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THE ALBANY DEMOCrAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1936 4- 6.00U' 6.50. NEW TODAY CA8H PAID FOR U8ED FURNITURE, etc' "Look In your attic." Cha. Rohr-bouch Son. 416 W. First St. il-U FOR SALE AND TRADE MARE AND ueldine. 11T5 lb.: also gprinirPr'cbWs. W mi. No. of Hiilriey on Pacific Hwy. Arthur Lewin. aT-y Senators Widow NOTICE CALE ft MONTGOMERY, WHO are advertising In this paper for worthless horses and cows, are in no way connected with my place. Cecil Monlitoro-ery. m'6-a6 no fed steem offered, quotable to $8.00: few fed heifers 6..10ftl 7.00 ; light stock steers down to $1.75 ; low cutter and cutter cows $2.764t,4.76 : common-medium cows quotable $4.60Ai 6.50 ; good beef cows title-able to $6.0fl; bulls $5.00l6.75 ; vealers $10 down. Answer to Previous VuuIr H10INiEYBTrri fDTg"iOiNEI$ p oIn tHA l pTrjLT: P E NIlDB 0 OiPHBL EW 0 f fenrnAiNis ijEiai So L APf I f HEPRnYjR WANTED WORK KY tfOUR OR DAY by ex jx woman. Can furn. rvl. Lula Morse. Rt. 1, Albany. . 7 ROOSTERS FOR SALE AT THE ARS- old Kkk Ranch every Thursday for tl per 10 U. AUo a few hundred chirks for the last of April and Bronxe poult any week in J une. L. K. A mold, Lebanon, Ore. Phone H.. -7-8 WANTED ELDERLY WOMAN TO DO housework for elderly couple Ht Wei If dale, no washinn. inquire A. A. Garrett. RL 4, Albany, Phone 38-K-3. aT-'J WANTED TO BUY LIVE CHICKENS. Hbcheftt cash priced paid. I'hone 104. Harry's Market. uT-9 WANTED BALED CLOVER OR OAT and vetch hiiy. M. Sender & Co. o7-H M IN U HfflHO MA qtlK A & t IN A" i lOlIe E R Silt 1 1 lelc K R TPPAk A f EISl ' mBElgSliaDMjOjiiAiir.iDrr lupin 1 icpr 1 onwjnfflioi:i hg-T-TwtgigT i h IE 1ft 1 rfgl I HOHIZO.NT.VI, lWho Id pictured here? S She was appointed (o the U. S. A. . 13 Black. 14 Hangman's knot. 16 Grandpa-rental. 17 Ancient. 15 Lazy person. 19 By. 20 Tiny. 21 Italian river. 22 On on (music) 24 Thing. 26 Need. 25 High terrace. : 30 Challenged. 33 Stir. 35 Grass blade. 38 Due. 39 Cubic meter. 41 Spruce. 42 Moist. 43 Disperses. 45 Wrath. 4C Work of skill. TRADE ALBANY PROPERTY FOR boune in Lebanon. Address Box 1629, cure Democrat-Hera Id. u"-9 V FOR SALE CORN ON THE COB. lc LB. Brine tacks. Joe Wooldridtre, RL 2. l' mi. west of Dever. 7-8 47 Musical note. 48 Resin. GO Packs away. 53 Stabs. 55 English coin. 57 Mother-ot- pearl. 5S Guided. 59 Modest. VKRTICAI. 1 Note in scale. 2 Instrument. 3 Shoe bottom. 4 To finish. FOR RENT 5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. Call at 1C39 E. th. T RHODE ISLAND RED CHIX. BLOOD-Kitted. Olive Morton. Lebanon. Phone WANTED MILK COW TO KEEP FOR ute of same or will share part of milk. Good pasture. WJm, HtMbrook, So. Ferry St. a7-9 FOR SALE "aTsPOTTED AND WHITE brood "sows with '21 piirs. $UKt. Grimm alfalfa seed, 'lie; seed oats, wheat, barley and clover seed: Katahdin potatoes, 2V A :ic. Paying 85c Zimmerman wheat any location. 30c wool. 40c mohair. Pnyihjr $10 for out and clover hay. Phone 113 morn-intttt or evi'ninirs. Farmers' Seed Account. Brownsville. a-9 WANTED EWES WITH OR WITHOUT lambs. Also beef ft piirs. S. E. Eicher. Albany, Rt. 1. Phone 12-F-13. a.-9-S FOR SALE 1931 HUDSON LIGHT S Sedan. Economical to operate. Nice finish and upholstery and runs excellent. $350. Phone 682-L. 6-7 1 For Sale Real Estate FOR SALE BY OWNER 6-ROOM house, 4 lots near Albany Colleire. barn, hen house. Karaite, electric water system, bath, septic tank,, fruit, fcarden. $1600. Small down payment, bal. like rent at 5 tier cent interest. Inquire 337 E. 6th St.. Phone 194-J. a6-7 6 Poultry, Egg WHITE LEGHORN COCKERELS BY Thurs. und Frl. delivery, $1 per 100. Bi'itiK boxes. Jenks Hatchery, Tnntrent, Ore., Phone 5-F-31. aG-8 Livestock FOR SALE HEAVY TEAM OF BLACK horses, 7 and 9 yrs.. true and sound. See Guy Thompson, Club Pool Hall. Albany. a-8 DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charjte anywhere. Phone collect 14-F-14, Albany. If no answer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. m!4-tf 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 hones and cows. Day-old calves. Pb. 14- F-14 Albany, 'Cecil Montgomery. m!4-tf 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal BONE DRY WRECK WOOD CUT TO length. Madison School, 3rd A Madison, Albany. Ore. a2-8-S GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. OfcLlV-ered In any length. Lester Chilcote, 1606 Santiam Rd. P he lie 784-R. j20-tf WRECKING : BIG SCHOOL BLDGS. Lumber $4 and up. Planks, flooring, siding, sheeting 2x2. 2x6, 2x12 2.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 PRICE. Claude Wright, pTione 266-J, 638 E. 6th St. m20-tf 13 For sale Miscellaneous HIGHEST QUALITY FRUIT AN NUT trees, shrubs, rose bushes, shade tress. Send for price I ist. Settlemeier B ro. Nurseries. Rt. 8. Albany. nZl-tf 15 For Rent. Houses, Apts, ELLSWORTH APTS. HEAT. OVER- tuffed furniture. Ph. 8ft. 806 Ellsworth. 6-tf 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 und Hervlce experts. Write fully, giving age. phone, present occupation. Utilities Eng. Inst., care Democrat -Herald . a6-7 24 Wanted. Miscellaneous WANTED WOOL A MOHAIR . Cash advanced on contract. No interest charged. We always pay market price. See us before you sell. SAM FRAGER Albany Bargain House. Cor. 2nd, A Baker. m28-al!8 OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at XVwion'a Drug Store. marltf CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD. DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old jewelry, watch cases, etc. F. M. French A Sou, Jewelers. dSDtf SHtfEP Lambs . , Yearling Live Dressed ... ... $7,604(8.60 ... 2.0013.00 .. 6.0066.06 7c 12MiC POULTRY (Swift a On pa ay) No. 1 hana. tn 6 Ibr. ....... Kw i4 hens, over 6 lbs. Nu. 1 medium hens, over SVj lbs. No. 1 medium hens, under lbs, Colored mprfnga No. 1 broilers, 1 to 2 lbs., . Roosters Stags 1. ....... . . . 17c .. .17o ...loc ...15c ...17c ...16c . , ' ,..16c EGGS All Prices Are Delivered Albany Cases Returnee Extras ...18c ...17c ...tfic ...13c ...18c ,..17c ...13c ...18c ...10c ....8c . 12',-jC ...Sic Standards Extra medium . . . Standard medium Brown extras . , Dirty extras Undent rades Pallets ... Pee Live T..v rested BUTTERFAT grade tirade 30c. grade 28c SHEEP Lambs $8.26(39.00 Portland Market Review Portland. Ore., April 7. Cube first and prime firsts advanced one-half rent a pound on the butter market today. llutterfat was boosed one cent. Ekk trading was steady, but without price change. There' was greater "demand for ive poulry for the Easter trade. Prices firmer to fractionally higher, Mexican tomatoes are lower. New potatoes are firm and higher in Lettuce is firm. . w v spots. . , There are practically no beats, turnips or radishes on the market. " " Old potatoes continue ta strengthen in price here. . , -i Aitichokes are firmer up to $2,60 box for best, t, PORTLAND LIVESTOCK (Ily U. S. Dept. of Agriculture) Portland, Ore., April 7. Hogs : Re ceipts 100 : steady ; good-choice d rivet ns S10.7661 10.86 ; load lots quotable to 1 1.0ft; heavies scarce; alaughter pigs $10.00 (iK 10.26 ; packing sows around $H.60 ; feeder pigs quotable $10.266i 10.76. Cattle: 100; calve - 10 ; early sales around steady at Monday's 2fiC lower close By i . . . "ei saIS "m ST" 37" it, 35 w " v " T" A? h "" H qE ( v ST '35 - jit j NORTH ALBANY ACREAGE Dandy acre ripht on the highway. Rood house, fruit and nuts. The best buy ever offen-d In North Albany at only $1700. . IRVINE U HOOD. Phone 3t)0 ft ACRES RIVER BOTTOM Located between Holley and Craw fords ville, -riRht between highway and river. This ia real soU. Offered for a few days at tnly $800. Wil Hake soldiers' bonus certificate as part or all. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300. 6-lf NON-RESIDENT SAYS SELL: 80 acre farm In Benton County with new house, ruth ue and poultry house. About 05 acres In cultivation and In crop with one. third of crop to purchaser. About 30 acres ol good oak timber, estimated to cut 750 to 1000 cords of wood for which there is a fine market. Price reduced on account of sickness from $5000.00 to $3375.00. One-half cash, balance easy terms. ' Tripp Murphy. . . a7-tf OUTSTANDING FARM BUY 171 ACRES 1 mile from town 165 acres cultivated, fair fnnn blduB. Price $8600.00 can huy this farm on easy payments at ,)l, per cent. .- Trad Portland House for Albany. ... Loans On Farms. C. M. DOLLARHIDE CO. m3Q-tf WE HAVE SEVERAL VERY FINE ranse specials in addition to the ones mentioned In our regular ads. Mountain Staes .Power Co. , . f!7 , Little Orphan Annie Other Comics WAKE UP; McKLOSKEY iRHteo 1 WATCH WHERE A fwO Mk'. YOO'RE GOIN', - ,onK quick' - t - . tWr' -ANVIL' . TH BIG GEE WHIZ! YEAH? Tch! tch HERE- I'LL WASH 'EM OFF FOR VUH- . VUH GOT MV BOOKS ALL OVER DIRT-- 1 re rB Azz pHn7Xc"L0SKEV L0UT 1 . r 1 a . vwi 1 1 1 uuun 1 n 1 1 ry ,u!Lt1Si ANB SOCK H 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 DM) Kttre. , m24-a24 30 Miscellaneous Classified PAINTING, WALL PAPERING. INTER-ior decorating that's different Phone 42 or 513-L. Wilbur Dawson A Claire Snyder ntSO-tf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED BY automatic machine. Warner Hardware. Phone SSI -J.' . mlO-alO i MONET TO LOAN ON WELL-IMPROV-' ed farms. Low rale Interest. Wm. Bain. Albany. flO-tf HELP TBI NEEDY The Salvation Army needs fruit. veg-blea. clothing .etc.. to help needy people in emergency cases. Money, too, if you care to contribute. We have no telephone,, but bring St what you have to donate or drop s a card and we'll call for It Cspt. Bert Bailey. M East First St. Albany. TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Prices .quoted below are those prevailing at 11 o'clock a as. on day of publication, and are subject to chant at any hour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders Co. WIEAT: No. 1 white 75c : red and mixid,'73c bushel. ' BARLEY: Hansen, S21.00 ton. OATS: White. No. 1, 618.00; gray No. 1, 3.00: gray feed $20.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound 30c Mohair, per pound 40c MEATS (D. E. Nebcrgall Meat Co.) CATTLE Steers I4.00Q6.00 Heirera 3. 00 & 6. 00 Bulla ; 8.00444.26 Cowa, beef S. 004.00 Cowa, cutters 1.002,66 fl 0(28 160 to 160 pounds S 8.76 160 to 210 pounds 9.25Q10.26 210 to 2S0 pounds 8.7S 9.76 250 to 360 pounds 8.75(? 9.00 3fi0 pounds up , 7.00 7.70 IT'S "ANVIL" y McCLOSKEy- IN THE MEANTIME, WVSTER, WITM JACK. STILL HIS PEISONEE, ARRIVES IN MARUM, THE U BAN IAN CAPITAL WITNESS GA7COKIE , GATOOKIE, LOCK If WISE 60. CH? MIFUNH r ELLOVJ i ain't he 1L "lSugh w 1 "nw ' 1 1 a unr. urr 11 11- 1 - - ' i vzzsA D A R C j I Sheep: Receipts 1.400. Including 668 di. rect ; ualcable supply includes five decks California spring lambs ; few early sales trucked in springer steady at $10.60 H 11.00 undertone weaker on others; choice woolcd old crop lambs elitiible to $10 or above ; fat wouled ewes quotable $6.60 6.00. THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE The following pieces were named to be effective today : Butter: Cube 31c: standards 30dc : prime firsts 30?c; firsts 291!c lb. Cheese: Oregon triplets 16c: Orenon loaf llrokei-s will iuiy below quotations. Ettgs : Produce Exchange quotntloni between dealers : Extra large 18c ; standards large 17c; extras medium 17c; standards medium 16c Jobbing prices 2c higher. PORTLAND WHOLESALE PRICES . These are the prices retailers pay whole salers, except where otherwise stated: Butter: Prints, A grade, 33 '.jc lb. In parchment wrapper. 34410 in cartons; B grade, parchment wrapper, 32Hic; carton 33yc lbl. Ilutterfat: Portland delivery; A grade, delivered at least twice weekly, 33 36e lb.; country routes 31(34c; U grade 32fl 83c lb. ; C grade at market. B Grade Cream for Market: Buying price, butt erf at basis, 636o lb. Cheese: Selling price to Portland retail-era: Tillamook triplets 21c; loaf 22c lb. Tillamook selling price to wholesalers: Triplets 19c; loaf 20c lb. Eggs: Buying price of wholesalers: Ex- as isc; standards 16c; extra mediuma Itlc : medium firsts 16c; undergrade 13c pullets 13c dosen. Milk: A grade, Portland delivery, K81&C lb. butterrut basis for 4 per cent. Live Poultry: Portland delivery, buying prtce: Colored hens, over 4.j lbs., 179MHc : under 4fe lbs.. IHiIOc; leghorn hens, over 3'(, lbs., 16ril7c; under 3 Itts., 16M'.16c leghorn broilers, 1 to ,l llw., 16M 16c do lbs. up lTfu lKc; colored ipringa. 2 lbs. and up. 19U20c roasters, 8flii9cj iekin ducks, young, 14fttl7c: geese Ufa 12c lb. Live Poultry: Selling price by wholesalers: Lluht hens lCry.a&iic ; medium hetui IflHr'frlTc: colored hens 19c; broilers 16j(j lie; springs 22c ; pekin ducks young 176l 18c ; do colored 10tfN5c : rauoni. over 7 lbs... 244i25e lb.; guinea hens, 60c each. Turkeys: Dressed, selling price to re tailers: No. 1 hens, 23c: toins 22(ff22e lb. Turkeys: Dressed, buying price: New crop hens. No. 1, 22c lb. FRESH FRUIT Apples: Delicious, extra fancy. $1.70; do Bv HAROLD GRAY Thompson and Coll SPLENDID, MAJOR! HYSTERf WHAT WOULD My iPOOECOUNTEY DO WITHOUT BY BLOSSER WHY, I CAN GET WITNESSES TO TESTIFY THAT SYLVESTER ONCE WORKED AS OFFICE BOY A CROOKED CONCERN; AND WAS DISCHARGED . FOR BEING HONEST.'.' BY HANJLjN ' ' r . i'i.y 20 She Is -the', of Huey Lone fpl.). .: 21 Tablet. 23 Onager. 25 To rise high. 26 To marry. 27 Makes lace. 28 Greater. 29 Ready. 31 Reverence. 32 To soak, flax. 34 Bemoans. 30 Silkworm. 37 Ozone. AS Perches. 40 Measures of , cloth. 43 Doctor.. 44 South America.. 46 Sharp and harsh. 45 To lend. 49 The bow, 51 Balsam. 02 Valley. 53 Antelope, 54 To harden. 56 Horn. 5 Vegetable . To bow. . ' Precious metal. S She will in ber slain husband's place. 9 To doze. 10 To affirm. 11 Container weight. 12 Deity. 15 Southeast. jection of said D. L. C which is 27.40 chains ' East of - the Northwest corner of said West projection, : thence East" "5.04 chains to a point wHlchMs '47 links East of an interior corner of said D. L. C, thence South 2 12' East 38.34 chains more or less to the center of a county road, thence West along the center of said county road 4.47 - chains, more or less, to a point due North Of the place of ber ginning, thence South 2.00 chains, more or less,' to the place of beginning, containing 56.20 acres, more or less; ' ALSO, Lot No. 1 of Section 2 in Township eleven South, Range three West of the Willamette Meridian, Oregon, con ; taining 12.30 acres. ' 1 ' ' ALSO, ' Beginning '. at the Northeast corner of the North projection of the Donation Land Claim of Christian Miller and Mary Miller, his wife, being Notification No. 712 and Claim No. 41, in Township 11 South of Range 3 West of the WUL ' lamette - Meridian, in Linn County, Oregon, and running thence South on the East bourr-dary line of said Claim 14.8S chains to the center of a 'Coun ty Road to a point which lis 4.00 chains North of a corner of said Donation Land Claim-, thence West 2 rods; thence North 14.33 chains to the North boundary line of said claim; thence East 2 rods to the place of beginning, containing 70100 acres, more or less. !" Save and excepting from the foregoing described premises 'a tract of 1.32 acres conveyed by Maggie Ackerman and M. Ack-erman, her husband, to Fay Ijil. Miller by deed recorded at page 251 of Book 118, Records of Deeds for Linn County, Oregon, and a second tract of 1.60 acres conveyed by Maggie Ackerman and M. Ackerman, her huB-band, to Fay M. Miller arid Verl V. Miller by deed recorded at page 252 Book 118, Records of Deeds for Linn County, Oregon. The said premises hereby conveyed containing in the aggregate 6G.34 acres and all lying and being situate in the County of Linn and State of Oregon. ' HERBERT SHELTON, Sheriff of Linn County, Oregon. MARKS & McMAHAN, Albany, Oregon, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Mar 31 Apr 7 14 21 INSURANCE OWEN BEAM AGENCY I Opposite P. O. Established 1911 WM. BAIN, INSURANCE. M'VNt to loan, farm security. PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS Ql the market for eggs, poultry. vm' and cream. ' " SHOE REPAIRING MUSGRAVE'S SHOE SHOP, 1SS Lyon. Motto, Quality and Senrtes). WASHING MACHINE8 OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWE.- Maytag, Easy, Trior wasnera. WELDING BLACKSMRBINO SNYDER & SON - BEAR AUOH Ing frames, axles straightened. - WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER & SON ' Well Drillers ; "We solicit your Inquiries," Eugene, Occgut ( A DEATH WARRANT MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse VOUR MAJESTY, I HAVE WERE THE DEATH WAEEANT FOR A DANGEROUS "SPV, WHOM I HAD THE GOOD FORTUNE TO DISCOVER WITHIM OUR. LIMES fancy $1.4R: Nt'Wtownii, extra fancy, $1.70; do fancy $1.45 ; do fnco and fill, fancy, j HSc ; do face ami fill, choice, 6Bc ; Spitzcn. brir, extra fancy, $1.40 ; do combination, $1.11 ; Romo Ilcauty, jumulc, 2Vjc lt. : WinciiatM, extrn fancy, $1.6G ; dD fancy. $1.40: do jumble, extra fancy, 3c lb. Banana. : ltunch SVjCl handa Ofii'Sie lb. Pears: D'Anjnu. cboco, $1.76 box. Oranstw: California navelH, fancy, $3.00 choice $2,7E(u ii.KD ; atandards $2.65 case. aranefrult: Arixonn Il.s0lil2.40 cane; Florida U.00r,H.m cano Lemoni: California, fancy, $K.2fi5.S0 caie; choice $4,6016.00 cane. FRE8H VEGETAI1LES Polatoei: Local, $1.(0 cental; Klamath $2.26CiT2.60 cental ; Scappoose netted Remx $l.S04rl.76: Ueaehutea netted rtim $2,0l)ti: 2.26 cental. 1'eaw: California $4.000M.36 hamper. Celery: California $2.An6l'2.75 crate. Spinach: Tho Poll 86c I local H.0II6I 1.10 box. .-. Onlona: Orcffon $l,16liil.26 cental. Tomatoes: Mexican, $4.00 lug repacked, packed. Lettuce: Arizona. $2.76f(f3.00 crate; Imperial $2.00f( 2.60 crate. Sweet I'otatoea: California $1.00 60.1b. crate; soul hern yarn. $1,011 crate. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of mortgage foreclo sure execution issued by Circuit Court of State of Oregon for Linn Lounty in suit: "No. 17528 ANTON I A J. LE1NINGER, Plaintiff vs. ALBANY HOLDING COMPANY, a corporation, Defendant," therein pending, and to me di rected, I shall on Thursday, the autn day or April, liwti, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon thereof, at the front door of the County Court House at Albany. On-con. sell at public auction for cash all right, title and interest hud and possessed by said defendant, on or since the flth day of May, 1933. in and to the following described real property: beginning at the southwest corner of the D. L. C. of John Earl and Frances Earl, his wife, Not. No. 1713 and Claim No. 60 In Township 1 1 South, Range 3 West and Claim No. 41 in Township 10 South, Range 3 W. of the Willamette Meridian, said southwest corner being situated in the northwest quarter of Section One in said Township 11 South, Range 3 West and running thence N. 3536' West 34.72 chains to a point which is South 35"30' East 15.04 chuins, distant from the northwest corner of the west projection of said D. L. C, thence N. 50'50' East 22.29 chnlns to a point on the North boundary line of the West pro- ia. r rrv .. FEAR. NOTHING Miss NORTH-'TIS ONLV WAY TO SAVE LIVES. 'WJ IN TEAKJCE, WE LIVE WEEK'S, Jf TILL DISCOVERED BY NATIVES; Afl i OB- TEAIN - EE LAV, PLEASE .... p COVE El N6 MYEA WITH COOL - - r LEAVES, TO PROTECT WEB AGAINST THE? SUN'S HEAT LEW WEN TIES HIS TO A STICK, AS A SIGNAL -TMEJ4 PEEPAEES TO 5INK. INTO THE ' CATALEPTIC TEANCE, HIMSELP TT7 ' HIS N RECORD J IHOVv' HAVE TO 'APPEAR FC MUST AT, A DATE SET BY 'JUVENILE COURT? THE ) WILL DECIDE THE A TO THE DUNGEOU WITH HIM v;: I'M SORRY FDR yt)U AND THE BOV MRS. COOK BUT; As the case stands, YOUR SDH BROKE INTO A DRUG STORE, AND HAS SHOWN NO PROOF .THAT HE ACTUALLY ENTERED rr TO MAKE A PUR- 1 r; ! 9 ME IN TH' EYE ) gallopim ' NOW VA gE &OOLEY 7 IN MS) "J AD I owr.v mv, ' 1 CHARACTER : : m : LONGY HE'LL HE STAY J TRIAL HERE? THE COURT FRIENDS OF COURSE ,'T. 1 FACT THAT WRE HIS MOTHER HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH INFLUENCING You? 'X: 1 FRECKLES AND HIS MUST you KEEP MY BOY HERE 1 HE DIDN'T DO ANYTHING ! ALLEY OOP r- V.' ..,. , . ...A WAftfV' t,:, '',, 'L TO LIKE: 1 rib y BELIZE A HE DIDWX - " It - mws.ir. 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 d. In dkt Democrat-Herald. ?THI GRAND WISER' TRUMPS ALLEY'S -A-GE ' I : V . yuu ake no DINOSAUR., BIG AN' HIGH.' . VCu're in my Power.' listen to me - A NICE LITTLE SONG BiRO. . 1 ATTORNEYS HARKS & McMAHAN Attorneys at Law lit Natl Bank Bldg. Phone 208 AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer, 1st 6c Montgomery Sts Phone 371. ' AUTO REPAIRING T. E. HULERyS AT KELLY'S Garage. Towing Si Wrecker, ph 80 CAftPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 409 W. rirai Phnn 7 FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STORE FOr ftvairnloht film rvtra FUNERAL DIRECTORS rORTMULLER FUNERAL HOMI l)AJ w Nit ptkOM; 447- . , v ., " . ' : f l- ' -Jyla : WELL. TMEffc GOES OL' DIKJNV ) AFTER TH' GRAMD IT LOCKS V WIZER A3AIN .' ) MYSTiC CHIEF C A Al l'Al AADi T' 1 ' K trSaimttCr: YJ. ftfmS V 'III J V. 11 I 1 1 '" NCA SI"Cf INC T. M. KtQ. II. . PT OFf. , .-. " v . . , " .... - "

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