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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salsrv Orecron, Saturday Morals?, March 28, 1931
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- Orders go Out The county
school superintendents office is
ending out library" orders to all
school principals in the county.
It is requested that the tilled
blanks be returned as Quickly as
possible, and all must be in the
hands of the superintendent be
fore April 15- la districts' where
return, is not msk.de be tare that
date, the supertntedent will select
the books. The combined orders
will total between XI. COO and $1.
700, on. the basis of 10 cents per
pupil set aside, from the county
school library fund, v . V, . .i
'Such nice " Easter - things.
This expression we hear from the
many who look- over our stock
now on dlaplay.- Om; own make
The ' Spa,
See Historic ' Pageant A par-
tiai showing of the Centennial
pageant which will bo given at
, the state fairground In ill in
celebration of the 100th anniver
sary of the founding of Willam-
- ette university is scheduled for
early in May, Registrar Tennant
stated Friday. Not all of the 134
pageant, which will be compre
hensive affair,, with more than
100 persons taking parts, will be
given, at this preliminary show-
- -ing. - v-;vv va
nned Easter baskets and im
ported novelties 10c, 16c and
25e at the Gray Belle, 4 40, State
street. . V .. -: j . -;
Orey Advanced W. L. Orey.
for two years past supervisor of
Salem district of the Piggly Wig
gly stores, ! left with his family
this week for Medford. where he
will assume leadership of the
larger Medford district. Orey has
been at Salem Piggly WIggly
store No. 1 for five years. Monte
Keene has been named- manager
k ef this store and supervisor of
the Salem branches, Albany and
Winners Named Winners in
the Leslie . Junior high school
thrift essay contest" conducted
under auspices of the ' United
States National bank -are: Vir
ginia Pugh,; first; Robert Laws,
second; Gertrude Daley, third;
Lawrence Orwlg, fourth; Berl
Ward, fifth J Jeanette Brown,
sixth; Johnny Howe, Roland
Wirt. Abe. Doerkseu and Mola
' Clark, henorabie mentions.
Nothing ever shown before In
Salem as delicious as .The. SPa's
creamy whip Easter Eggs, made
. here. w , v"-:'-..--",;
Here For Banquet Mrs. J.
T. Emert, who came down from
Portland last evening for the ag
ricultural banquet, was a guest
last night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Conner. Mrs. Emert
Is prominent In Multnomah coun
ty poultry circles and is secretary
f the state Rhode-Island Red as-
soclatlon. i ,;v -
18 Inch. Dry 2nd G. fir .25, 2
Ids. J 12. Fred Wells, TeL 154 2;
, Advance Payment ." Order In ,
probate court authorizes Oscar L.
Dencer, executor of the estate of
Sarah A. Jory, to make advance
payment of. $2 00 each to the
eight heirs of the estate. The
executor's report shows this will
still leave about S14O0 In the
hands of the estate until, the final
Spa Easter eggs the utmost In
quality. Individual eggs in pretty
fioxes, 13c to Sl.QO each. Fluffy
,' cream and fruit and nut centers
of many colors.
McCormick Appointed Word
has just been received her that
Dr. J. D. McCormick, formerly
of the Kimball School of Theol
ogy, has been appointed pastor of
the Grace Methodist Episcopal
church. East Orange, IJew Jersey.
-: Friends here have been advised
' that his new address is 3S6 Dodd
street. East Orange. l
Order" For Allowance Order
In probate court authorizes Ed R.
Adams and Tom Sorteberg, guar
dians of the estate of Myrtle Olive
Borgen, minor, to pay $85 quar
terly to a Los ' Angeles business
college for further education of
the ward. The estate shows a
cash balance of 1 820.14.
Wanted:-20 to 40 acres, with
: team, seed, and equipment, on
shares, for potatoes, by an exper
ienced potato grower. Buell, 895
N. 15. " ;
Estate in Probate C. ; A. Pel
land has been appointed admlnls-
' trator of the estate of Charier O.
Pelland. who died in May, 104.
The widow of Chas. O, Pelland
died last May. E3tate Is valued at
810,500 and there are seven heirs.
Kefton . In 8anltartun-Fred
Sefton, Salem printer at onetime
and clerk during the recent ses
sion of the legislature, has been
confined in the Willamette san
itarium for the past 17 days.' He
underwent, a serious operation
and recovery has been sloir.
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' ' We specialize in the manufac
ture ot fine candies and call your
attention to ' the unusually fine
line of Easter eggs and novelties
now on display. The Spa.
On Business KarltWipper,
patrolman of the county road dls-j
trict around Turner route two,
'was a business visitor in the city
yesterday. He called at the coun
ty roadmaster'a office while in
town. - ;.- .- . -.
The Spa Easter egg are In a
class alone. Creamy whips, fruit
and nut, creamy egg yolk In milk,
cocoanut nests, chocolate nests..
Final Hearing Se Jlnal
hearing on account of S. Ellis
Purvine as executor of the estate
of Dora Walker has been set for
April . 27. " The - final account
shows 111,818.18 on hand f or dis
Court Changed Case of A. M.
Hansen ; as administrator of' the
estate'of John DeLaywood vs. the
Paclfie Telephone and Telegraph
comparsy has been removed from
circuit court here to the district
court Of the United States, Ore
gon district. The charge was peti
tioned for by defendant on ground
that It is a citizen of another
state; California. The suit is dam
age action growing out of the
death of DeLaywood, who was fa
tally ' Injured - when struck ' by a
ear operated by an agent of the
defendant. " - ,
Amtun Serviees Monday Fu
neral! serviees for John Ammann,
5, Turner farmer who died here
Thursday night; following a brief
Illness from -pneumonia, will be
held Monday at 1:30 p. m. from
the Clough-Barrick chapel. Inter
ment will be in 'Tumet cemetery.
Ammann, born in Switzerland,
had been a resident of .the Tur
ner district for the past 25 year's.
He wis unmarried and his only
surviving relative ; so" far, as - is
known is a niece In Indiana.."
'' Delicate creamy whip Easter
Eggs. I Our own make. The Spa.
Macide Funeral Today. Fu
neral services for Mary Mackie,
89, who died here Thursday, will
be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the Clough-Barrick chapeL
Interment will be in the Odd Fel
lows cemetery. Surviving her are
a sister, Dr. Agnes Lewis of Sa
lem f i brother, John Mackie of
Grand Rapids, Mich., and a neph
ew. Dr. Henry Lewis of Salem. .
Auction '.2t. A 7:30 -5. M. each
aay at lots s jewelry store. ;
Road rTosed On petition - of
H. Wipper, the county court yes
terday j issued order closing to
truck traffic two and a half miles
of county road south of the H.
Wipper residence and east to In
tersect with the Parrish Gap road
at the E. J. Miller residence. Wip
per declared trucks were damag
ing the roads. ; '
. Dollar dinner every night, 5:45
to 8 at; the Marlon hotel. . -
NnsbMim Graduates C. J. Nus
baum, former Salem boy who Is
taking' special work at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin, will receive
his master's degree in June, af
ter which he will visit at the home
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nus
baum, and his sister, Rosa Lee
Nusbaum, of this city.
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Young Blarcy Improving Don
ald Marcy, son ot Dr. M. A. Mar
ey, was: reported improving fast
er than had been expected yesterday.-j
following undergoing an
operation for goitre Thursday. He
is at the Good Samaritan hospit
al, Portland. -
Shed dry wood-coal. Prompt de
livery. Tel. ; 11. Salem' Fuel Co.
Foreciosnre". Based on stioula-
ftlon in the case of J. C. Gibson
vs.-AUred Downs and wife, a de
cree ojj foreclosure has y' been
handed down, in circuit court in
the casej. The stipulation. and de
cree provide which of two tracts
of land shall be disposed of first.
License Suspended -Driver's
license! of Billy St. Clair, 663
North Front street, was suspend
ed for! 20 days yesterday, when
he was ! hailed into police court
on. a charge of exceeding the
speed limit. -,
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Appraisers Named R. D. Gray
has bees appointed administrator
of the 'estate of John Ammann.
Appraisers appointed are T. B.
Funstoa; C M. Barber and W. D.
Salisbury. 1 - ;
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Tour, children should have the
best in - Easter Candies. The Spa
makes their own and the purest,
best tolbe had.
KtatementA : Called . A. A.
Schramm, state superintendent of
banks, today Issued' a call for
statements showing he condition
of state banks In Oregon at the
close of business March 25. ,
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Retirement E. Smith and S. E.
Smith have filed notice with the
county clerk ot retirement from
the assumed . business name ot
Hollywood Auto Garage Body and
Board Works company.
Rummage sale by Daughters of
Union Veterans, Mar. 27th-28th.
Corner Ferry and High. "
Sam Hnghes Horn e Sam
Hughes; who has been doing ser
vice on j the federal Jury In Port
land, was excused Friday until
Tuesday, enabling him to pass
the weekend at home.
Ex-Governor Here T o T m e r
Governor Walter Pierce of La
Grande Nras a Salem- visitor Fri
day. Il4 was looking hearty as
ever and spent some time calling
on., his ..fr)ends. ; : .,. ,,
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For sale As we are changing
we have for sale 18 head ot good
farm horses,.we!ght 1600 to 2900
lbs. Prices 835.00 to $150.00.
Spaulding LoLgging C0 : Salem.
Ore :;:: , '; ; :7;;:f
Draws Fine Possession ot
two bottles of beer cost A JS.
Robins $25 when he was convict
ed In Justice court on Friday on
a charge lot violating the liquor
law. . ' f : . : - : 5
' Dr. Chaa
' Office bran -Tuesday
day a to P'.SQ t
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OU 2193. Csed Fnrnitui
j 151 5. nijjii
Defections in South Seen
With Raskob and Hoover
; r Objects of Attacks
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" WASHINGTON March 37.
(AP) Signs at revolt In the
southern .ranks of both major
parties ... were" received today with
apparent-- equanimity! at ' republi
can and democratic headquarters.
' While southern democratic
leaders were organising to eom
bat policies advanced by Chair
maa Raskob of the national com
mittee. Horace Mann, director of
(he southern campaign for the re
publican national - committee in
1928. claimed control of 232- del
egates to the republican conven
tion next.yeaT;' ,
Although his move was Inter
preted as "anti-Hoover" republi
can headquarters' showed:.: little
concern over his claims. Contend
ing its southern organisation was
in better shape than ever before.
Democratic headquarters took
no formal notice of the' disturb
ance within Its ranks. But It was
said unofficially the southern
movement had been anticipated.
Claims of Mann .. J; .i.y:.
Are Discounted H;;! ? -.' -
Mann's claims were discounted
by C. Bascom Slemp, former sec
retary to President Coolidge.
Slemp, a power In southern poll
tics, said Mann has "no organisa
tion and no following.? ' . :, . '
. "He will not control votes, at
the convention,"" Slemp added.
Mann contended the south
would send a solid delegation to
the republican convention to de
mand a "new order of politics.".
He would neither i affirm -nor
deny reports his organization was
designed to block the renomina
tlon of Hoover:, and; would- be
pledged to former President Coo
lidge. . . j ,- ; j I . r ;.
His friends, however, claimed
these delegates as well as others
from some northern states, would
go to the convention pledged to
oppose the president.
. Mann said headquarters would
be established here in December
to perfect a national republican
organisation separate from the
national committee set-up.
He added the southern . dele
gates to the next republican con
vention would represent the peo
ple In the republican part of the
south, rather than federal office
holders. ; jj -
Southern democratic leaders
continued to work quietly for an
organization to prevent the party
from adopting the anti-prohibition
and economic recommenda
tions of. Raskob and to make bus
iness conditions the f paramount
Issue In 1832. ; - f i j 1
RULE IS CBEO
Postmaster J. H. Farrar has
received" Information:! on new
rules on registered an I Insured
mail which will be welcomed by
patrons. : '. - ; ; . -
A new provision permits a pa
tron, on payment of five cents, to
secure receipt after a ! registered
and i insured package has been
dispatched. Up to now there has
been a three cent fee for a return
card alone. Upon payment of 20
cents a 'patron may obtain receipt
of registered and 'insured mail
showing the. address and time at
which It was delivered. - '-
Martin Is Fined Halford Mar
tin was fined $7.50 In Justice
court ou Friday when he was con
victed of driving a motor vehicle
without a rear light. " f ; -;
Eugenite Arrested Warren M.
Karsted ot Eugene was arrested
on charge of speeding ' here : yes
terday. He posted $10 bail with
the police judge. - : jj -:" : ;j ;
Account Approved Annual
account of R. H. Bassett as guar
dian of the estate of Jessie and
Josie Haynes has beenf approved
by the probate judge. , i
. : Files Report Brazier Small;
guardian or tne estate of ceraia
K. Allan, Incompetent; i has filed
annual report, showing a balance
on hand of $4,645.35. I ;-;
Publisher Visits Ralph 1 Cron-
ise, business manager of the Al
bany Democrat-Herald, was a vis
itor In Salem Friday, j ,u ....'
'Final Decree Estate of Basil
A. Klrsch has been closed and A.
P. KIrsch discharged asadminis-
trator. . . :: ::. ;.fr;'U
.'Attachment Certificate of
attachment has been filed by the
sheriff in case of Eena company
vs. J. F. Cowdea and others.
Ladd Bush, Bankers
COASTING IN AFTER NEW RECORD
The plaudit or. an enthusiastic crowd fell on the ears ef Gal Wood,
veteran motorboat race driver, as he established 101.55 miles per
hour as . the new mark,: but the warmest congratulations of all came
from Mrs. Gar Wood and Gar, Jr., (lower), as they congratulated the
speed champ. (Upper) Gar Wood and his mechanic, Olin Johnson,
waving cheerily from their "Miss America IX" as they coasted into
their dock at Miami Beach after establishing the new record.
"rvEOPLB , 14 ' eastern Oregon
Pare more ' interested In taxa
tion problems and the price
of agricultural products than they
are in politics," Said Mrs. Walter
Pierce, a member, of the state
board of higher education, who
called on Governor Julius tu Meier
Friday. Mrs. Pierce was formerly
state librarian, and still owns her
home in Salem.
Mrs. Pierce was accompanied
by former Governor ; Walter
Pierce, who attended the meet
Ins; of the 'Grange executive
committee, as well as tne agri
cultural banquet. He called
on the new governor. This Is
the first visit the former execu
tive has made to the capital .
since the inauguration of Gov
ernor Meier. , ' i-
Many grange members . were
seen about the state house 'Friday.
Among them were Roy W. GUI,
representative In the legislature
from . Multnomah county, who' is
also, active In Grange work. He
championed grange legislation
during the recent session.
A. R. Hunter, new member
of the state industrial accident
Commission, who takes office
next Wednesday, was here from
LaGrande Friday, to look over
the situation. Hunter, a demo
crat, was. member f the state
senate several sessions, al
though not listed at the last
session. His brother was m
member of the house ' at the
same time, both here in 1027.
Perhaps Governor Meier likes
Salem much better now.- During
the morning downpour of rain, he
received ft telephone call . xf rorfl
Portland telling him that It was
snowing there. There was no
snow in Salem Friday. And since
he likes the Job of being governor,
his residence in the state capitol
should be pleasant. ' :
i Schaefer's Easter r;
? Candy Special r
Get your Easter Candies
this week end at Schaefer's
Drug Store. i
. The best candy at the low
est price consistent. wiUi the
high quality that has always
.marked Schaefer's Specials. -
Pure Candy Eggs. Rabbits.
Chickens and assorted : colored
eggs in a . profuse variety of
sizes and prices.
Out Chocolate Easter Pieces
are particularly appropriate
and surprising In their low
Bulk Candy ' Eggs In large
and small sites. -
25c per lb. "
2 1b. 45c
AIX SOCIETE CANDIES
i ; DRUG STORE
135 N. Coml St. Phone 197
The original yellow front can
1 dy special store of Salem. .
; Penslar Agency : . r-
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Ioolae Rice, world famous grsghologtr
can pewitively read your talents, virtues
and faults la the drawings, wordsand
what nots that you scribble when lort
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iMMatii Addrcas Uoui caw
Occurrences and . Cfc3Slp
at the center of Oregon's
Now that James TB, fUngsIey,
convicted satudeier, was grant
ed a stay of execution pending
' appeal of his ease to the su
preme i eowrt, i Snpertntendent
Meyers at the penitentiary will
have to postpone his party
scheduled for the morning of
April &. .The Invitations sent
oat for ; the. execution perhaps
should be saved, as they may
be good at a later date.
Hal E- Hosa, secretary of state,
can perhaps be- termed as sitting
in the "Golden chair.' Both Gov
ernor Meier and State Treasurer
Kay took opposite views on the
; ' Mackie
Mary Hackle died at the res
idence,' 665 Chemeketa street,
March IS. aged 89 years; sister
of Dr. Agnes Lewis of Salemand
John Mackie of Grand Rapids,
Mich.; aunt of Dr. Henry Lewis
ot Salem.: Funeral services Satur
day, March' 28, at 2 p. m. from
the chapel of the Clough-Barrick
company. ! Interment Odd Fellows
cemetery v ,
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John Ammann died in this city
March 26, aged 65 ' years; sur
vived by one niece In Indiana.
Funeral services Monday, March
SO, at 1:30 p. m. from the chapel
of the Clough-Barrick company.
Interment at Turner. ? ' -'
,i JhoB. f nftTt Prised
. 3201 J fc?CllU IoderUly
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
' Just ten minutes from the
i- heart of town 1
City View Cemetery
EsUbllshed 1893 t . Tel. 1200
,.'";':') . .
. Perpetual care provided . for
- Prices Reasonable
JL . Ttnrzaaz. dtrtectoxs
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Onw SwilGS is ftmaU
Ow FtVm ars mm
On Horn la itoin
ZOesaMd Xsdy KslkalsM
Phona 12a . .,.,
. Church at Ferry St.
A, M. Clough ' ,
, . Dr. L. E. Barrlck
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Jittdoot Hut ial'"
. LLOYD T. EIGCON, tpB.
" mm victim
LONDON, March 17-(AP.)-
Enoch Arnold Bennett, one of the
greatest, literary, figures of the
present century, died here to
night at" the age of J. .
: Stricken with lnfluensa seven
weekf ago. the famous novelist
and playwright was recovering
w h e n he contracted typhoid
f ever. . After , hours'-r of .Uncon
sciousness he passed sway peace
fully after s blood transfusion
had resulted in temporary relief.
News of the death of Bennett,
who wrote some, so novels and
mora- tnan a doxen piays.-thougn
not unexpected.; came as a shock
to his personal friends .as well as
to hundreds of - thousands
throughout the! English-speaking
world who were familiar with his
works. f, I ;-v ' - .,' '-. ,:"-
His earlier novels of the drsb-
ness of:?The Five Town.'. Eng
land's pottery i . district partic
ularly :TThe: Old Wiyea . Tale"
were rated as classics even In the
author's ' lifetime. In less serious
works he acted as guide to what
Is best. in. literature, travel and
recreation,4 having always been a
keen observer ot. human life. His
type of prison locks for the cell
block at the penitentiary, and
both expressed j determination to
''stick to their stories." Hoss is
silent, and when the matter comes
up for final action, he Willi be
called upon to cast the decldlnr
note of the, board of control. At
least Hal will be with the major
ity -this .time, i
A quiet day Is anticipated at
the capitol Saturday. With
Governor Meier in Portland and
the other state officials -per-;
using' the anniversary number
of The Statesman, there will be
little news emanating; from the
various offices. And then, too,
all the grangers and farmers
here for the agricultural meet
ins;, will be going back to their
tasks.-; : . . . '
William Hanley was among the
late callers at the- governor's of
fice Friday. Hanley was once
mentioned as a possible candidate
for the office ot agricultural head,
but other names have superceded
his of late. So far no guess ap
pears definite enough to bank up
V- family may not always have the benefit
I ; - . of your "personal support and guidance,
but you can perpetuate your financial,
judgment and prudence in a' carefully,
chosen executor and trustee for your es- .
tate. j'-.". ;;..' vj.r -: ,:;',;
Ladd & Bush Trust Company
Directors and Officers '
A. N; BUSH, President. ? ' '
WM. S. WALTON. Vlee-Pres.
L. P. ALDRICH, Secretary.
v JOS. H. ALBERT, Trust Officer.
We Do. Trust Work Exclusively
the two! ,
manifold Interests were shown in
all of his writings. -.
Though personally of a deeply
reserved nature, he could chat
with the common man pn paper
as few"' authors of - his calibre
have been able to do.
To F. Spears
' He! who laughs last laughs
loudest and 1 longest, Frank
Spears, igh sehool student, will
' It , was like this: .Frank' and
some young . friends . west for a
ride lit his father's car Thursday
night, f An argument on speed
waxed; warm as the boys rode
along ' the river bottom district.
The, upshot was that Frank got
out to show the other boys he
could keep up with the car tra
veling: at 20' miles per hour for
a. certain distance. -
. ' He got out What 'foul tails"
the ' fellows turned out to be;
they sped down the road St
well, they .sped. Frank hid. The
boys came back to hunt him. He
remained obseure. - At last a
passing car picked Frank up. -
The other4oys well, at mid
night they decided he was lost
and a call to the Spears home so
Informed the father. Came back
over the wire the word that
Frank' Vas home, asleep, un
mindful - of pranks and prank
sters, s :
In the early hours of morning
the group, still worried, returned
the car, with word" that Frank
was still missing. The, first boy
who called Mr. Spears had ne
glected to inform his companions
of the. good tidings!
Maybe there were two "laugh
lasts"., , ..'..:
; Nursery Stock
Evergreen and Decidious
Priced right, we don't mean
maybe. 7 miles east of Salem
..:r on Pen road '
F. A: Dperfler & Sons
V 4 ; Salem, Ore.
YOU need a flashlight or an alarm clock. That's one point
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in a common geometrical problem. Somewhere a manu
factureris making, a.; store is of ferine; for sale,, exactly the
flashlight or alarm flock you should have. That's the sec
ond point in your private problem And advertising Is
the straight line that, shows the' shortest distance between
Day after jday, in the advertising pages, you'll find
straight lines drawn direct to the products you need.
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Look for them. Follow them. They may save you hours
of searching. - j
' And more, than time, they'll save you money, j Adver
tised products are -those whose honest worth has made
them popular. 'Merchants and manufacturers .who adver
tise regularly have passed the public's test of fair dealing
and reliability. By studying their announcements la the
light of your own needs, you can buy most wisely and
Read the advertisements1 And practice
' straight-line buying
PLI.il SE5 fliil
Two surveys will be made oa
the msrket road . extensicu
through Mission Bottom to con
nect with the S3.1em-Champo?T
highway before a definite rout.
is decided for chances in the cli
road, it was said at the county
courthouse yesterday following a
trip over the route by party con
sisting of Oscar Cutler, state
market- road engineer, Iled
Swart, county engineer. Road
master Frank Johnson and Com
missioner Jim -Smith.
Nothing definite will be out
lined until after the survey, but
it is understood the engineers
would like tot take a short cut
through the Bent Jones hopyard
between Hubbard 1 and Wheat
land. There is also some question
on the route to be taken at the
Uld Hubbard house, one survey
to oe maae up me, oanx soum
west of the old hocse and the
other ' to follow . the old road,
which has about an 18 per cent
grade.' Change' here will ! be
made, of course, to effect a bet
ter grade. r
The surveys will also be a
move to cut as many corners as .
possible from -the route.
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BE BACK BY MIDNIGHT THURSDAY
OH ALL TRAINS
Roundrips to rid from
all places on our Pacific
Untt for three-fifths of
the regular on way fare
approximately lea mile,
or 100 miles for a dollar.
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Eugene . .
Marshf leld . .
City t Ticket Office J
184 N. Com'l Tel. 80
13th and Oak Tel. 41