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1 Willamette Valley News
Held at Sublimity
(Capital Journal Spceinl Seivioc)
Stayton, Or.,-' July 10. Sunday; was
tig day for the people of. Sublimity,
there being hold in that place a con
vention of Catholics; delegates - being
present from different parts of tlw state
to the number of nearly 300. There was
a large crowd of people in attendance.
Addresses were delivered by the Rt
liev. Abbott of Mt. Angel, Key. Father
Larity, of Spokane, and other promin
ent churchmen. The Mt. Angel band was
present and furnished some .excellent
iniisie and altogether the day was one
of much interest and ploasure to those
Next Sunday the Catholic Foresters
of Stayton will hold thoir service flag
dedication exorcises, on the church
grounds in this city. They will be held
in the afternoon, and it is expected that
Ihe Mt. Augel baud will furnish music.
The Stayton bakery is expected to
chango hands the first of the week, C.
K. Kramer, of Molalla, having arranged
to exchnngo his bakery in that place
to Win. Trout for his bakery in Stayton.
Mr. Kramer was formerly located h.'.'re
and is anxious to return.
Gilbert Hamnian is visiting friends
The joint celebration of tl'O Fourth by
Mehaina and Lyons at the former placo
potted the Lyona-Mohama K."d Cross
auxiliaries something over $900.
Numerous loud crashes of thunder in
this neighborhood Tuesday morning at
an early hour caused some of pur doz
ing inhabitants to imagine that the subs
of the kniser wore running up the San
tiam. As an indicntion of rain it prov
ed a faHo alarm, but as a demonstration
of an electrical disturbance above, it
was a success, as if was the heaviest
heard in this placo in years.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Miller left Mon
day morning for Kerry, Oregon, where
Mr. Miller is employed by the Ham
mond company. They expect to temain
two or three months.
liev. Warren and family nro occupy
ing the Cora Hvndershott house while
the parsonage is being repaired.
Chas. Taylor and family, of Dc"p
Biver, Wash., are visiting at the home
of his mother, Mrs. James Taylor and
with other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tarry, and sou
Dixon, of Junction City ,nre visiting nt
the E. P. Alexander home. Mr. Parry
lias leased his newspaper, tin Junction
City Times, to L. W. Charles, formerly
publisher of the Siio News, and will
leave soon for Portland, whore ho will
Mrs. W. E. Thomas, of Salem, has
lk?eu vi iting in town for several days.
Dr. J. W. Thomas, of Seattle, is visit
ing at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Chas. Thomas, east of town.
Hon Walter M. Pierce, of La Grande,
democratic candidate for governor will
deliver an address to the people ti
Stayton and vicinity at the Stayton
opera house, Monday evening, July 15th.
on war issues. Mr. Pierce is ono of the
state's best orators and his address,
which will be free, will be well worth
hearing. Hhas a son "somewhere, in
Calvin Brackiri left Monday for As
toria, where he has employment.
Mrs. T. W. Creech is attending sum
mer school at Monmouth.
North Howell News I
(Capital Journal Sfiecial Service)
North Huwcll, July 10. A large num
lxr of North Hww'ell folks attended
Ihe funeral services of Dennis Diitton
f Parkersville, which were hold Sun
lay at the Warier farm where he and
Ais wife made their home; she was
Miss Barbara Wattier before their
marriage twa years ago; before that
time ho hail lived in Missouri, where
his j5arens now reside. Although liv
ing hero aearrely two years he had
won the respect, and admiration of all
who knew hira. The services were n
Aw ed by Rot. Morhel, pastor Tjf the
tlervais Prewbyterian ehunh, and in
ierment in the Gervais cemetery.
Mrs. Wm. Odvlie and children are
lakirs? their vacation in the ' berry
A large Tumiher of our citizens ac
companied Andrew Russ to Woodiburn
IPriifay where he entrained for Camp
JHiis; we join with them in wishing
likn God speed.
North Howell "celebrated" in Sil
verton wVh one or two exceptions,
very one and his family and auto
jninui the dog, were there.
DO YOU KNOW WHY -
Mr. aud Mrs. J. E. Waltman loft
Monday for a trip to the coast.
Mrs. Clayborno Steele aud daughter
Cecil, returned from Salem Monday,
whore little Cecil has been having
treatment for her throat.
. Mimes Kdther SS-rlvirf and Agnes
Jefferson wore calling on Maude Beer
Sunday p. m. . ' :
l Mr jiinl 1 rj- Tlina Ttimm -e,-o i-nll-
ing on fniends in Brooks Sunday p. m-
I. A fow from North Howell attended
rtihe ,yfcnio. at St. Paul Sunday; they ro
port a fine time. The ball gamo be
tween Mt. Angel and St. Paul was won
toy Mt. Angel, P. N. Smith was mana
ger for Itho winning team. Over $200
was raised for the bencifit of the lied
Cross. " . ' '
Cattle Market Regains
AH Lost Strength
North- Portland, July 9 Practical
ly all the loss sustained in tho cattle
division' a week ago has been restored.
A new record for grass cattle at this
time of tho year was made, yesterday,
smo 1200 pound steers crossed tho
seak's a $13.10. The reeitptsof cattle
to dav are 150 head making a, total
of 2000 head for the week to date.
t'n1 : . nrl.,. .ALifrwif inn nnn thfl
I V CTilL IB llirt uiiwvi uiaim nun cu..
! prices arc talking all ofiferiugs at the
JNortn i"oru,ana market at tuo niguest
prices on iwcord, ume 170 to 200 pound
calves 'soldi yestenlay at $11.50 per
hundred. yuo"tahiins are: Prime Bteers
$12-13; good to choice steors $11-12;
medium, to good steers. ,$!)-10; fair to
medium steers $8 9; common" to fair
steers $3-8; choice cows and heifers
$8.50-9; medium tk goad cows and heif
ers $0-7.60; fair to medium cows and
heifers $1.50-5.50; fanners $3-4.50;
'bulls $13-8; calves $3.50-11-50; stockers
and feeders $7-9.
' Hog receipts yesterday 1100, today
450 of good to ciioicio stuff, yesterdays
gain in price is fully maintained' to
day at (following quotations; Prime
mixed $17-17.50; medium mixed $16.75
17.25; rough heavies $16-16.50; pigs
$15.75 10.25; (bulk $17-17.25.
Sheep roceipts yesterday 32u0, with
a light run today prices are fully
steady at quotations. East of tlie moun
tain lambs $13-13.50; valley lambs
$12-12.75; yearlings $8-950; wethers
$7.50-8.50; ewes $5-7.50.
STORY OF AMERICANS
, (Continued from page one)
mile south of Hill 142). They spent the
! day and part of the night there, under
j orders to proceed to a point near Hill
1 133 (a mile cast and slightly north of
Hill 142), northeast of the Lucy-Torcy
The situation in the big ravine ana
wheat field facing them looked suspi
cious and a reconnoitering platoon,
headed by the colonel himsalf, went out!
to investigate. Ihey got within tive
ctghts of a mile of the town of Torcy
j (half a mile l orthwest of Hill Uo)
j when a blast from a rifle and machine
(gun bullets wero turned loose on them
from the left. Some dead ana wounaea
was the result. They dropped flat upon
the road and immediately heard bullets
flying overhead and plowing up the
ground. These came from tho right,
where the Germans were suspected of
being, but the first shower from the left
could only hav. come from America!
troops. A private from the reconnoiter
ing platoon ran straight across t the
American position and stopped their fir
ing. He fund tho (deleted) regiment
j Meantime, anoth.or platoon had sallied
forth to the aid of the men i,n the road,
i just as the Germans on the right at
tacked across the field. The Germans
were beaten off and the rconnoiterers j
returned to thoir position. They relieved j
a battalion or taeir own Drigaue which
I had been eaught in a when! field while
attacking the day before and practically
I wiped out. This wag when the discovery
was first made of the Germans filling
. the wheat fields thereabouts with ma
' Tho night wag spent in holding off
German attacks. The next day, June 7,
they underwent heavy shelling and the
following day and night wero continual
ly being swept by machine gun fire and
ono pounders. The might of the eighth
they were told they would attack the
; V Annisyie News ::
(Capital Jonraal Speeial Service) -Aumavitle,'
Or, July 10. Herman
Walt and wife spent the week end with
relatives. Mr, Walt is employed as en
gineer in the spruce camps in Washing
Miss Florence Clark of Los Angeles
arrived last week to visit indefinitely
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. IfEDXESDAY, JULY 10 ,1918.
- - Women Say Mao Are
with her sister, Mrs. V. C. Anderson.
They are spending the week with their
father, A. E. Clark at Aberdeen, Wash
ington . Chas. Kansom and family aud Miss
Thelma Fritz of The Dallog returned
Saturday from a ten days hunting and
fishing "trip to the head of the Willam
ette river, . ' U
Mrs. Stella Hopflich, who has b?en
visiting her auut Mrs, Wm. Stayer of
this city, returned to her home in Port
land, Sunday. '. :
Miss Opal Phillips, who was recently
operated on at Good Samaritan hospital
is reported as improving rapidly and
hopes soon to be" able to walk again.
She reeeiwd-injurieg from a fall about
two years ago, rendering one of her
limbs' useless, and if the recent oper
ation is successful she will be able to
walk without the aid of a crutch again.
Chas. F, H.-in today purchased a largo
Molinc tractor engine and plow for use
on his farms near this city. Mr. Hein
was pleased with tho domonstrators
work and thinks ho has taken a step
in solving the labor situation, as his
machine will do tho work of many men
S. T. Eastburn and family of Alpine
sp'int tho week end in tho city, with
O. E. Darby, who is located at Lostinc
was attending to business matters in the
city several days last week.
Mrs. F. W. Speer and daughters, Floy
aud Alda, and Will Bojl of Alameda
California, are visiting relativ.es in this
citv, this week.
Mrs. Elizabeth K-rkpatrick has as her
guests her daughter, Mrs. Clara Pratt
who has been teaching primary depart
ment of Stayton Schools and Mrs. Stel
la Seely and son Loyd of Astoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bleakney movfld
to St. Johns last week, whero they will
make their future hume. :
Fred Albni one of "our boys" came
down from Camp Lewis to spend the
week ,ond with his parents. Mr.' and
Mrs. A. Albtis of this city.
Mrs, -A. P. Spoor went to Portland
last Thursday to accompany her sister-in-law,
Mrs. M. H. Speer, who has been
in the hospital the past month, to her
home in Albany, returning homo Friday.
YANKEE AVIATOR ESCAPES.
Paris, July 10. Evcr.;tt F. Buckley,
of Kilbountc, 111., American aviator
who was captured near Verdun "ten
months ago, has escaped into Switzer
land,. after five unsuccessful attempts,
according to information received here
(Continued from page one)
into Germany to kill the kaiser, Luden
dorff, Uindenburg and Kuehlmanu.
This plot appeared so improbablo at
the time I first heard of it, that it
seemed but tho wildest of dreams aud
does yet. But Mitbach has been killed.
Closely identified with this plot aio
said to have been M. Kamkoff, M. Kare
lin, M. Steinberg aud Mme Spiiidonova
all leaders of the social revolutionaries
of the Left.
Kamkoff, in a recent conversation
wth bolshevik leaders, was warned to
quit his agitation against Premier Len
lae. "We arc prepared to finish you be
fore vou touch us," Kamkoff is quoted
Members of the Left iusidfl tho gov
ern n cut have learned of a definite al
lia' ce between the bolshevik! and Ger
many against internal opposition and
The defense of Ihe bolsheviki by Ger
man newspapers in conneetiou with Mir
bach's murder ted to prove such an
A concrete union of both the Rightcrs
and tho Letters with the Menshoviki
against the bolsheviki is no to be ex
pected. Eersnsky 's visit to Count Isvolsk In
Paris has ercitcd a stirring attack on
tho former premier in Russian newspa
pers. They dcuiand to know in who
name Keren:,ky is acting abroad. Ker
einky is not taken seriously in Russia
and is discredited in all political camps.
Allies Support Bed Guards.
London, July 10. Mui-sian newspa
pers received here today published de
tails of allied activities on the Murman
According to the newspapers, a de
tachment of British marines and light
infantry landed, at Murmansk, whore
two British and one French wawhip
and sevoral British trawlers are anchor
ed. The landing party, operating with
an armored train, id supporting the red
guards against the Finnish Whit; Guard
and the Germans,'
Washington, July 10. Czecho-Slovaks
have captured Nikolask an important
railway junction near Vladivostok, the
state department was officially inform
ed todar. The capture was effected af
ter a lively fight with combined forces
HAIR OFTEN RUINED .
BY WASHING- WITH SOAP
Soap should te ued very carefully,
if you warut to keep you hair looking
its beat. Most soaips and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the eealp, makes the hair brittle,
and ruins it.
The ibest thing for steady use is just
ordinary mulsified cocioanut oil (which
is pure aud greasieless), aud is better
than the anost expensive soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teapoonsfuls will cleanse
tho hair and scalip thoroughly. Simply
moisten tho hair with water aud rub it
in. It ninkea an abundance of rich,
creamy "lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every partiele of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The hftir
dries quickly and venly, and it leaves
the scalp floft, ami the hair fine and
silky, brighlt, lustrous, fluffy and easy
You nan get mulsified cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and
a few ounces will supply every member
of tho (family for month.
of the Red Guard ped armed German
and Hungarian prisoners equipped with
an armored train and artillery.
The Cr.ichs captured 600-Hungarian
prisoners. The Red Guard and their Gor
man allies retreated toward Habarozsk
taking much of their equipment with
them. Their foroes filled eight trains,
according to the report. The Czechs lost
forty killed and 200 wounded in the
fighting around 'ftlkolsk, which is
eighty miles northwest of Vladivostok.
Tho population of Nikolsk is friend
ly to the Czecho-Slovaks and is help
ing repair roads around tho city which
were torn up in tho. fighting.
The bolsheviki 6avo hanged several
city officials and railway employes for
refusing to assist them, the cables stat
ed. TO CHRONIC
You can eait what you like if you
'take Bi-nosla. Make this tesf: Eat a
hearty meal of the good things thah
usually disagree with you, then tako
two or three Bi-nesia Tablets. IP you
aren't astouished and delighted . you
'can hfl vo your money back for the ask
'ing. Get a 50c bottle today from any
'good drug;.yt; use as directed, and
vou will soon bo telling your friends
'how you got rid1 of indigestion. Remain
fte the name Bi-nesia the indigestion
remedy that costs nothing if it fails.
Wheat, soft white fl.851.87
Wheat, red 1.85
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats. ,. 8085c
Barlov. ton .. $56
Shor.ts, per ton $38
Hay, choat. new .. $20
Hay, votch, new . $20
Hay clover, now L $20
Dxy white -beans ..... 77Vie
Butterfat - 48c
Creamery butter .,'........ 49c
fork; Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 15 3-4(o 16c
Veal, fancy 1313e
Cows ..-.. : .: 4oyi.c
Spring lanibg ... 10c
Kwes . 4fo;Oc
Lambs, yearlings 6(a;7c
Eggs ana rota try
Eggs, r&?h ,. . 3Se
Ejrjjs, trade 63Sc
Turkeys, livo, No. 1 - 2123c
Hens, dressed, pound ...... 30e
Old roosters 1516c
Broilers, live 2225c
Hens, pound 21e
Potatoes, old 75e
1'otatoes, now 4c
California red onions t'i
Onions, green. 0i
Onions, Bermuda $2
Oniona, Yellow Danver, Calif $2.25
jCabbage 3ft 4c
uarrots . zc
Tomatoes, crate 165
Beets . iW
Cantaloupes - - . $3.75
Watermelons , 4c
Peaches, urate ..........-... $1.25
Oranges '. 7.75f8
Grape fruit, California .. $4 50
Lemons, boi t $10(&11
Bananaa - 9c
Dromedary dates $6
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. 1
QUICK REFERENCE TO
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEEME RECOMMEND
felm Electrio Co;, Masonic Temple,
DB. F. I TJTTEB, DENTIST, ROOMS
413-411 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Orer Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. 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 605-308 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Res.
A SACRIFICE SALfi Strictly mod
ern,, five room bungalow, gas, elec
tricity, half cemont basement, sta
tionary tubs, roomy lot, paved street,
all paid, and garage. Ore block from
street car line. Price $1600; $800
will handle it. Square Deal Realty
Co., U. 8. Nat. Bank bldg. Phone
IP ITS REALTY or a business, you
will sell quicker, buy better, trade
easier thru our system of buying
and selling without commission. Up-and-doing
people everywhere use our
July booklet to save time and money
Call' or write Oregon Realty Ex
change Inv, Co., Inc.,. 28 Broyman
Bldg., Salem Ore., Eugene, Portland,
San Francisco. 8-2
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycJleg gums, riflus, revolvers, suit
case?, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phono 493. 8-3.
Creamery butter 55c
Flour, hard wheat $2.85W3.1U
Country butter ..... . 45c
Eggs, dozen 45c
Sugar snleg limited to two pounds in
Salem end 5 pounds to rural purchas
ers. For canning purposes 25 lbs at
Portland, Or., July 10. liuttor, city
Egps, ele'ted local ex. 43o
Cheose triplets 25('i2(lc
Dally Livestock Market
Receipts 211 ,
Tono of market steady, unchanged
Prime steers $1213
Choice to good stuers $11(0)12
Medium to good stcerg $910
I'air to medium steers $8to9
Common to fair steers $5(58
Choice eows end heifers $8-50(59
Medium to good eows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifen
tinners $34 S0
Stockers and feeders $7(29
Tone of market a'eadv, unchanged
Prime mixed $1 7.35(017.0.1
Medium mixed- $17.15(17.50 -Rough
heavie $10.33(a 10.05
Tono of market steady
East of mountain lambs $1414.0
Valley lamb, $12.003!l3
BT f ISHEB
FIRMS THAT WYE SERYICE
127 North High
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. E. Andresen, C. C. W. B: Gil
son, K. R. 4 S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Csdar Camp No. 5246,meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High atreets. B.-T. Day, V. C.j J. A.
Wright, clerk. , .
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Loa Tillian,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
" Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meet every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St-,
, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, rocor
' der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No 84, meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. in I. O. O. F.
; hall. Norma L. TerwUliger, M. A.;
. C. A. Vifabert, secretary, 340 Ow
ens atreet. ''..'-
FOR RENT Business location at .162
north Commcial, will remodel to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
, State street, Salom. tf
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, with )r
without fixtures; will remodel to
suit tenant; best location in city. 12.
M. Klinger, 463 State . street, Sa
lem. . tf
WRITTEN ON THE WALL
Th handwriting is plain. Don't
Ignore it. Free book of instructions
pn canning and drying may ba bad
from the National War Garden Com
million, Washington, D. C, for tvO
cents to pay postage.
(In effect June second)
SALEM- GEER LINE
"No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave balem 3:00 p.m.
ALEM, FALLS CITY WESTERN
161 Lv SiJern, motor.. 7:50 a.m
103 Lv r,alem, motor 35 am
106 Lv Salem, motor ... 1:40 p. m
Through car to Monmouth and Arlii
107 Lv Salem, motor ..4:15 p.m
169 Lv Salem, motor 5:58 p.m
239 Wy frt. Lv Salem 5:00 a.m.
102 Ar at Salem
164 Ar. at Salem .......
ISO Ar.at Salem
108 Ar at Salem
170 Ar at Salem
240 Wy frt Ar Salem
Train Leave Arrive Arrivi
get 'Portland Salem Eugene
1 " 6:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 arc
6 Ltd 8:30 am 10:11am 12:25 pn
f 10:45 am 12:50 pm
' 2:05 pm 4:15 pm 8:35 pm
18 Ltd. 4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:50 pn
17 0:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19 ,. .. 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem onlj
B 11:45 pm 1:55 am 0:60 am
ON SHORT NOTICE
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soot
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and e ess
pools eleaned. Office phone 'Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
SO years experience. Depot, National
aud American fence.
Sizes 26 to 68 in. high. -
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence end Stove Works, 251
Court street. Phone 124.
THE FIZIT SHOP Let He repair aa
sharpen your lawn mowers, sol
Oourt. Phone 1022. tt
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offies
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
308 ACRES 1 mile from station, 299
cultivated, is pasture, modern, new
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, 60 acres
clover, annual income $8500. Pries
$100 per acre;,
80 acres, 235 cultivated, 80 pas
ture, li milos from station, fajr in
proveiments; price $75 per acre.
60 acres bottom,' 30 cultivated, 39
Stump pnsture, 2 miles of town, ex
change for valley farm elsowhere;
price $9000. ,
90 at res, 60 cultivated, '25 in fruit,
30 timber and stump pasture, fait
improvements, 6 miles from Salem,
will exchango for southern Oregon,
will assume; price $13,000.
2uu acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good improve"
meats, want unincumbered ranch
close 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, im
proved, exchange for-, wlloy ranch,
not over $5000.
.10 acres wilh modern 7 roomjionss
4 blocks of Salom car Una, exchange
for $2000 residence and mortgage
for difference; price $4650. Sooolof
sky, 341 State St. . 7-1S
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
casts, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
'North Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Btreet IS and 20 minutes later)
Train Leave) Artvc
No. Eugene Salem '
9 12:05 am 4:35 am
( 7:15 am
10 Ltd 7:35am 9:45 am
12 1 1120 lin
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8:25 am..Northbound....9:45 am
12:12 pnv...Northbound....l:50 am
2:41 pnli..Northb3und....4:00 pm
4:10 pm Northbound.... 5:30 pm
0:18 pm..Nortibouud....7:55 pm
8:35 am....Routhlound....9:57 am
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