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the Kete Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Thursday, August 16, 1928 .
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H Hall Return Dr. J. O. Hall
ft'and family have returned from a
"ttjtf jto Astoria, Seaside and other
e'jast' points. Last Sunday Dr.
Jtfall preached in Astoria.
riUrk FYon Omm Mrs. Frank
"Meredith has returned to Salem
" after "three weeks spent at New-
'port.' She made her headquarters
a'at:the Damon hotel.
Forgery Charged James J. No-
leg was arrested Wednesday ar-
' terndbn by the police on a charge
"of forgery. ...
,:Qoes to Newport A. L. Lind
l'bck?wife and children will leave
Tiere Sunday for Newport where
1httteywtll remain for several days.
1 Tttey will return to Salem by way
ofrNeikowin and Hebo.
MMrs. Nona White, county Juven
i!Ue officer, has returned from
,;Otants Pass where she spent a
' week of her vacation. She was ac
' eompanled by her: daughter.
A3A1 Nye, ret ran' postman ajt the
"'state capitol. will resume, his du
,!tfes next Monday after twt weeks
spent at beach and mountain re-'feorts.-
11 Holiness Session Opens The
''first 'meeting of the tenth annual
"'esmpmeeting of the Marlon county
holiness association was opened at
t;thevQuinaby grounds last night.
T.Tbe sessions will continue through
t; this and next week, the last meet
ings to occur Sunday ..August 26.
- Utile Diseases Two cases of
0 diphtheria, one of scarlet fever,
""ad five of tuberculosis were re
"rtfertcd in Maxion county last week
'according to the sUte health de
MMfes Huston Sings Miss Jose
.''phine Huston, daughter of Thom
as' Huston, a member, was the sO--loist
at the Rotary club luncheon
'Wednesday, She has been study
ing vocal music in Chicago.
1 Golng to Canada Mr. and Mrs.
r- George Reynolds of Salem, are
"leaving for a visit to Vancouver,
BI C. and other Canadian points
"by iriotor. They will be gone for
days or two weeks.
A Auto Camp Crowded The city
'r-8to camp suffered no slump the
!attst week end as It did the. week
nefore. Registrations were close
t"tvthe 40 mark each night A week
'ago there were less than 30 for
-tbree nights in succession an ua
J sually low number for this sea
ion. VMU AAgH Man Here Fred
Schwab -was Attending to business
matters in tais city Wednesday,
a'and" while in Salem called at the
j;efOce or the countf school saner
'tiafeendent to confer upon school
matters. Schwab is a member-of
irthe'Mt. Angel school board.
Shoulder Mending Mrs. -J. T.
"Hoffhes, SC7 South High street,
who " sustained a broken left
'shoulder when she slipped from
- i-the running board of their ear
while they were on an outing the
ast week end. is. recovering nice-
ly from the injury, according to
word from the home last night.
, " .
''viregon staie iair ooaru ana wuw
ka been on the Washington board
f -for'Several years will soon return
ft Salem where he will work with
lthe' State budget commission. Mr.
w Meredith will remodel his former
b hdme on State near ICth and wOl
'eftter it as soon as the remodeling
can be completed.
1 Two Weddings Planned Two
'couples, one from Gervais and the
other from Woodburn, obtained
i Marriage licenses at the office of
--the'' Marion county clerk here yes
' trday. Sterlin McOollum, 24, took
- out a license to wed Olene Cats
' forth, 24, both being residents of
GeTVaJs. Byron E. Gibbons, 21, of
'Woodburn, took out a license to
i marry Florence M. Nehl,- 22, also
Rain Finishes Course Vejrn D.
f -Bain, superintendent of schools at
'Woodburn, yesterday returned to
Salem from Eugene, where he has
bee a- taking- summer school at the
5 University of Oregon toward a
master's degree In education. He
' finished his master's thesis and
' handed It In .this week. He will go
' backhand take his final examination-in
a few days, he announced.
4 Ordinance Overruled Circuit
JUdge' McMahan yesterday handed
down a decision here yesterday
which in, effect holds .unconstitu
tional the old building permit or-
diaance for this city. He sustain-
- d sv-demurrer.to C. J. Berger's
t i&rVer in the injunction suit
( brought against him by the city
t -to prevent his establishing a ser-
-vice station at the corner of Capi
ta toi aod Center streets. .
CJty Files Demurrer A gener
i aT demurrer was filed yesterday
it in 'behalf of the city, of Saiem in
? the injunction Suit brought
a against it by George.Putnam.Mo-
cai publisher, to prevent payment
t-'of $388.50 to W. W, Rosebraugh,
a member of the council who con-
'traMed to sell certain iron prod
'neUrto the city. The fact that he
a member of the council at
th- time that is cited as the rea
aon'for prohibiting payment. It
j. ifgarded as probable that the
whole suit will be settled on de
imarfer, since the actual facts in
; thease are agreed upon by both
. tides. . '
-y f- Blake Recovering Condition of
- T Donald Blake, 1, who was lnjur-
ed rhen a large revolver, was ac-
: cideatally discharged while he and
' ompanions. were on. a fishing trip
?. near Florence, is very- favorable.
s a according-, to hospital attendants.
Y. Blake, son of William Blake, was
X- '-'e Derated upon here Monday for
V r removal of the ballet, which lodg
'" t ed-in 'his thigh- several inches
' nbove the knee.. Hp is a graduate
(i o( the Salem high schooL ' .
iNn. MMk Retnat Mn.
r' Daa Mack, of Mack's, is back in
'T'tae' store after a. buying tear to
Seattle, here she also attended
Vmoalaat Here Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. McAlister of Vernonia were
registered at the Senator yester
Son to Fleener A. C. Fleener,
of the Fleener Electric company,
and Mrs. Fleener, 2090 North 4th
street, are the parents of a eon.
bom Wednesday , at the Salem
General hospital. ; ? TC
Estate Appraised Inventory
and appraisement was filed in pro
bate yesterday in the matter of
the estate of Fred John Van Beh-
4 ren estimating the total assets at
$4201. Appraisers are Warner
Lee, Roy Porter and Arch Green
Property Attache A writ of
attachment has been sued out by
W. J. South in his action against
the Iron Hill Orchards company.
Walter L. McDougal and Elliott
McDougal. The property attached
is the west half of the John P.
Gains donation land claim.
Property Sh Confirmed An
order confirming the sale of cer
tain real property was handed
down yesterday in circuit court in
the foreclosure suit brought by
Willamette university against
Charles A. Clark and others.
Kell Returns Secretary Kells
of Salem Y. M. C. A. returned yes
terday from a brief visit at the
Km ployed Officers' summer school
at Seabeek, Wash. This is the
largest summer session of any
summer that the school has been
conducted, be reports.
Still Seeking Positions And
till the teachers come. Several
job seekers called at the office of
the county school superintendent
yesterday in search of positions.
More teachers are registering
their credentials, also, office at
Miss Ihrig Returns Miss Laura
Ihrig, who has been visiting her
sister. Miss Mildred Ihrig of the
county health demonstration, has
returned to her home in Modesto,
Calif., stopping enroute for a
short stay at Crater Lake. Mrs.
Ihrig. who accompanied. Alias
Laura here, remained for a long
Picnic Kn joyed The
Sunday school class and the Jun
ior B. T. P. U. of the First Bap
tist church held a joint picnic at
Hager's Grove Wednesday eve
ning. The Cottage class combined
this picnic with its monthly busi
Secretary Away Miss Bessie
McCloud, office secretary at Wil
lamette university, left yesterday
Un a twl weeks' vacation trip. She
will visit Oregon beach resorts
but will spend the major part of
her time visiting relatives and
friends at Eugene.
Praperty Sold An order ' for
the sale of personal property be
longing to the estate of Josephine
King was handed down by the
Marion - county court - .yesterday.
Orlo Humphreys is guardian of
Win Relocate Here John C.
Dalk and two sons, Hubert and
Louis, who formerly made their
, ' i.i-
to take up their residence here
They are stopping temporarily
the New Salem hotel.
Civic Bodies to
Confer Today On
The Rotary club's committee
appointed last week to inquire in
to the merits of the proposed new
charter embodying the council
manager for the municipal gov
ernment and to recommend to the
club whether or not it should par
ticipate in the movement to get
this charter on the ballot in No
vember through ' .'Initiative peti
tion, will meet with Che Kiwanis
club's committee at noon today, It
was decided at yesterday's Rotary
The Rotary committee, person
nel of which has so far remained
a secret, will make a full report
at the luncheon next Wednesday,!
President William McGilchrist,
Jr.. announced yesterday.
The Kiwanis committee was
authorised Tuesday to make a fin
al decision t the meeting today,
as to whether the Kiwanis club
should sponsor the effort to get
petitions signed putting the mea
sure on the ballot. .....v-';'
MB. HOOVER Will
(Continued from page' 1)
at Dodge City. Newton. Emporia,
Hutchinson. Topeka and Kansas
Hoover will not see his run
ning mate. Senator Charles Cur
tis, at Topeka, however. The
vice-presidential nominee, after
his notification on Saturday will
leave for the; east before the ar
rival of his partner in politics.
Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas
will join the party at Topeka and
journey with the nominee into
Herbert Hoover. , son of the
nominee, will poin his father,
Mrs. Hoover and his brother. AL
Ian, - upon- their arrival in West
Branch on the morning. of August
21 and they will breisHfast at the
birthplace of the candidate.
At T o'clock that evening.
Hoover will make his second, pro
nouncement of the campaign, i ,v
There were few visitors at Jhe
Hoover home today with the ex
ception of- George Wingfield, Ne
vada, national committeeman, on
ly a few friends of long standing
were- permitted to . interrupt v nia
work. v- . ' -
f Among these was Lester Hins
dale of Sacramento . a collage
mataof .the nomine -at Stanford
From Faiheiaiffle- Fred .Man
ning, a member of the school
board at Parkersville, was a busi
ness visitor to Salem Wednesday.
Hobeosi In Town W. H. Hob
son of Stayton where he has been
prominent in civic life for more
than a half century, was a Salem
Oberer In Portland L. E. Ob
erer, local realtor, his -wife and
mother were in Portland yester-
RJjcby .Traveling George ' W.
Rigby left this morning on a. two
weeks' trip to Pendleton and oth-
er eastern Oregon towns. Mr. Rig
by formerly resided at Pendleton.
Collins Relenaed Jack Collins,
arrested Tuesday by city police on
a charge of drunkeness, was re
leased Wednesday upon his prom
ise that he would leave Salem.
Alleged Drnnk James Wilson!
was arrested by the police Wed
nesday on a charge of being
Forgery Charged Edwin Gar
rett was arrested Wednesday by
Inspector Lou Olson of the city
police, on a charge of forgery. He
will probably be arraigned in
justice court today.
Shed Repaired A permit was
issued Wednesday to Mrs.' M.
Wenderoth for altering a shed at
170 South Commercial street at
a cost of 300.
Will Leave Shortly Mlas Mil-
dred Shackelton. of the Marion
county child health demonstration
staff. -will leave this week end for
New York City, where sne Plans
to enter Columbia university.
Mrs. Kehrli Here Mrs. Her
man Kehrii (Helen Pippy) re
turned to Oswego Lake Wednes
day after spending two days in
Salem to help with some work at
the Marion county health demon
Portlander Fined Robert
Ws n 1 1 und of ' Portland was ' fined
$7.50 in Recorder Mark Ponlsen's
court for wing licence plates on
an automobile for which they were
not issued. Five dollars of the fine
was paid and the remainder sns-
Visiting In West Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Ray and two chil
dren of New York City who were
here recently to visit with his
sister, Mrs. Dena Mack, are now
visiting in Stayton. Roy is engaged
in the real estate business in the
Enroute to 'Canada Mr. and
Mrs. K. S. Winkle of San Fran
cisco, where he is with the emer
gency road service offices of the
California automobile association.
were In saiem over last nignu
They were enroute to Vancouver,
B. C. and other Canadian points.
Last night Salem's Eagles held
an interesting meeting in their
lodge rooms to hear D. D. Hall,
an attorney from Portland, chair
man in the old-age pension com
mittee for Oregon and Deputy
Grand Worthy president of the or
der, who explained, the old-age
pension movement in Oregon
which is being fostered by the
"If the people of Oregon were
at all familiar with the conditions
that exist in the.ooro farms in
this state; in common with all oth
er states, they would insist upon
the old age pension becoming a
part of our system," he said.
"Old age pensions are by no
means an experiment. As far hark
1889 Denmark adopted, this
method of caring for its indigent
old and has never gone back to
the barbaric method of the poor
farm. Then followed Germany,
France. England. Hungary and in
time every nation in the world
with the exception of the United
States, China and India.
The Eagles In 1922 began
campaign for old age pensions in
America which has resulted in the
(passage of this law in Kenutcky.
. Pennsylvania.. Wisconsin, Mary-
land. Colorado, 'Nevada, Montana
and Alaska. - '-. .
"It is n significant fact that no
country which has ever adopted
old .age pensions has ever revert
ed "to the barbaric practice for
merly employed. , s
"Thelaverage cost of maintain
ing a. person in the poor farm in
the United States is about 1400
per year while the average la Ore
gon Is well over $500. Under the
pension plan in Wisconsin the av
erage pension is $22.80 per month.
It will.be seen that the old age
pension plan is one of economy
and will reduce, rather than In
"Under the Eagles' plan there
will be no commission or board
created and the overhead of hand
ling the pension will be nominal
as the applications will all be pass
ed upon by the county court the
same as is now done in cases of
application for admission to the
Mr. Hall's address was. enthus
iastically received and the aud
ience was unanimous in indorsing
the old age pension law and prom
ised their, whole heatred support to
FORCED TO QUIT
rr-'v--v : Health'
.Entire .Jewelry stock is .now.
being .sold at - j
Sales Daily 2:80 and 7: SO p.'m.
' ' ' Free Prises Daily.: :
C A. LUTHY
- JEWELER ' -
ZSS State St.
OLD AGE PU
Instructive Talks Heard By
Gathering Wednesday At
Sky Line Orchard
The first field day of the Salem
Nat Growers cooperative at the
Sky Line orchard yesterday, was a
great success. It is proposed to
make R an annual event. -There
was a cafeteria lunch at 1 2 : 2 0 ,
with lemonade and coffee served
by the Sky Line people. Then Op-
ten house was declared for the in
spection of the orchard. First.
however, after explaining- that
the event was one for members
and friends to get hotter acquaint
ed, and for the exchage of infor
mation concerning walnnt growing
in general, Moses Adams, manager
of the orchard, called on H. R.
Crawford, of the Ladd & Bush
bank, to take charge.
Mr. Crawford accepted the hon
or with a talk concerning the
status and prospects of the wal
nut industry in this district, and
called on W. H. Bentley" of Dun
dee. who spoke on the all import
ant marketing end of the indus
S. H. Van Trump, Marlon coun
ty fruit inspector, himself a wal
nut grower gave a talk that was
informative as to walnut pests
and their control.
Dr. P. H. Jobse of Wilsonville,
leading walnut grower, told how
.he handled the nobis with success,
with nicotine sulphate (known -as
black leaf 40): a Dint to SO gal-
of water, which gives abso-
tQte control, at a cost about a
tenth of that of dusting jsith the
powdered ' nicotine sulphate
Other Talks Move "
George Dearborn of- Dundee,
talked on the proper curing and
marking of walnuts, looking to a
high quality pack. T. H. Brokke
of Sllverton gave a talk on fil
berts. President Page of the local
cooperative, of Jefferson spoke on
the nut industry
Paul Wallace was introduced as
the biggest pear grower or tnei" - " ' , , 1
district ?and gave some encourag- Wash according to word received
-11,7 here. Mrs. Rice's husband is pro-
Reorre Vick. president of the
Salem Chamber of Commerce, and
Jep Hunt, former Marion county
judge, gave constructive speeches.
Tour of Orchard
Then there was a tour of the
Sky Line orchard, containing 212
acnes of 17 year old trees, loaded
with nuts and untouched by
pest of blight. '
Originally there were 15,000
prune trees used as fillers in the
orchard. In January of last year,
5000 of them were taken out.
More may be taken out this win
ter. There were about 70 present, in
cluding growers from Sllverton,
Stayton, Jefferson, Gervais,
Brooks, Mission bottom and the
Yamhill and Polk county walnut
districts, with their wives and
.Sky Line orchard is owned by
Clarence W. Noble of Youngstown,
Ohio. -He expects to be in Salem
and at hta orchard in October.
Minor Operation Fae Inman.
335 South 19th. was given a min
or operation at the Salem General
Dr. McCormlck Moves Dr. J
D. McCormlck has moved from his
anartment at Kimball school of
Theology to 855 Center street. He
will share the large new apart
ment with Professor and Mrs. Ce
cil R. Monk for the coming
school year. Professor and Mrs.
Monk expect to arrive in Salem in
about two weeks after motoring
to Salem from Lincoln, Neb.
At Spokane, Washington, Aug
ust 7. Mary N. Manley at the age
LLof 67 years. She was the mother!
of James Manley oi Aoeraeen.
Washington. Mrs. Mary Lynch of
New York City and Mrs. Ella Me
Caffery of Salem. The remains are
at the parlors of tbe SaleVn mor
tuary. Funeral services will be
held this morning at 9 o'clock at
St. Joseph's church, with Father
Buck in charge. Interment will be
(in Saint Barbara cemetery.
W. Earl Cochran
-Spenks at the .
Grand Opera House
Sunday, An. 1W at
11 n-na.nsKl 8 ns.
Hcheml wv lOrVfl
Will Provide Thrills
Fit ;4drv: 4i, mri
Equistrian stars who will appear
Wednesday, August 22.
Mrs. B. S. Rice of Saiem suf
fered a broken arm and her sister.
Miss Mabel Rapp, whose home is
in Minnesota, received fractures
of an arm and a leg. In -a colli
sion between the automobile in
which they were traveling to Spo-
prietor of a cafeteria on
Mrs. M. J. Huffman, another
sister, was slightly injured, ac
cording to the incomplete informa
tion about the accident received
The three were on their way to
nT.Snokan to visit the Rieeri' son.
Mr. Rice has not learned how
the accident occurred.
Birch Bark Note
Tells of Arrival
Of Mrs. Freund
LAKE LABISH. Ore.. Aug. 15.
(Special) Letters received this
week from Mrs. Louise Freund
tell of her safe arrival in Wiscon
sin. Mrs. Freund has made several
extended visits among relatives in
Lake Labish. Mrs. FreuncTs greet
ings are quaintly lettered upon
birch bark from her home state.
James Regal, driver of the Cap
ital City Co-operative cream truck,
begins his vacation on Monday.
Tbe Regals will spend their fort
night's vacation on a motor trip
to Washington, where they will
visit their son.
Camp meetings begin today at
the beautiful Quinaby park one
mile'trom Labish. It is a union
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON. Mngr.
rrXK TO RIO raiac WaM. W !a
tmr 7r t1 aiMt STMksf.
Thompson-Glntach Optical Co.
lis K. cm1 St.
RewOnnd and - Repaired, New
er Exrd Moarrs
: VIBBERT & TODD
ll Sonth High Tel. 2111
John J. Rottle
413 SUte St.
Expert Shoe Fitter
J WALK-OVER .
Office Hours froxa
herewith Sells-Floto Circus next
Plenty of Bass,
Lee Crawford, prominent mem
ber of the Salem Rod and Gun
club, caught a pair of bass In the
Willamette river Wednesday
morning that he thinks "were
twins. Each weighed exactly four
Crawford caught these fish just
above Captain Spong's boat land
ing. He reports that there are
plenty of bass in the river and that
they are taking slugs freely. Sev
eral were caught In the river here
Wednesday besides the twins that
Here On Tuesday
The Marion county republican
central committee will meet next
Tuesday night in Salem at a place
yet to be selected. It was announ
ced Wednesday. rank Davey or
Portland has been asked to ad
dress the meeting.
Immediately nfter the meeting
of the whole committee, the ex
ecutive committee will hold a con
ference. Hoover buttons and oth
er campaign equipment will be on
hand for distribution.
We have a 1923 Dodge Sedan
fully equipped. 70 new rub
ber, new Duco finish and in
A-l condition, for $225.00.
The House That Service !'
"THAT'S WHAT 1 CALL AN
That's what youH say when you
dip into the goodness of our
ice cream sodas or sundaes.
Made of pure rich cream and
flavored strictly with pure-food
flavors, our sodas" and sundaes
have a goodness and a food
value all their own.
' DRUG STORE
Original Candy : Special Store
13S North Commercial ; St.
The Original Yellow Front
10 m. ru to 3 p. el
G. 0. P. LEADER
Head of New York State
Committee Taken Unex-
pectedly by Apoplexy
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. (AP).
George K. Morris. 4 5, chairman
of tbe republican state committee.
died of apoplexy today In . his
room at the Hotel Drake.
Mr. MotHs, a knit goods man
ufacturer of Amsterdam, N. T..
had breakfast this morning with
Charles D. Hllles, New York mem
ber Of tbe republican national
committed: He had returned to
his room when the stroke that re
sulted fatally came on.
News of the death was sent to
republican headquarters. Mrs.
Sara Schuyler Butler, vice-chair
man of the committee, and daugh
ter of Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler,
president of Columbia university,
sent word that she would come to
New York immediately from
Southampton. It is expected that
she will hold the chairmanship
Mr. Marris returned recently
from California wherg he confer,
red with Herbert Hoover, his par
ty's presidential nominee, regard
ing the national campaign in New
York state. At the Kansas City
convention he had favored the
nomination of President Coolidge
nntil it became apparent that Mr.
Coolidge would not be a candi
date, then he declared for Hoover
One of the first to comment on
Chairman Morris' death was Will
iam D. Hill, chairman of the New
York state Hoover-Curtis cam
paign committee. He praised him
as a clear thinker, a suave and ef
ficient executive, a generous op
ponent and a faithful and sincere
Mr. Marris' removal by death
from the leadership of the repub
lican party in this state came on
ly a day after Lieutenant-Governor
Edwin Corning had announc
ed his resignation as chairman of
the democratic state committee
because of ill health.
A Jersey cow on a Texas farm
adopted three orphan lambs which
she 'suckles and cares for as if they
Open air opera in St. Mark's1
Square is offered to Venice visitors
this summer, with Pietro Mascagni
At One Price Only
Votam Dm It
Factory Ta Wanr
317 StftU St.
Give your dog. a vacation
Leave him with us.
Pctlaad Boarding Kennels
K. B. FLAKE. Prop.
Pacific Highway $4 mile
North of Snlera
Salem Wed 00
QUARTER ot6 GLQZi)
JUl HANNEFORD FAMILY, 1
FLYING WARDS AND
PETER TAYLOR . PETS ;
OF ALL ANIMAL
VMwrn iiftrt jue
Sherman-day Co. No Extra Charge
Don't waste your time shbppino; around for
what you need. Cbme to us firstt and find
what you wan Vw hen you,want it; offered at
- ' ' --.-. pricfesr'yoa want'to payl v
. - Commercial Printing Dept.
Another Case of ;
. Noted In Salem
A new case of undulant or Mal
ta fever -has developed in Salem
this week, making the sixth being
watched here. Dr. William De
Kleine. director of the . child '
health demonstration, reported
yesterday. The new ease is in a
private home and was reported to
the demonstration by the doctor
in charge. Other cases here have '
been in one of the stats institu
FIND 4T HERE
Old Time Dance Crystal Garden
Every Wed. and Sat. night
Every evening at the Marten
Hotel dining room. '
And repairing. Glese-Powers
Why Not Go Ont to Woodland
Park and picnic. The parbMs
beautiful and the water tine.
Old Time Dance Mellow Moon
Friday night. Dad Baltimore's
We Are In the Market
cur piling uuiuvr, oivm-l
stumpage or cut and delivered.
Anderson & Rupert, 169 S. High.
The Home Restaurant
Will be reopening this evening
unrfep nw minirpmMt with A
chicken pie dinner. The policies
m m . .
oi me iormer management win on
continued and we will appreciate
Located In a Beautiful Sotting
And a quiet residential district.
the new Mission Hospital, Z6U&
Maple Avenue, opened its doors
under the management of Mrs.
Viola Hannon, formerly located at
507 North 20th Street, successor
to Mrs. Eva Parker. Tbe building
is fire proof and complete sargtcal
service is offered. North on Cot
tage to Maple.
THE M3DERIT Ollt
A STANDARD OIL PRODUCT
Wltknt prmUs r Urn
att onpi niag.
Travel O. E.
Portland and Return
Oregon Electric :
Tickets on sale Fridays. Satur
days or Sundays: return limit
$S.SO 2auy; IS aiy ntara ttadt.
Reduced round trio fares bef
tween all O. E. Ry stations
Safe, Dependable Service
O. E. Ry. Train leaves for Port
land at 7:05 a.m., ?:0X a. mi
12:30 p.m., 4:11 p.m. and 7:41
p. m. daily. (Observation car
Tor Eugene, Junction City, Har
risburg. Corvallls and Albany
at 9:49 a.m. (observation car
12:45 p.m., 4:03 p.m. 4k I p.oi
For any information about
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