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April 1, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

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. fwr AklANY DEMOf IfAT-U E R ALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE ft;; WEDNESDAY, APRIL" 1 ,1936 lilf JU 1 1 1 IHWWWWIgW!!!!!!! CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. 14- The Democral-Herald Classified Rates. U uratli! 27c C tirade .. oc BMKKr Lambs $8.25(0.00 Portland Market R- PortlancT Ore.; April l.-Uutter and eK price, were unchantcd today. A i ... i w,nn I. rll F-14 Albany. Cecil Moi.tuun.vry. ml 1-1 f 13 For sale, Mi&celane(ys WANTED WOL St MOHAIR Cash advanced 011 contract. No interest charmd. We always pay mnrket price. See us before you sell. SAM FKAGKR Albany Bargain House, Cor. 2nd & linker. mliS-aSS WRECKING 2 H1G SCHOOL RLDGS. Lumber J5 and up. Planks, flooring. sidinK, sheet in if 2x2, 2x6. 212 ytixlS and 3x12. Casings & mouMintrs. Bricks $4 iht M. Pipe, pluss, lath, dry wood cut 10 length. Salesman on job 4th & Mad ison St., Albany. Ore. 1 m2ti-a 1-S HIGHEST QUALITY FRUIT ANH NUT trees, Kbrubs, rose bushes, shade trees. Hi:d fur price list. Sctllemcier Bros. Numeric. Rt. 3, Albany. . n21-t( 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous PAYING CASH WOOL, 30c; MOHAIR, 4tc ; Zimmerman wheat, 85c : any locutions. Selling Katahdin seed potatoes. 2y nnd 3c. Phone 113, rurmers Seed Acct Brownsville, Ore. m31-a2 OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at rson'a Drug Store. marltf ADS MO KB THAN TWO LINES 1 linw'. per M'ord . '. .'.lie 3 consecutive. tinun. per woru .... iv K ions i-utive time, per word Month, consecutive time. per word Sue READERS Count five average' word to line. S-t in caps douLW cuum. P-r line, first insertion, 20c ; per line each additional insertion. 15c. Card of Thanks, 50c. COPY DEADLINES - Clasrlfied eouy must be In office before 11 :00 o'clock on day of publication. Copy for Thursday must be in before 9 :O0 a. m. for classified pane. ROOSTERS FOR SALE AT THE A UN-old Etfis Rranch every . Thinn. 1 .00 per 100. Also tt few hundred chicks for the Inst of April and Bronze 1011 Its any week in June. L. R. Arnold, Lebanon, Ore-Phone 1421.- mSl-al FOR SALE WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS. Also Custom Hatching, Brewster's Hatchery, Crabtree, Ore. - m6-a6-S 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. DKLIV-ered in any lentil h. Lester Chilcote, 1606 Santium Rd. Phone 734-K. j-O-tf THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wriirht, phone 266-J. 6:18 E. 6th St. mi!0-tf Livestock FOR SALE 35 EWES AND LAMBS. AL- fred Clemens, Rt. 3, Albany, Ore. hai-ul FOR SALEMIXED JERSEY & GUEKN-sey bull, 1 yr. old. C. B. Roth, Phone 2S-F-4. . mJl-nl!" SHEEP TO TRADE FOR 1600 Lit. MARE ' or will iHiy cash. Freeman Morton, Rt. 1, Lebanon Oregon. . , t m30-al NOTICE CALE & MONTGOMERY, WHO are I'dverliriing in this pnper for worthless horses and cows, are in no way connected with my place. Cecil Montgom-ery. m26-a26 DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of chance anywhere. Phone collect 14-F-14, Albany. If no answer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. ml4-tf WANTED FOR CASH OLD OR WORTH-less horses and cows; also dead animals if in good condition. Cale and Montgomery, l'hone collect 33-F-12, Corvallis. m20-al3 i ' j 1 I WOOL AND MOHAIR WANTED. CASH j PA1NTINO, WALL PAPEII1NU, 1NTER-ndvunccd without interest. M. Senders lor deeornlinir that's different. Phone i'l & Co. , mlO-al or S13-L. Wilbur Dawson & Claire Snydrr. - I m;io-tf TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Prtrti quoted bi-luw art' no? pr vailinv at II o'clock a. m. on ta ot .itiiiiation. and an iiihiect to chang l any hour ihereatiet LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders & Co. WHEAT: No. ,1 white. 77c ; ml and mixed, "fie bushel. BARLEY: Hansen, $21.00 ton. Outs: While, No. 1. $18.50; may No. 1, $24.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound 30t Mohair, per pound- '..40c MEATS (0. E. Nebergall Meat Co.) CATTLE Steers $4.0006.00 Heifers ..... 3.004(5.00 Bulls 3.00((t4.25 Cows, beef 3.00o4.0o Cows, cutters 1.004,12.50 HOGS 150 to 160 pounds $ 8.75 160 to 210 pounds 9.25ft 10.25 210 to 250 pounds 8.75ftr. 9.76 250 to 350 pounds 8.75(ir. 0.00 3.10 pounds ui T.OOfti! 7.75 Sows 6.0041' 6.50 SHhEP Lambs : $7.50j(8.50 Ewes .. 2.0048.00 Yearlings 6.00((l . 00 Live .... Dressed . . I'jC 12 Vic POULTRY (Swift 4k Company) No. 1 hens. iVj to 6 lbs No. 1 hens, over 6 lbs No. 1 medium hens, over 3'j lbs. ... No. 1 medium hens, under SVj lbs. ... Colored springs No. 1 broilers, 1 Vi to 2 lb Kousters Stags EGGS All Price, Are Delivered Albany Caaoa Returne. Extras ; Standards Extra medium Standard medium .' Brown vxtrns .I7r .17c .15r ,15c .17c .16c .7c 10c 180 17o 16c 13c 18c Dirty extras '..17c Undergrades 13c Pulleta 12c Pee wee. ,.10e VEAL Live 8c Diesscd '. .' IQVjC HUTTF.RFAT A grade ,28c Bv HAROLD GRAY BY BLOSSER HE'LL HAVE A FAIR TRIAL ! CLASS-MUTTS ulers, except where otherwiH ,Utd: Butter: Print,, A grade, sic lb. In parch- ment wrapper, in carton ; B grade, parchment wrapper 30c; carton, 31e lb. I 0 Grade Cream for Market; Buying '"r" - "' -m . ,, rK,ESH, V,l!I"'-E8,h ' ,' ' , ,''"'" ' ' 2-lfil ScapHjoe netted Hems $1.60; Ues. chut t8 ncltpil Kenia fi.WGt 2.15. Celery: California, $2,5012.80 crate.. Pcan: California. H'a-t.76. Spinach: The Daltca $1.25; Walt Walla $1.00,1.10 box. Onioni: OreBon. Jl.00Wl.2B pcV 100 Ibt. Tomatoes: Mexican, $4.60 lug repacked, packed. " Lettuce: Arlxona $2.251,2.76 : Imperial 1.76ft i ..,5. crate. Rhubarb; Hothouse, extra fancy $1.30; fancy $1.20: choice 76c per 16-lb. box. Cucumbers: Local, hot house 85c$1.35 doun. . ' New Potatoes; Florida $2.75 crate; Ha waiian $2.60 per 50-lb. box. Cauliflower: Roseburs $1.35 crate; Cal ifornia $1.00(i l.25 crate. Asparajius: California $2.76 pyrnmid. MEATS AND PROVISIONS Country Meats: Selling price to rtUil- crs: Country killed hogs, best butchers, undvr 160 lbs., H6(H'-ic; vealers. No. 1, MS(15c; light and thin lOfilSc; heavy BtfrtZc; cutter cows, ftlluc; lambs 18e; ewes 6Ht0c lb. ' ' Haroa: 21Kjt30'.ac lb.; picnic 21&22c lb, Ilucon: 2Cf(.itfil!C lb. HOPS AND WOOL Hops: Nominal; 1936 clusters 7$i9c lb. Wool : 1930 contracts, nominal ; Wlllam-etto vnlley, medium, 80c; coarao and braid 28c: eantern Orexon 261128c lb.; southern lilnho 3fif32'c lb. NOTICE OF FINAL . SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as the Administrator of the Estate of Sarah Jane Hollo-way, deceased, has filed . in the County Court of Linn County, Ore gon, nis inai . Account as such Administrator, and that the said Court has appointed Saturday, the 18th day of April, 1936, at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the forenoon of said day as the time and the County Court Room at Albany, Oregon, as the place for hearing of said Final Account and the settle ment of said state. Any and all persons having ob jections to said Final Account are hereby notified to present same at said time and place and then and there make such objections. ' PAUL JANSEN, . . Administrator of said estate of said deceased. GEO. W. WRIGHT, i Attorney for Admr. ' I Mar 11 18 25 Apr 1 8 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a mortgage foreclosure execution issued by the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Linn County in Suit "No. 17147, The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation, Plaintiff,: and Wilbur B. Storer, Walter P. Storer, et. al, Defendants," therein pending, and to me directed, I shall, on the 18th day of April, 1936, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon thereof, at the front rjopr of the County Court House at Al bany, Oregon, sell at public auction, for cash,- all right, title and Interest "had" and' possessed ""by said Defendants, or any of them, on or since the date of execution of the Plaintiff's mortgage, in and to the following described real property, to-wlt: That portion of the John Smith and wife Donation Land Claim No. 47 lying within Sections 20 and 29 in Township 12 South Range 4 West of the Willamette Meridian described as follows: i j Beginning at a point in the North line of Said Claim 29.60 chains East of the center Muddy Creek; thence South 2"30' West 10.26 chains; thence West 30.96 chains to the center of Muddy Creek; thence North 10 East down the center of suid Muddy Creek 10.42 chains to the North line of said Claim No. 47; thence East on said North line 28.60 chains to the place of beginning, Also, r . ' Beginning, 10 chains South of the Northeast corner of said Claim No. 47; thence West 14.53 chains more or less to the East lino of the lands for-, mcrlv owned by Martha Mor gan; thence North 9.30 chains more or less to the center of Muddy Creek; thence in the Northerly direction down the center of Baid creek to the West boundary line of the John Wil--son and wife Donation Land Claim No. 60; thnce South on West line of said claim to the place of beginning; i Also, All that part of the West half of the Thomas Cannon and wife Donation Land Claim No. 48, lying within said Section 19 Township 12 South of Rango 4 West of the Willamette Meridian that lies West of tho County Road; Also, All lots 2, 3 and 10 in Section 19, Township 12 South, Range 4 West of the Willamette Meridian; The land hereby conveyed containing in the aggregate 165.44 acres, more or less. Also including herein all lands adjacent to the above which have been acquired by grantors by accretion. i" HEPSERT SHELTON Sheriff of Linn County, . Oregon PHILIP HAMMOND, 310 Guaranty Trust Co., Bldg., Portland, Oregon. : ; Attorney for Plaintiff. . - March 18 25 At g 18. 1 NEW TODAY "GOOD USED CARS" WE HAVE 'EM 11)L'9 Chevrolet Coach q 10ai) Chevrolet Sedan 7 Ili3 Chevrolet Sedan 1U34 Chevrolet Soilun 19:13 Plymouth Sedan 1930 Pontine Sedan IVi't Buick Std. Sedan j W9 and 30 Ford J ALBANY AUTO CO. Uuick Chevrolet ... al-3-S FOR RENT FURN. 4-ROOM APT. PRl-vate bath. '04 Thurston, Albany. Ore. al-3 FOR SALE YOUNGI1ERRY PLANTS. $16 per M. No. Sanderson UridKC. W. E. WaUon, Scio, Rt. 3. nl OUTSTANDING FARM BUY 171 ACRES ' 1 mile from town lfirj acres cultivated, fair -farm bldtrs. Price $8500.00 can buy thii farm on easy payments at 3f-j per cent. Trade Portland House for Albany. ... Loam On Farms. , C. M- DOLLARHJDE CO. mJU-tf 2 YOUNG HEAVY WORK TEAMS FOR ' sale or trade for Block. Springers cows and heifers and beef wanted. Walt kelson, Albany. al-3 FACTORY HORSE COLLAR SALE Discontinued numbers, broken lines, all sizes, kinds. Sale ends April 4. STERNBERG'S FACTORY,' Albnny. m27-SU-S FOR SALE ELECTRIC MOTOR, Vs -horse, nearly new. Used Buttery sets cheap. Radio Sales & Service, 111 Lyon St., Albany. Ore. al-3 ' ALEXANDER FOR USED CARS Renett and Guaranteed '31 Ford Model A Sports Roadster. This car has had exceptional care. 70 per cent tires. Khaki top, genuine leather upholstery, rumble seat. Down payment 195.00. '31 Chev.' Cpupe, motor A-l, Kood tlreu, new paint, clean throughout, low down .payment. '31 Ford Model A Sedan. Here Is a dundy. See this one before you buy. '2!t Ford Model A pick-up, completely overhauled. Chrysler Coupe, every thins in fine shape. '31 -to '33 Lonjt Wheel Base Trucks, ready to go, truurantecd. ALEXANDER MOTOR CO. 2nd and Lyon Sts. Albany, Ore. Your Ford Dealer' ' al-2-S FOR SALE 500 NEW HAMPSHIRE RED baby chicks, delivery Apr. 23. Pacific Hatchery, Tangent, Ore. Phone 60I-J-1. al FRECKLES AND HIS ALLEY OOP " " T .,,1 I I TrlP J-1LL1C j. . Orphan Annie ' f -! MYRA NORTH, Special j TWAT MAN HA3 ' -Vr-, FACIJLTV FOR MYRA UP EVEEVVVMEBE RECOOKIIZES '.OOR Jl.Er, NEVff-,!ADA TV MY POOR A. OF jfj A BOY.' WHATS j ja(v1 i HAPPENED r GUE'SS) FOR RENT MODERN APT., HEAT, elec. refricerator. Call at 6-6 W. 3rd. Phone m!4-tf ELLSWORTH AP atui'fed lurniture. fl HEAT. OVER-, Ph. Jft b Ellsworth 33 Personal STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS. AND INDIGESTION victims, why 0'rir7 'or quick jelief net a free ift packet of Udna. a doctor's prescription, at Fred Dawson's Drujr Store. 0 m24-a24 20 Help Wanted, Male WANTED MAKUIKli MAN EXl'KKI-vncd dniryniKn, non-mnokcr preftTrfd. L. C. Williamson. Carvalli,, Rl. 1. Rrl- 35 Salesmen Wanted WANTKU KXI'KKIKNt'KU RETAIL Krocery salesman, well qualified att show card writer and siitn iwlnter. particulars reira.rdinir qualifications in application. Address Box 1648, care Demoerat-Herald. mSl-rt; 22 Situations Wanted FORD EQUITY $200 FOR SALE CHEAP. Walt, Shoe Shop. 1M7 Lyon St. m'-IR-nll 30 Miscellaneous Classified LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED 1IY automatic machine. Warner Hardware. Phono 331-J. mlO-alO MONEY TO LOAN ON WELL-IMPROV-ed farms. Low rate interest. Wm. Bain. Albany. flO-tf HELP THE NEEDT ' The 8aW.tion Army needs fruits, vege-ables, 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 don,U or drop as a card and we'll call for it Capt. Bert Bailey. 840 East First St.. Albany. HIGH WATER IS BLESSING Yakima, Wash. Flood water usually is a menace, but Mrs. Bessie George is thankful for high water. When her house near here caught fire, 20 farmers formed a bucket brigade and extinguished the blaze, using the water from a swollen Irrigation ditch. The ditch is usually dry at this season. AREN'T YOU EVEN GOING TO GIVE HIM A CHANCE? I HAVE EVERY FAITH IN MY BOY 'J' ri3t WAIT'LU BUT, ARE x "v. ( THE SEVEMTM ( CORRECT- , - f , , N A '. . I CeM SEE rAOST OF VOO A PRES1DEMT W- I'M GL&D TO TETHER'S 1 e-dVr.'. J-HL 1 ( HUH' UH D THINK T I I H0.VE NOT STUDIED VOOR -ER-DREW ?EE rVT ' PET' HUH' 1 SIU?1?S I IT WA.S CHEOTIN' TO ZZZ LESSON- NNIE- YOO JACKSON- J CUE !KI THE KT I HOME- STUDY VER LESSONS ) TELL US-WHO WA"S1-HE cTSsS KNOWS" 7 X y ' I AROUND HERE- LET SEVENTH PRESIDENT OF I W HER LESSON-' ) 4, . I 'EM GET SORE- (!fA I ojrj xrm I r 00 ' . . 1 '1 RATE AND INFORMATION Count si) average word, to the line. ! yi.ijr at! ntWHur incorrectly, nuti--y u iiiuii. iliiitclv. Wt- accept respoti- ibihlv fur title meurrvel inw mull PHONE ADVEHT1SEMKSTS Ada will be taken over the telephone i.r by ma: I. This U done fur the convenience of the advertiser, and remittance should be mailed upon the receipt of invoice. Minimum 2 LI. 1 time 25c M-nimum 2 Lfc 3 times 60c Minimum 2 Li. 6 times 85c Minimum 2 Li. UMh 2.60 Phone It Look "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY" Look Tangent Auto Cttmp and store for lease, real money maker, must have 4200 cash. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 31 ACRES ON HIGHWAY 2 miles North of Corvallis, a real bargain at only $1400. IRVINE L, HOOD, Phone 300 THREE WEST ALBANY LOTS Three of the best lots in Albany with la rite chicken house and Canute, not far out; worth liono. will sell for (450. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 m25-tf t TRIPP & MURPHY REALTORS Special Buy, 160 acres nicely located fin road, convenient to school and church with plenty 'of farming lands with wonderful wood lot and extra wood pasture. Average farm buildings and only $600 handles with lon and easy terms nt 5 per cent. 300 Acres for Subdivision. Const High- way with (rood opportunity to make some ! bin money its things arc going right now. j Need 1 7500 cash, see us at once. ' Acreage Pacific, Highway from one acre I up, ideal home sites and on easy term., I 5 per cent. al-lf 1 For Sale Real Estate FOR SALE ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW residence In Sunrise. 1 li acres ground. 40 nut and fruit trees, Ini-Ko chicken house. double Karaite, fine water. Inquire of F. H.'l bchoel. mSl-n: Poultry, F.ggs WHITE LEGHORN COCKERELS RY Thurs. and Fri. deft very, SI per 100. Bring boxes. Jenks Hatchery, Tajigent. Ore.. Phone 6-F-31. m31-a2 CUSTOM HATCHING HEN AND TDK-key eggs. For Sale Poults and baby chicks, Mrs. T. Si. Burton, Phone 636-J. m30-ul FRIENDS I WENT FOR TOUR MEDICINE AND THE STORE WAS CLOSEL SO I WENT IN THRU AN. OPEN WINDOW AND GOT "THE MEDICINE .' AW. SHUT- UP AN GiTOUTA MV WAY-IU. HANDLE THAT i ( V JYXaLJ 9- CASH FOR YOUR CAR. WARDENS CAR Murkel, Phutic 1331, Lebunon, Ore. tn6-a6 CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridKcs, fillinirs, old jewelry, watch cases, etc. P. U. French & Sou, Jeweler. d30tf CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE, etc. "Look in your attic." Chas. Robr- bouith & Son, 415 W. First St. il-tf 15 For Rent, Houses, Apts. RENT CRM. den, fruit. 1 HOUSE, UAKAGK, GAR- :Ti E. 2nd. Call 10 E. 2nd. m31-a2 MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. Imiuire 63il Monttiomery St., Albany, i FOR RENT 3 ROOM NICELY FUR-nlshed apt. II. Itukholts, fJi linker St. m30al NICE UNFURNISHED 2 AND 3-ROOM apts. for rent. Apply 104 W. 3rd St. Capt. B. Bailey. S PLEA THERE MUST BE SOME MISTAKE, OFFICER ! MY BOY DOESN'T TAKE THINGS. HE'S NOT A TUIFF- I'M W SORRY, t MRS. COOK ? $4.25 crate of 24 pints. A new hitih record for recent trading is showing in old potatoes. Sales arc up to $2.15 for fancy Deschutes. New potatoes re still soaring. Rather good demand for spinach. Asparagus is climbing. Increasing demand for hothouse mush rooms is reported. Country, killed meats are priced firm generally. Trifle improvement in demand for nions. Lemon market is strong. Dry puck lettuce is weaker nnd lower. Celery is firmer with a sharp advance due. Hothouse rhubarb up to $1.40 for extra fancy 16s. Local field gruwn mostly round $1. ' PORTLAND LIVESTOCK (lly U. S. Dept. of Agriculture) ' ortland. Ore., April' 1. Hogs: Receipts ; active; steady-strong: good-choice lightweight driveins $10.85; heavies $10.25 0110.36; light lights $10.35; parking sows $8,350(8.611; feeder pigs Quotable $10.2561 Cattle: Receipts 150; calves 26: steady on most elnsses, plain cows slow and weak : load gooii-rhoire fed steers $8.26 ; mixed' teem nnd heifers to $7.60: few common. light helfera $6.604: 0.26 ; low cutter and cutter cows 3.00414.50; common-medium $6.00415.76: odd head fat dairy cows nd few beef cows $0.00 ; good beef cows uuot. able to $0.26: bulls $5,264(5.70; good-choice vealers $0.504: 10.60. Sheep : Receips none : nominnl : good-choice trucked In woolrd lumbs suleable round $lo.00i 10.25 : ehoice load lots to lu.sti: good spring lambs saleable around $11.00; ewes $6.60i 6.00. THK PROUUCK EXCHANGE Tlio followlnir prices were named to be rrecllvo today: muter : Cube extras, 2t)c ; Rtnnilnrds 28tc; prime flrstR 2Kc; fivsts 28c lb. Cheese: Orctton triple ta , 15l,uc: loaf 16',i.c ib. llrokcrs will pay t cent below quotations., . ... . EitB : l'roduco Exchange quotations be tween dealers : Extra lanrw 18c; standards Inure 17c; extras medium 17c; standards meeting 16c doxen. Jobbing .prices 2 cents higher. PORTLAND WHOLESALE PRICES These are the prices retailers pnywhole- GENERAL LAND OFFICE. Washington, D. C.j Feb. 6, 1836 Notice' is hereby given that subject to the conditions and limita tions of the acts of June 9, 1916 (an stat. mm, i'ebruary 26, 1819, (40 Stat. 1179), and May 17, 1928 (45 Btat. 597, Public No. 417), and pursuant to departmental, regula tions, Circular 1200, the timber on the following lands will be sold March 31, 1936. at 10 o'clock a.m. at public auction at the U. S. Land Office at Roseburs, Oregon. to the highest bidder at not less than the appraised price as shown by this notice, sale to be subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. The purchase price with an additional sum of one fifth of one percent thereof, being commissions allowed, must be deposited when the right to purchase is awarded by the Register, but certificate of sale will not is sue until the purchaser has com plied fully with said regulations, Circular 1200, as to the execution of the contract of sale and bond required thereunder. The money deposited will be returned if sale is not approved, otherwise patent will issue for the timber, which must be removed within 10 years. Bids will be received from citizens of the United States, associations of such citizens, and corporations organized under the laws of the United States, or any State, Territory or District thereof only. Upon application of a qualified purchaser, the timber on any legal subdivision will be offered separately before being included In any offer of a larger unit. T. 10 S., R. 1 E., Sec. 21, SE'4 SWVi red fir 625 M., white fir 20M; T. 3 S . 5 E., Sec. 35, NEft NW's yellow fir 880 M, red cedar 90 M, hemlock 200 M., NYVt NWW yellow fir 1320 M, red cedar 90 M, hemlock 535 M; T. 3 N., R. 2 W Sec. 9. NE'A SE'4 rod fir 280 M. red cedar 20 M, NW'i SE'4 red fir 440 M, Sec. 21, NEvi NE'A red fir 222 M, SE'i NE'4 red fir 470 M, white fir 20 M; none of the timber to be sold for less than $1.75 per M for the yellow fir, $1.50 per M for the red fir, $1.00 per M for the white fir, and red cedar, and 75 cents per M for the hemlock. T. 4 N., R. 3 W., Sec. 29, SW'i NE'A yellow fir 390 M., red fir 85 M, dead yellow fir 195 M, dead red cedar 100 M, SKVi NW4 yellow fir 15 M, dead yellow fir 285 M, NWVi SE'A dead yellow fir 280 M, dead red cedar 20 M, SWV4 SEVi dead yellow fir 520 M, SE'4 SW4 dead yellow fir 455 M, SW'4 SW'4 yellow fir 175 M, dead yellow fir 195 M; T. 15 S., R. 1 W., Sec. 27, SEV4 SE'i red fir 1015 M, SW'4 SE'4 red fir 865 M. white fir 40 M, hemlock 25 M none of the timber to be - sold for less than $1.75 per M for the yellow and red fir and 75 cents per M for dead yellow fir, dead red cedar, white fir and hemlock T. 20 S.. R. 1 W., Sec. 27, NE'4 NE'4 red fir 1510 M, red cedar 165 M, hemlock 170 M, SE'4 NE'4 red fir 2910 M, red cedar 130 M, hemlock 100 M; T. 7 S., R. 8 W.. Sec. 23. SE',4 NEV4 yel low fir 775 M, silver fir 90 M, larch 260 M, hemlock 870 M, Sw Mi NEy4 yellow lir 530 M larch 185 M, hemlock 750 M NE's SE'4 yellow fir 2900 M larch 125 M, hemlock 760 M, NWMi SE'4 yellow fir 3200 M, larch 140 M. hemlock 440 M SE,4 SE',4 yellow fir 2800 M, hemlock 290 M. SWV4 SEV'4 ycl low fir 3700 M, hemlock 195 M; none of the timber to be sold for less than S1.75 per M for the yel low fir, $1.50 per M for the red fir and $1.00 per M for the red cedar, silver fir. larch and hem lock. T. 26 S., R. 12 W., Sec. 13, NWVi NEVi yellow lir 33 hi. second Browth fir 85 M. red ce dar B5 M, 5WV4 WEV4 JSR110W lir 9fllS M. red cedar 235 M. hem lock 125 M; none of the timber to be sold for less than $2.00 per M for the yellow fir and $100 per M for the second growth tir, red cedar and hemlock. 'v Sd.) Fred W. Johnson, $ .,..,,;, . ... , , Nurse , ' ' ' ' T. ESCAPES-' - : ') ' By Thompson and Coll . ' ' i ' v"v "' '" ' '.. ' -' ' ' . . A , S-f" WELL, Ms'STCC WON'T -TT X t''jl3kLJSLi I WE'VE. 'SEAECEP THE TCAInD TYWi TUCNiNQ '' CATCH MET TWI-3 TIME ffljfll ..ffJiil TMEV'LU NEVfcVk ' EXCELLEMCV-TME OiRL 1 I ':'' LONG A, I'V FREE; jfflmgl I $ JWWLH FIND ME IM TMI"5 , NOT ABOARD f UW TACK.-HE l TMERE'S A CHANCE OF f.w?Mm. ' WfV TlMM$&&Mmi JWGL6 -. WMEMlS' if" ' i- " TOO BAD-WE'LL -l HELPING inn lj 1 511.1 ,- fsZWM'tftl THE TRAIN LEAVES, . - 'L, . ' lf& HAVE TO TAKE1 CK THIS. FORE IQM MRS. COOK, THE JAILS FILLED WITH BOYS b I; A MOTHER I LEFT MONEY ON IMC (J-UN IK.K M r7T FOR IT, BUT WHEN A COP CAUGHT ME AND TOOK ME INTO THE STORE ,TD CHECK MY STORY, THE MONEY WASN'T "THERE 4A WHOSE MOTHERS STILL ,!: HAVE FAfTH IN THEM ! BY HAMLIN I GIT My HAMDS OM 1 THAT'LL BE A BIG JOB, YOUR HIGHNESS THERE -LOOKiT THAT .'a FINE KING YOU ARE -T'LET THAT &UMHW AT Mt, ? WILL HE GRBCCAAH.' FOtL... OOP5 SCALEY-HlDED haa-,. PEST.RCKET YCUR . U I'LL KILL ' M'er'fe- PALACE JaCRITTEE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Linn County, Administratrix of the estate of Anson I. Saylor, deceased, and has qualified. All persons . having claims against the estate of said decedent, are hereby required to present them, duly verified, within six- (6) months from the date ol the first publication of this notice to the undersigned administratrix, at the office of Marks tt McMahan, First National . Bank Building, Albany, Oregon. Dated and first published thla 18th day of Match. 1836. KATIE SAYLOR, Administratrix of the Estate oi Anson I. Saylor. deceased. MARKS & McMAHAN, Albany, Oregon. ' ttnrnoy for Administratrix. March 18 25 April 1 0 15 SLAS-SlDED LUMMOX ' On , -. W GOIN', y'HEAO?...BEFOBE J lY-fl 'z': LOSS MY TEMPER AN' JxLt M 0- SBAT yA A (XJPi-4 ,fHi ' ... " v., J' " , X rommissloner. Feb. 20 Mar 4 11 11) 23 Apiil 1. C m y nr stuvict. mc. T. m rco u. s. fT. orr.j

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