the mid- dle of June, according to ths weekly review of markets issued through the agricultural extension service. Storage stocks are mount- ing rapidly and reports suggest excellent prospects for continued liberal production. Pastures are re- ported good to excellent. A nota- ble change In the evaporated milk situation is found in the heavy June increase of stocks held by manufacturers as compared with May holdings. June stocks are the heaviest for that date since 1931. The increasa during May this year was the largest monthly Increase ever recorded for any month. Prices to producers for milk delivered to the. factories in May averaged per 100 pounds, compared with in April, and in May, 1934. The stocks of eggs in cold stor- age continues exceptionally light, but the failure of egg production to follow the usual sharp seasonal decrease has lessened the demand for storage packed eggs. At the same time a sharp gain in output of young chicks suggests an in- crease in .laying flocks next' lall and possibly a fairly heavy lay of '.winter eggs. Prices have shown little net change during the past month. Washington Iceberg lettuce was in light supply on the New Yorfc market in late June and good lots ranged from to per crate. The first peas from the Northwest arrived, in New York the last week of June. A few carloads from Oregon were selling at to a car from Idaho at per hamper, and two or three lots mixed, cars froiri Washington packed in "30-pound crates brought Northwestern boxed apples showed little price change, extra fancy Wlnesaps sell- ing mostly to a box Extra fancy Newtowns from Ore- gon sold at to Deaf Hear Spoken Word of God This Handsome Bed Room Suite, 3 Pieces for only Truly a beauty in style and the prize value of the year. A complete bed room ensem- ble finished in beautiful wal- nut veneers and consists of bed, vanity and chest of drawers. BERRY SEASON ENDS The strawberry .--cason, except for picking. Is finished. Thi; Biiker-Kclly and Mti.aughlin pack- ing plains at Rochester and Hie Grant! Mound plant closed Satur- day nistu. and workmen today '.verc layins a'.vay machinery for phones, installed In the pews of the Church ot Precious Blood. Los Angeles, give members of the congregation opportunity Lo hear As a further aid. a lighting system illuminates the Icutu .Rev. Geoige W. Puu.'ich. helping lip renders. tin; Grange. We have our fire insurance, unto insurance, liic In- sut'ilice. over GO coop yas stations and our latest coop i.s a flour mill, "The cooperative activities of the Grange In this state in 1034 .saved over to its members, ac- cording to our records." I vo trophies are to be offercdj attending the national j iije convrnl.ion in Sicramen 1 Novi'inher, according to an Krinenl made by Roy Clai aper of tlie Sacramento con- lion bureau. the recent announce- nl, I'.-iit si special trophy would offered OranRes sending tin itest average number ot candi- 1 tes to Sacramento for the 7th let, said Clair, "we received so n ly requests from dist'int f iiues that we have decided lo ff r another cup, this one to be n the basis ot mileage For the Grange anywhere in the United States showing the greatest t t 1 mileage, that is. the num- ber of members attending multi- I h d by the distance traveled, we will cive a special cup presented, by one ol the ore iniwilions of t is city We hope it Is won by some Grange In Maine." L. J. Tuber. National Grange master, has reported two train loads of delegates already signed lor the Orange special tour start- ing from Boston, Massachusetts. Corning as it does, just before- the campaign year of 1936, Mr. Taber believes this session of the National Grange will set the pro- gram for agriculture for both poli- tical parties. Sure Way to Get Back Pep Say Many Thousands Today Former sufferers who have S.L.K. Formula are en- thusiastic about its wonderful re- sults. II has brought relief to many and is row obtainable thru the Riddell Drug Store.. C. E. Jeffries, sales- man, says: "The relief this mecli- cint- has uiven me. is wonderful. I no longer have gapsy sour stom- ach; and whereas I formerly lived on a liquid dirt, I now enjoy u wide selection of foods." The u.se of William.1, S.L.K. For- mula is recommended in cases of Indigestion iwith gas and atonic dyspepsia, constipation, sick headache, loss of weight and ap- petite, and other conditions in. which the use of a stomachr, tonic, and laxative is indicated. Get your bottle of Williams S.L.K. Formula today from the Riddell Drug While the Grange is the oldest farm organization in the world] d is well known in western; Washington, few people are fol- lowing the recent developments of the Orange in this state. Ac- cording to the records of Fred W. Lewis, state secrteary, there are members in the slate. of them on the east side of the mountains. The five counties of Yakima, Whitman, Spokane, Lincoln and Stlktens have, over, 400 more mem- bers than ill the 19 counties of western Washington. "In the past two years over 12.- 000 people have joined the Grange in this Lewis says. "One of the reasons for this gain is tlie many cooperatives sponsored by RIDDELL DRUG A Lovely 8 Piece Dining Room Set for only '49" Includes table, buffet, host chair and S chairs. All hardwood con- struction overlaid with beautiful walnut veneers, Built to Insl a. life- time. A small down payment will secure any of these groups for you and the balance on easy weekly or monthly payments, Charlet's Furniture Co. "Quality Furniture for Leu" Honestly, you'll be thrilled when you see this new Magic Chef gas range. Modern? Yes, truly modern, yet in keeping with the good taste which characterizes the design of all Magic Chef gas ranges. Its gleaming chrome finish tubular steel frame, and lustrous porcelain enamel finish add to the beauty of any kitchen, and harmonize with any decorative scheme. And it has marvelous automatic features to save you work release you from cooking carca. Let us install this beautiful Magic Chef In your kitchen now! ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD RANGE A Small Down on Convenient Terms Cook with GAS modern hel for SPEED EFFICIENCY ECONOMY 211A N. Tower titanic co. Phone 228 "Hilt eautpment brpurchntd under FHA PUn with thrtc year; )n pay. 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