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M Capital Journal
BY MOICEK BROTHBRSi
TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1890.
THE ADVOCATES OK INTERNA
In the coining prcslduntliil cam
paign I iissumo wo. shall leave out of
the dlftCUKslon nil such quest lout, iih to
whether litis lejrlslnttirc or that, this
stato administration, this man or
Hint man, In the better, but whether
gold monometallism or Independent
bimetallism are the better lluanee
Rvstcni for our country. I assume
men of intelligence will lay aside
bailiwick politics and personalities
nnd discuss tirliicinlus. The advocates
of gold monomelalllsm so early and
persistently appropriated the term
"sound money" that they have
coupled their came to a good name
and constantly get the benefit of It,
while they continually urge tln-lr ob
jections to bimetallism on I he grounds
of dishonesty nnd. Injustice. Tliey
admit the questionable perfect Lit of
"the present gold standard" by pro
fessing anxiety to displace It with in
ternational bimetallism as soon as
they can reach anagreement ltli the
"leading commercial nations."
I do not impugn the motives of
gold standard advocates who profefes
to favor ultimate free coinage of sil
ver through International agreement.
Hut I do deny tout claim of V. 13.
Monv, T. T. UvJkjr, MioOregonlan
and Salem KMtosmuu that ihe are
the only true blmetalllsts, ami lhat
tho advocates of luilopumleni free
coinage 10 to 1 are silver mouomct
nlllsts. I deny tlie correctness of
Senator Mellrldcs position, which I
understood to bo malntainauco of the
liresent gold standard until we can
compel an international agreement,
by levying discriminating duties
against gold standard countries. If
tho gold standard oporatcs as a dis
crimination against our commerce wo
do not want It. If silver monomet
allism, or going to a Hllvcr basis,
oporatcs as a protective tar I IT cqunl
to 100 percent in favor of Japan and
Moxlco, Is It not preferable to a gold
monometallism that oporatcs against
I imagine my friends Gcor and
Mooro will exclnlm: "What? Do
you want to pltiugo our laboring men
down to tho low lovel of pqon wngcB
nt ten cents a day? Is that tho elTcct
or your proposed silver standard? 1
will Bay, no; we do not want the low
wages of thoso countries. Hut huyo
wo not under the gold standard been
constantly approaching tho low wago
level European gold standard
countries? And we can prove that
wages, while low, have boon advanc
ing In the silver standard countries
Tho b:st evidence that a stiver
standard operates nsn protective tarllT,
is tho fact that under it Mexico Is
building railroads and factories, Is
producing all of the common articles
of trado formerly purchased abroad,
nnd is with her own energies ousting
all tho manufactures of countries
working on a gold standard.
Tho mere faot of Mexico being a
silver producing and a silver currency
country, is said to equal a cent per
cent protective tarllT, says tho London
lllmotalllst, (Juno 1600.) Tho samo is
truu of Japan, ltussla, and other sil
ver standard countries. While tho
blmetulllsta of our country do not
advocate silver monometallism, and
do not want tho wago system of the
silver standard countries, yet thoy
can point to facts like above, and com
pare them with tho falling prices, low
wages Jand distress ol agriculture In
tho old-world gold standard countries,
uml thoy Imvo nothing to fear by tho
I want to return to tho olulm of tho
gold standard geiitlomcn that thoy
are tho only blmotnltlst and that tho
only bimetallism possible Is under
"tho present gold standard," or by
International agreement. They will
not deny tho general fall of prices,
Which lias beau so conspicuous tho
past twenty years, If they admit
this, and I do not understand that
thoy deny that a rlso In prices would
tako place under free coinage, tho
only question is, what Iioihj havothoy
tit International ngrcifinenty .
Tni.M hi t. rf..r tiieiii to the
ity, F. W. Taussig, profess 6f Pollt-
leal Economy of Harvard University
on "Tho Silver Situation," page 851,
where ho admits that "an internn
"tlonal agreement has proved to be
"simply Impracticable, and that If the
wider use or silver Is to be deferred
until there Is concerted action by the
great nations, It will never come. If
"anything in this direction Is to bo
"done, some (ino com; try must lc cour
"ngcous enough to take tho lead, trust
"lug that others will follow In duo
"time. And certainly It is true that
"THK BCIIBMK KOK JNTKUNATIONaI..
IIIMKTAM.1HM HAH 1'HACTIOAM.Y NO
"I'JtOSl'ECT OK ADDITION." f
I trust I shall not be accused of try
ing to put the gentlemen who say
they are the only blmetalllst In a
hole. Hut they harp so much about
tho dishonesty and Injustice or the
fifty cent dollar, which they hope to
bring to the rescue of sulTerers from
the American money famine, that I
am sure they will feel relieved to
know Unit their scheme "has practi
cally no prosiwct or adoption."
Weather and Crops.
Following Is weather and crop re
port for the week ending July 20, 1890:
"Weather Another week of warm,
dry weather, and during the wcoK
snokeset In. Tho temperature1 for
tho week averaged "0.5 degrees In the
lntjrlor valleys and some 12 degrees
lower along tho const; It Is seldom
Mint higher temperatures prevail than
those which have been experienced
during the past week. At Hoicburg
and In the valleys U tho south the
maximum temperature was above 00
degrees every day. Tho night tcni
poratures wero from 58 to "0 degrees
The air was quite dry, so that the
heat has not been markecly uncom
fortable; owing to tho dryness or tho
air during tho heated portion of the
year sunstroke and prostration from
heat are unknown.
Crops Tho weather conditions have
been unfavorable to tho growth and
development of vegetation. The
tlntlorlng prospects which prevailed
up to July 1 linvo dlsappered and now
tho conditions, aru not even uncnunig-
lnir. Tho delay In fall and winter
sowing caused much grain to lw sown
In May and the Tore part or Juno; this
will not make good hay; rail and
wintor-sowu grain will bo nearly an
averaue: oats are ironcnilly poor. The
grain crop Is beyond tho period when
It would bo botietlttcd by rain. Wheat
harvest was commenced last week In
tho southern counties, and will bo
geuoral this week throughout the
Wlllainctto valloy. Hay harvest Is
about over, and tho crop has been
Hops aro in bloom; In thoso yards
Where thoy were well attended thoy
aro In good condition. Tho hop pro
duct will not bo an avorago this year,
owing to tho low prlco and so many
yards haying been plowed up, and
many, too, not having been worked.
There Is no change In tho fruit
prospects; chorrles and strawberries
arc about over; peaches -are ripening
qui to rapidly; raspberries aro drying
up and blackberries will not bo tho
crop that was expected, owing to tho
dry weathor; prunes hayo not been
further Injured, but tho crop will be
far from an avorago ouo, and apples
will bo a fair crop; melons aro doing
well and promlso good returns.
Gardens arc greatly In need of rain;
owing to tho dry period late planted
potatoes will make a poor crop, while
early planted will make a good crop.
Grapes aro very promising and aro
doing well, l'asturago Is becoming
poor. Corn has made a good growth,
but now shows tho Injurious effects of
tho dry period.
Crop prospects, on tho whole, aro
about as poor as they over were In
There Is no prospect of rain. The
middle and latter part of July Is al
ways tho warmest part of the, yoar
bunco continued warm weuthur may
bo expected .
Hop men report that hops that have
not been very well cultivated have
been considerably Injured by tho con
tinued excessive hot weather, Asa
groat many yard havo not been very
highly cultivated this season owing
to tho poor prospects of a good price,
the proportion that has been unvoted
Is qulto large. Hops that were well
attended to aro far enough advanced
VU K Mw)s B0pw i
'0 HUN Huwa 'A 'N
puvja Bi3 upjta trig
sJMtiptjnuvm oi() JL panstir, mou
ha ui so, pmoi ini 1ol oitlll V
HnVHHlNVJNIpur chca or oncc
... " a! Imrans nlwavs.
I ill III! Mil
and have sulllclent strength to with-
Uiln but 1tlo BtrengtU nnrt ,,ro
wilting and drying up under the hot
rays of the sun. Eugene Guard.
The Willamette Hop Growers' Asso
ciation or Tolk county, met last Sat
urday and decided that at their next
reirular meeting which comes on tlie
first dnv or Amrust. they would con
sider the advisability or picking hops
and also the price to be paid for same
this year. They also extend an Invi
tation to all hop growers of Dallas,
Hiicna Vista, and surrounding coun
try to bo present at that tltno and
Join with them In discussing all mat
ters or Interest, such as uniform-price
to bo paid ror picking hops, etc., this
Pick Their Own Hops.
Hop pickers will have to turn their
attention to sonic other occupation
this season. There will be llttlo done
In that line even by those who have
not plowed up their hops. It depends
a good deal on the price at which
the hop market opens, whethomnnny
hop raisers' will hire pickers outside
or their own families and their regu
lar hired help. They will, ir the price
Is low, only pick what they can with
such help as they now have, and the
remainder will be allowed to go to
waste. Considering the large acreage
or hops plowed up, and that which
has not been cultivated, tho hop
yield lu tho Willamette valley will be
light this year. Dayton Herald.
Only a tew hop raisers In Skagit
county have In crops this year.
Dennis Storrs, tho leading hop
grower or that county, plowed In all
but 25 acres this spring, and says that
H tho prospect doo- not brighten up
in a short tlmo ho will turn under the
entire acreage. Washington Farmer.
Tho valuation of hops exported
from the United States In 1805, was
1,000,000 against $3,800,000 In 1891.
Tho total production of hops lu
tho world in 1801 wiiBl,12(),0O0contnl8,
of which Austria Hungary produced
It Is reported that the hop growers
In the Huttovlllo district will pay
only 25 cents per box ror picking hops
this year, as they cannot afford to
pay any moro.
The estimated yield of hops in So
noma county this year Is 0000 bales,
lu 1801 the yield was 1551 bales and In
18051050 bales. Owing to low prices,
some growers did not cultivate yards.
Three cents a pound have been olTcrcd,
but growers aro disposed to wait for
A CIOOI) l'AlMIlt.
With the last numberortho Oregon
Agriculturally, that paper enters
upon Its second volume. Tho Agri
culturalist has with no uncertainty
pushed itseir to tho front ranks of Its
class of Journalism. Tho editors
aro practical up-to-date and arc
giving their readers tho full worth of
their liionoy. Ts'o farmer can afford to
bo without the best agricultural papor
published in his state and beforo
taking a (rorelgu to your locality)
paper this should bo considered. This
papor has so tar t rcated every subject
of agriculture lu a very able manner
and wo bespeak ror it the only true
reward Tor their labor success. This
paper Is printed lu Portland. Price
50 cents n year.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot le cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
V. J.CltENKV & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known 1". J,
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
WEST V 1ROAX. Wholesale Druecists.
YVAUilNO, JKINNAN $ Marvin, Wholesale
Druggist, Toledo, O.
lull' Catarrh Cure is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75 c, per bottle. Sold by all
When Baby wm sick, wo cto her CastorU.
When oIia wan Child, slio crlod for CastorU.
Wlipn she became II Us, she clung to CastorU.
When sho had Children, she kato them CutorU .
Hegliiulng with Sunday, Juno 21,
and on each succeeding Sunday, a
special oxcurslon train will leave Al
bany at 7 a. m., Corvallls 7:30 a. in.,
arriving at Yaqulna at 11:15 a. m.
lloturiilng, boat leaves Newport at
0:30 p. in. Train leaves Yanuliia
nt7p. m arriving at Corvallls at
10 p. m, and Albany at 10:30 p. m.
Juiro, good on this train only, from
Corvallls, Albany and Philomath to
Newport and return, 1.60.
II. h. Waluijn, II. H. Lowman,
Agent, Albany. Agent.Corvallls.
Corvallls, Juno 17, 1800.
Thoro'a moro clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. ,lHoo
Cako" soap contains no frcoutkall and
will not injuro tho ilucst laco. Try it
and notice tho dirfereuco in quality.
Having Hoe Cake Soap a
I "A Scorcher." w g
$ Itear 1 wLM mm ,2
Tobacco Dealers say, that
"BATTLE AX" is a "scorcher"
because it sells so
Chewers say, it is a "scorcher be- $
cause JO cents' worth goes so fan It's g
as good as can be made regardless of a
cost. For JO cents you get almost
twice as much as you do of other
high grade brands.
9rSJFWPWWJfJfV VV v VJ7MTVI' V,
In pursuance of the requirements
or tno inw approved i'cnrtiury zo, laau,
notice Is hereby given that the follow-
Ins list or county warrants Issued
seven years prior to July 1, 189(1, havo
not been presented tor payment and
thoso enclosed In parenthesis having
been uncalled ror and still remaining
In my hand and custody, and unless
so presented ror payment at the olllcc
or the county tieasurcr, or Marlon
county, Oregon, on or bcroro August
20. 1800, said warrants will be can
celled and payment therein will be
refused, all lu accordance with tho ic
qulrcmeutsof. said law.
5080, Capital Adventure Co., .Inly,
(1120, S.W. .Morgan, July, 18S8, $8.10.
7270, Wilson D. McXury, December,
7-101,'w. H. Simpson, January, 1880,
7718.15. l'helps: January, 1880,830.
7781, J. W. Thomas, February, 1880,
8540, 1). W. Yoder, Jlay, 1880, $2.75.
(WARRANTS UNCALLED FOIL)
(8150, L.A. Vcrmech.Miircli 18, 1889'
(7835, W.ll. TrullliiBcr, February 7,
(7o:io, Dan llogers, January 11, 1889,
Runnels, Octobor 5,
(0517, L. U. I'ltman. Octobor 5. 1888.
(8001. A co A. Onieir. Mav 13. 1880.
0101. John A. Mel nt re. Auctist 8.
(0358, Gad Miller, September 7, 18S8,
(7380. llonrctta Late, December 8
(0120, H. l HolIIday, July 11, 1888,
(8222, K.N. O Irani, Mnral I), 1880,
(8031, Gimos Flsohor, May II), 1830,
(0555, John Flynn, Octobor 5, 1883,
(0357, A. Eolor, Soptombor 7, 1888,
(OHO, Chits. Crtulleld, Septomber 10,
(7&I3, Lewis Hurtinaii, February 8,
1880, $1.50.) .
(7510, Wm. Hrown, January 11, 1880,
(0351, Barnard lhirtonshaw, Soptom
bor 7, 18S8, $1.70.)
Hated this 3Qth day of June, A. 1
1800. L. V.Eulkn,
Seo llolso .& Harkor, agents for the
O. U. & N. and Union TacUlo railways
regarding special round trip rates to
tl)o Hopubllc.au national convention
ntSt. Louis, the petnocratlo national
convention at Chicago, Peoples party
convention at St. Louis, national con-
veuiion v. r. s. v. is. at wasiiington,
I). C, National educational Associa
tion at Hutralo, X. Y., and G. A. It.
national encampment at St. Paul,
ONCn MORO In harmony
v v. :h tho vforld, 2000
i ".iui'. vnr iiiriHi mmi nro
Husiuc. uappr prntbCi tot
W JlIlIX JUUS( 6UC-
Cvaful cur-j tvmexo
ut wca.urei and
Ml form, with tat.
vnuco4 and rroofu,
Vtjl bo Mt to BUfr
rorintjr cwti (wUl re. Full manly vlw
pwrnaasoily tstora, Puiluni luiuosstble.
.v . .1.
1 - . . 1 im
I iLJiA VVN? 'syfsw "own to
ill 4 ,,', fUSB- (trlll illnnrn. In
. 1 s 1 s ysit&u
RIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y.
fast Tobacco 0
BIDS FOR WOOD.
Scaled bids ror rtirnlshlng wood foi
lllC(;0Urt ,l(USC wi, f)e rceivc( at
the ollico or tho county clerk until 2
o'clock p.m. on the 5th day or August.
A. D., 1800, as follews: For 70 cords
of pole oak,and 20 cords or good, clear,
largo lrody llr.
Rids, however, will not be received
rrom one party or lirni tor more than
rromllvo to lirtccn cords or pole oak,
or ror more than live cords of largo
By order of the county court of
Marlon county, Oregon.
Dated atJSalein, Oregon, this 10tl
day or July, 1800.
Li. V. 1'JHLKN,
7-10 dot w3t
it's In Town.
You'll bo surprised.
Won't "yellow the clothes."
Won't burn your hnnds.
Nothing equals It.
neucr man soap.
Extra largo packages.
Soap Foam Washing Powder. .1
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of frass seeds,
FOR SALE Gentle family lioise and cooil
lop buRgy-cheaii. Apply to C. W, Scrilxsr,
boutli Commercial st. 14 tf
WOOD WANTED-Tcn cords of prime blc
fir, ten cords of grub oak and ten cords split
asli. Address, with price, XXX, care this
cffict 14 tf
THE OREGON PEACH BITTERS is now
reduced to $6.50 per dozen if the cash ac.
companies the order. Per bottle 75 cents,
bend direct to the manufacturer, H. Klas
Aumsvllle, Or. 79 Im '
HERffff-YOUR t:ilANCE.-A Propriet6r
wants to trade a good weekly newspaper office
n good ton for unincumbered improved Sa.
cm property, .-so opposition. Good rca.
tons. Information at tMs office. 6 18 tf
1"0R SALE1 Driving mare for sali.
; a bar-
gain; weicht about 1160; good traveler, In.
quire of Wm. Brown & Co. 30 tf
I'ORbALE At a ll.irnnin Kin .,;.!-. ..1
anu csrner lot, near city hall. For further
j'.-.vij.iiiiiiuire ar mis otlice. tj-i3
tor sale dinrEN'rso aewnsan ?
. out. rartiy Improved, wood and
pasture, good louse. large barn, 3 acres
bearing orchard.lot of small fruit.eood water.
W ood Muinpage can he had. Box uc. Salem
PASIURE-Firit class pasture lor horses
or cattle Just outh of Morningside. $1 00
a month Best grass and water. Inquire at
Joiknaj. office. 6 8 1 mo!
ItuSiti UOARD.-t.ocKl table board, with
home cooking, served in family style, only
3woek. 105 Commercial street. Via.im
CARPE1- PAPLR-Large lot of
1,-in wl"Hr'"g papenof ale cheap
the t)ting for puttin under carpets.
-- v . . . 1
watchmaker and iewller,
Makes . spoialty of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas dol i
C M. MACK
.SlicieKor lo l)r. J. M.iKtcn'1, old White
( 'oilier, Salem, Or. Parties ilesirtng mpcrlor
operations nt moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request.
Peter G, Norgren,
(Formerly wllh V. J. Ursen & Co )
Carriage and wagon shop, 320 Commercial
street, bring on yoar work, old or new, and
have it done with a guarantee or satisfaction.
6 26d&w tf
Attots nil mall nnd passenger trains, fine
jaqe and express to nil patls of the city,
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, l'HOP.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at I'atton's
store ' U
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
consideicd without delay
HAMILTON & MOIrt
Push tank buildinS.
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over bush's Dank,
T. K. FORDJ
F. VAN DER HAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
48 1 Winter street,
tyllard times prices always.
C. H. LANE,
it i' n avoid t , iU 11 )r
nrSulis Jis upv2rls. Imts$ upvanJsj
Mi's ilinml Mob.
The choicest mineral wnter in the m.vc.
S.l"m su plied bv C M. Epphy. n the
Electric Grocery, East State it.
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say we give the best mral in
town for 15c. We say try us and se-j.
S, KICHARDSON. PROP.
Second iloo' north of Httel Wlllametlr.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office! Willamette Hotel Oullillh'
For water service apply nt office. Uill
payable monthly in advance. Make .1
complaints nt the olficc.
There will be no deduction In water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notico is left at the office.
Jicreaiter water lor Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using watet
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walk, brick work and plastering will pleoe
read "under building purposes" pace 17 (
schedule of rates for 189.'). Apply nt oflic
I am prepared lo do all kinds of work in
wood and Iron. Repairing machinery ol
any kind or making and repairing stone cut
ters, tools and edged tools of any kind made
and repaired; wagons and buggies repaired,
and new ones made to order. Horseshoeing,
the best that can be done in town, hand
made nhocs. Phtes and running shoes care
fully attended to. Call at my stand, at loo
Chtmekela street, back of New York Racket
It. I. HERSCHBACH,
Vey 1 VrV
ON THE DOLLAR,
Ed, S, Lampartf
289 Commercial st
Has bought the Frank E Shalv
fer and the M, Beamer harness
stocks at forced sale. $4,000
worth oi goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar.
Sign of the White Horse.
Salem Steam Laundry
Plfn;( nnlir iUr r-.,t in notc
-. w, iiain locents
Under drawer nn,nni,
unrter m: i r :i :. .
"o.7V - - s iu locviiw
o-l,7i ...-.. l
a". "anuscercMeis 1 CenU
land other work in proportion. ' 'l
u ccts nni n nu t n i .....!
Planncls and other work lnj
lCU,geny Washed fay hand.
1 ft ii.j L.
187 Commercial street. M BROWN
equal to it for deseitJ, ", &
Call for it at II (J J i
WOLZ & MIESCKE, Prooj.
Dealars in all kinds of freih ml .dc,..,.
Ei?"Freili sausapn a siwc'ulu "
I7I COMMERCIAL ST
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train -Kunilii,, Utwtes
Portland and San Francisco.
Above trains stop at liautti'ordinJ, Oregon
City, Wo dburu, Salem, Turner, Muion,
Jeflcraon, Albany, Albany Junction. Tinjtti
SlicdiU, HaLey, llarrisburg, Junction City
Eup.enc, Crewll, Drain, and sil ititicei
fioin Koseburg to Ashland, Incluiire,
ROSP.llURO MAIL DAILY.
Soutli ,' ' 'North
:30 fun. " Iv.I'ortlantlur. 4:4t)p.m.
llnwn.iii. Iv. Salem lv. 2A)p.nL
fiO p.m. I ur. Kosc'b'if lv. 8a,iii.
4:00 p.m. I v. Portland ar. 10:l5a.m,
0:15 p.m. nr. Salem lv. 8.00a.m.
DINING CARS ON O'JDEN ItOUfE
PULLMAN UUFfKP 81.EEPEIW
,'n 1 .-. o'l.l i.!.h. ilesping can luaclsfltoill
ItetHceii Portland and Coitallls, Jul; In
cept Sunday. 1
15:15 p '") Ar-
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
ira.ns of Oregon Central & Eastern Kiilnsd.
Exprest train daily csccer I Sandiy.
H45 I. "'
7sS P. m.
f Ar. Mj
'oriland Ar. 1 taim.
McMinville Lr J yjot-m.
to oil points in the Eastern State. CwJ
and Europe can be obtained at lot rstei
from W.W. SKINNER, Ami, , SiImu
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. (J. h& P. A..
R. KOEIILER, Manager.
Eastern R. R- Company
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
-Connecting at Yaouina Hy
Francisco & Yaqulna liay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yaqulna every i dars to
Francisco. Coos llay. Port O.fonl, TrinKiia
and Hnmbolt Bay. uniirpasteil.
Passenger aewnwi ' V1 nSnlltf
Shorten route between the ." t'
and California. to Sab
Fare from Albany or pntalt wm t M gj
Francisco. Cabin. $6; "ll'-J&m
Bay and Port Orford, cablr. 6,
Bay. cabin J8 j round trip, good 60 dP.
clal. . ,,
K1V,K VV iv If Unit.
Steamers "Albany' and "Wm. .&,
newly furnished, leave " 'uil
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the same day at 5 P B'K?
leave Portland same day as abore at
arriving at Salem at 3 P m- rwliiu Or.
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