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May 23, 1936

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · Page 7

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SATURDAY; MAY 23, 1936 THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY. OREGON PAGF SFVFN OFFERS WHICH APPEAL TO THOSE WHO REGARD THRIFT WITH FAVOR. WRECKING LZ: ALL KINDS "S, T" NEW TODAY standard medium ......13c Browns extras 19c Dirty extras 6o CTApl icy i r iPM ic nt : fl'iini- O I Jji ture acre located on Brush Creek, all bottom land, crop all In. -very goml .buildings, a very fine little place, 2 horses, 2 cfws. all equipment needed, all furniture needed. Total price only 3750 move right In. IUVINK L. HOOD, Phone 300 aSOtf TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS f'rlori quoted Mow are those prevailing nt 11 o'clock a. m. on day of publication, and are subject to change at any hour thereafter. Personal STOMACH !;r! why suffer? Kov quick relief get a free sample of I'dga, a doctor's proscription at Fred Dawson's Drug Store. ni5-j& 6 Miscellaneous Classified SANITARY wrsmK toikkts onni i nn I maiv, installed free. You furnish Jumher. Call V. S. Km-022-25 ploymeut nfflee, Albany. WANTED ELDKK1A WOMAN 1 ' or man drawing pen- siou lo go 50-50 on maintaining home. Aildress V. S. o-o It'imH,rat-Ilerald. ma2-25 cash : TOR I'SED Fl'RNI- "Look In your nttle." t'hns. RosirlioiiKh & Son. 415 W. Klrst St. Jl-tf OUprp SHEARING, CALL OIILLI TnillXi .,one 21I-E-4 ROBIN or fall 1118-Jl at 1315 E. 2nd. (AOU PAID FOR OLD OOLD, UnOII j,,,,,,,! erowns. hrldRes. fllllnirs, old Jewelry, wati-h enses, ete. K. M. Frelieh A Son, Jewelers. " dSOtf PAINTING- ,wi' Al'ERINO, deeoriitlntc Hint's different. Phone 42 or 513-L. Wllliitr Puwson & t'lulre Snvder. m30-tf (Jri D THE NEEDY. 1'IIU SALVA- ' lion Army needs fruits, veKettlhles, olnthihK, eto., to help needy people in emerireney eases. Money too. If yon want to eolltrih-nte. We have no telephone but hrinsT ill what you have to donate or tlrop us a eard and we'll call for It. I'apt. Bert Bailey, 104 West 3rd St.. Allmny. CAMPUS FAVORS BROTHERS Norwalk, O. U.R Wlicn it comes to looks, the Shadlcs have it at Mount Union College in Alliance. Harry Shadle of Norwalk was chosen most handsome man on the campus for the second straight year. His predecessor was his brother, Austin, who held the title three years in succession. D.-H. Want Ads Bring Results By HAROLD GRAY 24 Stewart. 1152 V. 12th. 1fi" Mil I wtOI' tiltKKN 3.50 I U iVIILL p(,r t.OPI. wrl ,,ry it fine fur cook stoves, sawdust & shavings. Albany Fuel Co., ' 316 Calapoofa St., Phone 52 . m20tf 5 Livestock, Poultry, Eggs FOR SALE" -25 NAItltANGAN-sett INnilts, over liatfh. Call J. 1.. Mi'ParlMHl, Tan-Kent. 1'lione 004-U-4. 11122-25 HOLLYWOOD JSJ;; mile, (7 per 100 May 22 25. Phone 5-K-3. Oakwood Poultry, Karm TaiiKent, Ore. in21-23 PAD QAI p A110i:T 600 run OMLC. mth nronxe MAM- Turkey poults to hatch June. S mid 20. Wesley l.oehner, I'hone 14-F-4. 11121-23 LnnUC. lM), ynunB jersey , cow to freshen soon, $50! youiiK white hour, $15. t'enll Kerr, Sclo, Ore. H121-2S-S' CASH Z I'OR Ol.ll A.N'l) WORTH- ss horses and cows. Day- old calves. I'll. 14-K-14 Albany, t'ecll MotitKouiery. nil4-tf DFAD A'N'D WOUTHI.KSS HORSES V-rU luuj ,.OWH picked up free of chartre auyivhere. Phone collect 14-F-i4. Aibuny. If no answer, PI:one ll-F-4. forvallls. iuH-tf WANTFD KOK t-'ASH OLD n An 1 " u and worthless horsea and cows Dead animals picked up free of charire anywhere. Pale & MoutKoniery. Phone collect 33-F-12. I'orvnllls. mltf 7 For Sale, Miscellaneous RflCTOM nm.L PUPPIES FOR UyO I Uli rt,,r R M1 1137 W. 9th St. 1H22-23 PI APT OltDERS ,-'lv',- extra fine lnrg;e carnations, all colors, $1 doz. for Memorial Day. Hall's Floral Shop. " 11121-23 DA ATQ SEVERAL ROATS 12 TO uun i o ,5 r( ABO radios. 417 l.yon St., Albany, Ore. m21-23" ACTION for sale at ) pricu. Also brick, lath, fan d'llver. 3rd & Montgomery. 9-WHFFI TRAILER IDf t. 1111L.1.U Wlh ,ulvks Tor AI.S) inks Tor lous, lumber. Cheap for cash. J. V. Shurtrldire, 316 Culanoie St. 1'h. 52. ni20ef 21 For Rent FOR RENT-riss,: quire 522 E. 6th St., Albany. UANqp FOR RENT, fUlSE IN. I1UUOC K()ml condition. Inquire Irvln's Garafre. m21-23 Fl I QWORTH APT8 HEAT, ti-l-OYVUn I n nverHturrcO furniture. Ph. 35, 80$ Ellsworth. nO-tf WHAT wori.ii YOU I.1K1 VV I In I (mocf Try n "Swap" E TO p ad 10 Help Wanted TIIRKFY- I"10KKRS WANTED I unrvci Apply at swift & co. tn21-23 GIRL ABOUT 20 YltS. OLD. l wanted for trcneral house- k. Ref,' required. Phone 553-1. ' ' m21-23 20 Wanted, Miscellaneous A AKITpn DRY CASCARA BARK VVrtll I f-Ll M senders Co. m22-Jl Anni WANTED WE PAY iivu.i- hltthest pike. M. Senders fk Co. - 1H22-J15 WOOL WANTED WK PAY lllgllUHt market value. M. Kt'iulers & Co. m7-.10 PACpARA BAKK W A NT ED W E rtortnnnro ln tn m(irKt(t for an unlimited quantity of dry or green Cascnra Bark. Will pay highest cash prices. Albany liar-sain House. 2nd and Haker, Phone 7B6. nl5-tf OLD UNITRD STATES COINS bought at Dawson's lirug Store. marltf w WORK WAS FOOLED- "UNCLE ' NOT BUT WHV FOR 10 APRF NKAU I-EBANONl I U nnuo small improvements t SG30.00. " 160 acres Improved, price $SflO0, federal of $2700. Wants small place In exchange. Ili acres near Pullman Washington nice ifnprovements, will exchange for valley farm. C. M. Dollarhide Co: m22tf WF HAVF SEVERAL VERY FINK M L "nv I- range specials in addition -to the. ones mentioned in our regular ads. Mountain States Power Co. iu2 FOUND i vi:aui.ini! BWE cross hack. OwitiT mny have same by railing ut tin Junction of llcnry St. und the olil Ivchuuon highway. C K. (lladhart. m23-25 DCnOrj wncr, desirable locution AK"te Iti'ilrh, Ore., motlern. partly furtilshfd. AtldrcsH Jolin J. Holi-irt.s, Salem, nr. 11123 TUprC-IJHAlN OATS, 100 SACKS l( Zhiiniernian wheat for Hale. Hubert Kilimlitt, Phone 24S-J. 11123-20 FOR 9AI F SWA,lMS op run oall IlrlnB ,llvea iK HEi:s. K. !. Ooff, Alhniiy-CQrvullin Hwy. ni23-2"i' Automobiles Wanted pjou FOll vourt- TAR OK wnOII ennlty. Warden's Cnr Mnr-ket. T,ebannn, Phone 1331. mri-Jfi- 22 Wood and Coal 100 CORDS WOOD WANTED, 01.ll ' or 2nd irrowth on ifronm!. Address Mox 2241, c-o Pcmocrut-Hernld. m22-25 fifinn WOOD PKlOUll HKIMT VJUUU riellvereri til fltiv lenirtb. Lester C'liiU'ole, Phone 734-11. 1600 Santiain STIRRED TO GEE-- BUT HIS WORK SORE DOES LOOK SWELL-JUST LOOK HOW NEAT AND SHINV HE TURNS EM OUT- . ' AMOTION sa,e. bv oudku nuui iuiv Uibn . rmitlt. rmi OF rt. The untltTHiipiefl will soil t Pult-Mtc Auction life -)ertimal effinHH (jf the iatt! Kurl and Mary Hurrl-Mori, on tin farm two mtlfH north and west of Urowimville, on Thuraduy, .May 28, 193G, besinnlnK at 0:;ia a. in., the following le-grritietl property: 5 horMt-s one Horrel home, wt. 1500 His.; one has iore, wt. 1500 lbs.; two bay inarm, wt. 1300 lbs. each; one nut! file pony.-12 cows nine lictucl J'erBpy rotVH, two roan rnwa, one HolMeln cow, four . tulves. IJIk rows and heavy producers. 34 nheep twenty-three we, ten lambs, one' buck. Slachlnery one 7-ft. Deerlnu binder, 5-ft mower, hay ruke, 3 -horse .corn cultivator, two 1 -horse cultivators, 7-ft. horse disc, 7-ft, single disc drill, 4-xec-tlon harrow, one 2-section harrow, wagon, two lift pumps, trailer, fttock nadtlle and bridle, gas pump engine, scales, hay carrier and forks, vlHe, milk cans, Kconomy King separator, two wheelbarrows, two walking plows, one riding plow, milk cart, two cross-cut nuwH, buggy, carriage, grindstone, one ' set breeching harness, three sets plow harness, collars, shotgun, 22-caliber rifle, manila lariat rope, forks, shovels, chains, axes, doubletrees, forty rods woven wire, tools and other goods too numerous . to mention, liny and grain About ten tons loose hay, ten sacks wheat, twenty sacks vetch and wheat, ten sacks oats, thirty sacks barley, eighteen sacks mixed grain, and lots of empty grain sacks, bunch - served by ladles of the Ash Hwale Auxiliary. Terms cunh. Mrs. Wilnm Harrison, Administratrix; Mr. Kd Uowcrs, Administrator; Ralph Bond, Ilal-sey Ktatn Bank, Clerk; Han' B. Koth, Axictiolieer. m23-25 SOMEONE EUJE PKOBABI.Y wanting. And the snmo goes vice versa, in 4he "Swap" column. $1800 ACT ' QUICK 1800. 80 4 I yVKJ- acres of prairie land all under cultivation fair buildings, the best buy ever offered in Linn county. $11100 total price. Why rant? ' IRVIJK U HOOD, Phono 300 ' '" ..,. . . . a3otf Little Orphan Anne And Other Comics JACK MAV DOG GONE IT- I HOPE "UNCLE" JACK J5 RlCHT-BUT IF I DIDN'T KNOW BE WORRIED ANY" 11 SURE WORRIED SIT AROUND WAITIN' BUSINESS? VM GOIN' PUT AFTER, JT- I r4 -V.; 7' "'wv rxvjkJRZMWi n .MliS. .Ml'NSfcV HOlt noon beds, bath, kitchen and lobby. Men only. 225 E. 1st. St., Albany. Ore m23-28" STOCKED cows, young stock, team, hogs, poultry and full line of machinery together with 40 acres fine crops and 200 Filbert trees and fam i ly f ru i ts. Ktve room house with water system set amidst beautiful shade trees, good barns and poultry hoimes with large stock pasture with living water. $2.'00 handles with all personal and balance long time 5. Tripp Murphy Realtors, m23tf AMOTION SALK' TUESDAY. MAY nuVMVix on T()e un,rslgned will sell at Public Auction. The personal effects of the late A. 1. Kaylor nt his repair shop In Tangent on Tuesday. May 26. Beginning at 11 a. m. The following described property. This ' merchandise Is the highest grade and In A-l condition. Mr. Kaylor had been n'mechanic in this location for the past 25 years. Lot of smajl tools, wrenches, files, chisels, renmers, valve lifters, scrapers, wheel pullers, pliers, nippers, tire tools, micrometers, gear pullers, go-getters, socket wrenches, clamps, hammers, emery wheels, wood tools, carbon scrappers, Zerk guns, - oil guns, electric drill press, vine, pi lie vise, motor driven emery wheel, blacksmith outfit, blow torches, hand Jacks, chain hoist and rack, 2 small gas engines, boring bar set, oil pumps, oil drums, Cylinder gauge, set easy out, cylinder hone. Holder boarlng bar, crank pin tool, set small screw plate, crank shafts and lot of used and new auto parts, 1 Ford truck, 1922, 1 Dndge touring, 1123, Kssex coupe, 1928, 1 Ford motor new and lots of merchandise not listed. See Inventory nt Eastburn and Koth auction market. Terms cash. Lunch served at noon. Mrs. A. 1. Say lor, Administratrix. Roy V. Kastburn, Clerk. Dan U. Hoth, Auctioneer. m23 RECONDITIONED 192n,0bLfr; ronpe, with lienter, for sale. Terms ensh. fall ut Ellsworth Apt. 20 he : tween 4 & ii p. m. - ni23 FOR QAI P I5XTHA N1CU I'lOS, 1111 OrtLL ,s ea.h. Muu.le UrlKBB, Phone 27-P-22. in23? HUH- THOT GUV CAN'T LAST "UNCLE" JACK'S RIGHT- FOLKS WON'T FALL FOR CHEAP STUFF FRIENDS SURE. '. HE'S A ." a . ) HE IS. HE IS. HECK HES V FUZZV.... OF A XU JUST MUTT! rvS DOWT ' MOWGRELj KNOW POP class- said! ( WHEW MXJ see rr.'.' OOOLA -I DlDNT INVITE ME "VOU ON THIS JAUNT- iOU) SO. IF AKTiTHINCj SEE t GENERAL A LARGE UBANIANS 15 THE TUNNEL ENTRANCE SOMETHING HA5 Unnergrndes 13o Pullets . .120 ,.10o Pee ween Uvc ... 1 ireNscd ..oo . . I J 0 . . 900 ..25c in n rrn-'AT A frrade II irrmle Utiulis .75 I'llllTl.AMl MARKET Portlnnd, Ore., Mny ' 2.1. Market for butter continues to reflect liberal degree of strength with production not keeping puce with normal ln-creuHe and demnnd much greater. Kgg market reflects a firm tores Ki nerully at the weekend but at unchanged prices. Receipts are decreasing in spots. Cold storage demand is still good, chiefly for henneries. Strawberry prices reached a now high point for the day with the Crtl-Ifornla deal over Insofar as quality Is 'concerned and the local product still below normal showing- ' Further upward swing of prices bus been forced for asparagus with a decided scarcity or offerings here. Supply during the Inst, couple of days has been less than actual needs. I'im'I'l.AM, LIVESTOCK Portland, Ore., May 23. Hogs: Total Tor week 3.CS0. - ' Compared week ago, mnrknt mostly 25c lower after recovering part of early 60e loss; good to choice 170-210 lb. drive-ins at low time $9.26, few curly and most late sales $0.60, load lots early $0.60 to $0.75, none offered lute; bulk 226-325 lbs. $9-9, few to $9.25. 1 15-10O lbs. $8.76-9.36. Packing sows $0.76-7.50, most sales $7. Feeder pigs $0-0.50, one choice lot $9.76. Cattle: For week 2.610; calves 390. Compared one week age, murknt steady, general undertone bettor than week ago; veulers fully 60c Viwcr; bulk fed Btcers $7-7.26. Practical tup $S load experimentally fud steers of special beef merit $8.20. Plainer fed steers unit grassers $7 down to $0 and below; fed heifers $0.50-7,. common down to $6.60. Ijw cutter and cutter cows $3-4.60, common to medium grades $4.76-6.50, goud I f cows $C-$8.25. Hulls $5-9, beef bulls to $0.25, cutters down to $4.50; gooil to choico veulers $7.60- 8.50, common down to $4.50, common to medium slnughter calvn $3.76-6, Sheep: Total for week -4,975. Compared one week ngo market steady hut demand less urgent; load lot" NorlTi Central Oregon lambs $10.15, truck lots good around OS to 85 lb. lutubs $9.76-$l0, -common to medium $8-9.25; shorn old crop lambs nmi yearlings $0-8, very few above $7; good shorn ewes $3.50,-4, common to medium $!.60:i,- good wnolid ewes $5-5.60. ... t pitom k KxriiAxiK The following prices were1 named to be effective Monday: 1 Itutter Cube extras, 27c: standards, 20c; prime firsts, Stic; firsts, 26 Jo. Cheese Oregon triplets, 15c; Oregon loaf, $10: Hrokern ' will pay jo below MUOtnllons. Kggs Produce exchange quotations between dealers: . Hxtra large, . 19c; standards, large, 18c;' extrus, medium, 18c; standards, mudlum, Ho Jobbing prices 2c higher. POIITI.AM) WIIOI.KNAI.K PRICE! These Itro the price retailers pay wholesalers, except where otherwise slated: flutter Prints, A grade. 29c lb tn parchment wrapper, 30c ih In cartons; B grnde, parchment wrapper, 28c lb enrtuns, 29c lb. : . ' Uuttcrfut -(Portland delivery) A grade, delivered at least twice a week, 28c lb; country routes, 26c lb; U grade, 27u lb; C grade at market. at mnrket. It grade cream for mnrket-huylna; price, biltlorfnt basis, 63jc lb. Cheese Selling price lo Portland retailers; Tillamook triplets, 20s Ibl loaf, 21c lb. Tillamook soiling price to wholesalers: triplets, 18c lb; loaf, 19c lb. Kggs Iluylng price of wholesalers: Kxtrus, lite doz; slnndnrds, 17c doz; extra mediums, Ific doz; do medium firsts, 15c dux; under grade, 15c doz; pullets, 15c doz. - -- Milk A grade. Portland delivery, 5Kc per loo lbs. JJutterful Basis for 4 per cent. I,lve poultry Portland delivery, buying price: colored hens, 'over 4& lbs 19- 20c lb; under ii lbs, 1 8-1 9 lb; Leghorn hens, over ;u lbs. 16-17o; under !4 lbs 16-ldc lb; Leghorn broilers, 1 to 1 lbs. 17-18c lb; do 1"' lbs up. 17-18C lb; colored springs, 2 lbs and up, 20-21c lb; roosters, 8-90 lb; Pekln ducks, young, 14-17e lb; geese, 1 1-1 2c lb. 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 Bldg. Phone 299 AUTO FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR Freight Daily service to and from all points. Gasco Briquettes and coal dealer. 1st & Montgomery St., Phone 371. CARPET CLEANING. THE SHADE SHOP 409 Wert 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 111 WM. BAIN, INSURANCE, Money to Loan, Farm Security PRODUCE SWIFT AND CO. ALWAYS IN the market for eggs, poultry, real. WASHING MACHINES I. oca i. ;lt.ix M. ftenitern A i'o. Wlienl: Nn. 1 while, 77c; red mid tnlxifil 7.ri. liushel. HAHl,i:Y: IlKiiH. n, 131.00 inn. HATS: Whltn, N(i. 1, 18.00; grny No. I, J23.00: it rn y feed $20.00 tun. WOttl, , ! Woiil, per ponnd .-. !10e Mutlitlr, per pound 40c UK ATM (II. K. Nebericnll Meat Co. ( A ITI.K Steera . ..t5.S0t7.00 . . 4.totr6.eo . . 3.504T5.00 . . 3.00110.00 .. I SO?) 3.00 ..I7.257.7S .. 7.7611.8.76' .. 7.2r.8.2S .. 7.20 7.50 .. 6 b0 6 6.2! .. l.uOtlO.OO . .7.fi0i 8.60 . . 2.00 4.00 ,. S.OOtjO.OO Helrem Bulls t'fiwH, beef Cowa. cutters IKKiS HO to 1C0 poundx 100 til 10 IHlUIUlH 210 lo ar.o pounilH , . . . 2r,o to 3.ri0 iiotimlH .... 350 poumts ni Sows , . NIIKKI l,amlis . . . Kwen YeurlliiKH l.lvo .... . llresHed .. . 10i I'll! 1. lit V (Hwln A 4'niiniiy N'o. 1 hena, 4 to 6 lbs 17c No, 1 hciiH, over 0 Hih. , 17c No. 1 medium lieliM, over .1$ Hih. 14c No. 1 medium ltcti", unCcr ,1A Ilia. 14c Colored HlirlllKV I7i No. 1 hroilers, i to 2 IIih lCc ItoimterM , ir Htnitn 10c I'.litis All Prices Are llellvered Albnny t.'nsrs IteturniNl KxtrtiH , 10c StullriimlH 17c Kxtrn medium 10c NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OK OREGON, FOR THE COUNTY OF LINN. No. 17456 UNIVERSAL BOND & ) MORTGAGE CORPORATION) a corporation, ) v Plaintiff.) vs. ) J. R. CARTWRIGHT, a wid-) ower VIVIAN CARTWRIGHT,) and HAZEL CARTWRIGHT,) his wife; MARGARET A. ) THOMAS, Executrix of the es-) tate of J. B. ASHENFELTER, ) deccused; STATE INDUS- ) TRIAL ACCIDENT COM- ) MISSION OF OREGON, ) Defendants.) By virtue of an execution, judgment order, decree and order of sale issued out of the above en titled Court in the above entitled cause, to me directed and dated the 24th day of April, 1936. upon a judgment rendered and entered in said Court and cause on the 20th day of April, 1936, in favor oi the above named plaintiff. Uni versal Bond & Mortgage Corporation, a corporation, and against the above named defendant. J. R. Cartwright, for the sum of $5,- 172.34 and accrued interest in the sum of $1,552,96, together with interest on said $5,172.34 at the rate of Ten (10) per cent per annum from the 20th day of October 1U33, until paid; and the further sum of $15.00 together with interest thereon at the rate of Ten (10) per cent per annum from the 16th day of November, 1935; and the further sum of $376.25 with interest thereon at tho rate of 6 per annum from 20th day of April, 1836; and for the fur ther sum of $14.25 costs and disbursements and the costs of and upon this wtit commanding me to make sale of the following real property situated in the County of L.inn, btate oi Oregon, to-wit: Lot Numbered Twelve (12), in Block Numbered Six (6), in ' the city of Harrisburg, Linn ( County, State of Oregon, ac-( cording to the official plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the County Clerk of said county and state, saving and excepting therefrom that part of said Lot 12 described as follows: The first Btory of that certain building located on tho portion of said lot described as follows, commencing at the northeast corner of said Lot 12, Block 0, in the City of Harrisburg, Linn County, State of Oregon, and running thence West on the North line of said lot Thirty (30) feet and Three (3) inches to the center of the stairway in a brick building now situated on said land, thence south parallel with the East line of said lot Sixty-five (65) feet Three (3) inches, thence East parallel with the North line of said Lot Thirty (30) feet three inches to the East line of said lot; thence North to the place of beginning; together with the perpetual easement in and to the West half of the West wall of said building. Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution, judgment order, decree and order of sale, and in compliance with the commands of said writ, I will, on Friday, the 29th day of May, 1936, at one o'clock P. M. at the front door of the County Court House in Al bany, Linn County, Oregon, sell at public auction (subject to redemption) to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest which the above named defendants and each and all of them in the above entitled suit had on the 15th day of October, 1929, the date ot the mortgage herein foreclosed, or since that date had or now have ln and to the above described property or any part thereof, to satisfy said GOOD NEWS FOR MYRA ! MYRA NORTH, Special Nurse HAVE OOURAGE.MISS I NORTH I AM SERGEANT COWARD THE5E - ARMV OP II I Itji APPROACHING H - III I (Knl GONE fT FOOL! GIVE WRONG ' I j THE ORDER. WHILE, ARMBA-SENT BV 00LOMEL LANE TO THIS IS GETTING " MONOTONOUS. - FALLING IMTO HYSTER'S HANDS -WILL. HE NEVER GET THE PUNISHMENT WE OUT5IDE TROOPS ARE BUT RABBLE.' DISCIPLINE -MO LEADEC DANGER III - -.ill,, m -1 -4 ... j- i ;' t J j i V vr rn I .-N 1 6 F ULT77 PRISON TErjT, THE ENEMV CAMP 15. IM CONFUSIOWl "UNCLE' JACK'S BETTER, rD BE BUT, SIR-HALF OF OUR TROOPS ALRE4py ACE INJ THE TUNNEL WE ARE GREATLV i OUT- WUMBEEFD AFTER BIG GAME By THE WAY, -' 1 OH MOST WHAT ARE WE EDIBLE : v ' NO iiilS r.'.;vjrr's By Thompson and Coll COLONEL LANE JACKf HE'S ALIVE? :". , . BY BLOSSER HOW COULD BY HAMLIN , -J , I i M fir :si II I - TPS ii i SAVE -ru' piimb. A tj t ,l"r,.Nt ttme W THE DISBELIEVER TW . ' POP SAYS HE z-'l "rOU CAWT MAKE VAWULDWT BE SUR- ME SWALLOW THAT i FRECKLES AND HIS X3UR DOG VILL BE - KEPT OKI; PROBATOW ) IF HE BECOMES TOO MUCH OF A NUISAKICE, J IbU LL HAVE TO . y GET RiD OF HIM GEE, POP.... THAKIkS : A" 1? 'X - - 1 - V- : : f- WELL, THAT HEAISIT J feU'RE GOOFY..... WHATS I MEASIS THAT SO HOT.f THEV REACH y A THOR- IF POODLES LOOK AT I CLEAR DOWN ) OUGH- JCDULD TALK , HIM ... HIS "TO THE SIDE!- I BRED HE VADULDW'T LEGS ARE ) WALK , DOKIT 1 ? J EVEkl SPEAK TOO y THEYTv r-OvfL '-TO 3uys short! j -r-il rr? PRISED IF POODLES V STUFF ! WAS WORTH A COUPLE OF HUN DRED DOLLARS .' ANYTHW6 THAT H-IOW ABOUT A MICE UlrJUSAUK, tM.' J i I r J A DOS MS hi r - - ! jLLEY OOR OOLA GOES VEH-IT'S POSSIBLE, ALL RIGHT, BUT HARDLY PROBABLE PROBABLE - ) DON'T OU THINK r? n- '- 7- ; REMEMBER WOW, ' FAR BE IT FROM C TO PROPHESY -BUT, TJU K& Oct lira A I . ' s HUNTIWC? FOR, WALKS. -J T r-TT LITTLE BT TOO,- MIGHT HAVE CAUSE MAfPEMS. lOTOU, - I ' ( ' " 5KIP ) I jrtB Vl TO BE GLAD I WWI BLAMt BLAM fc execution, judgment order and decree, costs and accruing costs. Dated April 24th, 1936. First Publication, April 25th, 1936. Last Publication. May 23. 1936. HERBERT SH ELTON, Sheriff of Linn County, Oregon. April 25 May 3 8 16 VI - .Eisii .. n -v .... .... L ' -. - -:iSr8.'Jt m v S ' Nf "iiet. inc. T m. mo. u. nr. otr. J OTTO KOOS, AMES HDWE. 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