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Albany, Oregon
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Friday, May 22, 1936
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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY. OREGON PAGE FIVE f - 1- rTyyyffy'i'yrfyfff : Unused Furniture Get$ Covered With Dust . . . Want Ads. Get Results " Sell It! , . y : 7 For Sale, Miscellaneous 20 Wanted, Miscellaneous lluttor I'ube .extras. 27o: stand- NEW TODAY 1 fi" MM I WOOU. UUKKS $3.50 ' U IV'IUL. per cord. purt (lry j4 flue for cook moves, sawdust & shavings. Albany Fuel f Co.. 316 Calapouia St., Phone 52 . ni20tf FIVF ACHKS -VWSHY NICK LOCA-' tion near Albany and all un der cult .nation with good small Imuxe at a Macrnftee price. Beoause of sickness. ' , ls-l acre rt-al farm buy; all lays level and g-od fur mint? laud tn cultivation except small amount along creek. For quick sale only $25 .per acre. Tripp & Murphy, Realtors. m21tf Texas Tomatoes were easier; like-; wise California!,. Onion market was steady. Lettuce a trifl easier. The Dulles peas steadier; quality better. . . First shipment of watermelons ar-, rives from Imperial Valley. Potatoes of the old crop climbed to a new high record of $4 per cental during the 24 hours; this being one of the highest prices on record here. The advance for the day was from fiO to 7c and reflects not only the extreme scarcity and probable famine of old potatoes here and along the Pacific slope, but the extreme sniallurss ami sensational price advances for new crop. Under normal conditions new potatoes should be going down at this period, instead nf shooting sky-high. POHTI.AVD MYRN'I'OCK Portland, or., May 22. Hogs: 200 Including lr.II direct. Active. Fully steady, (ioort-eholce dr I veins $9.35-il.r.0. lleavlea $N.75. Ught lights and slaughter pigs $N.75-9. Packing sows $7. Keeder pigs $9-9.75 PI APF ORLE,ls EAHLY KOU "vL extra fine large carnations, all colors, $1 Uoz. for Me-moriul Day. ' Hall's Floral Shoj. IU21-23 SEVERAL BOATS 12 TO UUn I O i5 rt. A11 several radios. 117 Lyon St.. Albany, Ore.'m21-23 WRECKING 2 R.U1 SCHOOLS All kinds of lumber for sale at J price. Also brick, lath. Can ib-llver. 3rd & Montgomery. m21-27-S IJCpn ICR ROXKS ONLY $1 AND u3l-lJ up. Pick yours now, a lorge Htock to elect from. lAwn mow-ci'M trade in your old mower on one of our new light running, high wheel, ball bearing mowers. Qar-:. den hose We have a number of pieces nf good uwed garden hone, new hone 50 ft. lengths. 1.95. Sprinkler, garden tooU, etc. Albany Bargain House, Second and linker Sts. ' m20-22 9-WHFFI THAH.KU tDt'AUH) . iniLLL wiih bunks for logs, hi tuber. Cheap for cash, J. W. Shortrldge, :I1G Calapoole St. I'll. S2. in201tff 21 t For JRent I luUOL goud condition. Inquire lrvin's (Inrage. in2l-23. ELLSWORTH A',TS ,"4AT LL.I-OVVUI1 I II overstuffed furniture. Ph. 35, S05 Ellsworth. nO-tf WHAT wo''Ll YOU LIKE TC VVI in i (,.,,; pry n "Swap" ad. 10 Help Wanted TIIRkTY- PX'KEliS WANTED I.UIVlXL I Apply at Swirt & Co. 11)21-2,1 rjipi ABOUT 20 Y US. OLD, It l u-aulcd for generul housework. Ucf. rciiulred. Phone 553-L. 11121-23 llOpn CAS RANC.KS, KLKCTR1C UOL U rnngH, oil Ftoves, electric & gas platen, lowest possible prices. Rebuilt used ranges, large stuck only ?."r & up. Rest posHi-valucs at Albany Rargain Ilouue, 2nd A Ritker. ml02l 10 " NEAK LEBANON IV noilLO i,mu Improvements SC50.OO. -- ' - - - lift) aires. unproved, prk'e .$SO00, federal of $2700. Wants small pltu-e In exchange. 4!i acres near Pullman Washington nice improvements, will exchange or valley 1'arm. C M. Dollnrhide t'o. ' ' m22tf RflQTON nfi.i pi'ppies Fon DUOJ.UIM , f,-8 p. m ,n7 W. 9th SI. ' r m22-2:i W ANTFn "'OMAN AC1B 45 TO vvnii i lu .65 who can oook a first-class plain meal and haB some, knowledge of practf-al nurs ing, or better still, a desire to learn. Apply hy mail, stating qualifications. K. (. H., c-b pemocrat-Jieralil. m22 WOOL -wantk.d vvuvl. hlKh(,sr pr WE PAY price, sr. Senders & Co. m22-J16 STOCK IPMENT - FITRNI acres located on BriLwh Creek. : nil bottom land. Vrop all in. very pood buildings, n v,ry fine little place. 2 horses, 2 rows, all eiili)ineht needed, nil furniture neede-d. Total price only $37otf move fiKht In. ' WVINK L. noon, Phone 300 , . a30tf WANTFn IHY CASOAFIA HARK VV ttlU LU Kend.ifl & Co. FOR Af F NARUANGAN- hatch. Call J. L. MVParluiHl. Tun-eent, I'hone C04-R--I. . m2'2-'5 q?i pnn act quick moo. 80 W V V acres nf prnfrie land All under cultivation fair building".' the best buy ever offered In Linn county. $1800 tutal price. Why rent? IRVINB U ITOOn,' Phone 1100 . v... . a30tf 100 ronPS woon WANTI-fn, OLD or 2nd growth nn KiuinuL-Ari-dretm Hox 2241, o-o 1 Democrat-Herald. inl-So FOR .RENT i6 1017 IE. 1st HI. In- quire 522 JR. Qth 'St., Albany. i ' m22-2D 5 livestock, Poultry, Eggs HOLLYWOOD h3,; sale, J7 per 100 Slay-22 & 25. Phone 5-K-3. Oakwnod Poultry, Karm Tangent, Ore. ' ' ' - ' 1U21-23 FOR 'sAI F ABOfT 60l MAM-run Vrtl-V moth Bronze Turkey poults to hatch June 8 and 20. Wesley lioehner, Phone ni21-23 PRCOU JEHSEY COW EOlt SALE, r ni-on 6 yn ,,, j50 u Jl; A,. hers, Shedd m2i-22' jersey-;: ST KRKS1I. POIJ v with Erh. nigs. Phone 4 F-l. L W 1U21-22" I ARRF TEA1"',!r' PEHCI1EHON lnrv colt, $75; young Jersey cow to freshen soon, $50: young white boar, $15. Cecil Kerr, Scio. Ore. m21-23-S UflOO FOlt SALE S ItKO HOC.S, nUUO j nio ()M T p Eyre, Fern Itidge, llolley, Ore. m20-22 irDorY TtCLL S MO., JEHSEY JLnoL,1 enw for sale. W. U Strunk, Albany, ltt. Sanderson Bridge. 1 ml. So. m20-22 CASH PK 1-n ANI1 WoliTH-UnOi I i(,HH horses and cows. Day-old calves. Ph. H-F-H Albany, Cecil Montgomery. ' 1 ml4-tf DFAD ANP w()ll',HLESS HOUSES -'and cows picked up free of, charge anywhere. ' Phone collect 14-F-H, Albany. If' no answer, ll-F-4, Corvallls. inH-tf WANTED F,m c-A-ot'" and wortlilesH horsfis and cowh Dead animaln picked up free tif (harge unywhern. 'ule & Montgomery, Phone. collect :i3-F-I2. Oorvallis. ' ' mlt'f 6 For S?le -Used Cars '30 CIIEVHOLET COUPE FOlt sale. Orant Willamstui, Ht. 4. Albany. ln2l-22' BUSINESS CYCOLE I - I Oronan-' ' ll JMJW M JJ j Vipfl ' PT $18.00: gray I $20.00 ton. WOOl, Wool, per pound :'. Mohair, per bound MKATM (I. Nebergult M I'A'I T1.K Steers . .' . . . Heifers Bulls Cows, beef 80e , . ..0c . , .15.50 f 7.00 . . . 4.fitMf6.r.O ... 3.50f5.00 . 3.00 ff 5.00 . . . 1.503.00 ...$7.257.75. . . . 7.7.V(i S.75 . .. 7.2r.s.2r . . . 7.2:. fi 7.r. . . . ri.sotji g,-:, ... 4.;iOiil6.0( , . .$7.50 crs.fio . . . 2.004.00 ... &.00(tl.00 7c 10c Co-ws, cutters .... .. . lim.s 140 to U10 pounds . . . 1)10 to 210 pounds . . . 210 to 2.r0 pounds . . . 'J fin to 350 pounds , , . .150 pounds ui , . Sows . , . Iiambs Kwes Yearlings VKAI, Uve liressed POI'l-THY (Nvlft 4b Company No. 1 hens, 4) to tl lbs ...... No. 1 hens, over 6 lbs .17c .nine 14c .17c .15c ..7c .10c No. 1 tnedlum hens, over 3A lbs. No. 1 medium hens, under :ij lbs. oioreu Hpriuga . . . No. 1 brullers, l to 2 lbs, Roosters '.....' Slags- KC.tJM All Prices Are Delltrrcri Allinuy t'nses Itetiirnrd Extras standards . .' . ,. Extra medium ....... Standard medium . , . Browns extras liiny 'extras Cndergrades . . . ... . . Pullets Pen wees Wve Dressed lll'TTKIIFAT A grade R grade. Lambs ,$8.7f Portland, Ore., May 22. Extreme strength was shown In the butter iinu kci looay, amiouKU no jirice changes1 were recorded. Asparagus Hold $2.50 pyramid for best local and Columbia river, while limit ed offerings from the inland empire wero nominally priced 7-Kill). By HAROLP GRAY Thompson arid Cpjl BY BLOSSER BY HAMLIN OATS: White. No. 1, No. 1, J23.00; gray feed WOOL WANTED - ,WBhl market value. M. Senders & Co. ' 1 m7-30 PAQPARA BAIIK WANTKD-WE unojtnn ure ln lhm m(irk,lt foP 'an uuliinlted quantity of dry ' or green Ouea rn Ru rk. Will pay highest cash prices. Albany Bargain House, 2nd and Raker, Phone 796. atB-tf OLD I'NITKD STATES COINS bought at Dawson's Drug Store. marttf 24 Personal TDMAPH I'LCElt, OAS PAINS. Oivmnvil imiKI,stnn victims, why suffer? For quick relief get n free sample of Udga. a doctor's prescription at Fred Dawson's Iirug Store. iu5-J5 16 Miscellaneous Classified pAOLJ PAID Ton EKED FL'ltNI- tittle." chaw. Itohrhough & Son, 415 W. FlrBt St. . Jl-tf cucrrp siiHAni.Nij. call robin ontl-rTruax. l,honei0-F-4 or call at 1315 E. 2nd. mS-Jl pAOL) PAID KOH' OLD OOLD. OnOll d,,,,!,!! crowns, bi lilges, nillugs, old Jewelry, walch cases, tc. F. M. French & Son, Jewelers. ' daotf PAINTING' PAPKKINO. decorating that's different. Phi ' Wilbur Dawson. & tie 42 or G13-1. tMalre Snyder. ' miio-tr TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS Prices quoted below re those prevailing at 11 o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and are subject to chanue at any hour thereafter. I, OCA I (ill A IN SI. Senile &r Co, Wheat: No. 1 white, 77c; red mixed 75c. bushel. -i. 1 BARLEY: Hansen, $21.00 ton. " By c,(. T'ul JUST A i Hmm - S ABOUT f TIME HE HAD A LESSOJ. yV rT V I - ( WANTED RLIEUI'Y 'WOMAN rrviii iL or nian drawing: pension to o 50 -"50 "on maintaining home. AddreMH V. S. o-o Democrat-ih-rald. m22-25 SANITARY Stat TOILETS natallcd free. You furnish lumber. Call U. S. Km-ployment office, Albany. ni22-2G FDR "sAI F WHITE LKUHOHX ryn all bnby thicks., peiiv- ' ery Thurs., following Mon. & June 8. $7.5a per 100. Pacific Hatchery. Tungcnt, Ore. m22 1 For Sale Real Estate 47 1A APRF FARM FOlt SALE 7'' z nl-"u- on Santinm Hwy.. .1 miles out: new 5 room lio.use, new ehtrkeil house all '.other out-buildipgs . ;fulr;'. on main power line. Crops nil In. A BAHOAIN. See ownir, Wm. McKin'ley, r.t. 1, Albany. Or u28-n)22 Automobiles Wanted PACU FOlt TOlIlt CAIt Oil wOV.IJ equity; Warden's Car Jlnr-ket. iiebnnon, Phone m5-J5 Hay, Grain, Feed qf)AM liltASS SEED KOK SALE, J(,hjl iurthU.,, i(t. i, A. linny, 4 ml. out on lebanon Hwy. ' m20-22' qpAM SEED FOll SALE. TEST 93ij Bernilnallon, 3c lb. E. (5. (Viok, HaiTtshurg, JJhone 22 Wood and Coal ALL KINDS Stewart, 1132 W. 12th. m7-l7-S' GOOD WOOD I'ltlCEl) HHIHT Pcllvered In any length. Lester Chilcote. ltlOi; Santinm' ltd. Phone 734-K. J20-tf WEN - I'VE SENT A OF THE TUUMEL- HAVE TO DO, NOW, SIT TIGHT.'.' FRIENDS AS IF WE'LL PI an- TiftuT'i I WHAT'S THEV HEAPS Cattle: 50. Calves u0 Including 3G direct. Around steady. Common grass steers down to $5.75. tiooii longfed steers o, tint n hie' to $8 or above. Few common heifers $5.50-7. Few bulls $4.75-5.75. Oood vealers $8. Sheep: 150 Including 103 direct. Steady. Few medium 77 lb spring lambs $11. tlood (ruckins quotable to $10. Few good shorn ewes $3.50. iiiiiii ( h: ii n;i: lit1 ftll(iviliK prU'eH Wi'ru niiillfil to I rft-rtivi- Mnndiiy: IN THE COUNTY COURT OF LINN COUNTY, OREGON III Hie Matter of the Estate) of ) Flora A. Muson, deceased.) In Probata Notice is hereby given Unit on the 8th day of May, 1036, the un dersigned was appointed executor of the last will, Testament and Estate of the above named do ceased, and has qualified. All persons huviiig claims against the es tate of said deceased are hereby notified to present the same, veri fied according to law, to the un dersigned at the office of Foshay & Mason, Albany, uregon, wunin six months from the date of this notice. First published May 8, 1936. HOCKEY K. MASUIN Executor. May8-lS-22-2B June 5 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR LINN COUNTY. NELLIE HART HARRIS, ) Plaintiff,) vs. ) R. F. PRATT, as Adminlstra-) lor of the Estate of Murguret) Hart' Miller, Deceased, and) GEORGE E. MILLER, ' ) Defendants.) SUMMONS TO: H. F. PRATT, as Administrator of the Estate of Murgaret Hart Miller, Deceased, u n d GEORGE E. MILLER, defendants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON. You are hereby re quired to appeal' and answer the Comuluint filed unainst you in the above entitled suit within four weeks from the date of the first publication of this Summons, and you are hereby noimea mat u you fail to so appear and answer within the said period of time, default will be entered aguinst you tor want of answer, and that the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in her Complaint herein, as follows, to wit: 1. Thut she be decreed to be the owner of the fee simple title of the real premises described 'as follows: Beginning at the Northeast cor ner of the JJ. L. C of Jas. M. Coon and wife, claim 49, in Township 13, Range 4 West of the Willamette Meridian, thence South 58.60 chains, thence West 41.46 chains, thence ' North S8.60 chains, thence East 41.46 chains to the place of beginning. containing 242.90 acres, in Linn County, Oregon, and all thereof, subject only to the rights of the Administrator herein, the just and valid claims against the estate of Margaret Hart Miller, and the expenses of administration, and upon the closing of said estate the administrator be directed to release suld prop. erty and all thereof unto the plaintiff. 2. That the administrator and all other persons be Immediately restrained from selling, disposing of or otherwise incumbering the property m question, except sub. ject to the rights of the plaintiff, during the penqency of this suit. 3. For such other and further relief as to the Court shall seem equitable. This Summons is published by Order of the Honorable L. G. Le-welling, Judge of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Linn County, in the Albany Democrat-Herald once each week for four successive weeks, and the date of the first publication is the 1st day of May, 1936. IMMEL & EVANS Attorneys for Plaintiff. First National Bank Bldg. Eugene, Oregon. Mav 1 fl IB 22 29 unU, iHir, prime firms, 26c; tints, Cheesft Oregon triplets. 15p: Ore- Knn loaf. 10. Brokers will pay jo ieiow ntiottitions. ' v EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Executor of the Estate of Henry A. Vojlstedt, deceased, has filed its final account as such executor In the office of the County Clerk of Linn County, Oregon, and the Court has set Monday, June 1, 1936, at ten o'clock A. M. as the time and the . County Court room of said County as the place for the hearins of objections of said final account, if any there be, and for the final : settlement of said estate. Any and all persons having objections to said final account are " hereby notified to breseni he same at said time and place. Dated and first published this 1st day of May, 1936. THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK OP ALBANY, OREGON " Executor. VICTOR OLLIVER, ' Albany, Oregon, Attorney for Executor. 1 ' May 1 8 15 22 29 NOTICE OF SALE OF ' ' SCHOOL BONDS School District No. 3 Linn County, Oregon. Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of Directors of School District No. 5, of Linn County, Oregon, will receive sealed bids until seven o'clock P. M. on the 2nd day of June, 1936, at the High School Building in the City of Albany, Oregon, for the General Obligation Honas or said school District m the sum of Thirty Thousand' and no100 ($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 nn addition to the ' New Madison School Building and to equip and lurnisn eacn of said buildings with school equipment and school furnishings. Said bonds are .to be dated June l, l3B, to be in denominations of $1,000.00 each, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed six per cent per annum.' pay able semi-unnuaUy, principal and Interest payable at the office of the County Treasurer of Lirih .County, Oregon, and will mature, as allows: Numbers Maturity Date Amount 1 and 2 June 1, .1938, $2000.00 ' 3 and 4 June 1, 1939, 5 and 6 June 1, 1940, 7 and 8 June 1, 1941, 9 and 10 June 1, 1942, 11 and 12 June 1, 1943, 13 and 14 June 1, 1044, 15 and 16 June 1, 1945, 17 and 18 June 1. 1946. $2000.00 $2000.00 $2000.00 $2000.00 $2000:00 ' $2000.00 $2000.00 $2000.00 19 and 20 June 1, 1947, ' $2000.01 21 and 22 June 1, 1948, $2000.01 23 nd 24 Juno 1, 1949, 25 and 26 June 1, 1950, 27 and 28 June 1, 1951, 29 and 30 June 1, 1952, $2000.00 $2000.00 $2000.00 $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 accompanied by the certified check-of each bidder in a sum hot less than 2'4 percent of the amount of such bid. '' - ' The legal opinion of Messrs, Teal, Winfree, McCulloch, -Shuler and Kelly, attorneys at Law, Portland, Oregon, as to the legality Of such bond issue will be furnished (he successful bidder. The Board of Directors of said School District No. 5 hereby reserves Uie right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Directors of School District No. 5, Linn County, Oregon. . Dated and first published this 14th day of Moy, 1936. D. H. BRENNEMAN, Clerk, School District flo. 5, Linn County, Oregon. Address: Albany, Oregon. Mnv 14-21-2B 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 saw their ad. in the Democrat-Herald. ATTORNEYS MARKS & McMAHAN . Attorneys at Law 1st Nat'l Bank Bldgj Phone 299 AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gusco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery Sts., Phone 371. ' CAKPET CLEANING THE SHADE SHOP - ' 409 West First St. Phone 78 FILM SERVICE HURLEY'S DRUG STORE FOR Overnight Film Service FUNERAL DIRECTORS FORTMILLER FUNERAL HOME. Day or Night Phone: 447-R INSURANCE OWEN BEAM AGENCY Opposite P. O. Established 1911 WM. BAIN, INSURANCE, Money to Loan. Farm Security PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS IN the market for eggs, poultry, veal, and cream. WASHING MACHINES OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWE. Maytag, Easy, Thor, W ashen IN OYSTER'S POWER . MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse 5HOULP BE POKIKJ6 THEIR OUT ANJV MIMUTE, NOW - f -V TRQOPS TO THE II TROOPS TO THE crH f AMU tftw llll kkkwn iivj mhkuii vviul. frcmjr AMPTHEWTME FUN BEGINS TIME I HAVE BE DEAP-OR AKAOM6 THEJ WELL, LEW COLUMM OF OTHER EWP ALL WE IS 7 COLUMN OF ' 1 i i& - 7r vour rffam mv : 1 ,: vssm uW;n ' kSIH - . - I ma ' T 1 ll U CAW DO NOTHIN? j FjRECKLES AND HIS THERE YbU ARENAS' JT F WELL, PERHAPS I l RIGHT OFF THE BAT K WAS MISTAKE ABOUT . J 'l" ly mi i FrToD TUE nort.TAG. RUW A ' CAM WE KEEP HIM, POP? PUT HIM OUTSIDE ) A GB.B, LOOK AT HIS PAWS.... ( AMD WE'LL TALK . , ','theY'PE ALL SWOLLEM j (ABOUT IT LATER? L 1 FROM WALKIMG 'SO j t?-l v-t par ' , r-' ( fOX GETS CAUGHT IN OWN TRAFJ VES? 7 TJJAT.S tag,i:m afraid we cawt kee-p the DOG... I HAVE ALL I CAW .DO TD MAKE.1 ENDS MEET... HE'S A LARGE DOG, AND HE EATS TOO MUCH : ALL RJGHT, WO, KIOT EXACTLY, BUT TH' RESULT IS ABOUT TH' SAME -Y SEE . THAT LONG- OUT-7 NOSED IDOT IS LSI 1 1 ( AW", f GEE, POP GET ME ALOT POP.' OUT TO THE ICEEtOX I MEAM WHILE BACK AT THE ENEMVS, SECE.ET CAMP DIFFERENT LET'S GO! SO NOW YOU GO HUNTING Al OMF.FU? VAA-IAT' THE MATTER WITH s " Vi TAllUr- kP ? AVA. B.I IT ) i m not l gee i ooola SUCH A BAD'SMO PLACE HUUTEC... FOR VOU- YOLTRE JUS A LITTLE GIRL - riSSSa WE KA&&T, IHWgi"; THIS f&Li ;-'T saved 1uT .VMtJ ll ICf III '2gV fTORl WHAT'S 7 fDS HAS 1 ALL J? m THE y J COMl rjrA A LITTLE y CHOP!! rtrZA ALLEY OOP WELL, IT LOOKS HAFTA GO ALONE, ml 1 jIV TH'M7TEC - HUMTIKJ& WITH F0O7Y-DID VOU TWO HAVE DINNY..., A FALLIM& NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, by an order of the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Linn, duly made and entered on the 27th day of April, 1938, was appointed Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Last Will and Testament and Estate of HANNAH R. TILLOTSON, Deceased, and that he has duly qualified as such Administrator. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to pcrsent the same, duly verified, as required by law, to him at the law offices of Edward E. Sox in the First National Bank Building, in the City of Albany, in Linn County, Oregon, within six months of the date of this notice. Dated and first published this 1st day of May, 1936. JOHN A. HELTZEL, as Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Last Will and Testament and Estate of HANNAH R. TILLOTSON, Deceased. Date of First Publication: May 1, 1936. Date of Last Publication: May 29. ' 1 mm y i gonna be guts (well, come on -what ace vou waiting ; FOR? I'M KREADV t. m iito. u. . rT. oirr ffeii. V ( 1131 BY NtA SCHVICE. INC. :tir J

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