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The OREGON STATESMAN. Saiem Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 9, 1933
iLocal News Briefs j
Six Accidents Reported . Six J ! Sedavllla Trip Liked Tna
automobile accidents, all ot minor I Cncmeketant' trip to Sodaville
nature, -were reported to city po-I and hike up - Peterson's butte
lice oyer the week end. Dana
Sanders, 1245 State street, re
ported striking little Betty Ann
Shipley and another girl -when
they ran in front of his car on
State between 12th and. 13th
streets. Neither was injured.
Other mishaps were: E. R. Chase,
C39 Center, and Anne Feirce,
state school for the deaf, on
Capitol near Hollywood theatre;
E. E. Cady, Tangent, and Willard
Cort," on State; Roy Layman,
Ashland, . and A. N. Stewart, at
Broadway and ' Market; T. , L.
Ross, Chemawa, and O. J. Run
corn, 1054 Highland, In 2200
block. Fairground road; Violet R.
Gillette. 290 North 18th. and Wil
liam Ffan, Gervals, at 13th and
Sunday proved on of the best of
the year, despite stormy weather,
according to J. A. Barns, chair
man of the local walks commit
tee for the club. . Clouds failed
to prevent the hikers' obtaining
a worth while view from the top
of the Butte. On their return; to
Sodarille, they were guests at
the city hall for a dinner served
by women of the community. The
club's next outing will be May
27 and 2S when the hikers will
go to the recently-leased Dr.
Jack Cloyd is now at the Best Bar
ber Rhnn. 139 S. T.lh.rtv.
Veterinarians Meet Several
Salem men and women will go to
Portland tomorrow to attend the
Have your teeth and gums exam- j annua meeting of the Willamette
lned at reguler intervals. Dr. C. A.
Eldrledge is equipped to take care
of all dental operations In a most
scientific manner. Credit extended
pay as you are paid. 401 Oregon
Congestion Relieved The ac
tion of Chief Justice Rand of the
state supreme court in sending
outside circuit' Judges into Mult
nomah county, has resulted bene
ficially In relieving the congested
dockets there. Presiding Judge
Tucker informed the supreme
court yesterday. During the month
of April 385 civil cases and 1
criminal cases were disposed of,
with 374 new cases filed. During
. January, February and March,
991 cases were disposed ot with
1008 new cases tiled. Multnomah
county has nearly 40 per cent ot
all the litigation in the state. Of
the 28 circuit court Judges in "Ore
gon Multnomah county has eight.
Valley Veterinary Medical asso
ciation. Among them will be Dr
Fred W. Large, former president
of the association, and Mrs
Lange, secretary of the auxiliary;
Dr. W. H. Lytle, state veterin
arian, and Mrs. Lytle; Dr. H. H
Green, asststant state veterinar
ian, and Mrs. Green: Dr. and
Mrs. W. G. Morehouse. Dr
Coomb or forest Grove Is pre
sident of as Association, and Mrs
Peterson of Dallas, president of
Sales Reported Two. sales
by the sheriff's office la mortgage
foreclosure suits were reported
Monday to the county clerk's of
fice. In the case of the Mutual
Savings and . Loan association
against Nellie E. Woolery and
others, $1228 was received on a
total Judgment of $1898. In the
case of Myrtle E. Hunt against
C. W. Moore and others, $674
was received on a Judgment for
a like amount.
Saes on Note Mrs. H. H. Mc
lean yesterday filed suit to collect
on a $1800 note, naming S. V.
Cravens and L G. McLean as de
fendants. The original note was
dated September 2, 1927, And ag
gregate payments of Interest to
date are $125, the note bearing
interest at the rate ot 4 per cent
annually. Interest and costs are
asked in addition to the notes
Store Assigned The Alex Jones
men's furnishings store here has
been assigned to the West Coach
Textile association for the benefit
of creditors. Formal notice of as
signment was received here yes
terday, and it is understood that
several offers to purchase the
stock have been made. Mr. Jones
said yesterday he had made no
plans for the future,
Special boxes packed to order a
specialty for Mother's day. The
Attend Convention Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Shanks of Salem were
in attendance at the district Sun
day school convention at Rose-
dale Sunday. Through the leader
ship of Mrs. Shanks, county su
perintendent of children's work.
the group conducted the first
Junior department meeting held
Starts Magasine A. E. Laflar,
Visit From Nebraska Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Brown of Aurora, Neb.,
are visiting in Salem this week.
Mr. Brown was downtown yester
day with Frank Derby, a friend of in that district. At the business
long standing. Mr. Brown was I session a junior department was
here on a visit live years ago, organized,
likes the country and mar In the
future decide to locate in Oregon. Hikers Brave Rata In spite of
He ia in the bankine and insur- unfavorable weather, 11 Chemek
ance business in Nebraska. The etans drove to Sodaville Sunday to
low nrlces on farm nroducts have scale Peterson's butte. The group
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.Urted a Te'al estaTe magazine in last four years, he reports, but re- trips of the season. Upon return
VATrisni w nipn us iKriiin ' ar i .
. . w i t I t heln ha declared vesterdav
lars jNauonai . en ot the community. The Soda-
er." Properties are listed from all Wanted U9ed furniture. Tel 511 0 vllle high Bchool girls led the
siaies m m. uununcot - i climb
magazine contains a. c.nHiu.i..i Bulletins sent out Willamette
amount of material descriptive oi university vesterdav was sending Mast Get License It Is nee
the northwest country. Laflar is0ut 5000 bulletins to its alumni I essary for a person over the age
a son of G. W. Laflar of this city I and to other friends of the school, of 14 years to procure a license
and years ago was In the theatre The bulletin contains considerable to hunt for animals and birds
business here. news concerning the school and is other than game animals and
. n attractively arranged In magazine birds, Attorney General Van
Permits Total .Su Two nun- style A numl)er of hlgn Bchooi Winkle held in an opinion hand-
area i.iy-.vw uu... .1. seniors will be sent the current Is- ed down Monday. The opinion
permits have been issued by E. C. reauested by officials ot the
state ram a commission.
uoing 10 .nc.uinnruie a. num- i
ber of members of the Salem Ki- Spa candies made up fresh for
wan. a rluh am maklnr nlna to I Mnther'a tlv
attend an inter-club meeting to be
held at McMinnville on Saturday
night. May 27. Many clubs in this
district will attend. Claude Bar
rick of Tillamook, district gover
nor, will speak.
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n her element for the first time, the U. S. Army airship TC-13 is shown
Cist after she took ofT on her trial flight from Akron, Ohio. The TC-13
the largest non-rigid airship in the United States, having a gas
capacity of 360,000 cubic feet. She is 223 feet long. Inset is Major
W. E. Kepner, eommander of the blimp.
Merit Rate Plan
To Start July 1
Civil war Veteran Contends !
South American Bonds
The merit rating . system,
adopted recently by the state In
dustrlal accident commisalon.
will go Into effect July 1. Under
this system contributors . to the
accident fund who show a de
crease In the number of accidents
Stilt tn enmn! the return of a I ! receive credit on payments
SSOOt note signed by 8. M. Endl- I to the commission while Indns-
eott and given to Clarkson Bunay I inee wnere aeciaents increase
was beard Monday afternoon be- will pay a higher rating. The
rnrsi jsin wsi a. iwniiinsr w uu bj evus si vvam aaa, wmiabiva aaa
took the matter under advise-1 other states and has proved suc-
ment. I ceasfuL
Endlcott allered that he gavel The commission this week an-
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the note to Bundy temporarily
while he was procuring f 2000 in
bonds as an Investment for
Bundy. a 1 0-year eld civil war
veteran who now lives at Fruit-
land, five miles from Salem.
Bandy contended that $2000 In
Republic of Columbia bonds given
him by Endlcott were only collat
eral for Endicott's note. Inas
much as the present market value
ot the two bonds is only $450,
Bundy refused to return the note
but proferred Endlcott the bonds
if the $2000 was repaid.
Endlcott denied Bundy's ver
sion of the transaction but ad
mitted he had advised Bundy to
take his $2000 fro ma savings ac
count In a bank in order to obtain
a higher rate of interest.
Bundy, with long white hair
and whiskers and a sturdy stick
he used as a cane, made a pictur
esque figure in court. He admit
ted his memory had failed during
the winter but stoutly denied he
had ever "bought" the bonds. His
granddaughters took the stand in
nounced there, would be sn In
crease In some rates July 1,
made necessary by heavy claims
against the compensation-fund
Receipts for March and April this
year were the lowest In years but
a pickup Is expected with many
mills and logging camps reopen
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More than 100 motorists are
now obtaining renewal ef their
operators licenses dally. It was
announced by William Hammond,
in eharge ef the state operators
Cancellation of all operators li
cense on September 1 that were
Issued between 1920 and Jury 1,
1121, and the subsequent renew
al of all types of drivers' licenses
each two years beginning on June
20. 1925 was ordered by the 1IJ2
This means that all persons car
rying original licenses, or dupli
cates Issued prior to Jury 1. 1921,
must obtain new permits by Sep
tember 1 of this year. Under the
new law, which becomes effect
ive June 9, these licenses win eost
$1. These licenses now sen at 59
JOBS TO BE CLOSE
Bushnell, city building inspector,
the past two days, as follows: W.
L. Halri, reroot a dwelling at 1903
North Fifth street. $105; Adda V.
Reeves, reroof a dwelling at ,1055
North 16th street, $80; W. J.
Hagedorn, erect a garage at 1405
Fir street, $35, and C. M. Hazel,
repair garage at 229 Lee street,
Nemo-Flex foundations are on spe
cial sale this week. Regular $7.50
garments , for $5.00. Ask about
Nemo Wonderllft slogan contest.
$100 prize. Miller's.
Kim Fined $S10 S. O. Kim,
Japanese farmer of the Labish
district, was released from city
jail Sunday on $10 bail, pending
hearing in municipal court on a
charge of being drunk. Arrested
Saturday, Kim put up a fight,
making it difficult for Officer
Don Nicholson of city police, and
Joe Vogelsang, United States
marshal, to take him to Jail. In
the scramble, Kim bit Vogelsang
on the finger.
Lange Dry Candidate F. E.
Lange of McMinnville, filed Mon
day in the state department as
a delegate to attend the proposed
constitutional convention to vote
repeal of the eighteenth
Hope that federal road funds
will be allocated to the states so
they may receive their propor
tionate share ot the total, was
expressed by W. C. Markham, se
cretary of the American associa
tion of state highway officials,
in a letter received by R. H. Bal
dock, state highway engineer.
Markham said he had been
advised that road construction
would be made a part of the
public works program, and that
the necessary legislation probably
would be considered this week.
He Indicated that the bill would
provide for an administrator of
the entire public works fund,
who would designate how much
money would be expended for
roads and in what states or lo
calities It would be spent.
"We Intend to make every ef
fort to reserve the federal aid
road laws," Markham declared.
amendment to the federal const!
I tutlon. Lange favors retention of
Chapman to Speak C. C. Chap
man, known throughout the state
as a governmental statistician
whose writing commands atten
TIME TO REFIMCE
In Los Angeles, Saturday, May
6. Lena McCoy. Funeral an- tlon, will speak here this noon to Additional time to refinance an
nouncements will be made later the Salem KIwanis club. His sub- outstanding loan In order to save
by W. T. Rigaon & Son. ject win De concernea wun pres- n aufty valued at I188S wa3
ent government problems m tnei.onrht vesterdav In circuit court
Barham state. fcere by counsel for three flerena-
in nto Mii Unix : WoUaii T I I in jnntriipt Anrorpement
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Barham at the age of 46 years, a brought recently by Sherm
... .j 1 T9C vr.t Kft. of the late Charles W. Bnchner a v rwenrianta ir O. H. Col-
street. He leaves a widow. Leona ", Li.?" I? gL" fan. Jennett A. Colgan and Lester
Barham of Salem; father and K1"JT. . . 21 Colgan
I mother, Mr. and Mrs. Alba Bar
ham of Salem; daughter, Bar
here Monday. Paul Bnchner is to Tney aiiege they purchased
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Accident Victims iiome i ne ubm oi oiem; uuSuier, I valued at 12S00 11000 beinr .V v.i into
three motorists Injured Saturday bara; son Lawrence, both of Sa- JSIomI and II B00 real rJui
r.,, TT-montpr'a rar Mom- throa hrnthor. ttarl J PCTS0M1 ,M l8U" r"'' In addition tO Interest UP to OCtO-
was struck by a machine driven I and Wayne, and a sister, Mrs.
A close contest is the predic
tion for the vote to be cast on
Salem senior high school student
body officers following nomina
tions at the assembly period yes
terday. Particularly should this
be true in the election of stu
dent body president as both
nominees, Bob Brownell and Joe
Baker are popular and promin
ent in school affairs.
Short nomination speeches will
be made Thursday and the elec
tion will be held Friday accord
lng to announcement by Bob
Read, present student body pre
sident following nominations yes
Petitions will probably place
several more names on the list
of nominations since a number
were being circulated yesterday.
Petitions must be in today and
all names contained therein must
be of students possessing a stu
dent body ticket.
Following is the complete list
of nominees to date:
President Joe Baker, Bob
Brownell; vice president Mar
garet Hauser, Barbara MacDon
ald; secretary Iris Jorgenson,
Dorothy Dahlburg; Clarion edi
tor Wallace Sprague, Roberta
McGllchrist, Betty Abrams; Clar
ion annual, editor Harold Pack
ard; Clarion manager Otto Wil
son; Clarion annual manager
no names presented.
Forensic manager Orvllle
Varty, Eugene Tower; athletic
manager Don Coons (present
manager). Bee Mennls. Bill
Townsend; song leader Dorothy
McLeod, Prlscilla Simpkins; yell
leader Joe Meaney; sergeant-at-
arms Douglas Drager.
Dies In Seattle Word was re-
ber 1, 1931. and taxes through the
by Sammy Baya, Brooks, were 1 Florence Houser, all of Salem. Ceived here last night of the death "'19J-Tnt nf 1Ko0 i.
able toeturn to their homes from Funeral services will be held in Seattle yesterday ot Guy Job, X ti Men L itt hi
STATE POLICE CIS
TO BET 010 SETS
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NESS 01 THOSC MORI
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9 at 1:90 p.m.
from the chapel of W. T. Rig- Gaines, one of the two former ter-
the Deaconess hospital Sunday.
They were: Mrs. Jones Edlund,
who suffered five broken ribs;
James Lollis, chest injuries and
scalp wound; Parmenter, shoulder
Disappearance Solved A search
for Glenna Leach ot Macleay,
which continued for 24 hours, end
ed at noon yesterday when she
was found at the home of relatives
in the Auburn district. She was
said to be in ill health. State,
county and city police assisted in
Tacoraa Woman Visits Mrs.
M. Dale Crawford of Tacoma,
Wash., arrived in Salem yesterday
to visit her sister, Mrs. L. R.
Kchnettlar 435 North 19th street.
She expects to remain here tor I home, 770 Chemeketa street
m i ua luti uaa auu v a v w -
greai-granason oi governor . . n. nhr. defendants
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1 Caws Tnfnrm T.a1rsf I . . r-r I VallllUB iiuuvi. Va--
,, " ,, :. ..;'- I y- "''". stances made payment impossible.
"P?"1 parK neT' n"m"1"i's lerruory. tie was aiso great- Tlw, co-te-a -auitT bv the court
officiating. grandson of Jesse Looney, pioneer A'mrtAm t,m- th eerformance
Or 15 -J. nf fholr .nn.rart ha extended.
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t it, n. i Final Account In Final ac-
Al. V1J liA . , . . . , .
rrnn- r- n.a- wo-nna. i count in me escaie oi xne iaie Ma-1 oneratma a car wunoui
May 7, Nannie D. Loron. beloved J i"a tiruwmng vu wiea m yro- ugm. ine line wm remm
Wife of I. A. Loron. Mother of oal ou" yeeieruny. incom. io
Mrs. Opal RasBmussen, LaWsh the estate bas been $126; outgo
Center, also survived by one "fvHat"e B- Tuel nas Deen d-
rranAAanirht AvA K TOJtn. mlniStratriX.
Attachment Granted The
an's Relief Corps and the Secur- tUchment against a
111 ,TU.M,7. IT . one-third interest In 55 acres of
land owned by W. R. McKay and
others, defendants in a suit re-
10 months 18 days. A native of
Missouri. Member of the Wom-
are Invited to attend funeral ser
vices Tuesday, May 9, at 2 p.m.
Kantner Estate Closed Final
notice in the estate ot the late
Anna S. Kaortner was tiled in
probate court Monday by William 1 are low but firming, mm men re-
O. Kantner. executor or ner win. pon.
Orders Keep Mill
Going Full Time
An influx of orders in recent
weeks is keeping the Oregon
Pulp Paper company here op
erating on a full-time schedule.
All four paper machines are be
ing operated, In three eight-hour
shifts daily. The only period the
mill does not operate is on Sun
day when the plant is thoroughly
gone over by machinists. Prices
Purchase of 15 short wave ra
dio sets to equip autos used by
the state police department was
authorized by the state board of
control yesterday. The sets will
cost $58.50. They will enable the
police department to cooperate
with short-wave broadcasting sta
tions in Salem and Portland.
The board also decided to pur
chase gasoline for state use in
the open market, with purchases
being distributed among a num
ber of companies now operating
in the state.
Appointment of Captain Frank
J. Smith to preside over the ac
tivities at Champoeg park during
the coming summer was confirm
ed by the board.
Funeral is Set
Funeral services for Walter J.
Tam local contractor wno
died Saturday as the result of in
Juries sustained from a tall while
t work TiaaT arternoon. win d
held today at 1:30 p. m. from the
chapel ot W. T. Rlgdon and son.
with Rev. P. W. Erlksen officiat
ing. Interment will be in the Pi
Barham is survived ny his wi
dow. Leona Barham; father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Bar
ham; daughter, Barbara; son.
Lawrence, three brothers, can,
Jess and Wayne, and a sister, Mrs.
Florence Houser, all of Salem.
IT'S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS
9 U wil
935 South Commercial Street
Open Till 9 P. M. Daily
Prices Effective May 9th and 10th
Demand the new package which
dissolves more quickly, retail
ing full flavor. Do not confuse
this with the o
10 lb. bag
Hearing of protests against the
proposed discontinuance ot Ore
gon Electric passenger trains no.
9 and 12, now operating between
Portland and Eugene, will be held
here Wednesday, C. M. Thomas,
state utility commissioner, an
nounced Monday. Protests have
been filed by residents ot Wllson
ville and the local chamber ot
commerce. It was proposed to dis
continue the trains May 14.
Lrom TrwI111r! ,u?erat1 cent,y' brought by the bank.
three weeks or more.
?' First Report In First report
ot Henry Smith, administrator of
the estate of the late John Daley,
was filed Monday in probate court
here. Income was $227; outgo
$124. " ' '
Rev. P. W. Ericksen, officiating.
Interment Pioneer cemetery.
Hearing Today Preliminary
hearing for Ed Bartruft, accused
of passing an n. s. t. check, will
be held In Justice court this after
noon at 2 o'clock. Bartruft posted
Hay . 13 District 7
high school track meet,
May 16 Final contest in
dramatics and music, Marlon
county federated commun
ity clubs, in Salem high
May 19 Students of
Mary Schnlts in program at
r. M. C A.
May 22 Final concert of
season ef Symphony orches
tra here; Willamette Phil
harmonic choir assisting;
May 26-27 Oregon State
Association ot Master
plumbers, annual meeting.
May . 28 Dr. D. B. Hill,
motion pictures of special
interest to children and par.
ent; Y. M. C. A. lobby.
Jnne 1-4 - Evangelical
conference. First Evangeli
v Jane 2-4 -Fourth Annual
Willamette Valley Flower
Jane 7 Marion county
Jewey Cattle club, ' fair-;
rounds..- ' "
: : Jane 10 Willamette uni
versity commencement. . -r
June 20-22 Q. A. RTand
affiliating bodies annual en
campment. ' : r
July 24-26 Annual En
campment. . Spanish .. War
Veterans. . -
. Sent. 4-0 Oregon : state
Mrs. Dolly Harris,
years, in Tucson, Aris. Survived I undertaking for $500 ball, and Is
by her father, E. Glenn ot Wend- at liberty.
ling. Ore., brother, Ernest Glenn . ,
of Wendling; three sisters, Mrs. I Seats Too Many James Edgar
rnn. ,on T-.Ai.n- M I Burdeil. Jr.. was placed on proba-
A. a Davis ot Mill City and Mrs. for six rdonths and tine ot
mr...in sith vnnani $1.50 remitted when he pleaded
services will be held "from the f?j"y in Justice churt yesterday to
Clough-Barrick chapel Wednes- tuk wun iour m i.ou.
day, May 10, at 1:30 p. m. with r -.. t.i . nrivine
me nev. uneen omciaung. m.er-i witnont an operator's license cost
ment Palestine cemetery,
- At the residence on route 1,
Macleay, Sunday, May 7, Ernest
C. Hill, aged 79 years. Survived
by widow, Chrisna M. Hill of Mac
leay; son, Ralph Hill of West-
brook, Me.; sisters, Mrs. Mary
Fisher- and Mrs. Georgia Groves
of Maine; brothers. Ellas B. Hill
of Aurora, 111., Darius M. Hill of
Maine. Robert Judd Hill ot Maine.
Funeral services from the chapel
of the Clough-Barrick eompany,
Thursday. May 11, at S p. m. In
terment Pratum cemetery. Rev.
J. M. Frans officiating.
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- Baldwin To Mr. and Mrs. It.
J. Baldwin, Salem, a boy, bora
May 5 at Deaconess hospital.
-Hart To Mr. and Mrs. Mer
! ritt Hart; 1015 North - Winter
street, a girl, Donna Jane, born
May 4 at Deaconess hospital.
William Winnins Cottew a dollar
and court costs yesterday. He was
haled before Judge Miller B. Hay-!
den on the charge.
Cherrians Meet King Blng
Frank Deckebach of the Cherrians
has called a meeting for tonight
at the chamber of commerce, when
the Cherrians will make plans for
participation In the Rose Festival.
Drunkenness Harley Large
paid a tine of $25 and costs in
justice court yesterday after
pleading guilty to a charge ot be
ing drunk in a public place.
No Tail light Donald Frank
Hickman was fined a dollar and
costs tn justice court yesterday tor
Without Opartlo at Los f Tine
ZZ9 Orecoa Bids. -1 PUae ISO
and Floor Waxers
Call 6910, Used Furniture
151 North High
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We Reserve the Right to limit Quantities
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YOUR husband eats Post's
Bran Flakes just because he
lMrt Itl But IMS know it acts as a
precaution against constipadoa flakes belongs oo this prorcn
resoltine from lack of balk La program: Regular exercise i i
the diet. A daneeroos condition, fresh fruits and vegetables s s
water to drink between meals.
And a generous serving of Post's
Start now! Serve it regularly to
often the unsuspected cause of
Post's Bran Flakes helps to
t-.- w-mm .ft- -Vila emnKTc-
For it provides the bulk you need your family. They'll love id And
but that so many diets lack. Thus youll see how it helps to keep
it helps to prevent intestinal mil of you fit and rtzUr. A
sluggishness and to insure sr product of General Foods.
A good night's sleep in & roomy berth while S00
miles of your California trip click smoothly by this
is one of the advantages of going there by train.
Our popular tourist fares entitle you to travel in a
coach or a Pullman tourist sleeping car all the way to
California or you can ride in a coach during the day
and take a berth for the night only, paying as little
as $1.50 for an upper, $1.83 for a lower.
Tourist deeping cars are not as luxurious as regu
lar Pullmans, but the berths are the same size, with
clean white sheets and plenty of blankets. Porter
service is included.
You'll save money on our new "Meals Select," too.
Complete luncheons and dinners for 80c to $125 and
breakfasts for 60c to 90c.
EXAMPLES OF TOURIST TARES FROM SALEM TO
A. F. NOTIL Agent
Passenger Depot, 13th & Oak, TeL 4408
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