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Albany, Oregon
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Monday, April 20, 1936
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o A MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE 30 Miscellaneous Clauified NEW TODAY The Democrat-Herald Classified Rates. European Nobleman POULTRY (Swift A Company) No. 1 hens, 4ly to 6 lbs No, 1 hens, over 6 lbs, , . . No. 1 medium hens, over S'j lbs. No. 1 medium hens, under 3'j lbs. Colored apriugs w t i..u.n. iir it.. ..APARTMENTS FOR RENT. DR. Stark's Bldg. ,l6'nl!l! 1 32 Training for Position WE WANT TO SELECT RELIABLE I men, now employed, with foresight, fair ' education and mechanical inclinations, ! willing to train spare time or evenings, to' qualify as installation and service experts on all types Alii CONDITIONING and Electric Refrigeration equipment, j Write fully, giving age, phone, present occupa. Utilities Eng. InsL, Box 1808. ........ IWnfnt.Monldl 20.2 ! Previous Puzzle if a1tI a Lie n e NjtHRi fjd HsieTr Thoin ie.TnsIIq shcf a l a '0 ;m s..'.Tli U V A lie ADS MORE THAN TWO LINES 1 time, per word ..2c 3 consecutive- times, per woru ....4c consecutive times, per word i Mttnth, consecutive times, per word 2c READERS . Count five average words to line. St in ears doubiv count. Per line, first insertion, 20c ; per line each additional insertion. 16c Card of Thanks. &Oe. COPY DEADLINES ' - Classified eoov 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 pave. ' flE JVjTI EJIO B TlAjLE&ffAT ifc MllAWnMtlALBLlLE HORIZOXTAr, 1 Dethroned ruler. 7 lie was tho king. 13 Principal. H To diminish. 16 Grafted. 17 Indian. IS I.OI1K cut. 19 To accomplish 21 Neither. 22 Southeast. 23 Castle trench. 24 To become bankrupt. 26 Paid publicity 27 Hobln. 28 Crude. 30 Graded system 32 Senior. 33 Pronoun. 35 Custom. 36 Mineral spring 37 Measure of area. 38 Silkworm. 39 Leg bone. 40 Lacquer Ingredient. 42 Marked with spots. 44 To depart. 46 To detest. 47 Mm I ml in dye. 48 Rubber tree 60 Right. 51 Fortified place 54 Fiber knot. 65 Prevaricator. 67 To corrode. 68 Italian coin. 69 This king Is In exile. 60 His country Is now a Answer to fPiAiUJLMSlLIOlE A In c r Paul ITIMMIE I MlABijN'onPllO EjR GPTO I 21 Help Wanked. Female ADDRESS" ENVELOPES, DIGNIFIED sparelitne work. $5 to $15 weekly commission. Experience unnecessary. Stamp Dopt 4271, Box 75, Hammond, Indiana, brings details. Employment Manager, 20 20 Help Wanted, Male MALE HELP WTD .... I MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE. 45-A-WEEK Write Albert Mills, 131 Monmouth, Cin-opportunity. Automobile given as bonus, cinnati. O. a20-22 19 Found FOUND AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK License tag number L-2-216. Owner nuty have snme by calling at Democrat-He raid and paying for ad. , al5-17 24 Wanted. Miscellaneous WANTED WE ARE BUYERS OF CAS-cam Bark. M. Senders A Co. . aU-ml CASCARA HARK WANTED WE ARK in the market for an unlimited quantity of dry or green Cascara Bark. Will pay highest cash prices. Albany Bargain House, 2nd and Baker, Phone 796. a!5-tf WANTED WOOL AND MOHAIR.. WE pay highest market price. M. Senders & Co. si 5-ml WANTED WOOL & 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. CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old jewelry, watch cases, etc. F. M. French A Sou, Jewelers. dSOtf 6 lBTj N ITE Df ATESc6l NsHBOijG H1! at rvrson's Drug Store. marltf CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE, etc. "Look tn your attic." Chas. Rohr bough A Son, 415 W. First St, jl-tf 113 For tale, Miscellaneous PAYING 5c LB. DRY CASCARA, 30c for wool, 42c for mohair. Selling Grimm alfalfa. 18c and 2-lc. Katahdin potatoes at Albany Seed Co. warehouse, 2V-V and lie Paying 922 ton fot Hcnchcn barley any locations. Farmers Seed Acct, Brownsville. al8-21 WRECKING 2 BIG SCHOOLS LUMBER $4 & up, flooring, ceiling, siding, casing & Moulding, lath. Planks 2x6, 2x12, 2.jxl8, 3x12. Brick $t & up. Dry wood. Salesman 3rd St Mudison, Albany. alG-22-S Livestock FOR SALE 3t WEANLING PIGS. George W. Smith, Halsey, Ore. ali-20 WANTED FOR CASH OLD OR WORTH-lehs horses and cows: also dead animals if in good condition. Cnle and Montgomery, Phone collecet 8a-F-12t Cor vail is al7-tf NOTICE C ALE MONTGOMERY, WHO are advertising in this paper for worthless hvrses and cowa are in no way connected with my place. Cecil Montgomery. . m26-a26 CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. .Ph. 14 F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. mU-tf DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charge anywhere. Phone e-)lcct 14-F-14, Albany. If no answer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. ml4-if 15 For Rent. Houses, Apts. FOR RENT HOUSE. BARN, GARDEN tract in No. Albany. Inquire. Manager K. P. Apts. . a!7-20 ELLSWORTH AITS. If BAT. oVKR. t lifted furniture. Ph. 8ft.. 80s Ellsworth. 6-tf LOST -BLACK LEATHER PURSE SAT urday niuht at Cottonwood.. Contains Mm II amount cash, fountain pen, and valuable pa.iers. Reward. Kinder picas return to Democrat-He raid office. a20-2li " RIVER BOTTOM 104 acres $3500. Easy term ; family fruit. bldK.. highway. ACRES CLOSE IN Strictly modem 1 bungalow, ch:lcen equipment, walnuts and fruit. Price J35D0. CALIFORNIA TRADES 10 ACRES. PLASTERED home, family fruit, close in. C. M. DOLLARHIDE CO. alS-tf SPECIAL BUY NICE LITTLE SUBUR. ban home with water system, nice Hhruos and shade. Only S'J&O.OO. Terms. For Rent, by non-resident 35 acres with about 5 acres in strawberries, loganberries. Young berries and raspberries, balance farm land. Fair house, barn and out-buildings. Quick action wanted, only I1GO.00. Tripp St Murphy. a2U-tf .. 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 lota, paved street, fruit, fine location, tho house itself would cost ?80UO to replace; hardwood ' floors in front rooms, fireplace, full basement. This property Is offered for a few days only at (3800, which Is only a fraction of Its real value. Located at 622 West Tth street. Drive by but do not dLtturb the tenant. Please act quickly on this as it will not last. IRVINE L. HOOD, Phone 300 a-8tf THOROUGHBRED SPRINGER SPANIEL pups, finest hunters, only $3.00 each. Jvnk's Hatchery, Tangent. Orel TRIPP MURPHY REALTORS Butcher Shop Doing Good Business and If you are a butcher and want to get into business see us at once. 200 Acre Farm Cheney. Wash. Most under cultivation with fine buildings and owner wants a dairy ranch In this valley. 200 Acres on Beautiful Creek,' nearly half in cultivaion and good buildings. Place Is well stocked. Gov, loan only 82P00. Owner will accept a good small acrenffv near College town. al6-tf FOUND PAIR NEW KID GLOVES. Owner may have some by identifying and paying for ad. Hurley's Plumbintf Shop. al0 WHEN READY TO SHEAR YOUR sheep call J. Reese Mallow, Rt. 1, Cor-vallis, Phone 18-F-3. D.-H. Want Ads Bring Results Little Orphan Annie Other Comics SHEEP SHEARING. ROBIN TRUAX. Call 29-F-4. aM-20 PAINTING, WALL PAPERING, INTER- ior decorating that's different. Phone 42 ur 513-L. Wilbur Dawson A CJalro Snyder mou-ti HELP THR NEEOT The Salvation Army needs (ruiu. vege-'able, clothing .etc., to help needy people in emergency cases. Money, toe, if you ear to contribute. We have no telephone, but bring 'n what you have to donate ox drop ma a card and we'll call for It Capt. Bert Bailey. 840 East First 8t, Albany. 33 Personal STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS, AND INDIGESTION victims, why suffer 7 For quick relief gl a free gift packet of Udga. a doctor's prescription, at Fivd Dawson's Drug Store. m24-a24 TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Prices quoted below are those prevailing at 11 o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and are subject to change at any hour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN ; If . Senders A Co. WHEAT: No. 1 white, 80 ; red am) ml.xcd, 78c bushel.' BARLEY : Hansen, 121.00 Urn. OATS : White, No. 1. I18.U0; gray No. i, 123.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. . WOOL Wool, per pound , 30c Mohair.' per pound : ,42c ' MEATS (D. R. Nebergall Meat Ce.) CATTLE . Steera ..$S.nOt)7.00 Heifers 4.fl0r,t6.&0 Bulls S.BOGCS.OO Cows, beet 3.00f&.00 Cows, cutters 1.60(3.00 HOGS 150 to 160 pounds .- S 8.60 160 to 210 pound O.OOfii 10.00 210 to 250 pound s B.SOtfi, 9.50 250 to 350 pounds , . HMft( 8.75 360 pounds up 6.75'ill 7.50 Sows fS.TIiftl 7.25 SHtrBF Lambs I' 50318.80 Ewes S 1)0(8.00 Yearlings 8 906.00 VEAL IJve t 7c Dressed ..12c - - EMPECO, VOUR MATESTY NOTHIN" I f AMD I COULD STOP I G9T To HIM- IL ) ' y By I 3 i 1 it. a io II 12 ii ! '. ,. 14 IS y 15 iF ', iB 7 io TT Ji i ! Ts?, rS5J"7"5S 3o 55 ' 77" 3s ii i3j . 33 T"3 ' ' Vs.' " 4$ "16 t AVk 47 :, . IfV - - -jTj- - 59 "" " " """"" 60 ' - MlwLww '1 ' I I j m SO "YOU'LL BE A MAN, MY SON" RATES AND INFORMATION Count six average words to the line. IF your ad appears incorrectly, notify us 'nmicdiattlv. We accept resimn-.ibility for one incorrect insertion. PHONE ADVERTISEMKNTS fid will be taken over the telephone ui by mail. This is doo for the m-vtfnienee of the advvrtiwr. and remittance should be mailed upon the receipt of invoice. Minimum I Li. V time ...... .25c M;niroum 2 Li. 8 time Stic Minimum 2 LI. 0 times . .Vw . . -86c Minimum 2 Li. Month tZ.ih Pt-saa II 1 For Sale Real Estate' 90 ACRES STOCKED AND EQUIPPED near Springfield. Ore.. $4600, $1300 rash, terms. J. F. Smith, Box tl, Springfield. Ore. ; , . .4 alS-VS 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. alfi-ml6 12 For Sale -Used Cars VETERANS INVESTIGATE THIS NEW Deal I 10 per cent cush 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 al5-2l-S 11 Hay, Grain. Feed - FOR SALE SEED CORN, Mc KAY'S Yellow Dent, best for ensilage: 100 lbs. $4.00: 600 lbs.. $17.50; 1.000 lbs.. 930.00. A. C. Hcyman, Albany, Rt. 4, " mi. west from Bryant Pork. al7-30" 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal DIRECT FROM THE MILL 16-INCH mill wood, fine for cookstoves, $3.60 per cord. Heavy old growth 4 ft. slab, $3 in load lots. Sawdust and shavings. Albany Fuel Co., Inc., 316 Calapooia St. Phone G2. astf THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wright, pnone 2C6-J, 638 E. 6th St . m20-tf GOOD WOOD PRICED RIG HI. DELIV-ered in any length. Lester Chilcote. 1606 Santiam Rd. Phone 734-R. j20-tf BONE DRY WRECKAGE WOOI.3RD A Madison. Albany. . a)6-22-S FRIENDS I HAVE A USTOF PEOPLE" WHO ARE GOING TO TESTIFY AS CHARACTER WITNESSES AGAINST NUTTY, IW COURT !! GEE.&NNIE, f THCT I'VE BEEM TMINK'M ft, AND THINKIN' AMD ---rr; THINKIN' 'BOUT THAT STORY VOO L, TOLD ME NESTERDAY- " NOW.TUEN - WE SETTLEf" A THEN. WITH ME. FORCES FINALLY HE H BUT HE KEPT SKIM', CAN, IF I-WILL Wsl AND WHEM HE ( THOT S TRUE WAS A KID HE (RIGHT- (TTl I WAS SKINNY AMD Ti lf CirmBERT- I FUNNV LOOKIN' " ) ii 1 J WITH GLASSES? ,t,.. t ?F7 Mb EVERYBOCW ". -.'.' P'CKED BE 0NE GREATEST PRESIDENTS-- GEE---" CAN I AND HE GOT STRONG' AND HE WASN'T SCARED O' ANYBODY ON ARTH- AND HE BECAME A ,...l7c ...,Uc ., . . 14c , ..Im tinnier , . Stage EGGS All Prices Arc Uel.vcr.d Aibi Caws Rrturneo Extras Standards , . . . ... ........ Extra medium , Standard medium Brown extras , , Dirty extras Undergrade Pulleta Pee weea VEAL Live Dressed BUTTERFAT A grnde B grade , .'. C grade , SHEEP . ... 18c . . . .17c ....16c ....13c ....18c ....Ific ....13c ....12c . ... 10c Lambs f... S8.2S$9.0Q Portland Market Review Portland, Ore-. April 20.--A 11 butter prices Again were lowered one-ha If cent louny. i Eggs were sternly ; no price changes. Asparagus movement was liberal wtili prices 25c generally lower tluin Saturday for pyramids. Lettuce is. firm and up to (3.50 for fancy 5s. Texus- new iraUitocs are selling around $2.50 and $2.75 for 50a. There was a greater offering of Call fornia berries, Oregon loaf cheese was slashed one-half cent a pound. Hothouse tomatoes sold around $2.60 for 10s. Oranges are higher. Mexican tomatoes show a wide spread. Vista. Celery' sates around $3.25 for Chula Rhubarb Is better n price and demand. Spinach remains low priced. PORTLAND LIVESTOCK (By U. S. Dept. of Agriculture) Portlnnd, Ore., April 20, Hogn: Receipts 2.500 ; around 25c lower : hulk good and most loads 10.75 ; heavies $0.50ft) lightweight drlvclns $ ; few lots 10.26 ; light lights 10.00ftiil0.26 ; packing sows : feeder pigs tl0.00r 10.75. ; Cattle NKccuijlt 2.00; calves 200-1 slow : carry sales and bids B5ftij35c loWer I few loads fed steers $7.00(7.60; best held above $7.76 : common down to $5.50 ; few heifers $6.00di fi.OO ; beat held above $7.00: low cutter and cutter cowa $2.G0(U;4,Q0 By HAROLD GRAY RIGHT-YOU KEEP SAYIN AND" BELIEVTN' THAT AND YOU'LL GO SOMEWHERE, Thompson and Coll - I' AN BY BLOSSER T't: THERE ISN'T OKIE OKI THAT LIST WHO WOULDN'T THROW ROCKS AT HIS BY HAMLIN IMS- - KID- famous, soldier j BUT, AT THAT INSTAMTJ TUE 18 Ulcer. ; 20 Lubricant. 23 52SO feet. 24 Musical note. 25 rtehold. 27 Hollow dish. 28 Hoisting machine. 29 Aquatic mammal. 31 Mongrel. " 32 Pique. 34 Age. 36 To smash. 38 To swallow up 39 Heavenly body. 41 Sheepskin cap. 43 Sound of surprise. 45 Hodgepodge. 47 Pertaining to air. 49 Organ of .. hearing... 61 Because. ' ; 52 Poem. ; 53 Corded cloth. 4 64 Nothing. ; 56 Ream. ; 68 Pound. VEKTIC.VL 1 Diverts. 2 Tardy. 3 Sound of disgust. 4 Upon. ' 5 Prepared lettuce. 6 Death notice. 7 Street. , . . . 8 Foot lever. 9 Northeast. 10 Wayside hotel 11 Portico. 12 Herdsman. 15 Preposition. MEATS AND PROVISIONS Country Meats : Selling price to retail ers : Country killed lings, beat butchers. under 160 lbs., 13V.ftil4c: vealsra. No. 1, lajfyHc; light and thin ' 12c ; heavy lHc; spring lambs 18fti20c: ewea 6 10c lb. 8ffHlc; cutter cows SfrilOc; Iambs, old. Bacon: 26fti26Uic lb. Htima: 29fti30c; picnic 2irfi22c lb. Lard: Tierce basis lle lb. HOPS AND WOOL Hops: Nominal; 1U36 clusters, 7(fF9c tb. Wool : 1036 contracts, nominal ; Willamette vnlley, medium, 80c ; coarse and braid 28c; eastern Oregon 2lf2Uc lb. Sunday Visitors Get - Groceries, Clothing Durglnrs who took groceries and clothing from the home of George Thomns on the corner of Water and Ellsworth streets apparently picked nh inopportune time Sunday night. Bystanders claimed to have recognized two of the three men seen emerging from the house with their arms filled. The theft was reported immediately to the police, who followed in the direction taken by the culprits east on Water street but failed to find them. Thomas today filed a complaint at the district attorney's office, and on :.rcngth of the bystanders' testimor.. larceny warrants were sworn out for the arrest of the men. Thomas lost two suits of clothing as well as groceries and meats. ' 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 sew their ad. in The Dcmocrat-Kerald. ATTORNEYS MARKS & McMAHAN Attorneys at Law 1st Nafl Bank Bids. Phone W AUTO FREIGHT SILVEK WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., Phone 371. CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 4011 W. Itnt Phnno 7R FILM SEKV1CK HURLEY'S DRUG STORE FOB nvprnlBht film arv1r FUNERAL DIRECTORS KORTMILLER FUNERAL HQMS OaT nr Niaht phnn- 447-W INSURANCE OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established 1911 WM. BAIN, INSURANCE. M-oej to loan, farm security. PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO.-ALWAYS IM the market for eggs, poultry and cream. WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWI--MaytaR. Easy, Thoi WaBhers. WELDING BLACK8MmUNfa SNYDER & SON BEAR ALIOtt ing frames, axles straightened. WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER & SON Well Drillers "Wp spirit your inquiries' fiugene, Oregou EXPOSED MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse . N'OWEMTAEH. WVSTER ,e OVER-WMELMED BY TME 5UD0EMME55 AMD FURY OF MYeA' ATTACH I AEOU5ED BV THE EXCITEMENT, I - JKOiki. gEXi 3S.'.,rV JI "' DOM'T LISTEN TO HIM -THIS W : I WrJ MAM ie S 1 ijiCJf IMFOSTER.- ASPVI CAN PROVE sk-j i,r nil HI?. SUPERIOS. STBEMGTl-i, MIS QUKJ TO MVEA'S &DE. ! common medium $4.60lii S.2S ; Hood beef cows Ifi.fiO: best held around Jfl.00 ; bulls motly $5.00fi S.50 ; vculcra Btraily, cirly 1ju $U).QU. Shwp; Ruccips 2.100, including 1.470 , direct; oiwninic salei aruuiul Blvody ; no Kood woolcd lnmba sold early ; quotable to $10.00; load good shorn lambs f 8.-10 ; common down to $6.00; kooi! 71 to 71) lb. drive in 6HnK lambs 110.1)0; medium U-l0'' 9.50; early top woolvd cwui $6.60; btst shorn ewt'i $4.00. TIIK ntODUl E EXCHANGE Tho followinK prices wore nnmed to he effective toriny : II utter: Culm vxtrns 'ZK'jC ; ntnmlnrdn 2Hc ; prime firsts 7Vjc; ftnils 277jC. ChiM-sa: Oreiion tripU-tu lfi'jC ; OrcKon loaf 10c. Brokers will pay 'jC below qiiot-ations. Kkks: Produce Exchanwo quotations be- twevn dealers: Extra Ibi-kc lKo; standards lariro 17c; extras madium 17c; stnndnrds mrilium 17c. Jobbing- prices lliwher. I'OltTLAND WIlOl.fcHALE I'ltlt ES These arc the prices rvtnilers pay whole- ralers, except where otherwise stated : Butter: Prints. A Kradc, UOjC lb. in parchment wrapper, Zl'jC lb. in cartons; B grade, parchment wrapper, ZU'.-jc lb.; cartons 80 lb. Butterfnt: Portland delivery: A vraile, delivered at least twica weekly, 3ilf(i:ilc lb.; country routes, 2H(nZUc; U urnde 2Wtj 30c; C urade at market. U Grade Cream for Market; Buying price, bulUrrnt basis, S.T-jC lb. Cheese: Sell inn price to Portland retailers: Tillamook triplets, 21c; loaf 22c. Tillamook sellinit price to wholesalers: Triplets lc: loaf 20c lb. Kick": KuyfnR price of wholesalers : Ex tras 18c standards 10c ; oxtm mvdiunu 16c; do medium firsts IDc ; under iirude l:ic; pullets I'Sc duwtn. Milk: A grade Portland delivery, OH'c II), butter fnt bnriiu for 4 per cent. Livo Poultry: Portland delivery, buying price: Colon d hens, over 4.j lbs., IHfif: ; l!c ; under 4 Urn.. iwfa Itfc ; leKhrn ' hens, over a lbs., lCd Ific ; under a',u ' lbs., 15'fM6c; leuhorn broilers, 1 to 1. lbs., lftri;16c; do i'i lbs. up, MiUc; colored spriiiKH, 2 lbs. and up, lUfti20c; roost ' era oYtOc ; pekln ducks, young. 1 l'i 17c ! Keese, lirf,2c tb. Live Poultry1 Selling price by wholesalers: Light hens l&iifiir, ; medium hens 16', aft 17c; colored hens IH'u Itlc : broilers 16'C ; springs IKftl'Oc ; ekiu ducks, young, ISOHe ; do roloncl t'ir ! He; capons, over 7 lbs,, 2P2fc lb. ; j guinea hens 60c each. ' Turkeys: Dressed: Selling price to retailers: N-K 1 hens, 23c lb; loins fiut 32'ao lb. Itabbils: Fancy dressed. 20ftf24c lb. FKEHII FKUIT Apples: Delirious, extra Taney, $l.B6fti. 2.00 m ; do fancy, $l.6fr 1.IJ0 ; -w-towns, extra fancy, $1.76; do fancy $1.45; do face and fill, fancy, 5c ; do face and bill, choice, 66; Spitzenberg, extra fum:y, $1.40; do combination $1.26; Home Beauty. Jumble, 22 ';c lb.; Winesaps, extra fancy. $1,66 box; do fancy $1.40; do jumble extra fancy 3c lb. Bananas: Bunch, 6'jC lb; hands 64t6Ue lb. Strawberries: Fresno IS.2UfJi3.2S per 20 basket crate. Gcurs; D'AnJou, $1.15 box. Oranges: California navels, fancy, $.1.15 fH.6t); choice $2.762.86; standards $2.66 cane. Grapefruit: Arimm $1.80C((2.40 ; Florida $4.00'('4.2S ease. Unions: California, fancy, $$.256.&0 choice $1.006.00 case. FRESH VKGKTAHLRH Potatoes: Local $1.90-(.00 per cental; Klamath $2.402.50 t,t.i. a : netted gems. $2.002.16; Deschutes netted emt $2.26ft(2.86 cental. Celery: California 2.7fit3.0O crate, leas: California: $3.Q04i3.25 sack Spinach: The Dalles 26US6c; Ioc mt 36c box. packed"' 0nn' 126-3J Pr 100 lbs. Tomatoes: Mexican, $3.0O3.25 lug re-crate. ' Lettuce: Salinas 13.28: Imperial 13.00 Sweet Potatoes: cr.le; u,hrn $l.0' orate. LullMower, Ri,ebunt, 1.15,; VM. fornl, II.lxnn.lS erte. rwn, 30lji.35c per 15. 111. box. Cucumbv. : doien. Local, hot'.iouse, 85c'!).1.3S New Polatoe,: Texa. $2.t0i2.60 per SO lb. bair; Shatter. 5c lb. A.paraiua: Mid-Columbia 12.402 50 per 30 lb. pyramid; HermLlon.. 6c lb.; r V w wr l2-b MramU; Cali-0 ....... ,,., ,.60 pyr.mld New Onion.: Tex Bermmla. ; lr Su lb. crate. MO STICKING I fY0U btES, AND WEVE .)(wT NMt WWIS' I APPROACHES BY. A PAL EAH.AN" LYIMQ IKJ COURT IS PERJURY ."DO, BUT THOSE PEOPLE WILL LlE,JUST'TWE samexlt DOM'T BUT AIE. YOU PUG 1 COP HADWT BUMPED i would have NOV GIT I Imajoruvsteb.? I , IF YOU PLEASE" r ft ?, a vsmv s THEY'RE (BEST TO KEEP um mj' '( ' Lte- 1 WJNNA IHEM FROM WE HAVEWT I MAY 71 . ANY RIGHT ( ABOUT ye-T?', ,TS VvW' HIM ? S JT TAKE A LOOK AT THAT LIST OF WITMESSES .' Do "THEY MEAW AMY- TWIUPi it) vtoU ? SMUTZLED YAP YOU OFF N TH'THBOME, OUTA My SIGHT, G wAM. MONSTER 'T JACK. SHALL i 'HAVE MI5 CEVEM6E FRECKLES AND HIS ALLEY OOP Twe GSAvjD wrzss, EwPLcyiNCj Hypnotism, SE'ZED COMTCOL OP ALLEY OOPS DINOSAUR SO ALLEY OOP SEIZED THE MOCVIAM THROW& . BUT promised to cesroce THE TO &UXZ.LE, IP HE COULD PCEVAJL L'POM THE COLI3T- X -MAOICIAM TO J CcMOV E THE SPELL FE?OM DlMKjy. LISTEKI, FELLAS, WEVE J'VA.'S GOT TO STICK BY -'"' KJUTTY.... HE'S OUR PALj AWD HE'S J BUT , IM A JAM ! WHAT f' - n caw we: y' do? ENTER FOOZY WHAT? YCU EXPECT K'E TO GIVE UP MY CONTROL CP ALLEY OOPS But. c-camd wi. .V CANT LETTHA :CATV ALLEY OOP VCEARTH'MOOUASJ 1 BEFORE I LOSE MY TEMPER AM 5IC MX DINOSAUK.SO THAT YOU.CAM HAVE YOU (2 THCOKJE BACK? DOMT MAKE kip 1 ii ir.M -... . k;p 1 ii ir.H 1 DIMOSAUR OM VAl - cfTl MM W7 1,1 . K J (J . 1916 8NCA 5IBVICf INC T M Rffl U 9

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