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DAILY OATITAli JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1010.
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further notice This does not include sales on muslin,
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UNITED MESS LEASED WIDE.
- Danvlllo, 111., April 19. A letter
lias just been received by Judgo Love,
of Danville, from his daughter, Mrs.
Leila Love-Brown, In Europe, which
concludes with this statement;
"When Roosevelt reaches Now
"York, Taft will bo pleased to have an
automobile run over him."
Mrs. Brown Is touring the world
with Dr. Dorsey, of Chicago, as his
While In Naples she wrote 55 let
"ters at the former president's dlcta-
tlon. In the "epistles ho freely dis
cussed the political situation In the
While Mrs. Brown makes no direct
statements in Her letters, she lntir
mates that Roo'sovolt will return and
run for the presidency.
Her father declares that should she
make all her lcttres public, that a
sensation would bo created.
Mrs. Brown says In part:
"I have written a number of letters
-for Roosevelt, which, if their con
tents wore known, would create quite
a sensation in Amorica. But I can
way this: Thebeliof hero is that mft
has been foolish to throw away tho
last shred of public confldonco by
publicly acknowledging, as ho has in
-several speeches of late, his inability
to cope with the situation, and his
"Thcro aro many things In the
Roosevelt letters of both Interest and
importance about which I must keep
JFLOCK pV RARE PIGEONS SEEN
Jtcpo't-ted That Covey of Hiiro Birds
Is Seen in Valley Should Inter
est Audubon Society.
A good-sized floik of wild pigeons
lias boon seen In tho valloy and from
tho general description of their ap
pearance, methods of flight, etc., It
' -would seem that they are tho pas
senger pigeon, onco so numerous in
n middle west and eastern states,
but now supposed to bo practically
Should this flock prove to bo the
truo passenger pigeon It will bo a
-matter of considerable intorest to the
ornithological world, as a recent re
port from offlalals of the Aububon
society assorts that there is not a
single flock of these birds left in the
wild state and less than a score in
It Is barely possible that a HmUed
numlior of these lnterestlnn and
1st In tho Cascade range, unnoticed
"by naturalists and but little molested
"by hunters. Should this prove true,
an effort should bo made to thor
oughly protect this remnant of tho
vast flocks that onco were a feature
of the United States.
The flock in question is estimated
to contain from 200 to 300 birds.
ALSO A GOOD
f UNITED MESH IBAMD WI1U9.I
Nice, France. April 1 9. Efforts
waro made to recover tho -aeroplane
owned by M. Rougler. which dlvod In
to the ew. yesterday while Rougler
was performing some aerial maneuv
ers. Rougiar narrowly escaped drown
ing. When the plane twisted and
fell, the "blrdman" beofttne entangled
In a stay and was pulled beneath the
waves when tho machine sank.
Before It reached the bottom
Rougler managed to break tho stay
and rose to tho surface. He was res
cued by boatmen.
Tho aeronaut said that tho acci
dent was caused by tho failure of tho
rudder to respond at a critical mo
ment. Too Much Metal in Her.
Los Angeles, April 10. Miss Myr
tle Williams, a telephone operator,
resigned her position today. Miss
Williams has a silver inlaid splno.
Sho feared sho would bo electrocuted.
.Miss Williams Injured her backsev-
oral years ago. She was operated on
by a celebrated surgeon In New York.
Tho doctor Inserted a silver plato be
tween two of tho injured vertebrae.
Last week, while at her switch-'
board, Miss Williams received a shock
that hurled her to the floor. She was
soon convinced that she must load an
insulated life", and tako no chances of
future shocks. She resigned her po
sition tipon advice of the doctor who
WITH JACK KNIFE
JOHN MINGLER SHOWED COOL
NESS AND NERVE, AND SAVED
HIS FELLOW-AVORKMAN'S LIFIi
HY PROMPT ACTION. f
Portland, Ore., April 10. Wil
liam Meyers, 35 years .old, a con
croto worker, was saved from a hor
rible death when John Mingler, a
fellow workman, with tho aid of n
jack knife, amputated his left arm
near the elbow, when it became fast
In the gear chain of a concrote ma
chine last n'ght. Movers is now at
tho Good Samaritan hospital In a
critical condition caused by the
shrock and loss of blood.
Meyers' glove caught in a chain
ho was endeavoring to replace, and
hip left hand and arm were drawn
into tho cogs. His screams brought
assistance of other workmen.
Mingler whipped out his jack
knlfo and while his companions sup
ported Meyers, he cut the flesh about
tho cogs and trimmed It to the shat
tored portion of the forearm. The
Injured man was then put aboard a
street car and sent to tho hospital.
Reaching tho Top,
In any calling of life, demands a vig
orous body and a keen brain. With
out health thero Is no success. But
Electric Bitters Is the greatest
Health Builder the world has ever
known. It compels perfect action
of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels,
purifies and enriches the blood, tones
and invigorates ' the whe'o system
nnd enables 'you to stand iho wear
and tear of your dally work. "After
months of suffering from Kidney
Thouble," writes W. M; Sherman, of
Cushlng, Me., "three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters mado mo feel like a new
man." 50c at J. 0. Perry's,
As to the name Smith, a cor
respondent of the London Chronicle
points out that while there aro now
about 350,000 members of the great
family in England alone, in Old
Testament times, according to the
first book of Samuel, "thero was no
Smith throughout tho land of
Israel." This verso the late Bishop
Wllborforco said was tho hardest
ono in tho Bible to quote without
Forced to Leave Home.
Every year a largo number of poor
sufferers whoso lungs are sore and
racked with coughs aro urged to go
to another climate. But this Is cost
ly and not always sure. There's a
bettor way. Let Dr. King's New
Discovery cure you at home. "It
cured me of lung trouble," writes
W. R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark.,
"when all else failed and I gained
47 pounds in weight. Its surely the
King or all cough and lung cures."
Thousands owo their lives and health
to" It, Its positively guaranteed for
Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma,
Croupall Throat and Lung" trou
ble. 500 and 1.O0. Trial bottle
free at J. O. Perry's.
Will G. Steel 'arrived In Medford
Thursday on his way to Crater Lako
and brings the good nows that James
J. Hill, tho empire builder, and Louis
W. Hill, president of the Great
Northern railroad, and Samuel Hill,
president of the National Good
Roads association, have all accepted
Invitations to visit Crater Lake this
coming summer. In addition to
these railroad men, Secretary of the
Interior R. A. Balllnger, Attorney
General Wlckershani, former Chief
Forester Glfford Pinchot and present
Forester H. M. Graces havo all ac
cepted invitations to visit Medford
and the lake. An invitation has
been extended to Theodore Roose
velt, and Mr. Pinchot hopes to bring
him west from Kansas,City concorva
Graves Hero Soon.
Chief Forester Graves will bo the
first visitor of note. He will arrive
next month and, although it will bo
a little early for tho Crator Lako
season,- tho Commercial club, (whose
Invitation both ho and Secretary Bal
lingor accepted, will endeavor to seo
that they arrive at the lako.
"I found when in Washington,"
stated Mr. Steel, "that thero was a
strong sontiment against doing any
thing for Crater Lake because of tho
decision of the supremo court hold
ing tho road a local affair. Every
where among tho government offi
cials I was asked: 'Is tho Yosemlte
a local affair; Is the Yellowstone a
local affair; how can Crator Lake bo
a local affair?'
"Tho only thing that won tho day
and secured tho forestry appropria
tion for a road in tho rosorvo was
tho assurance given by the Medford
Commercial club that Its members
would build tho highway.
, All at Lecture.
"After making a thorough canvass
among tho officials I asked them all
as a personal favor to attend a lec
ture 1 gave Injino of tho churchos.
This gavo me an hour and a half to
talk Crator Lake nnd show my Illustrated-
views. I grilled tho su
premo court for Its decision agains
tho highway and brought 'out tho
fact as a climax that the road would
bo built anyway, and that tho Mod
ford spirit would build It. Tho an
nouncement was received with
"We oxpect a heavy season at tho
park this year. Crator Lako Is bo
coming better known than over, and
If it can bo mado accessible thero Is
no limit to the number of tourists
wno will annually visit It. As soon
as tho roads are open wo will resume
construction work and oxpect to have
the Inn on the edge of the lako
ready for use as soon as travel
Mr. Steel left this afternoon for
Klamath Falls. Medford Mall-Tribune.
Men and Women Unanimous About
Many women weep and wall and
refuso to be comforted because their
onco magnificent tresses have bo
come thin and faded. Many men In
clino to profanity becauso the files
bite through tho thin thatch on their
cranlums. It will bo good news to
tho miserable of both sexes, to loarn
that Newbro's Herplclde has been
placed upon tho markot. This Is
the new scalp gormlcldo and anti
septic that acts by destroying tho
germ or microbe that Is tho under
lying causo of all hair destruction
Herplclde is a now preparation,
made after a now formula on on en
tirely now principle. Anyono whoi
has tried It will testify as to its
worth. Try It yourself nnd bo con
vinced. Sold, by leading druggists
Sond 10c In stamps for sample to
Tho Horplclde Co., Dotrolt. Mich.
One dollar bottles guaranteed. J.
The State of . Pennysylvanla has
had Its $1.4,000,000 Oflptlol build
Ins u rod for $3,000,000. Peoplo who
have been In doubt as to the amount
thq grafters got should be able now
to figure It out with Httlo trolublo.
tAs j g
tj 1 1 jp
San Francisco, April 19. Wheat
Australian and Propo, 51.75
1.80; Sonora, ?1.77 1.87;
goo dto choice, Calif, club, $1.60
1.G5; northern wheat bluestcm,
$1.67 1.72 club, $1.G2
1.65; Turkey, $1.601.65; Russian
Red, $1.57 1.62.
Barley Feed, good to choico,
$1.17 1. 20; fancy, $1.22;
poor to fair, $1.10 1.15; browing
and shipping, $1.25, 1.27;
Eggs Per dozen, Calif, fresh In
cluding cases, extras, 23 c;-firsts,
22 c; seconds, 22c; thirds, 21c.
Butter Per lb Calif, fresh ox-
tras, 27c; firsts, 26 c; seconds,
25c: packing stock o. 1. 24c.
New cheese Per lb., New Calif.
flats fancy, 13 c; firsts, 13c; sec
onds, 12 c; Calif. Young America
fancy, 15 c; firsts, 15c, Eastern
Oregon, 19c; do Young America.
20c; storago Now York Cheddars
fancy, 20c; do singles, 20c; Wiscon
sin slrigles, fancy, 19c; Oregon fan
cy, 10 c.
Potatoes Per cental, Rlvor
Whites, 50 66c; In sacks with ox
tra stock quotablo at 70 90c pet-
cental; Lompocs, $1.401,C0; Sa
linas, $1.251.35; new rier lb., 2
3c; sweots In crates, $2.2 5 2.50
for fancy only.
Onions Por cental, Oregon,
$1.50 01.65; do Bermuda seed 3,
tf5c per lb.; now green, per box.
Orangos Por box now navals
choice $1.752; fancy $2.252.75
new Tangerines, $lr.50.
Local Wholesale Market.
Flour, hard wheat.. $5.75
Flour, valloy $5.20 5.40
Mill feed, bran $28.00
Wheat, bushel $1.00
Oats bushol 40 42
Hay, cheat 17 18
Hay, oat t 17 18
Vetch hay $15 17
Hops, 1909 crop 1317c
CKIttlm bark 3c
Mohair t. . ,27c
Potatoes, b'U 20 40c
Apples, bushel v 75c$1.25
Butter ana Efcgs.
Butter, creamery 36c
Butter, country 25c
Brolleni and fryers 5
Roosters (young) 12 c
Roosters (old) 6c
Ducks 12 c
Iji v cstoclc
Steers (undor 1000 lb) $5G
Steers (1000 to 1200 lb) ...$67
Hogs, fat 994c
Stock 6c 8
Spring Iambs 8
Veal, according to quality .10 lie
Object to Strong Medicines.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheumatism. Thero
is no need of internal treatment in
any case of muscular or chronic
rheumatism, and more than nine, out
of every ten cases of the disease arj
of one or tho other of these variotles.
When thero Is no fever and Httlo (If
any) swelling, you may know that It
is only necessary to apply Changer
Iain's Liniment frcoly to get quick
relief. Try it. For silo by all good
THE CALL OF THE WEST.
"Der Ruf dos Wostens" Is the
name of a now German nowspaper
that has boon started at Portland to
especially' represent the interests of
the 100,000 Gorman speaking peo
ple residing In Orogon. It is edited
with great ability and will prove u
powerful ageney in bringing larger
numbers of German people to this
state. - More Germans are needed to
occupy the farming lands of this
state and for this purpose tho state
should have a well, equipped Immi
GRANTED SOME PETITIONS, IX
DULGED IN A HIT OF SARCASM,
AND ADJOURNED UNTIL NEXT
Tho city council convened early
last night and it adjourned early,
Thoro was but Httlo business tran
sacted that is when compared with
that of tho usual council meeting
and of that Httlo thero were but few
mattors that were of much interest.
It was gathered, howovor, from ro-
mnrits mado by tho counciimen that
much business would bo brought up
at tho next meeting; and when an
adjournment was taken it was until
noxt Monday evening. Most of tho
business to bo then transacted Is of
an urgent character.
Must Furnish Datn.
A resolution was presented and
passed In rotation to tho franchise
of tho Portland Eugene & Eastern
Railroad company. Tho city has a
number of improvements ponding on
Front stroot und has asked tho com
pany to furnish it with maps and
data showing what portion of tho
street will bo occupied by tho com
pany's franchise so that tho Im
provement work can go forward
In an Intelligent manner. Tho com
pany, however, has declined to com
ply with the request and tho resolu
tion passed requires tho company to
furnish tho data within 10 days and
In tho event of Its failure instructs
the city attorney to preparo an or
dinanco doclarlng its franchise on
that street, fbrfelted.
Park Hoard Reports Unfavorably.
In relation to the Improvement of
Willson Park according to plans
adopted a year ago tho park board
mado an unravorablo report. Tho
report was in reply to a request
made to tho board by Mayor Rod
gers and tho reason assigned for not
carrying out tho improvement was
that tho city now has two paries and
that should cither of them bo so ex
tensively Improved as contemplated
In tho Willson project it would
close them to tho public, and that
tho Improvement would moan a
great outlay of money and that the
time is not yet ripe for so oxtenslvo
and exhaustive an Improvement of
tno parks as called for in tho plana
Tho commltteo sarcastically closes
us report with tho remarks that tho
board has been doing oxcollont ser
vlco for a critical public and that it
should bo allowed to go on in "its
own sweet way and not bo hamnorod
with trlvialtle3,".and that should It
be doomed advisable to work tho
parks to definite plans "why not of
fer a promlum to local falont for
tho best plan to bo worked un and
supervised by tho park board? Thin
city has produced several prodigies;
is it lmposslbio to produce others?"
Rids Opened for Hrldcc.
Bids woro oponed last ovenlng for
tho construction of tho culvort over
tho mill raco on Twelfth street and
tho brldgo commltteo was author
Ized to award tho contract to tho
lowest bidder. Thoro woro but two
bidders Llthorland & Albroy of
Portland, which was $1,500 and
Barron & Bower which was $1,296.
An ordlnanco was passed for tho
improvement of WIntor from Court
to Mill Creek. Tho ostlmato of tho
improvomont was placed by tho on
gineor at $24,D00.
Tho potltlon of George N. Pnttor
son for a retail liquor dealor's
liconso was ropnrted favorably on by
the commltteo and It was granted
by tho council.
The Standard Liquor Company
petitioned for an oxtons'on of timo
on Its license for tho Willamotto bar
and 1' was granted; also tho samo
conii"tt,v' notltlonfor tho transfer
ence of its Tcenso from tho building
nov occuplpd bv tho Sonato saloon
to Hio Murphy hulld'ng wnB granted.
Th- stroot commission nsked por-'
mission to purchasi a plow and a
dump whkoii and this wos roforrod
to the committee on streets.
A roso!i(t'on which has for Its ob
ject tho opening and oxtons'on of
Pino street was ndopted.
Sdvot Mattors Consldured.
On tho romonstrapco ngatnst tho
improvomont of Fourteenth street
tho commlttoo to which It had boon
referred submitted a roport that it
was Insufficient to' stop Improvomont
nnd recommended that tho improve
ment go on.
A romonstranco against tho Im
provomont of North Commercial
street from Division to D. stroot was
referred to tile commltteo on streots.
Tho commlttoo to which was re
ferred tho potltlon for money for
tho construction of a band stand a
now one In Willson Park, roportod
unfavorably on It ns thoro wns not
provision mado for It In tho budgot
Tho roport of the viewers on. the
extension and opening of Church
street was adopted.
A motion Instructing tho city at
torney to preparo a resolution for
tho ononlng of Chcmokota street to
Twenty-fourth street carried.
Plans and specifications for the
Improvement of High street woro
adopted. Tho estimated cost Is $13,
342. Tho potltlon of property owner
for an arc light on Union and
Twolfth street was roforred back to
tho commltteo with Instructions to
roport at tho next mooting,
1-4 of Pound n Week.
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not there's something wrong with Its
digestion, GIvo It McOoo's Baby
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Prlco 25o nnd 50c. Sold by nil
A man 70 years old has mado ap
pllontion for admission to the Uni
versity of Missouri as a student,
Ho must be one of thbso who sub
oorlbe to the theory that a man Is
never old too old to loarn.
Rev. Claronco Truo Wilson, of
Portland Contonnary M. E. church,
openod tho campaign for Dry Oregon
In 1910 last night at tho Willamette
University tabornaclo. The mooting
was attondod by about GOO peoplo,
and tho assombly was called to order
by Grant Kellogg, of tho Oregon Frco
Press and president of tho Good Citi
zenship League. Rev. F. H. Noll
presided and Rev. W. H. Sellock
openod with grayer. Tho speaker
was courteous to tho opposition and
A largo number of property owners.
on tho proposed fair grounds boule
vard mot at tho Board of Trado rooms
last night and elected Hon. F. A.
Turner chairman. Thoro was a gen-
oral expression of willingness to havo
that street improved, nnd a commlt
teo on submitting a plan was appoint
ed, tho propjrty owners adjourning
ono week to Monday ovenlng, April
25, to hoar tho report. In tho mean-
tlmo tho commltteo Is to got tho
names of all the abutting property
owners and their vote for or against
the improvement. Dr. E. A. Plorco
was present, and pledged tho co-ooor-
atlon of tho Parish estato heirs on
any proposed plan for opening a boul
evard on Capital street, or any other
street. A numbor of persons mado
talks in favor of tho boulovard,
among them being largo owners of
Sonic Co-opcrntlvo Plan.
Col. Hofor argued against putting
tho entlro cost of tho improvement
MILWAUKEE NOW HAS BOTH
SOCIALIST MAYOR AND SO
CIALIST COUNCIL WHOLE
COUNTRY AVILL AVATCH EX
PERIMENT. UNITED t-ltKSS LEASED WIRE.
Milwaukee, Wis., April 19. Emll
Soldol, socialist mayor-elect of Mll
waukoo, was inducted Into ofilce to
day and tho socialistic reglmo hero
Tho council chnmbor whoro the
ceremonies woro held was packed to
tho doors with several hundred per
sons while thousands collected about
tho building and nttompted to gain
Tho socialist mombers of tho
council number 21; tho romalnlng
14 aro republicans nnd democrats.
Alderman E.,T. Molms, wo has boon
tho only socialist mombor In the
council for a consecutlvo numbor of
torms covering eight years, was
oloctod president of tho council,
Tho Rov. Carl Thompson was
slated for tho position of city clerk.
Tho council was called to moot this
Call for Hlds 11th St. Improvement
Notice Is horeby glvon that tho
common council of tho city of Sa
lem, Oregon, at tho council cham
bers nt said city on nnd aftor Mon
day, tho 25th day of April, 1910, at
or about tho hour of 7:30 o'clock,
p. m., will ,'Ocolvo bids for tho Im
provomont of 14th stroot from tho
north lino of Marlon stroot to tho
south lino of "D" street, In tho city
of Salom, Orogon, 'with concrete co
mont pavomont, according to the
plans nnd specifications adoptod for
such Improvomont nnd on file at tho
offlco of tho t.lty recorder.
Tho right to rejoct nny or all bids
for such Improvomont Is horeby re
served by tho said council.
Dato of first publication, April 19,
1910. W. A. MOORISH,
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Our capacity has beon doubled and our bus will
hereafter meet trains No. 6, and train No, 12, limited,
Oregon Electric that arrive in Portland at 10:65 a, m,
and 4:55 p, m,.
I. C DICKINSON, Manager
stated tho Isauo to be tho battle of
tho church against tho saloon. Ho
took up tho various objections to tho
stato being put into tho prohibition
column as a whole stato, and created
a groat deal of enthusiasm for tho
causo. Thoro Is a campaign confer
ence being held this afternoon at tho
First M. E. church for carrying on.
tho prohibition work in Oregon, and
this ovenlng Rev. Wilson spoaka
again at tho tabernacle. Ho Is a pol
ished orator and well worth hearing.
on tho nbuttlng property owners. Ho
sand It was a matter in which tho
prldo of tho cly, county and stato
woro Involved,' nnd tho boulovard
should bo improved at least CO feet
wide. Mr. Bynan, who represented
owners of frontage, said that It could
not be too good a driveway to handle
tho increasing number of peoplo who
had to bo furnished a moans of get
ting back and forth to tho stato fair.
Tho owners will havo to build uni
form, walks, maintain parkings and
uniform shndo trees. It would bo too
much to ask of tho abutting property
owners to do all this, and thon havo
tho boulevard used by tho pooplo
from all over tho stato for just two
weeks of the fair.
' Tho committee appointed on tho
fair grounds boulevard aro Dr. B. F.
Rowland, Hon. T. B. Kay, Dr. E. H.
Whlto, F. S. Bynon, I. D. Driver, Col.
B .Hofor, and F. A. Turner was by
unanimous vote added to tho com
mlttoo. SOUTHERN PACIFIC ItY. CO.
Time Table 58.
Effoctlvo Sunday, January 1',
1910 12:01 a. m.
No, 16 Oregon Express .. 6:15 a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No, 20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a.m.
No. -12' ShastaLImltod . . , .12:35p. t
No. 13 San Francisco Ex. . 3:31a.n.
No. 19 Ashland Passonger.il: 01a.m.
No. 17 RoseburgPassonger 6:45p.m.
No. 15 California Express. 9:56p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited .. 7:43 p.m.
No. 22G Way Freight .... 9:60a.,
No .'222 Portland Fast Frt. 10:46p.m.
No. 225 Way Frolght. .. ,12:35p.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43a.m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and intor G :40 a.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro intor . . 8:55 a,m.
Portland and intor 11:16 a.m.
Portland and Inter 2; 00 p.m.
Port., Tualatin, Hlllsboro. 3:20 p.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 4:00 p.m.
Portland and inter G: 20 p.m.
Portland and inter 8:50 p.m.
Iioqil Arrive From.
Portland nnd inter ....... 8:25 a.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro Inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port., Hlllsboro, Tualatin. 10: 45 a.m.
Portland und Intor 1:00 p.m
Portland-Hlllsboro intor.. 4:00p.m.
Portland and Inter 5:60 p.m.
Portland and Inter 8:30 p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m.
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Loavo Wost Salem for:
Dnllas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
1:30 and -1:35 p, m.
Sunday Trains for:
I Dallas & Black Rock
...... .9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. nu
Trains Arrlvo at Wost Salom from.
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
Blnok Rock and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Fulls City .4:15 p. m.
Sunday Trains from:
Dallas .... ..'....8:15 p. in.
Blnok Rock 1:45 pi m. nnd 5:30 p. m.
Trains stop at all intermediate
Snlont-Silvcrton Auto Stage.
Loavo Cottngo Hotel, Salem 7:30 a. ux
Arrlvo at SHvorton 8:30a.m.
Loavo SHvorton Hotel, .. .8:46 a. m.
Arrlvo nt Salom. ....... ,9:46 a. m.
Lv'o Cottago Hotel, Salom 4:00 p.m.
Arrlvo at Sllverton. , , . , .5:00 p. m.
Loavo SHvorton Hotel. , , .6:15 p. m,
Arrlvo nt Salem 6:16 p.m
EDMUNDSON HOYT, Prop.