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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. moxdav, jcne n, idis.
Saterton Will Hold
: Celebration July 4th
;Tbe committees are working on plans
ty make the coming Fourth of July
celebration and Film raising in Silver
ton. ! July 4tfi, a grand success, 'and
nothing will! be left undone . to give
the peoplo who visit Silve&ton that flay
a-real patrlotio tiie.
-Hn. Henry McGinn oJ Portland, and
1H. ."Richard Avison of 'Salem have
leea engage as orators.--".
The Silveirfcn comet band will furn
ish. !thp' music for the oeeaeion. and
the -committee Will provide different
kinds of amusement during the day for
different kinds of people." : 1
This is to be something out of the
ordinary for a celebration. Instead of
the fire cracker and fire works people
will-be expected to express their pa
triotism sanely, and no fire works of
any kind will be allowed,' in the city
on that day By order of the -mayor
end, city council the officers are in
structed to arrest any person" who un
dertakes to manifest that "1770 spir
it. Large posters were issued by the
Tribune this week and the programs
will be out soon. The celebration will
tart with a - grand street parade in
the. 'forenoon, consisting of the home
jraard coniiaiiy under command of
Captain Smith, civic societies, and oth
er features. Dr. Avison will speak in
the forenoon ot the flag raising, and
Judge McGinn will deliver the-oration
in- the afternoon at the city park. In
addition to this a grand patriotic pro
gram will be rendered.
The show houses will put on special
features for the night -ot the 4th nd
tho usual Fourth of July ball will bo
held, of course, for the entertainment
of the young people. '
Mako planB to come to Silverton this
year and spend the Fourth and celo
lrpte in a manner appropriate for the
times and conditions of today. Silver
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Pratum, June 17. Ferdinand Mantie
died Saturday evening June 8 at about
8 p. .m. He had been ill fo.r some time
with pneumonia. He was not buried nn
til' Friday June 14 at 1 o'clock. The
funeral wa postponed until that time
pending the arrival of a sister from
the. east. The funeral was held from
h Jtfonnonitto jchurch. Mis. Mautic
is . ROiiously ill with pneumonia. Sho
haa been very ill for the past two duys
(but. at the present writing is improv
ing somewhat. " .
The Pratum Mercantile Co.'s store
was closed Friday afternoon from 1
to '3 p. m- on account of the funeral.
keury Snppingfield is the possessor
of :.a now Ford. George Limbeck also
TcjN:tl,v became the possessor of a new
klr. and Mrs. D. W. Busknell spent
tho; week end at the homo of George
Elinor Leisy has been busy making
I ay-for the past few days.
Mir. and Mrs. Joe Eamseyor enter
tained company froitn Salem Sunday
The boy scouts arc ready to plow
their potato ground on the Henry Sap'
minefield place. Scouts Frank Schaap
end Elmer Leisy will do the work and
all hands will turn out to plant pota
toes scion. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Mark McAllister of
flideim, former residents of this place
re rejoicing over tho (vrival of a new
Many Eratum people attended the
ftalls-Floto cireiw in Salem Thursday
afternoon and cvtning.
Salem Heights Notes
Mr. and Mis. Anderson were called
to Mnrshfield Wie first of the week on
account of the gitdden datli of their
eon, Dr. Gilbert Anderson. Death was
due to blood poison.
Mrs. E. M. Law of Jefferson spent
(tht past week tho guest of her broth
er and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. Grilley.
Mr. Clark pent the wek end at the
home place, from Portland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Coats were Sun
flay visitors at their parents- home, Mr.
end Mrs. J. S. Craig.
Salflm Heights school donated- $3.37
to the Bed Cross, the proceeds from the
ile of pop corn.
Mr. Roberts and son, Raymond, are
tfxpe'ctedi to spend Sunday at home
from Mill City. --
Raymond Willcwn lias returned to
Oregon City after a two day's visit
at home. Raymond had the misfortune
Is Busy all the
It goes to prove that our work
and prices satisfy the users
of losing hiaifuiger tips in some ma
chinery at the paper mill.
Maurice lKLv$'er? Earl MeDonough
and Harry Woodward made up- a party
who spent the week at Breitenuosh
Springs fishing and enjoying all the
sport that go with such a V.ip-
Mrs. Cade of West Salem was visit
ing friends in this neighborhood.
Walter Edwards spent last Week end
in Portland going (lowiu.to .hid good
bye to Theodore Jones, who has been
stationed at Vancouver. Theodore was
a resident of this neighborhood gome
eight or nine years ago and will be
remembered by some of his- former
iFrcd Thompson, who is working in
Portland, was a Sunday -visitor with"
Miss Crystal ' Brambnl left this
morning for a visit with her uncle at
Word was received from Donald
Willson of tlie navy, that on hia me
turn from his fourth trip across the
ocean he expects to get a month's fur
lough, in such case he will be home
the latter part of July.
There will be no meetings of Salem
Heights Red Cross until further notice
School closed this week. Now for the
war gardens. Mrs. Jones gave a pic
nic for her room, while the sixth, sev
enth and eighth grades were enjoying
Day expects to leave Sunday
for Portland to be with her daughter,
Miss Beth Day.
BIG BARGAIN DAY IN
SALEM IS PLEASING
TO ALL CONCERNED
Businessmen and Shopper
Were Alike Well Satisfied
with Results Attained
Tht consensus of opinion among busi
ness men is that Bargain Day last Sat
urday was an unqualified success. That
not only did the special bargains offer
ed bring hundreds (,f people to Salein,
but that t'lp bargains offered wcro such
as to justify th,j expectations of those
coming to Salein for that purpose only.
And not only nr. the merchants who
backed bargain day entirely satisfied
buj there is a feeling that it would be
of advantago to the merchants and com
munity if the special Bargain Days
were offered at closer mtorvals and not
as an annual affair.
The special ndvantngp, of the leading
merchants combining on one flay when
all. will offer specials is evident from
tho number of out f town people com
ing to the city nud tho response of city
Anyhow, now that Bargain Day is
past, the energetic merchants who had
the foresight to offer bargains arc pleas
ed with the idea and have exprcss'd
themselves as in favor of the bargain
day idea at proper intervals.
We did 25 pOT cent more business on
bargain day this year .than last.
I couldn't wait on tho people and
The largest single day 's business we
have had this year.
Gale & Co,
Wo had 50 per cont moro clerics and
could have used imore fietp.
JrL. Busick & Son,
Bargain day was a big success and
we were pleased wih tho business.
, . . C. S. Hamilton,
Never in the history of any store
were mere peoplo turned away with
out being waited upon than at
W. W. Moore's-
We were well pleased with the re
sult of bargain day. Busy every minute
Bargain day was ,a success. People
were in our store we never saw Deiore,
Bargain day was ahead of last year,
LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT
.By S, W,
It is inter-
esting to note,
of thrift in
. ef the United
ing by- the
d i catio n
shown in the
sale of thrift
has the ttrriftiesreitirens in the coun
try for the average ownership of
these stamps ttiera was $14.SS-up to:
the time of the last public report
which was of May L '
Nebraska's per capita at the begin
ing of April was $3.49 but during
that month the citizens of the state
bought more than $ 14.000.000 of the
stamps, which brought the amount
of average individual ownership op
to the amount mentioned. If all
the citizens of the United States were
as generous in the purchase of thrift
stamps as are the people of Nebraska,
the grand total would approximate
one and a half billion dollars.
On the other hand the state which
has made the poorest showinj has
been South Carolina with a per caoita
HONORABLE PEACE IS
OFFERED TO ITALIANS
BY GERMAN RULER
Proposal Supposed to Have
Been Made In Preparation
for Present Offensive
17. That Ger
s disclosed by
many has offered '
peace" to Italy wi
Bargain day sure was fine.
F. W. Woolworth Co.
Bargain day wag good from a busi
We were unable to handle the crowds
, , Price Shoe Co.
The ibiggont day ginco Xmas was re
i, . . . way Li t armor.
Bargain chiy wag very satisfactory
both to us and our customers.
Barnes CaA Store.
Bargain day was a very fine busi
Rostoin & Greenbaum.
Bargain day iis good stuff. Every
body wias satisfied and so were wo.
Salem Woolen Mill Store.
,000,000 UNITED STATES CASH
Cash, wrap up one hundred sixty
rnillion pounds of Canadian cheese
for Great Britain, charged to Uncle
jSam's account. Here is a surplus
cheese as big as ten Masonic Tem
ples in Chicago, one 200 stories high
which a comrade in arms sent
around for lunch. American dollars
for cheese out of vats filled with
milk from cows pastured on the
prairies where the bison loafed at
will until the Canadian Pacific rail
way built through.
Here is war's eoodwill in sand-1
wiches for the front lino trenches; :
forty million dollars extended as a
credit to Canada for that which is
.owed to the wartime industry of the
cow. E. G. Bennett, State Dairy
Commissioner of Missouri once wrote
in an ode to the cow: "For two
thousand years she has been the co
partner of men, sharing alike in his
prosperity and adversity, responding
nobly to all that was done for her
until through her development she
. ,i? ::.... "sT. I h 1. V Vs V I
has become an idol of the people." i is now being manufactured in the
! The cow of Canada has risen to ' United States. In Canada it is put
her opportunity under the stimulus ting millions of extra dollars into the
of war and alfalfa cf Alberta. 1 jeans of the farmers. '
STRAUS . -- ; J X
Sacufr jtr Tkrijt
of only "39 cents. The1" District of
Columbia ranked, second with $4J6)
and" Missouri third With a per capita
of $3.81. i
Generally speaking, the New Eng
land states have made rather poor
showings, strange as it may seem.
As a group,- trie West is outstrip
pnig alt other parts of the country.
Of the first ten states on the list;
eight are of thr West- as follow:
Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, Oregon,
Montana, - Washington,.'. Iowa, and
Colorado. Outside the -District of
Columbia, the first Eastern state oa
the- list is Delaware, which: ranks
fifteenth; New v York; is thirtieth.
Eastern Pennsylvania twenty-first;
and Western- Pennsylvania thirty
fifth." Among the surprises is Mich
igan, which rants forty-seventh ia s
list of fifty-one states or para
The thrift stamp represents, a
unique type of thrift. The sales are
to a great extent made- to children,
and persons of moderate means. Be
cause of its special appeal to the in
experienced saver" it has a great edu
cational value. There should be the
sharpest rivalry between the various
states in this matter, not only because
of the help such conditions will yiefd
to the government but because of the
uplifting influence these small sit
inars will have on the citizens.
Premier Orlando before the Italian
chamber of deputies yosterday, accord
ing to Borne cables bar? today, .
The dispatch did not indicate Italy 's
reply but it was officially assumed
here that it was promptly rejected.
No indication is contained in the
cable as to tho means employed in ad
vancing tho offer, Orlando 's statement,
4 cabled, saying merely "the Ger
mans even have offered an honorable
ine peace move was launched 're
cently,'.' probably as a step in antici
pation of the Austrian drive. These rr
tho same tactics employed by the Ger
man before their last assault on Italy-
designed to break tho morale of the
That the Teutons would pursue such
a course was forecast some time ago by
toe Italians. .
At that time it was stated that Ger
many would' also extend her proffer
through the usual concealed channels
to other powers fighting against her.
Ccurt House News
Thero were three divoreo suits com
menced Saturday and today, and three
marriage licensee . Issued. This keeps
.tha balance even. ,lor Whiteman vs.
A, L. Wiiitemari is a suit brought to
dissolve itlio marriage bonds existir
between the; parties. Plaintiff alleges
they were married in 1DU0 and have
four children, the oldest fifteen and
tho youngest eight. Plaintiff alleges
that dofondant treated her cruelly and
inhumanly calling her vile names and
accusing her of making dates with oth
er men all of. whiieJh is untrue. That
after a visit to rest and Tocover from
a spoil of nervousness, on her return
FOR CANADIAN CHEESE SALE!
J& I L .J 2lt. Zt&iletf I
Saskatchewan and Manitoba as well
as the clovers of Ontario and other
eastern provinces. The opportunity
was made by Great Britain's short
age of dairy products, Denmark,
Sweden and Holland having been
supplying- Germany, and Russia be
ing shut off from the world markets.
J. A. Kuddick, a Canadian authority,
said: "If we made 10,000,000 pounds
of butter it would be more to ex
port." The demand has caused
chrevqft vnnrtl from CnnnHn tn In.
crease m-eatlv. From Mav to Oe-'
tober, 11)14, 101,000,000 pounds went -
out of the country: in the same)
period of 1916, 1"0,000,000 pounds,
an increase of e8,O0O,OOO pounds.
The demand for -cheese for the sol
diers has caused the per capita con
sumption to mount from 2 Vi pounds
for Canada to 13 xk pounds for
Britain. Cheese suddenly has grown
important as food, This is in part
because it is one of the cheapest
foods on the market. A vast amount
CAPITAL: JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TO
g WHERE BUYER AND SELLER IEET-WE KECOUEND OUR ADVERTISERS ' g
Temple, 127 North High
falem Eleetrie Co,
DR. T. L. UTTEB, DENTIST, BOOMS
x-4it Bam or Uommeres bldg.
Phone 606. ' n-4
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good Seal Estate Security
THoa. k. Rn
OverLadd Buah, bank, Salem, Oregon
EBB FIXIT SHOP Let u repair and
aarpea your lawn mowers. HrJi
Oonrt. Phone 1022. tf
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists, uraduate of Amer
ican school of OstOOTjathv. Kirkvilln.
Ho Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angelos Col
lege, unices 505-508 U. S. Nat Bank
Bldg. Phono 859. Eetidencs, 1620
vowi. rnone zzia. vt, vvaito Kes.
homo defendant told her to "got to
Hell out of here." Thai before neigh
bors -he insulted her and called her
vile names and accused her of meeting
other men. Sho asks a divorce and one
third, of the property and such roli
as to tn e court may seem reasonable,
Joseph Lewis Harris against Kittie
ucland Harris Is another divorce act
ion. Plaintiff alleges defendant de
serted him. in Liuu county in June,
itfi7. Tliey were married in Browns
ville in 1911 and have no children. De
fendant has separato property hut
plaintiff makes no claim to any of it.
Kaibel Pollard versus JTred Pollad
is- another suit over marital troubles,
Tho parties wore married in South
Bend, Wash., in 1914 and there are no
children. Plaintiff alloges oesertion in
In the suit of Frank it. Ford against
Bichardi L. and Ealph Swaitz, plaintiff
asks judgment for tho sum of $13207.61
for money alleged to have been loaned
to, and for bills paid for defendants
all of which it is alleged is still due
In itlio suit of Rose Bailey against
Alice K. isli plaintiff filed an amend
ed complaint alleging defendant had
slandered her and injured her reputa
tion and isho asks as damages the sum
Tho suit of Mary B. France against
Robert Fraivce was on trial today,
This is an action to compel defendant
to pay jomt indebtedness as ordered
under a decree of divorce between tho
)jc sj( sjf )(c 3fi fli )C C jc )c jfc
Wheat, soft white ......
Wheat, lower grade
Barlev. ton .
Shorts, per ton .. ... (38
Ha cheat, new $-0
Hay, vetch, now . 9zU
Hay clover, new $20
Dry white beans . 77&e
Pork, Veal and Muttm
Pork, on foot - 15 Vic
Eggs and Poultry
Kggg, trade .... 37c
Turkeys, live, No. 1 2123c
Hens, dressed, pound due
Old roosters . 15(al6e
Broilers, live Zl(w23t
Hens, pound .................... 20c
Eggs, casii ...... .r. ooc
Potatoes, old 75e,
Potatoes, new 3.!i0
California Bed onions , $1.73
Onions, green . - 40
Onions, Bermuda $2
Cabbage ... . 8c
. Have the Journal Job Dept.
estimate on your printing
needs yon get the benefit of
cash buying. Phone 81.
FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE
NEW GRILL OPEN Opposite" Orego
Eleetrie depot, lunches and meals at
all hours, from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sam Louie, 136 3. High St. 6-21
KNIGHTS- OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Aadresen, C C W. B. Oil
son, K. R. 4 S.
MODERN WOODMEN" OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No; 5248imeets
very Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. B. Day, V. C; J. A
SALEM HUMANB SOCIETY D. D.
Eeeler, president; Mrs. Lea Tillson,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or neg
loct of dumb animals should bo re
ported to the seoretarjr for invest!'
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meets every Thursday evening, ia
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. PearL Coursey,. 214 Court St,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in L O. O.' F. hall. Norm. U
Terwilliger, M. A; 0. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 840 Owens street.
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, ha(3, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
SALEM SCAVENGER ChaTles Boos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mala
2247. Residence Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20 to 68 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks. .
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Phone 124. -
SALEM WATER COMPANY Off ios
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Tomatoes, crate $2
(,'ucumibers. .-. $1
Oranges '. $7.75(8
Grape fruit, California $4.50
Lemons, box $9.50fn)ll
Bananas . glc
Strawberries - $2
Dromedary dates $Q
Creamery tmttor 60e
Flour, haTd wheat . $2.853.10
Floor, soft wheat . ix,Vi,
Countrv butter 4ir
Bags, dozen 40c 1"
Sugar, 11 lbs. for $1
Sales limited to $1
Portland, Or,, Juno 17. Butter, city
r-ggs, f-Jocted local ex. 3940o
Hens 23(026 !'
Cheese triplets 25Vu2
Dally Livestock Market
Tono of mailiot lower
Prime steers I2..')0(13.50
ChoLco to good steers $11.503lr2.50
Modinm to good steers $9.50-10.50
Fair to medium steers $9(310
Common to fair tirs $8(fl!)
Choii'o cows and heifers $9.5010.50
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifers
Stockers and fenders $79
Receipt 1198 " )
Tono of market 10( liighor
Prime mixed $16.6(1 16.75
Medium mixed $l.4.Va 18.60
Rough heavies $I5.0015.75
Pigs $15.50(u 15.75
Tomo of market weak
East of mountain lambs $13ffi 15.50
Valley lambs 14.50tol3 " . '
ON SHORT NOTICE :
WANT TO BUY for cash, modera T
room house, with large lot; 135 tores
all tillable, sear Muleshoe, Texas,
for Salem acreage; 240 acres, 200
cultivated, 40 pasture, good soil,
lays well, running water, 3 miles
from town, wall take $2500 in trade,
price $23,000; 60 acres' all cultivated,
19 acres prunes, fair buildings, X
mile from town, $8,000. Owner, roots.
1, 341 State St. 6-U
FOR SALE Fiv acres with good
house, barn and out buildings, fenc
ed, cross fenced and most of the
ground seeded, - good water from
pump', fruit for" family use; on
good Toad 2V4 miles from city om
its and car line, txjuare Deal Real
ty Company, U. S. hank bvilding..
308 ACRES 1 milo from station, 290
cultivated, 18 "pasture, modern, new
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, 50 acres
clover, annual income $300. Price
$100 per acre.
280 acres, 235 cultivated, 80 pas
ture,, 14 miles, from" station, fair im
provements; price $75 per acre.
eo.acres hotte-m, 30 cultivated 30
stump pasture, -Z. miles of. town, ex
change for valley farm elsewhere;
. . price $9000. - ,
90 aicres, 60 cultivated, 2a in fruit,
30 timber and stump pasture, fair
improvements, 3 miles from Salem,
. will exchange for southern Oregon,
will "assume; price $13,000. '
290 acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good improve
ments, want unincumbered ranch
' close to Salem not over $13,000;
320 acres Alta, Canada. exchange
for valley ranch or Salem residence)
not over $0000.
330 acres Lake county, Oregon, tra
proved, erchango for valley ranch,
' not over $5000.
-10 acres with modern 7 room house
4 blocks of Salem ar line, exchange
for $2000 residence and. mortgage
for difference; price $4050. Socolof
sky, 341 State St. ' 7-15
IRRIGATION FOB 1913
For the purpose- of trying to make
the irrigation service more satisfac
tory the city will be divided into two
districts so that each district will get
the full service ot tno plant upon tha
day it irrigates.
The plan is to have tha houses which
bear even numbers on the streets irri
gate only oa Monday, Wednesday, Fri
day and Suwlay, and the houses which
boar odd numbers on the street irri
gate only on Tuosday, Thursday, Sat
urday and Sunday. This plan win per
mit every house to irrigate four day
out of each week.
.The punpose of the Water company
in furnishing water for irrigation is
not to-furnish all tho water a person
can ran through the hose in the sis
irrigation hours every day, but ura
ish enough wator to keep the lawn ia
condition. To use more than enough is
a waste. Ws will pump the usual
amount otf water and hope to furnish
it mora satisfactorily Salem Water,
Light & Power Co. tf
(In effect June second)
SALEM- GEHS LTNE
No. 73 Arrive at Salom 9:10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:00 p.m.
ALEM, FALLS CITY WESTERN
161 Lv Salem, motor ............7:50 a.m.
183 Lr Salem, motor .....9:33 am.
168 Lv Salom, motor ... ...1:40 p.m.
Through car to Monmouth and Arlie
167 Lv Salem, motor .....4:15 p.m.
169 Lv Salem, motoT 8:58 pm,
239 Wy frt. Lv Salem 5:00 ajn.
162 Ar nt Salem 9:10 a.m.
164 Ar. at Salem ll:00a.nu
166 Ar at Salem 3:00 p.m.
168 Ar at Salem 5:35 p.m.
170 Ar ot Salem 7:20 p.m.
i40 Wy frt Ar Salem : 2:30 p.m.
frala . Leave Arrive Arrive
Ba, 'Portland Salem Eugene
1 6:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 am
8 Ltd i:30 am 10:11am 12:25 pis)
I 10:45 am 12:50 pm
9 2:03 pm 4:15 pm 6:35 pin
13 Ltd.. 4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:50 pm
17 . .. . 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salom only
19 - 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
P 11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:50 am
'North Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Street 13 and 20 Canutes later)
Train Leavo AjtIvs Arrive
Ro, Begone Salem Portland
12:06 am 4:35 am 6:60 am
6 7:15 am 9:25 am
10 Ltd 7:35am 9:45am 11:30am
13 1120 m 1:20 pm
14... 11:20 am 1:50 pm. 8:35 pm
ifl Ltd 1:55pm 4:00pm 5:45pm
in ,.. . ,. .M-Klpm 6:30 pm 7:40pm
22 8.25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 p4
xNorth Bank Station (Arrive Jeffersoa
Btreet 15 minutes earlier) Leave Cor
Leave Cor vallis Arrive Salsa,
8:25 amNorthbonnd.-.9:45 am
12:12 pm....Northbonnd....l:50 am
2:41 pm..Northbjund ...4:00 pm ,
4:10 pm..Northbound....5:30 pm
6:18 pm...Nortibound...7:55 pm
8:35 am..Southbound....9:57 am
10:18 am....8outhbound..ll:33 am
J2:50 pm.9outhbo 111C.-S ? pm
4:15 pm.Houthbound....5:40 pm
6:40 pm.8onthb6und.8:00 ps
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