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W w' now fiMrnrtK. 10W ltf HMtolf fowl
Ktid bwjfc lfiitf of Sutiiuior Driw Qouik
B1100ADUJD SATJflEN, , ,
immcn oiiKpjfi, pongee silk,
Our Shoo i took i still oing ni cost. All now goods and
good quality,
307 Contmercial Street.
-IF -
Ym r going to Jbultd or raske uny kind of
v laHH-oremeat, call on lha under gued (or
mltri!, Wbae complete stock, and are
v f4y toaupply any propatod contract, eewer
1 mtk, grading-, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
PoRTi,ANr), May 18. Saturday,
Mr, followed by rain Saturday night.
Sunday oooaalouiil light rain; cooler.
U, S. Weatiikr Behviob.
PRACTloiNa Ur The Baloin Rod
Md Gua club was out at Mornlugslde
Saturday afternoon and Initiated tho
w grouuda with a practice shoot, nt
Which tne following scored wero mude:
- Bhoot No. 1, 25 singles Salisbury 14;
Pearson, IS; McCorkle, 14; VVm.Hrown,
S; Klbele, 14; shoot No. 2, 25 slnglea
fearsoa 18; Klbele, 15; 10 singles Mo
Corkle, 7; Salisbury, 7; shoot No. 3, 25
iBglea-Oabrlelson, 22; Tumor 22;
Harrltt,22; Klbele, 21; shoot No. 4, 20
iBgles-Uabrlelson, 18; Klbele, 12; Mo
Gorki, 11; Salisbury, 12.
Folly in It. J. E. Murphy, tho
' brlok and tile tnanufuoturor of North
h Balem, begelns work at his yarcln today
with a crew of about llfieon tueu, and
Will turnout a large supply of ilrst-olass
'' brlok this season. He hus beon niuklug
'i lead oa tile for somo time, but pro-
1 poses to push the brlok doparuneiit to
1U utmost this year. All builders and
eontraotors will find It to their interest
to consult Mr. Murphy before making
' their purchases, as ho will be better
prepared than over to supply tholrde
Mauds. thv
Thr New Aiu'kaiskh. A hearty
Bote from Cleveland's new appraiser of
customs at Portland reads: "Hofer
L Bros., Eds. Jeurnal: Accept my
warmest thanks for your kindly greet
lags and congratulations over my np-
1 potatment. Friendship Is not confined
to party lines and It makes one heart
glftd that we still remain in Oregou an
I wo wero la Iowa friends." En, C.
r i s
RaoRQANlZJCD.-Tho Balem Improve
toat company has been reorganised.
'-K Mi Crolsan Is president. E. J. Mo
Oiutetland la secretary, and will havo
Mrflo of the bonks and offlee, while
' A.'B. BtBltti la superintendent, and will
look after the details of tho busluess on
Mm outside. This Is a strong company,
smh! If prepared to clone all manner of
OMtr9t for building material, etc.
Stock Buiwoiuhki). Tho foOOO or
took of the Oregon Dreodero and
Drivers' Speed Association lias all been
' oabearibed, and there Is no doubt, with
ft good speed program aud a united uf
fort of the stockholders ami citizens It
Will be a thorough success. Jap Mlnto
Md Kd, Cross are grand rustlers aud
oserve credit for lnir the stockgett
Hawks A Levar, wall paper, 07 Btate.
Fiva AT A Thn.-8hcrll! It. M.
WieVr and two guards brought up live
i from Coos eounty yesterday,
' wero jsrw l'etersou, murder, for
i; DftM Huntley, larceny, 1 year;
Bonry UaHford, larceny, 1 year; also
i boys for te reform school.
la ft ftw days we will talk about a
MHag tart tab. Watch this suoe.
Wo puHliHK together a beautiful
of Medium priced chamber suites
mm. Cowe lu tomorrow
W Tjr two tea of Isle styles wall
P itet wty until you have
i ftfesma tb Mae, Wo have all the
f0Mt paMoras tbt are la tbe market
I owr prtoos art way mwm.
WasNiyoa wwt oaava streteker
sWWMMltiiO. We ftave a snea
rplllftftrlWIMt, ot at, ltH la the
.. wMfeaeMMsdlMttbee
Ihafe . TlMlatoMOo-
"Favorite" flour is a true favorite.
Hay Is scarce, baled timothy is worth
$18 a ton in the city.
Chlldrens day has been set for the
first Bunday in Juno.
The baccalaureate sermon at Wlllam
elto University will be preached the se
cond Sunday In Juno.
A beautiful shower early Bunday
morning was followed by a perfect
Wlnwood Robins, late of England, Is
now a naturalized cltlzon of our coun
try, Tho delayed Eastorn malls arrived
Saturday night and Bunday, and Un
do Barn's force at the postofllco did not
got much rest.
Dairy butler Is down to 12 conts, city
pooplo pay 25 to 80 cents for fancy arti
cles, Geo. Meoks, tho alliance man has
rented Ills dulry and will move into
town to give his ohlldren a better edu
cation. Tho state deafmuto school at Balem
will close May 10, tho children starting
for homo Muy 17th, Wednesday.
Napoleon Davis has fitted up a pri
vate business ofllce In tho bush block.
Rockwell has a position with the Ore
gou wholtmlo uursorles.
Thou. Nerves, a former Paclflo Postal
operator at Balem, returned to Portland
Lufe Conn keeps writing to bis
friends from Portland.
City hall tulle has completely ceased.
Tho matter will probably be Bottled
Tuesday evening at tho regular council
MrH. Gluts. DoLeon Is nut after a six
weeks Illness of neuralgia. Mr.DoLeon
Is at Frisco.
Housekeepers should u?o Favorite"
Dr. I.O. Taylor of Tho Dalles Is lu
th city on professional business, and
seeing a fitw old friends.
That wholesale business can bo done
at Buleni Is shown by the way Broat &
Gile have built up a fruit commission
business that supplies nearly the whole
trade of the city,
Btate Printer Jlakor has been nt Port-
laud a few days. Ho knows more
about Portland politics than most poll
tlelans in that city.
The damage suit at Independence lu
whloh one Armstrong sued Cooper A
Vetiess, sawmill owners, for $10,000 fur
injuries, was decided for defendout.
Not many will go from Oregon to the
world's fair, Tliojuleo from Portland
for uO mouths ticket Is 100. Tho
Southern Pacllloruto via California aud
return by any Hue Is $120, via New
Orleans tii5. Hut there are no stop
over privileges between the Missouri
river aud Chicago.
Capt. Martin mourns tho loss of his
terrier "Fritz," who has been his pet
aud constant companion for about sev
en years. Mrs. Martlu Is also fecilug
blue over tho loss.
Still another piano to bo given away
at luausse iiros. Hiioe store.
Hawks A Levar, wall paper, 07 State.
Bargeaut, the furniture and wall
paper matt was lu Portlaud Saturday.
Dr. Phllbrook was called to Albauy
Saturday eveulug.
Dr. Hauser, or Balem la winning a
wide reputation over the state as run
tuie specialist, J, H. Iloork aud a
brother front Eastern Oregou have just
beeu successfully treated,
Saturday afternoon three candidates
for Immersion united with tho Advent
Church of Christ by that ceremony, it
being performed in Mill creek on Trade
street near Cottage,
Not tmien more Is heard of the pro
jected opening of High street through
to South Balem.
At Independence John Clark, a mill
hand had the ringer of one hand cut
oft while working l (li h aud door
Hy tasre.
krtH Mlllvr brought J. K. KelUy
f JHOMiHirg to ttte ftsyiuai utfy.
tMmQimtmm 1m w
tan MMtankttoM
A 460(1 Outlook for Oreori"-Wfaat a
Prominent iMltof Hnyn,
Hln evident (lint am (lie Kresl world's
Mr foc?l, and rsiieclftlly when It
draws loa clow, Clio emigration west'
ward will be greatly Increased Tho
JoURrMfslslfi receipt of letters dslly
from Kusfcrn peoplo nehlnK tot sample
copletf, and Hie Salem board of trade Is
sending out more advertising matter
llnii over All of tills Indicates that
Hie people of tlio East linyo this couu.
try in mind, and that a heavy eiulgra'
Hon may soon bo looked for
The editor of a leading Iowa Demo
cratlo paper writes the JOURNAL a ful
some letter over tho receipt of tho Isnuo
containing mi Interview with Chair
man Ward of the Iowa Democratic
committee among other things he says:
I haye Just been rradlug with much
Interest an Interview In tho'OAi'iTAi"
of April 20, with Mr. Ward a promin
ent lowan. I have made a short edi
torial reference to this article. This by
tho way Is tho first copy of tho Capi
tal I have received In n long while, I
formerly received the weekly edition,
but do not any more Have you cut
mo off your exchange list? You will
sco what I havo to say In issue of May
11, 1 am very niuoh Interested In the
west, and hope at some time to make
my homo within hearing distance of
the "deep ocean's roar," or at least on
the Paclflo Coast somewhere. What
can land bo purchased for near you?
How about fruit raising out there? I
shall be pleased to hear from you at
any lime, nnd may mako a pllgtlmage
to your "Eden" in the near future."
At the adjourned meeting of tho
county commissioner's court Satur
day tho court exumlned the cir
cuit court room aud accepted the work
dono by Zaph & Fleeter and ordered a
warrunt of $185.05 drawn for tho bal
ance duo on the contract prlco of $1,047
and extra work to the amount of $38,05
Tho resignation of D. Early, as
viewer of the Win. Leeper road, was
accepted and D. W. Erly was appoint
ed to fill tho vaounoy.
Sheriff John Knight's report of tho
delinquent taxes collected for the year
1801 also of tho collection of taxes on
the sheriff's assessments made from ab
stracts of W. H. Waters of unassessed
property in this county for 1801 was ac
cepted and Is given uh follews:
To delinquent asseHH. roll ...$ 5,537 25
To sheriff assessment 23 28
To sheriffs awtesHinent on
Total $ 0,218 37
By ()i(l(j. roll returned 5,030 81
lly errors 11 75
Hy treasurer's receipts 622 07
Hy treasurer's receipts 052 84
Total $ 0,218 37
Tho matter of tho Uulou Title Ab
struct company's Intention to submit a
proposition for compiling a prexent
ownership book was not acted upon
Every stylo from cart tocarrlago, auy
style body or spring, nt prices to suit
all, of the Columbus Duggy Co. make,
best mudo for the money lu Oregou.
Rlggest stock farm machinery nud re
pairs kept at Balem. Kuapp, liurrell
Co. Willamette hotel block. dw
CARt'CT Balk Cuntlnued nil this
week nt Willis Hroa. &Co. Special low
prices on carpets, oilcloths nnd mat
tings. fi.15 St
Tho Columbia continues to rise so
that the Willamette Is nearly at flood
tide at Portlaud. River men are ap
prehensive of u Hood,
"Braco Up"
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this soasou feel nil tired out,
weak, without appetite and dtvcnurugeil
Hut Hie way lu which Hood's Barsapar
lllu builds up the tired frame and gives
u khkI appetite, Is really wonderful.
So wo say, "Take Hood's and It will
braco you up."
For a general family cathartic we
coutldently recommend Hood's Pills.
The Balem Statesman says Lawyer
L. F. Couu has probably skipped out,
leaving numerous accouuts unsettled.
Perhaps It is l'ko several other skips
out. They all return wheu they had
attended to their business. Albauy
Whai sectacle Is more disgusting
than that uf a mail or women with a
skin disease which shows Itself lu pim
ples or blotches on hands, arm, face
ami uecar u is simpiy impure bloou,
Beo what llruudreth's Pills did for a
chronic cnee:
George Chapman, Pluoeulug, Mich,,
"hor four year I was In theMounted
Infantry In tho U, 8. Army, residing
during that time prlucltally in Texas.
Aluimt all of that time 1 hsd a clmmlo
skill dieesse, characterized by an erup
tion over the entire surface of mv leu
1 and thighs, arms and chet. The dou
tors termed It eexema, I had given up
all bores of ever being curvd. when
liramiretii's rills
T" . ?(3
have thanked God dally stuiv then that
I did I used them for about
thrvo months, and by that time, was
eowtrfrMy enml aud have never had
My trettWe !,"
OAsvtAh JovnxAiJi mmAr, may in, ifm
0, Ij, XfatMlffe'a ftetld'enca RoUetl.
Yesterdayi Huffd'ay, rJftlettl wan Hie
scene of flfskeliMm residence Jobbery
The linfrle of ttlioe Merchant Kfauwe
tm Court street was broken Into and
robbed of valuable,
Wlille Hid family was away for a
drlvo near Atirtmvllle, burglars roI Into
tho iiotiwj Arid tilings wero pretty badly
riiiimged over, when they returned at
0:90 lu tho evening, Dy means of mi
Iron bar Hie lower panels wero bufet
nut of the ttoof of the bsxemetit to the
renr They took Mrs, Krauseo's gold
watch, rings, a pair of $28cufl buttons,
ft'iuaro rjunrl, one with broken clasp,
The watch Is engraved and In all about
$17G worth of goods nro missing. The
Watch has three little diamond settings
In a gold bird nest on tho case.
A number of tramps had called at
Kraiimo's for meals and the family
think some must havo called, and not
finding any one at homo committed the
There was a llttlo ettlquctte passed
between two Marlon county officials
tho oilier day.
"You ought to be In your ofllco In
place of electioneering In the hallway
of the court house," said ene:
"Do you know what Petinoyer told
Cleveland lu bis famous Grcsham dis
patch ?"
The other fellow bad nothing to say.
W. Mlllsap and son of McMlnnville
are In town today.
County Clerk Egan has received Ire
session laws for distribution to Justice's
of tbe peaoe.
Miss M. L. Coffee, a graduato of the
Holmes business college has a position
as stenographer in the county clerk's
Dr. J. W. Ransome, tho popular M.
D. of Turner, was a Salem visitor to
day. John Irwin of ScottB Mills, was
among bis old Salem friends today.
Ed. F. Pnrkhurst returned yesterdoy
from a week's trip in Southern Oregon.
Dr. Andrews addressed the prisoners
at tho pen yesterday afternoon, and
pleased the boys very much.
Mrs. R, B. Dean went to Eugene to
day to visit ber people before her moth
er and sisters start for a summer's visit
in the East.
Hawks & Levar, paper hangers, 07
Hon. J. Q. Wilson has gone to Ore
gou City and Portlaud.
E. O. Wright, of the new firm of
Mitchell, Wright &, Co., Is at Bllverton.
F. X. Matthleu, of IJuttevillo, was u
Salem visitor today,
MIhs Stella Walker, of Omaha, U lu
the city visiting her brother.
Mrs. L. L. Pearce went to Portland
on the afternoon train.
Wm. Armstrong returned to Portland
this afternoon.
Hawks & Levar, wall paper, 07 State.
Try "Favorite" flour.
MrB. J. M. Coomor Is visiting friends
at Portland.
Dr. Chas. E. Hill, of Portland, spent
Sunday with his wife, Dr. Sarah Mar
quan Hill, resident physician at the
Alderman Gray is at Portland.
Dr. Phllbrook returned this morning
from a professional visit to Detroit.
D. D. Cofley went up to Mill City
this mornlug.
C. D, Ryuerson left for the Yaquina
quarry this morning.
Mrs. W. C. Baker, of Aumsvllle,
spent Sunday with her brother, D. L.
Fleeter, of this city.
"Favorite" Hour Is the best.
Hawks & Levar, paper hangers, 07
Geo. C. Will's llttlo son Lowell, Is
quite slctt.
E. O. Bmull's building occupied by
Wm. Anderson's saloon is being
painted a beautiful blue.
Lots of people went to Mornlngslde
Insane. J. E. Kelly, of Douglas,
aged 31, aud Fred Ionsson, of Gilliam,
aged 2), wero yesterday committed to
the asylum.
Baby cried,
Mother sighed, f '
Doctor prescribed I Catet&
Tfeealy Pura CriwTUrP -
Utt l ICUUmM of Hbmii
Obi of the best known frailness men la CMmo,
repteatttdUTe of the greit BraktiMt Oo.
Dr. ttUe Wtdlcal Co., JClkhart, Jrttt.
Oontlcment Itakoplcamreln Informing yon
of tho very benoflclal results which have followed
the tuo of Dr. Mill' FtsrosATivt Ncnvmr
In tbecswot myself and wife, lotn year! m
ublcct to a dhlreulng pain at tbo base of the
brain and upper portion of the spinal cord. I
m. . lost flesh and was greatly
fil IRFlJ troubled with alceplewneM.
w V rl Em fc your Nervine Mat highly
reoommended to me. My case had been k obstf.
nate that I bad no confidence In tho efficacy of
any medicine. Yot ai a lfl-'t resort 1 consented to
Hire It a trial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit; my sleeplessness disappeared:
myheodachowaarcmoTod; my (plrltsand general
o rAUCD. My wtfol taking llioHervfnowltfi
thobeiit of results. Lows D. Vaxdibvuic
Jold tv U. J. Kry, druiritist, Salem
A. O. U. W. Aumsvllle Lodge No,
00. have decided to hold a grand fro
ternal basket picnic near that place on
Saturday, June 3,1, aud Invite all mem
bers of tho order to participate with
them. The committees are as follows;
Grounds, F. L. Pound, T. L. Bell, W.
P. Gilbert, A. Lewis, J. H. Witzel; on
speaker, Henry Krene; on tnus c, H.
O. Porter, The chief marshal seleted
Is W. L. Slmeral, with Albert Lewis,
fohn Darby, Chas. Smith. Ed. Keene
and Will Wilzel as assistants. A hand
somo prize will be offered for base ball-
Ists, and a general good time is antlcl
Man Huht. John Utz, an employe
at tbe Wooleu Mills, working on the
tannery addition, was hurt by a falling
timber about noon. It cut his head
men so that Dr. Cartwrigbt had to
ako eleven stitches In his cranium
He was quite badlv hurt.
Bavi: Your Monuy, -We saw sev
eral pieces of cloth cleaned und pleated
In fine style. Light spring soils are
made as good as new at E. Schoettle's
tuilpring rooms. Ki ar of Burr's jewel
ry store, State street.
New Fowls. H.G. Souueman has a
$25 setting of the nev "creeper" single
comb brown leghorn chickens coming.
They are a novelty, as they caunot fly
but have their wings grown fast.
Fours, The recorder's court held a
full hand this morning, four drunks all
told. One pair paid aud one pair went
to Jail.
366 Summer Street Market.
Beef cuts 6 to 12 cents.
All kinds of fresh meat as low as any
lu the city. Free delivery.
6-16-lW MlLT.GR & GERICH.
For Bale.
Good team, wagon and harness.
Also 4 year-old filly, well broke slugle
or double, lino driver. Apply to M.
C. Coue.Bimpsou's uddltIon,25th street.
Address Balem. 5-1-1 in
Y. M. C. A, Business meeting to
night at 8 p. m. Refreshments aud
program. All uctlvo members are re
quested to be present.
It. T. Ray, of Turner, was in the city
today. He has sold his farm, and ex
pects soon to visit California.
Danger I
II you have a feeling ol oppression and un
e&alneiaa little aboie tho diaphragm, and
Just below ttie right ribs, aggravated by lying
on the right side, look out I Assure aafate,
your liver In disordered. lei haps uot serious
ly as yet, but fatal Hepatic uuBceea re n t
uncommon, hcuictler'a Htomach Hitter Is
theprecloe remedy to regulate the liver, aud
prevent lu coui;e.llou and ludamatlon, and to
disperse such mluor Initio u of lu derauiro
meutaoa velloHnnn oftlm kin nr.ii h.nVi
ttieeye, fuunl tongue, tournesaortue breath
uausm on ruing in the morning-, dlstlues
I AIT hlUildAha anil HAnjtlK..slnu iH .
thy bowel. palnletly,H opens a channel of
exit (or (he superfluous bile, i becks a tendrn.
cy K congestion and engorgement of the liver
at tneaaiue Ulna slviuvi. miiii. i....i... .'
inu.ii ..,i" .-:r:;";r -v: ?".'"
stomach, which Is usually lnactho out of or
der andopprewd with wind vrnen the bowels
am costive. Use the Hitter also In r.ver and
ague, rheumatism and kidney trouble.
w. - NaAw0EU; No Alum.
40 un the Staadard
To sotno people liow elienp (he
docs noil their
Men nnd Boy's Clothing.
Buy from Manufacturers and
you can cave all Middlemen's
Austrian Prince Coming
Paper House Failure.
Chicago, May 16. The third week of
the world's fair opened under much
more favorable circumstances than tbe
rlrst. At 10 o'clock the estimate is 12
to 15,000 havo been admitted. It is
given out this mornlug that tbe crown
prince of Austria and suite were ex
pected to visit the fair in October. He
is on a trip around the world and ex
pects to reach San Francisco in Septem
Godfrey, Clark & Co., paper dealers,
this mornlug, confessed to a judgment
for nearly $100,000. No statements of
assets or liabilities.
Before Going to the Wojld's
Enquire About
The Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & 8t. Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestlbuled, electric
lighted and steam heated, with tbe Qu
est Dining and Bleeping Car Bervlce in
the world,
The Electric reading light in each
berth Is the successful novelty of this
progressive age, and is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrouB of this line.
We wish others to know its merits, as
the Chicago Milwaukee & Bt. Paul Rail
way Is the only line in the west eujoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
Is that misery experienced whett
suddenly made aware that you
possess a diabolical arrangement
called stomach. No two dyspep
tics have the same predominant
symptoms, but whatever form
dyspepsia takes
27ie underlying cause i
in the LIVEB,
and ono thing is certain no one
will remain a dyspeptic -who will
fiZBa. I4 1M correct
Acidity of the
Expel fonl pues,
Allay Irritation,
Assist Digestion
and at the soma
Start the Liver working and
all bodily ailments
will disappear.
"For more thin three vein I inffered with
J3?.P'PV? '." ' wl form. I tried several
gpctorj, bur ihey afforded no relief. At last I tried
r1?.M LlVr, P'or, which cured me la a
S Li.vmc.-. '.! U. good "dicine. I would not
be ; without lt,"-Juaj A. Roahe, PhiUd-a, pa.
tHJa "r 18en"?.1 '""ly, remedy for DyipepiU,
Torpid Uver, Constipation, etc., I hardly erer
KL. " r effeV Priced: It seems to be
i,5 iL 1r ' 'vS"0! ?" 'diseases of the Stomach
and lowel,,"y j McEtaor. Macon. Ga.
Money to Loan.
fproSrly,by?hae.le U ,mpr0Te1 0T
For terms, eta, apply to
Attorney at law. over $S& .8552. 0,
wZlS ffi?&$ to,. W .11 our patron, .n
baturday night. pnc- rne Ml will positively clow next
l Hl.iWllHM
Loan Wanted.
I want to get a loan of $1700 or sell an
interest in or all of the Red Btnr Mill
and water power, with from 2 to 012
acres of land, joining the town ofTurn
er. All communications answered
with promptitude and dispatch.
Address, J. C. Robertson,
4-27-lw Turner. Or.
! Is tho best Wood Medicine, because
It assists nature to throw off the lm-
uuritles of tho blood, ana at tbo same
time tones up the entire organism. This is just
contrary to tne effectof tho various potash, mer.
cury, sarsaparilla mixtures, which bottle up the
Impurities in the system, thus producing much
llclcness and suffering. Therefore, for a
fou cannot do better than take S. 8. S.
"As a physician, I have prescribed and used
I. S. S. in my practice as a tonic, and tor blood
troubles, and lm e been very successful. I never
ised a remedy which cavo such general satisfac
tion to myself and patients.
" L. 11. IUicuy, M. D., Mackey, Ind."
Treatise on blood amUkln diseases mailed free.
We Are Opening
A New Line of
Bee the Latest In
Patton Bros.,
Booksellers and Stationers
Favorite Entertainer,
Character Impersonator.
Asslted by home U'ent In a musical program
of especial Interest. ""
Friday, May 19th, University chapel. Ad-
mission 60 cents, children 25 cenu. Tickets
on tale at the book stores. ickbib
Farm for Sale or Tratlc.
On eay lerma. fonr miiaa oast r-t u.,iiiMia
conialningin acres; will trade forTropertV
In or near dalem. jj. a. Devi: r
lip. in. Cars leave Hotel and
Postoffice dally lor Asylum.
Penitentiary and Cemetery on
Capital City Railway.
Car leaves 5 a.m. mimr.
tog with Overland train, and
cars leave Hotel every 20
minutes from 6:20 a, m. to II
p. w. for all points on the lines
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