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March 26, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 11

Albany, Oregon
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THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1936 THE "ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, " ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE Look "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY took FOR RENT 3-ROOM DOWNSTAIRS NEW TODAY sold. Odd head rommon stren, One lot icood 683-lb. heifers 11.26. CuVi . FOR SALE BALED RED CLOVER HAY t2 ton. Phone ' JS-K-:t2. " Sill alWr. m26-28 FR SALE BLACKMARET WT. '1500 lbs. AUo weanling pigs 'and drill. Chris S. MilWr, Rt. 4, Albany Phone 9-F-2. m24-26-S SPECIAf. SALE ON USED RANGES Also rtduced prices on Drexsers. Tables, etc. Unfinished chair only 6!c. Albany Bargain House, 2nd and Baker. ni24-26 FOR SALE 65 EWES WITH I.AMHS. ' ' Netf.'Calawiiy, llrownaville. Oil-. m'J5-2T TO EXCHANGE FOR PORTLAND PROP-erty Fme' modern houw on unburn n tract of fine land in North Albany to x change for Portland residence. For ile -Nice 10 acres with 7 A In filberts together with Jhn Deere tractor harrows, plow, -tc, located in edge of Albany. Price for quick sale only $2500.04. A ttivat barvain, see this at once. Gaa Station Proposition Only $100 required as down payment, balance $10 per month pays for a Kas station on jiuod hiichway. Total price for the lot building and eas pump only $5iH. Tripp & Murphy. m26-tf FOR SALE 1 AY OLD COCKERELS. $1 per l0. Brian boxes. Oak Wood Poultry Pun, Tan went. Ore. Phone 6-K-3. m26-27 WRECKING 2 BIG SCHOOL M.DC.S. , Lumber i& 'ahd'!u. I'luiik, floor! nj;, siding, sheatiny 2x2. 2x6. 212 und 3x12. Caiinns &. mouldintpj. Bricks $4 per M. Pipe, xlasA, lath, dry wood cut to length. Salesman on job 4th & Madison St., Albany, Ore. ni26-a 1-S , HIIRUOYNE MOTOR CO., 127 E. 2ND offer -the folldwiriir bargains: iy0 Pontiac Sedan driven only 32,11)0 miles lUSy Ourant Si-dan. low mileatce. new paint ' 1928 Whippet Coupe, A-l condition , 1927 Chev, Coach, can't be beat 1929 Ford Roadster, snappy job 1929 Ford Truck, runs fine. Terms, Trade. ro26-S EA8TBUHN ft ROTH A U CT 1 0 N MKT. 1 Blff'Sal' Saturday,'- 11 a. m. ' 2 nood horwa, 4 head Rood cows, 2 heavy printr-er, ' heifers; cat vet , : (routs, pip,, ahoau, 1 sow and 7 pifin,' Thickens, farm machinery, plows,- harrow, WHon, woodnuw, Mnt.ll - tools, furniture, beds, dressers, chairs, tubles. Home Comfort niniie, over-Btuifed chair, 9x12 linoleum runs, rock-era, divhes, ' eookinjc utensiU, jam. spuds, corn, 'chop, applet! and lots of other merchandise. Brinx in wtiitl you have to ielK' Dan B. Roth, auctioneer.. m26-S Tangent Auto Camp and store for !, real money maker, must have $'.'00 cash. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phono 300 OT 31 ACRES ON HIGHWAY 2 miles North of Corvallh), a real bar gain at only $1400. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 THREE WEST ALBANY LOTS Three of the best lots in Albany with large chicken house and garage,- not far out ; worth $1000. will sell for $450. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 3o6 m25-tf TURKEY FRYERS, 18C tb. WHILE they last. Also colored springs. Shook Produce, Phone 666. m26-2i FOR SALE 6 G 1 LTS, 75-100 lS.; U feeder pigs 60-105 lbs. Hate Jakel. 2 mt. west of Shedd. m26-28 FOR SALE GOOD YOUNG TEAM geldings 6 and 7 yrs. old, wt. 3500. R, Comer, Conser Sta., Phone 3-F-22. ni26-28 HOT PRICES ON INCUBATORS. PLOWS cultivators, garden tools, trailers, ranges sewing maohines. -We trade. Manela's Wayside Store, Rt. 2, Albany, -Phone 8-F-U. m26 FOR RENT DWELLING HOUSE AND garden' spot 1 ml. from Shedd $3 iter mo. ' Victor Yates, Oakville, m26S FOR SALE NO. 1 VETCH HAY. $10 ton. O. C. Knrstens, Rt. 2. m2t AUCTION SAT. NEXT AT SUDTELL'S Auction Market, Albany, at 12:30 sharp. horses, 6 to 12 yr. old, wts. 1200 to 1600; 3 mares, 9 & 10 yr. old, wt. 1350 lbs.; black saddle horse yr. old, wt. 1200 lbs., all well broke, sound and no blemishes ; 3 fresh cows, calves, pigs, chickens, 500 day old chicks, B. Or,, R.I.R. W.L.. 500 3-day old cockerels: 2 walking plows, coil oil brooder, feed cutter, 16-ft. steel gate. No. 3 McCormick-Peering cream separator, cultivator, chop, corn. Chase organ, sewing machine, 7 beds A springs, 4 tables, 15 chairs, 4 rockers, library tables,' lawn mower, doors, windows, breakfast tables ft chairs. ire box, crocks, fruit jars, dishes, small tools and lots of goods not listed, consigned by parties who are moving. big Sale, bring in what you have to well. Lots or buyers. Hen T. Sudtell, auctioneer. m26-S FOR SALE 500 BLOODTESTED HOL- lywood Baby Chicks April 6. also TiOO on April 8, Uc each. Mrs. Ben Tharp langent. Ore. m26-27 FOR RENT GOOD HOUSE, GARAGE and garden Bpof'in Oakville neighbor hood, $5 per mo. Victor Yates, Oakville . m26-S TEACHER WANTED FOR CASH OLD OR WORTH-less horses and cows ; also dead animals If in good condition. Cale and Montgomery, Phone collect 33-F-12; Corvallis. t20-aI3 CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Daytd calves.-Ph. 14 F-14 Albany. Cecil Montgomery. ml4-tf Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS. Also Custom Hatching. ' Brewster's Hatchery. Crabtree, 1 Ore. m6-a6-S 12 For Sale-Used Cars SPRING CLEARANCE OF GOOD USED - CARS Priced from $33 to $732.60 1U.H3 Buick Sedan, -6 w. w. I'.t:i4 Chevrolet Sedan. 1930 Potitlac Sedan.. - , 1D31 Pontiac Sedan. 1929 Chevrolet Coach. 1930 Chevrolet Sedan. 1!I2K Nash Light 6 Sedan. 1924 Sludcba'ter Sedan, 1D26 Buick Sedan. See these at ' .ALBANY AUTO CO. Our Terms Ave Bight m24-26-S WILL SELL. OR TRADE EQUITY ON 3S Graham for '29 or '30 Ford, Chev. or Dodge. Low mileage, good condition; Ask for Cha. Buckle, 1025 E. 1st St. m24-26 13 For sale, Miscellaneous WANTED 2S OR 27 FORD. PREFER touring.-Inquire 128 W. 4th St.. W. H. Ridgewey. - m25 GARDEN TOOLS RAKES, HOES. spades, forks, garden cultivators, wlwvl barrows etc, pruning; tools of all kinds. Albany Bargain House 2nd and Baker. - ' m24-26 FERTILIZER Ford Ammonium- Sulphate for farm, gardens lawns, orchards,' etc. 10 lb. bags up. Alexander Motor Co. Your Ford Dealer. m24-26-S FOR SALE SEED S17.E KATAHDIN potatoes, $2.50; larger sited $3.00. Stored In Albarft Seed Company Whse. Paying $20 reclalned Victory oats; $21 Han. schen barley; 80c Zimmerman wheat, any locations. Wool, 30c; mohair, 35c ; $1.00 advance. Selling Blue Tug Grimm Alfnlfn, 27c i Growers' Certification. ' 24c. Whent straw, $5.00 (buying ; Belling Ladino clover. 85c: pasture alsike, 7c. Farmers Seed Acct., Phone 113 evenings, Brownsville. Ore, m24-2 Been here now ' NOT WE HAVE A BUYER FOR A HOOD House, clone in; around $41100. til ACRES, 5 room house, barn, lots of fiujt; a nice little place $1800. 100 ACRES, nearly all cultivated ; will trade for amiill place between Albany mid Portland. ' C. M. DOLLARHIDE CO. m24-tf , ALEXANDER FOR USED CARS '31 Ford Model A Sodnn, Rood shape throughout. 29d price. '2il Ford A Pick-up. completely overhauled. $185.00. . - '35 Ford A Tudor lots of service left in this car,. $165.00. 'JI Chev. Coupe. 70 per cent tirep, in fine shape mechanically, new pnint. Down lnyment $HB.00: Long- Wheel Rase Trucks '31 Ford AA L.W.IJ. Factory reconditioned motor. Ford V-ft IvW.n. Completely Kunr-anteed. : ALEXANDER MOTOR CO. 2nd and Lyon Albany Your Ford Dealer m 25-268 "'furnished apt. I.arge, well arranged. Alsa snftrruiwtalrs Apt. 2M4 Baker St. m242 FOR RENT MODERN APT., HEAT, elec. refrigerator. Call at 626 W. 3rd. Phone 24R. 11 - m! ELLSWORTH APTV. SEAT, OVER- stuffed furniture. Ph. 85. 80$ Ellsworth. 1 a-tf 33 Personal STOMACH ULCER. HAS PAINS, AND INDIGESTION victim., why .uffirT For quick relief net a free Kift packet of UdxA n doctor', prescription, at r'retl Daw.on's Druir Store. ml!4-a34 30 Miscellaneous Classified LAWN MOWEKS automatic machine. I'hone 3H1-J. ' 8IIAHFENED BY Warner Hardware. mlO-alD HONEY TO LOAN ON WELI..IMPROV ed farma. Low -rate interest. Wra. Baln. Albany. ' flO-tf TRUAX RADIO SERVICR NOW I.OCAT- ed around corner from Bank of Albany. Radios, telephones, motora and electrkal appliancea repaired. I'hone 29-F.4. f2-m28 HELP TUB NEEDT The Salvation Army needs fruits, vegetables, clothing .etc., to help needy people in 'emergency cases. Money, too. If you care to contribute. We have no telephone. but bring !n what you have to donat or drop as a card and we'll call for It. Capt. Bert Bailer. 40 East First St., Albany. TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS - Prtrea quoted below aro thosa prevailing at .11' o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and are subject, to flhmnga at any hour thereafter. ' ("' . LOCAC GRAIN " M. Senders a Co. WHKATt'Ko. 1' white, 80, red ' and mixed. 18c bushel.' " ' , BARLEY: Hansen, $21.00 ton. ' ' OATS: White. No. I, $19.00: gray No. 1, $24.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. HEATS (D, B. Nebergall Meat Co.) , . ' CATTLE Steers , Heifers Bulla Cows, beef Cows, euttera BOCS ,.14.0031.00 ., 8.004(5.00 ., 8.0O(((4.25 ., 8.0041 (.00 .. 160 to 160 pounds $ 8.75. 160 to 210 pounds v.SSft 10.25, 210 to 250 pounds 8.75011 0.75 250 to 360 pounds B.76r,l 0.00 S60 pounds up 7.00fti! 7.76 Sows 6.00rl 8.60 suiiKr Lambs , $7.60198.60 Ewes , ,. Yearlings 5.004j.00 . VEAL Live , , , Dressed i POULTRY (Swift a Company) No. 1 hens, ii to lbs No, 1 hens, over 6 lbs , No. 1 medium hens, over XVa lbs. No. 1 medium hens, under 3t lbs. Colored springs No. 1 broilers, IVi' to 8 lbs., .. .12 lie ...Ho ...16. ...He ...He ...17c ,,.16o Roosters Stan 7 Its EGGS : All Prlcea Art Delivered Albany . , Cases Kelvrnea Extras , 18a Standards Ida Extra medium 16c Standard mediums 12c Brown extras 18c Undcrgradcs , 12e, Pullets 12s Pea wees lOo VEAL Live Dessrd 13c UUTTERFAT A ft rude 30o II grade , 20c C grude , 27o BIIEEP Lambs $S.25liD.0O Portland Market Review Portland, Ore., Mnrch 26.Rutter and egg prlcea were .unrhanged today. Because of the deferred harvest of new crop Texas onions, local trade forced buy ing prices 10-I5C higher in sHts at country points but local trade is still congested with much No. g quolity. ' ' There is a temporary famine of Mex ican tomatoes here. Firm tone and higher prices rule for asparagus. Further advance In new potato prices is reported. Onion seta arc unusually low at $1.26- 1.75 cental. Halibut prices are down again. California peas are up 25c hamper. Lettuce and celery4 marketa are firm. PORTLAND LIVESTOCK Portland, Ore., March 26. Hogs: 600 Including 318 direct. Active. Fully steady. lop and bulk driveins $10.85, Few heav. ies 110-10.25. Light lights $10.25-10.60. Packing sows $8.50. Feeder pigs $10.26-10.75. Cuttle: 200, calves 60. Active. Mcl steady-strong. Home ahe slock 16-2BC higher. One lond fed steers nn- WILL TRADE 14 MO. OLD REG. JKR-, S ty bull, dark color, for hogs, prefer-ably brood sow that will farrow soon. Also want to buy 10 ton barley. State price and variety. Marvin Crawford. Sliedd. Ore. ' mieS-S-' SEXED PULLET CHICKS AT THE AR-nold Egg Ranch in Lebanon for $21 per 100. We guarantee 95 per cent accuracy. Sixteen years breeding and trapping Tur White Leghorns for Bin Type birds and heavy producers. Write or phone L. E. Arnold. Lebanon, Ore. Phone 1421. 1 For Sale Real Estate FOR SALE 27 A. RIVER BOTTOM land, 7 A. prunes, 4 A. alfalfa, good house and barn. Sl-j mi. from Corvallu, good road and electricity. $3000. Write F. I; Wade Sweet Home, Oregon. m26-27-S For Sale Houses FOR SALE MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE. Well built, good location. Ideal for elderly couple or small family Terms if desired. Address Box 4418, care Democrat -Herald. . c - - 'm23-25 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal FOR SALE MAPLE OK ASH CORD wood. $4 and $5 per cord delivered. Ed-holm Bros., Phone 9-F-23 or 603-R-3. m25-27 ANYBODY WISHING WOOD, SPRING delivery, see R. E. Stewart. 1152 W. 12th. m23-28 GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. DEL1V-ered in any length. Lester ChUcote, 1606 Santiam Rd. Phone 734-R. . j20-tf THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude WHirM,' 'irttone a-J.- 638 B. 6th St. . - mSO-tf Livestock DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charge anywhere. Phone collect 14-F-14, Albany. If no answer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. ml4-tf FOR 8ALE 2 BROOD SOWS BRED about 10 days. 50 per cent S Kitted Pol nnd China ; 1 Hampshire gilt. W, F. Crawford, Rt. 1, Shedd. m25-2Tt WANT TO BUY 2 MOTHER CATS WITH kittens to raise bnby foxes'. Phone 14-IM4. ' o m25-27 FOR SALE BAY MAKE. 10 YRS, OLD. Will take good row.' Paul Wennersten, Rt. 2, 1 mi. north of Knox Butte. m24-2C PATTER n"LL BE JUST A MATTER OF A FEW MINUTES NOW, AND I CAN GET THIS TO MOM ! WHEN I GET OUTTA HERE I'LL RUN RIGHT STRAIGHT.. I HE-BUT AFTER A WHILE FOLKS f Tuc CMrT( HUMPH- N fvES- HE'S A ( SEEMS BRIGHT THAT'S NATURAL OUEER .ONE- NO ENOUGH. BUT ENOUGH, BEING SSfJiT kS octucd . h . RELATED TO i FOUND OUT A FOR THIRTY VEARS NEVER SAVS WHERE HE CAME FROM- TOOK HIM granted and quit asking- PUBLIC AUCTION This farm ha bven sold and the undersigned must Eive posfifttsion, and will sell ut Auction on the farm on AlbanyCor vnllis paved hitrhwuy. opposite Children's Farm Home, on Tuesday, March 31, 1!3C, beyinninK at 10 a. m., the followinn : 6 horsesl black horse 12 yrs. old, wL 1800 lbs., 1 black mare 12 years old. wt. 1750 lbs; 1 black horse 9 yrs. old, t 1200 lbs.; X bay horse 7 yrs. old. wt. 1450; 1 bay mare In foal 12 yrs. old. wt. 1600 lbs; 1 bay horse 11 yrs. old, wt 1500 lbs. 17 cows 12 head of fresh and sprinpers. Guernseys and Jerseys. 3 head purebred Jerseys, heavy springers : 1 Holi-tein cow, and 1 2-yr. old Jersey bull. All T.B. and A.B. tested. 20 sheep 18 ewes with lambs; 2 bucks. 1 Hampshire boar 5 mo, old. 1 Chester white boar. Implements 3 sets of heavy breechine harness, S sets work harness. 6 collars. 1 3-sec. lever harrow, 1 8-ft. Superior single disc drill, tractor or horse; 2 14-in. steel beam walking plows. 1 6-ft. disc. 1 double disc plow, 2 wagons, 1 Advance 5-ft. mower, hay rake, 16-in. sulky plow, Chnttun fanning- mill. 1-horse cultivator, Mel lot t cream separator. ' hay rope, carpenter tool, chains, 6-horse teas engine, lots of tools not listed. Range, chairs, beds and furnishings for a 6-room house. Lunch served at noon. Make arrangements at your local bank or see clerk before sale date for terms. Tom Moore, owner, Roy Kastburn, clerk; Dan B. Roth, auctioneer. ' ni-6-S CLASSIFY SALESMKN WANTED MEN WANTED FOR R A W L E I G II Routes of 8U6 families. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and inrrensn rapidly. Write today. ' Raw-leigh, Dept. OKC-l-S. Oakland, Calif. m24 WANTED MAN FOR FARM WORK, with horses.' See mc or address Box 44M, Democrat -He raid. H. H. Watch-ford. Tangent, Ore. 11.26-27 FOR SALE OR RENT GOOD 6 ROOM house by owner. Fnny terms. " Call 'before 11 a. m. at 611 E. 8th St. w26-S I DIDN'T KNOW old of.CK boot HAD NIECE- HER NAME IS MvlNIE- SHE'S OLD JACK BOOT'S NIECE FRIENDS I'LL JUST LEAVE THE MOWEY HERE OW THE COUWTER WHERE Mr.! TWIDGE CANT HELP I NEVER " V KNEW HE ur. &kiv - ( RELATIVES AT ALL- J O. 7 & ' 1 f I , f")i5 I i ii -,1 ,rn y..,""... Mh : . MlSJWf" i I Jr i HI 1 rin me to 'itn . II . s HIGHEST QUALITY FRUIT ANO NUT -' trees,'' h'futw,' " rose tmMVesP snide ' trees'. Send for price list. -Settlemeier Bros. Nurseries. Rt. $. Albany nSl-tf 20 Help Wanted, Male WANTED EXPERIENCED SINGLE MAN " for -steady work on dairy farm; Must be good milker. Reference required. Hector MacPherson, Phone 33-K-2. Corvallis.. P. O. Ail-any, Rt. 3. m26-2t 23 Help, Male or Female ,: WANTEi EXPERIENCED MAN AND wife to work on farm, 'Separate house and garden spot. Steady work. Jess Safley. Tangent. Phone 41-F-34. m25-2-S 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTED A GOOD USED SINGLE DISC grain drill. 8 ft.' preferred ; also could use a good tandem tractor disc. C. H. Mur phy, care Tripp & Murphy. m24-26 WANT - TO BUY OK RENT SPINNING wheel to learn to spin. ' Mrs! 'Winona Agee, Rt. 2, Albany. m24- WOOL AND MOHAIR WANTED. CASH " advanced without ' interest, ' M. Senders A Co. mlO-at CASH FOR YOUR CAR. WARDEN'S CAR Market,' Phone 1331, Lebanon, Ore. ' m-a6 CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD. DENTAL ' crowns, bridges, fillings,' old jewelry, watch cases, etc.oF. M. French A Sou, Jewelers. dSOtf CASH PAID FOR USED FURN1TURR, etc. "Look In your attic ' Chaa. Rohr- bough a Son, 416 W. First St, jl-tf OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at Damson's Drua Store. viarltf 17 For Rent, Farms FOR RENT 2 ACHES WITH BUILD-' ingn and fruit, 6 ml; east Albany on Lebanon market road So. of Price Rehool. Manno Erb, Rt. 1; Albany. M24-2H 15 For Rent, Houses, Apts. FOR RENT MODERN APT. OVER Clifford Studio. Inquire at Studio., " - m26-2" FOR RENT 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, garage and gardeiu Call at, 618 W. 4th for Information. m24-26 By HAROLD GRAY Well, that girl seems the same sort-wonder whose room miss' ' strick will assign hep to- FOR Thompson and Coll THOR5TEN ( RUM UP THE , WHITE FLAS BEFORE WE'RB SUKJK, j BY BLOSSER BY HAMLIN ft J3Cc Ler Little Orphan Annie And Other Comics ter-common heifers $8.75-1. Low cutter-cutter cow. $2. 75-4. at. Common-mediuhl cows $4. 75-5.50. Good beef COwa to -S&.8St Hulls Ua.V5.75. Vealers f8.5q-t.5Q,,,- Sheet,: 300. Active.' Kut lamb.' 15-2Sc hiirher. Othvr eliu. .tsndv. . fin. . In.d ciftice 99-lb. fed lambs $10.50 (new high for season.) Choice 120 lb. trucked In lambs up to $10. Cood 120 lb. yearlings $X. Choice light ewes quotable to $6. THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE The following prices were named to Be effective today: ' . ' Butter : Cube extras, 30c : standards 29c : prime fintu 20Mic: firsts 29c lb. '' Cheeae: Oregon triplets, 16e I loaf 17c. Hrokera will pay ty cent below quotations. Kxgs : Produce Exchange quotations between dealers: Extra large 18c startdarde lagre l'c: extras medium 17c i standards meeting 16c dozen. Jobbing prlcea 2 cents higher. , . PORTLAND WHOLESALE PRICES These are the prices retailers paywhrjle-sslers. except where otherwise ttardY Buttr: Prtnta A grade. 82c lb. ln: parchment wrapper 33c in carton l B grade, parchment wrapper 81c: cartons S2c lb,"'. Iluttcrfat: Portland delivery: A grade, delivered at least twice weekly; 8234c lb; ; country routes 30f,(33c; B grsde, 80(31c; C grade at market. ):r ,: B Grade Cream for Market: Buying price, bYittetVit basis GSUjC lb. . , ' Cheese: Selling price to Portland retail, era: Tillamook triplets 21c! local 22e lb, Tillamook selling price to wholesalers: Triplets I9c: loaf 20e lb. . , .-. Kggs: Buying price of wholesalers; Ex-trsa 18c: standards I6c ; -extra mediums 16c: do medium firsts 15c; undergrade 13c: pullets 1.1c doxen. - Milk: A grade. Portland deliver. fiUe. Ib. butterfat basla for 4 per cent. ..... .ive Poultry: Portland delivery hu.ln prlcei Colored hens, over tlt lba. 17SJ18c: under 4W, lbs.. I8(,i l9c; leghorn hens, oVer 3'i lbs., 15HH6c; under UH lbs. 'lOflf 16c : irgnorn Droller.. V to 2 lbs., 17M18c; springs, 2 lbs. and up. lOrtrgOc: ealored springs, lbs. and up. 10IU20C: roosters nfti.Oe; pekln ducka young, 144'l7c ; geese Uflil2c lb. ., , , ,,. Live Poultry: Selling price b whole. salers: Light hens 14c; medium hens 16Vjc; -uivreu ,nens lac ; oroilers 2UZlc; springa iv'H.uc; pesin ducks, young. 17c: do eoU ored 10f,il3c; capons over 1. lbs.. 2426c ,u. guinea nens ooc each. ' ' ,f Turkeys: Dressed selling nrlca to ... toilers: No. lhens, 23c;.toma 22$,22c lb lurney: ureasea, buying . prlcei , New crop hens, No. 1, 22c lb. FRESH FRUIT ' " . Apples : Delicious, extra fancy 11.70 ; do fancy, $1.45. Newtowns, extra fancy, $1.70; do fancy $1.45; do face and fill, fancy, 95c; do face and fill choice, 76e. 8pltaen-berg. extra fancy 41.60; do combination. $1.35. Rome Beauty, Jumble, 2VjO lb. Wlnesapa extra, fancy $1.65; do fancy $1.. 40; so jumoio extra xancy Se lb. Bananas: Hunch 6c: hands SUcTac Ih Pears:. D'AnJou extra fancy $1.36 1. do folcy $1.15: Boac combination face and fill 0o box. . , ;., .. ... Oranges t California navels fancy $3.20 1 choice $2.754(2.86 ; standard. $2.65 esse. Grapefruit: Arlsona $1.8041.2.40 else; Florida 44.0004.26 case. .... , ... ., .,. .. Lemons; California fancy I5.00O9.7S; choice $0.00i'6.25 ease. . . . . , ; FRESH VEGETABLES Potatoes: Local $1.60; Klamath 11.69 ; Schappoose netted gems $1.60; Deschutes netted gems $1.66 cental. , ,.; . Celery i California, 2.60(f2.60 crate. Peas: California. $4ir4.76. ...-;'' Spinach: The Dalles 76cf,(1.0O box Walla Walla OOctrUl.OO: locaU5tt86c box! Onions: Oregon, I1.00(,(1.1J per 100 lbs. Tomatoes: Mexican, $4.60 lug repacked, packed. . . . . . Lettuco : Arixona $2.76i3.00 ; Imperial t2.SHts.1S crate. .?,, Rhubarb: Hothouse, extra fancy $1.15; fancy $1.10; choice 90o per 16-ib. hx.u . . Cucumbers: Local, hot house 86oB$1.35 dozen. . . ... r Sweet Polatoea: California, $1.90 per 60. lb. crale; southern yams $1.90 per 'era te. Cauliflower! Local, No. 1, 8000o 'rate; do No. 2, 40(li.50o crate; Rostburg 65f(i90o crate; California $l.00(M.25 crate. New Potatoes : Florida $2.60r2.T crate : Hawaiian $2,606(2.06 per 60-lb. box. AsnarnKual California 8J)10c lb.! MEATS AND PROVISIONS Country Meats: Soiling prlco to retail-ers: Country killed hogs, best butchers, under 100 lbs., lliirutijc: vealers, No., 1, l!t-(,(.I6c; light and thin 8MI2c; heavy 8 felOc; cutter cows, Jysc; lambs 16l7c' ewes 6'(I0o lb. ; Hums: 29',r 30"it lb. ; plonlc 2l22c lb. Bacon: 26260 lb. HOPS AND WOOL Hops: Nominal: 1935 clusters 7fie lb. Wool: 1936 contracta, nominal; Willamette valley, medium, SOc ; coarse and hrald 28e ; eastern Oregon 25280 lb. ; southern Idaho 80Si 32 (So lb. Blackcaps Due for Increase at Lacomb Lacomb. (Special) About 35 acres of blackcap raspberries are being set this sprint; in addition to the large acreage now bearing in this district. Among those setting are, George Burford, on the John Swink farm, 10 acres; FerUiie Cooper, 7 acres; Dan, Sturgls, J. W. Cox, A. A. Ayers, L. N. Harrison, A. L, Downing, W. E.' Downing, Carp Edwards and E. K. Raines two or more acres each. A. L, Downing is also setting out Young-berries. FUNERAL DIRECTORS PORTMHXER FUNERAL HOME Dav or Night phone: 447-1 INSURANCE - OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Establish ed 1111 WM. BAIN, INSURANCE. M04y r- to loan, farm security. PRODUCI SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS IN the market for eggs, poultry, teal ana cream. - i SHOE REPAIROfO MtfSGRAVE'S SHOE SHOP, 1M Lyon. Motto, (duality and SsrvVa). WASHINO MACHINaUl OTTO KOOS, AMES HDW8 Maytag, Easy, Thor WaiMrt,-' VVELD1NO - BICsBaaTraaaW SNYDER tt SON - BEAR ALIUH- ing frames, axles straightened. uWELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINnyLA SON Well DrillerVl i "We solicit your mquliiaa" : - " Eugeoa, Oretoa THE WHITE FLAG MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse By tJMPmTTM'3 'TEMITeRS -JACK I ARE VOu)1' ,,D y-JUPITERf WHAT T A'S JACK-ARMED VESSEL WAS I 1 MUGT? f TUAT 4.UOT . BV TWE WONOBABLE AMCETORS-TWE SHIP FLIES THE U BAM I AM PLA3 1 RED HANDED .... INIO IHt. ARMS OF THE law WA COIN AS OLD AS THAT CML WAR FIFTY- 1 CENl piece: IS VAL- 1 UABLE .... I HATE To I LET rT GO-BUT THIS M IS AN EMERGENCYJ 1 I ft : ALBANY BUSINESS DIRECTORY The merchants and professional people listed on this page are known as Albany's most reliable business men and women. Call on them today. Please mention that you saw their ad. In die Democrat-Herald. FRECKLES AND HIS HERE ITIS.-IHAWK HEyEfJ...THE 'SAME MEDICINE MOM j in ocrAnc ALLEY OOR R 7rr All. SEEING IT.' "iiOKE RESCUE VORK COnNG UP' v ' r i . .... r i - - ... . tmJV . .! M ' J 1 ATTORNEYS' MARKS & McMAHAN ' 'Attorneys at Law ' 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 299 WEATHERPORD WYATT 122 W. First - Phone 19 " AUTO FREIGHT ' SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., rnone nil. AUTO KEfAUUNa T. E. HULERVS AT KELLY'S Garage. Towing & Wrecker, ph 80 BEAUTY SALONS MILDRED'S BEAUTY SALON 329 W. 1st Phone 458J CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 409 W. First -v V ' .Phone 7.'" .. " nLM SERVICE 1JRL Y VjuO STORE flCOB f" - owaltjhl tarn ferricfC " kAAAA. V WIZERISA-, fl 3 GITTIN' - y--- TrJ C t O rL . .... ' m v ' :- ' m -' '"'- ' ' V o

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