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RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: One
SB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Cbiro
prac tic's Fountain Held, Davenport,
lows. If you have tried everything
od got no relief, try Chiroprac
tie spinal adjustments and get well
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Kesidencc
DB. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and oxygon gas.
Boom 214. Masonic Temple. Phone
40. Haieni, Orejon.
Morlcy's Pt. braced style.
Depot American Fence.
Door and Window Screens.
Paints, Oil and Varnish.
Stoves repaired and sold.
B. B. Fleming, 250 Court
FOB SALE 156 acres of good valley
land, county road, close to station;
good buildings, 80 acres in crop all
good; 14 head cattle including 10
cows, hogs, poultry, with all equip
ment. Price $100 per acre, terms
reasonable. Square Deal Healty Co.,
202 U. S. Bank bldg.
A. O. H. W. Protection Lodge. No. 2,
Meets every Monday evening at 8 in the
MccornacK nau. corner court ana i.ioeny
streets. R. O. Donaldson. M. W. : 8. A,
McFadden, recorder; A. L. Drown,
ALEM LODGE) No. 4, A. P. & A. M
Stated communications first Friday in
each month at 7 :30 p. m. in the Masonic
Temple. Clias. McCarter, W. M. ; 8. Z,
SALEM HUMANB SOCIETY D. D. Keeler,
president ; Mrs. Lou Tlllson, secretary. All
esses of cruelty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should b reported to the secretary
CENTRAL LODOB, No. 18, K. of P. Mc
Cornack building. Tuesday evening of
seta week at 7 :30. J. O. lleltzel, C. C. ;
W. B. Gilson, K. of U. and 8.
WL N. OP A. "Oregon Grape Camp." No.
160, meets every Thursday evening la
McCornack building. Court and Liberty
streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Bctaanpp,
1791 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1200 North Commercial.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA Ore
cm Cedar Camp, No. 5218, meets every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In Mc
Cornack hall, corner Court aud Liberty
streets. Elevator service. Geo. Relnobl,
F. C ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CHADWICK CIIAITER, No. 87, O. E. 8.
Regular meeting every first and third
nwdtT at 8 p. m. in the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Moeller, W. M. ; Ida M.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD Meet every
Friday night at 8 o'clock In McCornack
bloek, O. W. Hirous, C. C; L. S. Oeer
clerk, 607 Court street, rhsne 603.
DB MOLAT COMMANDER!, No. B, K.
Secular conclave fourth Friday in each
Math St 8 o'clock, p m.. In Masonic Tem
K pi Sojourning Sir Knights srs courte
onsly invited to meet with ns Lot L.
Pesrce, B. C, Frank Turner, recorder.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
No. 84. meets every WednMday at 8 p. m.
a . Randall, secretary, Salem Bank of
BODRON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. ft 8. M.
Stated apaemDiy urmi aiuuunjr m .rv
loath. Maaonlc Temple. N. P. Kasmus
' aea. Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C
SALEM COUNCIL NO. 2622 Knlgbts an
Ladles of Security Meets every 2nd and
4th Wednesday each month at Hurst Hall.
" Visiting members are Invited to attend.
B. P. Waltoa. financier, 480 8. 14th St
PACIFIC LODGE No. 60, A. P. A. M.
jwrnainnioatinna third Friday
4b u t. mnnth at 1 :S0 n. m. In the
Masoale Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. M. ;
RrnMt h i nosre. mmw.
BEDTJCED FBEIGHT BATES To and
from all points east, on ail nousenoia
a - nimwtnm atn rvifianlidiitnd ear-
j IWUIl W1MWB,
lead service. Capital City Transfer
company, agents ror i-acmo
.Forwarding company, joi ui
Mrcial street. Phone Main PS3.
HONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Besi Estate Security.
THOU. K. FOBD
Ovr Ladd ft Bush Bank, Balwn. Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN I haVs made a
Tangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
Homer H. Smith, room S MeCornaek
Bldg, Salem. Ore. T"m Pf-
All the home news while yon are
away. Phone 81.
BOOB," Done Again
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LAWS OF OREGON AS
I APPLIED TO
C. J. HOWABD and 0. B. BISHOP
(Eugene Daily Guard.)
(In presenting this subject we arc be
holden to Sir. A. J. Bledsoe, publisher
of the valuable and popular book,
"Business for Business Men," who also
brings down to us much information!
irom a recent worn, "Law jippneu to
Motor Vehicles," by Mr. Charles J.
Babbitt, as well as the Oregon statutes
and numerous court decisions.)
In this compilation of the Automobile
Laws governing the use of said ma
chines in Oregon, the writers assume
that this text will be acceptable to the
By reason of the extensive use of
automobiles, in business and pleasure,
nearly everyone is supposed to have a
fair understanding of the common road
laws; but for a'-o'-thnt, there is a vast
display of ignorance or carelessness, by
owners and drivers of machines every
day of the year on street and highway.
With the view of casting out the stig
ma of ignorance, for none of us wish
to be branded ignorant, and at once fas
tening the charge of carelessness upon
any offender ot this wholesome and life
preserving law, each of us Bhould De
como well grounded in the law.
And here, let us saf, that these laws
are applicable to, and govern, the driv
ers and owners of the norsevehicie, as
well; and there are few instances wheTe
the rights and privileges granted to the
UBS. B. n. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians ind
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized it
nerve disetses it Los Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronics diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office O05-506 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 310
North Cubital street. Phone 469.
3ALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds remoyed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phont
8247. Resirfone V .j 2272.
WELTMER SYSTEM Of suggestive
Therapeutics practiced by Dr. W. T.
. TompKins, 8. T. Most powerful, nat
uril and successful treatment known
to science for the relief and cure of
headache, stomach, liver and kidney
trouble; rheumatism, constipation,
infantile paralysis and all female
complaints, heart, lung and throat
troubles; all diseases of the eye; can
cer, goitre, epilepsia, asthma, nerv
ousness or any chronic disease. Sug
eestive therapeutics properly applied
to a diseased body is positive, sure
and permanent in its results. Hours
9 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5 p. m., phone
991. Office rooms 1, 2 and 3 Biyns
Bid? 341 StHte St., Salem, Mregon
WEBB ft CLOTJGH CO C. B. Webb.
A r flour mnrticiina and funeral
directors. Latest modern metaods
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
BIGDON-BICHABDIsON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers. 252 north
High street. Day and night phone
3ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streeta
For water service apply at office.
Bills pavsoie mommy in advance
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 22, 1916.
IvJELL . Sec m r.AA I ITN . -s. VY Hi Jtt nLPlrM rr i r""- .H"
otirna I 's Gl a s si f i c d Ad
Cent per word for the first insertion. One-Half Cent per word for
horse vehicle is not vested in the auto'
mobile. There are too few of us, re
gardless of our means of transit of j
street unu mgnnuy, uu locuguic or j,or9eg appear frightened, the person
our acts are governed by law, and that in controi 0f such motor vehicle shall
we can, be we driver of machine or oth- reaUce his speed, and, if requested by
er vehicle, be held strictly accountable signai or otherwise by the driver of
for any misdemeanor. I Bucn h01.se or horses, shall not proceed
It is to be hoped that the publication further toward such animal unless such
of these laws will be beneficial to the movement be necessary to avoid ac
drivcr of the cart aB well as the driver cident or injury, or until such animal
of the auto; and that this effort to appears to be under the control of its
get these road laws in the hands of the j rider or driver.
public, will aid in creating a friendly 7. Passing Bailroad or Street Cars.
and considerate feeling in the minds of iH passing railroad or street cars op
every road traveler, regurdloss of his crated in any city, town or village in
meana of transit. I this state, vehicles shall be so operated
It is handed down to us that ignor-1 upon that side of said street or railroad
auce is no excuse for crime; and vio-'car with due care and caution that the
lation of many of the sections of auto-' safety of passengers boarding or alight
mobile laws is closely akin to crime. Ac- ing from such street car or railroad car
cordingly, the good citizen who would shall be fully protected, and for that
KA a. 1 . mm ) wl it, t i 1 K.r tko laor ntltn nnrnnu ni,l valtti.tu uliall ItA tipnurrKt tn
aspires to the protection of his and the
urgently invited to read and make a
study of the text.
I Having read the law, we can no Ion-
'ger claim ignorance thereof. Removed
from the plea of ignorance, wo are sure-
ly better prepared to avoid careless-
698 for i that, what harm may
driving of an automobile, rides tho
grinning skeleton of death, wnicn,
should it take tribute of your wife or
child, and you" escape with your life,
leaves you in the hot ashes of grief,!
.ii.; ti, ,;r, e h. innn.i,fCorincr
but strong arm of the law, a beggar
of the mercy of the court. Will you read
Automobile Law of Oregon.
Automobile Defined Thu word "au
tomobile" is compounded of other
words taken from the Greek and Latin
languages, and modernized in the
French language. "Auto" is taken from
the Greek, and means self. "Mobilo"
originates from the Latin mqbilis, mov
able, and comes to us from the French.
The two toined mnltc tne new wora,
"automobile, " resulting in the expres
sion of something movable, to which we
attach by, implication the idea of a ve
hicle. In the statutory law of Oregon, the
TiliroA "mntnr vphicli" includes all ve-
hicles propelled by any power other than
muscular power. Mlenernl J.aws of
Oregon, 1911, page 2C5.)
Law of the Kood The laws of the
road everywhere in Oregon are as spe-
cificd in the following subdivisions:
1. Passing to the Right Vehicles
proceeding in opposite directions shall
naoa tn thB riirht. eivini? ouc-half of the
road to each.
2. Tassing to the Left. Vehicles
proceeding in the same direction over
take each other by passing to the left.
3. Npeed of Overtaking ehicles.-
The overtaking vehicle shall maintain
its speed until clenr of the overtaken
vehicle and for such distance tliercarter
as shall prevent dust and. mud throwing
utton the overtaken vehicle.
4. Hignals to Pass. The signal so
With the man who is careless in the
to pass shall be given by one blast or
stroke of the horn, bell, whistle, gong
or other signaling device.
riiouiq tue overmnen veiu.n- wi.-u m.i
give waj, unco Bui-ii monio , veleo,
shall be given, and on failure to comply Tne rate 0f speed on all streets, roads
therewith the overtaken vehicle may at and hiEhways of this Btato shall be a
the next suitable place safe to both ve- reasonable speed, up to and exceeding
hides go by without further signal. twenty five miles an hour, but any speed
It shall be the duty of every over- in neem 0f twenty-five miles an hour
taken vehicle to turn to the right and upoB any roa,i or highway of this state
give one-half of the road to the over- 8nan ,e an unreasonable speed and is
taking vehicle. prohibited by this act; provided, bow-
5. Crossing Intersecting Roads. everj tat no motor vehicle shall be
Vehicles approaching an intersecting ariven at a rate faster than eight miles
road, street or highway shall be under , nour upon the eountry roads or high
control so as to permit the vehicle on way, of ti8 etate when within one hnn
the right of the vehicle approaching to red yards of any vehicle draws by
first cross the intersecting street, road horse or horses.
or highway. Regulations in Parks. TJpon all nar-
At all intersections the vehicle ap- row way, j parka, passes snd defilea
proaching the intersection from the not otherwise herein provided for, all
right of any other vehicle approaching vehicles shall proceed in one direction
the intersection shall have the right of ony ai the signboards and eonspiculous-
way. ly displayed regulations upon snch Bar-
All vehicles approaching an intersee- row way j parks, passes and defiles so
tion of a street, road or highway with located shall then define. The direction
the intention of turning thereat shall, in n which all vehicles shall so proceed
turning to the right, keep elose to the may be declared by park commissioners
right, and in turning, to the left shall j parks and by County commissioners
run to and beyond the center of the in- ( with respect to narrow passes and de
terscction. files within their respective jurisdie-
6. Frightened norses. In all pass- tios; and when declared shall be so con
ing and overtaking such assistance shall spicutoualy marked with signs as to in
be given by the occupants of each ve- dicate the rule and regulation in retard
aide respectively to the other as the thereto and ths direction in which all
circumstances shall demand and either vehicles shall so travel.
p" Elf' J' J
request mid each of thorn exeriise due
care and tautioii to get clearance and
avoid accidents. Every person having
control or charge of any automobile
motor vehicle or motorcycle, whenever
upon any public street or way, and ap
proaching any vehicle drawn by a horse
or horses or any horse upon which any
person is riding, shall operate and man
age and controlsuch automobile, motor
vehicle or motorcycle id such manner as
to exercise everly reasonable precaution
to prevent the frightening of any sueh
horse or horses, anil to insure the safe
ty and protection of any person riding
or driving the same. And if such horse
a stop, if necessnry, but upon the other
car, should there be ft clear passage,
j said vehicle shall be permittee! to so
increase its speed for the necessary dis-
tnce to negotiate a safe clearance be-
tween said street or railroad ear and
'"'d vehicle so desiring to pass, and the
t0, of speed required or necessary so
to do shall not be deemed to be an ex-
speed of said railroad or street
I ca 1
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ades, at theatres and all other occa-
" d llnc where traffic is cot
Kted, vehicles shall be operated wit
due care, and caution, and jokeying ve
hicles or running by for position is pro
hibited by this act. Each vehicle spon
embarking and. discharging its load,
shall immediately move out and away
from the congested area, and the next
! vehicle shall follow the same.
9. When View Ahead is Not Clear.
1 Every vehicle shall be kept on the
hight half of the Btreet, road or high
way traveled when the view ahead is
not clear fur at least one hundred
Every motor vehicle, when moving in
defiles, canyons or mountain passes
where the curvature of the rond or
highway prevents a clear view for a dis-
tance of one hundred yards ahead, shall
oe ueiu miner cuuirui unu noi ihtiuhihi
(to coast, and shall in approaching all
curves give the signal with frequent
blnsts or strokes of horn, bell, whistle,
gong or other signaling device of its ap-
proach, and upon all curves to the right
shall keep to the Inside of snid curve.
and upon all curves to the left
keep to the outside of said curve.
10. Races or Speed Contests. No
races or contests, for speed sh:il
upon any street, road or highway in this
state without the permission of the au-
thorities of the state, county and city
having jurisdiction of said street, road
or highway, and unless the same is fully
'and efficiently patrolled for the entire
distance over which said race or eon-
test for speed is to be held.
I 11 Sifioot llinitntlmia F.vrV vphi
ce ,na)1 be Iun Bt , rste of Bpe(;rt at n0
orenter than ia reaaonnlile and tiro-
per having regard to the safety of the
public, the traffic and the use of the
gtreet, road or highway then being tra
13. lncoinnetent Control. Xo ve
hicle shnll be moved, run or operated bit
the streets, roads or highways of this
state ly any person amible or incapable
to control the same with due regard to
safety of the public and other vehicles;
provided, that in all enses any person in
tt Btatc of intoxication is deemed con
clusively incapable and unable to oper
ate and control the same.
14. Htiinding in the Htreet. No ve
hicle used upon the streets, roads or
hichwaya of this state shnll be left
standing unsecured, and howsoever it
may be moved its motive power snail De
so secured that the same cannot operate
or move the vehicle without some action
upon tho part of the owner or operator
0 to do.
15. (Smoke Exhaust. No vehicle
shall be operated with an excessive
smoking xhaust upon any street, road
or highway in this state.
1(1. Ambulances. Ambulances, while
being operated as such, and vehicles for
the use of-doctors, physicians and sur
eeons. shall while operated upon thir
respective business be exempt from the!
provisions of this act as to speed and
traffic regulations, where preference for
right of way can be given them with i
duo regard to the safety of the publie: I
provided, that each of the same shall
bear a red cross. j
(Continued next Saturday.) 1
I hs(IPr9 fllfl rfllf
Good Roads Will Reach
The seventy five million dollar ap
propriation for federal aid to highway
improvement recently ordered by con
gress is to extend over a term of five
years. Jt provides tor a iirBi year ap
propriation ot five millions; seinnu
year, ten million; tiuru year, iiitevn
million;, fourtn year, twenty miiiiuu,
filth year, twenty five million.
The appropriation is to be -mude to
the different states on tho basis of
area, opulution and uirnl anil star
route mileage. Tlie appropriation is
contingent upon the state putting up
an equal amount. The novernmeiit is
to contribute only one nuir tne cost
of roa.ls and not to exceed $10,000 per
Oregon would receive under the ap
portionment Hl,4!i0 the first year;
tl2,'J00 the second year; $244,350 the
third year 32,8II0 the fourth year;
$107,250 tint fifth year.
Texas will receive the largest ap
propriation, :i(il,050 the first year and
.pi, 505,250 the fifth year.
New York comes next with 2.i8,.
500 the first year uiid-l,'-".i2,5l)o the
The smallest appropriation goes to
Delaware, :I00 the first year and
$41,500 the fifth year. Washington
is to receive less than Oregon, its ul-
lotment being 7,'l,2.i(l the first year
aud (3811,2311 the fifth year. Idaho )
to receive (02,700 the first year and
$313,750 the fifth yenr.
California's apportionment is $155,
750 the first year and (778,750 the
Cleveland Begins Tear
ing Down Old City Hall
On Its Birthday
Cleveland, July 22. Cleveland got
ready to spend (4,500,000 today.
Work was started in razing the old
city hall, where a new (2,000,000 public
library will be erected. Clearing of the
site selected for tho (2,500,000 con
vention hall also was started. Today
was the anniversary of the city's fuund-
"8- , m
When grandpa finds the almanac
And gets his glasses out
We know that he's on the track
Of facts, beyond a ooubt.
He reads how buckwheat should
As' how to take out grease,
An' not a word the Lord be praised!
t either war or peace.
He tells ns when the moon will rise,
And when a comet's due,
And when a chicken's just the size
To broil or roast or stew.
When we are tired of words an' deeds
That leave our minds in grief
That almanaa which grandpa reads
Affords a great relief! Kx.
HEBE TOTJ PAT THAT
Washington, Jouly 22. Probably
no one gives a darn, but the following
articles are on the free list in the new
revenue bill about which Bepubbcans
v e r t isi n g Pag e
each successive subsequent insertion
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Elettris Co., Masonis Temple, 127 North High Mais 1J',
PLUMBING, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Mala HJI
TBAN8PEB AND DBATAGE
Salem Track A Dray Co., eorner State ana front streets Mais '1
16 Oregon Kip reus ....
24 Kuffene Limited . . . .
U8 WHlnmettc Limited.
12 Shasta Limited ....
IS Portland l'lUMeDKer
20 I'ortland I'ossenKer.
14 I'orthind Rxuress . .
, 5 :Ml.
. 1 :27 p.
6 :00 p.
No. S22 Portland fast Freight 10 :H0 p.
No. 220 Local way Freight. .. .10 ;36 s.
IS California Express.
. 8 :82 a. i
.11 :20 a. t
.10 :0I a. t
17 Rowburg Passenger
23 Eugene Limited
lit Cottuiie (Jrove Puss. ..4:16 p. I
Makes connection with No. 74 (ieer
No. 11 Shasta Limited 6:43 p. I
No. 27 Willamette Limited. .. 8 :ll p. i
No. IS Kan Francisco Kiprcss 10 M p. I
No. 221 Kan Kranclaco Fast
Freight 12:01 a. l
No. 1120 Local way Freight. . .11 :40 a. 1
No. 73 Arrives at Halem B:15a. I
lo. 70 Leaves Ralem' 9 :BO a. i
No. 75 Ar. Halem (mixed) 2:Oop.i
No. 74 Leav Halem 4 :1!0 p. I
No connection south sf (leer.
Sii.EH, Fails Citt abo Wsstsbm.
18, ,T, Halem, mo'tor 7 :)0 s. m.
103 Lv 8lem, motor 9 :46 a.m.
108 Lv. Halem for Moumouth
and Alrlle 11 :10 s. m.
167 Lv. Hnlem, motor .... 4:OOp.m.
16(1 Lv. Halem, motor 8:15 P- m
5SH Vir Fr't lv. Halem. ... 0 :00 s. m.
102 Ar. Halem
a :40 a. m
1114 Ar. Halem
.11 :10 a. m
. . 8:15 p. m
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, 7 :45 p. n
.. 1:35 p. 01
WO Ar. Bolem
1H Ar. Snlem
nil Ar. Halem
240 Way Fr't ar. Halem.
WILI.AMETTB KIVEB HOTJTB
r in- FT.Hainsiitsiflnii rnmisMT
Lesve Portland for Oregon City, "tt""lJ
Newwrg, uimiiod '"i
Salem (dally except Sunday) ..8:45 a.
, - i. .t.wl imlenandencSL
Albanyforvallts, (Tues., Iburs., Hat.)
Corvslll 8 a. m.-Moa., Wed., Frt
Albany 7 a. m. muu., "- i - v
independence.... 9 a., m Moo., Wed., Frt
Halem 10 a. m. Moo , Wed., Frl
B4Ucm 8 a. m. Tues., inurs., d
and democrat arc kicking up so
And these are dutiable:
Amidendithel miodpheiiol, emidos.nl
vcic acid, anthrequinone, binitroneph
ihalenp, biiiitrochlorbcnzol, diainsi.lin,
mine, ihenylnnpnthylamine not to
Cavalry companies equipped with mo
torcycles instead of horses will be sub
jected to a severe test in Mexieo. The
l'rovisional company created by Brig.
Gen. George Bell, Jr., at Ft. Bliss, Tex.,
for Mexican service was organized as an
infantry rompnny hut is rapidly being
,1.vtlrirA,1 o. a nflvalrv irnnn. TlrflCtical-
ly all of the motorcycles and sidecar
shipped to the boruvr irom AiuwauHec
The fact that Zensal is made
to reach the two distinct
types of Eczema should ap
peal to all skin sufferers.
Tetter, salt rheum and dry
eczema should be treated
with Dry Zensal. For weep
ing skin use Moist Zensal.
50c a jar at
OREGON ELKCTHIC RAILWAY CO.
HOST 11 BOOHD
i ... 2 Owl . . ,
,.10 Limited .
.. 18 Limited
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. . 9 :2S . .
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15 a. m. .
15 a. m. .
45 a. m. ,
20 a. m. .
Ail p. m.
oo p. m.
.to D. m.
50 p. a.
Portland to Sauk
30 s. u. Hul cm 8 :35 Eugrae 10 :35 a. u.
30 a. m.
45 a. m. .
05 p. m. ,
4(1 p. m. .,
06 p. m. .,
,. 13 Limited .
.... 17 Local .
....21 Owl ...
.. 10 Limited .
..... 2 Owl ...
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55 p. m. ,
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Stops at Curtail
6:10 p. iu.
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45 p. m.
Lv. Corral Us
8 :25 s. m. .
12:12 p. in. ,
2 :41 p. in.
4 :10 p. m.
8 :18 p. m. .
10 :15 a. m. ,
4 :15 p. m.
12:66 p. m. .
8 .40 (. m. .
Ar. Hal. si
14 1:45 p."
Id 4 :l)0 p. u..
20 6 :30 p. in.
22 7:65 p. .
Ar. Com I) a
11 :oB a. u
,. 7 .
. 13 .
5 :.'I6 p. it.
.1.... 2:20 p. at
:00 p. am
being used In cavalry work. The rlflm
sf the ridor and the man in the sidecar
carried in gun boots on the front forkti
of the motorcycle in cavalry styJt,
"ready for immediate action."
When You Go
to- the country, the camp, the
mountains or resort for the
summer, notify ,'
The Capital Journal
and your paper will be sent
there as long as you want to
stay. Just call for. the Circu
lation Department, Phone 81.