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Willamette Valley News
Commencement Exercises .
at State Normal School
Capital Journal Special Service)
Monmouth, .June' 18. Commence
bout week at the Oregon Normal
evhool began on Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
when President and Mrs. Ackerman
entertained the hundred and fifty
eight seniors at breakfast at the dor
mitory. On Saturday afternoon, Mr.
' llttnian, head of the department of
rural schools, held the annual picnic
for the three rural centers, which have
done eueh excollent wcrk' during the
aat year in the training of teaehtrs
for rural schools: Mountain View, Oak.
1'oint and Elking schools were all rep
resented in the excellent program giv
en in !is impel at two p. nn. Supt.
Crowley and Supervisor Moore, were
present and spoko in ibehalf of Polk
county, Supt. Cannon for Benton coun
ty, H. C. Seymour for the Agricultural
rollege. Asst. Supt. E. P. Carleton and
("resident Ackerman also addressed the
meeting, after which Mr. Pittmau
warded the flog.
On Saturday night, in the gymna
sium occurred the junior prom, which
was well attended, and as usual a very
Sunday evening at 8 -p; m. the bacca
laureate service was given in tho chap
el and enjoyed by a large congrega
tion. The program follows:
Prelude, Adagio, from Concerto, vio
lin and piano, Miss Madge Phillbrook,
Miss Lyril Moris. '
Invocation, Rev. E. B. Pace.
Anthem, O Lord Most Holy, Oregon
Normal school glee club.
Scripture reading, Rev. Victor Mor
tis." Solo Tho Lord bo Praised, Paul
. Sermon, Rev. Joshua' StanficM. ,' '
Anthem, Hopo Thou in God. Oregon
Normal school glee club.
National anthem, God Save our Men.
Benediction, Rev. -W. A. Wood.
Wednesday, Juno 19, 10 a. m., com
mencement proper takos place in the
ehapel. B. 1 Irvine, editorial writer
of the Oregon Journal, will deliver the
address, after which the diplomas will
be presented by President Ackerman.
Music will be furnished by the Normal
orchestra. The public is invited to at
tend this, as well as many of the other
attractions of commencement week
this vear as with the remodeling of the
building, there is ample room in the
chapel for all who care to attend.
At 2 p. m. Wednesday, there will be
a meeting of the Dcard of regents et
Summer school convenes Monday,
Juno 24, and will last six weeks.
H. C Ostein, professor of mathemat
ics fit the O. N. S. and mayor of Mon
mouth, left Wednesday for Portland,
thence to -New York to report for Y.
M. C. A. duty in France By his going
the Normal school loBea a faithful, con
scientious and able instructor, and the
city losea its chief executive. In these
capacities at least, will Mr. Ostein be
greatly missed by students and fellow
The paBt week which marks the clos
ing of the high and training schools of
Monmouth hag been one of general cel
ebration among tho pupils, expressed
in true picnic style. Tuesday the 3rd
nd 4th graidea, chaperoned by Miss
J)imins and their student teachers went
or a jaunt to Cupid's Knoll and spent
several happy hours in this beautiful
fipot. W'ednesflay Miss Kiccker took
her little folks on a picnic to Riekreall
Several of the mothers went along
with well filled baskets, as this is the
ona essential to make the youngsters
enjoy the day.
Thursday the high school young
folks took a day off and by means of
a truck and several autosv went to
itickreall to picnic. With plenty 'of
roast Oil weinies to go with tho other
good things the girls had prepared, and
ua abundance of ice cream to fill up
eny chance empty spaces, the boys and
igirls managed toi spend a very happy
(day t&g'rther for the last time tmis
On Friday occurred the annual In
lusfrinl club picnic of Polk county at
J-'alls City. The attendance was not
large, though almost every section of
the county was represented. In the
forenoon an excellent musical program
-wa enjoyed, after which came the bas
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Fill City Items:
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mill City, June IS. Mill City high
school held their, graduating exercises
June 57;-with. the following program:
Piano solo, Bluebird, Frederic Olin;
invocation, Rev. E. E. Clark; song, Star
Spamgled Banner, everybody; address,
G-redcrio. Berehtold; duet, The Suu
shyio of Your Smile, ' Nona McLane
and Ruth Dinsmore; presentation of
diplomas; piano solo, Pure as Snow,
Nona McLane.. Those receiving diplo
mas were Nona McLane, Ruth Dins
more, Earl AUon and Alma Poulson.
O. D. McLane and family motored
to Portland Sunday, .took in tho high
way and returned Tuesday night. How
ena Smith accompanied them,
Harry Woods made a business tri;
to Albany Wednesday.
Josephine Lee of Albany is visiting
friends here Ithis week. An auto picnic
was held in her honor Friday evening-
The club dance wnS held in the I. O.
O. F. hall Friday night.
K. D. Kimsy was in town for a abort
visit before entering, the. service.
C. T. Maybeo of Lyons was a Mill
City visitor Friday.
Walter Butler and daughter, Violet,
went to Mehnma Saturday.
Miss Neva lawes, who has been at
homo for a month, returned to Tort
Mrs. Morg. Shepherd returned to her
home near Lebanon after a visit with
her 'brother, Ed Haynesj of this place
Mrs, (,'has. Gentry and little (laugh
ter, Gcnella, went to Portland Satur
day for a few week's visit. ,-.
Mr. and. Mrs. Wallace Barnes and
children were Albany visitors the last
of tho week.
Mrs. Woodruff is spending the week
end with her parents in Jofferson.
Miss Burns went to Portland for
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Magg visited
his folks in Salem over Sunday.
Ed Duffy went to Silverton Saturday
Mrs. Duffy was an Albany visitor
Mrs. Hutchby went to Portland Sat
urday. Mrs. 0. D. McLane was a week end
visitor in Albany.
Harry Woods visited his wife in the
Salem sanitorium Sunday and reports
Mrs. Woods doing fine.
Tho B. li. B. club met with Mrs. C.
L. Smith Thursday. She also entertain
ed the young folks from the store and
office im tho evening. A fine time 'is
reported by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baltimore and
son. Clayton, motored to Albany to at
tend tho circus.
Mrs. Leo Dike and daughter spent
several days in Albany last week.
The children's day program was giv
en at the Presbyterian church Sunday
Mrs. Harry Mason is at home again
after being at the hospital about a
Mrs. C. F. McKnight' and children
are moving from Mill City to be near
Mr. McKnight, who is in tho Y. M. C.
A. work at Camp Lewis.
Word was received here that Mrs.
Ager died in Salem last Monday.
Grace Lnsk Sentenced
to Nineteen Years
Waukesha, Wis., June 18. Grace
Lusk at 4:10 p. m'. was sentenced to
19 years in tho state- penitentiary at
Wanjnin .for the murder of Mrs. Mary
Newman Roberts, Jume 21, 1917. She
fainted but rallied quickly.
She was found sane by Judge Martin
Leuck this afternoon and two motions
for a new trial interposed by the de
fence ware overruled and denied.
Tho court then heard arguments on
WMitenee. ' . "". "
of Alien Nationality
The work cf registering all alien wo
men above the age .of 14 years is pro
gressing slowly, as yesterday but one
registered from the niral districts at
the post office and only five from Sa
lem at the police station. The register
ing will continue until the evening -of
Wednesday June 26. Besides the fin
ger and hand prints, each registrant
is obliged to, have four- photographs
taken, which are filed with the regis
tration papers. At the police . station
the following alien women registered
fevesterday: Ama- Babtburg, lVi(l north
Fifth, stre Annie Domogalm, Z.j.j
north, 13th street; Marie Reach, at the
Oregon' state iubereulottig hospital;
Loujse Abraham, 6i3 south 19th street;
Mary Zeilke, 1299 Saginaw street. Miss
Alta Patterson, one of the teachers in
tho McKinley school the past Jf-ar, is
agisting in the1 work at the polies sta-'ion-
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,' SALEM, ORE. TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1918.
- Rich Cuys Kava Sa Hock
Turner Lady Surprised;
Robertson Clan Picnic
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, Or., June 18. Mrs. B. G
Briggs was treated to a surpriso party
Sunday, the occasion being her birthday
About twelve o'clock a party consist
ing of relatives, neighbors, aud close
friends gathered at her honi with has
kets of good things that helps maki
life's troubles seem lighter and the
days brighter. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. George Farris, eonflrd and Lor,
ina Farris of Summit Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Blaco, Clco Blaco and Mil
dred Oraybill of Cloverdale, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Farris, Thomas Funk, Mrs
Emma Hcrren, Maud and Bex Herren
Mrs. B. G. Briggs, Berniee, Herbert and
Harold Briggs, Mrs. J. M. Bones Hollis
and Maxiue Bones.
Donovan Hasskr is the victim of the
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ransom spent Sun
day at Irvin Putnam's.
Mr. nud Mrs. Harold Loony, B. C
Small and friends wer0 picnicing at
Taylor's grove Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Van Nuyes
accompanied by Mrs. Nettie Thompson
of southern Oregon were visiting I. L.
John Cannon, Turner's one-time lead
ing democrat spent Monday afternoon
Lloyd Harader has added several fine
head of registered Jerseys to his dairy
herd. Some bought at Marion and
others at the Cannon sale.
Mm. Lyle left for her home in Port
land Monday afternoon. While in Tur
ner she was, the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawford and son
Lee motored out to the farm Sunday.'
Lee will h.dp Mr. Bear oh the farm lur
ing vacation, thus setting a good ex
ample for other city boys.
Mrs, Mattio Morris was up from Sa
lem Sundny attending the Presbyterian
Dick Waggoner and Ralph Chavis
w."re out on a fishing trip Sunday,
Merle Pearson and family were in
Mr. al Mrs. E. U. Small of Silver
ton were visiting I. H. Small over Sun
day. J. Kelly and son shipped twenty
beeves last week, some going to Port
land. Mrs. John Duncan and Mrs. Pearl
Giveus were among those attending the
Arthur Edwards has moved back to
(Jeorg,? Mason returned to Yamhill
county, for contract work, Sunday even
Air. Isimmous expects to move his fam
ily to Portland within a few days.
Lee Jeans and family were in Tur
ner Sunday. "
Jo.? Harris has brought suit against
his wife, Kittie C. Harris. Mrs. HarriB
deserted tho home fires in 1917. This
couple were married seven years ago.
C. F. Bones is working in Salem,
Mrs. M. T. MilW was called to the
bedside of her mother in Riekreall Sat
urday. Mrs. Lucas passed into the great
beyond latn' Saturday evening. Fnneral
will be held Tuesday.
llisa, Abbio Condit of Aumsvills has
been visiting Miss Mary Condit the past
Eugene Hnnsctt fell from a tree Sun
day and was rendered unconscious for
several minubes, but seemed all right
Monday morning. -
Bobertson Clan iltnis
The Bobertson clan met and held a
picnic at Gates, Oregon, June 16, 1918
It was the first time for many years
that so many of the family had been
together. Four of tho brothers wore
present, W. B.. B. E.,'G. F. and I. L
Robertson, it being impossible forthe
other brothers and ;iisters to attend. The
clan extend to all those absent an in
vitation to be prewnj next June at
Gates on the old picnic grounds. Th(C
attending were: W. If. Meseman, Wm.
Stitts, Alice Heaeman Stitts, Alice Stitts
Byrl Stitts Doyles, Jack Doyles, Dean
Stitts, Dclnrd Stitts, Mabel Stitts,. Jes
sie Stitts. Bert Heseman, Clifford Hese
man, Archie Hesrman, George BVcseman,
Willie Heseman, Minnie Heseman, Bar
ley H- seman, Mabie Heseman, ester
Heseman, BenoluV Huomau, Lola Hese
man, W. B. Robertson, llnnie Bobert
Bon, Harry Goodman, Nora Bobertson
Goodman, Robert Goodman, Raymond
Goodman, Lin no Goodman, Wanda Good
man, Wilma Goodman, B. E. Bobertson
Ida Lyon Robertson, Martin ' Nicely
Lottie R. Nicely Laura Nicely, Ethel
Nicrty, Arthur Robertson, Frankie
Robertson, Lois Robertson, Uerte Robert
son, Margaret RobertsvQ, Herman Rob
ertson, Sophia Bobertson, Francis Rob
ertson Chester Bobertson, Dorothy Bob
ertson, Nora Robertson, Oriu Bobertson
William Lyons,-Jessie Lyons, Ida May
Lyons, Clauds Lyons, G. F. Bobertson
Clara Robertson, Deloss Robertson, Theo
Rob(Tton, I. L. Bobertson, Lena Rob
ertson, Dell Robertson, Justin Bobertson
Trcrulils -Enloyiai Themselves ?y : -
Georgie Robertson, G. W. Jory, Sarah
Jory, Louis Lafore, Chas. Ransom, Susan
Ransom, Wayne Ransom, J. E. White-U-jad,
Anna Whitehead, Mabelle Sim
mons, Miss McDonald, Ruby Fox.
A bonfire meal was served at the
noon hour. A general social time was
held and at a late hour they bade good
bye and good luck to all. With only
a few exceptions everyone present at
this elan reunion were related to the
late Edward W. Robertson who came to
Turner, Oregon, on May 16, 1873.
L. S. Lakin, painting contractor, of
Portland and L. G. Railsback of the
Western Motor Car Sales Company
their wives and Mr. Railsback 's mother
from Spokane, motored up to Turner
Sunday evening to take dinner at
"Bnrr's". New potatoes, grcon peas
and real spring fried chicken with a
few substitutes was enjoyed by these
tired and dusty motorists.
G. A. Massey was elected director of
district No. 79 for three year term.
G. W. Moons, school clerk. The bal
lot was light .this year.
Italians Report Taking
. Many Austrian Prisoners
Borne, Juno 18. "At the end of the
Brenta valley and east of Frenzela
valley, enemy thrusts were arrested.
Razacntizzo and the hoights southeast
of Sasso were wrested from the enemy
with iiOO prisoners," said tho Italian
official report today..
"At Costa Lnnga pur the French
gained ground and took prisoners. To
the westward the British also captur
"Between Fossalta and Capo Sile wo
took 1500 prisoners, .'' tho statement
adds. "On the northern edge of Man
tollo wo strengthened our hold on- the
river as far as Casasarena. Northeust
of Giavcra and south of the San Mauro
San Andrea railway the enemy was
held." . -
Methodist Young People
Pick Cherries Sundays
The Live Wires, a class , of young
married people and mature- young pco
plo of the Sunday school of Leslie M.
ti. church, under tf'cj' supervision and
direction o.f their president and teach
er, A. C. Bohrnstedt, will, .go to the
Kimlball orchards to pick cherries Sat
urday afternoon and all day Sunday.
This will ibo repeated the two following
week ends, or so long as there are cher
ries to pick. The class consists of near
ly 50 young people, many of whom are
'already away at work for tho summer,
'but - the balance of the class who are
employed during the Week, will show
their patriotism and Christian spirit
by foregoing their usual day of rost
and engage in the most important Work
of the time helping to conserve food
for their boys at the front, our allies
and the starving peoples of Europe. It
i expected that 30 or more will go.
Have the Journal Job Dept.
i estimate on your printing 4
needs you get the benefit of
4c cash buying. Phone 81.
308 ACRES 1 milo from station, 290
cultivated, 18 pasture, modern, new
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, SO acres
clover, annual income $8500. Price
100 per acre.
280 acres, 235 cultivated, 80 pas
ture, 1 miles from station, fair im
provements; price $75 per acre.
60 acres bottom, 30 cultivated, 30
stump pasture, 2 miles of town, ex
change for valley farm elsowhorc;
90 acres, 60 cultivated, 23 in fruit,
30 timber and stump pasture, fair
improvements, 5 mile from Salem,
will exchange for southern Oregon,'
will assume; price $13,000.
' 290 acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good improve
ments, want , unincumbered ranch
closs to Salem not over $13,000;
320 acres Alta, Canada, exchange
for valley ranch or Salem residence
not over $6000.
330 acres Lake county, Oregon, im
proved, exwhnngo fo valley ranch,
not over $5000.
1ft acrea with modern 7 room house
4 blocks of Salem car line, exchange
for $2000 residence and mortgage
-for difforenee; price $4650. Soeolof
skv, 341 State St 7-15
IRRIGATION rOS 1918
For the purpose of trying to mail
the irrigation service more satisfac
tory the city will be divided into two
1 CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. I
QUICK REFERENCE TO.' FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
alem Electria Co, Masonic Temple,
DB. P. I OTTER, DENTIST, BOOMS
tu-414 .bans, ol Commerce bidg.
Phone 606. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FOBD
Over Ladd A Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
THE FIXIT SHOP Let ut Tepalr and
anarpen your lawn mowers. 01
Court. Phone 1022. , tt
DBS, B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican echool of Osteopathy, Eirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialized In
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Office 505 508 V. S. Nat. Bank
Bidg. Phone' 859. Residence, 3620
Court. Phone 2215. D. White Bei.
Wheat, soft white fl,
Wheat, red ..,
Wheat, -lower grades on sampli
Barley, ton ........-...............
Shorts, pet ton .........................
Hay, cheat, new
Hay, vetch, now
Hay clover, new
Dry white beans . ..
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot . . 15'&c
Veal, fancy 13tftfl4c
Cows ..... 5((7c
Spring lambe . . "12V4c
Ewe . B7c
Lambs, yearlings 9c
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash ......
Turkeys, live, No. 1 ...............
Hens, dressed, pound
Old roosters ........ .......
Broilers, live ...................
Potatoes, old ... ........
California Bed anions
Meets .. .......
Cucuuvbers ... ........
districts ao that each district will get
the full sorvico of the plant upon the
nay it irrigate.
The plan is to have th houses which
bear even numbers on the streets irri
gate only on Monday, Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday, and the houses which
near odd numbers on the streets irri
gate only on Tuesday, Thursday, Sat
urday and Sun-day. This plan win per
mit every house to irrigate four days
out of each week.
The purpose of the Water company
in furnishing water for irrigation is
not to furnish all the water a person
can run through the hose in the ail
irrigation hours every day, but to furn
ish enough water to keop the lawn in
condition;. To use -more than enough is
a waste. We will pump the usual
amount of water and hope to fnrnist
it more satisfactorily Salem Water,
Light A Power Co. tf
Bi Fisher '
127 North High
'NEW GRILL OPEN Opposite Oregon
Electric depot, lunches and imeaU at
all hours, from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sam Louie, 136 & High St. . 6 21
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. O. W. B. Uil
on, K. R. A 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Gamp No. 5248.meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High street, B. S Day, V. C.j J. A.
Wright, clerk. ;
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keolor, president; Mrs. Lou Tillsoo,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ncg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meet every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.,
oracle; Mrs, Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p.-.m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A-; C. A. Vibbart,
secretary, 340 Owens street,
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY; SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men 'a clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
Grape fruit, California .. $4.60
Lemons, box .... $9.5011
Bananas ...... . 8 Vie
Strawberries .'. $22.50
Dromedary dates ................ $8
Apricots '. $2.50
Creamery butter .............. 60
Flour, hard wheat $2.853.10
Flour, soft wheat $2.65
Country butter .. 45
Eggs, dozen . 40c,
Sugar sales limited to two pounds in
Salem and 5 pounds to rural purchas-
Portland. Or.. June 18. Butter, citv
r.ggs, tselec.tod local ex. 39(t10o
Ohecso triplets 2523o
Dally Livestock Market
Tone of market lower
Prime- steers $12I3
Choice to good steers $11(VI12
Medium to good steers $910
n!r to medium steers $8..Wrt)n.50
Uonunon to fair steers $7.5i)fa8.50
Choice cows and heifers $9(itl0
Medium ta good cows and heifer
Fair to medium cow aud heifers
Stockers and feeders $7(?i9
Tone of market steady unchanged
Prime mixed $lfi.00(5!lfi.75
Mediirm mixed $l.45u 10.C0
Rough heavies 15.60 15.73
Tone of market lower
East of mountain lambs $1414.50
Valley lambs $13.5014
WANT TO BUY for cash, modern
room nouse, with large lot; 135 acres
all tillable, near Muleshoe, Texas,
for Salem acreage; 24$ acres, 20$
cultivated, 40 pasture, good soil,
lays well, running water, 3 xnitaa
from town, wall sake $2500 in trade,
price $23,000; 60 acres all cultivates,
19 seres prunes, fair buildings, I
mile from town, $8,000. Owner, Tooa
1, 341 State St. 6-1T,
FOR SALE Five acres with gooa
l .. V J . V 1 1
uuuw, mra ruu uu uuuuiugB, ltjutr
ed, cross fenced and most of ths
ground seeded, good water froa
pump, fruit for family use; on a
good road 2 miles from city Em
its and oar line. Square Deal Real
ty Company, U. S- bank building.
Phone 470. " "
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Booi
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mais.
2247. Residence Main .2272. . .
STOVES REBUILT AND REP AIRES
SO years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes "20 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc. . '
Loganberry and bop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 858
Court street. Phone 124.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade etreet
Bills payable monthly in advance.
(In effect June second)
8 ALEM- GEER LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Salnm Q-lfl m
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:00 pjn.
ALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTER II
161 Lv Salem, motor...........7:50 a.m.
193 Lt Mem, motor ..-..fl:35
165 Lv Salem, motor l:4up.io.
Through car to Monmouth and Arlis
167 Lv Salem, motor 4:15 p.m.
169 Lv Salem, motor ........5:58 p.m.
239 Wy frt. Lv Balem...., 5:00 a.m.
162 Ar at Balem- 9:10 a.m.
164 Ar. at Salem 11:00 a.m.
160 Ar at Salem 8:00 p.m.
ICS Ar et Salem 5:35 p.m.
li) Ar at Salem 7:20 p.m.
840 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 f Ja.
Leave Arrive Arrive
'Portland Salem Eugene
6:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 ant
8:30 am 10:11 am 12:25 paj
10:45 am 12:50 pm
Z:05pm 4:15 pm 0:33 pm,
4:45pm 6:40pm 8:50pm
0:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:50 am
'North Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Street 15 and 20 minutes later)
12:05 am 4:35 am
1:50 pm .
14.. 11:20 am
1 6 Ltd 1:55 pm
10 "4:10 pm
22 0.25 pm
(North Bank Station (Arrive Jefferson
Street 15 minutes earlier) .'Leave Cor
vallis. CORVAXLjIS CONNlSrSIONS
Leave Corvalli Arrive Salem
8:25 am.Nortl.bound....9:45 am
12:12 pm....Northbound....l:50 am
2:41 pm....Nortbb3und....4:00 pm
4:10 pm..Northbound....5:30 pm
6:18 pm Nornbound.7:55 pm
8:35 amSouthbound..9:57 am
10:15 am....Southbound..ll:33 am
J J2:50 pm....Southbo infl ...S pm
4:15 pm....Southbound....5:40 pm
8:40 pm...JSouthbound8:00 psa
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