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UrriON ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
that Protect. Our books posted up to
date each morning. Call Main 1249
end a messenger will call for your
Rbstract. J. C. Siogmund, president;
Mai Uehlhar, secretary, 245 stata
AUCTIONEER Salem's reliable seller.
Farm sales solicited. Terms, I per
eent; satisfaction guaranteed or no
j'ay. Henry -M. Voorhies, Michigan
nvenue, first street east of the ataie
D7 O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
''Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got uo relief, try Chiroprac
tin spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
DRYERS AND CLEANERS.
MODERN ST F.AM DYE WORKS We
(specialize on ladies' and gentlemen's
fine garments. First class work, rea
sonable prices. Goods called for and
delivered. A. llugill, proprietor,
Phone 30'). 404 Com t street.
OLOTI1E.S LAST LONGER With our
all-linnj work. Established 20 years;
i;!6 Ferry street, south side, between
Liberty and High, flop Leo.
HEW AND SECONDHAND GOODS
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE bought
Sold and exchanged. Highest prices
pii l for aeeond-hanl goods. Sae us
before you sell. Wir sprechen
JDeutsch. Peetz Furniture Co., 24"
North Commercial Street. Phone G84.
HIGHEST price paid for second-hand
furni'ture, ranges, hardware, tents,
etc. We carry tho most complete
ptock of above articles in town nt
; the lowest price. 0. L. MePeek, 271
North Commercial at. Phone Main
D!?S. B. H. WHITE, anil JR..W. WAL-
r.erve specialists. Graduates of
American School of Osteopathy,
. S Kirksville, Mo. Post graduate and
J ppccinlized in nerve diseases nt Los
-T Angeles college. Treat acute aad
j ;hronic diseases. Consultation free.
i Lady attendant. Office 505-500 U. S.
; National Bank building. Phone 83.
i Residence 340 North Capitol street.
- Phone 469.
BA.LEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
it proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
J kinds removed on monthly contracts
j ivfc reasonable rates. Yards and cess
i pools cleaned. Office 543 State st.
i Office phone Main 2247. Residence
- Main 2272.
LEHMAN & CLOUGII C. B. Webb, A.
M. Clough, morticians and funoral di
o rectors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
f 445 Court street. Main 120, Main 988.
: BrGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral
' directors and undertakers. 252 North
t High street. Office Phone Main 183
Rigdon residence Main 111.
WOOD AND COAL
fl A.LEM FUEL YARDS The place of
quality. All kinds of dry wood, four-
foot or cut in stove lengths to suit.
Phompt delivery. We handle the best
coals on the market. Try our King
coat; it is tne best. 752 Trade street,
Phone Main 529. Mark Siddall, prop
HA.LEM WATER COMPANY Oltice
' corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
; Kills payable monthly iu advance
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in the McCornack Hall, corner Court
nnd Liberty streets. A. E.'Aitf ranee,
J, M. W.: S. A. MeFadden, recorder;
j A. L. Brown, F.
jf'CNTRAL LODGE No. IS, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
Ing of each week at 7:30; W. B.
; Oilson, C. C; James W. Cox., K.
! of R aud S.
fALEM LODGE NO. 4, A. F. & A. M.
- Stated communications first Friday
! in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. David A. Wright,
; K. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary.
PACIFIC LODGE NO. 50, A. F. & A.
,'- M. Stated communication third Fri-
day in each month at 7:30 p. ra. in
the Masonic Temple. J. S. Wyant, W.
M.; Ernest H. Choate secretary.
E. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp,'
' No. 1360, meets every Thursday even
;i ing- in McCornack building, Court and
. Liberty streets. Elevator. Susie
Parmenter, 731 North Front street,
' Oracle; Hazel Price, Imperial Furai-
j tare Co., recorder.
AM UUtW .PILLS.
t Sara, trams Rauv r Sunuwu Mmi.jiiiiiib
Etl IfieWi Tl mil. Srtl Sl! lpM.rl Swb-(.-uaa
(..mumJ or Inn K-ftiiylM. Seat rpit
fcrll-OO per au. Will trad them wm irivi.to ba p:l fjf
wbra rrliarad. Saaiala Fraa. If jaor dragfiat ajaa aat
Itoaa uwai mad raw ardara u la g
UMITIO HIOICilL CO., aox T4, lanoaaTia. fa.
LODGE DIRECTORY (Continued). '
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
TER NO. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each mouth at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. J.
T. Welch, Ex. High Priest; Lot L.
HODSON COUNCIL NO. 1, R. & S. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
eicb month, Masonic Temple. L. S.
Rowland, Thrico Illustrious Master;
Glenn C. Niles Recorder.
DE MOLAY COMMANDER Y. N. 5, K,
T. Regnlar conclave fourth Friday
in each month, at 8 o clock p. ni., lu
Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
in get with us. F. R. Davis, E. C;
Frank A. Turner, Recorder.
CHADWK'K CHAPTER NO. 37, O. E.
13. Regular meeting every fits! and
third Tuesday at s p. in. in the Ma
sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida H. Godfrey,
W. M., Ida II. Babcock, secretary.
IIODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 52 Hi, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Masonic Hall, corner Court mid
Liberty streets. Elevator service. 11.
L. Born, V. C; Ray A. Grant, clerk.
UNITED ARTISAN'S Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Wednesday
nt 8 p. m. in Moose Hall. W. 0. As'
seln, M. A.; Ivan G. Martiu, secre
tary, Masonic Temple.
3ALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Till.-io'i,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investi
gation. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night a 8 o'clock in
LleCornack block. C. 0. Matlock, C.
C; C. 0. McElroy, elerx, 519 Court
street, plume .1(19.
R. J. HEKSCUL-ACIt Blacksmithing,
woodwork, automobile spriuga made
and repaired. All work guaranteed
strictly first class. 253 Chemeketa
RENT Frve-ronnrhnusivmh nnd
M'ss'on. Inipiire lii4d Mission.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, also
housekeeping rooms. 853 N. Com
FOR KENT Modern flat close in. also
basement flat cheap. Phone 71 be
tween 9 and 5.
NEW MODERN House to rent, near
school and car line; cheap if taken
nt once. Square Deal Realty Co.
:'OR KENT Small place of 20 acres.
I! miles from Bushv linnk. Inquire
for John Simon at West Salem store.
ROOM for rent in private family, board
if desired; nil modern convenience!);
terms verv reasonable. 810 Union st.
WOOD FOR SALE Grub oak. first
and second growth fir, ash and ma
ple. Phone Sii-F-tl.
FOR SALE, rent or trade, eight-room
house: modern; on paved street and
i ur line. See G. W. Johnson.
FOR SALE A good stngTs top buggy;
steel tires; will take some trade.
1480 Bellevue street. Phone 331-V.
TENT FOR SALE 12x10; also cheap
buggy and hack. Phillip Gilbert,
route 3, bo 119, Liberty district.
FOR SALE One of the best suburban
homes, miles south of Salem.
Come and see it. Price right; terms.
E. M. Law. Phone 2501-J-3.
I ( I X "!' BLOW YOUR MONEY for
rent receipts, buy a home. S-room
hoime. well, woodshed, tunc bfirn. two
lots, five blocks to school. M2fH; .-jcfill
cash. lo per. Sec Gnniurd, 275 State
street. Phone lli.
FOR SALE A small farm on main
road, $150 per acre. Address A, F. O.
care of Journal.
FOR SALE At hard times prices, city
property nnd farm land. . Square Deal
Realty Co., 304 V. S. Bank building.
SNAP Beautiful 13 acre tract, all un
der cultivation: deep, rich, black
on in soil: price I2.') per acre: small
payment" down, balance easy terms;
close to school and electric station.
Vine large lot nn State street, close
in, all assessments paid; price $1500,
terms. Well improved farm on,
Howell Prairie. $10U per acre. Cozy
5 room house, large lot, .25u down,
price $SH. Money to loan; houses
for ren1 ; wrte insurance. Kechtel
6 B -non. ."47 State street.
VOt'NU MAN Relable. intelligent;
wants pos:tion - indoors or outdoors.
Box ;iti X, eare Journal.
WANTED Team of horses for farm
work, for their keep. Apply F. D..
care of L. H. Williams, tisl Center.
Some men were oorn asleep and for
got t) wake up.
Digestion and Assimilation.
It is not the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and assimilat
ed that gives strength and vitality to
the system. Chamberlain's Tablets in
vigorate the stomach and liver and en
able them to perform their functions
naturally. For sale by all dealers.
Even a tai'or ran nut always ii't ort
hit rivals. j
Friends Expected Her to Die.
"I sincerely believe my life wns sav
ed in the Full of 11 10 by using Chum
berhiin's Colic, Cholera md Diarrhoea
Remedy," writes Mrs. Agnes Booth,
Tunawuudu, N. Y. "I was taken with
diarrhoea followed by an attack of
acute indigestion, tower of the pen
fails to portray the agonies I endured.
My friends expected me to die, as I
liud been unable to get relief for so
long a time. This remedy went direct
ly to the sent of the trouble and cured
nie in a few hours' time." For sule by
'lipid could- give the fuiil killer !i
lit of pointers.
A Lame Back Kidney Trouble Causes
It don't take long for kidney and
bladder trouble to give you a lame
back, and even worse if not checked.
Mrs. H. T. Straynge, Gainesville, (in.,
was fairly down on her back with kid
ney trouble nnd inflamed bladder. She
says: "I took Foley Kidney Pills and
now my buck is stronger than in years,
and kidney trouble and painful blad
der sensation have entirely gone."
Good druggists are glad to sell Foley
Kidney Pills because they always help.
Tliev contain uo habit-forming drugs.
J. C. Perry.
I'.etti'i- a burning I. i-s than an un
burned love letter.
. How to Cure Sick Headache.
C. E. Mnstoe, of Fresno, California,
has adopted the correct treatment for
sick headache. He says: "I have used
Chamberlain 's Tablets for sick head
ache and constipation for the past two
years. I have never found any pre
paration so satisfactory in every re
spect for this trouble." For sale by
People are unnecessarily active when
they stir up trouble.
Cost Kept Down Quality Kept Up.
No better medicine could bo made
for coughs, solds, croup, hoarseness,
tickling throat, bronchitis, etc., than
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
That's why they can't improve the
quality, and war or no war, the price
remains the same.-E; J. Sargent, Dullns,
Tex., says: "I believe Foley's Honey
and Tar has no equal, for it completely
relieved mo of nil symptoms of tubercu
losis and my cough has entirely disnp
peared." Don't accept any substitute,
for Foley's Honey and Tar is the best.
J. 0. Perry.
A word to the wise doesn't suffice
am more; thev want a surety bond.
Children Cry .
CASTOR I A.
Don't, have too little confidence in
vourself or too much in others.
How to Cure Cholera Morbus.
Many cases in this disease result fa
tally before medicine can be obtained
or a physician summoned. It is easily
cured when the proper remedy is at
hand. Mrs. Charles Stewart of Mt.
Collins, N. Y., snys: "When my hus
band had cholera morbus last summer
he used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and it cured
him promptly." Every family should
keep this remedy at hand. It only costs
a quarter. For sale by all dealers.
It's -iiier to purchase a flying ma
chine than to sprout wings.
Wealth may not bring happiness, but
it saves he. hi'l collector many steps.
Dizzy Head, riuttertng Heart,' Floating
These are signs of kidney and blud
der trouble. You'll have headaches,
too, backache and be tired all over.
Don't wait longer, but begin taking
Foley Kidney Pills nt once. It won't
be long before your miserable sick feel
ing will be gone. You will sleep well,
eat well and grow strong and active
again. They are a tonic and your en
tire system as well as kidneys and bind
der will be benefitted by their use. Try
them. J. C. Perry.
Before it's over, Africa ought- to be
able to furnish the colored man in the
MONEY TO LOAIS
On Good Real Estate Security,
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ir Ladrt Ro"h Ri k. Balera. Oregot
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Made by the
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Made for Family uo.
Ask your grocer tot it. Brtn
ni shorts always on kao4.
F. B. WALLACE, Afint
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Salem Abstract Company, 212-22S Salem Bank and T.ust Bldg 533
CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST.
Dr. P. H. May, 300-307 Hubbard Building Main 881
Opera House Pharmacy, corner Court and High streets Main 1459
Perry's Rexall Store, 113 South Commercial Main S79
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
ELECTRIC WIRING AND SUPPLIES.
Geo. Pettingil, 153 North Liberty stieet Main 187
FISH, CLAMS, OYSTERS, CRABS.
Salem Fish & Poultry Market, 173 South Commercial street Main 2125
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES.
Calei Bros., corner Court and High
L. M. Boggs 4: Co., 197 South Commercial Main 311
HARDWARE AND PAINTS.
Salem Hardware Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 172
JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING.
John G. Barr Company, corner State and Liberty Main 1255
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 25
MILK AND CREAM.
Cedar Bend Dairy, C. W. Dixon & Co Farmers 74-F 3
PRINTING AND LEGAL BLANKS.
Ross E. Moores Jt Co., 101 South Commercial street Main 218
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTINO AND TINNING.
T. M. Earr. 101 South Commercial
Rigilou-Richardson Co., 234 North High
Jim Willson, 141 North High street
STORAGE. TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE.
Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State
STOVES AND BEDDING.
Calef Bros., corner Court and High
SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT.
M. Dolan, 130 North Liborty street
WALL PAPER. PAINTS AND OILS.
- W. J. Porter, 455 Court street
When we hear a innii say that he
would rather have u clear conscience
than a million dollars we are remind
ed of what David snid all men were.
Keeps Your Liver Healthily Active.
Cleanses Your System Thoroughly.
A man in Kentucky just told a friend
that Foley Cathartic Tablets were the
most wonderful medicine thnt had ever
entered bis system. Snid ho would not
be without them. Neither would y n,
if you had ever tried them for chronic
constipation or for nn occasional purge.
Better for you thnn calomel. Keeps
your liver active. Stout people con t
find anything to equal them tor com
fort, j". C. Perry.
R. B. Fleming, Prop.
In all heights and grades.
For stock, hogs and poultry.
Farm gates, wood and iron.
Plain and barbe wire.
Hop hooks and cedar posts.
Ptdnts, oils and varnish.
Rubber roofing and cement.
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MOUNT ANGEL STUDENTS
TO PRESENT BIO PLAY
.Mount Angel, Or., Sept. 21. On
October IS the Mount Angel dramatic
idavers will open too season with Hex
Beach's great Alaskan story, "The
Spoileis. " By special arrangement with
Sanger & Jordan, the owners, this play
has been secured. -Mr. Krause, who has
followed stage directing for a period ot
years, said he would devote all his time
to making it one ot the greatest pro
ductions ever attempted by ninuteurs. 1
The scenery, which is being built now,
will play a great part in the piece. The
cast for the leading parts follows: Mr.
Krause us Glenister; Mr. Orth ns Dex
try; Mr. Sciiuel as McNnniar; Miss U.
Lais as Helen Chester; Miss A. Bron
keys as Cherry Malotte. This is to be
staged at the Mount Angel opera house
on Sunday, October IS. Some of the
following plays are al:io to be produced
by the Mount Angel dramatic players
luring the season: "The Hosary,''
"The Harrier,'' "The Squaw Man,"
"The Million" and "Shore Acres."
A German scientist siivs women can
! talk longer thnn men because their
I throats are smaller. As the average
I mini had a better use for his Ihioat
than talking he has no kick coming.
CASTOR I A
! Tor Infants and Children,
i Tiie Kind YouNa Always Bought
j Bears the yV yfj. J,"
sj Signature of &'Uc4&:
A BELGIAN HERO,
London, Sept, 21. Eiiditeen-vear-old
t oroporal Lupin, who served ill the, air (.rounds, Wednesday, Sept. 23.
regiment of Major Jeanne, wounded I ''''! weather yesterday blessed those
.lin ing the heroic defense of Liege, will i who were coming into eump as well as
I ctoitli hold a place in Helginn his-""1'' whn nr dolling up the grounds.
torv as high as that accorded anv i. 1 'fty members of Superintendent Stein-
dividual. Corporal Lupin gave his life .
to his coiiutrv. The (ieinians to whom
he gave his lite paid for it with the
annihilation of a battery of fiell artil
lery, horses and men, and the decisive
defeat of an attacking column of in
fantry. Ma jor Jeanne tells the follow
ing story of Corporal Lupin's heroism:
"We were on the right bank of the
Mease nt Itellaire, in close touch with
the German battery. Tiie musketry on
both sides was terrible. All at once the
Gerniuiis adopted new tactics. They
seemed to withdraw from their position
and we could distinctly notice their
inuks splitting as if in great confusion.
It was only to bring up more artillery
which had been rushing from behind.
The move was smartly executed, the
a ii Un rinsed again, and for a time t'.iev
seeined ns it they were going to have
the advantage over us. But now again
Lupin had seen' his chance loom-1
ing. ami what he i i I altogether changed
the tare of things. Like a flash the
boy ilashed ot'l' nudi r cover of a ditch
to the left of the Iciinuu battery. At
"am meters distance he found shelter
behind a wall, lie took iiini nt the
buttery in entilnde and his Mauser
brought down in quick succession the
chief officer, tiie under officers and the
artillerymen. This tune real confusion
took plio-e at the German battery,
which was nearly silenced. The Ger
mans, thinking that a whole platoon
was now attacking them, directed their
last piece of artillery on the wall and
with a ternlic crash the will came
down, burying the luave Corporal Lu
pin. The boy's bravery had weakened
the German position, and it did not
take i.s long to scatter them and put
another vii-torv nu our list."
MONMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
OPENS FOR NEW YEAR
Monmouth, Or., Sept. 24 Tho Mon
mouth high school opened Mini. lav with
an increased enrollment over last year,
the number reaching 51. The vacancy
caused hv the resignation of Miss Mc-
Coskey is filled by Miss Florence Rees
of Newberg, who will havo charge of
the English department. Courses in
Germnn and in typewriting have been
nibled to the high school curriculum. A
new gymnasium has been fitted up nlso.
Wisdom has an uphill fight against
the blissfiilness of ignorance.
U'Ren, Schuebel & Hesse
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
518, 519, 520 Railway Exchange Building
Phone Main 6376 Portland, Oregon
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANT.
Time Table, Portland Division.
16 Oregon Express 5:00 a.m.
10 Albany Passenger a.m.
28 Willamette Limited 9:27 a.m.
12 Shasta Limited 12:35 p.m.
I IS Portland Passenger 2:00 p.m.
I 20 Portland Passenger 5:43 p.m.
I 14 Portland Express 8:00 p.m.
1226 Local Way Fieight 10:30 a.m.
: 222 1'urtlaud Through Frt....l0:38 p.m.
15 California Express 3:32 a.m.
17 Roaeburg Passenger 11:10 a.m.
19 Cottage Grove Pass 4:40 p.m.
27 Willamette Limited 6:11 p.m.
11 Shasta Limited 5:43 p.m.
9 Albany Passenger 8:45 p.m.
13 San Francisco Express..l0:38 p.m.
225 Local Way Freight 9:27 a.m.
221 San Fran. Thro' Frt....l2:01 a.m.
K.ilnm Rear Branch.
7,1pa3seilgpr Ar. Salem 9:25 a.m.;
76 Mixed, Leave Salem 10:00 a.m. j
75 Mixed, Arrive Salem.... 3:00 p..m.:
74Passeuger, Leave Salem 5:00 p.m. ;
Salem, Falls City & Western. :
161 Salem for Fall City 7:00 a.m.
1H3 Salem for Ulack Rock....9:45 a.m.
105 Salem for falls City 1-40 p.m.
167 Saiem for Falls City 3:25 p.m.
16!) Salem for Dallas 6:15 p.m.
23!)--Dly frt. Salem lilk Rock .6:00 a.m.
Motor leaves Ar. Salem
i tn 1.-.II. (a., 7. On n m B10 am'
iii rails uiit.... I ..JU ..!. n
164 Falls City.... 9:30 a.m.
166 Ulack Rock. l:0o p.m.
168 Falls City.... 3:45 p.m.
170 Falls City.... 5:40 p.m.
240 Black Rock 6:00 a.m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Leaves Salem Arrives Portland
4:25 a.m 2 Owl 6:55 a.m.
6:30 a.m '. 6 '.. 8:43 a.m.
8:00 a.m 8, Local 10:20 a.m.
9:45 a.m 10 Limited . 11:35 a.m.i
1:50 p.m 14 4:10 p.m.j Lv, Salem
11:20 a.m. 12. .....1:45 p.m. 8:35 a.m.
4:00 p.m. 15 Limited 5:50 p.m.! 10:15 a.m.
4:15 p.m 18 6:40 p.m.l 4:35 p.m.
6:50 p.m 20 8:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
7:50 p.m . 23 .--10:00 p.m.) 6:40 p.m.
r f r,,,y graced tee groumls vesterday
and right well did they perform their
labors. A taithtul crew they were and
the state of Oregon was bettered by
F. J. Williams, Koute 4, Hillsborn,
writes that three new families will
camp in the liillsboro colony this year.
1. Z. Irvin and family, 721 East lilst
street, Portland, with the Standard Oil
company of that city, came into camp
yesterday ami are nicely located in the
cottage at No. 4 Kobbiu's avenue.
The camp (round store is in full
operation. Also the meat market.
Tiie well of Geo. Smith adjoining the
camp grounds was driven 47 feet, giv
ing 25 feet of pure water.
Mrs. .1. W. Shafer, Salem, camo iuto
camp last evening.
Persons holding stalls in the camp
"tables must relinquish same if
I I. ........ tl... .... nn.t.A :nl,i.
n horse keeps the campers awake nights
by kicking ngninst tho stalls. This will
not be permitted.
The camp ground marshals have in
structions to send all dogs to the city
pound that are found ruining about
the grounds. Any camper has a right
to kill any dog found in a tent. There
is no ob jection to keeping dogs in camp
provided said dogs are tied and do not
iinwl or bark at nights. Any camper
keeping a howling dog does so lit his
or her peril. An exception is made of
the little house dogs running at large.
DR. WALTON RETURNS;
TAKES UP PRACTICE
Dr. Walton, who has been taking
post graduate work in Los Angeles and
tiie East during the past year, has re
turned recently to his practice in Sa
lem. Dr. Walton spent the summer in Chi
cago taking clinical work at Cook Coun
ty, West Side and SI. Mary's hospitals,
and also special wmk at the Chicago
Lying In Dispensary.
While iu Chicago he visited the clin
ics of Drs. Murphy nnd Oschner nnd on
his way home spent a couple of weeks
with the Drs. Mayo at Rochester, Minn.
The doctor states that while away he
saw a great deal of fino country but
nothing that could equal tho Willam
If not in the sun, Poland is at least
getting a place iu tho limelight.
Lv. Portland Ar. Bm
6:10 a.nr. 1 8:32 a.ia.
7:30 a.m 3 9:57 a.im.
8:20 a.m 5 Liniitod . 10:10 a.m.
7 12:6 p.m.
2:10 p.m 9 4:33 pja.
3:45 p.m 11 (1:05 p.m.
4:45 p.m 13 Limited . 6:35 p.m.
6:00 p.m 17 Local 8:1 p.m.
9:15 p.m 19 11:25 p.m.
11:45 p.m 21 Owl 2:01 ajm,
8 8:30 a.m.
T v Corvali
4 :4?T p.m
20 6:50 p.m,
7:35 a.m 10 Ltd.
... 7:50 p.m.
16 Ltd ...
12:05 a.m 2 Owl J:10 aja,
: Lv. Salem
.. 9:15 p.m.
0:U a.m. ...
rjtops at Albany
.... 1 ...
. 5 Ltd
Stopa at CprrallU
13 8. poa.
- 8:00 a.au
- 7:54 pa.
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