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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918.
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I Willamette Valley News ii
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Donald, Or., Aug. 10. A social organi
sation was effected Friday evening at
the Eastern Star meeting, composed of
Masons and Eastern Star ladies. They
rail themselves the "Skookum Club".
Officers elected were as follows: Airs,
i'red Sexsniith, president; J. C. Moore,
vicoprcsidout; Airs. Lorin Gi..'sey, geere
tary; Fred Yergen, treasurer.
Mrs. Koy Garrett left Saturday for a
ten days visit with her siste at Hert
A. S. Magers and George Elgin of Sa
I'm, were Donald visitors during the
Mrs. A. E. Feller and daughter Ber
iiice arc spending the week in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hervich of St.
Johns were w..'ek end visitors at the
home of i. C. Moore.
Mrs. A. Aufrauce, Mrs. Sexsmith,
Mrs. J. C. Moore and Mr. Oreeman mo
tored to Aurora and Woodburn on Tues
day i Hra, Fay and son and Mr, Poff of
Portland wore guests of Mr. and Mis.
Moore Sunday afternoon.
J. 0. Young and son, commission mer
chants of Portland, were guests at the
Jtungalow hotel over Sunday, accom
panied by Mrs. Evely Pyle of Portland,
and Mrs. Morcer of Donald. They mo
tored to the lake n.oar St. Paul and spout
the afternoon. , '
Carl M. Latin, wife aud daughter mo
tored .out fj.am .Portland Monday, and
were guests at th Bungalow hotel. Mrs.
liatiu aud Katheiine will remain for an
indefinite period at the hotel.
George Case had tho misfortune to
loose tho separator of his threshing ma
liino by firo last Friday. He was just
ftiLgiiiiuii ills Hranuu ui iuii:niuu(, iiuv
ing only run nbout one hour. Mr. W'hit
i.iy lost all of his grain also in the f ic.
All was a total loss. Another cigarette
11 r. Fred Yergen and family attended
a picnic at Forest Grove on tho 4tu. It
being a reunion of old friends from Stnr
gis, South Dakota. Mrs. Yerg.on being a
native of that place.
Mrs. George Lamb took lillle Helen
to Woodburn to have Iter teetli treated
ly a Woodburn dentist on Wednesday.
Mrs. Stonehouscr of Fargo was shop
jiing in Donald on Monday. Mrs. Stone
liouscr has three boys in the service; two
of them in France and the other will
kiav.0 Camp Lewis soon for ' ' over the
seas. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Davton Wslkor had
as their guest Sunday the following per
ons: Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brown, Mrs.
Marsha! and daughter, Mabel of Salem,
and Mr. and Mrs. Kudolph Shedeck of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Freeman and sons
Walter and Billy sp.eut Sunday in Sa
lem. Tho traveling library was received in
Donald on Wednesday. Mrs. M. W.
Johnson will act as librarian for the
present. Books can be found at the
Johnson store. Itis through the gener
osity of Messrs. Espey, Majors, Rex
mith, Hamilton, that the expenses of
getting the library is met so that the
people of Donald and community nuiy
Jiav.e access to reading matter. It is to
be hoped the people will show their ap
preciation by reading ths books, free to
all, by complying with the rule. '
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Price of Onegon City was buried
last Friday afternoon in the family
cemetery on the Lsson farm three miles
east of Gervais.
Dr. A. E. Wrightnian. of Silverlou
has received a commission as f rrs lieut
enant in the medical division of the U.
8. navy and will be ready to take up his
duties within the next month. !
Clieve Shield of Gervais, Mike Hanip'
at Brooks, and Dvright Schaap of North
Howell havfl been accepted by tlie draft
board and expect to leave on the 1 5th
to attend the Benson Polytechnic school
Will Hudson, well known at Brooks,
surprised his many friends Tuesday
when he returned from Portland with a
Itride, Miss Fay Jones, niece of M. L.
Jones. The young couple will live in this
district for the present.
Mrs. Dr. Wm. Jones and her sir.ter-in-law
of KaVm, have been visiting the
Kicmiind families the past week. Mrs.
Jncg is a sir.ter of A. R. and L. Sieg
mund. Dr. Wm. Jones is with a U. S.
hospital corps "somewhere in France."
There was a home gathering of th.?
children of Mr. and Mrs. II. T). Man-
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Syl
vcriter Manning Sunday Aug. 5, 1918,
and was celebrated by a picnic dinner
and ice cream. There w.-re 26 grand
children and 14 grown people.
A verpleasant gathering was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Moisau
in Brooks last Sunday, their entiro fam
ily being present exicpt L. A.' of Cali
fornia and Fred and Charles who are in
tho army and navy respectively. The
party was in honor Of their youngest
son Hubert, who will leave August 5th
for Spoknno, where h? will attend the
auto mechanic school, after which he
will be assigned to some part in the
Miss Francis Yoder was in Portland
Wednesday on business connected with
the Hubbard schools which will Iv? cal
ling to tho students on Monday, Sep
tember 2, not Vl'ry far distant.
Last Mouday H. C. Mack took over
the interest in the Hubbard Drug com
pany that had been held by the Huntley
Drug company, of Oregon City. Mr.
Mack is celebrating the eveut this week
with a special price on many of the
Mis. J. E. Langdon entertained her
Sunday school class last Thursday ai'v
noon. Games were played and a de
lightful afternoon was enjoyed. Re
freshments of ie.o cream and cookies
were served. Members of the class
present were: Myrtle Ainsworth, Kath
eiine Pook, Maxine Beck, Mary and
Kuth Horschbergor, Vesta Bevtus, Opal
Dunn, Orvn Barrett. .
A former Hubbard boy, James Bevens
a'-un'ing to news that reached his re
latives here last week, must have the
intercession of fate on his side, while
over therfl iu France with the colors.
When he left hero ho was but fifteen
years old, Inter ho went to Canada and
io ik up a chiui; when the war bioka out
he went with the first troops aud has
had four years of it, boon wounded sov
en tiuies and is in an English hospital
now. He surely has hud his share but
lie says ha wuntH to stay aud see it
Miss Merl Dimiek gave a party in hon
or of Miss Huth Cornish of Valparaiso,
ind'., Wednesday evening. The evening
was spent in games and music. A Hoover
lunch was served. For diversion fiach
guest was given a stick of candy to be
used as the foundation for a doll. Some
very unique creations resulting. Pries'
w.?re awarded Miss Mao Crittenden and
Miss Ruth Calvert. Thoso present were:
Alisses Ruth Cornish, Mae and Ruby
Crittenden, Lena nilbert, Lois Simms,
Fiances Weaver, Buth divert, Ida
Mtautrer, Bouiiey Hallulay, Marie By
ers, Mrs. Leonning nud Mrs. Julius Stau-i
Mrs. M. France whoso home has been
at Hubbard until recently, moving to
cast of Aurora, reutrncd from American
Lake last week. Mrs. Franco was called
to Seattle a month ago by the death of
her brother, Amos Bevens, a former resi
dent of Hubbard. His death was at
first thought to have been caused by
falling from a scaffolding while work
ing in the ship yard. On closer investi
gation the coroner was of the opinion
that he had been robbed and killed be
fore he was thrown into the water. Mrs.
France remained at Seattle a short time
following- the funeral aud stopped at
Camp Lewis on the way down to sre
her sou Elbert France, who is a murnbtr
of the 20th company, 5th battalion, ISO
Mis Eulalie Braden entertained a
number of h.?r school friends with a
stopping party last Tuesday evening at
her home east of town, tho first of
these jolly times since school closed. The
first part of thu evening was spent
around a large bonfire, roasting weines
anu piaying gam's. t.ater the time was
spent in singing and dancing .enjoved
until a late hour. Those present wc,p
Misses Alone Hit l irk, Irene Boje, Kath
leen Hall, Katherin.? Grimps, Helen
rry, Jennie Price of Coquille; Helen
Brade, Lorenc and Eulalie Braden;
Messrs. Emil Paulsen, 1'rsulc Wolfcr,
of Portland, who arrived unexpectedly,
Geo. I rc v, rteddie ioder, Robert Brown
A. Littick, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Braden. Enter
prise. NORTH HOWELL NEWS-
(Capital Journal Special Service)
North Howell Or. Aug. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. KIlia Hevens motored 1 to Oor
vail is Sunday.
The family of Dennie Manning held
a reunion on the Manning farm Sun
dav Aug. 4. AH memlxTS of the fam
ily were present except one son Frank
who is in the army.
Missro Agnes and Irene Jefferson
were calling on Alice Morgan Sunday
Miss Maude Beer has returned from
a visit with Mrs. Carl Wowney of
w - 1
Born To Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jef
ferson Modnay, August 5 a lOVi
pound girl. She has been named Celia
Mr. aud Mrp. Clyde Phillips and
children were visiting relatives here
Wednesday of last week.
Will Oddie is working in the Sil
Mr. Arthur Porter of Portage Wis.,
and his brother Frauk Porter of Oak
land, Cal., wee visiting Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bump, this week.
W. H. Stevens of Salem, was visit
ing iu North Howell Sunday.
Dwight Schaap and Peter Russ have
enlisted for a special course of school
ing in the arniv. These young men are
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton. Or., Aug 10.fi. R. Nelson, of
the Marketeria Grocery accompanied
by his wife and baby, spent several
days this weci in Portland.
Frank Klecker came up from Warren
ton and spent a .day or two this week
Mrs. J. P. Lau and children left Fri
day morning for Ft. Canby, Wash., to
visit a few days wifli her husband,
Sergeant Lau. '
Arthur Ward and family, of Portland
are visiting at the home of Mr. Ward's
mother, Mrs. A. V. Shelly.
Mrs. Fred Ficklin has gone to Olyra
pia, Wash., where her husband is em
ployed. Mrs. T. W.. Creech is home from
summer whool at Monmouth-
Ed Neff, a resident here a number
of years ago, is hero from Everett,
Wash., visiting his uncle E. Shepperd
and other relatives.
Bert Millsap, wife and son, of Leban
on, visited the first of the week with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lesley.
F. A. Siegmund, of Fern Ridge, was
iu town Wednesday. The Siegmunds
have been using a combined harvester
and thresher on their place this year
for the first time and are well pleased
with it. Mr. Sicgmuira says that their
crop of wheat will run about half, and
that tho neighbors report about the
. Frank Ferry, who was so badly in
jured by being crushed between his
threshing, machine and tractor, and ta
ken soon after the accident to a Salem
hospital, is reported improving, and it
is thought he will recover, although at
first it was thought his injuries would
prove fatal. His brother, Andrew, who
was also badly hurt, is gaining nicely
and expects to be able to be about
again in a weeK or more.
John Mack, whose home near west
&tavton was destroyed by fire a few
weeks ago, has begun the erection of a
new home, purcnasing a Dili or lum
ber for the same in Mtayton this week.
Joseph Ripp of Sublimity, has been
assisting iu the Stayton Mail office
Rev. Warren and family are again
occupying the M. r 1'arsonage, the
addition to the building having been
Mi's. SI. S. Burson, who has been
quite ill, is reported considerably bet
ter. Her daughter, Misf Lefa Hill, of
Silverton, has been with her for sev
C. A. Bcauchamp, who has been on
the list of sick for several days is con
Ciias. Gehlen spent a couple of dayB
this week in Portland on businecg.
and Mrs. Ferguson of eastern
Oregon, are visiting at T. C. Crab-
DEATH OF JOHN M'CORMICK.
Afl.'r an illness lasting over a yeai,
and with that calm resignation charac
teristic of his gentle manner, John Me
Cormick a respected citizen of West
Woodburn, where ho spent all his life,
being born in that locality, passed away
Tuesday night at the McCormick resi
dence, with the members of his family
ut his bedside.
Born on the now Charles McCormick
farm, iu the year 1854, John McCormick
attend 'd the local school there, and went
to Portland to continue his studies, later
uoiiig to California. A musician both of
the gift of nature and study, for over
thirty years Mr. McCormick was organ
ist at tho Catholic church of Gervai and
St. Louis, and many of his contemporar
ies will yet admit that "no one could
play the organ just lik John."
In 1SS1 he married Miss Katie McKay
of St. Paul and five children blessed the
union, all of whom are living. Thf.y arc
Mrs. B. Buttcrfield, GertrucV; and Mar
garet, who reside at home; Joseph and
James. Woodburn Independent.
DEATH OF MRS. MARY ROTH.
Mis. Mary Egli Both died at the home
of h"r son, Samuel RoTli, Elliott Prairie
at 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning, Aug
ust 4th, aged 70 years.
Mary EkH was born in Waterloo
county. Oatario, Canada, June 17, 1843.
She moved. with her parents to Jefferson
county, Iowa, in October, 1854, where
Polk County Pig Qubs
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore., Aug. 10. L. P. Harrin,
representing state department of educa
tion of tho Oregon Agricultural college,'
is m Pout county this week the guest of
Floyd D. Moore, rural school supervisor.
The two men have made a complete cau
nass of the county and have visited
members of the pig club in every com
munity. Mr. Harrington states that he
has visited about every county in the
stato and that in none of them he found
more interest being taken in this brunch
of school work than in Polk county.
During the past few months eommunitv
picnics havo been held in the various
school districts of the county and pig
judging has been one of the chief at
tracfions at these gatherings.
Newberg Cannerymen Buying Here.
H. C. Crowiell, purchasing agent for
tho Valley Cannery company at New
berg, has been in this city tho past
week looking after berries and small
fruits. The .Newberg cannery has a
lnrga contract with the quartermasters
department of the United States army,
and Mr. Crowell is kept busy looking af
ter boriies and fruits to fili the order.
The Newberg cannery is paying an aver-
agio 1 cents per pound for green
plums; 1 cent per pound for purple
plums; 5 cents per pound for evergreen
blackberries and from $35 to $40 per ton
for Bartlett pears. A large number of
fruit growers m this community con
tracked thoir fruits with tho above" con
Dallas Man Buys Farm Property.
The Al Gemcr ranch located a mile east
of Dallas, adioiuincr thn farm of the late
M. Burford was purchased this week by
G. O. Butler of thig city. Mr. Gamer
lives at Portland at present but for
many years was ono of the prominent
farmers of this community. Mr. Butler
buys the place as an investment.
rormer Dallas Man Heads The
Salem Commercial Club.
Frank Chapman, a former resident of
Dallas and one of its foremost business
men in past days, has been chosen man-
ager of the Commercial club in tho cap-
iial city. Mr. Chapman succeeds R. S.
Gill who has entered the war service.
Mr. Chapman is a brother of R. L.
Chapman of this city aud has made his
homo in Salem for the past several years
and is the owner of a large fruit ranch
near that city.
Schults Barber Shop Changes Hands.
Clarence W. Shultz for the past fif
teen years proprietor of a barber shop
on Main street has sold his place of
business to Euiil Fibvett of Portland.
Mr. Schultz will devote his time in the
futuw of his pruno ranch located sev
eral miles northwest of Dallas. Mr. Fib
v.ett formerly conducted a barber shop
ha the Gerlinger building in Portland.
Mrs. F. H. Morrison and daughter,
Miss Edna, left Tuesday for a short out
ing at tho coast.
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Bennett of Tilla
mook were guests at the home of Mr.
Bennett's niothjr on Mill street this
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sibley and little
daughter left Thursday morning for a
ten days outing at tho Tillamook county
Eugene Havter, cashier of true Dallas
' National bank, has returnod from a
short visit with relatives at Jlcaiina
villc. Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Johnson left yes
terday morning for a vacation at Seat
tle aud other Washington points.
she married Joseph Roth, Novembch 29,
1800. From thero they moved to Hick
ory county, Missouri, in the falf of 1869,
and to Arkansas, in Jhe fall of 1882.
They moved with their family to Oregon
in January, 1892. The husband passed
away March 28, 1910. She was th mo
ther of ten children, two of whom, Cath
erine and Anna, died in their infancy.
Surviving her are four sons and 'our
daughters Daniel Roth, Samuel Roth,
Levi Roth, Amos Roth, Mrs. Lydia Yo
dor, Mrs. Mary Strubhar, Mrs. Sarah
Good and Mrs. Hannah Noffj$?r. Ail
of the children reside in the section east
of Woodbufn except Mrs. Good, whose
homo is near White Sulphur Springs in
Montana and who arrived here with her
children Tuesday night, Woodburn In
dependent. THE MARKET
Wheat, soft white $22.05
Wheat, lower trades on sample
i Hay, eheat, new $5e
;lay, clover, new $2i
Int,rnil Wnt'AJ Pow
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( vwANT THAT
if CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. I
liii QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
ii ! WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEEI-WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS g
Ktan Electria Co, Masonio Temple,
Hay, oat ',
Mill run .
Dry white beans .
Buttcrfat .. : 53o
Creamery butter 55c
Fork, Veal and. Mutton
Pork, on foot 16Vj1V 3-4c
Veal, fancy 1415Vic
Steors . 79
Cows - 40ie
Spring lambs lOcc
Ewes..-- - -46t
Lambs, yearlings C7c
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash .. .. 40o
Eggs, trade 41 e
Hens, dressod, pound 32c
Old roosters 1213c
Broilers, live 2225c
Hens, pound l21e
Potatoes, New ,
Onions, Walla Walla
Cabbago -. 4(a)4tti0
Tomatoes, crate 90c(ci$l
Turnips - z,je
Cucumbors - 'J4"J
I Watermelons 1
Peaches, crato '
Grapefruit, California $3.75
j Lemons, box - $8.509.o0
j Dromodary dates $"
Creamery butter . .. 60c
Flour, hard wheat .
Suear sales limited to two pounds in
Salem and 0 Bounds to rural purchasers.
For canning purposes 25 lbs. at one
Portland, Or., Aug. 10. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 4(tt;)Uc
Cheese, triplets, 2728c
Dally livestock Market
Tone of market Bteady, unchanged
Prime steera $U.75(a;12.75
Choice to good steors $1112
Medium to good steers $910
Fair to medium steers $89
Common to fair steers $58
Choice cows and heifers $8.509
Modium to n-ood cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and neiiers
Stockers and feeders $79
Receipts 100 ,
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime mixed $18.85(519.15
Medium mixed $18.(5(f18.85
Rough heavies $17-40. 17.90
Tone of market steady, unchanged
East of mountain" lambs $1314
Valley lambs $12.50(513
We will pay $2.75 per hund
red delivered at Salem
Price based on 4 per cent
Marion Creamery & Produce
Phone 2488 - Salem, O.
127 North High
FOB RENT Business location at 168
north Commercial, will remodel te
suit tenant. See E. M,. Klinger, 463
6tat street, Salem. . tt
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, witl ji
without fixtures; will remodel to
suit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klinger, 463 State street, Sa
DRS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopath io physicians and
serve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican echcol of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialised ia
nervous diseases at Lot Angeles Col
lege, Officos 505 508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bidz. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 221S. Dr. Whit Res.
DB. T. I UTTER, DENTIST, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of ' Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. ' ' H-4
DR. CARL MILLER, Dentist, Room
414 Bank of Commerce bldg. Phone
. WATER COMPANY
SALEM WATER COMPANY Officl
corner Commercial and Trade street
Bills payable monthly in advance- ,
MONEY TO LOAN .
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD .
Over Ladd ft Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE -
Men's clothes, ihoes, hats, jewel. J,
watches, tools, musical iustrumeoC'S
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suM
eases, trunks, cameras, typewrite l
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 3rf
Court street. Phone 493.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry aud hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 151
Court street. Phonn 124.
FOR SALE 250 auras. 100 in cultiva
tion, belance in pasture and timber
Fine stieam of water, good buildings
and f!d road. 3-4 mile from a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price $60 per acre. Phone 470
Square Deal Realty Company. U. 8.
Bank Building, Snlem. 7-17
IF ITS REALTY or a tmslnest, you
will sell quicker, buy better, trade
easier thru our system of buying
and selling without commission. Up
and doing people everywhere nse our
July booklet to save time aul money
Coll or write Oregon Realty Ex
change Inv. Co., Inc., 28 Breyman
Bldg., Saleia Ore., Eugene, Portland,
IMPROVED 10 acres, 5 1-2 miles from
Salem, for rooming house not over
$4000 Equity in 17 acres, for Salem
residence, not over $3000, price
$4500. 640 acres millions of feet of
saw timber, plenty of water, 3 miles
from saw mill. on tho railroad; good
stock preposition Will take $3000 in
trade balance cash. Easy terms, $15
per acri. Soeolofsky. 341 State street
BRING YOUR TRADES
I can match you. C. W. Nicmoyer, Real
Sstate Agnt, Canada Lands, 544 State
Journal Yant Ads Pay
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
"Men's clcJthca, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles guna, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewritert
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court iitreet. Phone 493, 8-3.
SALEM SCAVENGER Chart Bool
froprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
inds removed on monthly contract
t reasonable rates. Yard and eea
fools cleaned. . Office phone Idaoa
247. Residence Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tueaday
at 8- P. Andreses, a tt V. B. UU
on, K. R. ft S.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. S246,raeeta
in Derby building, corner Court an
High street. R. . Day, V. C.J 1. A.
SALEM HUMANlS tswi KTT D. IX
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tiilsom,
secretary. All ease of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animal should be re
ported to th secretary for inTtt
' gation.: -...': '.':
ROYAIi NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meet every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mr. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St-,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Person, recor
der, 1415 N.. 4th St. Phono 1436M,
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No, 84, meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. in L O. O. F.
hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.
O. A. Vibbert, secretary, 840 Ow
(In effect June second)
SALEM- GEES LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a.a.
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:00 p..
ALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTXKX
161 Lv Salem, motor 7:50 a.m.
113 Lt Balem, motor 9:35 am.
165 Lt Salem, motor 1:40 pjn.
Through car to Monmouth and Arlie
167 Lv Salem, motor 4:15 p.m.
169 Lv Salem, motor 5:58 p.m.
30 Wy fit. Lt Salem. -5:00 ajn.
103 Ar at Salem .. .-8:10 aja.
164 Ar. at Balem 11:00 aja.
166 Ar at Salem 8:00 p.i
168 Ar at Salem
170 Ar at Salem
m Wy frt Ar Salom
Trala Leave Arrive Arrlv
Ha. Portland Salem Engen
1 - 6:30 am 8:35am 10:50 am
5 Ltd i:J0 am 10:11 am 2:25pBj
, 10:45 am 12:50 pm
9 i , - 2:05 pm 4:15 pm 6:85 pn
13 Ltd. 4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:50 pn(
17 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
io , 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
II - 11:45 pin 1:55 am S:BUaa
North Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Street 15 and 20 minute later;
Leav Arrive .
.12:05 am 4:35 am
7:35 am 9:45 am
U :20 am 1:50 pm
i Ltd 1:55 pm
10 4:10 pm 5:30 pm
22 5.25 pm 7:53 pm
xNorth Bank Station (Arrivj Jefferson
Street 15 minute earlier) .Iav Cor
rallis. CORVALLJ.S CONNSSTIONi
Leav Corvalli Arrive Baler
8:25 am.Norttbound -.9:45 am
12:12. pnu-Northbaund.l:50 am
1:41 pNorthbDund..4:00 pm
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