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(From Tburadars Pally.)
Loyetta Lee, ot Hereford, la In
. C. Drown li spending the week
In Denw.
John Hutson. ot Canyon, waa here
on buslaesa today. ,
Jrk 6rott ' UD rnj Canyon Jor
a day or two on a visit.
Q. D. Murphy lf t last ntgbt or a
pleasure trip to leaver.
D. V. i'elton. of Happy, la la Am
rlllo vtaltor thi-so days.
Jim Laoler, of Channlng. was In
today ot cattle business.
A. T. Culhortson. of Hlgglni, la
leelDg la Amarlllo frlenda.
Joaepb Frailer, of (.'banning,
registered at tbo Elmhlrst.
Lindsay Nunn la spending tba day
at Canadian on fcuslneas.
Mla J'e,rl I'ulllan left yesterday
far a tlflt to Atlanta, Iowa.
L. B. fiweet of Fayette, Ark., la In
Amanita looking for location.
Mra. J. 8. Littln returned last nlgbt
from visit to Oklahoma City.
Dr. J. W. lllcka, of Hereford,
pent ta day her on huslness.
HI Olios and James K. May, ot
Vega, are here on buslneas today,
Jobn Koaller leaee today for New
York oi a bualnena and pleasure trip.
Georg Healer made a business
trip tfi fanbandle City tbis afternoon.
CharfJ Tolleaon and family bays
ret ur net from a vlatt to Ditesvlilo,
Mlsa Daisy Parldeon, of Buffalo,
N. Y.. I tlalUng Mlsa Cicely Shirley
Alvtn White returned today from a
visit with the home folka In East
A. F. Email la enjoying a vlalt
from hla sister, Mlsa Small, of Fort
Mra. Crey, of Tarls, la hero on a
visit to Mra. Tom L. Miller on Tyler
at reel,
M. 8. McCracken of Wlnfleld, Kan.
la prospecting In tba Amarlllo
A. D. fioodenough, railroad pro
moter of Hereford. Is visiting Ama
rlllo friends.
Mrs. W. I. Cooper left yesterday
for Marlow, Okla., to spend a few
days with relatives.
Mrs. Flnley Weldon and rhildron.
of Howie, oip vlMtlug the family of
James A. (in ham.
R. A. Meyert, of Hereford, regis
tered at the Amarlllo hotel yesier
day evening.
Colonel J. W. Cbllders, of Texlro,
Is In town, guest of hla brother-in-law.
Z. Z. Savage.
Mrs, II. W. Duren and daughter
have rt turned from a seven weeka
visit In Corsleann.
Lyman McDonald aud Jim Left
wlch lert yesterday for a horseback
trip to Texlco, X. M.
Kd Kirk returned today to Cana
dian after having spent two weeks
with hla family here.
Mra. J. K. Scanlin and daughter
left last night for Chicago where
they will spend tb0 fall.
A. V. Mlnchew, of Denver, Is hero
tor a visit to old frlenda wbllo en
joying a two weeks vacation.
' D. A. Llnthlcuni, president of the
Texlco Ice, Light & Cold Ktorago Co.,
la reglsered at the Amarlllo.
L. (C. Cooper arrived yesterday
from, hla home lu Hot Springs, Ark.,
lor a visit to relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Crittenden
will leave for Cloudcroft, N. M., to
morrow for a few wecka rest.
J. 0. Anthony and wife, of Fori
Worth, are vlultlng tho family of
Harry McDovald for a few days.
Mra. Bessie Ilankina leaves tonight
for her homo at Bowie after a two
week'a visit with relatives here.
Misses Lllla and Ge rtTude Lowndeg
are spending the week at Heroford
with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fuqua.
Mrs, Burnell, of Bowie, Is here to
day en route to Canyon where she
will visit her sinter, Mrs. Burnett.
Dallas Rowe, of McKlnney, stop
ped over In Amarlllo today vo route
to Hereford on a prospecting tour.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Gist left yes
terday for Memphis where Mr. Gist
contemplates engaging In business.
Mr. and Mra. T. B. Zellner have
gone to Wichita Falls for a two
weeks visit with friends and rela
tives. Dr. T. J. Wsgley and brother,
Hubbard, of Cleburne, are here for a
few days on business and pleasure
F. W. Rhodes representing the 'II
llnoli Postal Card company of Chi
cago, la In town attending to hla
Mr, and Mrs. H. B. Sanborn re
turned last night from a visit to Mr.
Sanhorn'a mother In northern New
Rev. E. L. fipurloclr, business man
ager of the Kldd-Kiy college at Sher
man Is here In he Interests of his
Judgn J. F. i-jx"U, of Tucumcarl.
psssed through her today on bis
uy to Arktnsas, tils boinn of ear
lier jcars.
M. II Marks, of Covington, lenn.,
was a visitor In AutarlHe today. Mr.
Marks lit in route borne from a trip
to pen vcr.
Mell Armstrong, of Tasrosa, the
pnpuldr candidal (or sheriff of Old
ham fount), Is a buklufus vUltor la
the city today.
Mm. Hubert Hall and daughter of
Wichita Fallrt, are here for a vlalt
to Mrs. W. L. Ponder on south
Harrison street.
Miss Jor Jan, general organizer for
Ui G. W. II. M. In Texas, Is here
tor a day or two in the interest of
that organization.
Mra. V, Kdna HeiibO'i, of lanvon
City, stopped over in Amarlllo on her
return borne from a visit to Matador
and Dliki-ij City,
Mrs. Suu Walker, of Paris, an4
Mrs. C O. Berry, of Vlnrtta. Okla ,
are here for a visit to Mrs. A. L.
Daily at Kid Taylor.
J. T. and Gary Hirgrove, of Sul
phur, Okla., are here for u visit to
their hroiher, J. H. Hargrove, of Har
rl & Harniovft g.-orory.
Joe Matthew, representing Riff
btlx Dry Goods (ompany, of Kt. Louis,
has arrived with hla family and will
make Amarlllo hla futute home.
Mrs. Charlea Armstrong of rtd 5
Van Huren street Rave tin h to a fina
baby jrjrl yesterday morning. Both
mother nnd child sre doing wrll.(
Mrs. Baldwin, of Oklahoma City,
stopped over yesterday with the fam
ily of Ben 12. Smith. 3.1o is en route
to Tulla for a vlalt with lealllvea.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaffer, of the
I'lalnvlew Herald, stopped over In
Amarlllo while 0n their way to Clar
endon to attend the X. W. T. V. A.
Mebsra. Blvlns, Denitz & laaaca
have purchased a nev 7-pasHenKer
rope-Toleda autoinobllo to bo used
to take prospective, buy era to Famous
Heights Park lota.
D. Gllvln and J. 8. Nugent spent
yesterday with W. A. Newtln fifteen
wiles north of here and brought buck
an ear of corn thirteen Inches long
Iniildp. tne shurk.
R. R. Galbralth, of Tulla, Is here
looking round with a wise eye, ready
wit aud tnore ready currency to take
advantage of some of the greased-
vantages of this section.
J. M. Rockwell, president of the
Rockwell Lumber company at Hous
ton, is visiting with lumber men hot.
Mr. Rockwell will go from hre, to
Colorado for a few weeks outing.
Tbe Skinner & Gllcoat company
closed a contract ycbterday with tne
commissioners' court of Randall
county for the erection of a $33,oOO
rourthouse to be erected at Canyon
Miss Margaret Boulwer, late sten
ographer for Mayor Lon I). Maria,
has trannftrred her bualneHB abilities
to the Monarch Land company, her
place being temporarily filled by Mlsa
J. V. Potiinger hai Jiibt returned
from h pleasure trip to points In
I'-iflHl Texas. Mr. Pottlnper r?jcrts
crops fine, his millet and kafflr corn
being wiiltit Mali und watermelons
extra well developed.
H. R. Jack, representing milliard,
Spencer, Bartlett & Co., of Chicago,
is In town. He arrived Saturday
ami left his mark at the Uleiiwovd
traps with a score of tweenty-two
out of twenty-five.
Anions the many people investi
gating Aiuarillo's i lunatic virtues
and productive soils arc, lla Murph
of Miami, and C. H. Whlto of Plain-
view. Their optlnilailc vlewa are
J. W, Rogers, of Hereford, Texas,
has bought out the Flag hotel on
Buchanan Btreet and took possession
this morning. Consideration waa
$900. Dr. J. R. Wrathcr wn in
strumental in the deal being con
summated. Morris Isaacs, who has been vis
iting his brother Joe of "FamnuV
fame, will return to Cincinnati Wed
nesday with his 13-year old Bon. He
reports having hud a Rood time and
leaves with a kindly feeling for Ama
rlllo and her citizens.
Messrs. C. C. Chenoweth, W. A".
Askew and Howard Ferguson, and
Misses McDonald and Lambeth will
leave tonight for Corpus Chrlstr.
where they g0 to attend atate con
vention of tho Ep worth League as
delegates form Amarlllo.
W. B. Clayton, a railroad em
ploye, while coupling cars yeaterday.
by some means made a mlseuu and
smashed two fingers of hla right
hand, tinder the careful treameftt
admlnUterd by Dr. J. R. Wrather,
he, in all probability will retain the
use of his hand.
H. T. Canode yesterday put In his
order for one of the latest models
of Wincnesters made, .ind says hU
disparaging scores over the trap
does not discourage him. In fact
he's hopeful and declares there'll be
something do lot; before he's through.
Interest In the Amarlllo Gun
Club's operations are growing to such
an extnt mid there lo, on every oc
casion, mii h a crowd of ciitbuslaiitlc
non purtli lpiinf., thiit It bus been de
cided to ereit a grand fiand for their
neeoniiiiodHtloii. This wa commen
ted today and wh.'n completed will
beat 2of) people.
Colonel P. C. Undies of Klk Cltv,
who got married ymterLiy at the
I'imhiist wa the recipient of the big
gest bunches of rlie ld hoe mii
whatnots of any Individual that ever
attempted to tempt file. After ilio
ceremony lie wa t-erenaded with
gultiir, mandolin.-, trouilioncH. cor
neth, flddlen and ivery .ilinn,, rf In
strument thai ever found It way Into
a ni uii ica I catalog. And he's living
Wheat and (lain.
Wo are In the market for fifty
cars. Get our prles before selling.
Karly Grain & Hay Co., Amarlllo,
iexua. :'8 tfe
Spur Kami Iiiwl-.
The flrnt nf the fanioin Spur
Ranch farm lands in Dlilt'ns, Kent,
Crosby and (5ra Counties, Tex.i,
will gp on the nnrket August 1",
' This ranch i oniprlte .m.nnu acres
In extent, and embrace larce Iwllci
of the best nnd rlch-vt a k r 1 u 1 1 ural
iandh in U'rsi T. xa,. all lying under
.le breaks of the plain:; all cotton
producing, and absolutely fre0 from
boll weevil.
For further information urtdronK
Charles A. Jones, manager for S. M.
nenhon & Sons, Kspeul.i, Dickens
County, Texas. 30 4c
Notice nf Trustee Sale.
Whereas by virtue nf authority
vested In me b truster named and
appointed in a certain deed of trua't
recorded In volume 8, pages 257. 258
nnd 259. (led of trust records of
Potter Conn' m, executed and
delivered t I he lf.th day of
July, A. D. . A, R. Schooler,
T. F:. Schooler nnd L. K. Schooler for
better securing tbe payment of eight
certain prnmlsory notes of One Hun
dred Dollara each, more fully de
scribed In said deed of trust exernted
by the said A. R. Schooler, T. K.
Schooler and L. E. Schooler, payable
to the order of Charles L. Green at
Amarlllo, Texas, due 3, f. 9. 12, 15,
1, 21, and 2L months after dato
respectively, all bearing date of
July 1, 1907. bearing 10 per cent
Interest per annum from date until
paid; interest due and payable an
nually as It accrues, providing that
failure to pay either of said not
or any Installment of Interest there
on, when due, shall at the option of
them, mature each thereof, and In
them, mature eachthereof, and in
such event thP holder thereof may
proceed tn collect the same In the
sutiie manner aa If the full time pro
vided in said notes had expired, anfl
also providing for the payment of
The standing of contestants In the Daily Panhandle Popularity Con
at 0 o'clock last night wag as follows:
Annie Slade. Amarlllo 563723
Anna Maud Davidson, rlalnvlew 478475
Zona Slay, Groom 4 22785
Jennie Franklin, Amarlllo 365025
Bortba Altizcr, Jer:cho 1 609 S3
Mi as
Mi us
Bans llaney, Casyon tjiiy
Leora Britain, Amarlllo
Bettie Aust'.n, Amarlllo
Jennie Lee iiedrlck, .Amarlllo
Mrytle Ledford, Amarlllo
Leone Bricn, Auiarl'.lo
Ruth Rauor, Amarlllo
John Clary, Amarlllo
Mabel Atwoou. Amarlllo
Mayvlo Cornelius, Amarlllo
Jack Jonei, Amarlllo
Anlce Smith, Amarlllo
Annie Landis, Amarlllo
Mamie Walker, Amarlllo
Fannie Trolinger, Amarlllo
Irma Martin, Dalhart
Flossye Pope, Amarlllo
Mollle Dames, Tulla
Eva Blackwell, Atnarillo
Katie Root, Amarlllo
Fearl Thompson, McLean
Cocil Rcld. Amarlllo
Edna KlIHon, Amarlllo
Maggie Green. Amarlllo
Lettlo Cooley, Amarlllo
Jerry Crook, Amarlllo ,
Wllla Mae Mollard, Amarlllo
Dot Batson, Amarlllo
Sudlbel Warren, Hereford
Hazel Harmon. Amarlllo .
Lucy Elshop. Washburn
pansy Moore, Shamrock
Belle Nichols, Texlco
Susie Meaders, Stratford
Lulu Harrington. Dalhart
Fay Dodson, Clarendon
Gus Hollander. Amarlllo
Fern Demlck, Amarlllo
Emma Benjamin, Amarlllo
Ruth DeWItt, Amarlllo
in per cent additional on amount of
principal and inieicat men due a
attorney's fees If placed In th bands
of an attorney or collection: Given
In part payment for Lot Number
Twenty-three, of 11. A. Noble's sub
division of Block Number Two Hun
dred und Twenty-nine of the l'lein
ons addition to the town ot Ama
rlllo, Texas, AND WHEREAS, the
Mid Charles L. Green la the bolder
and owner of all of t.ald notes and
the fald A- R. Schooler, T. K. School
er and L. L. School r bv made
default in tne payniei t of the first
four of said noteB to become due, aa
well us I tie fli nt annual installment
of Interest on all of sa.d no',es; Tbo
first of said notes liavini; become
duH October ltli 190"; the at-cond
one of said nolea )iiviii( become due.
January Pith, IDOs . the third one
of said notes having become due
April Itith. JiHiS, and the fourth on
of said note aud the fi'l annual
installment of Intnest on all of them
having become din? July USth. 19ns.
ami lh" name ai now oast due and
unpaid, principal, inteie, and attor
ney'. fees by reaeon t hereof and as
piuvlde.l for each of said notes
and in said il'od of trust. 1 f! said
Charlea L. Green li:is dci laved eai h
of s.i hi notes and all of bald Indebt
edness Immediately due nnd mature
and has therefore so notified thi
iuld A. R. Schooler, L. K. Schooler
and T. K. Schooler In wilting; And.
Whereas, each of mid note are now"
past d'lp nnd unpaid, now ag'r;re;nt.
ins. principal, lntere,i snd attorney's
fee the sum of NINF. lll'NDRKD
Dollars ($!)!. "(M; And, Whercaa. I
have been rcqiieBted by tho said
Charles L. Green to enforce said
trust, I will offer for sale, between
the lesal hours thereof, to-wlt: Bo
ween thP hour of 10 O'clock a. ni.
and 4 o'clock p. in. at public auction
to the highest bidder, on the first
Tuesday In September, A. D. 1 90 S
(the same helng the first day of said
month) nt tho courthouse door in the
town of Amarlllo, In Potter County,
Texas, the following described prop
erty, to-wlt:
Lot Number Twenty-ihreo (23) of
H. A. .N'oble's sub division of BJoek
Number Two Hundred and Twenty
nine (229) of the Pleniona addition
to the town of Amarlllo, Potter
County. Texas, according to the re
corded plats of said addition and of
said Bub-dlvlolon, with at the rights,
membebrs and appurtenances thereto
Witness my hand this the 4th day
of August, A. D. 1908.
She Llkea Good Things.
Mrs. Cbas. E. Smith, of West
Franklin, Maine, says: "I liko good
things and have adopted Dr. King's
New Life Pills as our family laxative
medicine, because they are pood and
do their work without making a fuss
about It." Thesp painless purifiers
Bold at L. O. Thompson & Bro.'s drug
store. 25c.
267 25
e. 2110
1'or Sore Feet.
"I have found Bucklen'a Arnica
Salve to be the proper thing to use
for sore feet, as well as for beallng
burns, sores, ruts, and all manner
of Hbraflnns," writes Mr, W. Stone,
of East Poland, Maine. It Is the
proper thin to0 for pile. Try It!
Sold under guarantee at L. O.
Thompson & Co 'a drug store, 2Sc.
A Piano tit n Nominal Price.
Chicago's largest music house, Ly
on V llealy, announces a Triple
Oaring sale nf Pianos. Nearly one
thousand splendid Instruments are
olfered without reserve until all aro
sold. In this stock are all the fine
new Meblln, Hardman, Ivors & pond,
Smith ti Nixon ami other noted pia
no,, formerly owned by the Thompson
Music compuny, the llealy Music
company, and the blx F. (J. Thearle
I'lano companv. All thece concerns
were bought out for spot rash by
Lyon & Hculy and the public may
now share the advantage. In this
sale are also a number of Steinway
and Weber pianos. In upright pianos
nest Instruments at lion, it),
$140, fl'iO, $lfi5, lino, 2nn nd
upwards. This Is an unprecedented
opportunity that, will not occur
again. Any piano not proving en
tirely satisfactory may be returned
at their expense. Address Lyon $
llealy, 77 Adams street, Chicago.
Distance is no obstacle, for in pro
portion to tbe Having to he madf the
treiaht charges are insignificant.
.ny hanker will assure ou of the
entlr responsibility of Lyon & Hea!'
an"d their record of 4 4 years for hon
orable dealing. Write today so ss
to avoid disappointment.
WANTED Your trade. We have
bought adn coming In. 6.000 pairs
of shoes. Dry goods and notions,
clothing, ladies' and gents' furnlVh
Ings. Everything for the entire f-nn-lly.
Stock very large. New pood
will save you money. Grorr & Son's,
corner Fourth and Taylor. 1
Mngn for Rale.
Registered Toland China sows,
bred to registered Poland China hoar.
Why James Ie Got Well.
Everybody In Zanesvilln, o.. knows
Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route R. Sh
writes; "My husband, James I,ee,
firmly believeg he owes hla life to
the use of Dr. King's New Plscor?;-.
His lungs were so severely affect
ed that consumption seemed inevit
able, when a friend recommVifled
New Discovery. We tried It, and 113
use has restored him to perfect
health." Dr. Klng'g New Discovery
Is the King of throat and lung reme
dies. For roughs and colds It hns
no en,ua1. The first dose gives relief
Try It! Sold under guarantee at L.
O. Thompson & C'o.'s drug store. 50e
and $1. Trial bottle free.
The Italian government la to un
dertake the enormous task of drain
ing the Pontine marshes nt a cost
of $2,000,000. A certain amount of
hydro-electric, power will be avail
able. Kxcellent, Health Advice.
Mrs. M. M. Davis, of No. 3 7!) Glf
ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., gays: "Tbo
worth of Electric Hitters as a general
family remedy, for headache, bilious
ness and torpor of the liver and how
els is so pronounced tbat I am
prompted to say a word In Its faovr,
for the benefit of those seeking re
lief from such afflictions. There Is
more health for the digestive organs
In a bottle of Electric Bitters than
In any other remedy I know of." Sold
tinder guarantee at L. O. Thompson
& Co.'a drug store. BOc.
To all knowing sufferers of rheu
matism, whether muscular or of the
Joints, sciatica, lumbagos, backache,
pains In the kidneys or neuralgia"
pains, to wrlt0 to her for a homo
treatment which hns repeatedly cured
all of these tortures. She feels It her
duty to send it to all sufferers FREE.
You cure yourself at homo as thou
sands will testify no change of cli
mate being- necessary. This ah'iple
discovery banishes uric acid from the
blood loosens the stiffened Jolnt3.
purifies the blood, and brightens the
eyes, giving elasticity and tone' to
the whole system, if the above In
terests you, for proof address
Mrs, M. Summers, Box It, Norte
Dame, Ind.
Baby Morphine Fiends,
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain orum
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no Injurious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulness splendid for teeth
ing Infants.
Sold by L. O. Thompson & Co.
, Active- at 7.
This would be no unusual news if
men and women would keep them
selves fie from rheumatism and a!?
aches and pains as well aa keeping
their muacles and Joints Umber with
Ballard' Snow Liniment.
Sold by L. O. Thompson & Co.
Smokes F.lglity Veara, gull.
Pperlal to Dully Panhandle.
Chester, Pa, Aug. 5. After
smoking for eighty ears, A. W.
Cromwell, aged l, has decided that
use of the weed a had habit and
has thrown away hla pipes.
'I he ,H,iest Man In the World
would not lip contented to be kept in
the house and doing nothing by rheu
matism. Noltlior are you, who are
alwa.a busy and active. Then don't
neglect the first twinge of an acho or
pain that you might think la just a
"crick." Rub well with Ballard's
Snow Unlnient und no matter what
the irouilo Is, It will disappear at
Hold by L. O. Thompson & Co.
Mason Honor Washington.
Special to Dally Pannandle.
Fredericksburg, Va., Aug X. A
movement to secure funds for th
erertlon of a Masonic memorial tem
ple to George Washington hss been
slatted by the local lodge of Masonic.
The Father of His Country wis mad
a Mason by the Fredericksburg lodge
Are cheap at any pricebut
at the prices we are making
It is simply out of the ques
tion not to buy.
Railroad Time Table,
rrirsl and oVrartnre ei all trains to
Southern Kan
joi, arri?es -t 35 m
joj, departs......M.....- ; 4:45 P-ra
Pecos Valley & Northeastern.
sol departs p.
:oj, arrives.. .... 4;I5 P- m'
Plainvlew Branch
No. 3fl, departs -....2:30 p. m.
No. 398, arrives u:oi p. m.
Albuquerque Branch
No. 1 1 depart. 8:30 a. tn,
No. 12 arrives - 10.45 P- ni.
!tW3 'MftNAH'flt'3't
r er r suopesuiu Xjiep
jaJjtj put jjrjetus 'HI
Hoquf 'Xjauijjipur Xjjnj
Jaaqa op jsntn 9A
sn tjsijdiuoaae oj 'aauap
Ijuoa dn pjmq pue jams
p 01 jtinoii juejsuoa
jno q iprts jj 'jj ui pasod
-ai aDoapijuoa atjjj f; aAtrtj
In 1752.
The Bible used In the lodge when
Washington was given his degrees
and the records of tho lode, ,-Uned
by the greatest of Americans, at
still In existence. Masons t;ll oer
the country will be asked to 1 ou
trlbutj to the memory fund. .,
The electric railways of rennayl.
vanla are capitalized for more than
$f,00,000,n0ft, i ...
Two new wlreleas stations have
been established In Vancouver, Can
ada. 1 ',, v "
Disagreeable nt Home.
Lola of men and women who are
Itgreenbli' with others, got "cranky"
at home. Its not. disposition, lis the
liver. If you find In yourself thai
you feel cross around the hoiihc, lit
tle things worry you, Just buy a bot
tle of Ballard's Herblne and put. your
TTver In shape. You and everybody
around will feel better for It.
Price fiO rents per bottle.
Sold by L. O. Thonipnon & Co.
PfrtN dpi drill any
1r'h Cy 'rri or Ssrid
power. W a fhiilli-i
competition Sind tor
lt-o iiijvtrn1 circuit r.
Kellcy St Tineyhlll Co.
JO Chmtnut M. Witlnft, low
" ' - - T ni-n-J
and out of Amarillo, Tex. Central Tla
Chicago, Rock Island & dujf.
No. 41, West, arrivs 7:45 p try
No, 49, East, departa 9:30 a. ni
Ft. Worth & Denver City.
No. 1, m've ...
No. 1, departs..,
No. 7, arrives..
-11:35 P.'e
1:009. nt
No. 7, departs.
No, 2, arrives.,
No. 2, departa...
No, 8, arrives.....
No. 8, departa.
J :30a, m
2:40 a, n
45op m
5:05 p.m
svx3i '011mm
30U3HH00 JO
ma ivNOUVN

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