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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE SEVEN SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1956 NEW TODAY It grade 29e C grade -C SHEEP Lambs $8.2&&tl.00 The Democrat-Herald Classified Rates. Workers' Leader TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS - OLD UNITED eVaTES COINS BOUGHT at rwson'a Drug Store. marltf CASH FOR YOUR CAR. WARDEN'S CAR Market, Phone 1331. Lebanon. Ore.- j m6a6 CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD. DENTAL ' crowns, bridges. fillings, old jewelry, watch eases, etc. F. M. French ft Sou. Jewelers. dSdlf AiiMvrr to I'ri'vloiid 'ur.e ADS MORB THAN TWO LINES t time, per word 2c 3 consecutive times, per woru ....4c 6 consecutive times, per word Tc Month, consecutive times, per word 20e READERS Count five average words to line. S-t in r ps duubU vtiuut. IVr titii . first insertion,. 20c : per line vach additional insertion. 15c Card of Thanfes, 60c. COPY DEADLINES Classified ccur must be In office before 11 :00 o'clock on day of publication. Copy for Thursday must be in before 0 ;00 a. ni. for classified page, 15 For Rent. Houses, Apts. FOR RENT MODERN APT., HEAT, elec. refrigerator. Call at 626 W. 3rd. Phone 248. ml4-tf ELLSWORTH APTS. HEAT. OVER- Lt? EINItlC y p Joju N n7 0" WffT Q NfE Dflf 0 OT D 0 risJlfi I die re V TL L dTeTsUa r eTn a lis a yl NAT A LOO S TjefJ I HAG TNjA T TTON inpijc rld iVuWKrWnlo DUNNE. neMnA l b. s. fils D IMAl Iw A I V Efp A R T oTpTeinIJe r n e sua -ot IsliUGfflnHg-islWforw -duffed furniture. Ph. 86. 805 Ellsworth.) 1, $24.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. . ae-tr ) WOOL " ' E- tw.w. Vtn. pound ......30v 3 Personal . TMolmir, iu-r pound 40c , MEATS STOMACH ULCER, GAB PAINS, AND I (U g, jSetwrkta-U Meat Co.) INDIGESTION victims, why suffer? For CATTLE HOItl.ONTAI, 1, 5 Spokesman for the mine workers o America. 10 Indian boat. 11 Pertaining to anemia. 13 FnlKClioo.l. 14 Mother. 15Gol( tcadier. 16 Dye. 17 Futlicr. 15 Mooley apple. 2U Halt an cm. 21 Bed. 22 To lease. 24 To satiate. 25 Because. 2S Italian coin. 110 Melodies. 'II He la a student of -economics. .1.1 Balsam. 35 Ruliber tree. 36 Narrates. 38 Payment demand. 33 Toward. 40Jalgon. 41 Knife wound. 43 Musknl note, 44 Iota. 46 Intended' slight. - 48 VCKCIublf. 5U Chart. " 52 Crass color. 54 Hazard. ' 65 Kncle's nest. 57 Without. Prices quoted below are toot prevailing at 11 o'clock a. m. tin .U. il publication, and are iubet to change at any hour thereafter LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders ft Co. WHEAT: No. 1 while, 17c; red mixed, 76c bushel. BARLEY: Hansen, $21.00 too. Outs: White, No. 1, $18.60; gmy Nu, steers Heifers . . . .$4.00f(t6.u0 .... 3.00(ii6.0U .... 8.0014.26 . . .. 8.00614.00 . . . . I,00a2,61) 8.76 ... 0.25Qi; 10.26 . ,. 8.75M 9.76 ... 8."iii o.oo ... TAHV ... 6.000J 6.60 $7.60(K'8.&t .... S.00it3.09 . . . . 6.006.00 Bulls Cows, beef Cows, cutters aoGS 1(10 to 160 pounds 160 tn 210 pounds 210 to 2&0 pounds . , 2&0 to 360 pounds 3&0 pounds up Sows SUUEP Lambs . . Ewes Yearlings VEAL Live Dressed POULTRY (Swirt ft Company) No. I hens, 4'.j to 6 lbs No. 1 hens, over 6 lbs No. 1 medium hens, over 3(j lbs. No. 1 medium hens, under 3.j lbs. .'Vic I2VjC ..I7c ,.17c . .ir.c ..l&e Colored springs 17c No. 1 broilers, l',S to H lbs., .......Ific Koosters It Stags I Or EGGS All Prices Are Delivered Albany Cases Returneo ftxtras Standards Extra medium .......... Standard medium ...... Brown extras ,..t... ....IKo ....17c ....16c ....13c ....18c Dirty extras l?c Undergi'ndcs 13c ruueta , ,.ikc Pee weea 10c VEAL Live i. Ho Dressed ; 1 3c UU1TKRPAT A grade , 30c WRECKING 2 DIG SCHOOL BLDGS. Lumber $4 and up. Plunks, flooring, siding, sheeting 2x2, 2x0, 2x12 2i-jxl8 and 3x12. Casings ft mouldings. Bricks $4 per M. Pipe, lath, dry wood cut to length. Salesman on job 3rd ft Madison St., Albany. Ore. a2-8-S' THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICK. Claude Wrignt, pnone 266-J, 638 E. 6lh SU mL'n-tf 13 For sale, Miscellaneous FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED ALSAI-twlii t German Shepherd) wolf di., male pup 112 days old, wt. 4T llw. Fine brvvi.-ing ami an individual anybody would proud of anywhere. Stockdog, loyal, intelligent companion and the miwt fearless k'uard. Choice of litter, $16. Ralph Walker. Ht. 1, Albany. Phone 11-F-3. a3-6 HIGHEST QUALITY FRUIT AN NU1 tret.-, shrubs, rose bivnea, shade irevs. rft nd for price list St-tllt-meit-i Bru Nui-bt-rim. Kl 3. Albany n21-t( 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTED WOOL ft MOHAIR ' Cash advanced on contract. No Interest charged. We always pay murkct price. See us before you sell. SAM FRAGER Albany Bargain House, Cor. 2nd & linker. m28-a28 WANTED TO RENT 76 TO 100 ACRES of sheep pasture land for six months. Call F. H. I'feiffer, Albany, Ore. Phone 634-J. a2-4-S WANTED AT ONCE BEEF, COWS, heifers, sows, pigs and other livestock. S. E. Lichen, Albany, Rt. 1. Phone 12-F-13. CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE. etc. "Look In your attic." Chas. Rohr-buugh ft Son, 416 W. First SL jl-tf upstairs Apt. for rent hall-s Floral Shop. a I FOR SALE BY OWNER C-ROO.M houite, 4 lota near Albany Colic..', burn, lien house, varaue, electric water system, bath, septic tank, fruit, cardin. 11500, Smull down payment, bal. like rent at 5 per cent interest. Inquire 337 E. 5th St.. i'hone VM-J. ai OUTSTANDING FARM BUY 171 ACRES 1 mile from town 155 acres cultivated, fair fnrm bldps. Price $8500.00 enn buy this furm on eay payments at 3y per cent. Trade Pert land House fur Albany. ... Loans On Farms. - CM. DOLLARHIDE CO. m.lO-tf FOR RENT FURN. APT., 3 OR 4 rooms, also sleeping rooms. 708 Lyon, al SPECIAL BUY SUBURBAN PLACE, almost 4 acres, with nice lot of fruit, berries, nuta. Livable house, barn, etc. Surrounded by beautiful shade trees and a real beauty spot. $1000.00 cash handles, balance easy terms. lis Yon Want independence and a (ioitd Uvinv? Then invrntinate this fine 10 acre tract with Rood plastered house with electric liKht, double Karage. modern poultry hou.se, 2 brooder houses, SO walnut trees in full benrtntr, family orchard of assort ed fruits. A real banrain at only $275(1.00 TRIPP ft MURPHY. 4.lf Look "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Look Tan Rent Auto Camp and store for lease, real money maker, must have $200 eash. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 ' 31 ACRES ON HIGHWAY 2 miles North of Corvallis, a real bar-liain at only $1400. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phonu 300 THREE WEST ALBANY LOTS Three of the bent lota in Albany with large ehlckrn house and enrage, not far out; worth $1000, will sell for $450. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 m25.tr WE HAVE SEVERAL VERY FINE range specials in addition to the ones mentioned in our regular ads. Mountain Staea Power Co. fl7 4 Business Opportunities VETERANS PREPARE TO OWNA business of your own when you get .,your bonus. Something that will provide an income for the rest of your life. Write H. V. Bordeaux, 4512 Hull is St., Oakland. Calif. ., . Little Orphan Annie fnd Other Comictt !T"s 4 Is It. 7 lO 19 mp s - ?( t ay as 33" " 3i ifi ii if 33 Hb 37 16 - 35 w ' ai 4T" T 4i . 5S ib " 57 1 j 33 Portland Market Review Portland. Ore.. April 4. -There was an andvance of 'e lb. on standard cube butter on the exchange. Market is generally showing unchnnged prices in the cgn trade hire. Extreme dullness continues in the market for wool. Prices aro more or less of nominal character and suggest luck of normal mill operations due to flood conditions in New England. Due to the fact that the seasons are out r kilter everywhere, lettuce prices are. booming through the southwest, directly influencing local prices upwiml. PORTLAND LIVESTOCK (By U. S. Dept. of Agriculture) Portland, Ore., April 4. - Hogs : Total for week 3,050; compared with week ago: dri veins, $10.76d( 10.8A ; load lota to $11.00; Market mostly steady; bulk 166 to 215 lbs, 230 to 320 lbs. $0.7&Ol lU.36 ; few to $10.-60: 12o to 160 lbs. $Ui.006t'10.50: packing hows ?K,'jr,rVn.00 ; most sales $8.60; feeder pigs $10. 2 Sr.) 10.75. Cattle: Receipts for week 2.810 ; calves 236; compared with week ago: Market mostly 25 to 60c higher; bulk fed steers $7.25fti 8.00, few $8.l0(ii 8.26, latter new high since Ittst June; common down to $U.O0; fed heifers $6.00Ai 7.00, few $.tS fi 4.i.". common to medium grades $4.76dt, Ati.tl&; low cutter nnd cutler cows 43.00 6.75 : Kood U-ef cows JG.OUfil ti.85 ; bulls $5.0Wij ii.00, few lo $6.5 ; early top vcul-vn $10.50. late uuotntiona $10.00 down ; common down to $6.u0. Sheep: Receipts for week 2.610; compared with week ago: Market uneven, fut lambs strong In l!&c higher, other elitsses steady to strong ; few loads 81! to 00 lb. fed woo led lamhs $10.25(1110.60, latter new high for season ; best drive-ins around $10.00, medium kimlB $0.00 ; medium to good and few heavy shorn Inmbs $8.35 ; best spring lambs $11.00, bulk common to medium kinds selling ut $H.00ri( 10.25 ; mid yearlings $7.00(n 8.00 ; fut ewes $5.5004 5.00, common down to $4.00. THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE The following prices were named to be effective today : liutter: Cube extras UOe : Uitnpirda 20 Wc; prime first 2(ac: firsts 28c lb. Cheese; Oregon triplets Ujc ; loaf lGVjc lb. Urukera will pay (j cent below quotations. Eggs: Produce Bxchango quotations be tween dealers: Extra largo 16c; standards lagvo 17c; extrna meilium 17c; standards meeting ICo dozen. Jobbing prices 2 cents higher. PORTLAND WHOLESALE PRICES These arc the prices retailers pay whole- By HAROLD GRAY PLL RIGHT THEN. 1 ANNIE-BRING f. RAKE AND I LL SHOW YOU WHAT TO DO- Thompson and Coll 1 V S f lli lt. . . 1 .11. I I h "UNCLE'S" LITTLE HELPER - - RATES AND INFORMATION Count six average words to tbe line. If your ad appears incorrectly, notify u immediately. We accept rtpoti. litiiliiy fur one imnrrvet (nvtvrt iiiu. PHONE ADVERTISEMENTS Ad will be taken over the telephone t-r !.- mail. This ts done for the con-vt'iik-ni-e tr iht ailertier. and n mit-tance should be mailed upon the receipt oi invoice. Minimum 2 Li. 1 time 2tV M;nimum 2 Li 3 times 60c M inimum 2 Li. 6 times 85c Minimum 2 Li. Month ,,.,.$2.60 Phona II Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS. Also Custom Hatching. Brewster's Hatchery, Crabtrce, Ore. m6-a6-S 9 - For Sale, Machinery FOR SALE FORDSON TRACTOR AND plow. A-l condition. Mrs.. Nina Jcnkn, Tangent, Ore. a:!-6 Livestock FOR SALE 3 MILK GOATS, ALSO young pigs. A. F. Beardsley. Rt. 4, Albany. a3-6 DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charge anywhere. I'hone collect 14-F-14, Albany. If no tu-wer. Phono ll-F-4, Corvallis. ml4-tf NOTICE CALE ft MONTGOMERY. WHO arc advertisinR in this paper for worthless horses and cows, arc in no way connected with my pluce. Cecil Montgomery. m26-a26 WANTED FOR CASH OLD OR WORTH-less horses and cows; also dead animals if in good condition. Cale and Montgomery, I'hone collect 33-F-12, Corvallis. m20-ul3 FOR SALE ONE 6-YR. OLD 1260 LB. marc in fine condition, ulso one new harness. I'hone K4-F-2, nli-4 CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. 14 F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. ml4-tf 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal BONE DRY WRECK WOOD CUT TO length. Madison School, 3rd ft Madison, Albany, Ore. a2-8-S GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. DKI.IV-ered in any length. Lester Chilcote. 1S0G Sunt ism ltd. Phone 734-R. jJ0-tf FRIENDS I GUESS 1 WAS... BUT I HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE ATTEMPTED ROBBERY J . m-S'T;, I HOME EARLV THIS ! PTERNOON AND HERE HE COMES HELLO.l HELLO, "UNCLE I ;rJ- S . ' tfn I (fA ?&fZA . g )A S? V J A ,' - V V M I W l- KAiTHER GO ftND U I j-- fi. HlkP.M T OlIKUT . U I OH.THW.' THERE'LL BE LOTS O" TIME A B VOU'RE GOIN'A PV W ITH SOME f KlO Ec?S' If ! Q TO WORK DOWN I FjnjEHILDREN , ER NO ' U TLS1" ft ' j , N ssT "(TS TOAV, UNCLE"! BROUGHT HOME? 1 ! ANNIE- I yoo? WHOT i tfffi N--,, I I TO HELP1? ) 1(1 I HELP VOL)- Q FOR THCT LOTER- II P ran U' Kaolin. 12 Pine fruit. 17 Kettles. l!l One. . 21 Anxiety. 23 Stepped iiHn, 24 Fodder vat. 25 Actuality. ' 26 Kimono wish. 27 Uecnys. 2!) Astringent. :iu He Is also nn 31 Loaned. 32 Soaks Dux. 34 Workers' organizations. 36 Shower. 37 Warbled. 40 To strangle. 42 Sac. 44 Sage. 45 Line. 47 Itosary part. 4!l Krost bite, 5(1 Myself. ' 513.1416.' 53 lie 1 111:. 55 bike. 55 Exclamation. Noblemen. He his union. VKltTK'AI. Prison. Unit. Stop! To nullify. More crippled. Paint. You and I. Little ilevll. Mule ancestor. ifornia $1.35 crate.' Asparagus : California $2.60ii3.00 pyra mid. MEATS AND PROVISIONS Country Meats: Selling price to retailers: Country killed hogs, best butchers, under 150 lbs., llil4M,c; vcalcrs, No. 1, ! 4 Mi: 10c; light and thin 1018c: heavy 0(irl2c; cutter cows, SltflOc; lambs 18c; spring lambs 23fi2&ci ewes 6lS10e lb. Hams: 2'u30!-jC lb.; picnic 111Q22C lb. Bacon: 2CC((26e lb. HOPS AND WOOL Hops: Nominal; 1036 clusters 7lfte lb. Wool : 1036 contracts, nominal ; Willamette valley, medium, 30c: coarse and braid 8c ; eastern Oregon 26J)28e lb. ; southern Idaho 3II'.( 32',-jC lb. Cemetery Group ro Meet on Tuesday Onkvillo. (Special) Improvement work in the Oakville cemetery under the supervision of M. H. Achoson, Albany, president of the cemetery association, continued last week, when a crew of volunteer workers spent Tuesday firtibbing the remaining growth of scotch broom, leveling and cleaning the grounds. The plot was harrowed recently in preparation for sowing grass seed and to aid in getting the ground in condition for the power mower secured by Mr. Acheson. An exectuive meeting is called for Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the home of George Millhollen to discuss business concerning the association and plan for the annual Memorial day program. 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, executrix of the will and cstnte'of Melissa Young, deceased, and has qualified. A 1 1 persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are hereby required to present them, duly verified within six (6) months from the date of this notice lo the undersigned executrix at the office of Marks & Mc-Mahun. in the First National Bank Building, at Albany, in Linn County, State of Oregon. Dated and first published this 14th day of March, 193b. MARY ALICE HAMILTON, Executrix. MARKS & McMAHAN, Attorneys for Executrix. M a rch 14 21 28 Apr 4 11 INSURANCE OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established 1911 WM. BAIN. INSURANCE. M-wry to loan, farm security. PRODUCB SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS W the market for eggs, poultiy. ! and cream. ' HIIOE REPAIRING MUSGRAVE'S SHOE SHOP, ltt Lyon. Motto. Quality and Senreca. "WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDW. Maytag. Easy. Thor Wash4sr. WELDING BLACK8MTTHINQ SNYDER tV SON - BEAR ALIGN-ing frames, axles straightened. WELL DRILIfRS C. E. GORDINIER & SON WMl Qrlllen "We solicit you- Inqulri" Uugene, Oregon i ... i ... t Ul quick relief get a free gift packet of Udga, a doclors prescription, at Fred Dawson's Drug Store. - 22 Situations Wanted EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS ' housework. References.. Address Box 1.171, care Drmocrnt-Herald. a--4-S 30 Help Wanted, Mate WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN work Ci small dairy. Phone RtSlt-K. i SO Miscellaneous Classified PAINTING, WALL PAPERING, INTER-ior decorating that's different. I'hone 42 or f13-L. Wilbur Dawson ft Claire Snyder. m30-lf LAWN MOWERS automatic machine. Phone 331-J. SHARPENED BY Warner ' Hardware, tnlO-alO MONEY TO LOAN ON WELL-1MPR0V-ed farms. Low rate interest. Wm. Bain, Albany. ' flO-tf HELP THIS NEEDY Tht- Salvntion Army needs fruits, vege ab1i:s, clothinu .etc.. to help needy people in enR-nu'in'y canes. Money, too, If you ;are lo contribute. We have no telephona, uut tniiig n what you have to don t or drop a card and we'll call for It Capt. Brit Kniley 4t Rasl First St., Albany.' MADRID TO MAKE FILMS Madrid. New film studios representing an investment of several million pesetas have been opened by Ballestcros Tona-Film. new -studios ure owned and managed by Serafin Ballesteros. . BUT MOW DID VOU EVER HAPPEN TO BE BACK OF THAT TREE WHEN THE TIGER ATTACKED ? GOSH,AREN.T tJ EVEN GOING TO ASK ME ABOUT THE TIME I HELPED CATCH THE GlYS WHO TRIED TO BLOW UP THE DIRIGIBLE 'SHILOHI'aND THINGS LIKE THAT ? GRATITUDE VOU'RE NOW - 1 7- I 1 'SALL RIGHT, LEW WEN EXPLAINS MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse By sen: SIMPLE E'XPLAMATION -1 WAS ABOARD SAME TRAIN - SEe VOU ESCAPE INTO A PINE I2tJG THIS WONORABLE GENTLE- KAAN WILL. MAKH, W& KIORTU JUNGLE - KNOW VOU MUST GET LOST SO Baln, except whprv othtrwiM tatd: UutU-r: l'rlnla, A Brntte 33c in iorci- nirnt wrnpi.er, 32c lb. in carton ; U Knulc, parchment wrapper 31c ; carton 3'Jc lb. B Crail Cream tor Market: ttuyins price, butterfat basis &aue lb. Butterfal : Portland delivery : A tirade. delivered at leant twice weekly 31i(&i 34c lb.; country routes aoftittac ; B grade :UNtt.30c i C tirade at market. Cheese: Selllnil price to Portland retail ers: Tillamook triplets 21c; local K2c lb. Tillamook selllnil price to wholesalers: Triplets 19c: loat 20c lb. Rjiks: lluyins price or wholesalers: extras 18c; standards lBc: extra mediums 16c ; do medium firsts 16c i undencrade 13c : pullets 13c doxen. Milk! A tirade. I'ortlnnd delivery, 6R','jC lb. butterfnt basis for 4 per cent. Live Poultry: I'ortlnnd delivery buylnir price: Col.iml lions, over 4Mi lbs. 17(i!18c: undor 4'j Ilm., lsru'lUc; leitliorn hens, over Vj lbs., lOmnc: under a,'j lbs., U,(a:l6c; leshorn broilers, 1 to 2 lbs., I7fil8c; sprlnss, 2 lbs. and up, llirii.2Ue; colored sprtUKS, 2 lbs. and up. l!lH20c : roosters SftiOc; pekin ducks youna. 14rul7c: iioesc 1W.UC lb. Live I'oultry: Selllnil price by whole-Halers: I.isht hens lGftf IB'.Jc ; medium hens 16(1 leic: colored hens 181jftijlUc ; broilers 2tl'(i21c; sprinsers 1U(ii.20c; pekin ducks, yoonir, 17c; do colored 10'i.l3c; calKins over 7 lbs., 24fif.26e lb. ; guinea hens f.0c each. Turkeys : Dressed selling price to retailers : No. Ihcns, 23c; toms 22(t(22',(C lb Turkeys : Dressed, buying price : New crop hens, No. 1, 22c lb. KI1KS1I FRUIT Apples: Delicious, extra fancy $1.70; do fancy, 11.4ft, Newtowns, extra fancy. 11.70; do fancy $1.46 ; do face and fill, fancy, UGc ; do fare and fill choice, 76c. Spitxcn-bertt, extra fancy $1.60: do combination, $1.36. Home Ueatlty, jumble. 2'C lb. Wincftapa extra fancy $1.05; do fancy $1.. 4(1 ; do Jumble extra fancy 3e lb. llananns: Hunch ft'jc; hunds 6CuGl"jc lb. Pears: D'Anjou extra fancy $1.16. Oranges: California navels fancy $3.20; choice $2.7fi(r( 2.86 ; standards $2.65 cnHc. Grapefruit: Arizona $1.81 2.40 case; Florida $4.01104.26 case. Lemons: California fancy $r..f,liri'i 6.76. choice $6.(Mtii(6.26 cnw. KltEHII VKHHTAlll.KS Potaton: Loral $1,611; Klamath $2.lHKif 2.16; Ucappoiwe nell.l gems $1.60; Deschutes netted gems $2.0IK.1 2.16. Celery: California, $2.6012.60 crate. Pens: California $4.mMl 4.3.7. .Spinach: The Dnllis 86c ; Wall,. W.illn ll.OU'.il.lll box. Onions: Oregon. $l.00Cfi 1.25 per 100 lbs. Tomatotv: .Mexican, $4.60 lug repacked, packed. Lettuce: Arlxonu $2.7513.00; Imperial $1.76' 2.011 crate. Ithubarb: Hothouse, extrn fancy $1.30; fancy $1.20; choice 75c per 16-lb. box. Cucumbers: Local, hot house 85cftj.$1.36 doxen. New Potatoes: Florida $2.75 crate: Hawaiian $2.60 per 60-lb. box. Cauliflower; Roseburg $1.35 crate: Cal FIRST' LISTEN- I FOLLOW TRAIL VOU TEaVEL I NJ LEW WEN,V0U'VE 1 5-AVE-D MV LIFE- I BIST VOUCARM- ' xwJ IT'S SLASHED TIS SMALL MATTE R- BI6 THING H NOW-GET DATA ?1 CIRCLES, MISS 5 sauscad WITH A FINAL DESPECATE THRUST LEW WEN DISPOSES OF MVRA' WOULD-BE ASSAILANT-BUT MOT WITH OUT G5CEIVW6 A FEW 'WOUNDS ! ONE-SIDED CANT Mxl BRING UP A S. f WEREN'T F YOU UNDER SUSPICION J FOR A ( NORTH RIGHT NOW. T redoes rr BY BLOSSER NtKJ'RE HERE TO GIVE THE ANSWERS... NOT THE QUESTIONS BY HAMLIN TELL YCXJ SUMPlN, YOU I I HPT' PEW THINGS ON "THE CREDIT ) SIDE OF MY LIFE? IN FACT I . x, WAS THE or WHO SCARED !T'v. IV THE WOULD-BE I ROBBERS AWAY, AND A now! t r 'A ' WHILE, AT "THAT t 1 ill' ,ME FRECKLES AND HIS WCPENT ttXJ INVOLVED, RECENTLY, IN A JEWELRY STORE ROBBERY? ALLEY OOP JOSIRll ONLY ) HAPPENED 10 BE ; I 0IAND1NC3 1,1 BY WHEN - ' rr ; 1 1 " 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 vou saw their ad. In na Democrat-Herald. 1 NOW. ISN'T THAT GRAND VJI7ER., LEMME SAFE ENOUGH, - OL' CCP HAS BOOB LONG-SMOUTED, FLAP-EARED -I'VE HAD ENJUFF DINOSAUR , AN' TH' NEXT TIME 1 LAV EVES CRITTER , IM GOsJNA PUT RESCUED VOU FROM ! -'v.,..y iV , -M- v.' L J -x. ,aT . 4 ) .u L.V WOW r- L.V WOW' ATTORNEYS MARKS & McMAHAN Attorneys at Law 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 2HM AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to ajid from all points. Oasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st Sc Montgomery SU., Phone 371. AUTO REPAIRING T. K. HULERVS AT KELLY'S Garage. Towing & Wrecker, ph 80 OAttPET CLEANING THite SHADE SHOP, 409 W rim Phnn 7R FjLM HEKVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STORE FOf cittomtrM film si.H FUNERAL DIRECTORS KORTMILI.ER FWFRAl flOfc " Day or NOihi utmno; 47-B HIS FOUR-LEGGED HIM v 1 l ON THAT OUTA CCMMI55IUN . , 7 HEAR."' r . o -f, Q) V Ci v .V I ay nr scavicc inc -t m tt u s pi art ' it

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