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THJ ALIrtHT DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE TUESDAYAPRIL' 14, 1936 J- 'OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT FOR SALE 3-GRAIN SEED OATS. N. N. Roth, Phone 28-F-6. alM NEW TODAY i The Democrat-Herald Classified Rates. Ancient Goddess AiiHwcr to Previous Puile ADS MORS THAN TWO LINES 1 time, per word 2c 3 consecutive times, per woru ....4c 6 consecutive timet, per word tc Month, consecutive times. pr word 10c READERS . - Count five average words to line. Set in caps double count. Per line, first insertion, 20c ; per line each addf. tional insertion, 15c. Card of Thanks. 50c COPY DEADLINES Classified coot 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. WE HAVE SEVERAL VEKY FINE ranta Bprclala in addition to the one mentioned in our reuular ada. Mountain filaes Power Co. v fl7 WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOK- keeper in produce aiiu.ness, lady pre trmd. Add reus Box can IHniocnit Herald, uU-ir TRADE ROOM BOUSE IN ALBANY, well . located, for Dallas proHrty. Ad-drvM Hox 1731, care DemucratHvrald uH-15 FOR SALE ALFALFA CalJ at 606 ..fith. SEED. 18c LB. al 1-1S-S FOR SALE GOOD. GENTLE, 1400 LB. horse. M. K. Brenneinnn, Phone 12-F-it. 1st I IWIClLIAil RLlwTTsl LOT AjrtElN N U IffA Dill i D E HUdTE N C SjJfL 0 TIE T AIM H DPT I DDI PILIEIO R A POL AIR IGJEJS 5 cj uj-i in A N Hp I E Bi 1 ifM? f aInBt i pipIlTep, lVNa RO T A Title IJ PC SO MtAiN E V L kflSA S E fiffL AjNjE E. R ElalffiGilRljE 6 0 , g1TPTOlffTTtt.Tgr1 ATTTN BATES AND INFORMATION M Cqunt ai average words to the line. If your ad appears incorrectly, notify -vs immediately. Wc accent respon-libiilty for one incorrect insertion. PHONE ADVERTISEMENTS Ads will be taken over the telephone or by mail. This ts done for the convenience of the advertiser, and remit-Unce should be mailed upon the receipt of invoice. Minimum S Li. 1 time 25c M'nimum 2 Li, 3 times 60c Minimum 2 LI. 6 times 86c Minimum 2 Li. Month $2.60 Paeoo 1$ Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE ABOUT 47 GOOD YOUNG laying hens. Black Minorca!. Some Heds and Kocka mixed. Also 2 young fresh milk goata, good milkers, and one thoroughbred Saanen billy goat not related "to nannies. Please call morning for the chickens and bring boxes. Will keep shut up in the, chicken 4 house till noon. Will sell everything cheap. Alois Vana. Rt. 3, Solo. Ore. Vi mile from Richardson Gap Bridge1 and the Bohemian Hall, south on the Seio-Providence road. all-14 HORIZONTAL 1 Greek goddess, similar to Venus. 9 Scheme. 10 Mature person 12 Church bench. 13 Bird. 14 Musical note. 15 Region. IS Upon. 1? Dressed. 18 Food container. 19 To strike. 20 Pickled. 25 Drop ol eye fluid 28 Mean horses. 27 Bull. 28 Male sheep. 29 Healed. 30 Sea skeleton. 31 Type standard 32 Blouse. 33 Prong. 34 Pert. 35 Ceremony. 35 Postscript. NICE ACREAGE NEAR ALBANY, 6Mi aoras fioud land with Nuts and Fruits und good plastered residence with bath and modern conveniences. Terms $1000 rush and pay balance easy. SbmII Farm Nicely LacaUd, all modern conveniences and owner wants u residence in Albany. 9I2M. 5 font residence Albany with Is rue plot land. Pay only $200 cash and balance like rent, For Rent Sha Apartments, two vacon-I ries. Tripp A Murphy Realtors. aH-tf -J r t r 3 : j J j i ':: p . 1 , q M f r j , , . I . t .j 37 She was goddess of 39 Sound. . 40 Lion. 41 Weapon. 42 She was also goddess ot 43 She arose from tha Bea 44 Gaelic. Mohair, )cr pound 42c MEATS (D. E. Ncbrrf.il Meat Co.) , CATTLE Steers $4.0036.00 Heifers ,$.00(6.00 Bulls S.00a4.2 Cows, beef 3.00&4.OO Cow, cutters 1.0042.60 HOGS 160 to 160 pounds I 8.TS 160 to 210 pounds 9.1&(ifl0.26 210 to 260 pounds 8.76(i 9.76 260 to S50 pounds 8.764 9.00 360 pounds up 7.00 7.76 Sows 5.00(y! 6.60 SHbKP Lambs $7.60(38.60 Ewea 8.00(3.00 Yearlings , 6.00&6.0Q VEAL Live 7Wc Dressed l-W POULTRY (Swift A Company) No. 1 liens, 4& to 6 lbs 17c No. 1 hens, over 6 lbs 17a No. 1 medium hens, over 3'y lbs lie No. 1 medium hens, under 3 lbs 14c Colored springs 17c No. 1 broilers, 1 V to 2 lbs ir,c Kousters 7e Stag 10c EGG8 All Prices Are Delivered Albany Casea Returnee Extras 18o Standards 17c Extra medium 16c Standard medium , 13c Brown extras , 18c Dirty extras 17c Undergrades 13c Pullets 12c Pee wees 10c VEAL Live 7c Dressed 1 ic BUTT ERF AT A grnde .3 lc U grnde .....................v. 3:1c C grade .He SHEEP Lambs $8,264(9.00 Portland Market Review Portland, Ore.. April 14. Cube extras were ru one-hnlf rent a ihiuiuI on the but Trading (n the egg market continues at tcr market today, a low price locally. Firm one is showing for Salina lettuce. Best is selling up o $3.26 with ordinary around $3.00. Some dry stock for less. The market is showing al Isorts of asparagus and sales are being made from $2.10 down to $1.26 and even less. Rhubarb sales are being made In some instances down to 36c box. activity. OrmiKc market continues to gain in to 91.26 for Is. THE RIGHT WOODTHE RIGHT PRICE. NO. 12 STRAWBERRY PLANTS FROM Claude Wright, pTtone 266-J, 638 E. filb I young plants. J. A. Miller, Rt 4, Al-St. m20-tf : bany. Ore. all-14 TRUCK BUYERS ATTENTION :i.1 Chev. .u. ton. cub and chassis S95.00 '31 Vord 1. ton. cab and platform 295.00 '35 Dodge Hckup, like new 565.00 'lilt Dodge rhafMS and cab. 2 ton .. 295.00 '27 .Dodge chassis, cab, platform 250.00 '26 Chevrolet panel 60.00 "21 Chev. panel ; 195.00 j 31 Ford chassis, cab. duals new . THESE TRUCKS ARE OK'd CHECKED Painted and Readr to Work See us before you buy-r-The best Values in Town RALSTON MOTOR CO. 7th and Lyon Sts. DODGE DODGE TRUCKS PLYMOUTH aU-16-S SHEEP SHEARING. ROBIN TKUAX. Call 29-P-4. aU-20 PROFESSIONAL -SHEEP SHEARERS, sprayinR machine for ticks, sacks and twine, buy wool. Call 6UUK-1, Albany. Obermeyer, Tangent. Ore. a!4 FOR SALE BUFF ORPINGTON HATC1I- inx eRtts. M. L. Gins rich, R. 3, Albuuy. Phone 10-F-12. aU-16, DAY OLD COCKERELS EVERY WED. and Thurs., $1 per. 100. L. E. Arnold. Lebanon, Ore. Phone 1421. al4-15 WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN for care of sick lady. Must be capable. 1240 Calapooia St. al4 FOR SALE SPOTTED POLAND CHINA Brood Sow with Wean line pijts. Dollar-hide Co., 120 Ellsworth St. aU-lfi 1 For Sale Real Estate FOR SALE THREE VERY NICE buildinK lots in the 600 block an East Second St., just West of the canal on the North side of the street. Address P. O. Dux 8, Corvallis, Oreicon. or telephone 1'4. atl 1-17 11 Hay, Grain. Feed FOR SALE ZIMMERMAN SEED WHEAT yOc bu. H.L.Uurck, Phone tt-F-41. all-14 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal DIRECT FROM THE MILL 16-1NCU mill ends, fine for cooks to via. $3.50 per cord. Heavy old (trowth 4 ft. slab, $.1 in load lots. Sawdust and shavings, Albany Fuel Co., Inc.. 316 Calapooia St. Phone 62. aiftf GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. DEI. IV-ered in any length. Lester Chilcote. 1606 Santiam Rd. Phonn -734-R. J2(Mf I CA.NT GET COTHBEKT JONES AND HIS FOLKS OFF MY MIMD- THEV HAVEN'T MUCH OF A FARM BUT ITS ALL THEY HAVE- ' NON-RESIDENT SAYS SELL Never In the history of Albany has there been a house sold of Hke value" at this price. Two extra fine lota, paved street, fruit, fine location, the house itself would cost $000 to replace; hardwood fluortt in front rooms, fireplace, full base-mant. Tlua property is offered for a few days only at MaOO, which la only a frac- tion of its real value. Located at 622 West 7th atreet. Drive by but do not disturb the tenant. Ph ase act quickly on this as it will not last. ,. , IRVINE h. HOOD. Phone 300 a-8tf CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS homes and cows. Dsy-old calves. Ph. 14 F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. ml4tf 16 HEAD GOATS, NOT SHEARED, $2 each. Lester Holt, Scio, Ore. at 0-1 3 NOTICE C ALE A MONTGOMERY. WHO are advertising in this paper for worth- j less horses and cows, are in no way con I nected with my place. Cecil Montgom ery. m26-a2B 13 For sale, Miscellaneous WRECKING I BIG SCHOOL BLDGS. Lumber $4 and up. Planks, flooring. iding, sheeting 2x2, 2x6. 2x12 2x18 and 312. Casings & mouldings. Brteka $4 P'r M- lJiIN lath, dry wood cut to length. sHi,.Bnn.n on job 3rd & Madison St., Al- bany. Ore. a2-16-S I" " MUALiiT muir A', nui ln- nrum. ruse dusdm. snaae trees. Send for price list. Settlemeler Bros, Nurseries. Kt. H. Albany n21-tl ELLSWORTH APTS. HEAT, OVER- stuffed furniture. Pb. 3fi. 806 Ellsworth, 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTED WOOL A MOHAIR Cash advanced on contract. No interest charged. We always pay market price. See us before you fell. - . SAM FRAGER 1 i, Albany Bargain House. Cor. 2nd A Baker. m28-a2S CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old Jewelry, watch cases, etc.. F. M. French A Son, Jewelers. dSOti TAKE IT WORK- I GUESS at IVwson'i Drug Store. marltf CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE, etc. "Look In your attic." Chas. Rohr-bougb A Son, 41S W. First St. Jl-tf 21 Help Wanted, Female HOUSEKEEPER - WANTED LIGHT work. Call evenings. Phone 601-H-l. Albany. al3-.lt 33 Personal j STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS. AND ; INDIGESTION victims, why suffer? For i quick relief get a free gift packet of Udga, I a doctor's prescription, at Fred Dawson's Drug Store. m24-a21a 32 Training for Position MEN WANTED WITH FAIR EDUCA-tion, mechanically inclined, now employed, dtttiring to better their positions by qualifying ,an installation experts and service engineers In AIR CONDITIONING and Electric Refrigeration. No experience necess. but applicants must be willing to train spare time for a few months. Write giving age, phone, present occupa. aivJ address. Utilities Eng. Inst. 1710. care Democrat-Herald. al3-M 30 Miscellaneous Classified PAINTING, WALL PAPERING, INTER-iof decorating that's different. Phone 42 jor 613-L. Wilbur Dawson ft Claire Snyder. mw-ii HELP THE NEEDY The Salvation 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 donate or drop us a card and we'll call for It Capt. Rert Bailey. H40 East Firs St., Albany. TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Prices quoted below are those prevailing at 11 o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and are subject to chaac at any hour thereafter. ' LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders A Co. WHEAT: No. 1 white 77c; red and mixed, 76c bushel. BARLEY: Hansen, $21.00 ton. OATS: White, No. 1, 118.00 ; gray No. i, 123.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound ItOe WITH th' same HEARD blamin' FOR THEIR - -HAWOL Bv WORKIN' YOH FAMILY WITHOUT PRIZE SHAKES WANTED FORTY THOUSAND Sll-inch shakes. 'Bidden are invited lu leave sealed bids for delivery the last of this month with the city recorder. Albany City Council. aU-16 7 3" sT 7"" S ysMSlTr f rj j mm. a5 ,a9 I . I T : M aassaaaasaaaaal mmmmmmgmmmmmmllmmimaimmmm1tlml 14 Furniture , FOR SALE 1 ALL-ENAMELED WOOD range, ix2 Axminster rug. 1 bit akfiirit set. 11-37 E. 1st St., Albuny. nlO-U .. , , , 15 Livestock FOR SALE SIX YEAR OLD JERSEY row. fresh nt-ie if.ii.uu. O. i,. Maeli.m. ell. Phone I-F-23, Alluiny R. F D No 1. all-14 FOR SALE WEANLING PIGS. 10 WKS. old. Curl Keen Harrisbtirg Ore. Ht. 1. , all-17 FOR SALE JERSEY COW COMING fresh soon tested all around, 6 yrs. old. good flesh. A no. 1 cow. H. F. Schultz at Fayettevilte. , all-14 WANTED FOR CAN 1J OLD OR WORTH-less horses and cows ; also dead animals if in good condition. Cale and Montgomery, Phone collect 33-F-12, Corvallis. m20-a!3 DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charge anywhere. 1'hone collect 14-F-14, Albany. If no answer, Phone ll-K-4, Corvallis. ml4-tf THEY CAN AND THEY. WORK AND GOOD TIMES- THEN COME- AND MAYBE A -:- i I j i i HAROLD GRAY SO MANY HARD THOUSANDS O' folks are in BAD TIMES LITTLE BOAT- NOT THEIR BUT NOBODY FAULT- .FOB SALE 131 LIGHT 8 SEDAN, EX-optionally nice condition, mechanically ood. Priced Hunt. 338 E. 6th St. aU-16 BUY NOW 4 Room Modern House, H lots, close to aehool. price $1000. $100 down and 16 per mo. 11 Acrta, Tan Rent district, a renl fnrm Bnl except.6m.lly well improved, the kind you get once in a lifetime. Price $17600. i. C. M. Dollarhide Co. aluf Little Orphan Annie s-HAld Other Comics 1 FOLKS GOIN' BUST SORT O' ADMIRE A THAT CAN FAIL PEMANDIN' A FOR IT- EH. SANDY? SICKNESS OR SOMETHIN EXTRA- L.I - ' ' M1 th Joneses ANYBODY ELSE BAD LUCK COURAGE HAS '1 I;1 1 dill, SPAN 13 To envelop. 15 Axillary. , J 16 Propelled by oars. 17Mollusk. 18 Military school pupil, 1 19 Suture. 20 To wed. j 21 To make amends. i 22 Lacerated. 23 Age. 24 Dismal. 25 To quake. 2i) Succuleut. 29 Coal slide. 30 To quote. 02 Condiment. ii Accessible. VERTICAI, 1 She was awarded tho of discord 2 Pretense. 3 In what way. 4 Right. 5 Challenged. 6 Thought. .7 Wino cask 8 Measure. 11 Game. 33 Ringworm. 34 Without. 35 To wander. 36 Bell sound. , 38 Organ of hearing. 39 Male cat. 40 Tennis stroke. 42 Behold. 43 Musical note. Notification No. 712 and Claim No. 41, in Township 11 South of Range 3 West of the Willumette Meridian, in Linn County, Oregon, and running thence South on the East boundary line of said Claim 14.33 chains to the center of a County Road to a point which is 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 n tract of 1.32 acres conveyed by Maggie Ackerman and M. Ack-crmun, her husband, to Fay M. 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 husband, to Fay M. Miller and Veil V. Miller by deed record- ed at page 252 Book 118, Records of Deeds for Linn County, Oregon. The said premises hereby conveyed containing in the aggregate 66.34 acres and all lying and being situate in the County of Linn und State of Oregon. HERBERT SH ELTON, Sheriff of Linn County, Oregon. MARKS & McMAHAN, Albuny, Oregon,- Attorneys for Plaintiff. Mar 31 Apr 7 14 21 Albany Business DIRECTORY The merchants and prolee-sional 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 The Democrat-Herald. ATTORNEYS MARKS & McMAHAN . Attorneys at Law 1st Nat'l Bunk Bldg Phone 291 AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gnsco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., Phone 371. CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 40 W. rtrrt Phnm 7 FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STOKE rOfl ovprnlffht film amrvirm FUNERAL DIRECTORS rORTMILLER FUNERAL HOMI 0t nr Niffhi Dhnnev 447-tt - 1N8UUANCR OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established 19U TO. BAIN, INSURANCE. M-wey to loan, farm security. PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS IM the market for eggs, poultry, vea and cream. WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWE. Maytag, Easy, Thor Washer.. WELDING BLAC'KSAUTHLNO SNYDER ft SON - BEAR ALIGN - ing frames, axles straightened. WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER & SON . Well Drillers "We solicit your inquirlM i Eugene, Oregon MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse By Thompson and Coll laje, it cruvr OCCueEDTO ME, THAT PERMAPS- YOC'D LIKE A CIGAPET BEFC CE riySTEE, PEE50MALLY COMMM0DIW6 TME FIRIM6 SQUAD, MAS 6IVEW THE OKDEES-'EEADY-.. AIM.".... BUT TWE TEMPTATIOM TO TOy. FUETMER WITM MIS HATED EWEMV IS FASTER., LEW WErJ, PASTER f PACDOKJ, MISS, BUT HOWOEABLE SWIET BEST UEPT OU- SPECIALLY IM STIFF BEEEZ.E. WOW GOIKJS ISO MILES. PEE COME.NJOW, DOM'T BE Ul THAT- THI-3 SWOED r-UViA EATWEE SHARP FOIMT... AMP IT-IEEE'S A BIT OF IM FOEMAT I OM YOU CAM GIVE ME .... WIUL TO ME. YOU DIE SO 7UU CjKEAT TO RESIST FOE HEAVEW'S SAKE, MAM, ORDEE THEM TO SHOOT ' t usr rfjm t-- m .1 if : ' lej : -i RoscliUrR cauliflower is Knerall down Halt car of Florida peppcra was unload cd hero to acll around 20c lb. fn a stnHll way. Celery market Is firm und hiuhcr nuafn In siKita Imthusp of tho Orfitim MUuriin-tlnc. I'ORTI.ANn LIVESTOCK (lly U. 8. Dcpl. of Asrlrulure) Torland. Ore.. April H.- Unas: Itc-relpta 11,0; arivc. fully stcaily : aood U choice ISO to 2111 Ilia., drlvolns llu.Tft lit; ICIM; '-'SO to 2S0 lb. butchers III). an rn KI.3C: pachlnft sows SS.CII: few slnuiclitcr plas I10.LT,; feeders llO.JBIil lll.ss. Cattle: Reeeipta 611; calves lf; scattered to SS.00 and above ; few medium livlfcrs early sales steady ; uood fed steels upward 16.26 ; cuter 12,75iif 4.t6l) ; common o medium itrades Sl.76iir6.50 ; Kood becfa Sr.75 '1111.36; bulls 16. OIKu 6.611 ; veulcrs Jill. 11(1. Hhccp: Itecelps Kill; nominally sternly : 110.26; irood cholee sprinK Inmtm Slll.tlufti chnlro f,l wooled Inmhs quotable' upward 10.6(1; willed ewes $6,611 and above. THE PHOIIIK K KX( 1IANCE The following prices were named to be effeclivo today: itutter: Cube extras HHI.jc: stanilanls .13lvc: prime firsts S:ic ; firsts S2c lb. Cheese: Orea-on triplets. 6(,e; Orcaon loaf 1SC lb. Urokcrs will pay Vjc below quotations. Kkus: I'mduce Exchanae quotations between dealers: Extra lame IHc; standards Isnre 17c: extras medium 17c;; standards medium 17e: jobbing prices 2c hiaber. POKTLANI1 WHOLESALE I'KICKS These are the prices retailers pay whole-salers. except where otherwise stated: Mutter: Prints. A irrade 36 lie lb. In parchment wrapper, WiUjC lb. In rarlons ; II arnile, parchment wrapiicr 3.1'c lb. ; cartons Sflic lb. II Grade Cream for Market t lltiylnff Iirlee hutlerrat haul-, 6:1 je h. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE I3y viitue of morlKnKo foreclosure execution issued by Circuit Court of State of Oregon for Linn County in suit: "No. 17528 AN-TON1A J. LEININGER, Plaintiff vs. ALBANY HOLDING COMPANY, n corporation. Defendant," therein pending, and to me directed, I shall on Thursday, the 30th day of April, 1930, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon thereof, nt the front door of the County Court House at Albany, Oregon, sell ut public auction for cash all right, title and interest hud and possessed by said defendant, on or since the Oth day of May, 1933, in and to the following described real property: Ileginning nt 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 11 South, Range 3 West and Claim No. 41 in Township 10 South, Range 3 W. of the Willumette 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. 35"36' West 34.72 chains to a point which is South 35 30' East 15.04 chains, distant from the northwest corner of the west projection of said D. L. C, thence N. 56'50' East 22.29 chains to a point on the North boundary line of the West projection 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 which is 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 n county road, thence West along the center of said county road 4.47 chuins, more or less, to a point due North of the place of beginning, thence South 2.00 chains, more or less, to the place of beginning, containing 56.26 acres, more or less. ALSO. Lot No. 1 of Section 2 in Township eleven South, Range three West of the Willumette Meridian, Oregon, con-tulning 12.30 acres. ' ALSO, Beginning nt the Northeast corner of the North projection of the Donation Land Claim of Christiun Miller and Mury Miller, his wife, being A TEST OF THANKS, BUT I DOUT SMOKE THAT BEAUD T IMTO THE ; j ! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS a martyr - by BLOSSER i WHArX1 VCAN'T SllMWOTGONS K IFHETURHSIPSOMEwAePE,) frM-RESPONSIBLE FOR pMffiigm ,; ; fiPETOU 00 f rLL JUSr HAVE )"Jo DO THAT.' I HIS OWN ACCORD, "THAT WILL BE U, ', HIM. ..THAT'S THE ANSWER! DO I DOWT KWOw! HEl's 60IW0 HAVE To GIVE SOMEONE HAD FAITH IM f F1WET, BUT SEARCHING FOR HIM AltvJ Jj, ! PEOPLE WILL THINK I YOU" SUPPOSED TO BE 1 TO DO J MYSELF UP, SEARCH THE BOY BUT J VA3ULD MAKE ME MORE OF A ) M ff CONSPIRED TO LET HIM "WMK I AT LARGE. ...AND ' yW7 'f -R5R , jAPPAREKTrLY fl A- LAUGHING-STOCK THAW r4-l L ESCAPE TRIAL .' SO "N fj3 A J - . j Jf . : ALLEY OOP - a one man coronation y BY HAMLIN IT WEEE OF Ot C t 0UD6MENT TZ;.Z"i V, 1 IWHEM WWCr GUZZLEOEC?ECD ALLEY OOP THEOWN 1 THINK IT'S TIME WERE O'A SUFPOSE THEY GOT I TH' DIZZy IDEA THAT I HADDA HAVE OC DIWNjy T'PI&HT -X MY BATTLES FOR ME? jT IS IK JlT-. S I CJ l ME TO TH' PIT, XG ;1

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