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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, T$36 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE t. is r ftc-ftf, NEW TODAY PAINTINd. WALL PAPERING, INTER-ior decorating that's different. Phone 42 or M3-L. Wilbur Dawwn & Claire Snyder m30-lt DEAD AND WORTHLESS ofe9 Ar)tf cows (kicked up free of chanre anywhere, .'hone collect 14-F-14, Albany. If no -ans wer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. mM-tf The Democrat-Herafd Classified Rates. In the Theater Answer to Previous Puzzle ADS MORS THAN TVJ LINES 1 time, per word .......w 2q ) consecutive times, per woru ,,..4c 6 consecutive times, per word 7c Month, consecutive times, per word 2oe READERS Count five average words fee line. Set in caps- doublu count. Per line, first Insertion, 20c : per line each additional insertion. 16c. Card of Thanks, SOc COPY DEADLINES Classified cotor must be fn office before 11:00 o'clock on -day of publication. Copy for Thursday must be in before 9:00 a. m. for classified page. if- HORIZONTAL 1, 7 A versatile figure In the theatrical world. 11 Fence bars. 12 Source ot Indigo. 13 Guardian. 14 To become exhausted. 16 To exist. 17 Angry. 21 Wanders about 25 Neap. IcIuIbIaI IRIEIPIUI&ILII IC R 0 S tflRL v lirA C JLO omen5geniIvot B A P" Pile O BjDfOJA !N IE IW E R A 5 EbDllAEiE of ARMS W0 P E RllAMTlfL op s tWiN GtsOu! CUBA m Aiirnrip e i e r nsLT-i5-,M AL o 11 15E.A s O k a yft G A L Lllf. 0 I T SUA PES TTSlLWIfTlPI ILI IHiAlvlAlNIA i 7 i 26 Preface. 31 To Instigate. 32 Bad. 33 To make an oration. 34 Certain. 35 Opposed to wholesale. 37 Decayed. 39 Novel. 41 Cotton machine. 42 Plant. 46 Arrives. 43 Poet. 52 Land right. 53 Cease. . 64 Hodgepodge. 55 Closed hand. 56 Concise. 57 Crippled. 58 He la a popular (pi.). 59 He is a of songs. VERTICAL 2 Epoch. CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. 14-F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. aal4-tf NOTICE C ALE 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 6 Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE WHITE LEGHORN ROOST-ers, 4 wka. old, 6c. Bring boxes. W. J. Giddinns, Phone 15-F-31. alS-li t3 For sale, Miscellaneous MIMEOGRAPH IN GOOD CONDITION. Will take either legal or letter site paper. Priced reasonably low. Address Box 1773, rare Democrat-Herald. .al6-17 WRECKING i BIG SCHOOLS LUMBER $4 A up, flooring, ceiling, siding, casing ft Moulding, lath. Planks 2x6, 2x12. 2'jxlH. 3x12. Brick $4 ft up. Dry wood. Salesman 3rd ft Madison, Albany. aie-22-S USED ICE BOXES ONLY ll.M AND UP. Pick yours now a large stock to fcelect from. Lawn Mowers Trade in your old' mower for one of our new light running hiith wheel, ball bearing mowers. Garden Hose We have a number of pieces of Kood wed garden hose. New hose, 50 ft. lengths $1.96. Sprinklers, garden toola, etc. Albany Bargain House, 2nd and Baker. al6-17 TRAILERS WE HAVE A NUMBER OF trailers, some with stork racks, well built. $10.00 and up. 12 in. steel plow, orchard plows, etc. Albany Bargain House, 2nd and Baker. al6-17 USED GAS RANGES ELECTRIC runties oil stoves--e1pctric and gns plates loteat pusniule ' prices. Rebuilt used ranges, large stock, only $V."5 and up. Best possible valuea at Albany llama in House, 2nd ft Baker. . alo-17 HELP THB NEIDT The 8alvation Army need frttiu. vegv-blea, clothing .etc.. to help needy people in emergency cawea. Moaey, too, if you ear to oontrtbute. We have no telephone, but bring 'n what you have to donate or drop as a card and we'll call for it Capt. Bert Bailey. 840 Ea.t Fint St., Albany. 33 Personal STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAIN'S, AND INDIGESTION victims, why suffrrT For Quick relief get a free gift paeket of Udga. a doctor'a prescription, at Fred Dawson's Drug Store. m24-a24 TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Pries quoted below are thoM pre-vailing at II o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and are subject to change at any bour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders a C. WHEAT: No. I white, 80c red and mixed. 78c bushel. BARLEY: Hansen. 121.00 ton. OATS : White, No. 1. $18.00; gray No. $23.00; gray feed $30.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound SOc Mohair.'iicr pound 42e MEATS (D. E. Nebergall Meal Ce.) CATTLE Steers Heifers Bulla Cows, beef . ...J5.5lMl7.00 . ... 4.500.60 . ... S.&OftLfi.OO . ... 'J.OO'il 6.00 Cows, ruttera l.S0f(3.00 HOGS 1(0 to 100 pounds $ 8.7J 160 to 810 pounds 0.20110,28 210 to 280 pounds 8.7641) 0.76 280 to 380 pounds 8.7SM 9.00 380 pounds up 7.00(9 7.18 Sows 6.00'fi 7.80 SHHEP Lambs Ewea Yearling VEAL Live '. Dressed .$7.80188.60 . 2.00(,l3.00 . 8.OO4J8.O0 ..12c POULTRY (Swift a Company) No. 1 hens, 'j to 8 lbs ...17c No. 1 hens, over 0 lbs 17c No. 1 medium hens, over 8 14 Ihs. ...,14c No. 1 medium bene, under 3Vj lbs 14c Rv HAROLD GRAY AMMrllKfl rt sjW" l Stark's Dldg. all-i FOR RENT BY HK-XTI Wt Modern house,' partly furnUhed, with 4 acres. 11 mi. N. Lebanon. Also 6 dot. laying hens for sale. Rosa B. Swink. a 16-1 8 21 Help Wanted, Female HOUSEKEEPER WANTED LIGHT work. Call evenings. Phone 601-R-l, Albany. S13.18 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTEI WE ARE BUYERS OF CAS-car. Bark. M. Svnili-ra & Co. alS.ml WANTED ROWBOAT, 14 TO 1 KOOT lennth. Must be in Boot) condition, reasonably priced. Myrtle Compton, Rt. 2. Albany. 10-1T.S WANTED 8PR1NCER HEIFERS. ALSO yearling heifer, and for sale 4 young marea. Walter Nelion. l.t and Lyon. 16.18- CASCARA BARK WANTED WE ARE In th. market tor Mn unlimited, quantity of dry or green Caicara Kark. Will nay higheat eaah prieea. Albany Bargain Home. 2nd and Baker, Phone V96. al5-tf WANTED WOOL AND MOHAIR.. WE pay higheat market price. M. Benders A Co. . atft-rol WANTED WOOL A MOHAIR Canh advanced on contract. No interest charged. We alwayt pay market price. See m before you Bell. ' SAM FRAGER Albany Bargain Houae. Cor. 2nd A Baker. mtttt-allg CASH PAID FOB OLD COLD. DENTAL crown, bridte,, filling., old Jewelry, watch eaaea, etc. F. M. French Sou, Jeweler. dflOtf OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at r-ion'a Drug Store. marltf CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE. etc. "Look In your title." Chw. Rohr-bough Son. 41S W. Fint St. Jl-U 19 Found FOUND AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK LI-cenae tag number L-2-215. Owner may have aame by calling at Democrat-Herald and paying for ad. 15-17 30 Miscellaneous Classified SHEEP SHEARING. ROBIN TRUAX, Call 29-F-4. a!4.20- 1 1 111 s GEE- WE'VE uu I IO DOPE OUT SOMETHIN' JUST GIVE ME A LITTLE MORE TIME O V WHY I COULD FOR 'EM COUNTS TO CAN'T FOR CASH OLD OR WORTH- Itfcs horves nd town ; lo dead animal iS fn food congitioq. Cak anc) Mltf ornery. Phone collecet 3S-F-i:i Corvallu alT-lf PROFESSIONAL SHEEP SHEARERS. praying machine for tick, sacks twine . buy wool. C'a II 601 R-1 , , Albany. Obermcyer. Tangent. al7 AUCTION 15 A-l UNSHEARED AN-trora goat at auction Sat. at tSudteD's Auction Mk. ... H RIVER BOTTOM 404 acres K3600. Easy term; family fruit, bid., hiichway. ACRES CLOSE IN Strictly modern bimgalow, chicken equipment, walnots and fruit. Price fl5iX), CALIFORNIA TRADES 10 ACRES, PLASTERED home, family fruit, close in. C. M. DOLLARHIDE CO. al5-tf MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM. $1000 AT f per cent. Easy terms. Address Box ttt7,' care Democrat-Herald. al? FOR SALE SEED CORN. McKAY'S - Yellow Dent, best' for ensilage: 10(1 lbs. $4.00; 600 lbs., 117.60; 1,000 br. $30. (HI. A. C. Hey man, Albany. . a 17-30 NON-RESIDENT SAYS SELL Never In the history of Albany has there been a house sold of like value at this price. Two extra fine ' lots, , paved street, fruit, fine location,- the house itself would cost $8000 to replace; hardwood floors fn front rooms, fireplace, full basement. Thfi property is offered for a few -day only at &H0Q, which is only a free-tioq of Its real value. Located at 522 West 7 tfT street Drive by but do not disturb the tenant. Please act quickly on this as It will not last. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 a-8tf FOR. BALK SI WEANLING ttC,3. lieormW. Smith, Halsey. Ore.. a!7-20 FOR 84LE WHEAT AND SUDAN una seed, by 1Q0 or' ton. 4 mi. out on Lebanon hi Away, Phone John Burkhort, t. 1. ' a!7 TRIPP MURPHY REALTORS Butcher Shop De-Ins Good Basinets and if ton are, a butcher and want to net into business see us at once. 240 Acre Farm Cheney. Wash. Most under, cultivation wHh fine buildings and owner wants a dairy ranch in this valley. Acre on Beautiful Creek, nearly half in cultivaion and Rood bulidings. JMaee is wel! stocked. Gov, loan only $2800. Owner will accept irood small acrenire near College-town. al6-tf Little Orphan Annie Other Comics H ft U I I I VETERANS INVESTIGATE THIS NEW 1 Deall 10 per cent cash down, plus license and insurance will drive a new Ford V-8 Coupe or Sedan to your home. This deal is for a limited time only. ALEXANDER MOTOR CO. 2nd and Lyon Albany al5-21-S 1 1 Hay, Grain,. Feed FOR SALE GH1MM ALFALFA, Uc ft 24c ; field spring peas, c. Prices on other soil-building seed on request. Katah-din potatoes, 2'c ft 8c, stored In Albany Seed Co. Whse. Farmers' Seed Acct., Brownsville, Ore. a!6-18 FOR SALE ALFALFA SEED, 18c LB. Call at 605 R 5th. aW-18-S 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal' THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wright, pTiune 266-J, 6aS E. 6th St. ' m20-tf GOOD WOOD PRICED RIG HI. OEL1V-ered In any length. Lester Chilcote, 1606 Santiaro Rd. Phone 734-R. J20-tf BONE DRY WRECKAGE WOOD, SRlTft Madison, Albany. al-22-S DIRECT FROM THE MILL 16-IM II mill ends, fine for cookstoves, $11.50 per cord. ' Heavy old growth 4 ft. lob, 'i in load lots. Sawdust and shavlnits. Albany Fuel Co., Inc., .116 Calapooia St. Phone 62. atf Livestock FOR SALE TWO GOOD FRESH COWS. 4 miles East Near Price School. M. R. Mnrkhnm. al6-17 FOR SALE WEANLING PIGS, 10 WKS. old. Carl Keen Harris bur Ore. Rt. 1. i all-17 THINK FAST YES- YOO jg ifi- "T" JJ s aUT. 53" S4 "" S " T a& e.7 e ! 7. i " ' 33 TT34 r JJ- 3g" 7T35 4U 41 TT" TT ST 4S W TZ". 46 47 " TT" 4Q 5" 55" 5 se r 7"33 So ' ; j- . u . - . . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 17 FOR SALE SEED POTATOES. 4 VARI-eties. at Sudtell's Auction House, altt-16 RATES AND INFORMATION Count six average words to the line. If your ad appears incorrectly, notify us immediately. We accept respon-tibility for one Incorrect Insertion. . PHONE ADVERTISEMENTS Ada will be taken over the telephone or by mail. This ts done for the con-VfiieiK'e of the advertier. and remit tance should be mailed upon the receipt of invoice. Minimum 2 Li. 1 time 25c M-'nimum 2 Li. S times 60c Minimum 2 LI. 9 times 85c Minimum 2 Li. Month $2.50 Pbene II FOR RENT HOUSE. HARN. GARDEN truct in No. Albany. Inquire Manager K. J'. Apis. . al7-20 WANTED BELL. BOYS, MUST BE 18 or over. Albany Hotel. a!7-18 1 For Sale Real Estate FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FEDERAL Land Bank Farms. All counties in Western and Southern Oregon. C. A. Barnes, Field Salesman, 1163 Oak St., Eugene, Or. al6-ml6 FOR SALE THREE VERY NICE building lots in the 600 block on East Second St., jutl West of the canal on the North side of the street. Address P, O. Box 8, Curvallis, Oregon, or telephone 14. al 1-17 12 For Sale Used Cars LOW PRICED CARS From 125.00 to $110.00 MUST SELL All makes. 20 cars to choose from. Ready to bo. Buy now and save money. OPEN SUNDAYS ALEXANDER MOTOR CO. 2nd and Lyon Sts. Albany U15-17-S CARS IN LINN COUNTY i Fine selection of good untived trunspor , taion. You profit at former owner's sac- -rlfice. Just note these examples: 1986 Chevrolet Standard Sedan. Low mileage, like new. - 1 , ' 1914 Plymouth. Exceptionally good. 1934 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe Sadan. Famous knee-action and blue flame . : head for economy and comfort. Big line of Fords, Dodges, Pont lacs ond oherst. A price for every purse. , ALBANY AUTO CO. ! Used Car Corner 2nd and Ellsworh Sts. . Phone 200 H16-18-S1 FRIENDS AS I RECALL, I W.-NT 1 1 1 1 I WAS JUST " ER-" OM, WONDERIN Ir YES- I PIP YOU'D FIGGERED SM I WAS OUt A WAV GOIMG TO VET HOW MV VJ WORRY" folks can 'Bout that SAVE THE 1 DIDN'T ? FARM- J , . I ! j THE FU5ELAQE FLAMES AMD HIGHEST QUALITY FRUIT AN NUT treea, shrubs, rose bushes, shade tree. Send for price list Settlemeler Bros. Nurseries Rt. 8, Albany n21-tf ELLSWORTH APT. HEAT. OVER-tuftYd furniture. Ph. SR. 806 Ellsworth. mi-U ANNIE r MAYBE WE'D BETTER THINK AWFUL FAST TOO, CAUSE DAD SAYS WE'VE ONLY GOT A COUPLE a--aaia-a-aa- f" A A f HM-M-M--THAT'S RIGHT-WELL, I'M STILL THINKIM 'BOUT IT AWFUL HARD DID I EVER PROMISE FIGGER A WAY OUT f NOW THAT KID ON M YER A SAP PROMISE ANYTHING YUH BE AB SO'LUTE-LY SORE I A HELP J I I ') I II I CUTHBERT- SAID THAT IF BOTH OF us thought HARD ENOUGH WE'D DOPE OUT SOMETHIN'- REMEMBER? SAVED BY;, A MAKIN GOOD ON- By Thompson and Coll 19 Entranc ' 20 Tissue. 22 Hops kit. 23 To border on. , 24 Nothing mora than. ' 26 Skunks. 27 Railroad. 28 Grain. 29 And. 30 Embryonic ' tissue. 36 Within. 38 Upon. 40 Formed fabric. 41 Plaster ot parts. 42 Divan. 43 Forming art ode. 44 To endure. 45 Singing voice, 47 Grape refnsa. 48 Knife. 49 Exclamation ot sorrow. 50 Verse. 51 Agent. 3 Rowing tool. 4 To free. 5 Soil. 6 Domestic slave. 7 Prank. 8 Unit. 9 To strike. 10 Beer. 13 He Is a of plays. 15 Slept. 13 To split. FRESH FRUIT Apples: Dellciouji, extra fancy. $1.8S32, box; do fancy 1.661f 1.60 ; Newtowni, ex-. tra fancy, $1.70 box; do fancy. 11.4ft; do fnce and fill fancy. 85c ; do face and fill choice 8c; Spltsenbeiv extra fancy. $1.40, lx ; do combination W.'IU; Roman beauty jumble, 24c lb; Wincnaps, extra fancy $1.6(1 box; do fancy $1.40; do jumble extra fancy 3c lb. Bnnanna: Hunch 5VjC; hand 61? 6 l&c lb. Strawberries : Loubtiana. $.6643.T6 for ,4box crate. , Pears: D'Anjou, $1.18 box. Oranges: California, navels, fancy, 13.00 r(f 3.2ft ; choice 2.764f2.8ft ; standards $2.9$ case. - Urnpefruit ; Arliona, $1.802.40 case ; Florida $4.00fr7 4.25 cas. Lemons: California fancy $fi.2Gfj:5I60 rase; choice H.BOftrS.OO cane. Celery : California $2.753.00 crate. '. Peas: Cnlifornln $2.2BW2.50 sacft. Spinach: The Dalles SOc; local 40fl60c liox. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned executrix of the ,es-tnte of Fred C. Veal, deceased, has filed her final account in said estate with the county clerk of Lihn County, Oregon, und the county judge has set Saturday, May 2rtd, 1936 at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon as the time and the county court room . of said county as the place for hearihg objections U said final account, if any, and the settlement of said estate. . ; .. IDA I. VEAL, Executrix SWAN & SWAN, Attorneys for Executrix. April 3 10 17 24 Ml Albany Business DIRECTORY The merchants and professional people listed on this pas are known as Albany's moat reliable business men and women. Call on them today. Pleas mention that you saw their ad. in The Democrat-Herald. ATTORNEYS MARKS & MeMAHAN Attorno's al Law 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg Phone ttf AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., Phone 371. CARPET CLEANING TUB SHADE SHOP. 400 W. ttrtt Phone 7 FILM 8ERVICS HURLEY'S DRUG STORC rOR etvprnlffht film awrvtca FUNERAL DUECIOfca FORTMILLER FUNERAL HC1U thaw nr Night Dhortai- 447-11 1N8URANCB OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established lilt ' WM. BAIN. INSURANCE. M-Wwy to loan, farm security. PRODCCB SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS Dl : the market for eggs, poultry. and cream. ' WASHING MACHINU OTTO KOOS, AMES HDW. ' Maytag, Easy, Thpr WaaMrti. WELDING - BIACVUOtltaffG SNYDER & SON - BEAR ALION ing frames, axles straightened. ' WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER ft SON Well Drillers "We solicit your inquiring" . . Kugaoe, Oroj- MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse wihira 1 SUDDENLY BURSTS INTO THE PLANE GOES INTDA DIVE. B-BUT I'VE ' NEVER WORKED i ll ewow YOU y ! ( CHAPS WOW TO C SCORE A EHJLL1 S - e. WEEKS LEFT- CHUTE ONLY ONE THING TO DO, MIS5 MOBTW 1 jump; MILLION THEN "ttU FIGURED THE BOY LEFT BECAUSE HE DIDWT WANT "itXI MIXED m3 UPPER HAND I I 1 UP IN A LOT OF f 1 -criticism? jmmi OF THESE well.ou were right! THEY FOUND THE BOY OUTSIDE JUVENILE HALL, POUNDING ON THE DOOR REAUZIWa THAT WOULD BE AND TUMPS THE CHUTE BURDEN AND AN INSTANTS. HESITATION. FATAL, LEW WEN 5EIZE3 MVRA FROM THE BURNING PLANE UNFURLS WITH ITS DOUBLE FLOATS GENTLY TO THE GROUND TAKING CAEEFUL 5IQMT WITH THE AMTI-AIECRAFT CUM, HVSTEG.FREA DEADLV VOLLEY INTO TUE ENEMV PLANE Colorrd iprinn 17c I No. 1 brollera, 1 to 2 lbs. 15c RtxMUri 7 8tut ., I KGGB All PrkM Art Ucllvtred Albany Rturn . Rxtrat lt HtnntlmrUft lie Ext medium .16c RtamUnl medium 13c Urown extra lHc Dirty extrui 16c UnoVrgraika 1 I'ullcta Uc PM WM . ..100 VBAL Uve 7e Drnsetl 12c UUTTKKFAT A Hrnde 31c 11 urado 0c C ten"! 2' SBBKP Lamba $8.269.00 Portland Market Review Portland, Ore., April 17. Hotter prices twain were slnxhed toiay. HtandardM were lowered) two cents, ex- ras and prime flrata one and une-hulf cents, and firsts ono cent. Uutterfat drop was two cents. Kirns weru unchanited. Fresno California strawberries suld mostly' $3,40 for 20s. Lettuce soles art mostly around $3.21. for Rood stuff, Iower prices are bclntr nutm-d fr parnKim with tm-atly lnvrcian(.'d offcrlnes from Puciflc North went points as well as a Kood Hupply of Californian. Htrentith f the old potuto mnrki't is km in In jr at the source. Good peun are scarce and hmher. lloth rhubarb anil spinach are low priced. Some dri'ssed turkeys are arriving anil ffndinif favor. Small nixed oranites firmer. PORTLAND LIVKHTOCK (Hy U. 8. Dept. of Agriculture) Portland. Oro., April 17. Hoa : He-ecijH 4()lt, Includinic i:i0 direct; steady: early top drlveins $I0.H&: heavies $10.00',, lO.fiO ; littht liKhts $10,251 10.75 ; packing sowi $K.&0; feeder piks $10.21,''. 1 1. 00. Cattle: Keceips 60; calves 25. 24 direct: able to IH.(H) and above: fvd heifers around nominally steady ; Rood Ion fifed ateera sale. $6.(lQr,7.3& ; low cuter and cutter cows $2.7of 4.60 ; common-medium cows $4.7fir 6.60 ; good beef cows $6.36 ; hulls $5.00r(i;' 6.76; vcalera $10.00 down. Sheep: Receipts 126. 102 direct; few wood 116 Ih. woo led ewes steady at $5.60; other classes nomlnuly steady ; irood sprlntr Iambs and woo led old crop lumb saleable around $10.00. THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE Th following prices were named to be effective today I Butter: Cube extras 31 le; standards 30c: prime firsts 80c : firsts 2tlc lb. Cheese: Oreiron triplets. 16V6c; Orciton loaf levic lb. Urolcrrs will par VjC below quotations. Kicks: Produce Exchanga quotationa be. tween dealers: Extra lama lBc: standards lance 17c i extras medium 17c ;i standards medium 17c: Jobbing prices 2c higher. PORTLAND WHOLESALE PRICES These ara the prices retailers par wholesalers, except where otherwise stated : Butter: Prints. A grade 33e lb. In pnrchment wrapper. 3tc In cartons; H grade, parchment wrapper 32c : cartons J3c lb. B Grade Cream for Market: Burins price butterfat basis, S3He lb. Butterfatl Portland delivery : A grade, delivered at least twlre weekly. 33e: country routes 30W3le; 8 grade 32'TC33c; C grade at mark.. Cheese: Selling price to Portland re- .ieri .iiiamooK irlpleu Sic : loaf 22c Tillamook selling prlca to wholesalers: Triplets lc; loaf 20c lb. Eggs: Buying prlca of wholesalers: Ex-tras JSc: standards lc: extra mediums i.c: memum firsts 16c; undergrade I3c; pullets 13c dosen. Milk: A grade. Porl.nd delivery. 68 He lb. butterfat basis for 4 per cent Live Poultry l Portland delivsry, buying price: Colored hens, over 4 Ins., 176$18c; under i lbs., 18iKlc; leghorn hens,' over 3'4 lbs., leifmc; under 84 lbs., lGiWiee: leghorn broilers, 1 to IV, lbs., I6iftlc; do 1 lbs. op 16HI6c; colored springs, 3 lbs. and up 19'20c; roosters 8'9el pekln ducks, young, MM17c; gecsa llftl2c lb. Live Poultry t Selling price by wholesales: Light bena 16?M5t4c: medium bens 146 17e: eolored bens 19e: broilers 13!rl7e; springs 22e; pekln ducks, young, 17rl8c: do eolored lOflSe: canons, aver 7 lbs., 24 6j 24e lb. ; guinea hens, toe each. Turkeys: Dressed, buying price; New crop hens, No. 1, 22c lb. j THE BEDROOM AT EXACTLY 9:35 P.M. ..... a THE WINDOW WAS OPEN GOSSIP AMD I l r FRECKLES AND HIS WHAT TIME DID S'OU NOTICE NUTTY COOK WAS MISSING ? ALLEY OOf IMTO BY BLOSSER I'VE KNOWN LOTS OF PEOPLE WHO WERE LAW-ABIDING CmZENS. BUT I NEVER HEARD OF A 1 guy eoiUG to that extreme id prove it BY HAMLIN I'LL MAKE A BARGAIN with you ONE IN A WAS THAT SOON AFTER TbU'D RECEIVED PHONE CALLS FROM PEOPLE, BAWLING YOU TAKING THE .KID ftbUR CUSTODY ALLEY HAS THE CH, YuAH . MAYBE THATS -TH' CEASON CJ WEPE SUCH KNOWS A BUST JMTOs n OUT FOR I -vj I H THIS IS TREASON.' youve. (ycj mean you COP, THIS 15 YOUB AhAT WON'T GET YOU A &Wurr LAST CHANCE-' THING-' TH' GUARD TAKES ORDERS WW. IV GIMME BACK MY ( FROM TH' CROWN -AN' RIGHT WOW, Vj (WHAT Jf COT NO BUSINESS ON MY 1 VjT.HOYrfAVvC. -OP - IT TA'ES jAINS TSE A XING EVESY- THRONE, WEARIW TH' MOOVIAN a. WERt K N& ' isooy YOU l-KUWNiM (Jll IH LKUWN IS, UN Mr ntAL " J J. m. ROYAL CCCWN ' I'M TH KING OF MOO' 3$ . . ,. tl?J AiNT GOT . M W A artf. ,1 'M I 3 RAINS f 1 OR ILL CALL IN w lf? jT , J Z TH' ROYAL -Wlfe-'fri Y f ' jmsm G-M JUi:.--::-0 I UlBgajrJ f t i

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