Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 14, 1914, STREET EDITION, Page NINE, Image 9

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOTJBNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1914.
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WANT ADS work continually they never cease until their tasks are suc
cessfully pe f rmed. Each day those litth. wouder workers faithfully de
liver their message to the people of Salem and nearby towns who have
learned their value.
s ble to secure eP10?"1611' by CB"in8 personally urou those you hear
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LODGE DIRECTORY (Continued).
im reliable seller.
sranteed or no
L i VwrBies, Mulligan
iU wit 0' the state
fln-Oraduate of Chiro
Uttis Head, Davenport,
' have tried everything
, 3 Mlief, try Chiroproe
?,uistetrts nd get wel
i-.'j U 8. National Bank
hm Maia 87- Kesidence
I-
m DVE WORKS We
i Mies' and gentlemen's
sua. First class work, rea
jU Goods failed for and
I A. Hugilt, proprietor.
I 4 Court street.
I UUNDR?
ilST LONGER With our
fA Established 20 years:
i-r.. south side, between
Si Hijh. Hop Lee.
jU FtUSITCRE bought
-,:hAiu;ed. Highest prices
V Hiiuttd goods. See us
i jell. Wir sprei'hen
; Furniture Co., 247
? ffliil Street. Phone GS4.
j'(pr.d for second-hand
injes. hardivtre, tents.
1'irrr the most complete
awe articles in town at
I price. 0. L. McPeek, 271
ir(ial it Phone Main
J.VIHI0 PHYSICIANS
;WHITE tad R. W. WAL-
ppjthie phvsicians and
jniiuti . Graduates of
J 3Awl of Osteopathy,
i i rout gradiuvte and
I i' diseases at Los
f2. Treat acute and
f'w Consultation free.
,!jnt. Office 505-506 U.S.
&k builiiiuir. Phone SS9
r-46 North Capitol street.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
TER NO. 1. B. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. J.
T. Welch, Ex. High Priest; Lot L.
Pearce, secretary.
HODSON COUNCIL NO. 1, R. & S. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
each month. Masonic Temple. L. 8.
Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Master;
Clenn C. Niles, Recorder.
DE MOLAVT COMMANDER Y, N. 5, K.
T. Regular conclave fourth Friday
in each month, at 3 o'clock p. in., iu
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us. P. R. Davis, E. C;
Frank A. Turner, Recorder.
t.UADWKJK CHAPTER NO. 37, O. E.
S. Regular meeting every fust and
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma
sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey,
W. M., Ida M. Babeock, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 52'll, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Masonic Hall, corner Court nnd
Liberty Btreets. Elevator service. II.
L. Born, V. C; Ray A. (Jrant, clerk.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Wednesday
at 8 p. m. in Mooso Hall. W. O. As
seln, M. A.; Ivan G. Martin, secre
tary, Masonic Temple.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Till.ion,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investigation.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night a 8 o'clock in
McCornack block. C. 0. Matlock, C.
C; C. G. McElroy, clem, 519 Court
street, phone 305.
MISCELLANEOUS
ROOM AND BOARD tn modern homo.
$5.00 $5.50 per week. Phone 534-R,
301 North Cottage.
R. J. HERSCHBACH Blacksinithing,
woodwork, automobile springs made
and repaired. All work guaranteed
strictly first class. 258 Chemeketa
street.
AGENTS Sell guaranteed hosiery; 70
per cent profit; make $10 daily. Or
ders repeat regularly; best agent's
seller in existence. International
Mills, West Philadelphia, Pa
TOR RENT
-VVEXGEB-CharlM Soos
f WMttind refiisn f !i
TP m "onthly contracts
"iwm. lards and cess
f J. 0ffi,,e S(ate f
f aan 2247. Residence
Ioietakees
CLorGH-C.B.Wcbb, A.
f-?M:cians and fu.i a:
I f i v? 011 niployed
hA' Main 133.
Jiain ill
C0AL
tbTJ?7.wodIfoar.
to suit.
;- s5 r Tfade street.
KaSSlgMall, prop.
t5? COMPANY
"c J h s,rei't8-
.-."fiOffiECTOBY
.fe'ing at 3
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, close in,
aesiraoie location. 305 High Bt.
rOR Rl.NT Modern 7-roora house. 5
blocks from iiigli school. Inquire U87
N. Front St.
WANTED.
WANTED TO RENT Small rniuh, 40
to i 50 acres, stocked preferred. U. W.
Witte, 1045 .Innies Nveiiue. Salem.
A man is living the
lie has no kick cimiing.
simple life if
Caught a Bad Cold.
"I.nst winter my son caught a very
bad cold aud the wav he couched was
something dreadful," writes Mrs.
inrah h. Duncan, of Tipton, Iowa. " We
thought sure he was going into con
sumption. We bought just one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nnd that
one bottle stopped his cough and cured
his cold completely." For sale by all
dealers.
" A dime in the hand is better than a
dollar mark on paper.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and
Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, persuad
ed mo to try a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
After taking one dose of it I was cured.
It nlso cured others I gave it to,"
writes M. E. Gebhnrt, Oriole, Pa. That
is not nt all unusual. An ordinary at
tack of diarrhoea can almost invariably
be cured by one or two doses of this
remedy. For sale by nil dealers.
It takes a woman to love a ninn be
cause he doesn't deserve it.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
When Father Time tries to overtake
a woman she makes faces at him.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
walking distance. Phone 20S1M, or
tall 123 North Liberty street.
3 A. M. ri. --"iiauce
n.r. "'luaei, recorder;
fTrnr:
H v. colli
NEW MODERN house to rent, near
school and car line; cheap if taken
at once. Square Deal Renltv Co.
FOR RENT Four room house, wood
shed, good well, chicken house; on
car line; 1255 South Twelfth. $8.00
per month. Inquire first house north.
BACHELOR ROOMS FOR STUDENTS
Furnished apartments,, modern, $2
H 5 per month. Five blocks to
university, two to school, one to car
line, grocery nenr. Phone S71.
Reeves Gnrntre. Capitol nnd Union.
fob sale
FOR RENT Small dwelling in biisi
ness district. Phone 419, Carey P.
Martin.
I'OR
SALE A small farm nn ninin
road, $150 per acre. Address A, F. O.
care of Journal.
WOOD FOR SALE First and second
ftrowth fir. Address J. B. Penny, Sa
lem. Route 8.
TEN-ACRE TRACT $1 tOO; onlv $200
dow n, balance on easy terms. Becli
tel & Bynon. 347 State.
FOR SALE A good single top buggy;
T".,v win taice
iu Heilcvue street
soma tradj.
Phone 331-V.
TEM FOR SALE-12xlO; also cheap
uSgv and hack. Phillip Gilbert,
route 3. box 119, Liberty district.
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rOR SALE At hard times prices, city
Property and farm land. Square Deal
Realty Co., 304 U. S. Bank building.
FARM
farm
BARGAIN Beautiful USacre
well imoroved nn Hmvoli ir,.:.
rie. -tWO j.r aere; terms.- Berhtel 4:
Kni.n, ,7 state St.
' "err -i
5ra.vv'. ,llarjl,T
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fven-
FOR SALE One of the best suburban
nes, iVi miIea
tome and see it.
JL Law.
south of Snleni.
Price richt: terms.
Phone 2501-J-3.
Rnfi 7. 6 Brown gtorn hens, 8
thiol 0rP,DStn roosters, 100 tittle
L" ' "vme init 'arge; cheap !t ta-
.V-nh r:;. ; "uno:,u-' W. Fisher, Route 4
HOME CHEAP-Fr the next
with t 1 bffer m-r f0z-v omf,
a 'um,lt turmtire, for sale at
IZ, '" room!'- Bwl well
trl ' Uncfli- 't of bearing fruit
M t ehk'ken lark: no
b ni"rT,tilre: mnn Payment down.
' per monfh- lr cent.
Bhtel A Bvnon. 347
Sell
VAbim f
A Lame Back Kid i f y Trouble Causes
It
It don't take long for kidney and
bladder trouble to give you a lnme
back, and even worso if not checked.
Mrs. H. T. Strnynge, Gainesville, Ga.,
was fairly down on her back with kid
ney trouble and inflamed bladder. She
says: "I took Foley Kidney pills and
now my back is stronger than in years,
and kidney trouble and painful blad
der sensation have entirely gone."
Good druggists are glad to sell Foley
Kidney-Pills because they always help.
Thev contain no hnhit-fonning drugs.
J. C. Perry.
A tightwad is a man who has more
money than friends and is glad of it.
Keeps Your Liver Healthily Active.
Cleanses Your System Thoroughly.
A man in Kentucky just told a friend
that Foley Cathnrtic Tablets were the
most wonderful medicino that had ever
entered his system. Said he would not
be without them. Neither would y u,
if you had ever tried them for chronic
constipation or for an occasional purge.
Better for you fhan calomel. Keeps
your liver active. Stout people can't
find anything to equal them for com
fort. j C. Perry.
Manv a sneaker makes dents in the
table who can't even make an iiupres
sion ou his audience.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Manv a man who tried to get rich
quick yesterday is hunting a job to
la v.
Dizzy Head, Fluttering Heart, Tloating
Specks.
These are sisns of kidney nnd Wad
der trouble. You'll have headaches,
too, backache and be tired all over.
Don't wait longer, but begin taking
Folev Kidney Pills at once. It won't
be lonr before your miserable sick feel
ing will be gone. You will sleep well,
eat well and grow strong nnd nctive
ngnin. They are a tonic aud your en
tire system as well as kidneys and blad
der will be benefitted by their use. Try
them. J. C. Perry.
A woman can think an awful lot of
a man for a few days after b"coining
his widow.
Cost Kept Down Quality Kept Up.
No better medicine could be made
for coughs, solds, croup, hoarseness,
tickling throat, bronchitis, etc., than
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
That's why they can't improve the
quality, and war or no war, the price
remains the same. E. J. Sargent, Dallas,
Tex., says: "I believe Foley's Honey
and Tar has no equal, for it completely
relieved me of all symptoms of tubercu
losis and my cough has entirely disap
peared." Don't accept any substitute,
for Foley's Honey and Tar is the best.
,T. C. Perrv.
1 SalemFence
Works
R. B. FLEMING
Proprietor.
i American Fence
In all heights and grades. Tor
Stock, Hogs and Poultry. Farm
Gates, Wood and Iron, Wain and
Barb Wire. Hop Hooks.
Paints, Oils and Varnish.
Rubber Roofing. Cedar Fence
Posts.
250 COURT ST. Phone 121
Back of Chicago Store.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
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r Telephone Directory
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LAST PASSENGER PIGEON.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Telephone
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Bank end Trust Bldg . 535
CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST.
Dr. P. H.. May, 300-307 Hubbard Building Main 881
Opera House Tharmacy, corner Court and High streets Main 1459
Perry' Bcxull Store, 113 South Commercial Main 979
EVEEYTHTNO ELECTRICAL.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
ELECTRIC" WDZINO AND SUPPLIES.
Geo. Pettingil, 153 North Liberty street Main 187
FISH, CLAMS, OYSTERS, CRABS.
Satem Fish & Poultry Market, 173 South Commercial Btreet Main 2123
FURNITURE, CABPETS, DRAPERIES.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets : Main 593
GROCERIES.
L. M. Boggs k Co., 197 South Commercial Main 311
HARDWARE AND PAINTS.
Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial .; Main 172
JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING.
John G. Barr Company, corner State and Liberty Main 1255
LAUNDRIES.
Salem Steam Laundry. 130 South Liborty . Main 25
MILK AND CREAM.
Cedar Bend Dairy, C. W. Dixen & Co Farmers 74-F-3
PRINTING AND LEGAL BLANKS.
Boss E. Moores & Co., 191 South Commercial street Main 218
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING.
T. M. Darr, 104 South Commercial street Mala 192
UNDERTAKERS.
Bigdon-Bichardson Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 183
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Jim Willson, 141 North High street Main 474
STORAGE, TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE.
Salem Truck 4 Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main 74
STOVES AND BEDDING.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets 1. Main 593
SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT.
M. Dolan, 130 North Liberty street
WALL PAPER. PAINTS AND OILS.
W. J. Porter, 455 Court street Main 485
Dn Stone's v
Poison Oak Remedy
if
"i
if
",v.l Til
4 snow white
medicine, soft
snd soothing to
the skin, appliod
every ho u r at
once relieves and
soon cures
POISON OAK.
Price 25c and 50c
For sale by all
druggists and -;
DR. STONE'S
Drugstore
The only cash drug store in Oregon,
owes no one, and no one owes it; car
ries large Btock; its shelves, counter!
and show cases are loaded with drugs,
medicines, notions, toilet articles, wines
and liquors of all kinds for medicinal
purposes. Dr. Stone is a regular gradu
ate in medicine and has had manj
years of experience in the practice
Consultations are free. Prescription!
are free and only regular price for
medicine. Dr. Stone can be found at
his drug store, Salem, Oregon, from
6:40 in the morning until 8 at night.
Free delivery to all parts of the eity
and within a radius of 100 miles.
As the canoe season is drawing to
a close, the only excitement of sum
mer courtship soon will be the possibil
ity of matrimony.
Mother of Eignteen Children.
"I am the mother of eighteen child
ren and have the praise of doing more
work than any young woman in my
town," writes MrB. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va. "I suffered for five years
with stomach trouble and could not eat
as much as a biscuit without suffering.
I have taken three bottles of Cham
berlain's Tablets and am now a well
woman nnd weigh 108 pounds. I can
cat anything I want to, and as much as
I want, and feel better than I have at
any time in ten years. I refer to any
one in Boone Mill ov vicinity and they
will vouch for what I say." Chum
berlain's Tablets are for snle by all
dealers.
If it's for sale, a Journal
Want Ad will sell it.
In a cage in a public park at Cin
cinnati, the Inst survivor of a dying
rare is perishing. Its death, perhaps,
is not a matter of great importance,
nor is it, at the same time, without
its significance. When the veteran
lassenger pigeon in the Cincinnati
cngo bieathcs it last the species dies
witn it. ritty years have uot passed
since these , birds were numbered bv
the million. Their Bwift fliuhts
larkeueil the skies, and a dnv'u length,
from dawn to dark, did not suffice nt
times to mark the passiug of a single
tlocK. loiluv only ono remains.' In
less than Imif a centurv the race Tias
become extinct.
Tho dying bird iu Cincinnati is 30
years old. When it winged its first
flight its fellows Bt i 1 1 were numerous.
Thoy flew iu countless legibns ' f roin
the gulf to tho lakes and vast flocks
of them were to be seen in tho fiolds
ami meadows of Indiana. Men now
of middle age saw them, in their boy
hood, in numbers still aimt.ing. AVhcii
this lust survivor, however, was first
made prisoner, the passenger pigeon
was passing. In tho brief lifetime of
a single bird the race had bcou of-
faced. Huthless slaughter had wrought
its havoc and only a drooping captive
survived.
Nuturalistn have sought in vain tho
country over for a pair from which tho
race might be revided. The offer of
generous rewards piled even to dis
cover a mate fur the lonely prisoner.
And now, even for her, the end hbs
come. Jlut the fnte that has befalleu
this race has not been without some
conipciiHation. It drew attentiou, at
least, to the necessity for protecting
our nntivo birds from indiscriminate
slaughter. And from laws resulting
projected merely as means of protec
tion, wo have gone still another step
until, today, we do whatever wo can,
not alone to protect the birds, but to
increase their nunirieis.
We have learned a, good lesson and,
though we gained our knowledge at
tiio expense of tho extinction of tho
passenger pigeon, the passing of the
species has not been in vain. It is
safe to say that if human menus can
prevent, this tragedy of the bird king
dom will not bo repeated.
ChildronCry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Among the new dunces bidding for
public fjvor are the fox trot, the In-lu-fa-do,
ta-tno and furlann. Vet some
people wonder at the increase of insanity.
GOLD DUST FLOUR
Made by U '
SYDNEY POWER COMPANY
Sydney, Oregon
Made for Family Est.
Ask your grocer for It. Bisii
and shorts always on hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agent
CLIP THIS COUPON
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I Capital I Journal J
Tn indicate you sre regular reader you musl present Four Coupons
like this one.
The National Embroidery Outfit is guaranteed to be
the greatest collection and biggest bargain in patterns ever
offered. The 200 patterns have a retail value of 10 cents
each. Bring FOUR Coupons and 68 cents to this office and
you will be presented with One Complete Outfit. Including
Book of Instructions and one All Wood Leaded Hoop and
10 skeins of silk. The 68 cents is to cover duty, express,
handling and the numerous overhead expenses of getting
the package from the factory to you.
jy Out of town readers add S cents for postage
' and expense of mailing.
Warranty Deeds.
W McC.ilchrist et ux to K Haxelton,
land in H 2'J Nob llii) Annex. 41.
K Iln.elton to W McCilehrist, land
in B 2l Nob Hill Annex.!.
V C Winslow et ux to K 1, Morgan
et ux, Hi acres in T 8 S 1! 2 W. it.
M II Conner to C H Krnst, 40 acres
In T 4 8 K 2 V. H1.
W Wesnlotowski et al (sheriff) to
V C Winslow, l.titi ares iu T 8 8 It
2 $miii.(io.
O P Dckum to H L Balph, lot 8
B 2 l'nrrish add "A" Hulcm. flOO.
J II McDonald et ux to M Liebi
Trachsol. lot () B U Sulem. 5S0, .
L I, Parks et ux to S C Stoner et
ux, hind in B 1 Mrs Cllnrs add, Wood
burn. Lf00.
Snlcm Bunk & Trust Co to F Bern-.
dorf ncr. lots 1 and 2 1) 6 Nob Hill An-
IK'X. it 100.
K K ?pykor to F Berndorfner, lot
3 and i B 0 Nob Hill Annex. $100.
Despondency
Is often caused by indigestion and
constipation, and quickly disappears
when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken.
For sale by all dealers,
COLUMBIA RIVER TO
RECEIVE NEEDED COIN
Washington, Sept. I I. Regardless of
tho decision to reduce the rivers and
harbors bill from i3,000,000 to $34,000,
000, Senator Burton will continue his
opposition. He says the actual reduc
tion is but 300,000, the other redue
toiiis being in continuing contracts not
requiring Immediate funds.
Tho commerce committee at a meet
ing Inst night pruned 19,000,000 from
the bill including $3,000,000 for the
Ohio river, $2,000,000 for the Missis-
fsippi and other largo projects in the
! 8UI110 proportion.
I Tho only Oregon project reduced wa
, the Columbia river, which wan placed
at $1,000,000 cash and $1,500,000 addi
tional tinder continuing contract.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
The Kind YonihY8 Always Bought '
Bears the
Signature
Want Ads work like chain lightning.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Eeal Estate Security,
THOSK.FOBD
' Ivor LaHd Bu'h Bsi k, Salem, Ore gov
IPRen, Schuebel & Hesse
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Deutscher Advokat
518. 519, 520 Railway Exchange Building
Portland, Oregon
Phone Main 6376
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Time Table, Portland Division.
Northbound.
16 Oregon Express ........ . 5:00 a.m.
10 Albany Bassongcr 7:21 a.m.
28 Willamette Limited ...... 9:27 s.m.i
12 Shasta Limited ...
Southbound.
Lv. Portland Ar. Bslem
6:10 a.ra 1 8:32 sjs.
7:30 a.m S 9:67 SJO.
8:20 a.m 5 Limited .....10:10 m.m.
10:40 a.m 7 12:65 p.m,
2:10 p.m 9 4:33 pjau
n m 11 . An.f nm
,.12:35 p.m. I 4.45 p m J3 Limited ..... 6:35 p.m.
0:00 p.m 17 Local 8:15 p.m.
11:23 p.m.
. 2:05 .m,
18 Portland Passenger
zu t'ortiana t'assenger o:m p.m. 1 o.jg p,m 19
14 Portland Express 8:00 p.m.! j. 45 pm gl Owl
ttir uuctu f ajr x'lciui. w.uts b.iii. j
222 Portland Thrnnirh Frt 10:38 n.m. ! .
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15 California Kxpress 3:32 a.m
17 Roseburg Passenger 11:10 a.m,
19 Cottage Grove Pass 4:40 p.m.
27 Willamctto Limited 6:11 p.m.
11 Shasta Limited 5:43 p.m.
9 Albany Passenger 8:45 p.m.
j 6:30 a.m
I 4:45 p.m
Lv. Eugene
, 7:33 a.m
11:10 a.m
1:50 p.m
Northbound
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13 San FrnnciBcn Ktnrnsi..l0:38 n.m. I V '"
225 Local Way Freight 9:27 a.m.!,'!:0', am
221 San Fran. Thro' Frt.-..12:01 a.m.! . .
Salem 'Gear Branch. balein
73 Passenger Ar. Salcra 9:25 a.m. :35 V-m
76 Mixed, Leave Salem 10:00 a.m.!
75 Mixed, Arrive Halem.... 3:00 p..m.!
74 Passenger, Leave Kalom 5:00 p.m. il'T. Salem
Salem, Falls City & Western. I :20 p.m
Motor leaves
161 Salem for Fall City 7:00 a.m. L. Ha'em
103 Salem for iilack Rock....9:45 .m. 2:15 a.m....
165 Sulom for Falls city 1-40 p.m.! 8:35 a.m....
107 Salem for Falls City 3:25 p.m.; 10:15 a.m. .
189 Salem for Dallas 6:15 p.in.iLv. Salem
239 Dly frt. balemBlk Bock .6:00 a.m.; 1:00 p.m....
Motor leaves Ar. Salem
102 Falls City.... 7:30 a.m. 8:40 a.m.!
164 Falls City.... 9:30 a.m. 11:25 a.m.; Lv. Salem
160 Black Rock. 1:05 p.m. 3.15 p.m.; o:iu p.in.
168 Falls City..- 3:43 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
170 t ails uty.. 8:4" p.m. 7:4o p.m.
240 Black Bock 6:00 a.m. 1:35 n.m.t
10 Ltd.
.. 14 ....
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Ar. Bslea
8:30 a.m.
6:50 p.ro,
Ar. Salem
9:45
.. 1:50 p.m,
.. 4:00 r.m,
7:60 p.m.
... 2 Owl 3:10 a.m,
Southbound.
Ar. Albany
9 6:35 p.mJ
Ar. Eugens
7:05 p.m.
Ar. Albany,
9:15 p.au
Stops at Albany
At. Eugene
- 7:50 a.m.
..11:05 am.
.12:25 p.m.
Ar. Albany,
7 2:05 p.rol
Stops at CArvaUia
20 p.m.
Ar. Eugene
13 8:46 p.m,
17
21 Owl
1
- 6 Ltd
OEEGON ELECTEIC RAILWAY CO.
Nortbbound. 8 30 "
Leaves Salem Arrives Portland ! 8:27 a.m.
Train Ho. 12:12 P-1"-
4:25 a.m 2 Owl .. 8:55 an.i 2:3fl P1".
6:30 a.m 6 8:45 am. 25 p.m.
8:00 a.m 8, Local 10:20 a.m.! :05 p.m.
9:45 a.m 10 Limited 11:35 a.m.;
1:50 p.m.-, 14 4:10 p.m.!Ly. Salem
11:20 a.m. 12 1:45 p.m.! 8:35 a.m.
4:00 p.m 15 Limited 6:50 p.m.l0:15 a.m.
4:15 p.m 18 , 6:40 p.m. 4:33 p.m.
6:50 p.m 20 .. 8:15 pjn. 1:00 p.m.
7:50 p.m 22 -10:00 p.m, 6:40 p.m. .
COBVALLIS CONNECTIONS.
Northbound.
Lv. Corvallis Ar. Bal4st
Southbound.
8:00 ass. .
9:45 am, -1:50
p.m
4:00 pan, ..
. 6:50 p.nt, -7:50
p.m.
. CorralU 1
-10:05 aj
.11:34 a.m.
0:03 pja,
2:30 pas,
7:57 pjs.
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