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TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1936 TMt AtftANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE SOONER OR LATER YOU'LL WONDER WHY YOU DID'T USE CLASSIFIED ADS SOONER 8 For Sale, Wood and Coat WANTED WE ARE BUYERS OF CAS carb Bark. M. Senders & Co. al6-ml Noted Educator "1 PIANO SMALL BALANCE DUE want quick sale. Cash or $6 monthly. No reasonable offer refused. Good, high-grade piano. Address Mr. Smith. Adjuster, Cline Piano Co., 1011 S. W. Washington St.. Portland. Oregon. a25-2K NEW TODAY FOR SALE MAC1C CHRP iS stove, Hiutrer sewing; machine, also dresser. Mary Boom, Apt. 3, McDowell HltlK. a2S-2H WOOL . I Wool, per pound ........50c Mohair, per pound 10c ! MEATS i (D. E. Nebergall Meat Ce.) CATTLE j Steers .$5.50ffl 7.00 Heifers 4.50tf6.IO Bulls i S.50((5.00 Cows, beef 3.00fti6.iO Cows, cutlers 1.5tKt3.C WE HAVE SEVERAL VERY FINE range specials in addition to the ones ' mentioned in our regular adt. Mountain Staet Power Co. ; . ft" WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS Rt'Htly now. Still plenty of time to raise a nice lot of fall layers. Also J envy White Giants, unxcelled for capons, and Black Minorca, a splendid two-purpoae fowl. RUSSELL'S HATCHERY, Corvallts, Oregon. I'hone 30. a -'5 AiiMver to Trevious Puzzle IGBAICJE.C0OILl IPIGI&L-. T A L n!0 B SOP E ALT em i TjsnDjr S 1 E N T 1 5 AlUIlETRllT E UAlfFrtU C Tn TO T SlfTS NIET ILAPBlBP FPgiE T B 0Pp L TSB SfT L AQDIg GBwIA L E RHH AISEIIO M EWElUA M IgJA HOltl.ONTAIi 1 Kanious Amor- leftii tem-her. U Male iIr. H WhiK. 15CoU(-Ke omdul 16 Stntlon. 17 Frames for the dead. 1(1 Clrcnt lako. I'l To soak flax. 22 Mull I lies. 24 To bow. 25 Corpse. 26 Laughter sound. 27 Unit an cm. 2 Chaos. 30 Lacquer Ingredient. 31 Hodcnt. IIS Angry. 24 Mourning Virgin. 35 Jewel. 36 Night iM-fore. 37 And. 39 Tone R 12 Coalition. 16 He Is a university . 17 To exist. IS Street. 20 He ia a leader. In the field ot 22 Obtained from' grape Juice.1 23 Snake. 26 Detests. 2S Ingenuous. 30 To loiter. 32 Coif device. 3STo annoy. 41 Elk. 43 Piebald. 45 Form of "be." 46 Legume plant. . 47 Unoccupied."' 18 To tloie.' 49 Deity. 50 Sound. 52 Kumanlan coins.' 54 Tribunal. 56 South Carolina 55 Smith America. 41 Musleat nolo. 6V 42 Klber knots. 44 He was n U. S. member. 60 Also. 51 Dress coat end 53 Badge of valor 54 Present. 55 Observes, 57 High mountain 5S Without. 59 lie Is a doctor of . 40 Northeast 2 a 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 1 1 GOOD WOOD PRICED III G HI. OKL1V-ercd In any length. Lester Cliilcote, 1606 Santiam Rd. Phone 734-R. j2Q-tf DIRECT FROM THE MILL 1S-INCU mill wood, fine for cookstoves, $3.60 per j cord. Heavy old growth 4 ft. slab, 3 I in load lota. Sawdust and shavings. A I- j bany Fuel Co., Inc., 316 Calapooia St. j Phone 62. , stftf THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wright, ptione 266-J, 638 E. 6th St. m20-tf 12 For Sale Used Cars FOR SALE 1928 RECONDITIONED Oldsmobile Coupe. Terms cash. Address Box 1893, care Democrat-Herald. R2S-28 1 1 Hay, Grain, Feed FOR SALE WHEAT & OAT BRIGHT straw, 16 per. ton. Tangent; Katahdin table and seed potatoes. 2 per 100 stored in Albuny Seed Co. Whse. Farmers Seed Acct, Brownsville. a2ft-2S FOR SALE SEED CORN, McKAY'S Yellow Dent, bent for ensilage: 100 lbs. $4.00; 600 lbs., $17.60; 1,000 lbs., $30.00. A. C. Heyman, Albuny, Rt. 4, 2 mi. west from Bryant Park. al7-80 Livestock FOR SALE TEAM. H7.1i 0 ItHOOl) ' sows with and without, also wean-; er pigs and milking rows. Must sell this week 1 VSt ml. N. of linlsey on Pacific Hwy. n27-2i wanted for cash old or worth-1 if in gotul condition. Cale and Montgomery, I'hone collecet 33-1M2, Corvnllia nlT-lf CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. 14 F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. ml4-tf 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. ml 4-tf 13 For sale, Miscellaneous BABY CHICKS FEEDING EQUIPMENT, wuter fountain, at less than mail order price. HrewHtcr Hatchery, Crabtree, Ore. a25-28 NOT A HAPPY I WRECKING 1 SCHOOLS LUMBER 94 and up. Brick $4 per M. Planks good for barns and bridges, timber, 1x8 and 1x6 sheeting, flooring, ceiling, siding. Can deliver. 3rd and Madison. Albany, a -'3-29-S 15 For Rent, Houses, Apts. FOH RENT 0-11OOM .MODERN house, gas, fruit trees, garden, garage at 1227 R. 2nd. Call at C10 K. 2nd. U27-2S FOR RENT DUPLEX, FURNACE, CAR-age at 188 E. 7th. Adults. A25-28 FOR RENT 4 A fi ROOM UNFURN. apts. Phone 547-R. al-tf ELLSWORTH APTS. BEAT, OVER-stuffed Turniture. Ph. 36. 80ft Ellsworth. 4-tf APARTMENTS FOR RENT. DR. Stark's HIcUt. alS-m6 32 Training for Position WANT TO TALK TO AMH1TIOCS men who want to qualify for positions servicing, repairing, and Installing Electric lief rigerators and Air Conditioning Systems. No experience necessary, but chosen applicant must be mechanically In-dined and willing to devote some spare time in training. For personal interview write Refrigeration Engineering Institute., Box 1907, r-o Democrat-Herald. n27-29 21 Help Wanted, Female WW II. 11 ENPEHIF.NCED GIRL for gen real housework, fall Howard Parsons after noon at John Underwood, Sunrise, Phone llSS-,1. n27-21t 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old Jewelry, watch cases, etc. F. M. French ft Sou, Jewelers. d30tf CASCARA BARK WANTED WE ARE in the market for an unlimited quantity of dry or green Casta ra Bark. Will pny highest cash prices. Albany Bargain House, 2nd and Baker, Phone 706. alfi-tf ENDING HOGS 10il to Ki pounds $ 8.23 210 to 250 iKiuml 8.26fi (1.25 160 to 210 pounds 8. TS'rt 0.76 2M) to 360 pounds 8.2My.8. 50 350 pounds up . , , . ... , , ,-, , , . 6.50( 7.2r Sows , . 6.50'ii".0O siibEr Lamb , ,...$" SHC(H.60 Ewes 2 'J0$3-00 Yearling ft 30Q6.00 VEAL Live 7c Dressed .12c POULTRY (Swift A Company) No. 1 hens, 4( to 6 lbs ....17c No. 1 hens, over 6 lbs lie-No. 1 medium hens, over 3'-j ll 14c No. 1 medium hens, under 3li lbs 14c Colored springx 18c No. 1 broilers, 1 to 2 U 14c Roosters 7c Stags 10c EGGS All Prices Are Delivered Albany Cases Returnee Kxtraa lr Standards ,.lfic Extra medium 16c Standard medium 13c limwn extras UU Dirty extrns 16c Undergrade 13c Pullets 12c Pee wees 10c VEAL Live 8'ac Dressed i . , . . 12 ',-jc UU1TEHPAT A griuio ' 2(lc B grade ., ,....2cG C gnule ,22c SHEEP Lambs $8.269.00 POHTI.AMI MARKET Portland, tire., April 28. Market for butter was generally without change for the day. ' Kggn were firmed. Standards, large, were up lc, the only change made. There Is a short a go of strawberries here. Only a few crates of holdovers were available. By HAROLD GRAY ideal hi hi it h an ackkaoi-:, with two acres btnriut; Kuglish walnuts, modern poultry house for 250 hens two brooder houses, large Karate, and Rood plastered house with electric lights. A real good home at a real close price and $ ft 0 () eauh puts you in immediate possession. . 300 A ere Farm, one of I.inn county' very (-hotcesL farms with prae-tloally all 'rich bottom land and a nice lot of alfalfa and clover. Immediate possession and all crops for $20,000 and extra easy term 5. Tripp Murphy It en I to tk. a2S-tf FOB SALE YELLOW SIVftKIt ' with cage and stand, S5. Huston's, 9th & Broadway. a2S FOR RALE EXCEPTIONAL Bi:V 1 lit-'31 Sedan. 1-ooks and runs li-ke .now. Kconomicnl to operate. ;):i8 K. 6th St. - a28-29 TRADE SELL House In Albany, to trade for a good car. 220 Acres, clona to Lebanon, AO Acres cultivated, balance pasture and limber, on good gravelled road Improved with two sets of buildings, I&750 for all. Also several farms on very easy terms. C. M. Dollar-hide Co. , a27-tf FOR RENT 10-ACRE PLACE 3 1 miles out of Albany. Inquire 624 Ellsworth or 231 i.yon St. n28-30 WASTED COWS TO PANTI'IIE, ' good grasH & water. C. 12. Bacon, No. Albany, Albany, Ht. 4, Box 20-A. . n2S-:to RIVER BOTTOM ACREAGE 9 acres located between Ilolley and Crawfordsvllle on the highway, snap at $S0O. Terms or will take soldiers -bonus bonds. ' 30 acres located 2 miles north of Corvallis on west side highway, all under cultivation, cheap buildings, this place lays nice and rolling, offered on quick sale for onlv $1400, 1UVIN10 1 HOOD, I'hone 300 ... a27-tf Little Orphan Annie And Other Comics ! ITa-1 ?" 7 o " " loT" (T ia j ib T- T7 la 15 ' asT ai a " I jAjf. - 35" tj f? J) 33 sT 3S" T S5 LJx t " 4e W 44 "aT" 3S W ' 50 hi 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 rr'i 1 1 WANTED WOL A 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 & Baker. m28-a28 WANTED WOOL AND MOHAIR.. Ke pay highest market price. M. Senders A Co. a!5-ml OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at r Eton's Drug Store. marltf CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE, etc. "Look In your attic," Chai. Bohr-bough a Son, 41S W. First St. jl-tf 28 Houses Wanted WANTED TO RENT 3 OR 6 BOOM house in Albany for JM-j or 3 yrs.. 3 adults. Large garage. Cah rent or will consider painting, decorating or remodeling. Phone 612-Y or address llSS E. First St., Albany. ' a'J5-28 30 Miscellaneous Classified PAINTING, WALL PAPERING, INTER tor decorating that's different. Phone 42 or 613-L, Wilbur DawBon A Claire Snyder. m30-tf HELP THE NEEDY The Salvation Army needs fruits, vefre ablet, 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 er drop a a card and we'll call for it Capt. Bert Bailey. 840 East First St.. Albany. TODAY'S MARTO QUOTATIONS Pricea quoted below are tfaoaa prevailing at 11 o'clock a. m. on ty of publication, and are lubjeet to aliange at any hour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN M. Senders A Ce. WHEAT: No. 1 white, bic ; red and mixed. 78e bushel, BARLEY: Hansen, $21.00 ton. OATS: White, No. 1. $18.00; grar No. 1, $23.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. O.K - IT DOES SOUMD TEMPTING, DR DEVRIE5. WE.. WE SHALL 5EE DISISS? 0lOJrl igfcJSffl "v"' !f ' r. ? FOR SALi: :t I, CHE TASKS, HAH- gain price. 1101 Santiam Itnad. a28-.10 FOR SALE ftlMIIXCiKlt JEHNEV roft'8, also heifers. Fred Schneider, IU. 1. a2S FOR SALE CLEAN IIISON FLAX seed. $2 bu. Day-old cockerels, $1 per 100 Fri. Ai Sat. Bring boxes. Oak-wood Poultry Farm, Tangent. Phone 5-F-3. a28-50 PROFESSIONAL SHEEP S1IEAR- ,ers, spraying machine for ticks, sacks & twine. Buy wool. Call fi01-K-l Albany. Obermcyer, Tangent. a2S I SKIt CAS RANGES, ELECTRIC ranges, oil stoves, electric & gas plates, lowest possible prices. Rebuilt used ranges, large stock only $9.75 & up. Best possible values at Albany Iiariraln House, 2nd & Baker. a2S-30 BAY OLD COCKERELS EVERY Wednesday & Thursday, $1 per 100. I,. E. Arnold, Lebanon, -Ore. Phone 1421. n2S-29 For Sale Farms 47 ACRE FARM FOR SALE ON SAN-tiatn Hwy.', G miles out: new 5 room house, new chicken house all other outbuildings fair; on main power line. Crops all in. A BARGAIN. See owner, Wm. McKinley, Rt. 1, Albany, Ore. a22-m22 1 For Sale Real Estate TAX SALE PROPERTIES SELLING for fraction of value, includes Lebanon, lota. Umber, farm lands, acreages, etc. 70 pieces to chose from. Address Box 1883, care Democrat-Herald. , a25-ml' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FEDERAL Land Bank Farms. All counties in Western and Southern Oregon. C. A. Barnes, Field Sa Iff man, 1163 Oak St., Eugene, Or. al6-ml6 ARE ALL. fREMCH DOCTORS SO GALLANT BUT A rKEI-P VERSHIRTL , - VOUR FOLKS VOU WON'T LOSE PROMISED FARM- I HAVEN'T voo've soj V G,VEN up" TO HELP SAVE i IOOR FARM PLEASE BE TELL ME - WHAT AMERICAN, 'LAWE, 7 BUT WHAT COULD I SAV? I COULDN'T TELL HIM THERES NO HOPE O'. SAVIN' THEIR PLACE- I HAD TO TELL HIM EVER' THING LEPlN' LIZARDS' I CAM'T SAVE IT- FOUR HUNDRED BUCKS- M!GHT AS WELL BE FOUR BILLION-TAKE A POLITICIAN TO I THEIR I I A I f I READ A BOOK ONCE- I IT SAID IT'S O.K TO i FOOL A GUV WHO'S GOIN' AwaVt-I to be shot- But H 1 CUTHBERT AND HIS FOLKS .Vl HAVE GOT TO LIVE J V ON AND ON A L jJAO'-' WAS MOCH - INTERESTED MO, OF COURSE NOT- BUT PROMISE ME OME TMlMG... THAT VOULL MEET ME TONIGHT AT THE EUROPEAM CLUB FDR SLIPPER- YOU NEED A BIT OF RELAXATION, YOU KMOW. RAISE THAT DR. DeVRIES IS JACK, WHY- ! NOTHING.... PLEASE LET I ME OUT, DOC- I TOR- WE MUST" YOU ? j mlji nccr - Tl IE CkAnCO- V By Thompson and Coll MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse SERIOUS, MYRA. DOES THIS MEAN TO 'OU KNOW-IT'S LIKE SEEING A LITTLE BIT OP HEAVEN, WAVING ..VOU WERE IN THIS WAR TORW COUNTRY MI55 NORTH To Up. VKimcAi. Instruments. Trice. To make luce. Hither. Kcnce bar. On the lee. Tale. Structural unit Sheltered place fow's hiune. crnte: Fresno, $1.50 20. box hnsljet. i'ears u Anjon, i.ia nox. Oranges Cnllfornla, nnvels, fnn-V. $3.15-3:30: choice. $2.75-2.85: standards, $2.65 case. Cirnpefrult Arizona, $1.80-2.40 ase; T-Morlda, $4-4.25 case. ' IntoiiM ('nllfornin. fnnev. IG.Sfi 5.50 case; choice, $4.5 case. Fresh Veirlnltle 'nlntnou Tien1 CI n.n ifir xnnt. at: Klamath, $2.35 cental: Scapposo Nctteti t.ems, cental; Io- schutes Netted Clems, $2.25-2.34 cental. Celery California, $3.25-4 crate. Peas California, $2- 2.25 sack, ' Spinach 25-35c box. Onions Oregon, $1.25-1.35 per 109 lbs. Cauliflower Ttosehurg, ( ) crate: California, $1-1.35 crate. Tomatoes Cullforln, $1-1.25 lug. Lettuce $:i. 50-3.75 crate: Sacra im-nto, dry, $2.25-2.75. .Sweet potatoes California, $2 per 50-11). crate: southern yamtt, $1.95 crate. - Rhubarb field grown $35-40c per apple box. Cucumbers local, hothouse, $1-1.50 doz. ' New potatoes Texas, $1.05-1.75 per 50-lh hag; Nhafrer, $1.75-1.85. Asparagus mid -Columbia, $1.75-1.85 per 30-lb. pyramid: Hermlston, lie per lb; Yakima, $1.50 per 30 Ib. pyramid: California $1-1.50 pyramid. New Onions California Hermudns, "04- p-r lug. Wool 193(1 contracts, nnmlnnl' Willamette valley, medium, 30c lb; coarse and braid, 28c lb; eastern Oregon, 2 l-2:ic lb; southern Idaho ( Ih. Albany Business DIRECTORY The merchants and profei-slonnl people listed on this page are known as Albany's most Ire-liable 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 Bank Bldg.' Phone W AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points, uasco enqueues ana coai dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., I'none 371. - CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP. 409 W. first FILM 8ERVICK HURLEY'S DRUQ STORS FOR nvpmlffht film -rvW. FUNERAL DIRECTORS rORTMUXER FUNERAL HQKB rtmv or Nlffhi nhon' 44T-II 1N8UKANCB OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established 111! WM. BAIN. INSURANCE. Mnoey to loan, farm security. 1 PRODUCI SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS HI the market for eggs, poultry. and cream. ' ' - ' '' WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWE. Maytag, Easy. Thor Washer. WELDING BLACKSMITHINO SNYDER & SON - BEAR ALIGN ing frames, axles straightened.' WELL DRILLERS C E. GORDINIER ft SON 1 WellDrillers "We solicit your Inqulrlef" ' Eucum. OrtROB 'J V T zrr- TIS WELL-1 HAVE NEW5jn OF GREAT IMPORTAMCE M 'TIS WELL-1 HAVE NEW5 OF GREAT IMPORTAMCE FOR you r BY BLOSSER . MVRA UA BE EM 5UKAKVDUED TO TWE EMPEROR'S PALACE, AKJD DR DEVRIE HA OPPERED TO DR'VE WER TERE. i raulirinwpr Is HtroiiRor. Prlo'H ml-vanopil Mt Mint a nickel nnrl rcmilPH nn nKiiln rM(""ti'il to l,35 tor nl-Ifnriilnn. (Iriip.-rruK la Mronjr. imllnn HfiuiiHh Ih bolriK nflYroil nrditud 12i. I'enn nrn a trifle eny Helling mostly $2-2.25 per r-0 Ih. hu. ijitthniiHo toiniitnes nro roIIIhk MP tn 20 H. for extra fam-y, Lettneo Ih cnler. TfolhmiNO iMietmibern aro senrco nnrt hlfflier prleeil. fionil eablmK cniitimieB senrco. AnnniKiiH Ih lower with more nr-r 1 v 1 11 Ijoeal Htoclc priced around f l.IiO-l.fiQ pyrnmhl. lnilTI.All MVIOSTOCK rnrfland, Ore., April !8. Hnfffl: 150. .Slow. About Hteitdy. (iood-choli-t-IlKhtwelKlit drlveltiH ? 1 0. llf. -1 0. M). Ilenvlen $0-lU.2ri. LlKht llKht.M $10. I'ackintf NnwN $S-8.25. Feeder piK $10-10.75. Cattle: 50, f divert 1ft. Around wtemly. No Rood fed Hteers nffercd uotuhle to $7.f5, I'Vw 'iitter-eoin-llion helfei-H $:i."ri-fi. Fed lielferH Mnlealdo $(1-7 nnd above. Iaw eultor mid cutter eovn $2.75-4-. Cointnou-oteditim $4.&0-ri. flood beef eowH $5,511-0. Few bullH $5-5.50. VealerH $10 down. Wicep: 200. Sternly. Few Rood Hprlng tniiibH to $10. LIkIH eilllK down to $11.50. odd lii-nil heavy woo led old crop liunbn $'.). ( bolei- 4iHttable to $10. (inod shorn limiliH $K. Ah-dium ewe $5. (ioofl Mi fun tJWlrH $4. I'rodiief ICveliiiMKit The followliiK prleuB were named to he efTcetivt) .Monday: Itutter-cube extras, 27c; Btandnrd.l, 27e; prime fllMtrt, 20'.-; firsts. 25,. t'hi'efle Oregon trlph'tft, 1S Oro-Riin loaf, l(l. lirokei-H will pny lAc hi'low nuotationH. KffH Product) rxoliango qunta-t limn bet ween dcnlerH: extra lai-K', '.U'i Htandards, lare 1 8c;extraH, un.-dluni 17c; alandardH, medium, 1 7c. JobhillK l)t'lcen 2iJ lllKher. INirtintid VholCNli I'rlrcw TheHo aro tho prlcoH retallerH pay wholcHnlern, except whoro ollinr-wIho Btated : Butter Prints, A (fraile, 29o lb. In parehinent wrapper, ,10o -Ih. In cartons; B Rrndc, parchment wrapper, 2Sn Ib, cartnnn 2itc lb. Iluttcrrat (Portland delivery) A rade, delivered itt least twleo weekly, 2S-10c Ib; mint try rotitus, 20-28c lb; li (trade 28-2c Ib; C grade nt market. B rade cream for market-buying prien butterfat banlft, 63 c lb. Cheese 'SelllitfC prlco to Portland retailers: Tillamook triplets, 21o lb; loaf, 22c lb. Tillamook hcIIIhk' price to wholesalers: triplets, 13c lb; loaf, 20c lb. KKftt Buylnir price of wholesal- erfl: Kxtrnn, ltiR aoz; standards, 17c dog; extra mediums, lGc doz, do me dium firsts, 15o doz; under grndo, 15c doz; pullbtn, 15c dox. Milk A k ratio Portland delivery, OS'o lb. butterfat basis for 4 per cent. Ilvo poultry Portland delivery, buying price: colored hens, over 4 , lbs, 18-lite lb; under 4 lbs. 18-1'Jc Ib; lefchorn hens, over 3 lbs. 19-SOc lb; under 3 lbs, 15-l6c lb; lcRhorn broilers, I to 1U lbs. 15-16c lb; do 1 Vi 1 bs. up, 1 5-1 Co lb : colored springs, 2 lbs, and up, 19-20e lb roosters, 8-9o lb; I'ekln ducks, young, 14-170 lb; gerso, H-12c lb. Jjlva poultry Helling prlco hy wholesalers: Ught hens, 15 lb; medium hens, 17-18o lb; colored hens, 19c lb; broilers, 15 o Ih; springs, 18-22o lb; Pekln ducks, young, 18-Oc lb; do colored, 12-16c Ih; cupons, over 7 lbs, 24-25o lb; guinea hens, 50c each. Rabbits Fency dressed 20-2lc lb. Turkeys (dressed) selling price to retnilers: No, 1 hens, 2Jc Ib; tnms, 22-22C per lb. trFli YrRFtaltlrM ApploH DHtctnuM, fKtra fiinr)'. II. 85-3 box: do fancy, $1.55-1. o box; N'ewtnwnx. extra fanny. $1.70 box: flo fancy, $1.4S box: do face and fill, fancy, 8r,c box: do face and fill, choice, 6fc box. Hpltzcnborif, extra fancy, $1.40 box; do combination, $1.25 box. Homo Ilcnuty, iumble. Xf4o lb. -VlneNaifl, extra fancy, $1.65 box; do fancy, $1.40 box, do Jtiirtblc, extra fancy, 3o Ib. flananftH bunch. 6 Ho Ib: handa, li-fi V lb. ADMISSION FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS H -. . f ; V &fi88g&8j&g??faai C N fiS r" ' . ' . 'si: MJ- M MRS LAMPWICK THE THE BOY IS VICIOiJS! f. -&&&Bmmmnmq ) LIONEL ALVAYS TEASED , ,-. rl e '771 7. !"' S?T1 HE STRUCK MY SC:J, DID I I GUESS KIDS SMALLER TJr HOWOR.... g SlWSj )TS LIOWEL...W WOR YOU I D1D ) THAW HIMSELF AMD ! '.MOTHER CLAIMS MOT UWTIL. AFTER ; g H aTcSrSSr UR Son Lionel, Your -I UR Do rr OUB DAY I SAW HIM ! A PHYSICAL WRECK ? . I HIT HIM !.' !' OFTHEDEFEMDANT? (HOWOR HONOR, IS A HR?(? PLTASLU3IMA L tf S t v llA ! PHYSICAL WRECK.' t CJ4 BLIND MAW'S TIM ) ' j TTT ' T lf S,R.J CUP.' THEk I HIT A fi ( ! J .: : ' ' ! ALLEY OOP TWENTY MINUTES OFF FOR LUNCH BY HAMLIN j I . . . ' .: ' ' ' ' ' n I NEVEB SHOULD'A LET POOZY GO f SAY, GUARDS -FOOZYS SC.MEWHESE ) V f 'llWELL.TvVON T PE BECAUSE ( (hEY, VOL) GUYS - W' ' VVv? f jit tl& iifc I CX1T HUNTIN ASOUMD IM THAT OUT IN TH" JUNGLE -AN' HES BEEN ) ' DYA S WE COULDN'T K5LLOW HIS A-nLOOK J VW-X' tf ""i,? A- JUNGLE ALL BY HIMSELP - GONE SO LOMG I'M GETTIM' SrOTRAIL-TH' WAY THAT (FATf-- JJm W" V l4llU'4T I VSUMPlM MIGHT HAPPEN WORSED ABOUT 'IM. GO OKAY, YER KuuiV LONS-NOSED WONDEB. rnw'J '-If JHw '' Jafl I TO'lM- . SEE li YCANT ROUMD ( MAJESTY.' ) ' ftiC BLUNDERED THKOUGH , -) :'. 3S. t "' I tA ! Hlr-wtierrUB Flurln, 13-bux IP U' '