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April 30, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 7

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: THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1 936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H-E R A L D , A4 0ANY, OREGON PAGE SEVEN SAVE TIME, PATIENCE; REFER TO THE DEMOCRAT-HERALDS RENT ADS BELOW i t t i NEW TODAY W AN I I'M MEN WITH CAHS WHO can- sell farmers. If interested in to $5i weekly and up, see or write State manager. Apt. 3. 643 I'iiIoii Sl Salem, Orit. u29-mlw TODAY'S MARR?r QUOTATIONS rOH fi.I.K tuaiksti:ii HOI.I.V- wood chickens, 1 yr. V - 'r- -' old pullets, Call morning or 4 to 6 p. in- Moving out of town and must I sell. Mrs. W. K. llolbrooli. So. Perry ' st. . aSlMnX-S yisoo ACT Ulltli SMW so Hcrt-s of prairie laud all undci cultivation fair buihlincs, the besi buy uviT offered in Linn county JlSOtl total price. Why relit? .- JUVINK U HOOP, Phone 300 ter and Court, the undersigned administrator with the will annexed of the estate of J. S. Bishop, deceased, will on or after the 16th day of May, 1036, sell at private sale the following real property belong to said estate, to-wit: an undivided one-fourth interest in and to the following: 13 For sale, Miscellaneous l si.it h i: hoi:s onlv i ami up. Pick yours nw. a huge stock to select from. Lawn, mowers, trade In your old luwti mower on one of out-new, light running, high wheel, ball bearing mowers. Harden hose, w have a number of pieces of good lined garden hose. New hose, 50-ft. lengths, $1.1)5. Sprinklers, garden tools, etc. Albany Bargain House, 2nd .& linker. a2;t-mi 4 S Ll ' -ml WANTED FOR CA8H 4LU OR W0RTH-lea horses and ow ; also doad animals if in good condition. Cale and Montuomery, Phone coltecet Sa-F-l, Corvallia al7-tf CASH FOR OLD AND WORTHLESS horses and cows. Day-old calve. Ph. 14-F-14 Albany. Cecil Montgomery. mU-tf DEAD AND WORTHLESS HORSES AND cows picked ap free of charge anywhere. Phone collect 14-K-14, Albany. If no answer. Phone ll-F-4, Corvallis. m!4-tf 12 For Sale Used Cars ai.f.amk:h yon vsku cahs SAVK OX TIIKSK KFA KVP TK A II K INS '35 St udebnker Dictator 4-door sedan, built-in truck, spotless throughout. cohI new $1070. A renl buy at $73S.OO 35 Ford Y-8 Touring Sedan (Trunk Model I. (.'lean car, low mileage. Save $200.00 . . '31 Ford. A Tudor, a dandy ..$205.00 '31 Chev, iviupe new paint ..$310.00 21 Chev, l-donr Sedan ...$150.00 28 Pontiac Sedan $SO.OO '29 Ford A Kondster, rumble seat $165.00 '2!t Ford Touring, good shape, $135 "26 Ford T pick-tip, now tires, $37.50 Many other client curs from $25.00 to $100 ready to go , OPK.V JSIMIAV . t; Alnxnnder Motor Co. 121 Lyon St.. Albany, Ore. Your Ford Dealer n29-30s 30 BARGAINS we have 3Q used cars 1929 to 1932 Model A Fords, Chevrolet, and Pon-tiacs in sedans, coaches, coupes and roads t era. All . reeondl tinned with ,.l;nnul..llli A 'I'i.iii nl t.l oil ' O. K. Every one n bargain. Open on Sundays A 1,11 A N Y A I TO CO. Csed Car Corner 2nd. & Ellsworth Sis. Phone 111 Ml TIII'CK Ford Y-S, 1U yd. -3 yd. bed. built up end gate full floating read end fine shapt new 32xC-10 ply tires, ready to go on the job. Save $400. Alexander Motor C- 121 Lyon St. Albany, Ore. OPEN KI N OA Y - nWI-ntlM ui:am.i; im;s foii. Halplt .Miller, llnlsey. Ore. FOII SM.I; IIOItXKIIOI.lt .OOI)S. ti27 3rd. St. Allmiiy. ':.-n.. For Sale Farms 47Vj ACRE FARM FOR SALE ON BAN-tiam Hwy b miles out ; new 6 room houAd new chicken house :all other outbuildings fnlr; on main power line. Crops all in. A HAKGA1N. See owner, Wm. Mi Kinky. Rt. Albany, Ore.' a22-m22 For Sale Real Estate TAX BALE PROPERTIES SELLING for fraction of value, includes Lebanon, lots, limber, farm lands, acre iron, etc. pieces to chose from. Address Hex 1KK3. care Demucro I-Herald. - a2fi-ml FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FEDERAL Land Bank Farms. All counties in Western and Southern Oregon. C. A. Harnes, Field Snlenman, 1163 Oak St., Eugene. Or. als-nilO For Sale, Wood and Coal GOOD WOOD PRICED RIGHT. OELIV-ered in any length. Lester Chilcote, 1606 Santiam Rd. Phone 73 4-K. j20-tf THE RIGHT WOOD THE RIGHT PRICE. Claude Wright, phone 266-J, 638 E. 6tb SU m20-tf 1 Hay, Grain, Feed i:tiia ;ooi si:ki oats foii sale. Ira Cox, Phone 2-F-23, lit. 2. Albany. a2;t-mls FOII SAI.F (l,KAN II I. SON FLAX seed, $2 bu. Day-old cockerels, $1 per 100 Krl. & Sat. Bring 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; 600 lbs., $17.50; 1,000 lbs., $30.00. A. C. Hcyman. Albany, Kt. 4, 2 mi. west from Bryant Park. a!7-S0 Livestock WANTED COWS TO PASTI'ltE, good grass &, water. C. E. Bnoon, No. Albany, Albany, Rt. 4, Box 20-A. a28-30 24 Wanted, Miscellaneous CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD, DENTAL crowns, bridges, fillings, old jewelry, watcb cases, etc. F. M, French 4k Sou, Jewelers. dSOti 1'ASCAKA 1IAHK WANTKIl WE AKK in the market fur an unlimited quan tily of dry or iireen Caiteara Hark. Will my hiitheiit canh prirea. Albany HarKain House, 2ml and Baker, t'tiune 706. a!6-tf WANTED WK AHK IIUYKKS OF CAS-- cara ilnrk. M. Saudera A Co. . aU-ml WANTKU WOOL AND MOUA1K.. WC pay hiithcat market price. M. Srndcra Co: ; al5ml OLD UNITED STATES COINS BOUCIIT at rvaoni Drus Store. marXti CASH PAID FOR USED FURNITURE. etc, "Look in your attic." Chnl. Rohr. bough 4 Son, 419 W. Pint St. jl-U 19 Found I'oimi o mi. (;i:uv sr. Man's suede leather Jai-ket. Owner may have xame, by blent fyluo; anil Itayinir for ad., fall at Oeinoerut-Merald. " "u2tl-ml 30 Miscellaneous Classified I'nts r- i.ash iivi'ixi, ivim:ii huuKltiK uml ititerlnr deoomtiim. I'liono 4-K-4. W. M. 10rb. a29-ml' PAINTINCi, WALL PAPERING, INTER-lor deeoratlnit that'a different, l'hone 42 613-L.-Wilbur Dawson 4 Claire Snyder. m30.lt HKLI' TUB NEEDT The Salvation Army ncda frulu, vege. 'able, clothing .etc., to help needy people emergency rasea. Money, too, if you care to contribute. We have no telephone, but bring 'n what you have to dnnau or drop aa a card and we'll call for tt Capt. Bert Bailer, 4H Eait First St., Albany, AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE Automobik'S driven by Cecil Howe, Btuwnsvillc, and 3. U. Wallace, Albany, collided at Seventh and firfiadtilbin - streets4" 'Tuesday night, causing but nominal dm-iige, accordinu to n report on file at police headquarters. Rv HAROLD GRAt YOUNGSTER I'LL FORGET THE LOOK IN K-KIII II'MKNT-KI II M i l Hi;. ;il fl. rcM Inratt'd m IlrusOi t,'rrik, nl! bottom .land, crop all In, very Koud butldliiKK, n very fine little jlaci 2 horses, 2 cows, all imiii..-nit-nt nt'ili'il. all furniture noedud. Total price only $3750 move right hi. lFSVINK I HOOD, Plume aitO aaotr THiUK SKI, I, House hi Albany, to t ratio fur a gmul car. 320 Acres, close to Lebanon, I0 tirres cultivated, balunco pasture and timber, on Rood uriivelled road improved with two seta of build. nets, 15750 for all. Also several farms on very easy terms. C. M. Dollarhido Co. a27-tf WE HAVE SEVERAL VERY PINE ranee specials in addition to the ones mentioned in our regular ads. Mountain Staea Power Co. f 17 W'IKI) 1:PKHIKC-:i M) responsible Iorkit with eat to lug G million ft. Linn Co. LoKKhiK, tim-Iut, and .roads Rood. Address Bix 1H03. c-o Democrnt-Hern.il. nSO-niC WATKI IJilXt'l MUKKKI) HO Sinn to keep house for widower and work part time in ervum station. Write or call llnlsey Cream & Produce Co., Hulsey, Ore. ii30 AI'CTION MAT. XHXT SI IITKI.L'S Auction Market, 12:3l ttharp. llorfes, 4 yr. Cuenisey-Jeraey fresh a wka 5 yr. Jersey fresh next week. :t yr. Cuernsey fresh in Feb, 3 yr. Jersey 3 gnl., 5 yr. old Jersey milk-iiiff y Kal. daily, 100 roosters -& too W. U I'ulteta 6 wks. old, calves, plRs, eliickeus, walking: plow, cream sepafatttr, 100-kuI. umlergrouiiil drum, ranges, tables, cupbuurd, rock- liif? chairs, ',1x12 rugs, seed iotatoes, ' hi'wIhk machine, small tools, etc. lii'LiiR: in your livestock. The first (J cows last Sat. averaged $"3. Lots of buyers for the better kind. Ken T. Kudtell, Livestock nuct. a'O-H LOST M UD. 1 Ml. SOI I'll COTTON' - woods Hlack and white terrier, harness, mm. to name ,-.IUkf" He-ward. Klmer Krb, Phone lM-F-l:t. a30 CLF.A.X MOI1F1IN, Till! VA) ROOM apartment; central location. 215 I'lKHt First Ht. ; a30-m2" Little Orphan Annie And Other Comics Ucginmng at the southeast corner of the William A. Wol-cott Donation Land Claim, notification No. 5533, Claim No. 49, in Township 15 south of Range 2 west of the Willamette Meridian, and run thence westerly 70.42 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 cast 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 ot 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 of 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 be , represented by a promissory note payable in four equal yearly installments with interest thereon at the rate of 6vo per annum, inter est payable annually, the payment of said note and interest to De secured by a first lien mortgage upon the real property, sold hereunder. H. A. DRYER Administrator of the Estate of J. S. Bishop, Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore., or c-o County Cleric .. . . Linn County, Oregon. JAMES COLE, Attorney for Adm. Couch Bldg. Portland, Oregon. Apr. 16-23-30 May 7-14 NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Linn In the Matter of the Estate) of ) GEORGE JAMES BISHOP,) Deceased. ) Bv virtue of an order made and entered in the above-entitled mat- FINF. KTIIIOY C A ltllAl.fr, TOMATO. Cauliflower and Flowering plants llall'S) Floral Co. a20-ml FF.KTII.1.F.I1 (H-uuine Ford Ammonium Sulphate for the lawn, flowers, gardens. Clean to handle. . . ' t , Alexander Motor Co. 21 lyou St. Albany. Ore. - UU9-30H (il.AIIIOl.A III I.I1S. 4e iiii.i: 1'iinipnni llahllns, 15f enrll Hull's Kltirul t'o. ( n'.i-ml I'SI'.II (i.S HANf-KS. Kl.Kf'l'ltK' raiiKoa, oil utovos, I'loctrk; ei huh pllitoa, InWfAt liosrtlblo vrlces.'. lte-builq Mti rnniros, lurev Btoclt only 19.75 & up. Best possible VHlueii ut Albiuty UarKitin House, "nd & Linker. H2S-30 koii 8Ai.r t l inn tanks, hah- : fsiiitt prtfe. lllil Santiam Hond. ' a!IS-90a 15 For Rent, Houses, Apts. FOR RENT 45 ROOM UNFURN. T epls. l'hone, 047rK, - ; , , alll-tf ELL8W0RTH APTB. HKAT. OVER-tufted furniture. Fh. U. 805 ElUworth. tf APARTMENTS FOR RENT. DR. Stark's Bldn. x alC-mtl" 17 . For Rent, Farms foii itr.vr io-citi: plack a miles out of Albatiy. Inquire. 1124 Ellsworth or JSl l,yon St. n2S-30 35 Salesmen Wanted WK WIM'KII I'OII HAW l.l.llill Knutes of 8U0 fiunllles. lti'llnbl til 8uu lauuiies, Ki'iianii' ilWiiTd stltrt ' ("aliiflitr' $21i nd liuM-aHO rapiAly. Write IHislfiT nhTfiiTa weekly and today. llnwlelKly Uepl. I Oltll-l-S. Oakland, Calif. . It 3 0 THAT NEVER HER By saaaaaat sMll I I A or In HER WHATEVER MIND I'LL r;rirr..o.. 1 HER PRINCIPAL FRIEND WHY-- THESE ANSWERS ARE STUPID- AND EYES--- WISE AGELESS- EVEN IF SHe HADN'T STUDIED HER LESSONS SHE'D NOT MAKE SO POOR A SHOWING AS THIS NO IT'S SOMETHING ELSE- CHILD IS NOT STUPID -THERE'S SOMETHING IT IS THAT HAS TAKEN FROM HER STUDiES. WARRANT IT'S SOMETHING WORTH WHILE- Thompson and Coll ife(:i) gha I ht" qaaasMaaa ' N'yf,""t W A T K I) TO I. KA S 10 I.ONtJ wheel-base, light trut-k or lure a contract carrier. ftoS K. Mil. a30- uhkckim; '2 tiu; schools Lumber $4 up. Itrlck tH per M. planks for barns, .bridges. Umber, lxS and lxfl sheetitiK, flooring, ceil-hig, siding, rati delier. 3rd tfc Madison. Albany. nSil-inti-S fou SAI.I-: a vit. (it i:it si;v hut, 3 miles west of Lebanon by beacon light. Eli Opel. a3U-iu2 FOIt ff. I.K HOI SK OK III ILIUM; lot 1615 K. 2nd. a30-iu-K CIIOICK IOWA FA II M, IO AI'IIF.S all under cultivation with a $GO0U house and large barns with good outbuildings. Price only $100 per acre and will trade for Oregon subject to (Jov. loan. Owner here. AImi good 100 lonti fair buildings and clear of debt for Oregon property. $10,000. ltrnl buy "2211, along -foot hills with 50 under cultivation and old buildings for only $2500. For renl buyN In Oregon farms see us. Tripp Murphy ItrnllorK. nttOlf FOIt SAI.i: 10 HKUII CU.TS. Phone 1!-K-.,, Joel Itopp, Tangent, Ht. 1. a30-ni2 P.ASTIIIHN A IIOTH AICTIOX .Mkt. Pig Sale Sat. u n. m. Team good horses age 7 & 8 wt. 2400 lbs., 3 good cows, heifers, calves, pigs. shouts, ehickeiis, wagon, spring toqth harrow, furniture, kitchen cabinet, beds, springs, matresses, rocker, chairs, dinette tables & 4 chairs, radio, dishes, cooking utensils, fruit, apples, spuds, chop, garden plants, and lots of other merchandise, itring In what you have to sell. Dan It. ltotii. Auctioneer, u.10-8 FOIt SA I.K OH Tit A IIK saddle mare. Phone I-VII. OLD 2-F-12. a30-m2 W IIITM LKOIIOIIV IIAIIV CHICKS Hatches every day the first week in May. order from this ad $10 per 100. Still plenty of time to raise a nice lot of fall layers. ItCSSKLL'S HATCH KltY, Phono 3S0, Cofvallls. Oregon. a30tf I CMiT UNDERSTAND IT, MISS STRICK I THOUGHT SHE HAD THE BRIGHTEST MIND IN MY CLrXSS- FRIENDS .... s'aJfc YES.SIR... HE'S THE ONLY OWE WHO CAN TESTIFY YOU SAY HE SAW YOU LEAVE THE HOUSE WITH FIFTY CENTS IN Your hand to buy the medicine ? THAT WHAT I'VE SAID IS TRUE .' UNTIL LOCK. J nHM-M---j YEAH AN SO ( 1, 1 70 8 1 I ?J'q X" ( ONLY OWE WHO CAN . . THAT WHAT I'VE SAID strue ALRIGHT OVER WACWIKJ OF TRICKS PrtrM quoted below ar. thoa Dr.-vallinit at 11 o'clock a. m. on rty of publication, and arc .ubject to cianac at any hour thereafter. LOCAL GRAIN M, Senders & Co. W11KAT: No. 1 white, Hllc ml and mixrd, 7tto bushel. HAKI.SY: Hansen, 121.00 ton. OATS: White, No. 1, $18.00; ra 1, $23.00 ; gray feed 120.00 ton. WOOL Wool, per pound Mohair, iter pound , MEATS (D. E. Nebergall Meat Ca.) CATTLE Steers ,.- , Heifers Bulls Cows, beef Cows, cutters , . . HOI'S I Kt to 1t;n pounds. . . . 100 to 210 pounds . .t 210 to 2'll pounds 2MI to 3'n pounds . . . 3.ri0 iiouiidn ti Sows .- - SIIKICI .IS.IHW7.00 .. 4.sorii'6.rtO ,, .i.oorus.oii . :i.ooir.iH , . 1.60'H3.C S8.2r.i 8.7.1 S.7fii ! 7ft 8.2.111 9.25 8.2511 8.50 11.0041 7.25 5.5011 7.00 f. limbs , . . Kwrs VearllliKs Live Dressed .$7.nll8.IW , 2.00 II 8. Oil . ti. (10 I'll COO 12 I'll! I. THY (Swift e& I'nmpilliyl No. I bens, 4 v.j in U lbs , No. 1 bens, over tl lbs . .lie . ,17e . He No. I medium bens, over 3 Vii lbs. No. I tneillumliens, under 3'.y His. Colored springs , No. I bi'iillorn, 1 4 to 2 lbs Me . ISe .Me osters , . , SlagH ..,.....,'.. 1 MliliS All Price Arc llellvered Ailinuy CnneN llelliriteil ICxtras . 1 He .I7e . 1 lie .13 : Standards , . . . Kxtru meiliuiii ...... Staudaril meilluin .. Itruwtis extras liil-ty extras I'llllel'Kl'lilles I'llllets .. I'oe wooh . . . . . VI'IAI: l.lv , IM-essell ............ lltiT'lOIII . Mir . 1 lie .130 .120 . I0e 8ie 2 Vie 'AT A irrade 2lio H uraile ., 25o t1 K'ado 22c siii:i:p l.llllllia , ... , . , 8.15f 9.00 I'llHTI. AMI nAIIKI'Vr Purl land, Oi-ii., April 30. Hittter and eictf prluus weru uneliaiied today. strawberries ailvaneed to $1.50 fur 12s. . 'I'omntiies are higher. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Linn in the Matter of the Estule) of ) J. D, BISHOP, Deceased. ) By virtue of an order made and entered In the above-entitled mat ter and Court, the undersigned administrator of the estate of J. D. Bishop, deceased, will on or after the 10th clay of May, 1038, sell at private sale the following renl property belonging to said estate, to-wit: nn undivided one-fourth interest in and to the following: est in and to the following: Beginning at .the southeast corner of the William A, Wolcott Donation Land Claim, no 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 southwest corner of Lot 4 in Section 24, in Township 15 south of Range 3 west of lliu Willamette Meridian, thence north 40 chains to tho northwest corner of Lot 3 In said Section 24, thence cast 37.93 chains to a point duo south of tne souineusi corner ul iitu 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 cast 13.27 chains more or less to the southeast corner, of said Luther White Donation Land Claim, Ihcnce south 52.35 chains, more or less to the south line of tho north half of the Thomas S. Mills Donation Lund 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 pluce of beginning, all in Linn County, Oregon, said entire tract containing 549.18 acres. Said sale, pursuant to said order, will be made upon tbo 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 rote of 6 per annum, interest payable annually, the payment of said note and interest to be secured by a first lien mortgage upon the real property old hereunder. It A. DRYER Administrator of tho Estate of J. D. Bishop, Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore.,- or c-o County Clerk Linn County, Oregon. JAMES COLE, Attorney for Adm. Couch Bldg. Portland, Oregon. Apr, lfi-23-30 May 7-14 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Qf REAL PROPERTY ATTJR1VATE SALE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Linn In the Matter of the Estate) of ) MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse , . .L . j .iV.L ri 1 lf itTnlnvod ministrator with the will annexed WRONG - JACK IS I'LL SLIP IN AND TELL JACK THE GOOD NEWS BEFORE I GO-f 7- MYRA MUMS MERRILY Ab SUB PUTS OM HER PRETTIEST FROCK A FINE HOW MUSTNT DISTURB ME,EH ? WELLI'VE HAD ABOUT EMOUGH DF- TMIS, AND I'M CLEARING DOCTOR-I FEEL 50 W4PPY P C. SPLENDID.' TLL OVER JACK'S APPOIMTMENT O.vjf A C DRlVE PACTO TO THE EMPEROR'S ( lV j .TwItME HOSPITAL STAFF-1 DO BELIEVE7 32?-? f:' LTO YjpU CAU I'LUUKE YOU UP OU JC5- 'n v-T''1MCUAKWEV0IJR THAT SUPPER AT THE 'A Ml UNIFORM OUT. RIGHT r V. of tho estate of George , James Bishop, deceased, will on or after the 16th day of May, 1936, sell at private sole the following real property 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. Wolcott Donation Land Claim, notification No. 5533, Claim No. 49, in Township 15 south of ' Range 2 west of the Willam III I X kLarra , THAT FED UP - D'YE - DO cj-i vcd kiPiM TOUGH, IS Hg LOOK S VERY . NOW - D YA HEH, li GOOD EVENING, Vk COLONEL LANE...Kli4w OMUE'S A-SLEEP-r J "T I MUSTNTf ".I ( r-o' IE HEM BY BLOSSER FRECKLES AND HIS ( LJ-KLESV Hs!r: ! vV f HE MUST BEHE'S f Has GOOSEY PLEASE BEST j ( . MOT EVEM IN THE W, 9 FRECKLES STAND, IF HE IS IN P A COURTROOM ' ) J I LET NUTTY WHO WAS ) WITH YOU OW THE NIGHT YOU A ENTERED 7 FRECKLES MGCOSEY WAS WITH ME.... HE CAN TESTIFY THAT I TOOK i; Hh. Lcjuun woofvi r it rf vru 10 . t s i . 't mi d 1 "' rruca . j-, munuk ; ; i ; . TS r SURELY MCGOOS PLEASE t! J' " 4'. '-.J Hp- J tfsa ' '' 4 - &X rr r ette Meridian, and run thence 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 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, Thence north 85.95 chains to the south lino 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 or loss 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 cast line of the said Thomas S. Mills Donation Lond 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 649.18 acres. Said sale, put-suant 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 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. H. A. DRYER , Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Estate of George James Bishop, v Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore., or c-o CourJv Clerk Oinn CoSiity, Oregon. JAMES COLEr , Attorney for Adm. Couch Bldg. Portland, Oregon. Apr. 16-23-30 May 7-H THE LAST CENT IN THE HOUSE TO BUY THAT MEDICINE ALLEY OOP IMt. UMUJ I SpRE? J ALLEY'S ACE PROVES TO BE A TREY BY HAMLIN '1 WMAT A B S ) .hfi p yoij ve ROARING 'i 7URNEOCXJT - AN LOOKiT TO BE' Ivik (iDAWD WrZER IS NOW. LISSEM. YOU 6EvVHl5KEGD 5.T.I'LlS5EN, ntn , Mt lm 1 i : TO THAT -I'LL TURN THl- AFFAIR TFCOZY -MY NEW GKANJO WlZER-AN'l MGlVIN' YUH FAIR. - THAT BOYS GOT A BAG THAT LL MAKE YOU OC OOAT.rIM C-iVIW YOU SUUPOWU TTAKE YOUR. SELL OFFN DINNY - Y'OPT TWAT 7 TOUW kiom i ;SOUND THINK ' . TH y STARS GC 'nri inn .a k 1 ' LIKE AN' ASATEUR. - HE S TOUGH' Us r rv 1 I l-HES TOUGHy- tt N o JL 7t - 't ' o ! J. S. BISHOP, Decease ) Hv virtue of an order made and 1 entered In the abovc-cntitlcU mat-

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