Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 16, 1936 · Page 10
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April 16, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 10

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W. PAGE FOUR THrCrBXiq Y B t M 0 C K H t - FT t R A' U K L BXfJYO RE&OR t THURSDAY, XPRIE r6V'1935 Boys Get Trout Tempering Annihlation Threat a patient's mental attitude and has started a. movement to hava thus speed his recovery, Cecil barbers attend those patients who Collins of the county hospital sla ff cannot themselves afford it. HOSPITAL HIKES BARBERS San Diego, Cal. In the belief that shaves and haircuts improve Veteran' of 15 Starts in Films LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS From Calapooia While their elders are devoting valuable hours and strenuous energy to the labor of catching a few I o torn i i iingertings in distant streams. small boys of Albany are getting real trout right here in town. ?! Lebanon i Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dagman. ot Portland spent Easter in Lebanon at the home of Mrs. Dayman's grandmother, Mrs. Cru-toai Frank Cruson, who spent the past week in Portland, returned to Every day since the water has cleared up a group of 15 to 20 youths, too young to need licenses and too poorly financed to buy high-grade tackle and take long trips, are whipping the Calapooia river with success that should Lebanon with them. '. Miss Marabel Braden of Mc Minnville was a weekend visitor in 'Lebanon. .- make them the envy of veteran trout hunters. . .. -fen ; Mrs: N. C. Lowe drove to Sil-verton the 'middle of last week to Most of these boys have been rewarded with 12 to 14-inch trout lake, her-mother, Mrs. Whitlock, to the home of relatives where she will visit for a short time. and one of them yesterday copped a steelhead for a few seconds, but the fish got away with line and tackle. ;trrell Arnold, who spent Easter Sunday with his parents. Mr. anna.mrs. u. a. Arnuia, returned jLir -'''':'' to. Portland Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Glen Wallace and two sons. Womari Keeps Train Lookout for 17 Years Cordon and.Cedric, spent the past week with Captain Wallace, who is stationed at a CCC camp in Cali fornia. "'Mrs.'-Adison' Wilson, Mrs. Othor Scott and Mrs. Earl Piper drove to Portland Saturday for shopping y'Tv.! ," No, 8 of tbe Union PaciCe made the first .ff''i ' f wf&t r '' ' ' transcontinental run in 1869 and dur- '" '--'v-s m )J jy akif rjT" ing its years of service James Clark '". ;,VL?. C J7 was making good American ffegy. WHISKEY lyWL NOW 2 YEARS OLMf 1 fIIlmUSsl WH marvel at the taste of this fine j I ifLaji" 'Kentucky whiskey L '- JAMES CLARK DISTILLING CORPORATION, JERSEY CITY, N. J. ."Miss" Ava Forbls' of Portland came to Lebanon on Saturday to aoend Easter with her parents. ', Miss Jessie Skinner went to Cor- vallis on Friday to attend the state band contest. - -- El Paso, Tex. The mystery of E! Paso's "waiting woman" has been solved, after 17 years of curiosity on the part of railroad station attendants. Almost daily, for 17 years, Mrs. Refugio Flores has met the trains. A tiny figure in ragged coat, she would arrive in the morning, before the Golden State and Sunset Limiteds of the Southern Pacific lines rolled in. She would remain until late at night. As the trains would come puffing in, the little woman would peer eagerly through the gates at the stream of travelers alighting and departing. The investigations of station ticket agents and welfare workers Henry Cadwell, who is engaged in 'Surveying with a crew on the Santiam River above Foster, has moved his family from Eugene to Lebanon and has taken one of the Bellinger apartments. ' v Mr, and Mrs. Glen Harden spent several days with friends and rel Krom the time she followed a line ot trained dogs on the staue In France, when she was only 18 months old, Olympe Bradna. now 15 and Hollywood's latest French importation, has been trouptng it. She conies from a family of cli-cus" performers, and she's no slouch at acrobatics. You'll see her soon In her first American film role. atives in Lebanon during the past weekend. ' Mrs. TJ. W. Slver and, son Dick returned Sunday . from Coquille Shed no light on the aged woman's mystery until she ended her long silence several days ago. There had been sacculation that she might be waiting, waiting, for a son who was killed in the World NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. War, or a long-absent sweetheart or husband. "I have never ha.d any children." she finally confided. "I'm a widow and do washing and ironing for a living. "Why do I come here? Because I like to watch the trains. I know my own business. I don't bother anyone." As Premier Mussolini of Italy urges the annihilation of Ethiopia's armies, other Europeans act to bind the wounds his legions cause. Pictured at Addis Ababa workmen assemble supplies of the Dutch Red Cross unit before starting toward the northern front. Fascist armies have been most successful. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Linn where Mr. Siver has been for the last two weeks assisting in the Opening of a store which was recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Slver. Dick Joined his mother in QoqJuIIU? on , SaUtrday after the band contest in Corvallis on Friday.- . The annual spring , flower show held by the Lebanon Civic club was an event of Monday afternoon in the Civie club rooms,. Although the season is not advanced enough to include a great variety of blossoms there waB;a gdod display of choice 'daffodils and early spring flowers. n A new automobile -repair shop was opened by Albert Smith and Ed Pierce at the Zimbrick service station on Monday. April 13. in the Matter of the Estate) of ) GEORGE JAMES BISHOP,) Hobart Mitchell farm here. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Looney and baby and Mrs. Looney's sister have taken up residence in the extra house on the Henry Hoefer farm. Deceased. ) By virtue of nn order made and entered in the above-entitled matter and Court, the undersigned administrator with the will annexed of the estate of George James Bishop, deceased, will on or after Mrs. L. A. Jones and Marceil Har-niscli to Salem where they were shopping and visiting. Two Albany college girls arc holding Sunday school services at the Dever school house each Sunday afternoon .at 2:30. The public Is cordially invited to attend these meetings. Rena Harnlsch of Gresham and Sixteen adults and six boys were to I)' n present at the rodent control meeting held Saturday mornine on Mrs. Clarence , Turner went Salem Friday, v. the 16th day of May, 1936, sell at private sale the following real I property belonging to said estate, to-wit: an undivided one-fourth the Gilbert Groshong farm. S. H. Graham returned home Clara Hurnisch of Corvallis were Friday from a week's business week end guests at the home of trip to Portland. Miss Phyllis Fisler of Albany interest in and to the following: Beginning at the southeast corner of the William A. Wolcott Donation Land. Claim, notification No. 5533, Claim No. 49, in Township 15 south of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B Harnisch. Marceil Harnlsch accompanied Clara back to Corval 'y: Orleans : 7 ; "Orleans. Mr- ,and Mrs. E. R. Garner called on friends in Philomath Sunday afternoon. ji.Mr. and Mrs. James Gregoroff diii) Mm 1niil.Pntatofff ririrt duilllh- spent . the past week visiting here at the home of Mr- and Mis. Fred lis Sunday evening to visit until Hartt. Range 2 west of the Wlllam- Here s good news for us for you! We nre goinpr to move and since it is easier to move money than merchandise you are going to get the benefit from now until after May 1. Reductions have been made throughout thp store and it will pay you to hop here for your needs while this sale lasts. . Wo have leased the new store room in the First National Bank Building, next to the bank's main entrance, and will move there shortly after May 1. This will give us more room to properly display our fine lines of merchandise and to serve you better. We have enjoyed a fine business in "the biggest little store in Oregon" and hope to merit more of your trade in our new location. In the meantime take advantage of these saving opportunities. luesoay mornmg at her sorority Alpha Gamma Delta. Miss Sylvia Covey spent sever terJean Marie, were. Sunday, din-. There are several cases of in the Dever school. Several al days last week at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Curl Hurnisch and family. On Friday theye were ac-compnnied by Mis. Lois Achesnn, pupils are out for a few days. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY SALS (Jr REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. AT PRIVATE SALE, ,In the County Court of the State In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Linn . . 1 . -wimij ui i.iini in int.. ivuuicr oi me restate) In the Matter of the Estate) of 1 OVERALLS Men's blue denim overalls, both bib! and pant styles. The latter are copper uveted. Good wearing -7ttg garments. Priced only...... I3C Boy1 Blue Cowboys eue meriaian, ana run. inence westerly 79.42 chains to the southwest corner of Lot 4 in Section 24, in Township 15 south of Range 3 west of the Willamette Meridian, thence north 40 chains to the northwest corner of Lot 3 in said Section 24, thence cast 37.93 chains to a point due south of the southeast corner of the Thomas T. Wilson Donation Land Claim in said Township 15 South of Range 3 west. Thence north 85.95 chains to the south line of the Luther White Donation Land Claim, in said Township 15 south of Range 3 west, thence east 13.27 chains . more or less to the southeast corner of said Luther White Donation Land Claim, thence south 52.35 chains, more of ) J. S. BISHOP, Deceased. ) J. D. BISHOP, Deceased. ) Rv virtnp nf nn n'rlA mt.n .i.i A For Fishermen and Workmen U. S. Fly-weight rubber boots, hip length, cleated soles. A fine fisl ling boot or for. general work purposes. By virtue of an order made and enteieH in tin. i,l.n..n.,.ni;ti.i enieiea in uie aoove-eniiiiect mat-, ter and Court, the undersigned ad Waist 39c Boy Blue Cowboy Overalls, pair ter and Court, the undersigned ad- ministintor with tho will annexed minlstrator of the estate of J. D. of the estate of J. S. Bishop, de-Bishop, deceased, will on or after ceased, will on or after the 16th the ltith day of May, 1936. sell at diiv of Mnv lQ.tfi ai ,.i MELTON JACKETS private sale the following real sale the fullowins real Dronertv ueiong to saia estate, to-wit: an undivided one-fourth interest in Boy Blue Wool Melton Jackets. Buy these and save money. Prices will $4.50 PER PAIR ONLY . . and to the following or less to the south line of thel north half of the Thnmns S. $1.98 Beginning at the southeast be higher later. Now only corner of the William A. Wol cott Donation Land Claim, no MEN'S DRESS SOX MEN'S WORK SHOES STURDY, wear-resisting shoes tification No. 5533, Claim No. 49, in Township 15 south of Range 2 west of the Willamette Meridian, and run thence westerly 79.42 chains to the Ladies Silk Hose ner. quests pi: Mr. ana mis. a. uo-brinin .of Peoria. .Mr, and Mrs. Fred-Arnold motored to .Cascadia .Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Isom and Ernest Isom,' Mr. and Mrs-Floyd Bogue. and - daughters spent Sunday at the homo of Mr., and Mrs'. Joe. Yates of the Crawfords-Vllle neighborhood. : - ' Those attending Easter services in Albany Sunday were Mrs. G. A. Bayne, Kirs. Korf, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Appellate, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arnold,' Mr. and Mrs- J. O. Andrews, Junior Hess, Mrs. Hose Derry, Mrs.. Grace Hulburt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weigcl and family. Mr. and- Mrs. Wesley Lochner and daughters. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weigel and family called on the. Chapman family of Philomath Sunday afternoon,'. Mjf,;-and Mrs. J. I. Appellate, Mr, and Wi s. Roy Appelgate were Slirtday dinner guests of Mr.- and Mrs:. Sliger and family of Albany. (Ml-, and Mrs. C. M. Pearson of pebanon called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.-R. Garner Friday afternoon. " Wtlliam Meyers of Corvallis was a caller at-the Gus Hageinan home Suidoy. '. . '. i Th I..C. club met with Mrs. G. A; Bayne .Friday afternoon. The mai'ji. diversion of the afternoon was. "a bridal , shower honoring Miss-Margaret' Atchison of Corvallis, whose marriage will be an early summer event, " . -. aM Order Winslow . of Waldpoit, brother of Mrs. Ed- Weigel, was a caller at the Weigel home Monday evening. .Mr.-and Mrs. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Wells of Salem culled at the Weigel home Sunday :'.Three Riverside boys hud a car wreck near the -.Orleans church Sunday evening. . The car was quite badly damaged, but the boys escaped with. but. few cuts and. bruises.- . , CoriTtce, Hulbuct returned to the Andrews home after spending several, duyg with relatives in Hero is good quality fancy plain and cap toe. Regular southwest corner of Lot 4 in Section 24, in Township 15 sock in attractive patterns. This $2.00 value Special . . . .... $1.79 Mills Donation Land Claim in said Township 15 south, of Range 2 west, thence east 35.15 chains to the east line of the said Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim, thence south 33.42 chains to the southeast corner of the said Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim, thence west 8.59 chains to the northeast corner of the William A. Wolcott Donation Land Claim aforesaid, thence south 40 chains to the place of beginning, all in Linn County, Oregon, said entire tract containing 549.18 acres. Said sale, pursuant to said order. south of Range 3 west of the price is way Willnnu'tte Meridian, thence north 40 chains to the northwest corner of Lot 3 in said below BOYS' DRESS OXFORDS down 'low." Turo thread silk with fine wearing quality. Sells elsewhere at 59c. Our removal special j C per pair J C Section 24, thence east 37.93 chains to a point due south of the southeast corner of the Thomas T. Wilson Donation Land Claim in said Township 15 South of Range 3 west. will be made upon the following Broken lots. Fine values up to $2.(1!) Your choice, terms: One-half cash and the bal LADIES' RAYON HOSE Thence north 85.95 chains to the south line Qf the Luther WORK SOX ance of the purchase price to be represented by a promissory note payable in four equnl yearly In 23 c Here is a real buy pair, only ...... $1.98 8c Men's Rockford work sox. Priced only g pair stallments with interest thereon at the rate of 6"r per annum, interest payable annually, the payment of said note and interest to be se properly belonging to said estate, to-wit: an undivided one-fourth interest in and to the following: Beginning at the southeast corner of the William A. Wol-colt Donation Land Claim, notification No. 8533. Claim No. 49, In Township 15 south of . Range 2 west of the Willam-etto Meridian, and run thence westerly 79.42 chains to the southwest coiner of Lot 4 In ' Section 24. in Township 15 south of Range 3 west of the Willamette Meridian, thence north 40 chains to the northwest corner of Lot 3 in said Section 24. thence east 37.93 chains to a point due south of the southeast corner of the , Thomas T. Wilson Donation Land Claim in said Township 15 South of Ranee 3 west, Thence north 85.95 chains to the south line of the Luther White Donation Land Claim, In said Township 15 south of Range 3 west, thence east 13.27 chains more or less to the southeast cornet- of said Luther White Donation Umd Claim, thence south 52.35 chains, more or less to tho south line of the north half of the Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim in said Township 15 south, of Range 2 west, thence east 35.15 chains to the east line of the Said Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim, thence south 33.42 chains to the southeast corner of the said Thomas S. Mills Donation Lund Claim, thence west 8.59 chains to the northeast corner ot the William A. Wolcott Donation Land Claim aforesaid, thence south 40 chains to the . place of beginning, all in Linn County. Oregon, said entire ' tract containing 549.18 acrrs. Said sale, pursuant to said order, will be made upon the following terms: One-half cash and the balance of the purchase price to be represented by a promissory note payable in four equal yearly installments with interest thereon at the rate of 6'r per annum, interest payable annually, the payment of said note and interest to be se WASH PANTS BATH TOWELS cured by a first lien mortgage up on the real property sold here For men and boys in attractive under. Women's Drei Shoes Some fine values in this collection of broken lots in women's dress shoes. Values'' up to $4.49. d An Your choice, pair P 1 a0 Moleskin Pants Men's heavy moleskin pants. Wear like iron. d - Per pair . ' Double piling, heavy material in assorted colors. Big 22x40- washable materials. No alter 98c ations. Buy them is. only 15c mcn " oath towels, priced only H. A. DRYER Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Estate of George James Bishop, Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore., or c-o County Clerk Linn County. Oregon. WORK SHIRTS MEN'S DRESS HATS Felts in various style 3ind colors. A f Blue and grey chambray, good quality, full cut. A Priced only . iPl.tJ real bargain. 35c each 3 for $1 JAMES COLE. Bargains Galore! - NEW KIDETTS The new thing in ladies' and misses', shoes. Attractive white cloth tops in various styles, with fancy contrasting trims. Low heels with soft rubber soles. Chic and comfortable, per pair only 69c to 98c Attorney for Adm. While Donation Land Claim, in said Township 13 south of Range 3 west, thence east 13.27 chains more or less to the southeast corner of said Luther White Donation Land Claim, thence south 52.35 chains, more or. less to the south line of the north half of the Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim in said Township 15 south, of Range 2 west, thence east 35.15 chains to the east line of the said Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim, thence south 33.42 chains to the southeast corner of the said Thomas S. Mills Donation Land Claim, thence west 8 59 chains to the northeast corner of the William A. Wolcott Donation Land Claim aforesaid, thence south 40 chains to the place ot beginning, all in Linn County. Oregon, said entire tract containing 549.18 acres. Said sale, pursuant to said order, will be made upon the following terms: One-half cash and the balance of the purchase price to bo represented by a promissory note payable in four equal yearly installments with interest thereon at the rate of per annum, interest payable annually, the payment of said note and Interest to be secured by a first lien mortgage upon the real property sold hereunder. It. A. DRYER Couch Bldg. Boys' Polo Shirts Portland, Oregon. Apr. 18-23-30 May 7-14 The items listed here do i not begin to. cover the i bargains quoted in this removal sale. Ask for your wants. Save money now. in d white and 29c Small sizes yellow. Pric only f V:; Dever ";;!.. ' Devor. .The Morning ' Star granaje ileum want to Lyons Tues-day lght of lust week and put on ;lhe first: and second degrees at that grange. Oh the rext local meeting nfghl the. Lyons candidates will come to Dever and the luclf range will confer the third a4 -fourth; degrees,-on them. The- .Clem family have ' moved into the old Girtchett house. "At, and Mrs. Seth Miller of Portland Were up Monday to look OVT jjfospects and advise Mr. Biirnn concerning work on the une-unite shoe Cleaner, tube Ladies' Sweaters Cotton Sweaters Children's Sweaters 19c MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Traatnunt Often Brings Happy Ralief Of Pain Mnjr mfltrart r.l.rv nt,ln Wkmrtw Qulcklr. nnrf thrv a.n.-r .1.-, .k- or liquid. 25c values only Men's All Leather Gloves, pair Neckties Only Woolen dress sweaters in attractive designs. All colors. Regular S2.98 values Men's all cotton sweaters in grey or brown. Many women are buying this sweater 49c 10c Wool sweaters children Children's Cotton sweaters . , fo.r 69 c 35c cured by a first lien mortgage up 83 c $1.98 Sale Price ........ for work. Sale price . . . Men's and Boys' White Duck Caps priced OE mly ,jC "I '!"ir t"""' Ud kidney Tn kidnm ont of Naturr'a chlrf J of tkin Ih. c,J. and .!. out of on the real property sold hereunder. ; H. A. DRYER Administrator of the Estate of J. D. Bishop. Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. ' Portland, Ore., or c-o County Clerk Linn County. Orecun. u " W Are Acaln ; tr'-m TBI MARKET F;OR IWOOL! We .guarantee to all wool growers, just as in the past, a fair EPifflS30 Uus fti?e Administrator of the Estate of J. S: Bishop, Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore., or c-o County Clerk Linn County, Oregon, JAMES COLE. Attorney for Adm. Couch Bid". Portland,egon. ' Apr. 18-23-30 May 7-14 nd to rt rid of mor than 3 pound of aa matter. Jour la milta of ludn tub,, majr nwl flushing. If lu hava Iroukla with frrqutnt bladder raiuiira -arilh aranlr amount .huh ofi,,, amarl and burn, tha li mileaof kidn.y lubea mar need flmhmr out. Thia dancrr alanal tnaj b the brainnlni of naitaint backarhr "lna. loa ot p and f.iir. tvtnna il nl.hta. .wrM.nu. Pufflntaa under thViZ beadarhra and duilnna. Atk your drurtit for Doan't Pilli iim! siMwaafuii, b, miHiaM for ov 41r7? Ih. lira k!P rtllrf and will ,n u3 u Ifea u aulaa oS kidnai tubaa. price landi real satisfaction in all our dealings.- v JAMES COLE, "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IX OREGON"' J ,,3WJFTV CO. Hmbw CM Albany, Ore. 140 WEST FIRST STREET ALBANY, , OREGON Q Attorney for Adm. Couch. Bldg. ' Portland, Oregon. Apr. 16-23-30 May 7-14 PHONLQ2

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