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Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 7

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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY. OREGON PAGF. SEVFN THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1936 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S Help Wanted GOOD ALL KINDS "X,.! NEW TODAY TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS London, May 14. Lord Allenby, World war conqueror of Palestine 'nnd one of Britain's foremost sol- dier-statesmen, died today. He was y If ATTENTION l.inu Cmmty Fair Grounds with ul ImfltUngs and 30 acre of land tor holiUnti stork while wailing to load, nt the price of farm land, and very easy terms. 3W ACKKS UN HHSHWAY near Ufti-anon Improved for only $2150. t M. Dotlarhlde Co. mMtf i ' PI AMfi MOltKUN STYLK. WITH Kl lMNVJ ,.mm-1i. only 145.n(l. $5.00 M flown $5.00 munth, if you wish to this piano 'wriin imin i&livaii Pianit . 1 lately u 4 S W The 2ih Ava, Portland, Ore. ml4-i; 290 ACRE PA HJt, JIMH tillA dark" land nicely ln- Price quoted below are those pre-vailing at 11 o'clock . m. on day of publication, and Are subject to change at any hour thereafter. I.OCAI, ni(AI M. Sender- Co. i,!EASTBURN 5'i fitted and real ranch with Just fair I .i Improvement. Only i0 per acre. T-AIKW-: STOCK JIANCH one of best r in tills country and van be had at a sarrlfii-e. t .INCO.MK PUOPBUW, one of Al- bany's finest - properties show Ink Jt Rood interest on your money. Kor fcf investment worth while see ,i Tlill'P & Ml'HPHY, Realtor. mMtf Wheat: No. I white, 77c; red nnd mixed 75c bushel. PAULEY: Hansen, 2I.O0 ton. OATS: While, No. 1, lis. no: irrny No. I. flM.llQ: itrav feed J20.O0 ton, wool. Wool, per pound ,,..30e Mohair, per ponnd 40c IK.TS (I), i:. Vel.cruall Men) Co.) CATTI.I'. Steers $5 50 '(T i.OO Heifers 4.fll'ire.50 HtlllS S.fiOWfi.OO Cows, beef 3.0IKI'5.00 t'ows, 4'illter.H 1.5OU3.0O IIOliN 140 to I CD pounds IS .Miff S. 00 iro to 210 poumis ft oiiii 9.00 210 to 250 pounds 7.5111(18.50 250 to 350 pounds ........ T.5ll(li7.75 250 pounds up ., fi.75HjTi.50 Sows 4.751) ti.25 mii:i:i. Lambs $7.50;r8.50 Kwes i. 1)01(1 4.00 YearllnKs e.oani tl.oo vi:i. Live 7c Dressed ...lie 1 I GOOSEBERRIES .WANTE D. Market price. It. I. Mai Laiijrhlhi & Co. I'tli & Itaker Sts., Albany. Ore. nil4-1t-S A FAIR HXt'H ANG-B, tery Try a NO UT-'Swnp" ad. 1 AUCTION SAT. NEXT. HKN SUO- tells Auet. Mart. 12:30 Rharp, Horses, Jersey cow Just fresh, 2 Jersey . cAwa, milking; calves, piffs, chickens, 1000 chick brooder, turkey brooder, dairy-feed cart, ser steel cow stanchions, root cutter, Ktarr motor for grinding or pumping, 2 -horse cultivator, 'bund cultivator, seed corn. 200 lbs. stem rot resistant sweet clover seed, big lot of rope, cable and blocks, 2 steel wheelbarrows, -2 steel oil barrels with pumps, doors, windows & i screens. It t'olctuan lamps, 2 ranges, oak dining table and - chairs, beds, .springs and inuttre.Hes, . dresser, stand .tabic, rockers, !.12 Kx rug, malting, lawn mower, dishes, kitchen ware, small tools, potatoes, bulled hay, 15 sks com, 10 gals fly spray, another lot of iml.se. and lots of goods jiot listed. Rig sab', Our sales are fast and full of action. If you want to Buy or Sell, don't miss this sale. Itig crowds, lots of buyers. Sat at Ben T. Sudtell's Aiie-n ew & used furniture & etc. at tion Mart. Albany. Mr stock --of private sale at all times. We buy or trade most anything. Hen T. 8ml I el I. IJve Stock-Auct. Mgr. m!4-S Stewart. 1K.2 V. 12th. RIGHT WOOD TUB KK'iHT prlt-e. Claude WrlKht. nhnnn 2Bfi-J. SSK R. fth St. tnSO-tf For Sale Used Cart 3 GREAT BUYS Late Model Cars That Present Great Values in Unused Transportation. . . 1!U5 Chevrolet Sport Sedan with IV l.nxe itadio and heater. Low mileage and In perfect condition. . Looks like new. At a great sav- - lag. liKlo Standard Chevrolet Coach A car thai everybody wants because it is so cheap to operate. Black liuco finish, i'pholstery like new. A car you'll be proud to own. The price? Come and see how low. 1932 Ford coupe 4 cylinder motor. Just reconditioned. Looks like new. Bargain price. Big line Chevrolets, Model A Fords, Pontiacs, etc. coupes, couches A: sedans. Shop for used cars here. ' open Sundays Albany Auto Company I'sed Car Corner 2nd & Ellsworth Sis. Phone 200 UH3-15-S WEEK END SPECIALS ALEXANOKR KOR USED CARS RENEWED nud tR'ARANT EEI '31 Ford Model A Sedan Clean throughout, no Ford Model A 4-rnor. See this one. "30 Ford Model A Std. Coupe New paint. 31 Ford Model Roadster Ne Motor. '30 Chcv. Coupe A dandy. '2!l Dodge 4-Door Sedan Nei 2! Ford Model A Touring tires -Karl Keen trutik. Several Model T I'oupes nnd sedans that must be sold. TRPCKS - TPJ'CKS Two late model light panel deliveries. 2!1 Ford truck Very good tires-Stock rack. 33 Ford V-N Long W.R. truck tia tires. OPEN SPNDAYS Alexander Motor Co. 121 7,yon Si. Albany, Ore. Your Ford Dealer : ml3-U-S Automobiles Wanted CASH YOl'R CAR OR Wrarden's Car Mar-1'hone i:i:ll. niri-Jo eiiuity. Lebanon, 5 Livestock, Poultry, Eggs CUSTOM II ATOHINO - Ftl ROOM for 2000 Turkey eggs, any time. Charter's incubators, J. L. McFarlund, Tnngeni, JMione 0O4-R-4. mLt-16-S FDR 9AI F 1011 6-wk.- oi.n run OrtLC. wh(, i,,.Bborn roosters. $l.ri. K. M. Awbrey, Tan-Bent. Ore. mU-15 DEAD ANn wo,n'",'l:ss HltSKS nnd pows picked up free of charge nnywhere. Phone collect H-F-H, Albany. If no answer. Phone 11-K-4, Corvallls. ml4-tf AUTC I.KtlllOHN HAH Y CHICKS VVnilC Malches every day the first week in .May. Order from this ad 10 per 1 no. Still plenty of time io false a nice lot of fall layers. Ul'f-'SIOI.I.'S 1 1 ATfllKRY. 1'bnne :mn, Ciir.vallla. ocu nan t r WAIITFn-l,AY ra TfRKEY vvnillt-L ,,!, n;ire Northwest I llry & Oalry ProductH Co. . 111I2-H nOOn '''!f WOMAN rot UUUU l ween 30 t5 yeai OOK BE- ears. ites- taurant exp. not npeessnry. Apply In person after 2 p. m..,lepot Cafe, t24 Lyon Si. 1U12-1K 20 Wanted, Miscellaneous WOOL WANTED WE PAY highest market value, M. Senders & Co. m7-30 PACPARA 11AUK WANTKll WK onovirain,,, ln market for nn unllmlteil (iiiautity nf drv or Kreen Onscnra Hark. Will imv lilKbeNt cash prices. Albany Hur-Kaln IIoumc, 2ml and Maker, Phone 790. II 1 5 -1 r OLD I' NIT ED bought a STATES COINS Dawson's Drug mnrltf 24 Personal CTflMApU VIX-Rrt. OAS PAINS. OIUIVIMOn ,iiKeati,.n vIctlniH, why suffer? Kor Ulek relief Ket n free sample nf HiIkh, a iloctor'H prescription ut Kreil Dawson's Vtuk Store. nifi-jr) 8 Lost, Strayed, or Stolen L0ST- llapp: poi.h'k sHHi'HKitn non, hliml in one eye. Name '". Krnest Cody, TanKent. tnin-15-S 16 Miscellaneous Classified PAINTING' waW PAi-nniNts. I nmillivja interior ilecorntlliK that's different. I'hone A2 or (11.1-1,. Wilbur llawsou & flulre Hnyiler. m:io-tr cash oit oi,i ooi.i), crowns, hrldireH, fillings, obi Jewelry, watch cases, etc. F. ,M. French & Son, Jewelers. daotr HOME-MADE Jl-IlSKY IOT: IIUIVIL. ivinLL ,.r(,.lm B),rvi,,, , (oins farm.- halfway between Snlem nml Albany. ml2-14-S CUippp SHUAIUNO, OAI.L HOHIN ,3nl-l-rTrnax, I'hone or call ut 1.115 2nd. tu8-Jl CASH PAID KOR DSKD KlTRNl lure, etc. "Lnok in your attic." Chas. Rohrbough & Son 415 W. First St. Jl-tf Upi D TIIK NM10DY. Till? SALVA-n L-Ll ,)on Army needs fruits. Vegetables, clothing, etc., to help needy people in emergency cose. Money too. If you want to contrib ute, wo nave no leiepnone uui uriiig in niiui you nuve 111 (iiiimm or drop us a card nnd we'll call for it. C'apt. Pert Bailey, 104 West 3rd OL, l MUMiy. Mrs. Bertha Linckley, " 54, Dies on Thursday Hfclsey, M14. (Special) Mrs. Bertha Haltz Linckley died this morning in a Eugene hospital. She was born May 18, 1881, in an eastern state. She was married to Albert C. Linckley on May 10, 1908 and had made her home here for the past 18 years, coming here from Washington. Her widower is the only known survivor. Funeral services will be held. Saturday at 2 o'clock in the HtrhWyivlethodist "church with Rev.- W. A. Driggs officiating. Interment will be . in the Alford cemetery. . The Rossman chapel is in charge. i$1800- -ACT QUICK $1800. 80 acres of prairie land all under cultivation fair bill Id lugs, the best buy ever offered in I.mti county. $1X00 total price. Why rent? IHV1NH T,. HOOD, Phone 300 n30tf !t liOTH Al'CTlON Mkt. Big Sale Sat. 11 a. ni. Hores, 3 good cows. Hoist ten cow fresh 1 week, 3 head heifers,, calves, pigs, shouts, sows, chickens, farm machinery, 2-horso cultivator, harrow. Iron wheel . wagon, furniture, beds complete, dressers, rockers, rugs, diiling table, chairs, comb, desk and book case, davenport, dishes, cooking utensils, tools, corn, wheat, spuds, plants and lots of other merchandise. Bring in what yon have to sell. ian B. lloth, auctioneer. ml4S HOUSEWORK by the Horn but Sat. Exp. worker. Call 123" Washington St. mH-lti KATAHDIN OTATOKS, Sv t-ry nice one. C II. - Si'ttlemiiT, TatiKent, Ore. - Ttt. 1, Hx 25, mH-16 RFRRY pirKB1IS WAXTRii- J. II. Ore. lhnne Lebanon ?-P-4. niM-lfi RONTON m ,A' '"''IfilKR, 1J vn. uuuiuil nA n AillreB H"X 2i:t7, t llemoi-rnt-Heralil. 11114-16" 200 WHITE wks. (dd, 55e -Tangent, Ore. KKOHOKN .Pl'b-li'ts. Hollywood, X ach. Lester Bault, niU-16 HOUSE OK suli lUTlLlllNtl LOT KOU . 1 ti 1 r 10, 2nd. St., Al-mH-15-S Itany Oro. WANTFn ('inv s'ON-m on vvnn i two wm ,mv fnr ,, kt-i'iihiK. I-. orr. North Albany. inH' FIRE" -THERE IS ANOTHER KIRK every minute. Every 35 min utes someone is burned to death. Protect" your family and your property against-fire now with a Fyr-Fyter. Fire may strike you next. Be Prepared. Write your local dealer for free information -on Fyr-Fyter Products. Olenn Burt cheiv the Fyr-Fyter man, 1434 R 1st St. Albany, Ore. ml 4 FOR SALE URA-Ac!!; Or.NP y lots otllsiile Tnt'omn, bany. city limits, fine location Wash. 14. ;. Cuff. N. Al-mH-15 For Sale Real Estate 47 V? ACRF FAIlM Fon 11 J 4. rvuilt- nn Kll,iim liny.. 5 inllcM out: new 5 room house, new .lii.k.-n hi: all other out-on main jtower ll. A HAlil'.AIN. McKlnley. lit. I, 1122-11)22 bulblhiKS fair; line, t'rops nil See owner, Wm. Albany, Or : FDR 5AI F modkiin m:vi.y r JnLL lecomt.fl home, 11 lot well located at 10114 V. Sth St.', Albany. Write 11.. 1). I'owl'rn, 80S W. 1I A'e. Ihiirenr, Ore. tnl2-lR FOR SALE-1, ICAL ESTATE era I Land Rank Farms. All counties In Western and Southern Oregon. C. A. Barnes, Field Salesman. 1K.3 Oak SI.. Eugene. Ore. hlti-mlfi 22 Wood and Coal GOOD WOOD I'ltlCKO ITIOIIT Deliverert In any length, rhiliiile, 1 0(16 Kan I In ill Kil 7:H-H. J20-lf FRIENDS ; li i it T v ! A 1! I. 1 N IS or salt'. .lue J tintt, rhnnc Oit.-riisi-y Hull l itirltov. 1 ml. N. Fry Sli Jst-F-U.' ... . .. ml3-l.' CASH FOB OLD AN1 WORTH less horses and cows. Pay- Id calves. Ph. 14-F-14 Albany, Veil Montgomery. ml4-tf WANTED FOB CASH Ol and cows. Head animals picked up free of charge anywhere. Cale & Montgomery, Phone collect sn-F-12. CorvaMls. mltf Hay, Grain, Feed HAY FOR SALE-,!,,;l,,y,,(.'v,- (tat. 1. E. (inrdner. Halscy. ml 3-1 ft 7 For Sale, Miscellaneous H'AYINin TlMK ,s domino -NKW nn i Tnw Kporiui, i, -s,, 3 new rope, 18c lb. Also some" good used hay rope. Fork carriers for both wood - si eel track. Carrier forks, hay forks, pnd fork handles. Save money on your haying needs at Albany Bargain House, 2nd A Baker Sts. ml3-lS TRAM FRQ ooon csed trail-inrtiLC.no t.rft unlv lft & 12-ln plow, i!. One-horse orchard plows, $2.50 & up. New plow, steel cable, to j in. cable clamps, choker hooks, etc. Albany Bargain House. 2nd & Baker Sts. ml3-15 FOR sale---;;: 11 Ul Snntlnm Bond. V1CTROLA auto tent. ml3-lti MOpn H'E BOXES ONLY $1 AND UOCU U( iu.t yours now. A large stock to select from. Lawn mowers, trade In your old mower on one of our new light running, high wheel, bull bearing mowers. tJar- den hose, we have a number of pieces of good used garden hose. New hose. SO ft. U nglhs, SI.95. Sprinklers, garden tools, etc. Albany Bargain House, 2nd & Baker. ml3-15 FOR SALE - T A K E Y OUR ludce: K-tube Spar ton, new condensers, good t ultes or R. C. Radi i, local and long distance in flui' St, shape. 222 E. 4th m 13-1 WOMAN'S ,ncyn'K ir"! KAI-K VVUIVinn O ,.,, p. i.;x,.ellent con-dillon. Address Hnx 212), c-n Dem-ncrat-ll.rnld. nil3-l!i' BOAT FOR SALE-T,;1:- rowing, fine for fishing- 1 2:i6 Cain pooia St. ml2-14 USED IAS HANtiF.S. KI.ECTRIt: raiiR'eH, oil stoves, electric & Kits plates, lowest possible prices. Rebuilt used ranges, large slock only f!I.T.ri up. Rest possible values nt Albany RarKaln House, 2nd Halter. inl2-14 1D FT HAY "AKH l'lt SAI.l). 1 u n 1 William Kosninl- ske. Itt. 3, Albany. ml2-14 WRECKIN6,frt SCHOOLS $4 up. llrlckn $4 lier M., planks for burns, brlilKes, timber, 1x8 and lxfi sheet Inn, flooring, ceilinK, siding. Can deliver. .Inl & Madison. Alliany. ml4-2n-S 21 For Rent FOR RENT"-4 lt"l,M lIN' 1 un nir.!.:.!.futiiA..nilJi.-v Khono. f)47-lt. 2l-(f ELLSWORTH A,'TK ,,KAT' I.L.L.OVVUI1 I II oj-crntufred fnrnl-tare. Ph. 35, 805 Kllsworth. n-tf THE COIN I LEFT, WAS DATED 1878 ....IF FT WAS AMONG THE ONES FOUND UNDER THE FLOOR j IT SHOULD PROVE MY INNOCENCE CHARITY 1 I HE GOT ON ENDS WHERE II TH' BALL II BRAGGING II THAT MAKES U ''ll asparagus Floral Co. Ph. il.!7-Tt. niH-10 WANTFD TO knt ci oo i) it mm i i l Innurn 5 nr ,.imm i, house bet ween , now and .June 1 ft. . Phono ft-18. : " m14-l'0 Brush Creek, all bottom land, crop all In, very good buildings, n very fine little place, 2 horses, i cows, all equipment needed, all furniture needed. Total price only $:i750 move right in. - invi.NK l. noon, piiouti :tuo aHOtf WE HAVE SBVKUAI' VEHY FINK 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 ) D. BISHOP, Deceased. ) By virtue of an order made and entered in the above-entitled matter and Court, the undersigned administrator of the estate of J. D. Bishop, deceased, will on or after the I6th day of May, 1936, sell at private sale 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 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 the Willamette Meridian, thence north 40 chains to the north-west 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 line 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 less 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 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 6 per annum, interest payable annually, the payment of said note nnd interest to be secured by a first lien mortgage upon the real property sold hereunder. H. A. DRYER Administrator of the Estate of J. D. Bishop, Deceased. Mcrchanit Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore., or e-o County Clerk Linn County, Oregon. JAMES COLE, t . Attorney for Adm. Couch Bldg. . Portland, Oregon. Apr. 18-23-30 May 7-14 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 estate) of ) S. BISHOP, Deceased. ) Bv virtue of an order made and entered In the above-entitled mat 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, 10UU, sell at private sale the following real property belong to said estate, to-wit: an undivided one-fourth interest in and to the following: Beginning nt 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 Willamette Meridian, and run thence westerly 79.42 chains to the southwest coiner 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 line of the Luther White Donation Land Claim, in said Township 15 south ot 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 less 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 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 6co 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 of the Estate of J. S. Bishop, Deceased. Merchants Trust Bldg. Portland, Ore., or c-o County Clerk Linn Couty, GpwMB . JAMES COL. ' Attorney for MM 75 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS School District No. 5 Linn County, Oregon. Notice is hereby civen that the Board of Directors of School District No. 5, of Linn County, Ore gon, will receive sealed bids until seven o clock P. M. on the 2nd dav of June, 1936, at the High School Building in the City of Albany, Oregon, for the General Obligation Bonds of said School District in the sum of Thirty Thousand and no 100 ($30,000) Dollars, said bonds to be issued for the purpose of providing funds with which to remodel the Senior High School Building and to construct addi tions thereto, to construct a new Maple School Building, to build an addition to the New Madison School Building and to equip and furnish each of said buildings with school equipment and school furnishings. Said bonds are to be dated June 1, 193G. to be in denominations of $1000.00 each, to bear interest payable semi-annually at the office of the County Treasurer of Linn County, Oregon. and will mature as follows: Numbers Maturity Date Amount 1 and 2 June 1, 1938, $2000.00 3 and 4 June 1, 1939, $2000.00 5 and 0 June 1, 1940, $2000.00 7 and 8 June 1, 1941, $2000.00 D and 10 June 1. 1942, $2000.00 11 and 12 June 1, 1943, $2000.00 13 and 14 June 1, 1944, $2000.00 15 and 16 June 1, 194f, $2000.00 17 and 18 June 1, 1948, $2000.00 19 and 20 June 1, 1947, $2000.00 21 and 22 June 1, 1948, $2000.00 23 and 24 June 1, 1949, $2000.00 25 and 26 June 1. 1950, $2000.00 27 and 28 June 1, 1951, $2000.00 29 and 30 June 1, 1952, $2000.00 All bids shall be addressed and delivered to the undersigned Clerk of the School Board of School District No. 5, at Albany, Oregon, on or before seven o'clock P. M. on June 2, 1936, and shall be accom panied by the certified check of each bidder in a sum not less than Z'i percent of the amount of such bid. The legal opinion ot Messrs Teal, Winfree, McCulloch, Shuler and Kelly, attorneys at Law, Port' land, Oregon, as to the legality of such bond issue will be furnished the successful bidder. The Board of Directors of said School District No. 5 hereby re serves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Direc tors of School District No. 5, Linn County. Oregon. Dated and first published this 14th day of Mav. 1936. D. H. BRENNEMAN. Clerk, School District No. 5. Linn County, Oregon. Address: Albany, Oregon. May 14-21-28 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 Estate) of ) GEORGE JAMES BISHOP,) Deceased. ) By virtue of an order made nnd entered in the above-entitled matter and Court, the undersigned ad ministrator with the will annexed of the estate of George James Bishop, deceased, will on or after the lflth day of May, 1936, sell at private sale 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. Wol cott Donation Land Claim, no tification No. S5J.1, Claim No, 49, in Township 15 south of Range 2 west of the Willam 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 Willanuetle Meridian, thence north 40 chains to the north west coiner 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 is 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 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 less to the south lino 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 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 Do nation 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 ln 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 sc. cured by a first lien mortgage up on the real property sold here under. H. A. DRYER Administrator with the Will AMWNed ot the Estate of Ccr Js-inos Bishop, Deceased; Wrcknti ?nt Blrfci. i alU OM.. ( O c-o County Cli J. Ft range specials in nnu- f M tion to the ones mentioned In our , M regular , ads. . .MoiMirninwNrtiUiteH l Power Co. . , . mi t FOR RFNT""4 tloOMa KritNin- LET THE "WlNb BLOW IMU I.THV ISnlrt l eninany) No. 1 hens, 41 tu ti His ISc 18c No. 1 hens, over (i Ihs. No. 1 medium hens, nvi No. 1 medium hens, nnd Colored springs , 31 lbs 31 lbs. lbs 15c 15c 18c 15c No, 1 broilers, 11 to 2 lbs. Roosters , .7c Stags l IK- l-ititiN All Prices Are Kellvered Allmnr C'MMen lletlirnril Extras Hie StitndardH 17c Extra medium ICc Standard medium 1.1c HrowiiH extras , I'.lc Olrty extras ltic t'ndct-gradra 13c Pullets 12c Pee wees Live .'. . I tressed A grade II gratia C (crude 10c VK.tl ....... 8U ... . ..... .12c 20c 25c 22c in i rr.it l Ai N(iKh:i . 18.20 Cl' B.tf I) Two Brownsville Bridge Sites Studied Members of the county court are awaiting a report of the county engineer before advancing plans for construction of a new bridge crossing the Calapooia river at Brownsville, County Judge J. J. Barrett said today. One of two prospective sites will be selected, Judgcu Barrett said, depending upon the engineer's recommendations and the wishes of the Brownsville city council. When the bridge will be erected will depend somewhat upon the condition of the county's finances, Judge Barrett suid. Provision for construction will be made in the county budget. This bridge will collect Brownsville and West Brownsville, and will serve as an outlet to the Hiilsey-Brownsvillc highway. By HAROLD GRAY BY BLOSSER ILL A COIN OF THAT VINTAGE BE AMONG THE DOZEN FOUND UNDER THE FLOOR? BY HAMLIN r BUT IT'S A LIEf TELL HIM W BUT IT OH, DON'T WORRY 1 T BUT LET HIM TALK- A I I'D SURE LIKE TO I NOTHING . Ill BURNS ME II ABOUT WHAT SOME I HE'S If HIS SORT SELDOM 1 I TELL THAT DOPE 1 ANNIF- RPM III MP. WUM"c, II PROFESSIONAL I I KkiorKiki' II GET. DEEP ENOUGH II BUT IT'S A LIE- I'D SURE LIKE TO TELL THAT DOPE A THING OR TWO- I LL BET YOU VE DONE MORE GOOD IN A WEEK THAN HE'LL DO IN HIS WHOLE LIFE- UP LIFTER THINKS- I YOU TO TO KNOW THE REAL I I HIS OPINION I EVER'BODY Ifl FACTS" HE CAN'T I I ISN'T IMPORTANT -1 , IM TOWN- M IMPRESS ANYONE. J I BUT THAT GUV NIMCOM IS GOIN" ALL OVER TOWN SCREAMIM' THOT YOU'RE A MISER- VS&MUmd HE CLAIMS VUH NEVER. V0m!6. DID A KIND DEED JT AlJ - OgW Jp j ' ' lrV lee pi e:cc. wash garage. 140 No. Oak ml 4-16 FRECKLES AND HIS AL.EEY OOP L ,rrl u IlllC Orphan And Other Comics f SYLVESTER, WHAT GIVES YOU THE IDEA THAT VoU K' CAN ESTABLISH AN ALIBI j THRU THE IDENTIFICA- tTTO DATED 1878 ( HOW ) DO YOU trvner r- THE COlM I LEFT H OH THE COUrJIER, I .'. TO PAY FOB THE v f ', MEDICINE I TOOK, , ) ; ' WAS A RARE COIN ri wAS ONE THAT VtY GRANDFATHER GAVE, ME FOR A KEEPSAKE WAS THE ONLY MONEY WE HAD IN THE HOUSE. )iDEKrriFr: OFFICER KELLY, ) 'C YES 1 BRING THE COINS , ( YouR' ) 'TO ME, k HONOR! 9 1 A PRETTY LTVEL.Y CORPSE WHY. THAT UKJFEELIW', LOW-DOWN SON.'oOO, MY HEAD! "1 ( DINNV.'-GOOD GOSH.' fTHAT WAS TH' AWRJLESr )iiLL--Nl fHEV, LOOK ! THERE'S S ( MY POOR 1 DEAD. HE GRABBED TH'CCOWM OH, NOW I s i ' tlvOL rr A' m : Linn County, Cmm. COLE, ttorney for Adm. Couch Bldg. Portland, Oregon (J Apr. 10-23-30 May 7-14 Couch Bldg. ... PorUand, OreJi. , . Apr. ia-2Qf c

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