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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON PAGE FIVE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1936 LOOK WHERE PEOPLE ARE ADVERTISING ADVERTISE WHERE PEOPLE ARE, LOOKING 30 Miscellaneous Classified FOR RENT 4 A 5 ROOM UNFURN. apts. Phune 547-lt. a21-tf NEW TODAY Co per lb; Yakima, $1.50 per 30 lb. pyramid: California $1-1.50 FOR .SAI.i: I'FAM. S75l V U1IOOU sows with nnd without, also wean-er pigs uud milking cows. Must sell this week, 1 s nit. N. of llalsey on Pacific Hwy. a27-29 Colored springs 18c, No. 1 broilers, 1 to 2 lbs. ...Ho Roosters ., .Tc Stag lc 1:1; OS All Price Are Delivered Allmuy (ONfN lletiiriied I SKI) U'K IIOXKS OM Y l AMI up. Flek yours now, a large stock to select from. Uwn mowers, trade in your old lawn mower on one of our new, light running, high wheel, ball bearing mowers.- Harden hose, we have a number of plecrs of good used garden hose. New hose, 50-ft. lengths. $1.H5. Sprinklers, garden tools, etc. Albany Bargain Mouse. 2nd & Maker. n2i-ml SMALL H 1 :S T A I II A T 101 V ii A splendid business. A real Investment for a quick sale at Tripp .Murphy. I traitors. a2! AI,K AMH'.H FOR I SKI1 CAHS H.WK 0 THKSI0 HKCKKT THAIIF, 1XS :15 Stndebaker Olftator ' 4-door e-iIum, built-in truck. spotless throiiKhinit, cost new S1070. A real buy at $7::s.oo .1,1 Ford V-S Touring Sedan (Trunk .Model). Clean ear, low mileage. Save 1200.00 ::i Ford A Tudor, a dandy ..$2!5.00 1 I'hfv, coupe, new paint ..$110.00 2S I'hev. 4-door sedan $160.00 2X I'oiitiiit- Sedan $S0.00 2!i Ford A lloadster. rumble seat ; $ltri.00 2! Ford A Tcmrins. (food shape. $135 2ti Ford T pick-up, new tires, $:iT.50 Many other cln-ap ears from $25.00 to $100 ready to go OPKX SIMMY Alexander Motor Cn. 121 l.yon St. Albany, Ore. Your Fnrd Dealer a29-30s ELLSWORTH APTS. II SAT. OVER stuffed furniture. Ph. $ft. 80$ Ellsworth. a-tf APARTMENTS FOR KENT. DR. Stark's Bldg. al6-m6 17 For Rent, Farms FOH II F, T J 0 A C It R PLACE .1 miles out of Albany. Inquire 624 Kllsworth or 231 Lyon St. u2S-30 32 Training for Position I W AT TO TALK TO AMIIITIOI N, men who want to qualify for posi-j Hons servicing, repairing, nnd In-1 stalling Vlleetrio Hefrlgeintors and Air Conditioning Systems. No experience necessary, but chosen applicant must be mechanically Inclined and willing to devoto some spare time In training. For personal Interview write Refrigeration Engineering Institute., Box 1907, c-o Oemoernt-llerald. n27-29 21 Help Wanted, Female WAMKI) F.XPFHIKXCFIl I It I. for genreal housework. Cnll Howard Parsons after noon at John Underwood, Sunrise, Phone USS-J. a7-29 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old Jewelry, watch case, etc F. M. French Sou. Jewelers. dSOtf CASCAKA BARK WANTED WE ARE in the market for an unlimited quantity of dry or green Caarara Bark. Will pay highest cash prices. Albany Bargain Hotuie, 2nd and ltakcr. Phone 706. al&-tf WANTED WE ARE HUVKKS OF CAS-cara Hark. M. Svudera & Co. alO-rnl W ANTE l WOOL AND MOHAIR.. WE pay highest market price. M. Senders A Co. a 15-ml OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUGHT at FvwMon's Drug Store. . marltf CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE, etc. "Look In your attic." Chat. Rohr-bough A Son, 416 W. Fint St jl-tf WAVIKIy MKN WITH I'AHU WHO can Ihtiiktm. If intt-rKtfd hi $:!0 to t-'iO wei-kly uurl tip. or wrilt Siniv. inaiiiiKfr, At. 3. tH:i I'nfon St., Snlein,. Off. . a-mP Dl MP THICK Ford V-S. yil.-3 yd. ImiI. built up end K"t ft' 11 floating- rvnc, nd fine luu new 32xtl-l(l ply tires. rfd.V In go ou the jol. S.ivt $400. Alexander .Motor t. 121 Lyon St. . Albany, Ore. lU'KV M1AY jiU-Ut' ttl.ADIOI.A HI 1,1. 40e IMi; Pompom DaJillus, I5e each Mull's Florul I'ii. u2li-ml Houbo In Albany, to trade for a good tar. 220 Arren, rlose to Lebanon, 90 acre cultivated, balance pant u re and timber, on good gravelled road improved with two nets of building", 95rQ for all. Also several farms on very eaity term' . , C. M. Dollarhlde Co. a27-tf KlttNT-CLAMS PAIXTIN;, PAPK1I liuiiffliiK and interior det-orntf n;. I'lioiu? 4-H-4. W. M. Krb. nSH-tnk" KTHA ..001 Si:i;i OATS FOII aJe. Ira I'ox, Phone 2-F-23, Hi. 2. Albany. jii'.'-iiiU IIIVFH BOTTOM ACREAGE 9 arreH located between Holley nnd Craw ford svi lie on the highway, snap at $600. Terms or will take aol-diera bonus bondB. 30 acres located 2 miles north of OorvaJlis on west side highway, all under eultlvatlun, cheap btiildlnR., this place lays nice and rolling, offered on quiek sale for only $HO0. ,. JRVI.NK U HOOD, Phone 300 ... n2-tf 30 BARGAINS we have '30 used oars 12I to 10:12 .Model, A .Fords, I'lLevroletM, and I'on-tiucs In seduiiH, coaches, con pen and rnadMor. All reconditioned with Jlockensmith & Temiiletons O. K. Kvery one a burK.iin. ;. A I'll A V AI'TO CO. ' Used Car Corner 2ud. & Ellsworth Sts... Phone 200 a29-ml SPKCIAI. OF :iT,v A FLAT 0 white Itenuuda Onion l'laiits. Mall's Floral Co. a2! FOIM) ON SO. tiV.A HV ST. Alan's suede leather jacket. Owner may have saute by identrylutf and paying for ail. CtiU at Oeinocrnt-lleVald. u2!-ml FKIITII.I.KK Cciiuim Ford Ammonium Sulphate fir the lawn, flowers, gardens. Clean to handle. Alexander .Motor Co. 121 Lyon St. Albany, Ore. u2!-:tus SIVIV MvMt At, HAW. me of the best buys we know of, a aire tract of cultivated land for only $2600. t'loMe In Itemiilriier large fine lots with paving paid ami a real buy for only $:i5on cash. UtO Acre improved and a lot of valuable timber to exchange for small place. MHO er fnriti mid dnriy. all 111 cultivation and farm buildings for only $30 per acres with terms $1200 cash and very easy terms on balance. Tripp Murphy. Realtors. a2!)tf MM; NTt 'HOY i'AHHA(K, TOMATO. Cauliflower and Flowering plants -Mall'H Floral Co. a L' li -ml i:am. i; vuts roil Kulph Milter. Malsey, Ore. HACK. i2!l-tnl WHAT HO YOL IIAYU TO THADKf L'se a "swap" ad In this column. For Sale Farms i'Vj ACRE FARM FOR SALE ON SAN-tism Hwy., 6 miles out ; new & room house, new chicken house ll other outbuildings fair: on main power line. Crops all in. A BARGAIN. See owner. Win. McKinley. Rt. 1, Albany, Ore. a22-m22 1 For Sale Real Estate TAX BALE PROPKRTIES SELLING , for fraction of value, includes Lebanon, lata, timber, farm lands, acreages, etc. 70 pieces to chose from. Address Uox 1883, care Democrat-Herald. a26-ml FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FEDERAL Land Bank Farms. All counties In Western and Southern Oreson. C. A. Barnes, Field Salesman, 11C3 O&k St.. Eugene. Or. als-mte 8 For Sale, Wood and Coal GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. UELIV-ered in any length. Lester Cffilcote, 1606 Santiam Rd. Phone 734-R. THE RIGHT WOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wriglit, plume 266-J, 638 E. 6th St. m20-tf 12 For Sale Used Cars fOlt . SALK KXC'HPTIOSAI. Ill Y in 'SI Sedan. Looks and runs like new. Kconomical to operate. 338 K. Cth St. a28-29 Livestock W A T K I :0 W H TO I'ASTI'RK, good grass & water. C. K. Hao.on No. Albany, Albany, lit, 4, Uox 20-A. n28-30 WANTED FOR CASH OLD OR WORTH less horses and cows; also dead animals i If in goud condition. Cate and Montgomery, I I'htme colleret 33-F-12. CorvalHs alT-tf HER MIND S COLONEL THEN VOUR MAJESTy IS: BEYOND A . DOUBT AMD TO YOU AMD COLOMEL LAME; I OWE A GREAT OBLIGATION CONVINCED HV5TER 5 DECEIT . 3EE WHI2- I S f OUT O' TEN QOESTIONS OT HOW CAN I THINK jTTpOSE MOST . ' SURE MME W'; I BET I MISSED SEVEN- AUL , 0F IS' Tvl -IKELV I'LL FAIL ' T 1 4-4-1 ' MESS O- THAT J Jkv, IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN CUTHBERT AND HIS FOLKS Eg IN SCHOOL- WHAT LylttlG I Z'AMINATION I " A CINCH - IF MY MIND I LOSIN1 THEIR HOME J8$K- F T? GOT S MH"V V TODAY- If V WAlS WORKIN- ) , NEXT MONDAY- MK W--l MORE PORT ANT f! r-.t 1 V I sr -r- ,V U, ' V THINGS ON MY ; ,,; CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cow. Day-old calves. Ph. H-F-14 Albany, Cecil Montgomery. mU-tf DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked up free of charge anywhere. Phone collect U-F-U, Albany. If no answer. Phone U-F-4. Corvallis. mH-tf 1 1 Hay, Grain, Feed FOII KAI.K CLF.AX IIINOV FLAX seed. $2 bu. Oay-old cockerels, $1 per 100 Frt. & Sat. Hring boxes. Oak-wood Poultry Farm, Tangent. Phone 5-F-3. a28-30 FOR SALE SEED CORN, McKAY'S Yellow Dent, best for ensilage: 100 lbs. $4.00; 50(1 lbs., S17.n0 ; 1.000 lbs., $30.00. A. C. Heyman, Albany, Ht. 4, 2 ml. west from Bryant I'ark. al7-30 6 Poultry, Eggs IIAV OLI COCKKIIF.LS EVERT Wednesday & Thursday, $1 per 100. 1. K. Arnold, Lebanon, Ore. Phone 1421, a28-29 13 For sale, Miscellaneous l SKI) GAR HANOI'S, KI.KCTHIC ranges, oil stoves, electric & gas plates, lowest possible prices.. He-built used ranges, large stock only $!t.75 & up. Uest possible values at Albany Ilargaln House, 2nd & linker. n2S-30 FOR NALK Ll'IIK TANKS. HAH- gain price. 1101 Santiam ltoad. a2S-30 FOR S A M A IC I'll KF U A H stove, Singer sewing machine, also dresser. Mary itoom, Apt. 3, McDowell Itldg. n28-2U WRECKING 2 SCHOOLS LUMBER $4 and up. Brick $4 per M. Plunks good for barns and bridges, timber, 1 xS and 1 xG Hhevting, flooring, ceiling, siding. Can deliver. 3rd and Madison, Albany. a23-2t)-S 15 For Rent, Houses, Apts. I'OH It EXT II-ltOOM MOIKR liotise, gas, fruit trees, garden, garage at 1227 K. 2nd. Call at 040 K. 2nd. n27-29 WANDERING LANE COLONEL LANE ?1 YOU MEAN... I If J " IF I HEAR ANOTHER DISTURBANCE, I'LL HAVE TO ORDER THE GUILTY PARTY OUT OF THE COURT ROOMj REGARDLESS of who rr isf and - HE'LL HAVE TO STAY , A ! 'Si TO tyX t I YES, HAVE PAINTING, WALL PAPERING, INTER. lor decorating that's different. Phone 42 or 613-L, Wilbur Dawson ft Claire Snyder. mSO-tf Hk'IP TMK MKV'IIT The Salvation Anay needs frulta. vege- j '.ablet, clothing .etc., to help needy people j la emergency cases. Money, too, if you j care to von tribute. We have no telephone. I but bring 'n what you have to donate or drop es a card and we'll call for it Capt. nert BsileT. 840 East Firs St. Albany, 1 - - - TODAY'S WMW QUOTATIONS Prices quoted below are those prevailing at 11 o'clock a. an. on Sny of publication, and are subject to ehaoge at any hour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN I M. Senden a Co. WHEAT: No. 1 white, sOc; red and mixed, 78c bushel. BARLEY: Hansen $21.00 ton. OATS: White, No. 1, $18.00; gray No. , $23.00; gray feed $20.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound 30c Mohair, per pound 10c MEATS (D. E. Nebergall Mtal Ce.) CATTLE Steer $6,506(7.00 Heirers 4.6rjf6.00 Bulla 3.&0Kfi.0o Cows, beef 3.00(i(6.tW Cows, cutters Lfi04f3.0V HOGS K.(l to 100 pounds $ 8.25 210 to 2A0 pounds H.2r.f,9.2fi 160 to 210 pounds 8.76fq9.7o 2fil) to 350 pound K2fil'8.60 3f0 pounds ui O.&oCfi.ap Sows 0.507.00 siiuEr t.amba 50(3 K. 50 Kwea 8 UO14C8.OO Yearling 6 autUfl.UO VEAL Live -,7c Dri-Hscd , 12c POULTRY , (Swift A Company) No. t hens, 4j to 0 lbs 17c No. 1 hens, over 6 lbs. ,., ..17o No. 1 medium hens, over lbs 14c No. 1 medium lions, under 3 lbs 14c My HAKOLD GRAY By Thompson and Coll BY BLOSSER BY HAMLIN Wool 1936 contracts, nominal Willamette valley, medium, 30c lb; coarse and braid, 28q lb; eastern Oregon, 21 -23c lb; southern Jdaho ) lb. Hacon 25-26c lb. Meats and Provision Country meats Selling price to retailers: country killed hogs, best butchers, under 150 lbs, lS"-14c lb.: venlers. No. 1, J 4-14 '4c b.: light and thin, -12c lb; heavy 9-12c lb: cutter cows. 8-10c lb; lambs, old. 18c lb; spring Inmbs, l!)-20c lb; ewes, 6-lQu lb. Hams 20-30e h; pientc, 21-22c 11). Jjird Tierce basis. lic lb. Hups, and Wool Hops Nominal: 1035 Fugglea ( ) lb; Clusters, 7-8c lb. Work on New Mill To Get Starr Soon Scio. (Special) Building oper ations arc expected to, begin im mediately on the new Seio Mill & Elevator office building and feed plant. The building plans call for erection of a 34x100 foot frame structure on the corner of Main and Mill streets in Scio, at the former hotel site. A garage and small grain warehouse have been moved to the mill property across the street to facilitate building. The mill company has been operating by electric power in a building on North Main street since the destruction by fire of the former building in August, 1928. The power for the new operations will be furnished by a centrifugal pump in the mill pond constructed by the company lust fall. J. D. Densmote, sr., Is Scio manager of the concern. GARLIC FOR LONGEVITY Placervillc, Cay. (U.PJ Frank Coster, of Portugese origin, who has just celebrated his 100th birthday, attributes his longevity to the same food favored by his father who died at 127 years garlic and onions. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of an order issued out of the County Court of Linn Coun ty, uregon, on the 25th day of April ,1936, I will, on Saturday the 6th day of June, 1936, at the hour of 1 :00 o'clock in the afternoon thereof, at the front door of the County Court House in ' the ' City of Albany, Linn County, Oregon, sell at public auction to the1 highest bidder, all the right, title and interest acquired by Linn County through the foreclosure of delinquent taxes, in and to the property formerly owned by Hamilton Company and by Allen Fox, and described as follows, to-wit: SVi of S'A of Section 16, Twp. 10 South, Runge 4 East, Also ' Vii of Section 23, SEV4 of SecV1 tiun 33, and SWV4 of Section 34, all in Twp. 10 South, Range 1 4 East, in Linn County, Oregon, The said County Court has set a minimum price for which said ' property shall be sold at $3,021.58 plus the cost of advertising said sale, snid purchase price to be paid in cash, or not less than 20rc ot the purchase price in cash and the remainder to be paid according to written agreement to be mad between said Linn County Court and the purchaser, in equal annual installments over a term not exceeding ten years from the date of sale, all deferred payments to bear interest from the date of (die at the rate of 6 per annum', payable annually. HERBERT SHELTON. Sheriff of Linn County, Oregort. April 2i) Miiv 6 13 20 Albany Business DIRECTORY The merchants and professional people listed on this pafe 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 if McMAHAM ; Attorneys at Law 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone S AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coai dealer. 1st tc Montgomery StS Phone 371. CARPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP, 408 W. first Phnn 7K FILM 8ERV10S HURLEY'S DRUG STORK TOU overnight film service - FUNERAL DIRECTORS rORTMILLER FUNERAL HQM Dav nr Night ohnna: 44T-R 1 DtSUBAMOB OWEN BEAM AGENCY . Opposite P. O. Established 111) . WM. BAIN. INSURANCE. MfM9 to loan, farm security. PRODCCI SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS Oi the market f or eefs, poultry, VMtl and cream. WASHING MACHINES OTTO ' KOOS, AMES HDWE.-4 Maytag, Easy, Thor Washers. WELDING - BLACKSMITHINtl SNYDER & SON REAR ALIQH' ing frames, axles straightened. WELL DRILLERS C. E. GORDINIER & SON Well Drillers "We solicit your inquiries'' J FJxtras 10c Standards 1 7c Kxtra medium 10c Stamlard lnediuin 13c Hrowns ixtras 10c llrty extras Hie I'ndergrades I :tc PuUets I2c Pee wees 10c Y FA L Live RMte Hrcssed 12 toe IIITTF.HFAT A grade 2 fie I gnide 25e C urutle 22c I niii:i:p Lambs . ., $8.2G5?O.00 POIITL.WD M A II li FT Porllaml, Ore,, April 2t. Stand- ards uud prime firsts wero but one- half cent a pound 011 today's butter arket. Higher prices were shown for strawberries during the day at $1.2! for Florin 12s. (euerally held prices are suggest 'd for both old and new potatoes ami onions. oranges are 10-15c case higher at he source. Crnpefmlt Is firmly priced for Arlsona. letnoiis are unchanged. Hothouse tomatoes are about steady with extra fancy still to 2Uc lb. Hothouse cucumbers continue scarce and firmly priced. Celery supplies are short and sales are made around $3.2fi with hearts mostly $2. khutmt h is selling better at 3Gc for ITis and 0Tc for applu boxes. Lettuce deal continues to show lower prices. California tomatoes are down again. IMIIITI.AMI I.IYKNTOCK I'nn luiiil, Oro., Atirll 2!t. Hiirh: 2UO0. SiiMitly. . (IimiiI-iIioIi'k IIkIH-ivi'luht ilrlvi'liiH II "fill, lliiiivlra lo l.lKllt IlKllls (10-10.25. liuuvli'H S- k,.,..i,t pikh (.'ultli-: 1(0 Iiu'IihIIiik U-ri . dlriH'I, rulvi'H Huttur Hlow. Mnntly RtiTOly. l'"l'W rt'll Dll'ITB $0.(0-7. to. linotl lutifT foilH Runtuitlc tu $7.8&. l'Vw fill lu'irrrs :.'.. Thin light llolTl'I'H lldWtl Ui $4. Low CUtttT uud fMlttvr 1'iiwn $2.75-4. l?ommon-inpil-luni $4.60-6.2K. '(load beeg cows (, 10.60-C. Hulls $4.75-6.(0. linml-i'holce velers $9-10. Sheep: 400 Incluilliift Sic illroot. Active. Klllly steady, tlooil sprinp; liimlis $10. Meilliim Krntles $11-9(0. Shorn old crop InmhN $7.7(-H.l&. t'hoiee wooh'il Ittnihs itloluhle to urounil $10. flood 13& lb. clipped ewes $4. 4'holce wooled ewes quoted to tirotiud $6. Produce Kxrhmia;e The following- prices were nnmed to he effective Monday: Gutter-cnbo extras, 27c; standards, 2(1 4o; prime firsts, Sflc; rirsts, SSifcr. Cheese Oregon trlplots, l(e Ore- Ron loaf, 16c. llrokers will pay vie helow quotations. Kjrjrs Produce ercnanffe quotations between dealers: extra large, 19c; Htnmlards, larno 18c;extras, medium 17c: standards, medium, 17c. Jobbing prices So higher. Fortlnnd Wholcsnle Prices - These are tho prices retailors pay wholesalers, except where oilier wise stated : Mutter Prints, A grnde, 29c lb. In parchment wrapper, son Ih. In car tons; 11 grnde, parchment wrapper, 28c lb, cartons 29o lb. Ilutterfat (Portland (lollvery) A grade, delivered at lenst twice weekly, 28-soo lb: country routes, 20-28a lh; H grnde 11-290 lb; C grado at market. 11 grado cream for market-buying price butterfat basis, 63 ttc lb. Cheese Selling price to Portland retailers: Tillamook triplets, 21c lh; loaf, 22o lb. Tillamook selling price to wholesalers: triplets, 19c lb; loaf, 20c lb. Kbks Diiylng price of wholesalers: Kxtras, 19o dux; standards, 17c dnz; extra mediums, 100 dos, do medium firsts, 15c don; under grade, l(c doz; pullets, l(c dos. Mnb A irrttilM Porllnnil flellver'v. (8V4o lb. butterfat basis for 4 per, cent. J,lve poultry Portland delivery, buying price: colored hens, over 4 lbs, 18-19o lb; under lbs. 18-1 flu lb; leghorn hens, over V4 lbs. 19-20C lb; under 8 V4 lbs, IB-I60 lb; leghorn broilers, 1 to 1 K lbs, K-lflc lb; do 1 14 lbs, up, K-lOo lb; colored springs, 2 lbs. and up, 19-20o lb; roosters, 8-9c lh; Pekln ducks, young, 14-170 lb; geese, H-12c lb. I.lvo poultry Helling price by wholesalers: ltght hens, Kc lb; medium hens, 17-lRo lb; colored hens, 19c lb; broilers, l(o lb; springs. 18-22o lb; Pekln ducks, young, I8-O0 lb; do colored, 12-10c lb; capons, over 7 lbs, 24-2(0 lb; guinea hens, 60c each. Itatiblts Kency dressed 20-2to lb. Turkeys (dressed) selling price to retailers: No. 1 hens, 23c lb toms, 22-22 Mo per lh. FrenJi Frulls Apples Delicious, extra fancy, $1.8(-2 box: do fancy, $1.((-1.60 box; iSewtowus. extra fancy, $1.70 box: do fancy, $1.45 box: do face and fill, fancy, 85o box: do race ana mi choice, (l(e box. Hpltzenhcrg, extra fancy, $1.40 box; do combination, $1.25 box. Rome Beauty, Jumble. 2 ',40 lb. Wlnesaps, extra fancy, $1.5 box; do rancy, $1.40 box; ao jumble, extra fancy, 3c lh. Bananas bunch. DV4o lh: linnds, G-O'Ac lb. (Strawberries Florin, $1.25 12 -box crate: Kresno, $1.90. Pears D'Aniou, $1.16 box. Oranges Californln, navels, fancy, $:i.l(-3:30; choice, $2.75-2.85; utandurds. $2.06 cose. Grapefruit Arlsona, $1.80-2.40 case; Florida. $4-4.26 case. lemons California, fancy, $S.25 5.50 case; choice, $4.S case. Fresh Vegetables Potatoes Local. $1.90-2 per cental: Klamath. $2.35 cental: Bcappose Netted Qems, $2-2.16 cental; De schutes Netted Genu, $2.25-2.34 cental. Celery California, $3.25-4 crate. Peas California, $2- 1.2S sack. Spinach 35-50c. Onions Oregon, $1.25-1.96 per 100 lbs. Cauliflower Ttoseburg, ( ) crate: California, $1-1.36 crate. Tomatoes Callforla, $1-1.25 lug. Lettuce Salinas $2.25-2.65; Sacramento, dry, $1.60-2. Sweet potatoes California, $i per 60-lb. crate: southern : yams, $1.95 crate. Ithuharb Field grown 50c-60c per applo box. Cucumbers Local, hothouse, $1-1.50 dos. Now potatoes Texas, $1.fi5-1.75 per 60-lb bag; Hhafrer, $1.75-1.15. Asparagus Mid -Columbia, $1.60-1.76 per 30-ll. pyrvld: liermiston. New Onions CahTVrnia Bermudas, 70c per lug, . ( MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse MY DEAR-1 1 E3 I5N'T IT THRILUNqI II MM-QUITEAWD HERE A SB DR DEVRlES ? I NOW, ABOUT THAI 3 I WAVE JU5T RECEIVED, BY CARRIER. PIGEON, WORD FROM OUR MUTUAL FRIEMD, LEW WEM. ME HAS TRAILED TME ENEMY LIMES AMD ME THAT ALU OUR DEFENSE APPOINTING HIM H HAS AFPOIMTED AT THE EUROPEAN MY STAFF, ( Q JACK, A COLOMEL! "1 CLUB- ( RECOVERS I I SV V TAKEN LITERALLY Ufitb BEEN SUMMONED TO TWE EMPEROR'S PALACE " TO RECEIVE A MESSAGE OF 6REAT SECRETS IMPORTAWCE FRECKLES AND HIS ALLEY OOP MF1S. WEETZEL IsLIDE OVER.J IS GONNA SHE'S testify sfrrwa in "SSIF- I WESLLPcS" GOTTA N WELL GET HEPr) ALONGSjDE MySTER TO INFORMS THIS ISA COURTROOM f I MUST WARN THOSE PRESENT THAT SILENCE IS DEMANDED..! THESE DISTURBANCES MUST STOP ; WHEJ 1 THEN -rtU 5,, , f SAY YES.... !'gu1 even tho S GOT OWE ! MousTTy. I OF ARE COMMOM KNOWLEDGE FRIENDS V V. i7 f THREE GOOD SHOTS GO WRONG (BOY.' WE ) HEY, WHAT'S tlT) fHOYKAWOW.' 1 JTZ, V X ALL HT MATTER-' DON T GOOD DON T TELL Mc j S NO ' X IT TELL ME IT GOT (GlDDILTy WL VUEVE WLLED I ( HIS HEART ) E M AWAY. AFTEC THAT GLIWK ' t HlM' r-,,TT. 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