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April 6, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 5

Albany, Oregon
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Monday, April 6, 1936
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MONDAY, APRIL, 6 W THf ALBANY DEMOCAT-H 6RALD, t tANT, .PAGE'FlVr i i iwmwmmm CASH PAIS F TOM KWMWRB, etc. "Look m your attic." -Chas. -Rolw-; The Democrat-Herald Classified Rates. r Honey .Gdtherer . ; M ' ' I'll If ILIEIWII $ , EMMS ; g E N TEIL aFIOiaQL I RA TO O RDTI0 L U EppaDju Ml TP5ft A pPMllI N UiBnQ pPG R E" eTn A N 5 H I V 1 i HOIHZONTAIj 1 Insect ot the genus Apis. S The males are called . 13 Joltnnycake. 14 Mountain. 16 Seed covering. Answer t l'n 17 To bo , . undecided. IS To languish. 20 Pulted. 22 Native metal. 23 Shabbier. 25 Belt. 26 Nolo In scale. 27 Suitable. 23 Knqck. . i 30 Year. 31 The. IS the reproducer, 33 A swarm ot bees live iu a pl.). . 35 To entomb. 37 English coin. 39 To rub out. 41 Spike. . 42 Ogles. series. 45 Skill. 46 Moutlt roofs. 48 Transpose. - 49 Bees store : honey and SOGrlet.." fil Metric foot. . B3 To free 55 Was Indebted. 56 Cutting tool. 6S Seascned by 44 Row of a exposure. IJ0IHN' A UPP A LEWIS YDclOT ZlSlAIT E. A I IRISjgL A B U LkjqRE'cllJT T OllC A N HQw H I TPMPS OW I 0 NjBtn A g.EBjlEr5 ' RATES AND INFORMATION Count six average words to the Una. If your ad appears incorrectly, notify us immediately. We accept respoti titiility for one incorrect insert ton. PHONE ADVERTISEMENTS Ads will be taken over the telephone ui by mail. This Is done for the convenience of the advertiser, and remittance should be mailed upon the receipt of invoice. Minimum 2 Li. 1 time 25c M'nimum 2 Li. 3 times 50c Minimum 2 Li. 6 times 85c Minimum 2 Li. Month $2.60 Pbona II FARMS! FARMS! ! FARMS! ! HERE are a few stocked and equipped places rendy to move ontot. 80 Acres with about half cultivated and balance pasture. Very fair farm buildings and stocked with cows, horses and all machinery for $3500 and part on terms, 3Vj per cent. Also a fine 80 with good lame 'building? and equipped with large amount machinery. 1 nice cows. 3 horses, young stock, pigs, poultry and immediate possession. $2800 cash, balance 30 years 3Vh per . cent. Tripp & Murphy Realtors. a6-tf Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS. 1 Also Custom Hatching. Brewster's Hatchery. Crabtree, Ore, m6-a6-S 9 For Sale, Machinery FOR SALE FORUSON TRACTOR AND plow. A-l condition. Mra. Nina Junks, bough a Son. 415 W. Frrst St. jl-tf CASH FOR YOUR CAR. WARDEN'S CAR v Market, Piione 1931, Lebanon. Ore. m6.a6 CASBf PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old jewelry, -watch case, ate F. M. French 4 Sou, Jewelers. dOtf 15 For Rent, Houses, Apta. FOR. RENT MODERN APT., HEAT, elec refrigerator. Call at 626 W. 3rd. Phone 248. . . ral4-tf ELLSWORTH APTH. HI AT. OVER- tuffed furniture. Ph. 15. 80S Ellsworth. 33 Personal STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS. AND INDIGESTION victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free gift packet of Udga, a doctor's prescription, at Fred Dawson's Drug Store. - m24-a'J4 21 Help Wanted, Female ADDRESS ENVELOPES, DIGNIFIED. spa retime work. $5 to $15 weakly Commission. Experience unnecessary. Stamp brings details. Employment Manager. Dept. 3924, Box 76. Hammond, Indiana. a6 20 Help Wanted, Male GOOD PAY STEADY WORK ltd table men and women wanted to service McNess cUHumera in home locality uv Linn county. No experience or capital required. Write FURST & THOMAS, 42G Third St., Oakland, Calif. ...aft I WANT THREE MEN. LOCAL TEA AND coffee routes pay up to $60.00 week. No experience needed but you must Rive prompt service to approx.' 200 families. 1 send overj thing ayou .need. 'Operate on my capital. Automobile given if you qualify. Albert MitlH..U8 Monmouth, Cincinnati. O. a6 WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN TO work on amnll dairy. Phone ftflfl-R. t.3-6 32 Training for Position WILL PERSONALLY INTERVIEW MEN willing to work hard to qualify for good-pay positions in AIR CONDITIONING and Refrigeration business. Prefer men now employed, willing to devote some spare with fair education, mechanically inclined, time to preliminary training to become installation and service experts. .Write fully, giving age,' phone, present occupation. Utilities Eng. Inst., care 'Democrat-Herald. n0-7 ADS MORB THAN TWO LINES 1 time, per word 2c 3 consecutive times, per woru ....4c 6 consecutive-times, per Word 7c Month, consecutive times, per word ftc READERS Count fiv average words to line. Set in caps double ouunL Pur line, 'first insertion, 20c ; per line each additional insertion, 15c. Card of Thanks, 60c. COPY DEADLINES ' Classified coov must be In office before 11:00 o'clock on day of publication. Copy for Thursday must be in before 9 :00 a. m. for classified page. 8 For Sale Wood and Coal BONE DRY WRECK WOOD CUT TO length. . Madison School, 3rd tt Madison, Albany, Ore. a2-8-S GOOD WOOD. PRICED RICH!. OEUV-ored in any length. Lester Chilcote, 1606 Santtam Rd. Phone 734-R. j20-tf WRECKING 2 BIG , SCHOOL BLDGS. Lumber $4 and up. Planks, flooring, siding, sheeting 2x2, 2x6. 2x12 2ixl8 and 3x12. Casings & mouldings. Bricks $4 per M. Piic, lath, dry wood cut to length. Salesman on job 3rd & Madison St., Albany, Ore. a-a-S THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wrlgnt, ptione 266-J, 638 E. 6th St m20-tf 13 For sale, Miscellaneous . FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED ALSAI- Itiln (German Shepherd wolf dvg, male pup 412 days old, wt. 46 lbs. Fine breeding and an individual anybody would be proud of nnyvChero, Stockilog, loyal, Intelligent companion and -the most -fearless guard. Choice or litter, $15. Uulph Wulker, Kt. 1. Albany, Phone 21-F-3. a3-6 HIGHEST QUALITY "FRUIT ANH NU1 trees, shrubs, rose bushes, shade trees. Send for price list. -Settlemeier Bros. Nureerien. Ht. 8. Albany. n21-tf 24 Wanted. Miscellaneous WANTED WOOL & MOHAIR Cash advanced on contract. No into test charged. We always pay market price. See us before you sell. SAM FRAGER Albany Bargain House, Cor. 2nd & Baker. - - - tm!8-a'28 OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at rwggn'a Drug Store. , narltf No. 1 medium hens, over 3lb las 16c No. 1 medium hens, under Sl-j lbs. ....15c! Colored -sprinas 17c i No. 1 broilers, l',4 to 2 tbs lffe KousWrs . t c Stags . EGGS . All Pricee Are Delivered Albany Cases iteturneo Extras 18a Standards 17c Extrn medium 16c Standard medium 13c Brown extras 18c Dirty extras 17 Undergradea 13c Pullets Uc Pea wee 10c VEAL Live Sc Dressed , 13c " BUTTER FAT A grnde 2'.c B grade .2rto C grade 'Me SHEEP Lambs A... I8.26lg9.00 Portland Market Review Portland. Ore.. April 6. Butter prices advanced one-half cents a pounds today. Kgga were unchanged. Cheese prices were practically the same. Further advance-in the price on small' remaining offerings of Deschutes potatoes here was reported. , Fruit with sales now up to $2.26 cental, the 'high point of the season to date. New stock is firm. Avacadoa are higher. Asparagus prices arc being moved higher with an extreme short oko in thu south. , , Some Imperial valley tomatoes aru being offered. , AM root vegetables are scarce, firmer and higher. Fumlnc of radishes here. PORTLAND LIVESTOCK . (By U. K. Dept. of Agriculture) Portland, Ore., April 6. Hogs 1 Receipts 2,000 ; steady ; good-rholce lightweight drlvciiM tl0.7&vlu.H5 ; load lots to $11.00; heavies $0.7rrti 10.35 ; few to $10,. 50; light lights $lD.2nC-nQ.f0: packing sows $8.S0; feeder pigs $1.25i;i0.7&. Cattle: Receim 8100; caul's 1R0; market not estnbllHhed : early bids and scnttcred sales 26fi(560c lowei; best fed steers held above $8.(10; bulk eligible to sel ldownward from $7.75 ; common down to $5.75 ; lond fed heifers $7.00; best held above $7.25; mixed stfeni and heifers $7.60 ; common hetferff down to $5.00 ; low cutter and cut ler , cows $2.7 5fif -1.25 ; common-medium $4.60.rfi:6.50; few loads beef cows $5.76 fit 5.85; few bulls $6.00(6.60 ; practical top veaiers $10.00, Sheep: Receipts 8600: market uneven fed lambs around 26c lower ; fat ewes By HAROLD GRAY NEW TODAT WHITE LEGHORN COCKERELS BY Thun. and Fri. delivery, 1 per 100. Urinjr boxes. Jenka Hatchery, Tangent, Ore.. Phone 5-F-31.. a6-8 NORTH ALBANY ACREAGE Dandy acre right on the highway, Kood home, fruit and nuts. The best buy ever offered in Nqrth Albany at only $17oC. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 ' ACRES RIVER BOTTOM Located between Holley and Crawfords-vihe, right between highway and river. This is real soil. Offered for a few days at r-nly $800. Wil Itake soldiers' bonus certificate as part or all. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300. a6-tf EASTBUHN ROTH AUCTION MARKET Big Auction Sale Wednesday, April 8th, 1:30 -p. m. Complete furnishings of S. Charles Hotel, consisting of three ranges, five heaters, twenty beds, twenty-six sprinm. eighteen mattresses, twenty dressers, fifteen co modes, fifteen stands, thirty-six chair sand rockers, one show case, one big writing desk, lots of rugs and carpeting, pictures, counter, settee, benches, pil 'lows and sheets. Lota of goods not listed. Kverythtng goes. Private individuals and dealers be sure to attend this sale for bargains. Dan B. Roth, Auctioneer. a6 OUTSTANDING FARM BUY 171 ACRES 1 mile from town 155 acres cultivated, fair farm bldgs. Price $8500.00 can buy this farm on easy payments at 3'. per cent. Trade Portland House for Albany. , . . Loans On Farms. C. M. DOLLARHIDK CO. m30-tf FOR SALE HEAVY TEAM OF BLACK horses, 7 and 0 yrs., true and sound. See Uuy Thompson, Club Pool Hall, Albany. a6-8 FOR SALE BY OWNER 6-ROOM house, '4 lots near Albany College, barn, hen -house, garage, electric water system, bath, septie tank,, fruit, garden. $1600. Small down payment, bal. like rent at 5 per eent interest. Inquire 337 E. 5th St., Phone, 194-J. a6. FOR SALE ZIMMERMAN SEED WHEAT 3--grain and Victory seed oats, Hnn-Bchen seed barley ; also hay. S. S. Kennel Phone l-F-21. a6 FOR SALE 1931 HUDSON LIGHT 8 Sedan. Economical to operate. New finish find upholstery and runB excellent. JSf0 Phone 682-L. , , FOR SALE 6 WEANLING PICS J H Wright. Shcdd, Rt. 1. aC Little Orphan Annie B Tangent, Ore. - . n$'6 5 Livestock FOR SALE 3 MILK GOATS. ALSO young pigs. A, F. Beardaley, lit. 4t Albany. . a3-C IT" S" 5" 7" 5 "" 7 a-To-7T" "ig" ""j ' ij" " T": S ""iS .'mv it . i 17 is is s ; ao ei , B7 t" "" SO " jp- -j-y- i4 Ti " S4 ZE ., SS ' W " f-iterJw'- -1 : idvf'-v' SNUBBED . (g'morning!) (IISHI THEY MUST I'M DIFFERENT THEM- ! IN SOME I I'M MIGHTY f nHW. s v . W LiC OV I S' PofiF- Ui FRIENDS THAT'S O.K., I S'POSE- v a -wf -" I n.,1 A, i I i " 1 1 . ii I i , ir i Q Mic4iA-eu ClaptstfitFtl PAINTING, WALL PAPERING, INTER-lor decorating -that' 'different. 'Phoiic 42 or 513-L. Wilbur Dawson A Claire Snydct. mSO-tf LAWN MOWERS " SHARPENED BY automatic machine. Warner Hardware. Phone 331-J. - mlOal0 MONBY TO LOAN ON WBl.L-tMPHOV-ed farms. Low- rate Interest. Win. Bain, Albany. fl0tf HELP TBS NEEDY the ( Salvation Army needs fruit. Vegetables, clothing .etc., to help needy people in emergency -eases. Money, too. If you care to contribute. We have no telephone, but bring 'ri what you have to donate or drop s a card and we'll call for it Cape Bert Bailey. S40 East First St. Albany. TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Price quoted below ' are those prevailing at 11 o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and art subject to eaange at any hour thereafter. , LOCAL GRAIN . M. Senders a Co. WHEAT; No. 1 white, 77c; red and mixed, 76c bushel. BARLEY: Hansen, 221.00 ton. Oats: White, No. 1. I1M.50; gray No. 1, $24.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound .....30c Mohair, per pound 40c MEATS (D. E. Neoergall Meat Ce.) CATTLR Steers $4.00466.00 Hcifen 8.00(U6.00 Bulls 8.00$$4.25 Cows, beef 8.00($4.6u Cows, cutters 1.00(22.60 HOGB 160 to 160 pounds $ 8.75 160 to 210 pounds 9.26)10.25 210 to 260 pounds 8.75(3 9,16 250 to 350 pounds -.8.76W 9.00 350 pounds up 7.60 7.75 Sows ' 6.00tU) 6.50 I SHliEP . Lamb 7.608.fi0 Kww ,, 2.00cta.OO Yearling 6.006.00 VEAL Live ,7Vic Dressed 12VjC - - . - POULTRY . - (Swift a Company) No. 1 hens, 4t2 -to 6 lbs. 17c No, 1 hens, over 6 lbs ..ITo WELL, I SPOKE. ANYWAV- I DID AY SHARE- IF THEY DON'T WANT TO BE By OH ' HERE COMES THAT "AWt VET HE'S IW WROMG WITH THE LAW-WHy DOES BCX LIKE THAT HAVE TO ;-G6T IM A JAMIKE THIS ? - ( GOESS FIGOER FROM WAYS - rlous l-m.le IB Taro pate. 17 Bees we "Of, ;. service In Of flowers. ' 18 Desert fruit, ' 19 Fairy. ' 21 The be is female. 23 Deportment. 24 To be furious. 27 To roll. 29 Saucy. , 31 To resign. ,32 Christmas , 'carol. , . 33 Stag. 34 Monkey. 36 Not broad. ; , 36 To conceive. 40 Southeast. 42 Loose. ... 43 To embroider. 4B Moccasin. 47 To plant. . . 49 Broad. 52 Novel. 53 Hurrah! 54 Drone bee. . 56 Right. ' 57 Musical not. VKRTK'AIj 2 Music drama. 3 Not any, '4 Finish. 5 You. 6 To merit. 7 Funeral oration. 9 Sun god. 10 Eye. 11 Egyptian river 12 Funereal song. case ; choice $4. 601? 6. 00 cas. FRK8H VEGETABLES Potatoes: Local, $1.60 .cental ; Klamath $2.26f!(2.60 cental; Scappoose netted Items $1,605(1.75; Deschutes netted gems $2.00fi 2.26 cental. SYNOPSIS OK ANNUAL t STATEMENT. . The North River Ikuursnce . Company of Now York, In the State df New York, on the thirty-first day of December, iM6, mado to the Insurance Commissioner- of tho State of Oregon, pursuant to law: . CsplUl Amount of capital stock paid up I 2,000,000.00 'Income-Net premiums received during the year ,,..,.$ 6,7U2,907.14 IrUeiVrtt, divTitchds'ahri rehts received during the year .... 807,994.44 lucerne from other sources received during the year 072,446.40 Total Income $ 7,17$,47.B7 Dlsbursementa Net losses paid during the yenr including adjustment ' exponas ,. , $ 8,4v9,8tfB.7a DlvideniU paid on capital - stock during the ymr 680,000.00 Commissions and salaries paid during the year .... 2,104,048.17 Taxes, licenses and fees paid during the yenr W8.BM.H Amount of -all other cx - ' " pemlitures 1,037,674.14 Total expenditures ..,.i..$ 6,620,851.08 Assets Value of real estate owned (book value) I 167,687.82 Value of stocks und bonds, owned (market value) (Bonds Amortltvd) 18,718,786.64 Loans on mortgt pes and col lateral, etc. 263,600.00 Cash in banks and on hand 1.686.248.B7 J'remiums in course of col- 1 i . lection written since Sep- , tember :i0. 1V6 .......... -T16.4Z7.76 Interest and rents due and accrued 49.889.22 Totul admltUNl asHets .... $21,405,010.21 Liabilities Groc.s claims for losses unpaid ....w $ 010,806,00 Amount of uneurned premU urns on all outstanding ' . risks 6.622,816.00 Due -for commission and brokerMKO .. 46,000.00 All other liabilities 3111,81)1.66 Totnl HiibllitlcK, except ' ' ciipitnl $ 6,870.612.81 Capital paid up ......$ 2,000.000.00 Surplikt nvr all liabihtti-M .. 12,Hl0,Vl.of Surplus as' regard lHiltcy- . , holders 14.616,437.67 Total V21.40A.OI0.S1 BU81NK8H IN OHBtiON FOR THE YEAR Net premiums received dur- ing the yeur $ 3fl.H72.27 Iosites paid during the year 22.07U.T4 Ixfsses Incurred during the , yrar 28.01B.74 THE NORTH RIVER INSURANCE ., COMPANY ; : J. LKftTKR PARSONS, Pres. DAVID 0. WAKEMAN, Scc. . Stntutory resident attorney for service, Iririuranfe Comm'r, Salem, Oregon. ' Owen Beam. Agent. fni INSURANCE OWEN BEAM ACJENCT -; . Opposite P. O. EsUbllsbed Mil WM. BAIN, INSURANCE. U"Of to loan, farm security: ' PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO-ALWAt8 W the market tor eggs, poultry, MR) and cream. : SHOE REPAIRING MUSGRAVE'S SHOE SHOP, IN Lyon. Motto, quality ana WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWE- Maytag. Easy, Thor Wash. WELDING BUkCKSMrtmK SNYDER (k SON - BEAR ALUM-ing framn, axles straightened. WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINUa ex SON Well Driller "We solicit your Inquiries" Eugene, Oregon A' MYSTERIOUS PLAN MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse BUT LEW WEN, 1 VEEV TRUE- SOME OF MV PEOPLE' HAVE' DEVELOPED WHAT ACE WE TO DO? BUT, WAVE PLAN THE- jCATALEPTIC TGAKJCE' TO A FINE ABTl WE CAW'T (SET VEC.V I TO SAVE .LIVES! WHILE UWDER IT ,' ONE NEiE-DS -NO ' FAE , WALKING , WITH- VOU POOD, MO WATER,. SCAECELV ANV "' 11 WELL, LISTEM... OXyOEAJ...-. WATCHIV HtcniJy ; irood-choictj aprlnir lambs including on load Callfornlaa flt.UO; common-medium BtiriiiffcrB $.(MKillQ.00; load fed wolexl lamba lU.2f3 ; beat drlvclna 910.00; lond thorn lamba JB.UIK,i H.40 ; few. fnt owes $5.60 ; bent held around $0.00. 4 .THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE - The followlnir prices wre named. to bo ttffuetlve today tt' Mutter: Cube firsts HO'jc; standards aoic prime flrsU 80c ; firsts aw'jC. Chpcse; Oregon trlpli'ts lBViic; OrvRon loaf lflHiC Ilrokcra will pny MtC , below quotations, EfiKst I'roduco Exchnnno quotittlona Imn tween doalers : Extm luro 18c; standards lurice 17c; uxtrns medium 17c; standnrda medium lttc. Jobbing ptlcea 2c hiuhor. PORTLAND WIIOLRHALB PRICES Tlitwo Hro the prlc4 rutollurB pny whole-salitrs, oxcept where othorwlsc stated! -Uuiler; Prints, A (trade, 3 lie lb. In parch- man wrapper, 83jc in cartons; 11 iirnile, parchment wmppvr, 31','jc; carton S'Zc lh. Hutterfat: Portland delivery; A Kradc, delivered Ht least twice weekly, &2fdli4o lb. i country routes 80ir( t)J)cj 11 grado, 31 (if UXo lb) C grudo at market, 11 (trade Crcum for Market J Iluylnit price, buttorfat bflrila, &8'jc lb. uhveset elllnv price to Portland relail-vra: Tillamook triplets 21a; loaf 22c lb. Tillamook svlllnir price to wholesalers: Triplets lUc; loaf 20c lb. Ekks i Iluyintc price of wholesalers : Extras 18c; HtandnnU 16c; extra - mediums lflc; medium firsts 16c; undergrade l$c; pulleta lHc dosen. Milk; A icrade, Portland delivery, 58 'c lb. huttcrTnt basis for 4 pur cent. Live, Poultry: I'ortland delivery, buylnir price; Colored hens, over 4Uj I Int., 17H18c; under 4 hn., lttf(i;tUc; lew horn hens, over '.i'j Iba.. 16f((,17c; under 8'j lbs.. Ib6i'6c: let! horn broilers, 1 to V4 1 Jim., I&(tt6c; m i ft ma. up nfrtlHc; colored spring, 2 His. and up, lUffzoo roasUrv, XfuMc; pekin ducks, you nir, 4VilTc; geese WHlZc lb. I.lve Poultrj'! Selling price by wholesalers: Light oens irffMfi'jC ; mrditim hen 16'(f(.i7n; colored hens lUc; broilers lfiW. 17c; springs 22c; pert In ducks young HW; IKc; do colored 10r(;16c: canuns, over 7 Uw., li-lffi :20c lb.; gulnrit Imns, 6)c each. Turkeys: Urcsicd," selling price to re tailors: No. 1 hens, 23c ; toms 22fr.22c lb. Turkeys: Dressed, buying price: New crop hens, No. 1, 22c lb. FHKHII FltUIT Apple; Delicious, extm fumy, 91.7'f; do fancy $IM; Ncwtuwns, extra fancy, 11.70; do fancy 91,46 do face , and fill,, funry, HKc; d faco and fill, choice, 65c; Upltxen borg, extra fancy, $1.40; do combination, $1.26; Rome lleauty. Jumble, 2'jc lb.;, Wfnesaim, extra fancy, $1.66; do funcy, 11.40; do Jumble, extra funcy, 3c lb. Uananasi Hunch &e; hands 8160 lb. , Pears: D'AnJou, chow, $1.76 box. Oranges: California navels, fancy, $3.00 frfj3.26; choice $2.7&X.Hfi; standards $2.CS case. timiKjf rult i Arixona $1.8nf(2.40 case; Florida $4,004(4.26 case - - Ijenvlns: California, fancy, $5.256.50 WERE ACE GAIL- lLJ SOSEV, WOT SAVED -VET-Jj K J BOAD TBCK WW" 'W Ti2AIM LITTLE U5ED, HM Wlw. ii VOU LOOK FOR, ITMEW, I NOW TOO MANiy I yMi yCll l llm.-jM, I Mr! MIS5NOETW jtA WE'EE ENEMV PLANES- J? M 'fH it!fflffi 1 1 ! ' ALSO' : j DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charge anywhere. Phone collect 1J-K-H, Albany. If no answer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. ml4-tf NOTICE CALE A MONTGOMERY, WHO are advertising in this paper for worthless horses and cows, arc in no way con nected with my place. Cecil- Montgomery. m26-a20 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. m20-al3 CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. 14-F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. m!4-tf I CKDM'T see whct 'THE WE GOT TO BE SO SNOOTV ABOUT- OUST ordinary small-town kids, as near as FRIENDS . THE BOY SHOVS EXCEPTIONAL AF ' rry along scie. - I TIFIC LINES ! HE-WON A CONTEST FOR A JUVENILE ELECTRICAL-EX- ,, PERIMENTATION, SPONSORED BY AN EDISON GROUP! MJLt -TuB'4 IM LOOSE -LET" 'M WGM'T 'V THT Ot.' CAR Si UCJGC5SE t -g-c5 . . I CAN .SEE- bsuX j ee 1 s : AW-i?:C?rlT, J LA.w t iZ.L ACE HIGH Thompson and Coll BY BLOSSER BY HAMLIN THEV CALlEdWBLUcr. ' C T" A ) 7r-k LIKETAO(. 'f ) PUJS r ). SAVED . FEDM TWE PERIL'S OF BEING LOST IW THE -rUWQLE, BYTME TIMELV AERIVAL. OP LEW FOLLOWS THE ORIENTAL TO THE TEACKS FRECKLES AND HIS WHAT HAVE tU FOUND MOTHER IS A L WIDOW WITH A I SMALL INCOME .' I HOME ENVIRONMENT ABOVE v dor about THE COOK AVERAGE! SCHOOL BOY? BEHAVIOR PERFECT" 1 ALLEY OOP TH ICE2't OF THAT OL' ( CS0A . 4ViM' HED FUT V IF H DOST STOP CHAS L H;v,.' . 1 &OTTA COOS - w , HE'S HAD LITTLE OPPORTUNITY, DUE TO FINANCIAL REASONS, BUT HAS SHOWN REMARKABLE PROGRESS FOR A BOY OF HIS "YEARS." THE GRAND ALBANY BUSINESS DIRECTORY The merchants and professional people listed on this page ! known as Albany's most reliable business men and women. Call on them today. Please mention that you saw their ad. In ma Democrat-Herald. ' ': NON THE 'C0NTRry...HE LEANS THE OTHER WAY! HE WAS NAMED ''SYLVESTER'', AWD WAS FORCED TO DO A I LOT OF HONORABLE " FIGHTING TO EARN 7.f uie LIU-WLIAMCT rye ''kjirrrv'f WISER AT BAY OH, 3T2 1M SMICC. INC. T. M. DEC mm . Jy. 71 VNW - SOU CAM GO DO OKAY -1 VVARNEO 'EM - WOW, , OAWGED DIWOSAUR AGAIKJ. WELL, 'SWCT MORE'M I HERE'S .WHERE I DOW' '. STUPP -1 HOPE.' m ' V . EKPECTtR' . SAy A WORO - 1 DON T - IFW y KUM THAT GO AT ALL TH' PLA OL.' GOAT ALL OVER TH' PLACE ( HEM j ATTORNEYS ' MARKS It McMAHAN ' ' Attorneys at Law -lit Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 298 AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Oasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st it Montgomery Sts, Phone 371. AUTO REPAIRING T. K. HUUERVS AT KELLY? Oarage. Towing tt Wrecker, ph 80 CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 409 W. Pint -. i Phone 7. . ? FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUO STORE FOB nvrntht ftlm mrvir FUNERAL DIRECTOR rORTMILLER FUNERAL HOMI Day or Night phons: M7- 1 V . ..' Am' U. S. PT. Off ' r-

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