Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 28, 1914, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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quent insertion.
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ABSTRACTS
UN OX ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
that Protect. Our books posted up t)
date each morning, fall Muiu 12 ID
ami a messenger will call for your
abstract, tl. C. Hie-irmuud, president;
Wax C-ehlhur, secretary, State
M reet.
AUCTIONEER.
AUCTIONEER Salem's reliable seller.
1'arin sales solicited. Terms, 1 per
cent; satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Henry -M. Voorhios, Michigan
avenue, first street east of the state
fairgrounds.
CHIROPRACTIC SONOLOGIST
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic s Fomitain Head, Davenport
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no relief, trv Chiioprnc
tic spinal adjustments nud get well.
Office 400-7-S C. S. National Bunk
Building. Phono Main 87. Residence
Slain S'.'8-B.
CHIROPRACTIC DOCTOR.
FLORA A. UBRWSTKR, M. D. Xervo
sneeiulist. Chiropractic or spinal ad-
jt 'meats. We treat tha cause of
di:,'e only. Consultation and ex
amination free. Office 421M30-431
Hiihliard Bldg. Plmne MSI.
CHIROPRACTOR.
COXSVLT DU. MAY, experienced and
successful Chiropractor, for acute and
chronic disorder. Has practiced' five
years in Oregon, l-'ioo consultation.
Hours. ! to 12, I to (i. Phono SSI.
3li.---7 Hubbard lil.lg. Lady attend
ant. NEW AHD SECOND HAND GOODS
iiKCONP-HAXD Ft'lt.MTl KK bought
sold and exchanged. Highest price.-
paid tor second hand goods. See us
before you sell. Wir aprcclipn Dcutscli.
1'eelz Furniture Co., 217 North Com
mercial street. Phone OS I.
II Kill EST price paid for second-hand
furniture, ranges, hardware, tentr,
etc. Wo carry the most complete
stock of above arlicles in. town nt1
tho lowest price. O. 1 Mc.l'eek, 271
North Coinmercial st. Phone Muin
1233.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
OliS. It. II. WIIITR and Ii. W. WAL
TO.V, Osteopathic physicians mid
nerve specialists. Graduates of
American School of Osteopathy,
Kirksville, Jlo. Post graduate mid
specialized in nerve diseases at Los
Angeles college. Treat acute mid
chronic diseases. Consultation free.
Lady attendant. Office 505-500 U. S.
National Hank building. Plume Sjfi.
Residence ;ild North Capitol street.
Phone -Kill.
SCAVENGER
HALEM SCAVKXdKR Charles Sous
proprietor. Cnrbnge and refuse of all
Kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yards nnd cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
":M,. Ifesidenci Main 2272.
UNDERTAKERS
LCIIMAX & CI.OFCIt-C. B. Webb, A.
Jii. i lougti niorticiuns n nM tuueral ill
rectors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed,
i i.) v ourt street. .Main l.u, .M:iin JIMS.
lil(: PON-RICH ARn.SON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers. 2.2 .North
High street. Office Phnae .Main ls3.
bigdon residence Main III.
WOOD AKD COAL
SAI.i;r FCKL YAllDS The place of
quality. All kiiuls of dry wood, four
root or cut in stove lengths to suit.
Prompt, delivery. We humlht the best
coals on the market. Try our King
coal; it is the best. 7.1'J Trade street.
1'linnc Main .V.'H, Mark Siiblall prop.
WATER COMPANY
r'AI.IOM WATKl! COMPANY-Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Itills twtvnblo inouthlv in advance.
LODOE DIRECTORY
A. O. V. W. Protection I.o.lge Xo. 2.
Meets every Monday evening nt K
in the Mcl'omnck Hall, cornner Court
nuil Liberty streets. A. K. Aiil'innce,
M. V..j K A. McFadden, recorder;
A. I.. Ilrown F.
CKNTHAIj I.OIK1 K Xo. IH, K. of P.
McCornnek building. Tuesday even-
tug of each week at 7:30; W. B
Oilsoa, C, C; Jnmes W. t'ox, IC. of
li. nnd a,
K At.F.M LOIMIK XO. 4. A. F. & A. M,
Stated rnmmuiili'iiliiiiis first Fridnv
In em-h month nt 7::iu p. m. in the
Mnsonie Temple. David A. Wright,
K. M.j S. .. ( ulver, secretary.
I'ACIFIC LODC.K XO. r,0 A. F. & A.
M. Stated coml'uniatioii third I'll
day In each mouth at T : r i (i. in. In
the Masonic Temple. .1. S, Wynnt, W.
M.i Kriie.d II. Innate, secretary,
R. X". of A. "Oregon Crape Camp,
V,. I'llin .,lu v .,-v Thtit-.loi-
log in McCoinack hiiihling. out t and
Liberty streets. Hlovntor. Sm0
Farme'titcr, 711 No'tli Front, street,
Oracle; Hazel Price. Imperial Furni
ture Co., recorder.
MI'LTXOM Alt TtOVAI. AltCIl CIIAP
TF.Ii NO. 1, H. A. M. ilegular meet
ing second Friday in eiu'li month lit
8 p. m. in the M.iiiiic Temple. Al
fred F. Manns, K. High Priest; Rin
oil M. Ilrool.s. secretary,
UODSOX COUNCIL NO. 1. S nr I
Stated assembly first Monday in
each mouth, Masonic Temple. L. S.
Rowlnud, Thrice Illustrious Master;
Olen C. Niles, recorder.
J)K MOLAY COMMANDKR Y, No. !i; K.
T. Regular conclave fourth Friday
in each month ut 8 o'clock p. m., in
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us. F. R. Davis, K. I!.;
Frn iil A. Turner, recorder.
CUAUWJCK. CHAPTKlt NO. 37, O. E,
S. Ucgular meeting eyery first and
, third Tuesday at a p. m. in the Ma
sonic Temple. .Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey,
W. M.( Ida si. Habcock, secretary.
MODF.RX WOODMEN' OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5240, meets
every Thursday eveuing at 1 o'clock
in Masonic Hall, comer Court uad
Liberty streets. Kletator service. A.
J. Kwoiuih, V. C; Ray A. tlrant, clerk
T'NJTF.I) ARTISANS Captlul Assem
bly No. S4, meets every Wednesday
at 8 p. in. in Moose Bali. Mrs. F. W.
Cook, M. A.; Ivau 0. Martin, secre
tary, Masonic Temple.
SALEM 11 C MANE SOCIHTY D. D.
Kei'lcr, president; Mrs. Lou Tillsoa,
secretary. All cases of cruelly or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported (o the secretary for investi
gation. WOODMEN OP THE WOlild) Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McNoinnck block. C, O. Matlock, C.
C; 0. 0. JlcF.lroy. clerk, 5111 Court
street, phone
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern flat, business cen
ter, cheap to desirable tenant. Phone
71 during business hours, or -127-1!
evniine.s.
NICE frunt rooms on lower floor, will
rent cheap; bath. Impiiic' SSI) North
Seventeenth street.
I'Oli l,'l-:T--Close in, nicely furnished
three and four rimin apart meals. Also
for sale, old growth fir nnd large
split maple wood. O. lretou, 1 U 1 7
Sooth Commercial st. Phone !tS2-.l.
Folt HUNT Small three.-room cot
tage in suburbs. Address I'cbecca
II. Anderson (is7 X. Front street.
I'OH SAI.K- Two good Jersey and
lhirlinm cows. Fresh in few days,
litis Leslie street, Yew Park.
KOI! If KNT Housekeeping apartments,
erv reasonable. S55 X- Commercial.
POR BALE
CI10ICI-; goat meat for sale. -Plii North
llllli street. Pliiine 1570-W.
FOR HAI.K Pour l!-year-old heifers,
one will be fresh in January, balance
early in spring. Phone 70F13.
A IS A ltd A IX Five acres good rich
land, four miles south of Salem.
Owner, 1-15 Sinith Commercial.
WIIITK b'giiiiru cockerels for sale, til-u
a ttvo-jo:iruld Toncred cock. W. II
linker.' lit. (I, rviioni, Ore., Plioni
OS F-2.
I'Olt SAI.K A
It. H. Crmiiso.
lew cords fir wood,
Phones JH or oTO-.l.
tiiokoi:(iiihi;i:d wiiitk okpino-
toil eorkrels for sale. L). X. liecehlcr,
route P, V. mile from Fairgroiiini.
Portland road.
FOK SAI.K Household furniture, nnd
house for rent. Two rooms pays
rent. Cood proposition, Leaving the
city. Cull 000 .North Capitol street.
l'OH SALI'. Ily owner, I'i acres fine
bind, fenced nud clear, rock road.
Bargain if 'niiou soon. Phone 1-4.
Residence phone l'2.
STuPI rend and consider Liis marvel
ous offering. .Sew cottage, large lot,
burn, near carliue, if'iilO. This home
awaits vou. Oct it for Xuias. Jacob
Company, 207 Hubbard bldg., Phone
2-I24.
IH'Sl N KSS O P PO II T C N I T V .Notice.
If you are "it of 11 ,iob read thif.
Wo have a good paying hotel in a
good town doing $."iOU per inoclh busi
ness. W ill take hoi.se in Hiilcin as
part payment, halaiue e.isy teims.
IIKR1! IS AXO I'll Kit A smaller one.
A sniull business that doc a daily
business of from 2o to o.' per duy,
nboiit 30 per cent profit. Figure it
nut and if you cannot believe 't 1
will show you. I.on'i, (ni.10.iHI buys it;
niithing reserved. See Mclioynolds,
401 Court street.
MISCELLANEOUS
T. M. RAMSI1KLL House mover;
rnlslntf and rennirlntr done. lilstiutatcH
furnished. 1100 Trsde street, Salem.
IP YOU HAVK A Bl'SIXKHS for sale
or a desirable room for rent, write,)
giving run pariicuiars.
Journal,
C. i'.O, care
110.MIC Wet Wnsh Lniindry. Family
wash HO cents per week. Phone 2171.
A.lilrpaa 1 :!.',li 11 .treat (livit iim a
1 trial.
UMBRELLA REPAIRING.
WE DO ALL KIXDS of mending and
recovering, quickly and neatly, call
in; for and delivering all orders.
J. H. Eaton, New anil Hecond Hand
Osods, 341 North Commercial. Phone
807.
A maii limy be justified in thinking
his wife is silly considering Ihe kind
of a tn ti ii she marricl.
WANTED.
WANTED Day work by
Plone 630-M. .
the hour.
WASTF.l) Position of general lionise
work by young lady. 0. H., care
Jouinal,
Women Suffer Terribly rrora Kidney I
Trouble.
Around on her feet all day no won-j
der a woman has backache, headache,
stiff swollen joints, weariness, poor
sleep and kidney trouble. Foley Kidney
Pills give quick relief for these troubles.
They strengthen the kidneys take
a say the aches, pain and weariness.
Make life worth living again. They
will absolutely drive out rheumatism,
wTak back and swollen aching joints
due to kidney and bladder trouble. Try
Foley Kidney Pills and Bee bow much
better you feel.
How to Prevent Croup.
Every effort should be lniido to pro
vent the a Hacks by giving the child a
light slipper and plenty of fresh air ut
all times. The child should bo warmly
clu.l when out of doors. Especially the
feet should be well protected and
under no circumstances should the
child be allowed to remain with wet or
cold feet. Then watch for the first
I symptom, hoarseness, and give Chamber-
lam s Cough Remedy nt once nnd the
nttnek inny be warded off. This
remedy is n favorite with the mothers
of croupy children ami can always bo
depended upon. It is pleasant nnd safe
to take. Obtainable everywhere.
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS.
Are wholesome, thoroughly cleausing,
and have a stimulating effect on the
stomach, liver nnd bowels. Regulate
you with no griping and no uupleasaut
after effects. Stout people find they
givo immense relief and comfort. Anti
bilious. Warren Spofford. Oroen Bay,
Wis., writes; "Foley Cathartic Tablets
are tho best lnxativo I ever used. They
do the work promptly and with no bad
after effects.'
'f,...t. " Trull...,,, T n Tnr-v
druggist.
Wordr of Praise for Chamberlain's
Indigestion and Constipation,
"When living in Syracuse X, Y.,
about two years ago I took two bottles
of Chamberlain's Tablets nnd they
cured me of indigestion' and constipa
tion nl'lor 1 had suffered for mouths
with these disorders," writes . Mrs.
Charles (lloyd, llalilwinsville, N.' Y.
Obtainable every where.
Chiiaron'Cry
FOR FLETCHtR'S
C ASTORIA
Foloy's. Ilouey and Tar Compound for
Croup.
Croup scares you. The loud hoarso
croupy cough, choking and gasping for
lireath, labored breathing, call lor im
mediate relief. The very first doses of
l oley s lleney nnd Tar Compound will
master the crsup. It cuts the thick
mucus, clears away the phelgin and
opens up and cases the air passages.
Harold lierg, Mass, Mich., writes "We
givo Foley's Honey and Tar to our
children f'nr croup and it always acts
quickly." Every user Is friend. J
C. Perry, druggist.
HACK I IIACKI HACKI
With raw tickling throat, tight chest,
sore lungs, you need Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, and quickly. Tho first
dosn helps, it leaves a soothing healing
coating ns it glides down your throat,
you feel bolter at once. 8. Martin,
linssctt, Mob., writes; "I had a sovorc
cough and cold and wns almost past
going, l got a bottle of Foley s tloucy
and Tur and am glad to say it cured my
cough entirely und my cold soon dis
appeared." Kvory user is a friend. J
C. I'orry, druggist.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
ly Inrnt njinllenllnni, cil they cnnncl rcii'h
lie, UUwi'-,J porllim ol 1 lit cur. 'Dot,- In
only one wuy lo rurc ilcui ni-sl, and Unit II
li y -iiiiRlllullrifil rcincill, N. hcnrnciit In
ennui! l,y mi InlUtini-il cmiillllon of tin1 imi.
rum llnhiK of Ilic Kuiliichliin Tilt),'. W'livn
this lulu. Is Inllnniiil ynil luivc a ruinliUiiH
omul ur Imie-rO-ct licin-lnft, nml when It Is
eillll'i'l)- Clog, ,1, llenitieM ! ttlc rcRllU, Rlld
unli'M the llllliinuiiatloll run he tnSell onl
nml (tils Inhe r.iloreil lo Its normal condl.
Hon, to-nrliiff will he d.-iilroye,t forever: nlnn
cnn.-i out of 1,-n are cnnm-il hy cmnrrh,
which Is itolhlmr hut nn Intlninetl cmiillllon
of Ihe inncoos nrfiicei.
We wilt slve ( 'op llnnitrefl Dollnrn for snv
cfiit- of hiHfnesa lonnaed hy cnturrhl thnl
CHnnot lie run ii hy lliilt'a rnlHcrh Cure,
Herol for rlreotius. free.
V. J. i-IIHNHV CO., Tolcito. Ohio.
Bolil hy DrilKKlall, 71c
'.Vskc llnll a Finally 1'llla for conallntlon
SalemFence
Works
And Stove Repairing
R. B. Fleming, Prop.
Stoves rebuilt and repaired.
Btoves bought and Bold,
Depot American Fence.
Gates, Fluln and Barbed Wire,
i Faints, Otis oni Varnishes.
Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooks,
250 COURT BT. THONE 124
Back of ClucagD Btora,
NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BUBOILVRDT k MEREDITH
Mldeot Amenta. Mr) luti ttit
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business
Telephone Directory
A Quick, bandy reference for busy people
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Bank and Trust Bldg.
CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE 8PECLVLIST.
Dr. P. H. Mav. 808-307 Hubbard Building ,
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
ELECTRIC TORINO
Geo. Pettingil, 155 North Liberty street
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIEB.
Calof Bros., corner Court and High streets .
HARDWARE
Salem Ilardwaro Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial
LAUNDRIES.
Salem Bteam Lrnndry, 130 South Liberty
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING.
T. M.
Barr, 161 South Commercial street
TTMnV.ttTAKERa.
Rigdon-Richardson Co., 254 North High street Day ana nigni, maiu io
STOVES AND EEDDINO. , -
Calof Bros., corner Court and High streets Mam Mi
JOB PUINTINO.
Beaver State Printers, Patton Itloclt 151
TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE. ,
Salem Truck I Dray Co., corner State nnd Front streets ' '
DALLAS CONTRACTS
FOR STREET LIGHTS
(Capital .Tournnl Spei ial Service.)
Dallas, Ore., Dee, i!K. The city of
Dallas has catered into a five-year con
tract with the Oregon Power company
to light its streets with 100 candle
power incandescent lights, paying if 22
per year for each light. On the new
contract the light company agrees to
install n lamp on practically every
street intersection in the city, nud
this will require nearly (10 lamps. These
lamps will be suspended IS feet above
the ground on anils set in poles. The
Oregon Power company will commence
tho installation of the new system im
mediately after the first of the new
year and expect to have it ill working
order by the first of March, By the
terms of the contract, a deduction of
2f cents per light will be made for
each night n lamp is dark, the company
having .12 hours after official notifica
tion in which to remedy the defect be
fore being penalized. This system of
lighting is being adopted by practically
all of tin progressive cities of the val
ley and is proving more sntisl'nctory
than the old are light systems.
HELP DALLAS POOR
(Capitnl Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore., Dec. 2S, The Knights
of Pythias lodge, working i injunc
tion with several of the prominent busi
ness men of the city, dispensed charity
In the poor of the city Thursday aft
ernoon, lings of candy, oranges, nuts.
CASTOR I A
Jot Infants ftud Childien,
Tha Kind Youthva Always Bought
Big nature of
vruit lotown l Oel, VnW il. Alwiyk lleli ,i-l
SAID BY HRL'fililflS VfRVWHfRE
lV T( ) I '.A Pi
ItIV - r '
Oo Good Real EaUtt Seeurit.
THOB X FORD
Over Ladtl Bn-h fti k, Salt.ni. Oreen
f rys UI TlI f
Care of
YICK SO TONG
Cbinese Medicine and
Tea Company
Has medicine which
will cure any known
disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 28;5.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W '1 Mi; DIAMOND 11 H AM). .
J 4'N l.ioll' l Aik jour Druuulal fof A
f (( CvSk ' hi le O ralllmonirilr.n4
IUt -il I'll'" 1 Hed ! linU in. I, lln V
T-rTJ i" i"i ah mi Hiiiin.
a--V.-1 1'til.o un olh-F. Hot of Tnr v
I ; rV iirorsi-i. a k(T ili. iii: TFn s
I L :D IIIA.UONI IIIIAMt I'll.l.x. I,,' DA
fl fbr l no p-r'bJi. wc'wu.1 tb.Hi irld.b, il lot I
ov. -it1. Sim,,H Cr-,. lr,MUfuili4Mat fl
fl i... Ib M4 twu(t..ll It Ow
Telephone
53j
. Main SSI
AND BUPPLIBB.
Main 387
, Main 593
. Main 172
Main 25
AND PAINTS.
Main 102
Dr. Stone's
Poison Oak Remedy
A nov white
medicine, soft
nnd HiMiiliinsi to
the skin, applied
every hour n t
once relieves nnd
coon cures
POISON" OAK.
Price 25c and r0c
Fur mile by all
ilniKitii'ts upd
DR. STONE'S
Tho only cn?h drug store in Oreijon
aud show eases aro loaded Willi dm",
medicines, notions, toilet articles, whips
and liquors of all kinds for ineilicinnl
purposes. Dr. Mono Is a roZinnr i null
ate in inedicino und has had ninny
yenrs of exporienco in the practice.
Consultations are free. Prescriptions
are free and only regular price for
medicine. Dr. Stone can be Iniind ut
his drill! store. Halem, Oregon, from
(1:1(1 in Ihe morning until H lit. ninlit.
Free delivery to nil parts of the city
and within a rndius of 10(1 miles.
popeein nud toys were given to nil of
the p children of the city. Kvery girl
on the list of the needy was presented
with a dull besides the above mention
ed -iilicles. Families ill need of find
were also provided with provisions that
would go to imi he up a good Christnins
dinner. Several ineichaiils contributed
toys and provisions to help tip1 cause
along, others pave money with which
tn buy tilt1 necessities of life. Nol one
family wns visited but which was deep
ly grateful for the help extended. I''ive
wagon loads of Christinas cheer were
distributed ill the city alone, besides
several good sized imcl.ngcs which
went to outlying, districts.
' Vou cannot tell how n mini is he
by the size of his snoes.
)
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
O S STO R I A
Stomach Troubles.
Mrs. A. Touasaint, Whitimborn, X, Y.,
savs. " t haiubei lain 'lublels are ex
eiilliiiil foi. Mtiiiiioi.h li'OolileH ntiit bil-
;i"iiMios." .Mrs. ToiiBsaiiit spcalis from
'experience in tbu use of those lablota,
I Obtainable everywhere.
GOOD SUGGESTION TO
SALEM PEOPLE
It is surprising Ihe amount of old,
foul matter the simple mixture of buck
thorn hark, Klycorluo, otc, known as
A lleri liu, druins from the system.
This remedy became famous by curind
appendicitis and nets on HUTU the
upper and lower bowel so thoruu,lily
Hint O.NH DOHK relieves sour stuiiiiich,
lias on the ptonmrh nnd const ipntion
almost I.MMKOIATKI.Y. Wo are
mllthty ((hid we nro Hnlem ntjeiits, for
Adb'id liu. .1. C. 1'crry.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR. A
Cough keiueity.
"I, list winter I used two luetics of
Chiimbcrlain's Coui;h Heniedy,'' writes
.Mrs. John Miller, Konnolie, Ind. "It
cnreil me of a severe cold on the Iiiiis
and an n hki a v nt inn roii)h. I have
recommended this remedy to a uienl
muny people who have u"ed It and
have nothinir but words of praise for
. it, Obtainnblo evciywhere,
"PASSING AROUND THE CIGARS" AND
"A LITTLE MUSIC ON THE SIDE" TO
WHILE AWAY THE TERRORS OF WAR
;'(! ' i 1
'ft
C-:-,- -
it
it
I PASSING AROUMP THE CIGARS-MUSIC JATH CHARMS
Thee pictures show Herman soblie s from n human Merest itide. Ill
one of them (lerinaii officers are so m liaadiii; out ciunrs. Hi the other
two (Ionium soldiers are iiniusin) two smtHcs with a little impromptu ciiacert.
NARY A "COTTON-TAIL." ' U'asliiiiKton loday, the secretary learn"
Vasliiii(,'ton, Dec. mi. Secretary of 1 cd the Virginia law forbids rabbit
State Hrynn spent Christmns huntine, , liuntiiiK while the snow is on tho
rnbbits iii Virginia, lie did not see a ground. It snowed throughout Virginia
single "cotton tail." Returning lo I all day yesterday.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
Dealer in
Junk, Iron, Metal, Rubber, Sacks, Bottles, Hides,
Pelts, Wool, Furs, Tallow, Macbincry, Pumps, Pipes,
Tools and all kinds of SECOND-HAND GOODS
Our Specialty is Rags and Old Clothes
Plmne Main 221 233 State Street, Salem. Oregon
IN.MaUMIMMM MllilMflMINIIIIIII
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
RAILROAD!.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
8ALEM OEER LINE.
7S Ar. rinleni 9:15 a.m.
7(1 Lv. Hiilom 10:d0 a.m.
7,r) Ar. Salem (mixed) 4:00 p.m.
74 Lv. Salem 4:25 p.m.
(No connection south of Qour.)
SALEM, FALLS CITY WESTERN.
Ifili Lv. Nnlem (motor)
ltll Lv. Halem (motor) ....
1011 Lv. Halem (motnrl ......
105 Lv. Halem (motor) ......
107 l.v, Hnlem (motor)
2tfii Wny I'rciiiht, lv. Salem
102 Ar. Halem (motor)
101 Ar. Halem (motor)
100 Ar. Halem (motor) ......
6:15 a.m. ' I;V. l;,uKene
7:00 a.m.i.J-;' n'ni
9:45 a.m.!1'" -m
1:40 run.
3:25 p.m.
6:00 a.m.
H.40 a.m.
3ll5 VM.
6 : :I0 p.m.
1(18 Ar. Halem (motor) ......
170 Ar. Kalcni (motor)
7:40 p.m,
1:35 p.m.
210 Way Freight, ar. Halern
SOUTHERN PACiriO OO.
Northbound.
10 Oregon Hpres 5:00 a.m.
28 Willamette Limited ... 9:"2 a.m.
12 Hhasta Limited (noon) 12:35 p.m.
18 Portland I'nsscnircr .... 2:00 p.m.
2d Portland I'assenner .... 0:00 p.m.
14 Portland Kiproas 3:00 p.m.
220 Locnl Way Freight .... 10:30 a.m.
lil'2 Portland Fast. I'Veight 10:38 a.m.
Southbound
l.'V-Cnlifornla Kzpresa ,
3:32 avm.
17 lluseburc Passenger .... 11:10 a.m,
ID ColtiiKU drove Pass, .. 4:30 p.m.
11 Hhasta Limited 0:43 p.m,
27 Willamette Limited .... 0:10 p.m.
l.'l -Han Francisco liipress 10:3H p.m.
221 Han Francisco Fust Krt. 12:01 a.m,
225 Local Way FreiKht . 10:30 a.m,
OREOON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO,
Northbound,
Leavos Bnlom Arrives Portland
Train No,
4:35 a.m 2 Owl ...
7:1.1 a.m 0
9:45 a.m 10 Limited
':3o
J I'M
.... 1:45 p.m.
4:10 p.m.
J; p'
Zioioo m!
11:20 a.m 12
1:50 p.m 14
4:00 p.m 10 Limited
5:37 p.m 20
7:55 p.m - 23
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Southbound.
1
.. S Limited .
7
Lv. Portland
0:45 a.m
8:25 a.m
10:40 a.m
2: 10 p.m
4:4(1 p.m
0:00 p.m
Ar. teles
8:U .u.
....10:11 a.a.
....J2:SS a m.
.... 4:81 p.m.
l.'l Limited
8:40 p.i
17 Local - 8:10 pj.
0:20 p.m,.,
I!) 11 :BI tl,
11:45 p.m i!l Owl l:l .m.
Mortnnouna.
Ar. Kalesi
20 :7 v.m.
At. ttlea
10 Limited ...... 0:41 a.m.
14 1:S0 f.m.
10 Limited . 4:0( p.a.
22 . 1M f.m.
.... 2 Owl B:J0 .u.
Southbound.
Lv. Corvallis
I 4:10 imii
i "" I' "'
1 0:10 p.m...
I 111:03 a.m...
Lv. Hnlem
Ar. Albany
-5:31 p.m.
Ar, Knna
7:b p.a.
Ar. Kugnna
. 7:50 a.m.
.11 :H a.m.
..12:21 y.u.
4:1,5 P'm"
i
8
Lv. Halem
2:00 a.m.
0:05 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
Lv. Halem
.. 21 Owl ..
1
5 Limited
At. Albany
8:01 p.m.
btops at Corralli
1:2a I B.
Ar. Kugana
- 8:10 p..
1:00 p.m 7
Lv. Hnlem
0:40 p.m
13
CORVALLIS CONNECTION
Northbound,
Lv. Corvallis At. Rahna
8:20 a.m 10 -.. 9:41
(Local Albany to Halem.)
12:12 p.m
1-1
1:M A
lii.vi p.m
4:10 p.m
0:03 p.m
Lv. Hnlem
11:05 a.m
10:15 a.m
4:35 p.m
1:00 p.u
(1:45 p.m
10 ,
a: uo p.m.
6:117 a m.
T: f.m,
20
28 .
Bouthbound.
At. CorvalU
.-...10:0a a.m.
..-..11:54 a.m.
..... 0:08 p at.
8:81 p.m.
..... 8:00 p.m.
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5
9
7
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to the opportunity that
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