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THURSDAY, APRIL" 9 1936 THE AtlAWT DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE THREE HLLS WORTH APTS. BEAT, OVEK-stuffed furniture. Ph. 36. 806 Ellsworth. a-tf FOR SALE AND TRADE MARE AND ireUlmK, 1475 lb. ; also springer cows, l'ij mi. No. of Hnlsey on Pacific Hwy. Arthur Lewin. aT-9 The Democrat-Herald Classified Rates. Edible Fruit TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS 1LIEINII INI vUCIeT ADS HORB THAN TWO LINKS ' 1 time, per word ...2c 3 consecutive times,' per word ..V.4c 1 8 consecutive times, per word Te Month, consecutive times, per word 20c READERS Count five average words, to lis. Set in caps doubU count. Per line, first insertion, 0c ; per line each additional insertion, 15c. Card of Thanks. 60c COPY DEADLINES Classified cony 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. NEW TODAY DIRECT FROM THE MILL Itf.lMU mill ends, fine for cooktoves. 13. M per cord. - Heavy old -growth -4 ft. slab,- $3 in load lots. Sawdust and shavings. Albany FUel Co., Inc.. 316 Calaiooia St. I'hone 62. &Ht FOB 8A1.E 1K29 FORD COACH, S WIRE wheel, side mounts, just repainted, new tire, clean upholstery, a sweet little job. Uurgoyne Motors, 1-7 E. 2nd. aW-S EASTBURN BOTH AUCTION MKT., biff sale Saturday 11 a. in. 3 head horttes, 6 head Rood cows, heifero, calves, pittH, shoatH, chickens, farm machinery, wagon, harrow, furniture, beds, Bpi-ingc., mattresses, dressera, tables, chains, rwl;-ers, davenport, dishes, cooking utensils, toq'ls,' plants, apples, spuds, corn, chop and lots of qthcr merchandise, tiring in what you have to sell. Dan 11. Roth, Auctioneer. a'J-S IT E 10 PJaIl ElRl. A S Ue ARN U!lElsClrflA CflBW Alg l U aTl ftZ EjTH6nPAlRS El!) lUrllArPlEiKigl IIOIIIZOXTAI, I Fruit, famous tor its juice. S Its are used (or bridal wreaths. 12 Hodnopodge. 13 Golf device. 14 Container weight. 15 To eject. 16 To depnrt. 18 Granted facts. 20 Mover's truck. 21 Tollers. 2.1 Guided. 24 Kinship on mother's side. 26 Card came. 27 Subsided. 29 Therefore. 30 Snatches. 31 Sailor. IS Behold. 4 Guitar stop. 36 Deity 3S Death notice. 40 Korce. 42 Snaky fish. Answer to To flatter. Striped fabric. Spikes. Limb. ' To unweave. Fume. Hull! Reclon. The raising of this fruit Is a valuable It Is a species of . INII IKIOILIAIYI B A f E If A LlA OMEBtiMELSS LEA HUE N I IT IE OE Nis nM Al1l Jn Gl wue imeIm ISO V f IT TBI A FffWE Q 29 Trades TRADE ALBANY PROPERTY FOR house in Lebanon. Address Box 1629, care Democrat -Herald. a7-9 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTED TO RENT 75 TO 100 ACRES sheep pasture land for six month. F. H. Pfeiffer, Albany. Phone 63 4-J. a $-10 WANTED WOOL MOHAIH Cash advanced on contract. No interest chanted. We always pay market price. See us before you sell. SAM FRAGER Albany Bargain Home, Cor. 2nd & Raker. OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at rvjWBon'a Drug Store. marltf CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD. DENTAL crowns, briditei. fillings, old Jewelry, watch cases, etc, F. M. French ft Sou. Jewelers. dSOtt CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE. etc. "Look in your attic" Chaa. Rohr-bouih A Son, ,15 W. First St. Jl-tf 21 Help Wanted, Female WANTED ELUKRLY WOMAN TO DO huusework for elderly couple at Wells-dale, no washtntr. lnuuire A. A. Garrett, Rt. -I, Albany, Phone 3S-F-3. 7- 33 Personal STOMACH ULCF.R. 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 Dnnr Store. m24-a24 30 Miscellaneous Classified PAINTING. WALL PAPERING, INTEH-ior decorating thnt's different. Phone 42 or 6l:t-L. Wilbur Dawson & Claire Snyder. m30-tf LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED BY automatic machine. Warner Hardware, Phone SS1-J. mlu-alO MONEY TO LOAN ON WELL-IMPROV-ed farms. Low rale Interest. Wm. Rain, Albany. flO-tf HELP TUB NEEDY 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 Bailey. 840 East First St.. Albany. "ANVIL"- ' WE DIDN'T MEAN , NOTHIN WHV, WE THOUGHT YOO'D- . 1, A By 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. Co nail is. m20-alS CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. H-F-H Albany, Cecil Montgomery. mU-tf ! WANTED EWES WITH OR WITHOUT ' lambs. Also beef t pigs. S. E. Eicher. ! Albany, Rt. 1. Phone 12-F-13. a7-9-S 12 For Sale Used Cars EXCEPTIONAL VALUES 1934 Plymouth DeLuxe Sedan ly;13 Plymouth Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1!33 Chevrolet Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1027 Buick Standard Sedan Several 1929 to luSul Kurds. Cars as low as $35.00. These care are all reconditioned and guaranteed. ALBANY AUTO CO. Buicks and Chevrolet a8-10-S9 14 Furniture WANTED FLAT TOP LIGHT OAK desk with tyjte writer drawer, or will consider typing desk. Price must be reasonable. Addretu No. 1648, care Democrat-Herald. a8-9 13 For sale, Miscellaneous FOR SALE 9 TUBE OZARK A RADIO, console model, like new. Call 638-R. a8-10 FOR SALE 11. FT. ALL-METAL ROW-bont, $18 carib., 618 Montgomery St. a8-10 WRECKING 2 BIG SCHOOL BLDGS. Lumber $4 and up. Planks, flooring, siding, sheeting 2x2. 2x6. 2x12 2jxl8 and 3x12. Casings & mouldings. Bricks $4 per M. Pipe, lath, dry wood cut to length. Salesman on job 3rd & Madison St., Albany, Ore. a2-16-S HIGHEST QUALITY FRUIT AND NUT trees, shrubs, rose bwhes, shade trees. Send for price list. ScttU-meier Bros. Nurseries, RL 8. Albany. n21-tf IS For Rent, Houses, Apts. FOR RENT S-ROOM PLASTERED house, basement, garage, garden and fruit. $16 mo. 1316 E. 2nd. a8-10 fc Tr-r e IN T 5-HO 6 MM o n E R n"ho us e' Garugtt garden spot. Coll at 1239 E. 8th. SOME GUYS THE SPOT I 1. Jh " I. iO ! ' " 'A, C 3tT 37" T iB 35 0 A myTi KST 44 ! AiT 4t 47 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 rr 1 I 1 O ' ' 1 ' r FOR SALE 193 DUKANT SEDAN, 1929 Ford Roadster, 1928 Whippet Coupe anil Coach. Burjtoyne Motors, 127 E. 2nd. oi)-S WE HAVE SEVERAL VERY FINE ranre specials in addition to the ones mentioned in our regular ads. Mountain SUrfl Power Co. , fl7 AUCTION SAT. NEXT AT SUDTELL'S Auction Mart, 12:30 p. m. . Bald face team of sorrels, & yr, horse 9 yr. ' Jersey . heifer fresh 4 weeks, Jersey heifer fresh soon, Guernsey bull of breeding age, calv&. pigs, chickens, plow, feed cutter, cream separator, chop, potatoes, apples. Icebox, shave case, table," chairs, bel, Uxlfi Wilton ruse, and lots of goods nut lUte-d. Bring in what you have to sell. Lota of buyers. Ben T. Sudtell, Auctioneer. -, n9-S UlCYCl.E FOR SALE IN GOOD Condition. Price 910. See Rodney Tripp at 08 W. First. a9 NON-RESIDENT SAYS SELL . NfVer in the history of Albany has there been a house sold of like value at thin, price. Two extra . fine lots, . paved streft, fruit, fine location, the house itself would cost $8000 to replace; hardwood floors in front rooms, fireplace, full basement,- This property Is offered for a few days' only at $30O, which is only a fraction of Its real value. Located at 022 West 1th street. Drive by but do not dUturb the tenant. Please act quickly on this as It will not last. ' IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 a-fitf GUERNSEY BULL FOR SALE, WELL bred, 2j yr. old. R. A. Hutching, 2'f. mi. 8. E. Shedd, Ore., on Mill-Woods Ranch. oil-ll Little Orphan Annie And Other Comics WANTED TO BUY LIVE CHICKENS. Highest cash prices paid. Phone H'4, Harrys Market. . u7- 1 1 Hay, Grain Feed FOR SALE HANSCEN BARLEY; ALSO 3-grain oats, lVic lb., special price ton lots. Widmer Bros., Phone 68-F-3. a8-10 WANTED BALED CLOVER OR OAT and vetch hay. M. Senders ft Co. a7-9 6 For Sale, Wood and Coal GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. OEL1V-ered in any length. Lester Chilcote. 1606 Santiam Rd. Phone 734-R. j20-tf THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wrigtit, ptiono 266-J, 638 E. 6th St. m20-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 SALE 2 SPOTTED AND WHITE brood sows with 21 pigs, $100. Grimm alfalfa seed. 24c ; seed oats, wheat, barley and clover seed; Katahdin. potatoes, 2 & 3c. Paying 86c Zimmerman wheat any location, 30c wool, 40c mohair. Paying $10 for oat and clover hay. Phone 113 mornings or evenings. Farmers' Seed Account, Brownsville. a7-0 WANTED MILK COW TO KEEP FOR use of same or will share part of- milk. Good pasture. Wm. Holbrook, So. Ferry St. a7-9 NOTICE CALE A MONTGOMERY, WHO are advertising in this paper for worthless horses and cows, are in no way connected with my place. Cecil Montgomery. m26-a26 NO FIGURING JACK IS ON RATES AND INFORMATION Count six averace words to the line. " If your ad appears incorrectly, notify us immediately. We accept respon-libitity for one incorrect insertion. PHONE ADVERTISEMENTS Ads will be taken, oyer the telephone or by mail, y This is done for the convenience of the advertiser, and remittance should be mailed upon the receipt of invoice. Minimum 2 Li. 1 time 26c M:nimum 2 LI. 3 timet 60c Minimum 2 Li. 6 times 85c Minimum 2 Li. Month . ..,..$2.60 Phone U FOR SALE HOLSTE1N BULL calf, 2 wks. old, eligible to res. Euatburn Auction Sat. oS BUY NOW j 4 Room Modern House, IV, lots, close to school, price $1000. $100 down and $lfi per mo. 1(5 Acres, Tangent district, a real farm and exceptionally well improved, the kind you get once in a lifetime. Price $1600. C. M. Dollartlide Co. aittf FOR SALE 1930 PONTIAC SEDAN, driven 33,000 actuol miles. Not a blemish on this car. Burgoync Motors, 127 E- 2nd. . a9-S Good Dairy Ranch, large barn and house 180 acres with half for cultivation and balance good pasture. Electricity and $11100 down with extra easy terms at only 31j per cent. Another good River Bottom ranch with good buildings and can be bought with $1000 down and extra easy terms at only 3'.j per cent. On terms like this now is your real opportunity to acquire a farm at prices you will never be able to get again Is what we think. Tripp ft Murphy, Realtors. atHf WANTED WORK BY HOUR OR DAV: by exp. woman. Can furn. ref. Lula Morse, 604 Ellsworth. Phone 236-K. a!) MEN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH Route of 800 families. Reliable hustler should start earning $24 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Raw-leigh. Dept. ORD-l-S. Oakland, Cnlif. aS FOR SALE HAND PIECED TULIP -quilt. $lfi. Write Mrs. B. F.Lut. Lebanon, Ore. . b9-11 Poultry, Eggs ROOM FOR 3600 TURKEY EGGS IN OUR incubator. G. M. Aupperle, Jefferson. Phone Jefferson 43.F-3. ug-lu SHE CAN HIT - WILL. I ' . FRIENDS ICS? rgcclSTT FLASHING LEW WEN, THE SKY THEN, SWOOPS Price quoted below are those prevailing at 11 o'clock a. tn. on day of publication, and arc subject to change at any hour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders 4k Co. WHEAT: No. 1 white 77c: red and mixed. "fir bushel. BARLEY : Hansen. $21.00 ton. OATS : White. No. 1. JlK.tKi; gray No. $23.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. WOOL Woo, per pound 30c Mohair, per pound 42c MEATS D. E. Nebertall Meat Co.) CATTLE Steers ..$4.0086.00 Heifers 3.00(6.00 Bulls 3.00(i4.26 Cows, beef 3.O0fii4.0O Cowa. cutters 1.004,2.50 HOGS 150 to 160 pounds $ 8.76 160 to 210 pounds il.25Sri0.26 210 to 250 pounds 8.76W 0.75 250 to 350 pounds S.75(f9 0.00 350 pounds up 7.004J 7.75 Sows S.OOcij 6.50 SHUEP Lambs t7.50Q8.50 Ewes 2.00tf3.00 Yearlings 5.00(if 6.00' . VEAL Live 7Vjc Dressed 12MC POULTRY (Swift 4 Company) No. 1 hens. 4.j to 0 Ilia 17c No. 1 hens, over 0 lbs 17c No. 1 medium hens, over 3'i lbs 15c No. 1 medium hens, under 3',y lbs 15c Colored springs 17c No. 1 broilers: 14 to II lbs., 16c Roosters 7e Stags 10c EGGS All Prices Are Delivered Albany Cases Heturnen Extras 18c Standards : ...17c Extra medium ltic Standard medium 1 lie lirown extras 18c Dirty extrns 17c Undergrndes 13c Pullets 12c Pee wees 10c VEAL Live 8c Dressed : ..124c UUTTKRFAT grade 33c HAROLD GRAY I DON'T CARE WOT NOW THOUGHT-ONE MORE CRACK LIKE THAT 'BOUT HER AND I'LL BEAT WER EARS OFF-- SEE? By Thompson and Coll wm, BY BLOSSER I ?'A- ) 1 llT- IT frorA; 1 toa-eon ! I f JIM OTniC ' ) 'rcvious Tiizxlc 13 Threefold. ' 15 Its tree Is -an . 16 To view. 17 God of love. 19 Paid publicity. 21 Is victorious. 22 Carbon In smoke. 25 Sacred Interdiction. 2S Baseball stick. 31 Nominal. . 32 To devastate. 34 Accomplished 35 Kindled. 37 To acquire knowledge.. 39LIC8 In warmth.. . VERTlt'AI 3 Type of . , numeral. . . SrcrtninliiR to 41 Harem. tho nose sides. 4svased. 1 1nsect's epe-. 45 to collect tr 5 T proceed. 6 Ulrd's bilL 7 Flat 8 Street ' assessment. 46 To affirm. 47 An escort. 48 Dye. SOTtumanlan coin. 3 Work of skill. 9 Sorrowful. 10 Verbal, 11 To apportion. Turkeys: Dressed, buying price i New crop bens. No, 1, 22c lb. f, FRESH FRUIT Apples: Dcllcioui, extra fancy, $1.70; do fancy $1.45 ; Newtownt, extra fancy, $1.70 ; do fancy $1.45; do face and fill, fancy, 85c i do face and fill, choice, 65c '. SpitieD berg, extra fancy, $1.40; do combination. $1.26; Home Beauty, jumble, 2MjC lb.; Winesaps, extra fancy, $1.65; do fancy. $1.40 1 do jumble, extra fancy, 3c lb. Bananas: Bunch 6ftc; hands 6(i6c lb. -Pears: D'Anjou, choce, $1.75 box. Oranges: California navels, fancy, $3.00 (Ti'3.25 ; choice $2.762.85 ; standards $2.15 case. Grapefruit: Arizona $1.803 2. 40 ease; Florida $4.00)4.26 case. Spinach: The Dalles 75c; local 70gBe box. Unions : Oregon $1.151.26 cental. v ' FltKSH VEGETABLES Potatoes: Local, 91.60 cental; Klamath $2.25iW2.60 cental; Seappoose netted gems $1.606x1.76 ; Deschutes netted gems $2.00f 2.26 cental. . Peas: California $4.004.35 hamper. Celery: California $2.60Yr2.76 crate.. Tomatoes: Mexican, $4.00 lug repacked, packed. . . . . i ; Lettuce: Arizona, $2.753,00- crate ; Imperial $2.y0fu2.50 crate. Sweet Potatoes: California $1.90 60-lb. crate; southern yama $1.90 crate. . Cauliflower: lloaeburg $1.75'(i 1.85 ; California $1.85 crate. lthubarb: Hothouse, extra fancy $1.50; fancy $1.40; choice $1.00 per 15-lb, box; field grown $1.001.40. Cucumbers : Local, hothouse, 86c&$1.30 down. Bucon: 25'i.2CV'je lb. ' New PoUtoes: Florida $2.50 crate; Hawaiian $2.60'(2.65 per 60-lb. box. Asparagus: California $2.60((i 2.75 pyramid. MEATS AND PROVISIONS Country Meuls : Selling price to retailers: Country killed hogs, best butchers, tinder 150 II., 14'fXMc; veal era, No. 1, U'j Ci"16c; light and thin 10f,13c; heavy &r 12c; cutter cows 8(rxl0c; lambs, old, lttc; spring 20ri22c; ewes 6(i;iUc lb. Hams: 20(irt30c lb. Lard: Tierce bun in, llc lb, HOPS AND WOOL Hops: Nominal; 1035 clusters ?fft)c lb. Wool : 1U36 contracts, nominal ; Wi I lam-el to valley, medium, 80c lb.; coarse and braid 28c; eastern Oregon 2S28e; southern Idaho 30320 lb. CHILDREN SAVE PET DOG Missouri Valley, la. Wheri the price of a dog license seemed more than Mr. and Mrs. H- G. Johnson could afford, their three children Anna Marie, 10; George, 11, and Ruth, six quietly went a.bout raising the necessary $1.50, In two days they gathered and sold sufficient black walnuts to buy the license. . i Democrat-Herald Want Ads. Bring Resulta. J- INSURANCE OWEN BEAM AGENCY ' j Opposite P. O, Established 111 WM. BAIN, INSURANCE. Money to loan, farm security. PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS HI the market for eggs, poultry, vall and cream. SHOE REPAIRING i MUSGRAVE'S SHOE SHOP, 1S Lyon. Motto, Quality and Senrtcsj WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWt-Maytag, Easy, Thpr Washera. ; WELDING BLACKSMITHINQ SNYDER & SON - BEAR AUOM- ing frames, axles straightened. WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER It SON WcU Drillers "We solicit your inquiries" Eugene, Oregon MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse NOW THEN, MR.DETECTIVE-I rscurtiisiTfiATir in RATI ICO n Rt-nilo 3Jc C Kradc 3Ue SUEKP Lambs $8.26(39.00 Portland Market Review POltTLANI) LIVESTOCK Portlaml. Ore. April HtK 600: 2R8 dii-vct. Active. Fully stently to Bhipprr imU Iticnl Houbob. fiood choice 160-210 lbs. $10."f-10.K6. 2aO-2TO lh. JlO-lO.Kfi. .iKht liRhtii $10.2B. l'nckinit mot $8.50. Fet-dcrs 110.15-10.75 or ubovc. Cuttle: 100: 6 direct. Cnlvt-a 50. direct. Actlvo. Slendy to tronn. Oc- cnniomil itaWn ninde ut 2fic nliovo Mnn- lny'a low. No tvil Rlucrn of Cored enrly. Ouotrd upward to $H. llvifvni J6.rU-7. Cutters $3-4.25. Common to nu'tlium wal- urs $5-8, Clioicc quotnhlo $10. Sheep 200 j 115 direct. No early nates. Undertone wenk. AttkliiK $10 down on HMorttHl sprlnw lamlm, - Wonted - - laml nominally steady ut upwanln to $10. Knt ewea $6.50.(1. THE I'ltOllUCE EXCIIANtiE The followinic prices weru named to bo. effect ivo today: Jlutter: Cube extraM 33c ; standards 32l,t,c; prlmo firsts U'tc, finds .Mo lb. ChceHe: Oienii triplets 15', jc ; Ureon loaf lti'.ic 11 inkers will pay VjC below iiuotalions, Kkkb: l'roduco Kxclionuo quotations be tween dealers: Extra largo 18c ; standards lame He, extras medium 17c j standari'. medium 10c. JobbitiK prices 2c hiKher. rOIITLAND WHOLESALE PltlCES These are the prices retailers pay wlio lean lers, except where otherwise stated: Butler: i'rints, A terado ao'.ijc lb. In parchment wrapttcr, .lril-jc in carons t U uiade, purclniiL'iit wrapper. 114 '.-jc; carton 36 lie lb. liutterfnt: I'ortland delivery; A Krade, delivered t letutt twice weekly Nrtl.Mc lb.; country routes 'iVn.Whc; i grade UCit! It'ic lb. ; C grade at market. B Grade Cream for Market: Buying price, buttcrfnt basis, Cl'.e lb. Cheese: Selling price to I'ortland retail era: Tillamook triplets 21c; lonf 22c lb. Tillamook Bellintr price to wholesalers : TiipleU 10c; loaf 20c lb. Ekk : Buying price of wholenalers : Ex trns 18c; standards Itlc; extra mediums 16c; medium firsts 16c; undergrade Vic pullets 13c doEcn. Milk: A grade, Portland delivery, lb. butterfat basis for i per cent. Liva Poultry I I'ortland delivery, buying price: Colored hens, over lbs., 17frl8c; under 4 'A lbs.. 18ff. 10c: leghorn hens, over 'i'j lbs., 16" 17c; under lbs., 15&16c; leghorn broilers, 1 to Vi L lbs., lOjlOc ; do 1'4 lbs. up 17fi.lHc; colored springs, 2 lbs. and up, ID (ft 20c roasters, Sft.Oc ; iiekin ducks, young, 14');i7c; geese lirU2c lb. lAva Poultry: Selling price by wholesalers: Light hens lbOilb.c; medium bens lO'jlTc; colored hens l'Je ; broilers l&ftf,' 17c; springs 22c; iwkin ducks young1 17iU 18c; do colored lOflSc; c&ponn, over 7 lbs., 24251! lb.; guinea hens, 60o each. Turkeys : Dressed, Belling price to re tailers: No. ! hi-nn, 2nc; turns 22fiV2Je 1 BUT, I TELL VOU, IT'S VERY IMPORTANT FOR J I THE D06 IS TO DIE AT pi BARBABIC METHOD OF- EXECUTING SPIES -1 SAV "BARBARIC, BECAUSE THE U BANIANS ABE NOTORiOUSLy THE EMPEEOR TO SEE THIS, r NO FOOL ONCE I'LL TAKE I I ABULWITH THAT LETTER.! J I ATOMCE .' 1 AMfckUCAM ' , . V rnirraa ,-nr in his cell, Awaiting certain death, jack tries to bribe his guard TO TAKE THE LETTEE THE ADMIRAL W5 GIVEN HIM, TO THE EMPEGOE POOR. J&HOTSJ FRECKLES AND HIS EACH. TO MYRA AMD WE SEE A PLANE IM IT DRAWS CLOSE R,,AND 5K5HTIr4Q TWO FIOURES, DOWN TO THE? CLEARIM6, BESIDE THE TEACKS ,tlJ THE GUARDIAN 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 t Democrat-Herald. - 'm sure: JSEB w jjooo K (i7TmhE'msK t ' v r ?:; " i dont khcw why they k V fiuEsr rsl1 V J?ELL A gosh(Eher7) meed cops abound a ' lliSSTS'' 5??S(SS- HIM IN A PLACE ( Hto. W " VbU TURN "JWEPE'S J PLACE LIKE "THIS .' IT'S LEAST 7 ,,Vcf ' CARE NbU WILL BE? f LIKE THIS, UNLESS f HAVE ME ' IS CE jwUDER, 7 A GUY I W J A ClMCH KJO ONE. EVER bit UN- (wucSbe SSSSffiT rr is absolutely) cook ginning Nmy, ;C wtFmM!! jA lB510BRBAK iMfJjJK USUAL!y5L?E HIS APPEARANCE C ! A NECESSARY.' HE I SENT T, h-fr ' -lt rfmA ATJM ALLEY OOP 5 : , can this be our old dinny? . ' " BY HAMLIN , c , ' ' -.i i 50 yOJ PUT A SPELL V HEY, ALLEY -LOOkCKJT fDlNNY, YOU KEEP CXJTA ( AWPIGHT, VOL) 1 S"( ITsT OlpNNY .WHY, BEWARE! HERE COMES THIS, YHEAR ! ONE MORE ) SLAB-SlDEC I A A A AfN . YOU RAT. I'LL BUST S DlNNY ON TH' - PEEP OUTA VOU AN' I'LL GlLLYHOOPER - A "4 Trf I V V ' EVERY BONE IN i TEAR J7 s POP YOU ONE .' . yOU ASKED ff ( P ..UN1 TT YOU'RE DRIED UP JLs ylL -7AA FOR IT S rA N WST? ) A 4 gfi r?& vSfe4 ATTORNEYS MARKS & McMAHAN Attorneys at Law 1st NatT Bank Bldg. Phone 29. AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., Phone 371. AUTO REPAIRING T. E. HULERY'S AT KELLY'S Oarage. Towing Sc Wrecker, ph 60 CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 409 W. First Phone 78. FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STORE FOB nv.rnltfht f dm Mrvfn. FUNERAL DIRECTORS FORTMILLER FUNERAL HQMI Day or Night yhont: M7- ,

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