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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. TUESDAY. JUNE 25. 1918.
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Willamette Valley News
Mill City Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mill City, Or.. Juuo 25. The Arnold
Amusement company have put up their
Frtrris wheel and merry-go-round in our
town and are doing a big business.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shaw were here
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shaw
and friends several days tho past week.
Mr. Shaw was also looking after busi
ness interests for tlw Hammond Lum
-A picnic party .was given Meyol Smith
Monday evening the occasion being his
George TettelUer is at hom,a on fur
lough. The Red Crois is doing its usual
amount of work.
The weathur hits been ideal for pie
nip parties, and a great many, have ta
ken advantage of this fact.
'Mrs. Earl was an Albany visitor Sat
urday. lAIuia Poulson went to Salem this
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and daughter,
Bowena with Mr. and Mrs. McLane
were Turner visitors Sunday.
;Mts, Stella Hofich, of Portland, was
visiting friends in town Friday even
Mrs. Fred Bradshaw foil Friday Even
ing, spraining her ankle seriously.
.Looney's of Jefferson ore visiting
at the Dr. Allen home.
-Mrs. McLane and Myrtle were Al
bany visitors t)w last pf tfce .week,,
,Tom Booth is building a now home
in Shaw's addition, . ...
-The Mill City orchestra gave a big
dance Saturday night.
.Mrs. Fred ITorner went to Mehama to
attend h,?r mother's funeral, Mrs. Wm.
Utout who was buried Friday.
Ralph Pattersons brother Jim was
brought from California for iuterineut
In the Fox Valley cemetery Saturdaj'.
.'Gardens have are not as good as in
former y.?ara. '
,Mr. Harry Woods went to Salem Sat
urday. "A great many Mill City people motor
but for Sunday, but the writer cannot
keej) track of them, hence their names
and destinations do not appear in these
(Capital Journal" Special Service.)
loverdale, June 25. Mrs. Hadlcy
hat. just received word that her son
Owen has arrived safely in France.
Mrs. Arthur Annis visited Salem
Mrs. John Thomas and her mother,
Mrs. Morris, visited Salem Thursday.
John Craig motored home Saturday
evening from Salem where he is work
ins for Roth's Grocery.
Mrs. A. E. KunUe had friends from
Seattle crrived here Friday to spend
Mrs. F. A. Wood had relatives from
Ailem spend the week end with her.
Mr. Wipper and son, Mr. Levi Fliflet
and Mr. Garner were in Salem on busi
Loganberries will bo ready to pick
this week in the big yard, in . this
Mrs. Myrtle Graybill and three chil
dren left last Monday for the berry
yards north of Salem.
Mr. 4nd Mrs. Whitehead spent last
Sunday at Gates, Oregon.
At the" school election last Monday,
J. D. Ciaig was elected director to
serve three years.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Monmouth, Or., June 25. Mr. I
Powell is in Sao. Antonio, Texas, with
his son, Clares, who is suffering from
blood poisoning, caused by an injury to
his kneo, received in a game of basket
ball several months ago at 0. A. C.
Clares bad apparently recovered from
the injury and was able to pass the
physical jexaraination of the army
later he contracted blood poisoning and
has been in the army hospital for sev
eral weeks. Mrs. Powell received word
Saturday that a slight operation had
been performed on the foot and Clares
an?mcd better. It will be some time
however, before he will be able to tra
vel, so he can come home. Clares is
a splendid young man and was anxious
to go to France in the service of his
country. He,; will receive an honorable
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Crowfoot left
Tuesday for, Maupin, Wasco eounfy to
get their toam and household effects,
preparatory to settling in this vicin
ity. They have rented the White pro
perty in north Monmouth where they
will live for the coming year, after
which they expect to buy a farm near
town. If they are satisfied by that
time that Polk county suits them bet
ter than Wasco.
Miss Beth Ostroin went to Corval
lis Saturday to spend the week end with
Miss Laura Farrington who has been
making her home with her aunt, Mrs.
J. L. Van Loan, while attending Normal
school, left Sunday for her home at
Columbia Falls, Montana.
Mr. Wes Shrunk and family of Sa
lem were pleasant callers on tho' Os
troins at Sunshino Farm Sunday even
ing. Lieutenant E. B. Hamiton of tbo For
estry division, somewhere in France,
has b?en promoted to tho rank of cap
tain. Iu a letter to his mother, dated May
20, Birchard Van Loan writes cheerfully
of lifo and his nw work just behind the
front line trenches. He has recently;
been transferred to the 151st company
field artillery and is working with the
supply wagons, rushing ammunition aud
other ruecessary comodities to tho boys
in the front lino.
Recent reports frorti Charley Plesscn
ger and Robert Thompson who have
been on the firing lin0 for soma time,
tell of their good health and well being.
The six weeks summer sessioa at the
0. N. S. begun Monday.
District Sunday School
Convention at Middle Grove
(.Capital Journal Special Service)
HayesvilleOr., Jun,o 25. The Hayes
ville District Sunday school convention
will be held at Middlo Grove next Sun
day, June 30th.. Miss Anna Brown, a
missionary of India, will bve one of the
speakers. The following is the program
for the day
10 a. m. 8ong service.
Devotional, Rev. G. R. Stovef.
"The Child's Religion" Inez Gotpa
"Mission Work in India" Miss Anna
Brown, of India, while in this country
her homo is nar Dallas, Oregon.
Address, Dr. E. 8. Hammond.
1:30 p. m. Song service.
"Shooting Trouble "Harry White.
District History G. A. Anderson.
The Element of Time in the Sunday
school, Rev. II. C. Stover,
Good music will be furnished through
out tho program.
(Continued from page one)
men be trained until they arc 21, Sen
ator Full raiid he'd aiyept Chamber
"If we fix the go at 20 I think
there's a chance that the house will
accept the measure," said Chamber
lain. "I win give it my support."
Sia!of Poimcene demanded why,
in. view of the fact that 10,000,000
men had registered, it was necessary
to lower tho cge limit.
"In my judgment, it's far ibetter to
change the limits than to go into de
ferred classo and upset industry and
agriculture. America must serve notice
on the world that every man be he 18
or 4,j, will ibe sent f its necessary to
win. this war "
Senator Wadsworth, after advocat
ing both raising and lowering . the
draft ages, declared that tho United
States should summon aa army, big
enough to establish tho iron Ting
around Germany and Austria and their
allies. He urged that Bulgaria and
Turkey be included at once among the
enemies of the T'niteit States and as
soon a possible an army be sent into
Italy, lie also urged au expedition into
Siberia, declaring he believed the Rus
sian people would welcome the coming
of disinterested army.
Senator nitchcock, Nebraska, lato to
day introduced - an amendment to the
army bill as a substitute for the Fall
amendment. The amendment fixes the
draft at 20 to 40 inclusive, and also
provides that nationals of. allied and
neutral nations who have announced
their intention of becoming citizens
sunll be subject to the draft.
The amendment is regarded as a com
promise between the old age limit and
tha Fall figures of 18 to 45.
IRISH MFLES SEIZED.
Dublin, June 25. Police today con
fiscated a large quantity of rifle ammu
nition which had been brought into the
country concealed in grain sacks.
'J'h? market men report that the poo
lic g"P.ciallv demands the finest brv?f
obtainable. So what 's the use of beefing
about the cost of living bight
Blake's Case Puzzles
Military and Secret Serrice
Portland, Or., June 25. British, and
American army officers, the secret
service and police puzzled their brains
over the strange case of T. I Blake
Blake, who said he was an; Anzac
scout and exhibited 47 wounds said to
have been received in fighting for the
allies on several fronts, has "been dup
ing the public in many American
cities, said army men.
The ni an has lost an arm and shoul
der and claims to have been mutilated
by the Germans whilo a prisoner, hi
scores ot American cities he has
worked for the Red Cross and from all
reports has raised larpe mims of money,
all of which he refused to touch. He
has bee-a paying his own expenses.
Blake was said 'to have confessed
today that he left England after he
had swindled the Prudential Lifo In
surance company while acting as its
agent there. One report said he is
wanted in Vancouver on a serious
change. Blake also admitted he ne.vor
took part iu the Dardanelles campaign
but stuck to his story of French front
The paradoxical Blake was taken
here Saturday after he had retold with
many Intimate details the gruesomi
war stories that gained hTm great sym
pathy, yards of publicity and caused
Red Cross dollars to roll in in many
War Labor Board
May Ex Wages Soon
: .Washington, June,. 25. The national
war labur board will soon give hear
ings in a survey to fix a living wage.
This will be tho minimum amount
needed to support a family of three of
a common laborer. The board today
began herrings on the Cleveland and
Detroit streetcar cases. On both cities
car men are asking a minimum wage
of sixty cents an hour, together with
The board also has before it demands
for increased wages for carmen in
Schnectady, Scranton, ' Pittsburgh,
Kansas C'ty, East St. Louis, Evanston,
111., and Chicago.
IRISH TOWNS GUARDED.
Dublin, June 25. The town of Trnloe
and certain adjacent towns aud lands
which wore t'.e scenes of recetit disoi
ders ave been proclaimed a special mil
itary area within which unauthorized
persons may not enter.
LIBBH ARMY MEN
(Continued from page one) .
William M. Munphy, Salem
Ralph Iowa Stevens, Saiera
Rollo Forrest Axley, Salem
Calvin Arthur Ager, Mill City
Phillip Mathias Albus, Aumsville
Earnest E. Baker, Salem
Dudley Bruce Taylor, Turnr
Arley Ray Lifoby,' Jefferson
Niek tttangarone, Portland
Edward Frederick Schroedor, Stayton
Fraiwis Hoereth, Stayton
..Eniiddo Bcllo, Salem
Ernest Truman Hedrick, LaGrande
Louis Tyler Tooker, Salem
Leo Sutter, Salam
Joseph Ringwald, Salem
Frank Staiger, Sublimity
John' Lund, Silverton -Chas.
A. Zielinski, SaJent '
Michael Oeder, Mill City
John William Schifferer Turner
Ben F. Beekwith, Portland
Eugene Boice Grabenhorst, Salom
Dallis Paul McLin, Salem
Harry Itexford Wilson, Clackamas "
Charles Henry Bronguacio, Salem
Henry Edward Tiarks, Salem
Clyde N. Kaiser, Madeay
Otha Burgess Hager, Merlin
Michael Harold Galvin, Mill City
Hermaa Peter Johnson.- Collinsville.
Leon O. Butler, Sacramento, Cal,
Georgo Feller, Turner
George Delbert Jenkins, Detroit
Francis Marion Charpilloz, Silverton
Georgo Sehmitt, Shaw
Adolph Felix Steinkamp, Aumsville
Lloyd Thomas Rigdon, Salem
Wayne W. Argetsinger, Rcdne
John Cries, Suolimity
John Vernon Hirscher, SaleA
John Henry Denny, Salem
Fee Clifford Esteb, Salem
Walter Vining, Mill City
Albert H. Chamberlin, Shelbum
Charles Norton Ruggleg, West Lynn
Chester Hays Armstrong, Salem
Sidney Howard, Jefferson
Earl Brown, Aumsville
Oscar Zimmerman, Mehama
Leonard D. Ruch, Independence1 J "
Albert Arthur Kiefer, Talbot
Roy O. Kelly, Stayton
Reynolds Waldo Ohmart, Salem
Herald Wesley Emmel, Sherwood
Van Norwood Kemery, Salem
Ward Walter Bargee, Oregon City
Oswald Fiiegel, Salem
. Arthur Priein, Macleay
Kent Simeon Kraps, Salem
Rayford Thayer tioode, Salem
Manley J. Stone, Mehama
Claude Byron Ames, Mojave, Cal.
James Mitchell Ingram, Salem
Axel Pedorson, Clifton
Roy Hamilton Lightfoot, Salem
Henry Martin Shaveland, Salem
John C. Miller, Gates
Richard Walter Hatherill, Marion
Clans Wm. Bruekmmt, Marion
Arthur G. Stenstrom, Salem -
: THE MARKET t
Wheat, soft white L851.87
Wheat, red 1.85
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Barley, ton . . 150
Bran " ,-, , . $38
9horts, per ton w . - . $38
Hay, cheat, now .... , $20
Hay, vetch, new ....... $20
Hay. clover, new $20
Dry "white beans ...... . 77e
Bufctorfat ............................. 46c
Createiery butter ..':.... ... 49c
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot;.,...,..... lS'itglS 3-c
Voal, fancy I3(3)14o
Steers . .. 79
Cows ....... .. 5(n)7c
Spring lambs - 12c
Ewes .... 67e
Lambg, yearlings : .. ,. 9c
Eggs ana' Ponltsry
Eggs, cash '. 36c
Eggs, trado 37c
Turkeys, live, No. 1 ; 2123c
Hons, dressed, pound 30a
UIcl rooster L laffllfla
Broilers, live . 2123o
Hens, pound J .. 20o
Potatoes, old ................ 75
Potatoes, new . $3.50
California red onions $1.00
Onions, green 40
Onions, Bermuda $1.90
arucnoKes . joe
Cabbage. . 8e
Peas .... liyac
Tomatoes, crato . $1.00
Beets .... 2'ae
Cucumbers ' 1
Cantaloupes . $3.50
Grape fruit, California ........ $4.50
Lemons, box .... .. , $9.5011
Bananas .. 8e
Dromedary dates J . $8
Croamery butter ..i. 5uc
ewur, Jiara wueat . ri.mi&i.iu
Flour, soft wheat $2.63
Country butter ... 45
Eggs, dozen 40c
' Sugar sales limited to two pounds in
Salem end 5 pounds to rural purchas
ers. For canning tturnoses 25 lbs at
Portland, Or.,. June 25,--Buttet, eity
Kgg,s, selected local ex. 3840e
Cheese triplet 2526e
Dally LlTestoclt Market
. Tone of market steady unchanged
Prime steers $1213
Choice to good steers $11(7112
Medium to pood steers $!)10
Fair to medium steers Sfo,9
Common to fair steers $o(S8
Choico cows and heifers $8 50(a9
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifen
Canncrs $3(?b4 50
Stackers and feeders $7 9
Tone of market steady unchanged
Prime mix&d $16.60; 16.75
. Medium mixed $16.45(&16.60
Rough beavies $15.6015.73
Tone of market steady unchanged
East of mountain lambs $14(a 14.50
Valley lambs $i2.50(al3
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TOpIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER IEET-WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
Salem Electria Co., Masonio Temple,' 127 North High,
DB. F. I UTTER, DENTIST, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 608. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
TI108, K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND R. W, WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialized In
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 TJ. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Res.
IRRIGATION FOB 1918 '
For the purpose of' trying to maks
the Irrigation service more satisfac
tory the city will be divided into two
districts so that each district will got
the full service of the plant upon the
day it irrigates.
The plan is to have the houses which
bear even numbers on the streets irri
gate only en Motnday, Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday, and the houses which
bear odd numbers on the streets irri
gate only on Tuesday, Thursday, Sat
urday and Sunday. This plan will per
mit every house to irrigate four days
out of each week.
The purpose of the Water company
in furnishing water for Irrigation is
not to furniah all the water a person
can run through the hose in the six
irrigation hours every day, but to furn
ish enough water to keep the lawn in
condition. To use more than enough il
a waste. We will pump the usual
amount of water and hope to furnish
it mors sabutfactorily-Salem Water,
Light Power Co. tf
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Oregon Slate Highway commis
sion will receive proposals at 1301
Ycon Building. Portland, Oregon, at
11 a. m. Tuesday, June 23th, .1918, for
eighteen miles of hardsurfacing on the
Pacific highway between Salem and
Aurora, in Marion county.
The work will be let in two units of
7.35 miles and 10.65. miles, respective
ly. Bids will bo received on all types
For full particulars, kindly call at
room 303 Capitol building, office of
the state highway engineer, Salcus
where spec'fiVations And all details
oi&y be seen.
No guarantee of workmanship, ma
terial or maintenance bonds will be
required end a special price of $2 per
bbl. f. o. b. Oswego will be made on
the purchasing of cement.
State Highway Commission of Oregon
B. Benson, Chairman,
W. L. Thompson, Commissioner.
. R. A. Booth, Commissioner.
Attest: Herbert Nunn,
taite Highway Engineer. -Salem,
Oregon, June 13, 1918 6 25
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
MoComack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresea, O. C. W, B. Oil
son, K. R. & 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp No. S246.meets
very Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, eorner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C.j J. A.
Wright, clerk. -
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tills on,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to tha secretary for investi
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214, Court St-,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1419 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A.; O. A, Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owens street.
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
FOR RENT Business location at .102
north Commercial, will remodel to
suit tenant. Sue E. M. Klinger, 463
Stato street, Salem. tf
BILLIARD PARLOR for Tent, witl. )r
without fixtures; will nemodol to
suit tenant; best location in city, E.
M. Klinger, 463 Stato street, Sa
at the mixing pliant, also use ot flush
coat bitumen and stone spreading ma
chines. Tho price mentioned theroin
for BitulithiG pavement mixture and
flush coat composition, stone chips and
use of maxWnes will include a license
to use alt the patents required in' the
cofiHtrut-tion of the ISitiilithic pave
ment as herein specified.
The filing of a bid under Bitulithic
specifications will bo construed as an
aciceptance of the terms of the license
agreement filed by the Warren Broth
ers Company, at the price fixed in
said agreements which are on file
with the stato highway engineer, 6-23
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all .
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and sess-
pools cleaned. Office phons Main
2247. Residence Main 227a.
STOVES EEBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence. ...
Sixes 8 to 68 in. high. - . .
' Paints, oil and varnish, st, ".
Loganberry and hop hooka J v
Salom Fence and Stove Works, 859
Court street. Phone 124. . . .
THB FIXIT SHOP Let us repair an4
sharpen your lawa mowers. Xttl
Ootirt. Phone 1028. . . ti
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offie
corner Commercial and Trado streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
FOR SALB .Five aeres with good
house, barn and out buildings, feae .
ed, cross fenced and most of ts
ground seeded,' good water from
pump, fruit for family use; on
good Toad H miles from city Kn
its and car line. Square Deal Real"
ty Company, TJ. S. bank building.
ATTENTION OF CONTRACTORS
Warren Brothers Company, owners
of tho patents used in the construction
of Bitulithic pavements, have filed in
the office of state highway engineer
at Salom, Oregon, a properly executed
binding agreement to furnish any con
tractor desiring to bid on the hard sur
face improvements ordered by the
State Highway commission, proposals
to be received on June 25th, 1918, all
the neceesary Ilitulithie surface mater
ials, mixed ready for use, and bitumin
ous flush coating cement and stone
chips for bating the wearing surface,
delivered on wagons of the contractor
TRY JOURNAL WTO ADS
CALL FOR IMPROVEMENT BONDS
Of the City of Salem, Oregon
Notice is hereby given that on July
1, 1918, thnre will be money on hand
and applicable to the payment of the
following improvement tonus or issue
"O," Numbers 91 to 130, bath, iuclus-
Holders of these bonds will present
thorn for payment at the office of the
city treasurer as interest will cease af
ter June 30, 1918.
C. O. K1UU,
June 10-17-24 City-Treasurer.
(In effect June second)
308 ACRES 1 mile from station, 290
cultivated, 18 pasture, modern, new
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, SO acres
clover, annual income $8500. Pries
100' per acre, . '
280 acres, 233 cultivated, 80 pas
ture, 1 miles from station, fair imr '
, proveiments; price $73 per acre.
60 acres bottom, 30 cultivated, 30
st.unip pasture, 8 miles of town, ex
change for valley farm elsewhere;
prie $9000. .-... ,
90 acres, 60 cultivated, 25 iu fruit,
30 timber and stump pasture, fair
improvements, S miles from Salem,
will exchange for southern Oregon,
will assume; price $13,000.
29Q acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good improve
incuts, wsnt unincumbered ranch
closo to Salem not over $13,000;
320 acres Alta, Canada, exchange
for valley ranch or Salem residence
not over $6000.
330 acres Lake county, Oregon, inn
proved, exchange for valley ranen,
not ovor $5000.
10 acres with modern 7 room house
4 blocks of Salem car line, exchange
'for $2000 residence and mortgage
for difference; pries $4650. Booolof
Bky, 341 State St. 7-15
40 Wy frt Ar Salem . ..2:30pja,
fraia Leave Arrive Arrive
f 'Portland Salem Eugensx
1 ... 6:30 am 8:35 am 10:60 an
J Ltd 8:30 am 10:11am 12:25 pag
i - 10:45 am 12:50 pm
9 1:05 pnt 4:15 pm 6:35 pn
13 Ltd..... 4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:50 pi
i i r 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19. 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
II 11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:00 a
North Bank Station (leave Jefferson.
Street IS and 20 dinutes later)
SALEM- OEER LINE
No, 73 Arrive at 8alem 9:10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem ... ...3:00 p.m.
IALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTERN
161 Lv Salem, motor..... 7:50 a.m.
163 Lv Calem, motor 9:35 am.
105 Lv Salem, motor ..........l:40p.m
Throagh car to Monmouth and Arlit
167 Lv Salem, motor . . 4:15 p.m.
109 Lv Salem, motor . 5:58 p.m.
239 Wy ft. Lv Salom. 5:00 a.m.
102 Ar at Salem . 9:10 a.m
164 Ar. at Salem 11:00 a.m.
160 Ar at Salem . 3O0p.m
168 Ar at Salem 5:35 p.m.
170 Ar at Salem 7:20 p.m.
12:Clam 4:35 am
14 11:20 am
i0 ltd 1:55 pm
M "4 :10 pm
22 1.25 pm 7:55 pm
xNorth Bank Station (Arrive Jefferson
Street 15 minutes earlier) Leave Cor-
Leave Corvallls Arrive Salem
8:25 am..Norttbound....:45 am
12:12 pm..NorthbounL.l:50 am
2:41 pm.Northb3und....4:00 pm
4:10 pm.Northbound-...5:30 pm
8:18 pm..Nornbound..7:55 pm :
8:35 am..8outhbound..9:57 aa
10:15 am....Southbonnd-ll:33 am
J2:50 pm....Southbo md ...9. 9ji pm
4:15 pm....Southbound....5:40 pm
0:40 pmSonthbound8:00 pm